“This is indeed very welcome news toease the Filipinos’ growing concern. I assure everyone that your Department ofHealth will not stop here and is on top of this emerging health event,” HeathSecretary Francisco Duque said. DOH has recommended all tourists whohave gone to Wuhan and who show symptoms of fever and cough, to immediatelyseek medical attention./PN In a statement on Friday evening, theDOH said that it received sample tests results from the Victorian InfectiousDisease Reference Laboratory in Melbourne, Australia which shows the boynegative from the virus. The novel coronavirus has already killed26 people and left 800 others ill in China. The boy earlier tested positive for thepancoronavirus. Pancoronavirus screening is a test to determine if a person hascontracted a coronavirus strain. The boy traveled with his mother fromWuhan to Cebu City on Jan. 12. He was admitted for investigation after he wasfound to have shown pneumonia-like symptoms such as fever, cough and throatirritation. “[Samples] from the child suspectedof being infected with the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) tested negativefor the said virus,” the health department said. MANILA – The five-year-old Chinese boyfrom Wuhan, China who was being monitored by the Department of Health (DOH) inCebu City has tested negative from the 2019 novel coronavirus. Health secretary Francisco Duque. GMA NETWORK
After notching its first two conference wins last weekend, the USC men’s tennis team is coming home to face two top-20 conference rivals this weekend.The No. 4 Trojans (16-2, 2-0) are coming off a four-match road stretch to face No. 7 Stanford (11-4, 1-0) on Friday at 1:30 p.m.This will be the Trojans’ fifth match against a team ranked in the top 10 this season. USC holds a 3-1 record against top-10 opponents.In late February, USC traveled to Palo Alto, Calif., and narrowly defeated Stanford, 4-3, in an unusual match where singles play was decided before doubles play.In that match, No. 15 senior Robert Farah, No. 104 junior Peter Lucassen and No. 83 sophomore Daniel Nguyen won their singles matches.USC displayed toughness in the doubles play with juniors Jaak Poldma and Lucassen winning 9-7, and sophomores Steve Johnson and Nguyen winning 9-8 (3) to clinch the match victory against Stanford’s tough doubles lineup.The Trojans have won their last three matches against Stanford, but all of these recent battles were closely contested.“We know Stanford extremely well and have a ton of respect for them,” USC coach Peter Smith said. “We know how tough a match it will be and how tough the matches have been in the past, so our mindset has to be ready for a battle.”On Saturday, USC will continue to battle it out against No. 17 California (10-4, 1-0) in the first meeting between the squads this year.A previously scheduled match against the Golden Bears was cancelled because of rain.Cal has three ranked singles players — No. 16 Pedro Zerbini, No. 71 Christoffer Konigsfeldt, No. 116 Jonathan Dahan — and two ranked doubles teams — No. 23 Nick Andrews and Konigsfeldt and No. 26 Dahan and Zerbini.With back-to-back matches against the Bay Area schools, USC hopes to continue to build on the success they have had so far this season.“We have prepared the whole season for these matches,” Smith said. “This is all part of the process of getting us ready for NCAAs; I’m looking for our discipline and toughness to come out.”With all of the miles the Trojans have acquired traveling throughout the country, the team is glad to play in familiar surroundings.“We are happy to be coming home,” Smith said. “Looking forward to a good crowd at the Stanford and Cal matches this weekend.”
