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813Area has new update 23 hours ago Rays prospects and minor leagues: McKay shuts down RailRiders’ ringers
Durham pitching continued to excel against Scranton/Wilkes-Barre’s tough lineup. When you’re the top prospect in baseball, fans find out about why you left a game early almost immediately: Slipped out of the box on a double in rainy conditions. Stayed in the game initially but was removed for what appeared to be precautionary reasons. https://t.co/IF394ZLhrU— Josh Norris (@jnorris427) June 16, 2019 With the Midwest League All-Star break nearly upon us, I actually think it’s fair to wonder if Wander Franco played his last game with Bowling Green. Of course, he could be right back in the lineup Sunday. Following minor league All-Star Games is a pretty standard time to promote deserving players, and he certainly seems deserving. Triple-A Durham Bulls (42-26) Brendan McKay dominated again in Durham’s 2-0 win over Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. After Jake Cronenworth opened with another scoreless inning, McKay was sharp through five of his own, striking out seven and giving up just one hit and one walk. Kean Wong’s RBI single in the third opened the scoring, and Michael Perez later homered. DH Nate Lowe: 0-for-2, 1 BB, 2 K (.870)2B Nick Solak: 0-for-3 (.869)C Michael Perez: 1-for-3, 1 R, 1 HR, 1 RBI, 1 K (1.056) RHP Jake Cronenworth: 1 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 1 K (0.00)LHP Brendan McKay: 5 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 7 K (1.35)RHP Ian Gibaut: 1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 0 K (0.00) Durham’s site offers this recap. Double-A Montgomery Biscuits (43-25) Montgomery had a rough time in extra innings in its Game 1, 10-4 loss to Chattanooga. After neither team took advantage of the free runner in the eighth, the Lookouts piled up seven runs in the ninth. The first five batters reached base against Phoenix Sanders, and Brett Sullivan had to finish the inning. Paul Campbell allowed three runs in seven frames. Pitching was better in the Biscuits’ 2-0 win in Game 2. Tyler Zombro opened with two perfect innings, and Blake Bivens followed with four strikeouts in four frames. Ivan Pelaez finished the game. Kevin Padlo’s two-run homer accounted for all the offense. CF Josh Lowe (1): 0-for-4, 1 BB (.730)RF Jesus Sanchez (1): 2-for-4, 1 2B, 1 RBI, 1 KRF Jesus Sanchez (2): 0-for-3, 1 K (.816)SS Lucius Fox (2): 0-for-2, 1 K (.714)C David Rodriguez (1): 2-for-4, 1 R, 1 HR, 2 RBI (.638) RHP Paul Campbell (1): 7 IP, 8 H, 3 ER, 2 BB, 4 K (4.15)RHP Brett Sullivan (1): 1 IP, 1 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 0 K (4.50)RHP Blake Bivens (2): 4 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 4 K (4.41) Class A-Advanced Charlotte Stone Crabs (35-31) FSL South All-Stars won, 2-0 2B Taylor Walls: 1-for-2, 1 K3B Jim Haley: 0-for-1, 1 K, 1 HBP RHP Mikey York: 1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 2 K Class-A Bowling Green Hot Rods (39-30) Matthew Liberatore struck out a career-high nine batters in Bowling Green’s 7-1 win over Lansing. In seven scoreless innings, he gave up just three singles and a walk, and he was supported by some early offense. Chris Betts his a sacrifice fly in the first, and Ford Proctor and Roberto Alvarez each hit RBI singles in the four-run first. SS Wander Franco: 1-for-4, 1 R, 1 2B (.910)1B Kaleo Johnson: 2-for-4, 2 R, 1 RBI, 1 BB, 1 K (.774)RF Grant Witherspoon: 4-for-5, 1 R, 1 RBI, 1 SB (.750)3B Ford Proctor: 2-for-4, 1 R, 1 RBI, 1 BB (.712) LHP Matthew Liberatore: 7 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 9 K (1.85) Short-Season Hudson Valley Renegades (1-1) Hudson Valley’s offense was better in its 6-1 win over Aberdeen. Jordyn Muffley’s RBI single in the first gave the Renegades an early lead, and K.V. Edwards hit a run-scoring triple in the seventh. Muffley later singled in two runs in the four-run ninth. Zack Trageton struck out four in five scoreless innings. 