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813Area has new update 9 hours ago Rays prospects and minor leagues: Cronenworth, Wong set table in Durham win
Durham’s No. 1 and No. 2 hitters reached base seven times and scored six times Tuesday. Since Wander Franco left a game early just about two weeks ago, he’s on a nine-game hitting streak. His OPS is up 203 points, and he has six extra-base hits. He’s the youngest player in the Midwest League. Triple-A Durham Bulls (7-10) Durham received one of its best pitching performances of the season in a 9-2 win over Louisville. The Bulls had four pitchers combine to strike out 15, led by Casey Sadler’s six in 3 2?3 innings. Durham took a comfortable lead early with two runs in each of the first two innings. Kean Wong had an RBI hit in both of those innings, and he scored the final run of the game in the ninth. 1B Nate Lowe: 1-for-3, 1 R, 1 2B, 2 RBI, 1 BB, 2 K (1.051)LF Nick Solak: 0-for-5, 2 K (.724)SS Jake Cronenworth: 1-for-3, 2 R, 2 BB (1.013)2B Kean Wong: 3-for-4, 4 R, 1 2B, 2 RBI, 1 BB, 1 SB (.690)DH Mike Brosseau: 3-for-5, 1 3B, 4 RBI (1.053) RHP Casey Sadler: 3 2?3 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 6 K Double-A Montgomery Biscuits (10-8) Arturo Reyes pitched another fine outing in Montgomery’s 7-3 win over Mississippi. He threw his third straight quality start and lasted seven innings in consecutive starts. This time, he allowed three runs. Tristan Gray’s sacrifice fly in the first gave the Biscuits a 1-0 lead, and he doubled in two more in the third. He hit another RBI double in the fifth. SS Lucius Fox: did not bat (.711)CF Miles Mastrobuoni: 2-for-4, 2 R, 2 SB (1.120)SS Tristan Gray: 2-for-4, 1 R, 2 2B, 4 RBI (.753)LF Brett Sullivan: 1-for-5, 2 R, 1 HR, 1 RBI, 2 K (.689)2B Jermaine Palacios: 2-for-3, 1 R, 1 BB, 1 K, 1 SB (.431) RHP Arturo Reyes: 7 IP, 5 H, 3 ER, 1 BB, 6 K (3.13) Class A-Advanced Charlotte Stone Crabs (6-13) Charlotte lost a lead late in its 5-3 loss to Tampa. RBI triples from Vidal Brujan and Carl Chester gave the Stone Crabs a 2-1 lead in the third, and they added a run in the fifth. However, they didn’t have a hit over the final five innings. In the eighth, the Tarpons went ahead for good with four runs off Chandler Raiden. Jhonleider Salinas opened, and Tobias Myers threw four scoreless innings. SS Vidal Brujan: 2-for-3, 2 R, 1 3B, 1 RBI, 2 BB, 1 K, 2 SB (.848)LF Moises Gomez: 0-for-5, 2 K (.487)DH Garrett Whitley: 1-for-3, 1 BB, 2 K (.745) RHP Tobias Myers: 4 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 4 K (4.41) Charlotte’s site offers this recap. Class-A Bowling Green Hot Rods (10-9) Bowling Green’s comeback fell short in an 8-7 loss to Fort Wayne. The Hot Rods faced deficits of 5-3 and 8-4. In the seventh, Roberto Alvarez and Beau Brundage hit RBI singles, and a wild pitch pulled them within one. In the eighth, Wander Franco’s one-out double put two runners in scoring position, but Bowling Green squandered the opportunity. Joe Ryan was charged with five runs — two earned — in four innings. SS Wander Franco: 3-for-3, 2 R, 3 2B, 1 BB, 1 HBP (.856)LF Grant Witherspoon: 2-for-3, 2 R, 1 RBI, 1 K, 1 SB, 1 CS, 1 HBP (.800) RHP Joe Ryan: 4 IP, 8 H, 5 R (2 ER), 0 BB, 6 K (4.32) Bowling Green’s site offers this recap. CLICK HERE FOR ALL BOX SCORES Wednesday’s games (probables courtesy of milb.com) Durham @ Louisville 7 p.m. ET (MiLB.TV, radio stream)TBA vs. Jose Lopez (1-1, 4.50) Montgomery @ Mississippi 7:35 p.m. ET (MiLB.TV, radio stream)Josh Fleming (1-1, 2.00) vs. Kyle Muller (0-0, 3.12) Charlotte vs. Tampa 1 p.m. ET (radio stream)Paul Campbell (1-2, 6.60) vs. Deivi Garcia (0-2, 3.75) Bowling Green @ Fort Wayne 11:05 a.m. ET (MiLB.TV, radio stream)TBA vs. TBA *Listed as TBA on milb.com Scouting the opposition Louisville Bats (Cincinnati)8-11 (3rd in IL West)Offense: 82 R (8th) .727 OPS (10th)Pitching: 4.04 ERA (5th) 1.38 WHIP (6th)Top-30 prospects: OF Nick Senzel (1), RHP Vladimir Gutierrez (7), RHP Keury Mella (15), RHP Jimmy Herget (17), OF Aristides Aquino (18) Mississippi Braves9-8 (3rd in SL South)Offense: 56 R (4th) .700 OPS (3rd)Pitching: 2.77 ERA (2nd) 1.36 WHIP (9th)Top-30 prospects: RHP Ian Anderson (2), OF Drew Waters (7), OF Cristian Pache (8), LHP Kyle Muller (11), LHP Joey Wentz (12), RHP Patrick Weigel (13), 3B CJ Alexander (18), RHP Huascar Ynoa (19), LHP Tucker Davidson (21), SS Ray-Patrick Didder (30) Tampa Tarpons (Yankees)8-11 (4th in FSL North)Offense: 76 R (2nd) .645 OPS (6th)Pitching: 4.22 ERA (11th) 1.42 WHIP (12th)Top-30 prospects: OF Estevan Florial (1), RHP Deivi Garcia (6), RHP Clarke Schmidt (13), C Jason Lopez (21), RHP Frank German (23) Fort Wayne TinCaps (San Diego)10-8 (T-2nd in MWL East)Offense: 76 R (3rd) .651 OPS (11th)Pitching: 3.55 ERA (9th) 1.31 WHIP (5th)Top-30 prospects: LHP Ryan Weathers (13), SS Xavier Edwards (21) Daily news and links At least one organization is taking a different approach to pitcher workload increases: Anthopoulos said last week that they're not going on the hard innings limit w/ pitchers, the next-year 20-30 inn. increase limit and all that. Said it's not proven to be effective in preventing injuries. They're going case-by-case basis, checking with guys as the season goes on. https://t.co/yizboMWEBl— David O'Brien (@DOBrienATL) April 22, 2019
813Area has new update 9 hours ago Quick Strikes: Syracuse Crunch win game three