When an entire frontcourt departs, a few aches and pains are expected to occur in the ensuing transition for any college basketball team.Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan held his weekly press conference Monday, two days after his Badgers turned out an 80-54 exhibition win over UW-Stevens Point. Ryan echoed similar sentiments from Saturday night, talking at length about the frontcourt’s need to improve its defense.“In the front line, we’re looking to replace, as I’ve said many times, the defensive read-and-reacts that the three guys that moved on this past year in the front line,” Ryan said, referring to Jon Leuer, Keaton Nankivil and Tim Jarmusz.And apparently the backcourt is a bit ahead of the curve.“That’s where we have a lot of work to do, to get our front line ready to be as advanced as maybe the guard positions defensively on how to read and react to … all the different ball screen reads,” Ryan said.Ryan placed junior Mike Bruesewitz, along with redshirt juniors Ryan Evans and Jared Berggren, in the starting lineup Saturday in the frontcourt. Together, they combined for 35 points and 11 rebounds.But on defense, however, the Pointers were able to execute. UWSP hit 17 of 24 shots inside the arc on the night, including 11 of 13 in the first half.In regard to Evans, specifically, Ryan suggested that while the 6-foot-6 forward gambled a few times on screens Saturday and was rewarded with three steals, there were times when the gamble failed and another man was left open for a layup.“If you get a lot of steals, it doesn’t mean that you’ve played great defense for a game,” Ryan said. “You don’t measure a defensive player just by steals.”Berggren, on the other hand, also needs to work on defending screens, preventing opponents from getting to the rim and forcing kick-out passes, according to Ryan.“He’s a little better this year, but we need him to get a lot better in the next month or two before we get into the Big Ten,” he said.Freshman Jackson earning timePlaying well defensively is a surefire way of earning time on the court in Ryan’s system, and one player clicking in that respect is freshman guard Traevon Jackson.Jackson’s 17 minutes on the floor against the Pointers was the seventh-highest mark on the team that night, and he was one of three underclassmen to play for 10 minutes or more. Sophomore guards Josh Gasser and Ben Brust both notched at least 25 minutes.According to Ryan, Jackson has been keen on defending screens well, and it has been his ticket onto the court.“The thing about defense is somebody might look good on the ball, but yet their help and their decision making on screens [are] not that good,” he said. “Traevon has developed very quickly and has adopted our reads a lot quicker than some of the other guys, and that’s why he’s got the potential to get more minutes.”A native of Westerville, Ohio, Jackson finished the night hitting two of four shots from the field, including one three-pointer, and grabbed two rebounds.Jackson is one of six freshmen on the Badgers’ roster, and as of Monday, Ryan said he still had not had any discussions with any players about a redshirt season. All 16 active members of the team made appearances on court Saturday.With Wisconsin’s regular season opener this Saturday against Kennesaw State at the Kohl Center, any decision to stay on the bench all season would have to come this week.“I haven’t even discussed it (with anyone),” Ryan said. “Again, it’s always on the player … It would have to be this week, a decision, if somebody wanted to.”
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis12 students at Alpena Community College have successfully completed the first Unmanned Aerial Systems Drone Pilot Course. The students completed 16 hours of classroom time and 2 hours of hands on training within a four–week period.During the training the ACC students learned about UAS regulations, the national airspace system, weather, loading performance, and operations. Grant Director, Dawn Stone said she is excited to see how the students will use the technology with their future employers.“This class of utility tech students is so ground breaking…because the utility tech students will actually be able to test for the FAA exam and upon successful completion of the exam they will be able to take that technology to an industry. They will be able to go to an employer that uses drone technology, where some of the employers may not have someone who knows how to or is certified to fly a drone. So their on the cutting edge,” Stone said.The course allowed students to prepare for the Remote Pilot Exam, which will take place next week and the following week. Stone said she is positive the entire class will pass the exam.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: ACC Students, alpena community college, Drones, FAA Exam, Unmanned Aerial Systems Drone Pilot CourseContinue ReadingPrevious Alpena Auxiliary Donates to the MidMichigan Medical Center AlpenaNext Thunder Bay Arts Council and Gallery Display Alpena High School Students Artwork
Ex-Arsenal and Chelsea man Nicholas Anelka has urged Juventus’ Paul Pogba to snub Manchester United and sign for Chelsea, according to the Daily Express.Pogba, who used to play for Man United as a youth player, is reportedly available this summer as he looks to take the next step in his hugely promising career. The Frenchman would cost up to £80million, meaning only a handful of the world’s richest clubs can afford him.“My preference is for him to join Chelsea, who have very strong players and the financial power of [Roman] Abramovich,” said Anelka, who is a compatriot of Pogba’s and has experience playing at some of the world’s biggest clubs.Anelka also believes that Real Madrid would be a good option for the 21-year-old midfielder saying that “He would grow a lot under Carlo Ancelotti.”It’s likely that many players and important figures within the game will try and persuade Pogba, thus making it hard to tell what the youngster’s decision will be. However, one certainty is that if he does move this summer, it will be an almighty bidding war. More soon…………….
