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first_imgAn Industry, East Coast Demerara (ECD) family is mourning the death of a 10-year-old boy who mysteriouslyDead: Yogindra “Shawn” Persaudcollapsed in school on Wednesday and died.The dead young man has been identified as Yogindra Persaud, called “Shawn”, a Grade Four student of Grahams Hall Primary School, in Cummings Lodge, ECD.According to information reaching Guyana Times, the lad was in his classroom eating a snack when he collapsed. Teachers rushed to his side and upon examination, found no pulse. He was picked up and rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.When Guyana Times visited the child’s Lot 19 First Street, Industry, home on Thursday, his mother, Sharon Reid, related that her son left home for school in good health on Wednesday morning.The woman noted that she was at work when her daughter called and informed her that something was wrong with her son.“Like about 10:30-11:00h, my daughter called me and said something is wrong with Shawn because he is not breathing at school. So I left work to go to the school but they called and tell me that they took him to the hospital and when I reach there, the doctor called and told me that your son has died,” the distraught woman recalled.Reid noted that the doctor could not say what happened to the child since he was already dead when he arrived at the medical facility. She added that they have been getting various reports from school officials, parents and even students about what transpired.According to what she was told, Reid said her son urinated himself in class before he collapse. He was picked up and placed on a bench but fell off. It was at this time that one of the teachers checked and found that he had no pulse.“That is all the teacher told me; that is all I hear. Is different, different things you hearing from people,” she stated.The aggrieved mother noted that while her son did not suffer from any ailments, she is not holding anyone accountable for his death and is awaiting the results of the post-mortem examination which will be conducted today, to find out why her youngest of three children and only son died.At the time this newspaper was at the home of the dead child, officials from the Education Ministry were visiting to offer their condolences to the grieving family.Young Persaud leaves to mourn his parents, two older sisters and other relatives and friends.last_img read more

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first_imgMeanwhile, hundreds of scholarships and bursaries were handed out to the graduated class of ’09. Dana Cranston was singled out for winning a full ride scholarship to Colorado State University, worth 124 thousand dollars US. Chantelle Gray also won a University of Alberta Scholastic Distinction Award worth ten thousand dollars.Below are some pictures of the North Peace Secondary School Graduation at the North Peace Arena.Photo: Students walk towards the stage to accept the award – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.caPhoto:Student’s were asked to stand when their name was called to accept a bursuary or scholarship – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.caAdvertisement Photo: Superintendent of School District 60 Larry Espe addresses the Class of 2009 – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.caPhoto: Graduate and local singer Justin Gies sings , “If you’re going through hell,” by Rodney Atkins – Chrstine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.caPhoto: Mayor Bruce Lantz gives encouraging words to the class of ’09 – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.ca Photo: Hundreds of students line up to accept their award at the North Peace Arena on Friday – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.ca Rainy skies didn’t dampen the spirits of the more than 300 students who graduated from the North Peace Secondary School on Friday. – Advertisement -Superintendant of School District 60 Larry Espe, along with North Peace MLA Pat Pimm, and Fort St. John Mayor Bruce Lantz attended the ceremonies. In Lantz’s speech, he touched on the student’s future, advising each graduate to take advantage of all the opportunities available to them.Principal Daniel Vecchio apologized to the newly graduated youth, saying that the previous generation may have corrupted the world, but this generation has the chance to fix it. Singer Justin Gies, himself a graduate, sang, “If you’re going through hell” by Rodney Atkins. He says he chose that song because he knows his classmates will find a way through the challenges that may lie ahead. Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_imgCity led the quarter-final, second leg 1-0 on the night at that stage after Gabriel Jesus’s second-minute opener, but the hosts felt aggrieved after Leroy Sane had a second goal wrongly disallowed just before the break.Salah ensured there was to be no stunning comeback when he coolly chipped home his 39th goal of the season 11 minutes into the second half before Roberto Firmino sealed a comprehensive aggregate triumph for the five-time winners.Guardiola admitted beforehand that his side needed the “perfect” performance and the hosts got the perfect start as they opened the scoring after just 117 seconds.Liverpool were unhappy at Mateu Lahoz in what was to be the start of a controversial night for the Spaniard when Virgil van Dijk claimed he had been pushed by Raheem Sterling in the lead-up to the goal.Sadio Mane and Robeto Firmino celebrating. Photo/COURTESYThe referee was unmoved, though, and with the Dutchman out of position, Fernandinho’s through ball found Sterling and his low cross was swept home by Jesus.Liverpool fans would have been forgiven if memories of their 5-0 defeat at the Etihad Stadium earlier this season came flooding back.City were helped signficantly that September afternoon by a first-half red card for Sadio Mane and the home fans were screaming for the Senegalese to be dismissed again on 14 minutes for a late challenge on Nicolas Otamendi.However, Mateu Lahoz settled for a yellow card and a booking for City goalkeeper Ederson, who rushed from his goal to push Mane persistently in retaliation.Salah had been an injury doubt after limping off in the first leg, but Liverpool were unable to spring the Egyptian free in the first 45 minutes as City peppered the visitors’ box with crosses without finding the final touch.Bernardo Silva saw a deflected effort spin just wide and then rattled the post with a deflected long-range strike.– Firmino seals it –Liverpool celebrating. Photo/COURTESYThe turning point came seconds later when Sane turned into an empty net after Loris Karius’s punch came back off his own player James Milner.Mateu Lahoz wrongly ruled the goal out for offside, sparking City and, in particular, Guardiola’s anger.Liverpool could have delivered the knockout blow even before the break had Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain managed to maintain his balance instead of firing high and wide after rounding Ederson.Guardiola ran onto the field to pull his protesting players away from the official before embarking on his own rant at Mateu Lahoz that saw him watch the second half from the stands.City understandably failed to maintain the intensity of their first-half display in a third huge game in six days after also blowing the chance to win the Premier League in a thrilling 3-2 Manchester derby defeat on Saturday.Unsurprisingly it was Salah who got the decisive away goal and in some style.Just like his opener in the first leg, Salah followed up after Ederson had denied Mane with a wonderfully-judged chipped finish past the despairing Otamendi in the 56th minute.City were condemned to a third straight defeat for the first time in Guardiola’s near two-year reign 13 minutes from time when Otamendi was caught in possession and Firmino slotted in off the far post to the delight of the Liverpool fans gathered behind Ederson’s goal.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Salah celebrates Liverpool’s first away goal and his 39th of a prolific season.© AFP Paul ELLISMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Apr 10 – Mohamed Salah ensured Liverpool’s return to the Champions League semi-finals for the first time in a decade as a 2-1 win at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday took them through 5-1 on aggregate and ended Manchester City’s European dream for another season.On a night of high frustration for free-spending City, manager Pep Guardiola was sent off at half-time for taking his furious protests towards Spanish referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz too far.last_img read more

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first_img{loadposition tc}Click on a thumbnail for a low-resolution image, or right-click on the link below it to download a high-resolution copy of the image.» Download Business & Industry contact sheet (1.8MB) » Download full image library contact sheet (10.5MB) Bloemfontein, Free State province: The Lochlogan Shopping Centre and waterfront in the city centre.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Bloemfontein, Free State province: The Lochlogan Shopping Centre and waterfront in the city centre.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Bloemfontein, Free State province: The Lochlogan Shopping Centre and waterfront in the city centre.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Welkom, Free State province: Headgear at Harmony Gold Mine.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Welkom, Free State province: The conveyor belt system to transport ore to the storage silo at Harmony Gold Mine.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Welkom, Free State province: The cable in the winding house moves the cage lift between the various underground stations and to the surface at Harmony Gold Mine.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Welkom, Free State province: The cable in the winding house moves the cage lift between the various underground stations and to the surface at Harmony Gold Mine.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Welkom, Free State province: Men working below the headgear at Harmony Gold Mine.Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Welkom, Free State province: The conveyor belt system to transport ore to the storage silo, in the background, while trucks wait to be lowered to an underground station at Harmony Gold Mine..Photo: Graeme WilliamsMediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res imageBUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 16: {loadposition business}Having trouble downloading high-resolution images? Queries about the image library? Email Janine Erasmus at [email protected]last_img read more

