Milford ready to ‘pull trigger’ for Broncos at NRL Nines

first_imgRugby League The Broncos have high expectations that Anthony Milford is ready to “pull the trigger” at the NRL Nines in combination with new halves partner Brodie Croft as they set their sights on winning the title in Perth. Milford (pictured) trained with the Broncos squad yesterday and looked sharp as he targets a return to the form that led the Broncos to the 2015 grand final. Broncos assistant coach Kurt Richards will take charge of the team in Perth and he said the format of the Nines, combined with his new role, had Milford ready to unleash. “He is certainly the fittest he has been at the club but he will obviously be judged on what he does out on the park,” Richards said. “I am pretty excited to see that combination blossom between him and Crofty. “There’s plenty to expect from Anthony and being with someone like Brodie Croft will suit him well. “Anthony isn’t one to game manage a team and get them around the park and focus on his sets on the last play. He has Crofty who can do that job and he can sit back and keep his eyes on the opposition and pull the trigger when he needs to.” Milford last played a full pre-season at five-eighth in 2018 which was a year his kicking game went ahead in leaps and bounds. That season Richards worked closely with Milford at the Brisbane Lions indoor training facility in extra sessions which fine-tuned his accuracy. Last season Milford also played fullback but back in the playmaking role this year he has upped the ante with his kicking. “My role with him is working on his kicking game and I have noticed a big change in him. He has put a lot of time and effort into it like he did back in 2018 and I think he will reap the rewards at the back end of the season,” Richards said. “He has put the same, if not more, effort into it. We have Crofty there as well who is a natural kicker of the ball as well so I am pretty excited about it.” Club legend Corey Parker has come out of retirement to play for the Broncos and Richards said his game sense had already made an impact at training. Fans will see a more streamlined version of Parker than when he last played with the 37-year-old weighing in at 94kg, eight kilos less than his former playing weight. “Cozza trained with the team yesterday and he was quite good, he directed the young middles around the park and he was a real asset to us,” Richards said. “He’s pretty keen to get over there and give the Nines a crack. He’s still in good shape.” All confirmed NRL Nines squads The Broncos will play the Cowboys and the Storm in the pool stages at the Nines and have named a team brimming with speed and explosiveness. – nrllast_img read more

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Danns makes Golden Jaguars return for Barbados clash on Thursday

first_img… Ronayne Marsh-Brown lone debutant in 23-man squadNEIL Danns, the former Leicester City and Crystal Palace midfield maestro, will be making a return to the ‘Golden Jaguars’, after being named in head coach Michael Johnson’s 23-man squad for Guyana’s September 6 encounter against Barbados, at the Leonora Track and Field Centre, for their opening game of the CONCACAF Nation’s League. Having first played for Guyana in 2015, Danns has featured four times for the country’s senior men’s national team, finding the back of the net three times, including twice against St Vincent and the Grenadines in Guyana’s heartbreaking and controversial home game result in the last World Cup Qualifiers.He’s considered a clinical and important piece to Johnson’s midfield, as the former Jamaican International and Guyana’s national team coach attempts to make history by seeing the Golden Jaguars to their first CONCACAF Gold Cup berth.Johnson, in an invited comment, said the squad is “strong and competitive”, adding, “We have a positive blend of Guyana and international-based players in the squad but they all understand they have to earn the right to wear the badge.”Danns will have debutant Ronayne Marsh-Brown, an England-based solid left-side defensive option as his teammate; the older brother of Keanu and Ky Marsh-Brown.  Ronayne Marsh-Brown has played a season professionally for RKC Waalwijk in Holland under former Tottenham Hotspurs coach Martin Jol.Kai McKenzie-Lyle, the 20-year-old Barnet FC goalkeeper who, according to reports, was on coach Jurgen Klopp’s radar for a move to Liverpool, will also be making his return to the Golden Jaguars lineup.Defenders Terence Vancooten, Samuel Cox and Jake Newton are the ‘UK bunch’ included in the team, while the other overseas-based players named are Brandon Beresford (Portugal), Andrew Murray (Trinidad), Sheldon Holder (Trinidad), Trayon Bobb (Portugal) and Jelani Smith (Canada).Jason Cromwell (Buxton United), Akel Clarke (Western Tigers), Kevin Layne (NA United), Kevin Dundas (Den Amstel), Kester Jacobs (Den Amstel), Delwin Fraser (GDF), Vurlon Mills (Western Tigers), Daniel Wilson (Western Tigers), Delon Lanferman (Den Amstel), Kelsey Benjamin (Western Tigers) and Pernell Schultz (Western Tigers) are the other players named in the squad.Johnson also announced a standby list of players: Sese Norville (Milerock FC), Cecil Jackman (Fruta Conquerors), Rashaun Ritch (Fruta Conquerors), Kurtez Kellman (Western Tigers), Ryan Hackett (Fruta Conquerors), Domini Garnett (Fruta Conquerors) and Delroy Fraser (GDF).Ian Greenwood, the GFF’s Technical Director, explained that the standby list was chosen after the recently-concluded preparatory ‘Train and Play’ camp in Brazil, which he said enabled the technical staff to assess the players in the pool through a variety of exercises including fitness.“While it was a competitive process to shortlist the 23-man squad, it was felt that these players had enough of what is required to wear the badge at the highest level of football in Guyana and therefore, are being called to be available in the event of injury or any unforeseen circumstances,” Greenwood noted.According to the GFF, the Golden Jaguars’ international-based players and the technical squad are scheduled to arrive today, while Barbados team is scheduled to arrive on Tuesday.Early-bird tickets for the Thursday’s event are available at the GFF Secretariat for $1 000. Tickets will also be sold at the gate.Guyana have been matched against Barbados, Turks and Caicos Islands, French Guiana and Belize and will host Barbados and Belize in September 2018 and March 2019 respectively while Turks and Caicos Islands and French Guiana will host Guyana in October and November 2018.With matches being played on the FIFA dates between September 2018 and March 2019, Guyana, after their clash with Barbados on September 6, will then travel to Turks and Caicos for a meeting between the two countries on October 13, followed by an encounter against French Guiana on November 20, before hosting Belize in March, 2019.last_img read more

