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base coach Brett Butler after signal mixup

With a man on first and the Marlins trailing Pittsburgh by two runs in the seventh, Christian Yelich received the hit and run sign from Butler at a time when wholesale nhl jerseys that strategy would be considered unwise.

Rather than look for a pitch to hit, Yelich followed instructions, went after the first pitch thrown to him in order to protect the runner and grounded weakly to second.

Yelich was livid and expressed his anger openly in the dugout afterward.

But the debate didn’t end there.

After the inning ended, Butler and Goff became engaged in a heated exchange, with Butler contending he was merely relaying the sign that was sent in from the dugout and Goff countering that no such sign was sent, sources said.

Butler was informed Tuesday morning of the decision to remove him as third base coach. Lenny Harris, the team’s assistant hitting coach, was named the new third base coach even though he has limited experience in that role.

Jennings characterized the decision as one aimed at moving Butler into the dugout, where his experience as a player and coach could be better utilized.

Asked if Monday night’s confusion over signs prompted the decision, Jennings replied: “I’m not going to talk about things that happen on the field. Those things are internal.”

Jennings also refused to confirm whether Redmond also had issues with Butler.

“You’ll have to speak with Red,” Jennings said. “I’m not going to answer for Red.”

MORSE ON DLThe Marlins placed slumping first baseman Michael Morse on the 15 day disabled list with a sprained right ring finger and sent him back to Miami to see a hand specialist.

“He battled through it, and [we] just felt like we needed to get him healthy so that he wasn’t feeling every swing, feeling the pain in it,” Jennings said.

Jennings said that Morse would eventually receive at bats cheap jerseys in minor league rehab games. The Marlins are trying to get Morse back on track at the plate. He is hitting just .211 and lost the starting job at first base to Justin Bour.

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Damages to Rural Mission – help from Presbyterian Relief Assistance team from Sacramento, CA

Posted by on Dec 22, 2016 in Rural Mission News | Comments Off on Damages to Rural Mission – help from Presbyterian Relief Assistance team from Sacramento, CA

After Hurricane Matthew hit the Lowcountry, there was a lot of damage to Rural Mission.





Water had gotten into the walls of our building, deeming it unusable until the damaged walls are replaced. Normally this would be a small issue, however, it’s the building where a lot of volunteers stay during their time working with Rural Mission. We are struggling to find alternative housing for these volunteers.

There were also branches and debris covering the lawn, making it difficult to walk around.


Thankfully, the Presbyterian Relief Assistance team from Sacramento, California was in town working on another project and decided to graciously donate their time to help Rural Mission.


“Reverend Alonzo Washington Jr., a retired Presbyterian pastor who is originally from Edisto Island and currently lives in Sumter, directed the group to Rural Mission,” said Linda Gadson, president of Rural Mission. “He has served churches in the Sea Islands and has been very supportive of Rural Mission in the past. He knew that we needed — and still need — help.”


The team helped clear branches and debris off the lawn, and prepped the water-damaged walls of the Rural Mission building for new siding. They even helped with the flooring of Rural Mission’s new chapel.

Rural Mission is extremely grateful for the time the Presbyterian Relief Assistance team donated to help repair some of the damage Hurricane Matthew caused!

Rural Mission Prayer Chapel Expanded with Help from Youth Group

Posted by on Aug 19, 2016 in Rural Mission News | Comments Off on Rural Mission Prayer Chapel Expanded with Help from Youth Group

The Lord is good! Our little prayer chapel is being expanded with help from a youth group from Covenant Church in Greenville, NC, led by Youth Pastor Rev. Bob Wynn. We look at this as a project from heaven. The building was a storage shed for over 30 years!





Bethel UMC Shares Their Love for Rural Mission

Posted by on Aug 1, 2016 in Rural Mission News | Comments Off on Bethel UMC Shares Their Love for Rural Mission

Earlier this summer, the South Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Women was at Rural Mission doing some service work. We welcomed Bethel UMC today as they gave their love to Rural Mission.  Thank you Will and Joyce Felts; Ellen and Tommy Davis; Ann Rustin; Mary Frances Lundy and Ken Bolin.  Here are some pictures from their labor of love.

