Thursday, January 16, 2014

The Sports Girls Present Charlie Batch, Cliff Floyd, and Everette Pearsall on The Inside Score

Charlie Batch and The Best Of The Batch Foundation

Cliff Floyd 

Everette Pearsall 

WOW.  What a line up we have for this week on The Inside Score.   Have you listened to our iTunes Podcast yet?  Tell us which episode was your favorite so far and you could be a guest on our show LIVE!

The Sports Girls LLC Present “The Inside Score” week 5 with 15 year NFL Veteran & Super Bowl champion Charlie Batch, MLB All Star & current co-host on Sirius XM MLB Radio Cliff Floyd, and NAAAA founder Everette Pearsall.  Everette is the Executive Director of the National Alliance of African American athletes is and member of the Board of Directors for the NAAAA. He is a primary presenter of the premier award in the nation for African American male high school scholar athletes, the “Watkins Award”.   Charlie played college ball at Eastern Michigan University, setting numerous school and MAC conference records. Cliff a former 17 year MLB all star currently has an astronomical broadcasting career.  Our show The Inside Score brings you the inside information that these elite athletes are giving back to America today.  We are still looking for our final sports girl.  Listen Live or go to to find out how you can get involved.  Limited sponsorship available. 

  Charlie Batch
Charlie Batch is a former American NFL quarterback. He was drafted by the Detroit Lions in the second round of the 1998 NFL Draft and played 15 seasons in the NFL. Batch spent the first four seasons of his professional career as the Lions starting quarterback. Charlie returned to his hometown as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2002, and spent eleven seasons with the team, including Super Bowl XL and XLIII championships. Charlie is the Founder of the Best of the Batch Foundation. The foundation provides financially challenged youth and their families with the purpose, desire, and resources to give their best efforts in all they do throughout their lives.  By developing after school programs, scholarships for students, restoring playgrounds, and offering sports and leisure activities, the foundation shows their commitment to the success of all the youth and their families.

 Cliff Floyd
Cornelius Clifford Floyd, Jr. is a former Major League Baseball outfielder and designated hitter, and is also currently a co-host on Sirius XM Radio.  Floyd made his major league debut in 1993, playing in 10 games with the Expos. In 1997, Floyd was traded from the Expos to the Florida Marlins for Dustin Hermanson and Joe Orsulak. In 1998, Floyd earned a starting position in the Marlins' outfield. In 2000, in 420 at-bats, he hit .300 with 22 home runs and 91 RBI. Floyd lives in Florida with his longtime companion Maryanne Manning, the couple's two children, his mother, and the two children of his sister Shanta. Shanta died in 2006 after a long battle with cancer.  Cliff Floyd, former All-Star, 17 year major league veteran, recently signed with MLB Network. He also hosts pre-and postgame shows on Fox Sports Florida and can be heard on his XM Radio fantasy baseball program.  But he is still finding time to help good causes in the community, just as he did throughout his playing career.

Everette Pearsall
National Alliance of African American athletes.  Executive Director, J. Everette Pearsall possesses a unique blend of success in the business sector and community based not for profit organizations. Everette has dedicated his life to making a difference in the lives of African American Youths. He feels that if he makes a difference in just one person's life, he has done his job. He has done so much more than that. He has inspired other men and women to join his cause in making a difference in the lives of our youth. Most importantly he has certainly made a difference in the lives of many of our African American Youths through his untiring efforts and never ending work with the programs for our youth. He is the founder of the National Alliance of African American Athletes program, and one of presenters of the premier award in the nation for African American Male High School Scholar Athletes for the past 23 years the "Watkins Award".

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