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1. Bundesliga – Sports Director Borussie Dortmund: It is decided Jadon…

first_img© express.co.uk – Jadon Sancho Yesterday 19:07 – Manchester United’s transfer goal Jadon Sancho will remain at least for next season in Borussia Dortmund, insists Michael Bundorliga sports director Michael Zorc. Both clubs negotiated the transfer of the English national team, but did not find common ground as to the price of the player. The English national team, valued by the club at £ 108 million, traveled with the rest of the team to a training camp in Switzerland, and according to Zorco, it is decided that Sancho will remain on the team for next season.Dortmund has previously indicated that he wants to reach an agreement by the start of the training camp to be able to bring in a replacement for Sancho by the start of the season, but this has not happened and, according to Zorco, trade has definitely fallen apart.“We plan to have Jadona Sanch on the team during this season, our decision is final,” Zorc announced today. “I think that answers all your questions.”“Last summer, we adjusted Jadon’s salary to match his performance. In this context, we have extended his contract until 2023. “Jadon Sancho traveled with Dortmund for a training camp. (source: skysports.com)Sancho was photographed at a party in the UK over the weekend, which sparked speculation about his future, but Dortmund has no problem with that.“It’s normal and okay for players to go home before concentrating, unless they’re taking too many risks. The same goes for Jadon. From our point of view, the photos do not violate any regulations. “An unsolvable problem in negotiations occurred at the price of the player. While Football Observatory estimates the Sanch price at £ 162 million, transfermarkt.co.uk, for example, estimates it at £ 105 million.The German club was to claim 120 million euros (108 million pounds), which the management of Manchester United seemed unrealistic in the current conditions.Another stumbling block was the wage demands of the player himself. The English club was reportedly unwilling to disrupt its wage structure after the unsuccessful transfer of Alexis Sánchez and Sanch, he did not agree on the terms of the contract.Where now?More information about Manchester United can be found here.Vít Sedlák / SkySports.com, FotbalPortal.czlast_img read more

