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813Area has new update 17 hours ago Rays prospects and minor leagues: Jones doubles in pro debut
The Rays’ first pick from earlier this month showed a glimpse of his potential in his first game in the organization. Through nine innings, the Midwest League All-Star Game was tied at three. To decide it, each team chose a player for a one-round home run derby. The East naturally selected Monday’s home run derby winner, Chris Betts. He won it and flipped his bat: Watch where the bat landed. pic.twitter.com/A4OEtOjnRW— JJ Cooper (@jjcoop36) June 19, 2019 He was named All-Star Game MVP. Triple-A Durham Bulls (42-27) Durham’s game was postponed. Double-A Montgomery Biscuits (44-26) The SL North All-Stars won, 7-3 RF Jesus Sanchez: 1-for-3, 1 RBI, 1 KDH Josh Lowe: 1-for-3, 1 R, 1 RBI, 1 BBRF Miles Mastrobuoni: 1-for-2, 1 K RHP Sam McWilliams: 1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 1 KLHP Kenny Rosenberg: 1 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 1 KRHP Phoenix Sanders: two-thirds IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 1 KLHP Josh Fleming: one-third IP, 1 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 0 K Class A-Advanced Charlotte Stone Crabs (1-0) Led by Tommy Romero, Charlotte’s pitching staff dominated in a 2-0 win over Fort Myers. After Romero struck out four in 6 1?3, two-hit innings, Chandler Raiden struck out four himself in 1 2?3 frames. Mikey York had two punchouts in the ninth. Thomas Milone singled in the first run in the second inning, and Carl Chester’s RBI single in the seventh added an insurance run. SS Taylor Walls: 0-for-3, 1 BB, 1 K, 1 SB, 1 CS (.797)C Ronaldo Hernandez: 1-for-4, 2 K (.755)LF Moises Gomez: 1-for-4, 1 R, 3 K (.653)DH Garrett Whitley: 0-for-2, 1 BB, 2 K (.710) RHP Tommy Romero: 6 1?3 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 4 K (2.20)RHP Chandler Raiden: 1 2?3 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 4 K (3.14) Class-A Bowling Green Hot Rods (39-31) The actual-baseball portion of the Midwest League All-Star Game ended in a 3-3 tie SS Wander Franco: 0-for-3, 2 KCF Grant Witherspoon: 0-for-1, 1 KC Chris Betts: 0-for-0, 2 BBDH Roberto Alvarez: 0-for-2 RHP Alan Strong: one-third IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 0 KLHP Trey Cumbie: 1 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 0 KRHP Caleb Sampen: 1 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 1 KRHP Easton McGee: one-third IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 0 K Short-Season Hudson Valley Renegades (1-4) Greg Jones’ debut wasn’t enough for Hudson Valley in its 7-3 loss to Vermont. The first-round pick had two hits — including a double — and stole a base as the Renegades’ leadoff hitter and DH. Unfortunately, the Lake Monsters raced out to a 6-0 lead through two innings. Edisson Gonzalez allowed all six of those runs. DH Greg Jones: 2-for-4, 1 R, 1 2B, 1 RBI, 1 K, 1 SB (1.250)3B Luis Arcendo: 2-for-3, 1 R, 1 2B, 1 3B, 1 SB (.930) RHP Edisson Gonzalez: 2 IP, 7 H, 6 ER, 1 BB, 3 K (15.75) Rookie Princeton Rays (0-0) Princeton’s game was postponed. CLICK HERE FOR ALL BOX SCORES Wednesday’s games (probables courtesy of milb.com) Durham @ Pawtucket 5:05 p.m. ET (MiLB.TV, radio stream) DOUBLEHEADERTBA vs. Darwinzon Hernandez (0-0, -.--)TBA vs. TBA Both games will be seven innings. Montgomery is at the All-Star break. Charlotte @ Fort Myers 4:30 p.m. ET (radio stream) DOUBLEHEADERMichael Plassmeyer (2-2, 2.97) vs. TBAJoe Ryan (3-2, 2.40) vs. TBA Both games will be seven innings. Bowling Green is at the All-Star break. Hudson Valley @ Vermont 7:05 p.m. ET (radio stream)TBA vs. TBA Princeton @ Danville 11 a.m. ET (radio stream) DOUBLEHEADER Both games will be seven innings. *Listed as TBA on milb.com Scouting the opposition Pawtucket Red Sox30-38 (6th in IL North)Offense: 328 R (11th) .750 OPS (13th)Pitching: 4.86 ERA (6th) 1.53 WHIP (12th)Top-30 prospects: LHP Darwinzon Hernandez (3), RHP Travis Lakins (17), 1B Josh Ockimey (21), 1B Sam Travis (28), C Oscar Hernandez, RHP Erasmo Ramirez, RHP Ryan Weber Fort Myers Miracle (Minnesota)0-1 (5th in FSL South)Offense: 258 R (8th) .697 OPS (3rd)Pitching: 3.05 ERA (3rd) 1.18 WHIP (1st)Top-30 prospects: SS Royce Lewis (1), OF Trevor Larnach (5), RHP Jhoan Duran (7), RHP Blayne Enlow (8), C Ryan Jeffers (9), IF Jose Miranda (13), OF Akil Baddoo (19), RHP Jordan Balazovic (20), 2B Michael Helman (27), OF Aaron Whitefield (28) Vermont Lake Monsters (Oakland)4-1 (1st in NYPL Stedler)Offense: Will update next seriesPitching: Will update next seriesTop-30 prospects: 3B Jordan Diaz (27) Danville Braves0-0Offense: Will update next seriesPitching: Will update next seriesTop-30 prospects: Roster not yet available Daily news and links Shane McClanahan was on the latest Hot Sheet from Baseball America. This is the story of the season: In an event no one can remember happening before, Dodgers high Class A affiliate Rancho Cucamonga has forfeited its win on June 12 for using an ineligible player https://t.co/15bUYJJddg— Kyle Glaser (@KyleAGlaser) June 15, 2019
813Area has new update 17 hours ago Quick Strikes: Lightning re-sign Braydon Coburn for two years
The contract is worth $1.7 million AAV. The Lightning -Yesterday, the Tampa Bay Lightning announced that they had re-signed defenseman Braydon Coburn for two years. In our coverage of the re-signing, Geo pointed out that contract, which is worth $1.7 million AAV, was a good value. Known more for his stay at home defensive style, Coburn had one of his best offensive seasons in years in 2018-19 with four goals and 19 assists for 23 points in 74 games. It was his first time scoring over 20 points since he had 24 points during the 2011-12 season. He has two other seasons where he scored more with 36 points and 28 points in 2007-08 and 2008-09 respectively. -Coburn and his family took to the Lightning’s twitter to express their pleasure at the new contract. A message from the Coburns! ? ? pic.twitter.com/KtsxbximZw— Tampa Bay Lightning (@TBLightning) June 18, 2019 -Some took a humorous view of the re-signing... “They offered me money and it’s where my stuff is.” https://t.co/1it0ae4YsM— Greg Wyshynski (@wyshynski) June 18, 2019 ...But with $11,240,837 in off-season cap space, the Lighting might be laughing all the way to the bank. *Assuming the 2019-20 ceiling is $83M, and**Assuming Erne, Paquette, Point & Martel are Qualified#Lightning currently have $11,240,837 in off-season cap space1-way: $71,941,6662-way: $3,018,777QO: $3,265,387**BO: $1,833,333= $80,059,163off-season ceiling = $91,300,000*— CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) June 18, 2019 -Speaking of that cap space, fans hoping for a big reversal of the Lightning’s plan with that money may just end up being disappointed. (pay-walled) And so, when Julien BriseBois met the media just a few days after his 62-win team got swept by the No. 8-seeded Columbus Blue Jackets in April, one couldn’t help but wonder if enough time had passed to fully grasp what this stunning development meant moving forward. At the time, the Lightning GM said he wouldn’t blow up his roster despite the shocking loss. Some eight weeks later, with much more time to collect his thoughts, he feels the same way. -Lightning forward Alex Killorn had a lot of nice things to say about teammate Nikita Kucherov recently: “Even when he first started playing with us, I didn’t even know if he was going to stick. But once we saw him play, we saw his skill set and how hard he worked from the first minute he got here. He’s one of those guys that just loves skill work and stays out late on the ice at practice. I’m sure everyone would say that about anybody that’s up for the Lindsay, but it’s true. He works so hard and that’s something he’s been doing right from the start. That’s why he’s where he’s at now. It’s pretty great stuff.” -Meanwhile, in Vegas for the NHL Awards: It’s Jon Cooper, Andrei Vasilevskiy, and Victor Hedman! ?? sighting in Vegas.(Don’t worry, Vasy is here!)