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Seafood Jamboree at Rural Mission

Posted by on Jun 1, 2016 in Rural Mission News | Comments Off on Seafood Jamboree at Rural Mission

Volunteers from Heathwood Hall Episcopal School, an independent coeducational college preparatory school in Columbia, South Carolina, joined us in May. They have been coming to Rural Mission prior to their graduation for more than 25 years and have always done such a great job for us!

We also had a group of adults from First UMC, Morristown, TN. They have also done a magnificent job with the projects they have worked on for us.

These two groups enjoyed a Seafood Jamboree at Rural Mission on their last evening here. Pictures of Heathwood Hall Episcopal School, Columbia, SC and First UMC, Morristown, TN at the Seafood Jamboree are shared below.

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Lowcountry Giving Day 2016

Posted by on Apr 26, 2016 in Rural Mission News | Comments Off on Lowcountry Giving Day 2016

Dear Friends,

Hallelujah and Praise the Lord! My prayer always is that God is doing some very special things with you and your family.

We appreciate all you have shared with us during the years. We are asking you to help us continue to provide needed human services to God’s children.

LGD_logoThe Low Country Day of Giving is upon us again, this year, it is Tuesday, May 3, 2016.  There are so many families who are currently living in some very depressing conditions as a result of their battered homes. The storm and flood which we had in October did not help at all….it made it worst.

We are focusing on helping these families with our blessed volunteers to provide the labor. We need you to send us your best love gift for much needed building materials and funds for crisis assistance (i.e. utilities, rent medication).

Once again, you are welcome to come and see firsthand these conditions which families endure daily.



Donate at this link: to give by mobile or to give online search for our organization (type the word Rural). Any questions, please contact us at 843-768-1720 or email us at  Cash or check payments should be sent directly to Rural Mission, Inc.


Thanking You in Advance for Your Support,

Linda D. Gadson


Sea Island Luncheon 2016

Posted by on Feb 18, 2016 in Rural Mission News | Comments Off on Sea Island Luncheon 2016

Enjoy our photos from the Sea Island Interagency Luncheon held on January 29, 2016.

Wading in the Water at Rural Mission

Posted by on Oct 27, 2015 in Rural Mission News | Comments Off on Wading in the Water at Rural Mission

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Danny Howe in his kayak

Richard (Poppa) Porter on the Pier

Richard (Poppa) Porter on the Pier












Front yard of Rural Mission

Front yard of Rural Mission








Backyard of Rural Missions

Backyard of Rural Missions

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Side of building

Water in bunk room on pier

Water in bunk room on pier



We Wouldn’t Be Where We Are Today Without Our Volunteers

Posted by on Sep 28, 2015 in Rural Mission News | Comments Off on We Wouldn’t Be Where We Are Today Without Our Volunteers

We are thankful for the variety of volunteers that come each year to help the people of the Sea Islands and the Lowcountry. Our ‘family’ of 36 adult senior volunteers form Indiana are continuing 30 years of doing work of the Father for families in need of help. We are so grateful for them and appreciate their hard work after the tornado hit Johns Island. We offer our prayers and thanks for all that they do. God bless each one of them.

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Thank You! Lowcountry Giving Day Recap

Posted by on May 13, 2015 in Rural Mission News | Comments Off on Thank You! Lowcountry Giving Day Recap

d-o-g4We would like to give thanks to everyone who participated in Lowcountry Giving Day and for those who supported Rural Mission! On May 5, you helped us raise $18,840 which is incredible!

When it comes to our mission, we want to continue helping the people of the Sea Islands and the Lowcountry for many years to come. As you can see in these pictures, we have made positive impacts in many people’s lives which is d-o-g2what we strive to do each and every day.

Thank you again to everyone who donated! We could not have done it without you.








Lowcountry Giving Day Prayer/Praise Celebration

Posted by on May 5, 2015 in Rural Mission News | Comments Off on Lowcountry Giving Day Prayer/Praise Celebration

As we celebrate Lowcountry Giving Day today, we hope you are able to join us for a Prayer/Praise Celebration at Rural Mission today! Celebrate with the nonprofit who has been serving the Sea Islands since 1969.

When: Tuesday, May 5 from 12 – 6 p.m.

Where: 3429 Camp Care Road, Johns Island, SC 29455

To donate towards our mission, please visit Thank you for your support and we hope to see you at our Prayer/Praise Celebration!