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Player remains ‘Achilles heel’ for Manchester City – Club need ‘indispensable…

first_imgCalciomercato have decided to take a look at these reports and have ‘confirmed’ the rumours of the Premier League winners chasing the 24-year-old.It’s claimed the Slovakia international ‘remains an Achilles heel’ for the Etihad club as Pep Guardiola looks to bolster his centre-back position for next season.The former Bayern Munich manager has identified the Nerazzurri defender as the player will ‘revolutionise’ the heart of the back four.City’s interest in the player is not new as they have been chasing Škriniar since 2018 and the report adds their interest could materialise into an approach at the end of the season.Embed from Getty ImagesŠkriniar is one of the key pillars of Inter’s project and Antonio Conte’s side will only consider his sale if they receive an ‘indispensable offer’.Inter value their player at no less than €70-80m and if they receive such an offer, the San Siro club could be convinced to look for Škriniar’s alternatives.Calciomercato end their report by stating City ‘does not worry Inter: the position on Skriniar is already clear in view of next summer’.The situation could change if City decide to meet Inter’s demands for Škriniar.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Strategy Game is AddictiveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoSmart Tech TrendOver 55? You Have to Try Those Revolutionary Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoCNN with DBS BankThe New Role Banks Are PlayingCNN with DBS BankUndoHero WarsGetting this Treasure is impossible! Prove us wrong!Hero WarsUndoLoans | Search AdsNeed a loan? Search hereLoans | Search AdsUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉(今晚試試)Keto减肥UndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndo Over the past couple of days, there have been rumours of Manchester City’s interest in Inter Milan star Milan Škriniar.last_img read more

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Athlete Ryan Robinson speaks about racism in heartfelt post, recalls ‘hurting people’

first_imgRyan Robinson wrote, “All of the sudden, we’ve all been faced with time stopping events that are overflowing with fear, uncertainty, and a responsibility to make changes. I’ve wanted to speak up, speak out, scream, run, but every step felt like it would end in a terrifying failure.”  First Published: 11th June, 2020 16:15 IST COMMENT In a heartfelt post, a professional highliner, adventure athlete, and a World record holder Ryan Robinson opened up about making racist comments in the past and evaluated them with the recent turn of events in the United States by recalling his “fear”. Elaborating his experience on the “highest and scariest” highline at the time by sharing a ‘point of view’ video of the crossing, Robinson confesses that he has been feeling the same these days. While the US is gripped with Black Lives Matter protests across the nation with people uniting and flooding the streets to demand justice and action against racial discrimination, the adventure athlete said that the world reminds him of a specific moment in Tasmania. Before starting to cross the highline on a rope, Robinson had gone to a spot in Tasmania where he could see the highline and let his thoughts flow, “one at a time”. He explains that the people across the globe are currently facing events that are “overflowing with fear, uncertainty” and also “responsibility to make changes”. Robinson said that even though the current turn of events has been overwhelming and for a long time he wanted to speak up about the issues. However, in a bid to ready himself to voice his opinion, the adventure athlete said he used the same technique he used while preparing for a highline, that is, “I closed my mouth, took a step back, opened my ears and opened my heart. I became a quiet observer and surrendered my stage.”. LIVE TV Written By Aanchal Nigam Last Updated: 11th June, 2020 16:15 IST Athlete Ryan Robinson Speaks About Racism In Heartfelt Post, Recalls ‘hurting People’ In a heartfelt post, a professional highliner, adventure athlete, and a World record holder Ryan Robinson opened up about making racist comments in the past. SUBSCRIBE TO UScenter_img “I’ve sat with the heavy realization of what black people have experienced/are experiencing. I watched as violence unfolded and emotions overflowed. But I’ve also watched the beginning of incredible changes start to occur,” he added. Robinson wrote, “ In so doing I saw my life, our lives. I saw times when I have perpetuated discrimination and racism. I remembered things I’ve said and done that hurt people and effected their lives.”  Read – George Floyd Death: Indiaspora Condemns Racism, Says Will Strive For Just AmericaRead – Racism Definition To Be Updated By Merriam-Webster Dictionary On A Woman’s Request Read – Leonardo DiCaprio Believes Racism Is ‘inextricably Linked’ To Climate CrisisRead – Top Adviser To Trump: ‘I Don’t Believe There’s Systemic Racism’Robinson recalls ‘hurting people’In the wake of George Floyd’s murder, who also became the latest face of racial discrimination in the US, Robinson recalled that there were times when he “perpetuated discrimination and racism”. Moreover, the adventure athlete shred that he can remember the instances when either his words or actions “hurt people”. Only upon reflecting on his entire life did he come to “heavy realisation” about the agony of the black community both in the past and the present. Even though the violence prevailing during the demonstrations have caused the emotions to ‘overflow’, Robinson said that the “incredible” changes have started to happen. In the same light of realisation, he has offered his help to people and thanked the pens who shared knowledge and information with him. Moreover, acknowledging the mistakes in the past, Robinson concluded his post by saying, “although we will all still fall, it takes falling to walk, and it takes walking to run.” The entire post by the professional athlete has been deemed “incredible” by his followers on Instagram. WATCH US LIVE “Everything felt off when I tried, everything was telling me to trust the technique I use when I highline, so I did. I closed my mouth, took a step back, opened my ears and opened my heart. I became a quiet observer and surrendered my stage,” he added. FOLLOW USlast_img read more