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first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Hannah Thompson-Weeman, vice president of communications at the Animal Agriculture AllianceA recent report published in the Lancet medical journal claims that people must drastically reduce their meat and dairy consumption to be healthy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. While the report may make for sensational headlines, it ignores evidence about meat and dairy foods’ positive role in healthy diets and environmental sustainability.The EAT Forum, the organization behind the report, is a privately funded think tank based in Oslo, Norway, and the Lancet is a UK-based medical journal. Their prescriptive global diet severely limits meat and dairy consumption, drastically departing from U.S. dietary guidance. Quantity and calorie caps apply to staple foods, including:Beef (or lamb): one-quarter ounce per day (7g)Pork: one-quarter ounce per day (7g)Dairy: 250 grams per day — about one glass of milkChicken: one ounce per day (29g)Eggs: less than half an ounce per day — about 1/5 of an eggFish: about one ounce per day – limited to 40 caloriesThe EAT-Lancet Commission comprises a small group of researchers and does not represent a global consensus of scientific experts in animal agriculture, nutrition or sustainability. U.S.-based experts have weighed in and expressed concerns about the report.“It’s shocking that after years of promoting a groundbreaking report, EAT-Lancet’s own analysis shows the commission’s recommended diet has almost no environmental benefit over business-as-usual scenarios,” said Frank Mitloehner, Ph.D., professor and air quality extension specialist at the University of California-Davis. “While EAT-Lancet claims its reference diet would decrease greenhouse gas emissions, the commission’s fundamentally flawed data fail to account for methane reduction that occurs naturally, as methane remains in the atmosphere for only 10 years. The carbon emissions from all the flights required for the commission’s global launch tour will have a much longer impact than that of methane from livestock animals.”At the Animal Agriculture Alliance, we believe that caring for our families, our health and our homes unites people around the world. U.S. farmers and ranchers understand this and are producing more nutrient-dense meat and dairy more efficiently than ever before. As we all look to choose food that is good for us and good for the planet, the alliance believes everyone should have the facts. It’s up to all of us in agriculture to help combat misinformation and highlight the role of meat, poultry, dairy and eggs in a healthy, sustainable diet.Farmers and ranchers can help mitigate the influence of this report by sharing positive and factual information about animal agriculture’s sustainability story. The alliance has many resources to help you do just that. A few tidbits:Animal agriculture is responsible for just 4 percent of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions and less than half of total agriculture emissions.S. dairy farming has reduced the carbon footprint of every gallon of milk produced by two-thirds since 1944, making 60% more milk with 60% fewer cows.Vitamin B12 is essential to brain health and is only found naturally in animal-based foods.You can find more information about the report and resources for discussing it by visiting http://resources.animalagalliance.org/climatefoodfacts. We also invite you to join the conversation online using #ClimateFoodFacts. Let’s all come together to make sure our consumers and customers have the facts about animal agriculture’s commitment to continuous improvement and providing a sustainable and healthy food supply.last_img read more

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first_imgFilm Music Mag has an in-depth interview with composer Matthew Margeson, co-composer on Kick-Ass 2. Matthew has also worked on a whole raft of huge hollywood features, network TV shows and computer games in his career to date. Matthew’s interview provides a valuable view into the world of film scoring, especially as working as part of a team and the journey you might take to work your way up to being a fully credit film composer.There is an old saying that whatever you’re currently working on is the demo piece for you’re next gig. It’s true. Also, a big part of this is the collaboration between filmmaker and composer. I mean, if you look at all of the contemporary greats, Elfman, Williams, Horner, anyone really…. there tends to be very solid director / composer team. Sometimes a composer’s work schedule for the foreseeable future can really be contingent on what his work partners are up to.Coming To Grips with Mixing ConsolesOne of the main tools of the trade for film composers is obviously the mixing desk. In this series of fast-paced tutorials from Wikimedia you