#NHLAwards pic.twitter.com/lLUIPvTniE— Tampa Bay Lightning (@TBLightning) June 19, 2019 -As the draft approaches this week, our profile of potential Lightning targets continue. Yesterday, Alan wrote about forward Bobby Brink. He’s one of many players in the first round who has an intriguing skill set but at least one major flaw. And among all those players, the gap between Brink’s obvious talent and equally obvious flaw is perhaps most pronounced. -Speaking of the draft, Diana C. Nearhos wrote up a highly debatable piece for the Times yesterday about the best and worst picks in Lightning history. The Crunch -Staff members from the Syracuse Crunch are in Charlotte this week for the AHL’s annual team business meetings. We’re in Charlotte for a week of meetings and presentations with our fellow @TheAHL teams. #AHLMeetings pic.twitter.com/6W1OW4YY8g— Syracuse Crunch (@SyracuseCrunch) June 18, 2019 -The relationship between the Crunch and Lightning remains one of the most productive between the two leagues: The #NHLDraft gets underway Friday night. Since 2010, every first pick for the #Bolts has appeared in a game for the #SyrCrunch at some point. https://t.co/NprULon3V2— Lukas Favale (@LukasFavale) June 18, 2019 -The Crunch had a flurry of transactions, trades, and other player movements at the end of last week that created quite the stir. In this week’s Syracuse Speaks, we took a look at them all and discussed what they meant for the organization. The Others -Mike Bales is the new assistant coach for the Buffalo Sabres. Joe Yerdon did a feature on him for The Athletic. (pay-walled) -Do you like Finland? Do you feel like you don’t know enough about Finland? Either way...Does Blue Shirt Banter have an article for you! -The Montreal Canadiens and the Toronto Maple Leafs announced their preseason schedules yesterday: Grab your calendars, we've got some hockey to announce!DETAILS ?? https://t.co/c78jaiwCq4#GoHabsGo— Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) June 18, 2019 Mark your calendars, the @MapleLeafs 2019 preseason schedule is here! The Leafs will play eight preseason games this September and kick things off in St. John’s.Full details >> https://t.co/NxwjKD5NA2 pic.twitter.com/IODUxRLhcv— Toronto Maple Leafs (@MapleLeafs) June 18, 2019 -The Jacob Trouba to New York trade yesterday rocked the internet. The reasons behind Trouba wanting to be moved might surprise some: Good for Trouba. pic.twitter.com/jGq5oFoi97— Amalie Benjamin (@AmalieBenjamin) June 18, 2019 -There was another trade yesterday, this time involving the Philadelphia Flyers and the San Jose Sharks: BREAKING: The #Flyers have acquired defenseman Justin Braun from San Jose in exchange for a second-round pick in this year's draft (41st overall) and third-round pick in the 2020 NHL Draft.— Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers) June 18, 2019 -The Anaheim Ducks made some in-house promotions yesterday: #NHLDucks have promoted Dave Nonis to assistant GM. Previous title was consultant to GM Bob Murray. SVP of hockey ops David McNab has also signed a two-year contract extension.— Frank Seravalli (@frank_seravalli) June 18, 2019 -End of the season banners have been selected! (NSFW) Every NHL Team's End of Season Banner pic.twitter.com/nD6Ghj2Zre— Jillian Fisher (@FisherJillian) June 18, 2019 -Court cases involving former NHL’ers and their families appear to be set to move forward: After a court hearing in Minneapolis today, it appears likely that lawsuits filed vs NHL by Dan Carcillo, Nick Boynton & the family of Steve Montador will be returned to Chicago to will proceed to trial.Lawyers involved expect the Montador case vs the NHL to move ahead first.— Rick Westhead (@rwesthead) June 18, 2019 -Mike McKenna recently had a very special guest on his podcast: AHL referee Jamie Koharski. Here’s a show for you… 6DMM 14: Jamie Koharski episode of 6 Degrees with Mike McKennahttps://t.co/A2WwWL7jeV— Mike McKenna (@MikeMcKenna56) June 18, 2019 -The landscape of the NWHL has changed quite a bit thanks to the #ForTheGame movement and the Olympics. Could the league turn to D-III talent to help fill their ranks? The 2017-18 season proved that NWHL hockey was still engaging and entertaining without members of Team USA in the league and players like Fluke and Lewicki were a big part of that. Which is why Morrisette and other new pros from D-III schools could prove to be what makes the 2019-20 NWHL season a reality. Late last night, the Flyers signed Kevin Hayes to a seven year contract extension. Seven years, $50 million, $7.14M AAV.— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) June 19, 2019