3B Carlos Vargas: 1-for-5, 1 2B, 1 RBI, 1 K (.333)C Jonathan Embry: 1-for-2, 1 R, 1 2B, 2 BB, 1 K, 1 HBP (1.800)RF Hill Alexander: 1-for-2, 3 BB (1.300) RHP Zack Trageton: 5 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 4 K (0.00) CLICK HERE FOR ALL BOX SCORES Sunday’s games (probables courtesy of milb.com) Durham vs. Scranton/Wilkes-Barre 5:05 p.m. ET (MiLB.TV, radio stream) TBA vs. Drew Hutchison (5-4, 5.14) Montgomery vs. Chattanooga 6:05 p.m. ET (MiLB.TV, radio stream)Josh Fleming (5-3, 3.86) vs. TBA Charlotte is at the All-Star break. Bowling Green @ Lansing 1:05 p.m. ET (MiLB.TV, radio stream)TBA vs. Troy Miller (2-3, 5.29) Hudson Valley vs. Lowell 4:05 p.m. ET (MiLB.TV, radio stream)TBA vs. TBA *Listed as TBA on milb.com Scouting the opposition Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (Yankees)38-28 (1st in IL North)Offense: 367 R (3rd) .849 OPS (1st)Pitching: 4.39 ERA (2nd) 1.32 WHIP (1st)Top-30 prospects: RHP Michael King (5), RHP Chance Adams (15), SS Thairo Estrada (27), RHP Danny Farquhar, C Erik Kratz, 1B Logan Morrison Chattanooga Lookouts (Cincinnati)36-32Offense: 285 R (2nd) .724 OPS (2nd)Pitching: 4.04 ERA (8th) 1.38 WHIP (8th)Top-30 prospects: OF Taylor Trammell (3), RHP Tony Santillan (5), C Tyler Stephenson (6), OF Jose Siri (9), OF T.J. Friedl (12), SS Alfredo Rodriguez (22), 1B Ibandel Isabel (24), LHP Scott Moss (25), RHP Ryan Hendrix (28), RHP Joel Kuhnel (30) Lansing Lugnuts (Toronto)31-37Offense: 303 R (4th) .728 OPS (2nd)Pitching: 4.41 ERA (13th) 1.44 WHIP (13th)Top-30 prospects: SS Jordan Groshans (5), OF Griffin Conine (15), C Gabriel Moreno (20), RHP Sean Wymer (26) Lowell Spinners (Boston)1-1 (T-2nd in NYPL Stedler)Offense: Will update next seriesPitching: Will update next seriesTop-30 prospects: SS Antoni Flores (9), OF Nick Decker (16), 3B Nicholas Northcut (19) Daily news and links With Fernando Tatis Jr. graduating from the list, #Rays SS Wander Franco is now the No. 1 player on our list of MLB's Top 100 Prospects: https://t.co/GHKO6yYsIe pic.twitter.com/YeNwCJPqhs— MLB Pipeline (@MLBPipeline) June 15, 2019
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813Area has new update 1 day ago USF Spring Game 2019 - Reviewing Crucial Plays
Let’s take a deeper look at three important plays from the spring game and see what lessons can be learned before fall camp begins. USF’s spring football game has Bulls fans buzzing to see this newly revamped offense in action against live competition. Obviously, Kerwin Bell didn’t want to show his hand too much for the Wisconsin game on August 30, but they did showcase some electric plays. First play of the game The first play of the game was the most important play for Kerwin Bell to get the offense on the right foot, and begin a new era of USF Football. Bell touts a “Play fast, score faster” attitude, and poetically the first play of the 2019 Spring Game was a touchdown pass right up the seam from Blake Barnett to Mitchell Wilcox. So was this the offense being dynamic? the defense not knowing what to do and a blown coverage? It seemed like a little bit of both. One crucial change to the offense this offseason was Johnny Ford moving from running back, to slot receiver. Bell wants Ford to be the dynamic playmaker and get the ball into his hands in any way possible (think Percy Harvin when he was at Florida). So of course, Johnny Ford lines up as a running back for the first play. With the defense familiar with Ford’s speed and elusiveness, both linebackers kept their eyes on Ford and bit on the run fake to the outside, leaving Wilcox uncovered running a seam route in-between the hash marks. The two safeties covered the two deep out routes ran by the outside receivers and the corners played underneath, leaving Wilcox by himself in the middle of the field. The Daily Stampede was able to confirm that the play was set up to be a misdirection, and the seam route was installed the morning of the spring game to catch the defense with their guard down. If Bell is willing to do something like this for a spring game, it’s going to be exciting to see what he has in store for Wisconsin. Finding the Mismatch (again) Using your players properly and playing to their strengths was a foreign concept the last two years, but Bell clearly knows which of his players he can use to create mismatches against a defense. One player who has shown flashes of speed and route running is Jernard Phillips, who finally got the chance to showcase his skills during the spring game. Late in the first quarter, with (now transferring) third-string QB Octavious Battle at the helm, Phillips ran a slant and go, got behind the defense, and Battle made the perfect throw for an easy touchdown. Despite Phillips and DeVontres Dukes both running deep routes (almost to the same spot), Phillips was able to get behind both DBs using his speed. This philosophy of offense was something that Willie Taggart and company were able to master during the pinnacle of the Gulf Coast Offense. Bell did say during the spring that the QBs will have to