can learn all about the different types of consoles, the workflow for each one and the basics of mixing theory. This hour and a half panel discussion from the National Film and Television School (NFTS) is a long one, but worthwhile for anyone serious about audio. Annabelle Pangborn (head of editing for the NFTS) delves into the many opportunities to use soundtracks, both musical and otherwise, to add impact to narrative drama. Additionally she chairs a panel discussion ‘focusing on some of the different approaches to composing film music and the crossover with sound design.Interviews with Film ComposersFilm composer Michael Giacchino shares six lessons on film score composing in this excellent Vulture article, featuring tracks from some of his films including Up, Super 8, Star Trek and The Incredibles. It is interesting to read how each film’s score was an evolutionary process of creativity that is all really about tapping into the heart of the film.“It was a tough thing to get to, because in the beginning, I was trying to appease what I thought Star Trek music should be,” he says. “Everything I was writing sounded spacey — what you would expect from a film like that.” After hitting wall after wall, writer Damon Lindelof eventually provided him with sage advice: “Why don’t you forget we’re making aStar Trek movie and write a score to a film that’s about two guys who meet and become the best of friends?”“[Lost taught me] how to be quick, be fast, don’t overthink things, go with your gut, and get it done as efficiently and properly as [I] can,” he says. Giacchino didn’t discuss musical ideas with J.J. Abrams or anyone on the show — there wasn’t time.” If you’re interested in understanding more about the dark art of film score composition check out these great resources to help you make better films.Understanding what a film composer does, how best to work with your film score and how to create well mixed film soundtracks (bringing together both the sound design and the score) is crucial to creating the other 60% of your film – the sound. In this roundup of interviews and tutorials you’ll learn tips and insight from industry leading sound designers and film composers.If you’re looking for high quality film and video music, without the cost of creating a unique film score, be sure to explore our extensive library of handpicked tracks.[maxbutton id=”2″]If you’re after even more insights into film sound design check out this post on The Art and Craft of Film Sound Design. Now, on to the resources…Film Composing MasterclassesIn this excellent 10 minute highlight video from composer Gabriel Yared’s British Film Institute (BFI) Masterclass you will learn a ton about crafting a score and how to approach a scoring project in the first place:“Who is the director who wouldn’t dream of having an ally, someone who takes his hand and say ‘Come let’s try things. You have this idea, OK, let’s put it there – it works. OK lets try something else, let’s be bold! Let’s go somewhere else…” – Gabriel Yaredlast_img read more

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first_imgDefinitionMuscle aches and pains are common and can involve more than one muscle. Muscle pain also can involve ligaments, tendons, and fascia, the soft tissues that connect muscles, bones, and organs.See also:Muscle crampsJoint painAlternative NamesMuscle pain; Myalgia; Pain – musclesConsiderationsMuscle pain is most frequently related to tension, overuse, or muscle injury from exercise or physically-demanding work. In these situations, the pain tends to involve specific muscles and starts during or just after the activity. It is usually obvious which activity is causing the pain.Muscle pain also can be a sign of conditions affecting your whole body, like some infections (including the flu) and disorders that affect connective tissues throughout the body (such as lupus).One common cause of muscle aches and pain is fibromyalgia, a condition that includes tenderness in your muscles and surrounding soft tissue, sleep difficulties, fatigue, and headaches.CausesThe most common causes are:Injury or trauma including sprains and strainsOveruse: using a muscle too much, too soon, too oftenTension or stressMuscle pain may also be due to:Certain drugs, including ACE inhibitors for lowering blood pressure, cocaine, and statins for lowering cholesterolDermatomyositisElectrolyte imbalances like too little potassium or calciumFibromyalgiaInfections, including influenza (the flu), Lyme disease, malaria, muscle abscess, polio, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, trichinosis (roundworm)LupusPolymyalgia rheumaticaPolymyositisRhabdomyolysisHome CareFor muscle pain from overuse or injury, rest that body part and take acetaminophen or ibuprofen. Apply ice for the first 24 – 72 hours of an injury to reduce pain and inflammation. After that, heat often feels more soothing.advertisementMuscle aches from overuse and fibromyalgia often respond well to massage. Gentle stretching exercises after a long rest period are also helpful.Regular exercise can help restore proper muscle tone. Walking, cycling, and swimming are good aerobic activities to try. A physical therapist can teach you stretching, toning, and aerobic exercises to