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error The league has avoided publicly identifying players who have tested positive since mid-March in accordance with HIPAA regulations.The NBA is scheduled to tip off again July 30, when the Lakers and Clippers are set to face each other for the fourth time this season – and the second time since the Morris brothers joined their ranks.The league plans to complete the season – an eight-game seeding schedule ahead of the playoffs – entirely on a closed campus at Disney World. Personnel in the “bubble” are tested regularly and everyone who comes onto the campus has to wait out a quarantine process and test negative for the coronavirus before they’re allowed to move about.The 30-year-old Morris twins – both 6-foot-8 forwards – have posted on Twitter in recent days, though neither has shared anything that would indicate they had arrived in Florida.The Knicks traded Marcus Morris Sr. to the Clippers on Feb. 6 as part of a three-team deal that sent Moe Harkless, a 2020 first-round pick, the right to swap 2021 first-round picks (as long as that pick isn’t in the top four), and a 2021 second-round pick to New York. The Clippers also sent Jerome Robinson to the Wizards in the transaction.In 12 games with the Clippers before the season was interrupted March 11 by the coronavirus pandemic, Marcus Morris was averaging 9.5 points and 4.0 rebounds for the Clippers.Markieff Morris signed a one-year deal with the Lakers on Feb. 23. In eight games since arriving in L.A., he was averaging 4.8 points and 3.3 rebounds. “I don’t check. To be honest, JaMychal (Green) walked in (Wednesday) and surprised the hell out of me. So, because they’re in quarantine and stuff, you don’t ever know.”When Vogel was asked how Markieff Morris looked, he said: “You know, we’re trying not to comment too much on individual players’ performances right now. We’re still waiting to manage this time where we’re respecting players’ privacies. So, I’m going to refrain from commenting on that.”In response to a follow-up question about whether Markieff Morris was in Orlando, Vogel demurred again.“I’m not going to comment on which guys are here and which guys are not here out of respect for our players’ privacy,” Vogel said.On Monday, the league announced that since July 1, 19 NBA players newly tested positive for the coronavirus during in-market testing and that two others tested positive while in quarantine in Orlando. The league reported that those two players were quarantining at home or in isolation housing, away from others. Marcus and Markieff Morris, the twin brothers who joined the Clippers and Lakers, respectively, in February, have not been documented with their teams in Orlando, Florida.A person with knowledge of the situation told Southern California News Group that Markieff Morris, who signed with the Lakers in February as a free agent, had an excused absence but was expected to join the team soon. It’s unknown whether Marcus Morris, his twin brother who was acquired by the Clippers two weeks earlier, has a similar arrangement with his team.When Doc Rivers and Frank Vogel were asked about their respective players’ whereabouts before their teams practiced Wednesday afternoon, both coaches answered evasively.“Yeah, I don’t even know to be honest,” said Rivers, who was also queried about whether the Clippers’ Landry Shamet and Ivica Zubac had arrived on the NBA campus at Walt Disney World Resort, where the NBA is preparing to restart the season July 30.