The comeback is on! Can you feel it? The Bolts Matthew Esteves gave a guest lecture at the SB Nation main page on the topic of what the hell happened to the Tampa Bay Lightning. His analysis of the situation, taking all things into account, is very well thought out and, in my opinion, absolutely bang on. A must-read piece. [SB Nation] This season’s Tampa Bay Lightning are the only Presidents’ Trophy winner in NHL history to be swept in the first round. The Lightning didn’t falter due to a “lack of heart” or not having enough “character”, as some narratives would like to imply. The Lightning lost this series due to a variety of factors — most importantly: an inability to carry play consistently at five-on-five, a failure to adapt to the forecheck of Columbus, their special teams failing to live up to expectations, and their Vezina Trophy-caliber goaltender struggling at the worst time. If you want to hear more from Matt, he went on the a New York Rangers podcast and was fully delightful. .@OhRyanMead and @Kaps_Locked discuss the @NYRangers presidential search, John Davidson's future role, evaluating players in a rebuilding year + play Staal v. Pionk. Then, @mattestevesSBN of @RawCharge fame drops by to talk @TBLightning and the future.https://t.co/hss6TYe9Y3— Blueshirts Breakaway (@BlueshirtsBreak) April 23, 2019 We here at Raw Charge are engaging in our annual player grades, and we want your input! Follow the link below and give your letter grades on each of the players that played on the Bolts. We, the writers, will do the same and the player profiles will be posted in the near future! [Raw Charge] Just like last year, we’re opening the process to all the readers to join in with the writers in grading the players. We’re asking you to fill out a quick survey using the typical A-F grading scale for thirteen forwards, eight defenders, and two goalies. The more people who respond the better so we encourage everyone to get involved. The Prospects The Syracuse Crunch need to win three straight against the Cleveland Monsters and they completed one third of that task on Tuesday night in a 2-1 victory. Alex Barre-Boulet and Andy Andreoff scored for the Crunch, while Eddie Pasquale stopped 25 of 26 in the win. [The AHL] Syracuse kept its season alive on Tuesday night with a 2-1 road victory over Cleveland in Game 3 of their North Division semifinal series. The Monsters still hold a 2-1 series lead as they prepare to host Game 4 on Thursday. AHL rookie of the year Alex Barre-Boulet had a goal and an assist for the Crunch and Andy Andreoff‘s power-play goal 31 seconds into the third period proved to be the game-winner. The power play coming through for us. #SYRvsCLE | #RaiseIt pic.twitter.com/hu9R5f5uTH— y - Syracuse Crunch (@SyracuseCrunch) April 24, 2019 Before the game, JustinG. gave a speech on what the Crunch need to accomplish in order to climb the mountain, starting with game three. Safe to say they did a few of the things Justin hoped they would do. [Raw Charge] That has to stop. It’s hard enough to win a playoff game as it is, and it becomes doubly so when you’re making it easy for your opponent. The Crunch have to find a way to beat the Cleveland forecheck. As important as the blocked shot has been to the Monsters, all it does is prevent goals. It’s the forecheck that has been leading to the offense for Cleveland. One game at a time.#SYRvsCLE | #RaiseIt : https://t.co/hkDtqkXnbg pic.twitter.com/ttSHVq2Nux— y - Syracuse Crunch (@SyracuseCrunch) April 24, 2019 And finally, the Orlando Solar Bears are on their way to the second round of the Kelly Cup Playoffs! Hurray! 'Blades have advanced in the Kelly Cup Playoffs presented by @smiledirectclub Here is the schedule for round two against the Solar Bears!#EverRising pic.twitter.com/p9MTEx0vIh— xy-Florida Everblades (@FL_Everblades) April 23, 2019 The Game The Boston Bruins eliminated the Toronto Maple Leafs in game seven by a score of 5-1 (two of the Bruins goals were empty netters). If you want to read about the game, check out PPP’s recap. they have very nice people over there. [Pension Plan Puppets] Be honest, do you really want to read this? Blueshirt Banter is currently discussing whether to trade the second-overall pick in the 2019 draft. It is a pick they haven’t received in god knows how long and will bring the rebuilding team a massive influx of superstar-level skill and quality. But that’s just my side of the take. [Blueshirt Banter] However, as always happens this time of year, people like to speculate what it would take for a team to either trade for or trade away their first or second-overall pick. It happens every year and it’s one of the more sysphysian debates you’ll have in the offseason because that boulder will never reach that hill, but everyone does it anyway; including me in this article. If you’re just waking up to find out what happened in the late game between the Sharks and Knights, hoo boy. Give yourself some time this morning to read about it and watch the highlights. You can start with the recap from Fear the Fin. 7:34: This has honestly been the most breathless period of hockey I’ve ever watch, and I’ve probably watched a few hundred games of the ole stick-puck. There is just chance after chance after chance, and every time there’s a chance it feels like I have to stop to catch my breath. I hope you’re all enjoying this as much as I am, but also look after yourselves. Breathe and stand up occasionally and all that. Highlight of the Night: Everything from the second half of the third period until the end of the game in San Jose. All of it. Good lord what a game.