feel better and stay pain-free. Begin slowly and increase workouts gradually. Avoid high-impact aerobic activities and weight lifting when injured or while in pain.Be sure to get plenty of sleep and try to reduce stress. Yoga and meditation are excellent ways to help you sleep and relax.If home measures arent working, your health care provider may prescribe medication or physical therapy, or refer you to a specialized pain clinic.If your muscle aches are due to a specific disease, follow the instructions of yourhealth care providerto treat the primary illness.When to Contact a Medical ProfessionalCall your health care provider if:Your muscle pain persists beyond 3 daysYou have severe, unexplained painYou have any sign of infection, like swelling or redness around the tender muscleYou have poor circulation in the area where you have muscles aches (for example, in your legs)You have a tick bite or a rashYour muscle pain has been associated with starting or changing doses of a medicine, such as a statinCall 911 if:You have sudden weight gain, water retention, or you are urinating less than usualYou are short of breath or have difficulty swallowingYou have muscle weakness or cannot move any part of your bodyYou have vomiting, a very stiff neck, or high feverWhat to Expect at Your Office VisitYour health care provider will perform a physical examination and ask questions about your muscle pain, such as:When did it start? How long did it last?Where is it exactly? Is it all over or only in a specific area?Is it always in the same location?What makes it better or worse?Do other symptoms occur at the same time, like joint pain, fever, vomiting, weakness, malaise, or difficulty using the affected muscle?Is there a pattern to the muscle aches?Have you taken any new medications lately?Tests that may be done include:Complete blood count (CBC)Other blood tests to look at muscle enzymes (creatine kinase) and possibly a test for Lyme disease or a connective tissue disorderPhysical therapy may be helpful.PreventionWarm up before exercising and cool down afterward.Stretch before and after exercising.Drink lots of fluids before, during, and after exercise.If you work in the same position most of the day (like sitting at a computer), stretch at least every hour.ReferencesBennett RM. Fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. In: Goldman L, Schafer AI, eds. Goldmans Cecil Medicine. 24th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Saunders Elsevier; 2011:chap 282.Brinker MR, OConnor DP, Almekinders LC, et al. Physiology of injury to musculoskeletal structures: 1. Muscle and tendon injury. In: DeLee JC, Drez D Jr, Miller MD, eds. DeLee and Drezs Orthopaedic Sports Medicine. 3rd ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Saunders Elsevier; 2009:chap 1, section A.advertisementReview Date:4/14/2013Reviewed By:Linda J. Vorvick, MD, Medical Director and Director of Didactic Curriculum, MEDEX Northwest Division of Physician Assistant Studies, Department of Family Medicine, UW Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Washington. Also reviewed by A.D.A.M. Health Solutions, Ebix, Inc., Editorial Team: David Zieve, MD, MHA, Bethanne Black, Stephanie Slon, and Nissi Wang.last_img read more

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Starters are getting the hook early this postseasonDifference between actual and expected batters faced from the fourth inning onward, for Division Series and Wild Card games 20172411.51.97.39.8-2.6 FIRST THREE INNINGSREST OF GAME This trend was already starting to emerge last postseason, when starters were getting a slightly quicker hook than expected. And it got a bunch of attention on the game’s biggest stage, as Cleveland’s Terry Francona and the Cubs’ Joe Maddon each drew praise from analysts for deploying their bullpens creatively en route to the World Series. So perhaps it shouldn’t be surprising that this year, almost every playoff manager seems to be emulating Francona and Maddon. In 2017 to date, relievers are tossing an incredible 52 percent of the available innings in playoff games — which, if it holds up, would be the first time they’ve cracked half the innings in a single postseason since at least the beginning of baseball’s expanded playoffs in 1969.4I estimated this for seasons before 2009 by using the postseason pitching data in Sean Lahman’s database, parceling out innings by role in proportion with how many of a pitcher’s postseason appearances came in starts or in relief.That’s not to say starters’ roles are being completely diminished in the modern postseason. Some, like Boston’s David Price on Sunday, are being asked to enter the game as relievers, where they stand to be more effective anyway. One side effect of managers having such an all-hands-on-deck approach in every postseason game is that any pitcher — starter or reliever — could be asked to play an important role in any given game. The kind of appearance that used to be reserved for legendary pitchers in must-win games, such as Pedro Martinez’s six-inning relief masterpiece in Game 5 of the 1999 ALDS or Randy Johnson’s scoreless inning and a third in Game 7 of the 2001 World Series, might become the norm.But if the early games of this postseason are any indication, teams will have to weather a rough first few innings from their starters before settling in for the bullpen chess match. For better and for worse, it’s just another way in which 2017-style baseball is starting to look very different from the game we all grew up watching.Check out our latest MLB predictions. 