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As if! ‘Clueless’ announces special pop up store ahead of 25th anniversary

first_imgAlicia Silversone in “Clueless”/CBS via Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) — Clueless turns 25 this year and what’s a better way to celebrate than with a pop-up. The experience, dubbed “As If,” will bring the 1995 comedy classic starring Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash, the late Brittany Murphy, and Paul Rudd to life for fans…but only for a limited time. It opens up in Los Angeles on March 31 and will run until May 8.Paramount Pictures teamed up with the same creators responsible for other popular pop-up eateries like Saved by the Max, Good Burger, The Peach Pit and The Breaking Bad Experience, to bring fans the experience dubbed “As If,” so in other words, it’s bound to be an epic experience. Tickets to the pop-up will set fans back $35 and includes a main and side dish and 90-minute entry window, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The outlet also reports that there will be “Cher-able” snacks by Secret Lasagna founder and chef Royce Burke, plus Los Angeles-inspired cocktails, desserts and other dishes. Clueless merchandise will also be available for purchase.“We are like ‘totally butt crazy in love’ with the chance to bring the world of Clueless to life,’ said Derek Berry, one of the concept’s partners, in a statement. “It’s truly one of those films that has stood the test of time and cult fandom. With the anniversary quickly approaching there was no better team than ours to honor this beloved teen classic and bring Cher’s world to life. To miss out would have just been way harsh.”Tickets are set to go on sale March 6.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

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Teen’s accusation of rape against high school football star divides Alabama town