813Area has new update 1 day ago Rays 3, Yankees 6: Stanton returns to the Bronx
It was another tough night for the Rays After getting shut out by Masahiro Tanaka in the series opener, the Rays looked to even the series in tonight’s contest, featuring opener Ryne Stanek opposite J.A. Happ for the Yankees. But the game’s start didn’t quite go as planned: Start of tonight's #Rays #Yankees game will be delayed.— Eduardo A. Encina (@EddieInTheYard) June 18, 2019 All in all, it was a one hour, sixteen minute delay: 36 minute power outage or a one-hour rain delay? I'm just saying— Juan Toribio (@juanctoribio) June 18, 2019 Both teams brought a different look to their respective lineups, with the Yankees with a new addition off the injured list: Big G's Back Powered by @Biofreeze pic.twitter.com/U55Aojm9QU— New York Yankees (@Yankees) June 18, 2019 For the Rays, a new leadoff hitter: Your @Raysbaseball starting lineup #Raysup #MLB pic.twitter.com/YedbZHRlEB— FOX Sports Florida (@FOXSportsFL) June 19, 2019 Nursing a mild hamstring issue, Yandy Diaz was left out of the starting lineup. As the game started, the rain continued to fall, and while Happ pitched a scoreless first, Stanek found himself in some trouble in the bottom half, allowing the first two batters to reach base. A goundout, an uncomfortably deep sac fly and a pop out limited the damage to one. The Rays responded with two baserunners of their own in the second after singles by Kevin Kiermaier and and Guillermo Heredia brought Mike Zunino to the plate: TIE GAME @Raysbaseball catcher Mike Zunino hits an RBI single up the middle scoring @KKiermaier39??Watch @Raysbaseball LIVE now on FOX Sports Sun | FOX Sports Go #RaysUp #MLB pic.twitter.com/dBTedNQB9O— FOX Sports Florida (@FOXSportsFL) June 19, 2019 Stanek went back out for the second inning, but faced only one batter before conceding to lefty Ryan Yarbrough to finish that inning and the next few thereafter. After a leadoff double by Pham to start the top half of the third, old-school baseball fans rejoiced as Avisail Garcia drove in they Rays’ second run of the game by poking a ground ball to the opposite side of the infield, beating the shifted infield: RAYS TAKE THE LEAD @AvisailGarcia notches an RBI single to right field scoring @TphamLV and giving @Raysbaseball the 2-1 advantage Watch @RaysBaseball LIVE now on FOX Sports Sun | FOX Sports Go #RaysUp #MLB pic.twitter.com/PQ3PwRoXHc— FOX Sports Florida (@FOXSportsFL) June 19, 2019 Yarbrough continued to stifle the Yankees, twirling three scoreless innings before giving way to Chaz Roe. Unlike Yarbrough, it wouldn’t be a scoreless outing for the Rays right handed reliever. After allowing four consecutive singles, and a fifth later in the inning, the Yankees led 4-2. The Rays wouldn’t go down quietly, though. Following Oliver Drake’s scoreless sixth, they cut the deficit in half when Travis d’Arnaud doubled to score Joey Wendle on an aggressive baserunning play that paid off: ???? SAFE AT HOME ????Travis d'Arnaud comes up with an RBI double for @Raysbaseball to bring the deficit to 1!Watch @RaysBaseball LIVE now on FOX Sports Sun | FOX Sports Go #RaysUp #MLB pic.twitter.com/qFb7E7ZnVZ— FOX Sports Florida (@FOXSportsFL) June 19, 2019 But the Yankees took that run right back, as Drake gave up a home run to the scalding hot Cameron Maybin, his fourth longball in as many games. Recent callup Andrew Kittredge took over with one out to hold the Yankees at five. Like Drake, Kittredge returned the following inning, and also like Drake, allowed a solo homer, this time to newly acquired Edwin Encarnacion. It was his first hit in a Yankee uniform. Aroldis Chapman struck out the side in the ninth, and I indeed enjoyed the telecast and not the outcome. #Rays lose 6-3 and have now lost 14 of the last 15 series' at Yankee Stadium.— Juan Toribio (@juanctoribio) June 19, 2019 Ouch. The Rays can pull back within a game and a half with a win tomorrow afternoon. Blake Snell gets the ball for the Rays and CC Sabathia for the Yankees. Here’s some good news!