20143211.70.912.912.1+0.8 Sunday night’s American League Division Series game between the New York Yankees and Cleveland Indians was a true pitchers’ duel — the kind of taut, low-scoring affair we tend to think of when we conjure up mental images of postseason baseball.It was also completely out of place in this year’s playoffs.Through Sunday’s games, this is the highest-scoring postseason through the Division Series1Including Wild Card games since 2012. in 15 years, with the typical score resembling the Nationals’ 6-3 win over the Cubs Saturday night (or the pair of 8-2 victories the Astros hung on the Red Sox to open their series) much more closely than the Yankees’ 1-0 Game 3 margin. Starting pitchers have borne the brunt of the damage, and — coming on the heels of the Postseason of the Reliever — managers have used this as an excuse to hook them quicker than ever. All signs point to this being a bullpen-dominated postseason like no other.For all the comparing of rotation strengths we love to do going into the playoffs, few starters have fared well in October so far. According to our game score metric, which quantifies a pitcher’s performance in a given start according to a variety of stats, starters are collectively suffering their fourth-worst early-round performance since 1995.2Division Series and/or Wild Card. They’re also allowing their worst ERA and easily pitching the fewest innings per start of any postseason in that span. Not even Corey Kluber and Chris Sale, probably the two best pitchers in baseball this season, were immune to downright awful starts in the postseason’s first week.But more significantly, starters are also being pulled out of games much earlier than usual, even after accounting for their rocky performances. To judge this, I tracked each starter’s performance in all Division Series and Wild Card games since 2009,3The earliest season for which ESPN’s Stats & Information Group has data broken out by inning. breaking the game down into two chunks — the first three innings were one unit, and everything from the fourth inning onward was another. Not surprisingly, there’s a pretty reliable relationship between how few runs a starter yields in his first three innings of work and how many batters he gets to face over the remainder of the ballgame, which we can use to set up an expectation for how long each start will last, controlling for performance. So far this year, starters are being allowed to face about two and a half fewer batters after the third inning than we’d expect based on how many runs they allowed through three: 20113812.21.411.211.0+0.2 Average3412.01.311.211.2— POSTSEASONSTARTSBATTERS FACEDRUNS ALLOWEDBATTERS FACEDEXPECTED BATTERS FACEDDIFF. Expected batters faced from the fourth inning onward based on runs allowed through the first three innings.Source: ESPN Stats & Info 20124412.01.211.611.5+0.1 20154212.31.710.710.3+0.4 20103012.00.912.512.1+0.4 20134011.71.212.111.5+0.6 20163412.41.79.310.3-1.0 20092612.30.812.712.4+0.3 read more

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COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The No. 9 Ohio State Buckeyes faced off against Maryland on Nov. 17 in Maryland Stadium. The Buckeyes won 52-51 in overtime, improving their overall record to 10-1. Photos by Casey Cascaldo. The Buckeyes arrive at Maryland Stadium on Nov. 17 prior to the start of the Ohio State-Maryland game. Credit: Casey Cascaldo | Photo Editor

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first_imgLeicester City manager Claude Puel who is already used to playing in the Champions League during his career has emphasized the importance of ambition being included as part of the competition.Following their Premier League title heroics, Puel’s team featured in Europe’s elite competition during the 2016-17 season.On the other hand, Leicester greets West Ham to the King Power on Saturday, having grabbed nine points without reaching the top four places.“When I was a player or when I was a manager in France I managed and played a lot of international games – Champions League games, Europa League,” Puel said via Sky Sport.“It’s important to have the ambition and I hope for the club to find this competition again.Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedLiverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“I hope we can find this level again. When I look at the games on Tuesday and Wednesday nights it’s hard. I would like to find the possibility again with this club.“If we continue to work with consistency and stability, why not?“When Leicester were champions, the season after it was difficult to have the consistency in Premier League and Europe.“When the club doesn’t have the habits to play every three days it’s difficult to maintain good results. Leicester needs to go step-by-step, to find good stability.”last_img read more

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