Retired Halladay Returns To Spring Training

Jeter begins final Spring Training of career

But since his family home is only a short drive from Clearwater, he's happy to help his former team, too. ''Anything they want to talk about,'' Halladay said. ''We've talked mechanics, mental stuff, pitch selection. We've really kind of covered the gambit. I enjoy talking pitching and talking baseball. If you would like to read more, please visit

Expand Career Training in Ohio

One might say Kasich's proposal is an idea that's time has come - and gone - several times. Many people can remember periods during which high schools were full of programs for aspiring nurses, welders, farmers, etc. - followed by years during which vocational departments were downplayed. That is a shame. Vocational education - handled intelligently - ought to be an integral part of the public school system. If you would like to read more, please visit

5 Hot Spots for Free Career Training

Next time you're near a local community college or university, keep your eyes peeled for lectures and seminars that can help shine up your job skills. As a leading example, Pace University has presented a series of free career training seminars that were open to the public, called "Managing Your Career in a Down Economy" with the follow-up session "Learning Lab for Job Preparedness in the New Economy." According to Jody Queen-Hubert, executive director of Co-op and Career Services at Pace, learning institutions want to be seen as responsive resources that are relevant, on top of current trends and able to be resourceful to the community. Offering lectures, career support and job information are common ways they'll do this. "People absolutely should be looking to their colleges and universities to see what they can tap into for career services and training," says Queen-Hubert, "We are not an ivory tower." 3. Career Training Podcasts, Webinars and Blogs. If you would like to read more, please visit

"I remember going up to bat," he said, "looking around, trying to appreciate it, and (Jim) Miller hit me on wrist. So I decided I wasn't going to do that anymore, that I was going to focus on what I needed to do. But I'm sure I'll take it in at some point. I can't tell you when." Jeter also received an ovation on the first day last year when he took the field for the first time since breaking his left ankle in the AL championship opener, but he didn't participate in agility exercises or running. On Thursday he was a full participant. If you would like to read more, please visit