USF Oracle has new update
16 hours ago Survey created to measure the well-being of students on campus
The survey has been sent to student emails as well as promoted at tabling events and posters across campus. SPECIAL TO THE ORACLE/OFFICE OF DIVERSITY, INCLUSION AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY.  A “Student Climate Survey” has been sent out to students by the Office of Registrar and the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Equal Opportunity (DIEO) aiming to understand USF’s on-campus experience. The survey is comprised of 39 questions relating to student issues such as sexual violence, interpersonal violence and other diversity issues that are related to race or inequities. The goal is to gain results that will determine if the environment at USF is safe, according to the survey consent form.  The survey was first sent out on April 8 and will be open for responses until April 29. As of April 19, the response rate was 10 percent, but in order for the results to be valid, it has to reach 15 percent.  As an incentive, students who fill out the survey will be entered in a giveaway to win an Apple Watch, wireless Beats headphones or a gift card. The survey has been sent to student emails as well as promoted at tabling events and posters across campus. DIEO has also been working alongside ResEd, ResLife and USF Athletics to increase the survey response title. The 30-seat committee working under the direction of the Title IX Coordinator Cecil Howard have put this survey together. This committee was comprised of cohorts from various departments across campus and is made up of faculty, administrators, staff and students. Howard could not be reached for comment by the time of publication. Senior Deputy Title IX Coordinator Araina Muniz said she hopes that at least 25 percent of the student body participates in the survey.  She said this survey was sent out purposely at the end of the semester in order to provide feedback to the future leaders of the institution.  Specifically, the USF system president.  “We want to set up the stage for the new president and leave a legacy for the current president,” Muniz said. Steve Currall will succeed President Judy Genshaft on July 1 and Britney Deas will succeed Student Body President Moneer Kheireddine at the end of spring semester. Presidential advisory committees will be involved with the analysis of the results, including one that will help to set up and analyze data, according to Muniz.  Muniz said once the data is analyzed, DIEO will be able to determine where to focus their energies more to better suit students.  Muniz said the information will be put to good use and action will be taken soon after.  “It is valuable that we get this information from students,” Muniz said. “Responses are critical.”
USF Oracle has new update
16 hours ago SG umbrella sharing program to launch in the fall
Umbrella rentals will be located at the Marshall Student Center, Campus Recreation and the Library. ORACLE FILE PHOTO/LEDA ALVIM.  With rainy days ahead, students will now be able to rent umbrellas through the Student Government (SG) umbrella sharing program.  The program will officially launch and conduct a pilot during the fall semester. The initiative will provide umbrellas to students at no cost with designated rental periods of 48 hours.  Xiaoran Yuan, assistant director of Academic and Business Affairs for SG, said 400 umbrellas will be distributed across three different on-campus locations: the Marshall Student Center, Campus Recreation and the Library.  The three checkout stations were chosen based on high student traffic areas, according to Yuan. Students will be able to rent umbrellas in one location and return it to any of the three by swiping their student ID cards. SG intended to conduct a pilot program at the beginning of the spring semester. However, the plans changed when the new academic logo was released. The USF Communications and Marketing Department joined the initiative by providing an additional 200 umbrellas which will showcase the logo, Yuan said. The umbrellas with the logo will be funded by the university while the original set will be funded by SG, with a total cost of $1,234. Last week, SG officially closed the deal with the vendor, Professional Marketing Services, to purchase the additional 200 new umbrellas.  No fee will be charged when renting the umbrellas as the initiative is funded by the Activity and Service (A&S). Students pay a flat fee of $7 and $12 per credit hour at the beginning of each semester.  In addition, a blacklist will be created to record the name of students that either didn’t return or damaged the umbrella. The students listed will not be allowed to rent umbrellas in the future, according to Yuan. Yuan said that besides helping students staying dry during rainstorms, it would ultimately help improve their academic life on campus. “The main goal of the initiative is for students not to get soaked when going to class due to unexpected rain weather and to prevent it from interfering with their academic life,” Yuan said. “Each student will have the opportunity to rent an umbrella and arrive on time in class instead of waiting until the rain stops.
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They have some of the best authentic Mexican food in the bay area. I absolutely love their chicken burrito smothered in queso.