Who will win the National League in 2016? L.A. Daily News columnist Mark Whicker breaks down the league.NL WESTSAN FRANCISCO GIANTS2015 Record: 84-78 Wins, last 5 seasons: 84, 88, 76, 94, 86Rank in Runs Scored: 5thRuns Allowed: 6thManager: Bruce BochyRotation: Madison Bumgarner, Johnny Cueto, Jeff Samardzija, Jake Peavy, Matt Cain/Chris Heston. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Bullpen: Sergio Romo, Hunter Strickland, Jeff Osich, George Kontos, Javier Lopez, Cody Guerrin, Closer: Santiago CasillaLineup: 1B Brandon Belt, 2B Joe Panik, SS Brandon Crawford 3B Matt Duffy, C Buster Posey LF Angel Pagan/Gregor Blanco CF Denard Span RF Hunter Pence.Fun Fact: Crawford led NL shortstops in home runs and RBIs.Best Case: Samardzija remembers how to win again.Worst Case: They get the same injury bug that wrecked them last year.Forecast: First. Full of functional players entering their prime.ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS2015 Record: 79-83Wins, last 5 seasons: 79, 64, 81, 81, 94Rank in Runs Scored: 2ndRuns Allowed: 9thManager: Chip HaleRotation: Zack Greinke, Shelby Miller, Patrick Corbin, Rubby De La Rosa, Robbie Ray.Bullpen: Tyler Clippard, Daniel Hudson, Andrew Chafin, Silvino Bracho, Randall Delgado, Enrique Burgos, Josh Collmenter, Matt Reynolds.Closer: Brad ZieglerLineup: 1B Paul Goldschmidt, 2B Jean Segura, SS Nick Ahmed, 3B Jake Lamb, C Wellington Castillo, LF Yasmany Tomas, CF Chris Owings, RF David Peralta. DL: CF A.J. PollockFun Fact: With the Braves, Miller had 21 quality starts out of 33 and went 6-17.Best Case: Corbin pitches like his pre-injury self.Worst Case: Offseason bullpen moves don’t work.Forecast: Second. Already a top offensive and defensive team, Diamondbacks will make playoffs if they can save games for Greinke and Miller. DODGERS2015 Record: 92-70Wins, last 5 seasons: 92, 94, 92, 78, 82Rank In Runs Scored: 8thRuns Allowed: 2ndManager: Dave RobertsRotation: Clayton Kershaw, Scott Kazmir, Kenta Maeda, Alex Wood, Ross Stripling.Bullpen: Yimi Garcia, Pedro Baez, J.P. Howell, Chris Hatcher, Louis Coleman, Luis Avilan.Closer: Kenley JansenLineup: 1B Adrian Gonzalez, 2B Chase Utley/Enrique Hernandez, SS Corey Seager, 3B Justin Turner, C A.J. Ellis/Austin Barnes, LF Carl Crawford/Scott Van Slyke, CF Joc Pederson, RF Yasiel Puig.DL: C Yasmani Grandal, P Hyun-Jin Ryu, P Brendan McCarthy, P Frankie Montas, 2B Howie Kendrick, P Brett Anderson, P Mike Bolsinger, OF Andre Ethier..Fun Fact: Dodgers led the N.L. in home runs for the first since 1983.Best Case: Maeda stays healthy and misses a lot of bats.Worst Case: Puig is actually not a whole new man after all.Forecast: Third. They diluted their strength (starting pitching) and didn’t address their weaknesses. Plus, they’ve become Dodger Blue Cross.COLORADO ROCKIES2015 Record: 68-94Wins, last 5 years: 68, 66, 74, 64, 73Rank in Runs Scored: 1stRuns Allowed: 15thManager; Walt WeissRotation: Jorge De La Rosa, Chad Bettis, Jordan Lyles, Chris Rusin, Tyler Chatwood.Bullpen: Justin Miller, Boone Logan, Scott Oberg, Jason Gurka , Miguel Castro, Christian Bergman.Closer: Jake McGee/Chad QuallsLineup: 1B Ben Paulsen, 2B David LeMahieu, SS Trevor Story, 3B Nolan Arenado, C Nick Hundley, LF Gerardo Parra, CF Charlie Blackmon, RF Carlos Gonzalez. DL: P Adam Ottavino, P Jon Gray. P Jason Motte.Suspended: SS Jose ReyesFun Fact: Gonzalez went from 11 homers to a career-high 40.Best Case: Gray gets healthy, fulfills expectations in the rotation.Worst Case: Motte and McGee can’t handle Coors Field, like many first-time Colorado pitchers.Forecast: Fourth. Cut and paste from the last five or 10 seasons..SAN DIEGO PADRES2015 Record: 74-88Wins, last 5 years: 74, 77, 76, 76, 71Rank in Runs Scored: 10thRuns Allowed: 6thManager: Andy GreenRotation: James Shields, Tyler Ross, Andrew Cashner, Colin Rea, Robbie Erlin.Bullpen: Kevin Quackenbush, Brandon Maurer, Matt Thornton, Carlos Villanueva, Josh Martin, Drew Pomeranz.Closer: Fernando RodneyLineup: 1B Wil Myers, 2B Corey Spangenberg, SS Alexei Ramirez, 3B.Yangervis Solarte, C Derek Norris. LF Melvin Upton Jr. CF Jon Jay RF Matt Kemp.Fun Fact: Myers’ next 350 plate-appearance season will be his first. He has played 235 games in three years.Best Case: Spangenberg is ready to play full time.Worst Case: Rodney turns into a hand grenade.Forecast: Fifth. No team is better at changing its approach and finishing in the same place.NL CENTRALCHICAGO CUBS2015 Record: 97-65Wins, last 5 years: 97, 73, 66, 61, 71Rank in Runs Scored: 6thRuns Allowed: 4thManager: Joe MaddonRotation: Jake Arrieta, Jon Lester, John Lackey, Jason Hammel, Kyle Hendricks.Bullpen: Pedro Strop, Adam Warren, Jason Grimm, Travis Wood, Trevor Cahill, Neil Ramirez, Clayton Richard. Closer: Hector RondonLineup: 1B Anthony Rizzo, 2B Ben Zobrist, SS Addison Russell, 3B Kris Bryant, C Miguel Montero, LF Kyle Schwarber CF Dexter Fowler, RF Jason Heyward.DL: 2B Javier Baez.Fun Fact: Bryant hit .388 with men in scoring position, tops in the league.Best Case: Lester pitches like an ace again.Worst Case: The bullpen lets too many games get away.Forecast: First. May disappoint fans by falling short of 162-0, however.ST. LOUIS CARDINALS2015 Record: 100-62Wins, last 5 years: 100, 90, 97, 88, 90Rank in Runs Scored: 11thRuns Allowed: 1stManager; Mike MathenyRotation: Adam Wainwright, Jaime Garcia, Michael Wacha, Mike Leake, Carlos Martinez.Bullpen: Kyle Siegrist, Seth Maness, Jonathan Broxton, Jordan Walden, Tyler Lyons, Seung Hwan Oh, Mitch Harris.Closer: Trevor RosenthalLineup: 1B Brandon Moss/Matt Adams, 2B Kolten Wong, SS Jedd Gyorko, 3B Matt Carpenter, C Yadier Molina, LF Matt Holliday, CF Randal Grichuk, RF Stephen Piscotty.DL: P Lance Lynn, SS Jhonny Peralta, SS Ruben Tejada.Fun Fact: Piscotty got 71 hits in his first 63 major league games.Best Case: Wainwright makes yet another comeback.Worst Case: Shortstop is a problem until Peralta returns.Forecast: Second. They won 101 games with big, long-lasting injuries. Not intimidated by the Cubs.PITTSBURGH PIRATES2015 Record: 98-64Wins, last 5 years: 98, 88, 94, 79, 72Rank in Runs Scored: 4thRuns Allowed: 3rdManager: Clint HurdleRotation: Francisco Liriano, Gerrit Cole, Jon Niese, Jeff Locke, Juan Nicasio.Bullpen: Tony Watson, Neftali Feliz, Kyle Lobstein, Arquimedes Caminero, Rob Scahill, Cory Luebke, Ryan Vogelsong.Closer: Mark MelanconLineup: 1B John Jaso, 2B Josh Harrison, SS Jordy Mercer, 3B David Freese, C Francisco Cervelli, LF Sterling Marte, CF Andrew McCutchen, RF Gregory Polanco.DL: 3B Jung Ho Kang, P Jered Hughes.Fun Fact: Watson, who has worked 155 games the past two years, hasn’t given up a homer to a left-hander since Aug. 26, 2014 (Adam LaRoche).Best Case: The NL’s best young outfield takes another step.Worst Case: The lower half of the rotation remains questionable.Forecast: Third. Lost a lot in the winter, but this is a restorative organization.MILWAUKEE BREWERS2015 Record: 68-94Wins, last 5 years: 68, 82, 74, 83, 96Rank in Runs Scored: 9thRuns Allowed: 11thManager: Craig CounsellRotation: Wily Peralta, Jimmy Nelson, Matt Garza, Trevor Jungmann, Chase Anderson.Bullpen: Corey Knebel, Michael Blazek, Tyler Thornburg, David Goforth, Tyler Cravy, Chris Capuano.Closer: Jeremy Jeffress Lineup: 1B Chris Carter, 2B Scooter Gennett, SS Jonathan Villar, 3B Aaron Hill, C Jonathan Lucroy, LF Ryan Braun, CF Kirk Nieuwenhuis, RF Domingo Santana.DL: P Will Smith.Fun Fact: Garza made $25 million with the Brewers the last two years and went 14-22 with a 4.59 ERA.Best Case: Carter’s power thrives in cozy Miller Park.Worst Case: They can’t replace closer Francisco Rodriguez.Forecast: Fourth. New GM David Stearns, 31, follows the familiar tear-it-down playbook.CINCINNATI REDS2015 Record: 64-98Wins, last 5 years: 64, 76, 90, 97, 79Rank in Runs Scored: 12thRuns Allowed: 12thManager: Bryan PriceRotation: Anthony DeSclafani, Alfredo Simon, Raisel Iglesias, Brandon Finnegan, Jon Mosscot.Bullpen: Tony Cingrani, Jumbo