first_img Related Good Morning America(SPANISH FORT, Ala.) — When Savannah woke up on the morning of Oct. 25, 2015, she said she didn’t remember much of what happened the night before.“My face was sunken in. I had bruise hickeys all down my neck. I just started crying, because I just felt so disgusted with myself,” Savannah, 17, told ABC News’ 20/20.Savannah, then 16, said she was disgusted because her Saturday night had been filled with beer, liquor and shots of Fireball Cinnamon Whisky.“I felt like I was that drunk girl at the party, and I knew everyone was going to talk about it,”  Savannah said.That night, Savannah, her friends and dozens of other students from Spanish Fort High School in Spanish Fort, Alabama, had attended an 18th-birthday party for one of the Spanish Fort seniors. Savannah, a junior, was the new girl in class, having transferred to the school just a year earlier.Her parents, who were away for the weekend in New York City celebrating their wedding anniversary, almost didn’t give her permission to attend the party.“For some reason I wanted her to stay home,” her mother, Emily, told 20/20, though she eventually relented.Savannah and her friend went to the house of Cameron Harrison, the running back for Spanish Fort High School’s football team, before the party.“I knew of him. We had math together, but I had never hung out with him or anything,” Savannah said.The teens then headed to the birthday boy’s house, where Savannah estimated as many as 40 students gathered for the party. The 58-year-old grandmother of the birthday celebrant was home, but she was watching TV upstairs in her bedroom, emerging on occasion.The teens drank whiskey, beer, wine coolers and other alcohol they had brought to the party, according to court documents and interviews given to 20/20. Savannah said she drank a large quantity of alcohol within a short amount of time.“I had been to parties. I had drank, and I had been around alcohol but not to this level. … I was just stupid. I wasn’t thinking of the consequences it would have on my body to do that,” she said.Savannah said she remembered feeling dizzy, but not much else.“The last thing that I remember is standing in the kitchen with everybody singing, ‘Happy Birthday,’ ” she said. “It’s like I wasn’t even in my body. It’s like my head was telling me, like, something’s not right. But I feel myself kind of fading out from having control of myself.”Savannah’s close friend, who asked that 20/20 call her “Jessica,” said it was visibly evident to her that Savannah had too much to drink.“All of a sudden, I see someone carrying her up the stairs. It was probably four people that were carrying her up the stairs, like she was a doll, basically. They just each had like a limb. And I was, like, ‘What the heck? When did this happen?’ ” Jessica told 20/20.Savannah’s friend, Taylor, who was one of the teens who helped carry Savannah, said they thought it was funny and that they did it so Savannah could lie in bed and sleep it off.“It’s like I could hear things going on, but it’s like my eyes were shut. … But I could just hear everything. I just didn’t feel with it at all,” Savannah said of being carried.Cameron’s friend, Aly, was also at the party. She said Savannah appeared to be aware of what was happening. “She was laughing, and she was fine.” Haley, another friend of Cameron’s, said, “She was, like, ‘No, I want to go back downstairs.’ ”But Jessica said Savannah was barely coherent when she went upstairs.“She was just like laid out on the bed with her eyes closed,” Jessica said. “She wasn’t fully conscious, but she wasn’t fully unconscious at that point.”Jessica said she left Savannah in the upstairs bedroom to nap, but when she returned to check on her about 15 minutes later, she said the door was locked.Jessica got another boy to try to open the door. When the door eventually opened, Jessica said she saw Cameron naked.“I was like, ‘Oh my gosh. What just happened?’ Savannah, like, half her body’s on the bed with her arms back and then half her body’s draped off the bed,” Jessica said. “I started yelling at Cameron. I was, like, ‘What are you doing? She’s obviously not OK right now.”Jessica continued, “He was, like, ‘She wanted me to.’ ”Savannah was completely out of it, Jessica said, and couldn’t even move. “She said, ‘Just leave me here.’ I was mad because she said that, so that’s when I left,” Jessica said.Another 10 to 15 minutes later, Jessica said she saw Savannah disheveled, wearing no bra and with her clothes on inside-out and backward.“She was slumped over the toilet throwing up, and she — oh gosh — she threw up so much. Like, it was at least 20 times that night. She just kept throwing up everywhere,” said Jessica.Savannah says she has no recollection of any of these events.The next day, Savannah learned from Jessica what she said happened.“She said, you know, you and Cameron had sex, but you were really messed up. And I said, ‘You know, I don’t remember that,’ ” Savannah said.Savannah made her friend promise not to mention it again and to pretend like it never happened. Initially, Savannah said, she didn’t feel like what happened with Cameron was rape.“I was still kind of new, and he was who he was, so I knew that it’d be pointless to try and say something,” Savannah said of Cameron. “I just felt like he took advantage of me.”And she sent him a Snapchat message saying just that: “U didn’t rape me. I mean u took advantage of me but I forgive you and I know you were drunk [sic].”Soon, rumors about what happened circulated throughout the school.Savannah said she awkwardly ran into Cameron in the hallway, but they didn’t really speak to each other.Later, during design class, Savannah, Taylor and their other friends discussed whether what happened to Savannah was rape.Savannah said she thought a sexual act had to be “brutal” or “very violent” before it could be considered rape. The girls told Savannah she was wrong, and they then searched for the definition of rape on Google in class. Unbeknownst to them, their teacher overheard and Savannah was sent to the guidance counselor.“They were like, ‘You know, we’ve heard about this party Saturday night. You want to talk about it?’ And I kind of just broke down, said I felt like I had been, you know, taken advantage of,” Savannah said.Savannah’s mother was called to the school, and then her father learned about what happened.“I don’t care what she was wearing. I don’t care how much she drank. I don’t care if she was doing drugs. It doesn’t matter,” her father, Joe, said. “Nobody has a right to take something that’s not theirs.”Cameron, who heard the rumors, went to Savannah’s father on advice from a teacher to apologize and, according to her father, told him the sex with Savannah was consensual.Joe said Cameron told him he only engaged in sexual activity with Savannah for “five minutes.” “I told him to get the f— off my property,” Joe said. Cameron has denied making that statement, according to Alicia McWhorter, a private investigator hired by Cameron’s mother.A week after the party, Cameron was arrested for first-degree rape. He was released on bond, suspended from the football team and forced to take his classes online. He later pleaded “not guilty” to the charge on July 8, 2016.Savannah stayed at school for six more months before the family decided to sell their home and move out of Spanish Fort. She turned to blogging online about her battle and what she alleges was done to her.“It helps. I feel strong that I can put that out there. I wanted to have a voice. I wanted people to see that I’m just a normal teenage girl who’s living just a teenage life,” Savannah said.In April 2017, Cameron took a plea deal under the “youthful offender” status. The proceeding is allowed to be treated similarly to a juvenile proceeding, and nothing about the case is public. The case was settled in secret, with all the terms and conditions sealed.Cameron and his family wanted to speak to 20/20 about the case on camera, but the terms of his plea agreement prohibit him from commenting further. Savannah’s interview with 20/20 occurred prior to the plea deal.Savannah said she forgives Cameron and that she went public with her story in hope of inspiring other young women who may have been sexually assaulted.“I used to think that I was weak, dramatic, too emotional, couldn’t handle anything. And then, going through this, I’ve realized how strong I really am and that I underestimated myself the whole time,” Savannah said.Watch the full story on ABC News’ 20/20 on Friday at 10 p.m. ET.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMaticolast_img read more