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Armature Works is a mixed-use building full of restaurants, bars and retail stores. You'll find innovative eateries in a fun historic structure all on the water. They've also got event rental space and some co-working areas. Cool place!

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Great club, have different music in each floor!

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Cool atmosphere with a lot of buzz. Lots of eating choices so everyone can get what they want! I love Empemamas!

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Great venue for not just dining but also events! So much going on at Armature Works all the time. The coworking offices are really cool too!

Pros: Delicious food with very fun atmosphere.

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Hi Bianca! Welcome to MyArea Network! Thanks for registering and taking the time to post your feedback. By no means to I claim to be an expert; I was assigned this topic by my editor and instructed to write it in "listicle" format. I researched using the restaurant web sites, as well as Facebook and Yelp reviews. I have been to many of these spots, however, this is not a blog format, which is why I did not inject any personal experience. Writers are constantly learning and I felt like I learned a lot putting this listicle together.

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GameTime

1600 E. 8th Ave A147 , Tampa FL, 33605
Get happy with 50% off any individual drinks from our full liquor bar Monday thru Friday 4pm-8pm!

Seasons 52 Wine Bar & Grill

204 N Westshore Blvd , Tampa FL, 33609
Join us for Sunset at Seasons, our happiest hour, for chef-inspired $5 small plates, signature cocktails, and 52 wines by the glass. M-F 4-6:30pm.

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116 N 12th St , Tampa FL, 33602
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