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1 day ago USF student with autism will compete in Miss Florida pageant
Rachel focuses on raising acceptance for people with autism and other disabilities with her Ability Beyond Disabilities platform. SPECIAL TO THE ORACLE It takes more than waving to the audience and wearing shining crowns to bear the title of Miss Florida. History will be made this year as the first candidate with autism will compete for the title and inspire many as she shares her story. Rachel Barcellona, a junior majoring in English and communications, is the current 2019 Miss Manatee River and will be competing for the crown of Miss Florida for the first time. She was first diagnosed with autism at the age of three and was told by people that she would never graduate or have any friends because of her disability. Turns out those people were wrong. As a way to help develop her social skills and make friends, Rachel started competing in pageants when she was five and has won several titles ever since then. “I have autism and I’ve always competed in pageants since I was 5 years old as it helped me come out of my shell,” Rachel said. “I just want to show people with disabilities and even without them that anything’s possible and that I can do it.” However, when she was in fourth grade, she decided to take another route. From competing in pageants around the state, Rachel decided to change gears by competing in spelling bees. It wasn’t until 13 that she returned back to the pageant life. According to Rachel, she was experiencing anxiety and depression. However, pageants helped her overcome those challenges. For her mother, Barbara Barcellona, the Miss Florida title would give Rachel the opportunity to help even more people while speaking about autism and the importance of acceptance. “Rachel has been involved in volunteering and community service since she was 12,” Barbara said. “She developed her social impact statement Ability Beyond Disabilities as she wanted to help others with disabilities.” Rachel’s story has gone viral as the Miss Florida competition gets closer. So far, she has been featured in articles all over the world, including Australia, England, Albania, Ireland and Colombia. Earlier this year, Rachel spoke at the United Nations’s World Autism Awareness Day event in New York about her personal experiences growing up with autism and how pageants helped her develop her social skills. In addition, Rachel is a singer and has performed at Madison Square Garden three times. Besides holding the Miss Manatee River title, Rachel is part of USF’s Center for Autism and Related Disabilities’ board and is an international ambassador for the Unicorn Children’s Foundation. As one of the requirements to compete for Miss Florida, candidates must stand for a social impact initiative that they have been working on throughout the years. Rachel focuses on raising acceptance for people with autism and other disabilities. “I’m so happy because I live my platform every day,” Rachel said. “It encompasses a whole spectrum of everything. Whether you’re blind, in a wheelchair or even if you feel like you don’t belong in this world, you’re needed. By raising acceptance, then there’s actual inclusion and focus on the positive things that we can do.” Throughout her life, she has suffered prejudices and people doubting her capabilities due to her disability. According to Rachel, she was told during a pageant that she might not be capable of holding a title because of her autism. Whenever she comes across those scenarios, she seeks to educate and share her passion to seek acceptance. “Autism doesn’t have only one face and we don’t all look the same. When we face these misconceptions in society, that’s when activism starts. We need to educate people and show that we have many faces. “To everyone who ever doubted me, thanks for being the fuel to my fire.”
Holly Hargett on First Watch Brandon
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Good breakfast choices - mostly healthy options with eggs, delicious breakfast breads. They've got griddle favorites like pancakes and waffles and some power bowls too. Several locations around Tampa Bay!

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Food & drinks were amazing although very pricey. The food menu changes daily. Our server was fun, kind & knowledgeable! Definitely recommend!

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If you can find it hidden south of 7th ave in Ybor City, you are in for a treat! The BEST BBQ ribs in the city!! Baked beans are nothing short of excellent and the cole slaw is fresh and delicious!

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Great place to hang out with friends

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Love the food here! The fries are one of my favorites!

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I love Fusion Bowl.. I always end up walking over there for lunch during the week! They have a great special on Tuesday's for $3 apps too!

Pros: Best Gyoza in town!

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Love these tours! Great for locals and visitors alike!

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