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Watchalong 2: 2013 AHL Outdoor Classic

first_imgPlease follow and like us: Richard returns with the sequel that everyone wanted Watchalong 2 Chocolate Boogaloo.  We covered the 2013 AHL Outdoor Classic between Hershey and Wiles Barre.  Hershey’s 1st outdoor game at Hersheypark Stadium where 14,000 gathered to witness history.  We relive that chilling game during this lockdown, so queue up this classic and let’s watch together! last_img

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Astros ready for battle against Rays with Gerrit Cole in ALDS Game 5

first_img Three takeaways from Rays’ Game 4 victory against Astros “They’ve played calm, cool and collected,” Cole said, via MLB.com. “We know they’re a good team. We’ve known for a long time. To win that many games in the American League East, without Blake Snell for most of the year, without Tyler Glasnow for most of the year, maybe a couple other guys, is really impressive and now they’re here at full strength. So it’s been a good battle so far, and it will continue on (Thursday).”The Astros won the first two games of the series on two splendid pitching performances from Cole and Justin Verlander. In Cole’s start, the righty struck out 15 batters while allowing zero runs in 7 2/3 innings of work. A performance like that is bound to instill confidence going into the deciding game of the series. Related News Astros’ Justin Verlander blames rough Game 4 outing on ‘bad slider,’ not short rest In Game 4, the Rays got a victory by pitching no one more than 2 1/3 innings. Houston struggled this season when opponents went with bullpen games and Tampa Bay may very well decide to do something similar in Game 5, possibly using Snell and Charlie Morton in relief in what could be the final game of its season.But the Astros still have Cole. The man who went 20-5 with a 2.50 ERA with 326 strikeouts in 212 1/3 innings this season. He is 17-0 with a 1.69 ERA in his last 23 starts (including postseason). Houston knows the Rays will absolutely challenge it, but those numbers give the team at least a little bit of peace.“I love that we’re here,” manager AJ Hinch said. “And the way we got here is nerve-wracking just because you don’t want to get to a Game 5. We fought all year to have a better record and to win our division to get this particular game at home. And they’ve got to come into our house and beat us again. With Cole on the mound, I don’t know who could be more confident than us.” Three takeaways from Astros’ nerve-wracking ALDS Game 2 win over Rays “He’s an ace,” Astros third baseman Alex Bregman said. “We look forward to it. It’s going to be a lot of fun. We’re going to be fired up and looking to play as well as we can behind him.”The Rays will counter with Glasnow in Game 5 who allowed two runs in 4 1/3 innings of work in Game 1 on Friday. He tossed four shutout innings before allowing a two-run homer to Jose Altuve in the bottom of the fifth which got the Astros going. Gerrit Cole is about as good of a trump card as a team can have in the 2019 MLB playoffs, and the Astros have it.But Houston isn’t going into the winner-take-all Game 5 taking the Rays lightly, even with the Cy Young contender on the mound. They are confident, but they know Tampa Bay will bring everything it has.last_img read more

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Need to feel better? Take kidney pills or Chamberlain’s Tablets

first_imgSumner Newscow report — A couple of advertisements in the Wellington Monitor Press truly exemplified people’s ongoing desire for good health.  Mrs. D.P. Lahan, who lived on C Street in Wellingotn, was the subject of a feature concerning her love for Doan’s Kidney Pills  which she has used for years and got good results.But if you aren’t taking Doan’s Kidney Pills you could always take Chamberlain’s Tablets especially if you have a “sour” stomach. The article suggests stomach pain is caused by eating too much or eating too fast. The solution?  People should eat little or no meat for supper.  If that doesn’t help, take Chamberlain’s Tablets.Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new commentslast_img read more

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