Diaz, Sal Romano, J.J. Hoover, Blake Wood, Keyvius Sampson, Closer: J.J. HooverLineup: 1B Joey Votto, 2B Brandon Phillips, SS Zack Cozart, 3B Eugenio Suarez, C Devin Mesoraco, LF Adam Duvall, CF Billy Hamilton, RF Jay Bruce.DL: P Homer Bailey, P Michael Lorenzen, P John Lamb.Fun Fact: Only two Reds teams (1934 and 1982) lost more games than last year’s.Best Case: Bailey comes back from Tommy John surgery at some point.Worst Case: The bullpen is as undefined and messy as it looks.Forecast: Fifth. Rebuilding teams in the NL Central get severely hammered.NL EASTWASHINGTON NATIONALS2015 Record: 83-79Wins, last 5 years: 83, 96, 86, 98, 80Rank in Runs Scored: 3rdRuns Allowed: 7thManager: Dusty BakerRotation: Max Scherzer, Stephen Strasburg, Gio Gonzalez, Tanner Roark, Joe Ross.Bullpen: Shawn Kelley, Aaron Barrett, Oliver Perez, Yusmeiro Petit, Blake Treinen, Trevor Gott, Felipe Rivero.Closer: Jonathan PapelbonLineup: 1B Ryan Zimmerman, 2B Daniel Murphy, SS Danny Espinosa, 3B Anthony Rendon, C Wilson Ramos, LF Jayson Werth, CF Ben Revere, RF Bryce Harper.Fun Fact: Harper had 23 more homers, 31 more RBIs, 43 more runs and 79 more walks than any teammate.Best Case: Werth, Zimmerman and Rendon play 130-plus games.Worst Case: Roark and Gonzalez don’t bounce back.Forecast: First. Baker has turned worse teams around. Health would help.NEW YORK METS2015 Record: 90-72Wins, last 5 years: 90, 79, 74, 74, 77Rank in Runs Scored: 7thRuns Allowed: 5thManager: Terry CollinsRotation: Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard, Stephen Matz, Bartolo Colon.Bullpen: Addison Reed, Hansel Robles, Antonio Bastardo, Jerry Blevins, Sean Gilmartin, Erik Goeddel, Jim Henderson.Closer: Jeurys FamiliaDL: P Zack WheelerLineup: 1B Lucas Duda, 2B Neil Walker, SS Asdrubal Cabrera, 3B David Wright, C Travis d’Arnaud, LF Michael Conforto, CF Yoenis Cespedes, RF Curtis Granderson.Fun Fact: Of the 10 Mets’ pitchers who worked 39 or more games, five averaged at least one strikeout per inning.Best Case: Wheeler completes his comeback in midsummer, joins rotation.Worst Case: Wright, 38, can’t get through the season.Forecast: Second. They and Nationals will take it to the wire.MIAMI MARLINS2015 Record: 71-91Wins, last 5 years: 71, 77, 62, 69, 72Rank in Runs Scored: 14thRuns Allowed: 8thManager: Don MattinglyRotation: Jose Fernandez, Tom Koehler, Wei-Yin Chen, Adam Conley, Jarred Cosart.Bullpen: Bryan Morris, Mike Dunn, Brad Hand, Raudel Lazo.Closer: A.J. Ramos.Lineup: 1B Justin Bour, 2B Dee Gordon, SS Adeiny Hechevarria, 3B Martin Prado, C J.T. Realmuto, LF Christian Yelich, CF Marcell Ozuna, RF Giancarlo Stanton.Fun Fact: Gordon, the league batting champ, also became the first man since Marquis Grissom (’91-’92) to lead MLB in steals in back-to-back seasons.Best Case: Fernandez takes his 6-1 finish and challenges for a Cy Young Award.Worst Case: Ozuna, who lost 87 OPS points last year, can’t find them.Forecast: Third. They build nice sand castles, then stomp them flat.PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES 2015 Record: 63-99Wins, last 5 years; 63, 78 73, 81, 102Rank in Runs Scored: 13thRuns Allowed: 14thManager: Pete MackaninRotation: Jeremy Hellickson, Charlie Morton, Aaron Nola, Vince Velasquez, Jerad Eickhoff.Bullpen: Luis Garcia, Jeanmar Gomez, Elvis Araujo, Hector Neris, Daniel Stumpf, Dalier Hinojosa, Brett Oberholtzer.Closer: David HernandezLineup: 1B Ryan Howard, 2B Cesar Hernandez, SS Freddie Galvis, 3B Maikel Franco, C Cameron Rupp/Carlos Ruiz, LF Cody Asche, CF Odubel Herrera, RF Peter Bourjos.Fun Fact: Heralded rookie Franco hit eight homers in June, four thereafter.Best Case: Nola, Velasquez and Eickhoff form the outline of tomorrow’s rotation.Worst Case: Leaky bullpen blows the few chances Phillies have to win.Forecast: Fourth. Will not improve enough to