Houston radio personality Sarah Pepper to speak at VYPE Awards

Sarah Pepper is a morning radio host who has been working in the radio Industry since 2003 Vype

Sarah Pepper is a morning radio host who has been working in the radio Industry since February of 2003 and here in Houston since 2008.

Sarah Pepper will be an honored guest and special speaker at the inaugural VYPE Awards presented by Houston Methodist Orthopedics and Sports Medicine on Sunday at Warehouse Live.

Sarah has always been an athlete. Her dad put her on her first soccer team when she was three and since then has always been in love with the sport. Her mom was a single mom and so to keep the kids busy after school Sarah signed up for every sport her school offered, up until 8th grade but when she got to High School, she found her true love, running.

As a Semi-state cross country runner Sarah was known for her Pep talks before races. When she got to college she said good buy to sports but found running again after losing her brother in 2010. Since then she has become an ambassador the Houston Marathon and now serves as the in Stadium announcer for the Houston Dash.

“The game will change but if you love it, you’ll find a way to stay in it”.

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The Greinke is the hottest new sensation in fashion. Photos via: Houston Astros/Facebook

Emmy runway looks and Halloween costume planning aside, the Houston Astros have stolen the fashion show in Houston, thanks to a big play in honor of their teammate.

The team — arguably the tightest clubhouse in the Major Leagues — paid tribute to pitcher Zack Greinke by channeling him on the West Coast flight on September 19, which marked their final road trip of the regular season.

Photos via: Houston Astros/Facebook.

Greinke, who is in the final year of his contract, is known for his sporty looks — namely fishing. He often shows up to Minute Maid Park decked out in bucket hats, fishing company tees, and more (think Galveston deep-sea charter trip).

Star/ace pitcher Lance McCullers Jr. — always flawlessly on point style-wise — wins the Method acting award, not only donning fishing gear complete with a fishing pole, but also a Whole Foods paper grocery sack. (That's an homage to Greinke's tendency to bring a bag of groceries to the locker room.) Star shortstop Carlos Correa managed a beachy "hang loose" sign in his photo.

A team shot posted on Twitter reveals how far the team went to channel their inner Greinkes.

For his part, Greinke shared the love on Instagram, posting the team pic in front of the charter flight with the caption, "In my element."

Continue on CultureMap to learn more, or for more photos, head to the Astros Facebook page.

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