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  • FIFA Referee Mark Geiger
    by Referee on June 19, 2018 at 7:18 pm

    By his own proud admission, the man is a nerd. Conjure images of that wisp of a kid you remember from high school who had a pocket protector, wore black socks to gym class and aced so many tests that you desperately maneuvered to sit within eye-stretching distance of him and you’ll veer in the […] The post FIFA Referee Mark Geiger appeared first on […]

  • 2018 Minor League Baseball Rosters
    by Referee on June 18, 2018 at 7:41 pm

    Triple A International League Ryan Additon Davie, Fla. Erich Bacchus Germantown, Md. John Bacon Sherrodsville, Ohio Sean Barber Lakeland, Fla. Adam Beck Winter Springs, Fla. Blake Carnahan Crystal River, Fla. Ryan Clark McDonough, Ga. Scott Costello Barrie, Ontario Reid Gibbs Glendale, Ariz. Eric Gillam Roscoe, Ill. Travis Godec Roanoke, Va. Christopher Graham Newmarket, Ontario Nic […] The post 2018 Minor League Baseball Rosters appeared first on […]

  • Keep Expenses Simple or Be Sorry
    by Referee on June 15, 2018 at 11:00 am

    “KISS” is an acronym for the design principle, Keep It Simple, Stupid! When talking about your officiating taxes, it should be “Keep Expenses Simple.” The KISS principle states that most systems work best if they are kept simple rather than made complex, therefore simplicity should be a key goal in design and unnecessary complexity should be avoided. The acronym was first coined by […] The post Keep Expenses Simple or Be Sorry appeared first on […]

  • How to Be Consistently Right
    by Referee on June 15, 2018 at 10:00 am

    Should being consistent be a goal for all officials? The answer is no. Being consistently right is what our goal should be. We always hear from coaches that all they want is for officials to be consistent. What they really mean is that they want them to be consistent in their favor. Hopefully, what they really want is for officials to make the […] The post How to Be Consistently Right appeared first on […]