recover their crowds.ATLANTA BRAVES2015 Record: 67-95Wins, last 5 years: 67, 79, 96, 94, 89Rank in Runs Scored: 15thRuns Allowed: 14thManager: Fredi GonzalezRotation: Julio Teheran, Bud Norris, Matt Wisler, Jhoulys Chacin, Williams Perez.Bullpen: Jason Grilli, Jim Johnson, Alexei Ogando, Daniel Winkler, Jose Ramirez. Closer: Arodys VizcainoLineup: 1B Freddie Freeman, 2B Jace Peterson, SS Erick Aybar, 3B Adonis Garcia, C A.J. Pierzynski, LF Hector Olvera, CF Ender Inciarte, RF Nick Markakis.Fun Fact: Grilli’s 1.129 WHIP was a career-best, and he saved 24 games after he came over from the Angels.Best Case: Freeman is healthy enough to make people buy tickets.Worst Case: Teheran doesn’t solve his 2015 problems.Forecast; Fifth. The Braves loaded up on prospects like Dansby Swanson and Sean Holcomb, who may be seen in late summer.
Wellington Police Notes for Wednesday, February 27, 2013â€¢4:27 a.m. Officers took a report of a domestic dispute of known suspects in the 300 block E. 13th, Wellington.â€¢8:20 a.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 200 block E. 4th, Welington.â€¢8:54 a.m. Non-Injury accident that occurred February 26, 2013 at 10:30 p.m. involved a vehicle operated by juvenile male, 16, Wellington.â€¢9 a.m. Officers took a report of an animal welfare check of known owners in the 600 block S. Elm, Wellington.â€¢4:05 p.m. Officers investigated a harassment by telephone in the 900 block of W. 7th.â€¢11:49 a.m. Officers investigated a burglary and theft of unknown suspect(s) in the 300 block S. Washington, Wellington.â€¢4:47 p.m. Officers investigated a child in need of care in the 1100 block of S. C.â€¢9:12 p.m.Â Officers investigated a non-injury accident in the 900 block of N. G Street involving a vehicle on fire operated by Nakeya S.Reed, 36, Oxford.â€¢9:50 p.m.Â Officer conducted an outside agency assist in the 1700 block of N. A Street.
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Saturday, Selkirk gained some revenge, outlasting the Bombers 9-6.Lincoln Rosenblood pitched well but took the loss for LVR with some releif help from Casey Harrison.LVR committed 11 errors behind the two pitchers which did not help the team. Both pitchers combined to give up four hits, strike out 2 and walk four.The Bombers collected four hits, Lincoln picked up 2, Breaden Zarikoff, Brandon Huffty and Ben LeMarquand had one each. The L.V. Rogers Bombers split a pair of doubleheaders during a recent swing through the East Kootenay.The Bombers defeated and lost to both Mt Baker Wild of Cranbrook and Selkirk Storm of Kimberley.Friday, to open the series, Braeden Zarikoff pitched well for the Bombers but the offense did not help in a 7-2 loss to the Wild.Senior pitcher Devon Marra of the Wild threw a great game striking out 14 Bomber hitters and only giving up the two hits — by Zarikoff and Mathew Brind’Amour — and three walks. In the final game, the Bombers were able to even the series with a 22-2 romp over Mt. Baker.Austin Tambellini through a one hitter for the win, collecting 6 strikeouts in the shortened game.The Bomber hitters came alive in game four collecting 12 hits, Braeden Zarikoff lead the team with 3 hits, Lincoln Rosenblood, Saywer Hunt and Astin Tambellini had two hits each, and Keaton Roch, Reese Tambellini and Ben LeMarquand each adding one hit. In Game two, John Barabonoff pitched a complete game for the win giving up four hits and walking none in a 13-3 win for LVR over Selkirk.The Bomber bats came alive in game two collecting nine hits. The team was lead by Saywer Hunt 3-for-3, and Lincoln Rosenblood 2-for-2, four others added one hit each. The team has a record of 13 wins and 8 losses heading into their last weekend of play. The team is off to Southern Alberta where they will be playing double headers in Raymond and Coaldale this weekend.