make multiple reads and go through their progressions, but in this case, the progression was simple on the first read. Growing pains and missed opportunities As much as we want this offense to be perfect, they are going to make mistakes. One play that stuck out was a flow concept, used to put Michigan transfer WR Eddie McDoom in as much space as possible. This play was set up by the play before, where Blake Barnett fakes a toss to Odunayo Seriki. The flow of the offense is going to the right side, and Barnett keeps it and runs it up the middle for a minimal gain. (Remember, the QB has a non-contact jersey, so when he gets touched the play is blown dead.) On the next play, the same fake toss happens, and the entire defense flows with Seriki. More importantly, the linebackers fall for the play action once again. McDoom releases off of the linebacker and begins going against the flow, while the two receivers run deep routes with the flow of the offense. Knowing McDoom’s speed, there’s a strong chance he goes for a TD if the receivers block downfield for him, but Barnett throws it behind him and it falls incomplete. Bell knows his offense still has a long way to go before they have the art of the Show and Go mastered. However, despite these growing pains, the offense was still able to register 500 passing yards between the three QBs. Comments made by the coaching staff and players after the game indicated that the offense is mostly entirely installed, and now it’s down to the players to perfect it and minimize the mistakes.
813Area has new update 1 day ago Balance: Forever Young
The expression, “you are only as young as you feel”, may be revised to “you are only as young as your ability to balance.” Try this: Stand on one leg, close your eyes and count to 30. Repeat this standing on your other leg. How did you do? Unless you are under the age of 25, chances are you were unable to hold this pose for that length of time. The popular Nintendo Wii Fit uses a similar test to estimate a person’s biological age or “true” age. Why is balance a good indicator of youthfulness? Our ability to balance is a reflection of our posture, a measure of our reflexes and a gauge of our muscle strength, especially the core. It also reduces our chance of injury, improves agility, coordination and grace. These attributes are important to everyone, young and old, athletes and regular folks, whether the goal is to accomplish daily tasks or extremely challenging sports. There are many conditions that can affect balance–strokes, diabetes, inner ear problems, foot problems, high or low blood pressure and certain medications, to name a few. As we age, the likelihood of having one or more of these conditions increases. No wonder a lack of balance is associated with the elderly. The consequences of falling are also very serious. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found that 30% of seniors, age 65 or older, who fall and break their hip, will die within a year. The statistics on younger people are far less clear. Accidents,read more The post Balance: Forever Young appeared first on Destination Tampa Bay.
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Great food although over-priced. Best choices off the Ava Pizza Menu can be found here! Friendly & quick service

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Ballast Point is adjacent to Hillsborough Bay which makes for a great spot to enjoy the sunrise or sunset on the water! There is a 600-foot pier, a shaded splash park, playground, picnic areas, a gazebo and a boat dock/ramp. Perfect spot for a picnic!

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Fantastic food at a reasonable price!

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This is a pretty decent chain Italian restaurant. Great for a late night meal.

Jillian Conway on King Of The Coop
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The Nashville Hot sandwich is really spicy but delicious if you like hot foods! I also tried the Dirty Bird which has pimento cheese on it.. This is a foodies dream!

Pros: HUSH PUPPIES!

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Datz dough has some of the best donuts you've ever tried, full stop. Creative and unique pastries as well.

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Best time

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the fade game is crazy,great service clean And prices are great come check them out you won’t be disappointed

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