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    Earlier this week, Mets’ Hall of Famer and current team broadcaster Keith Hernandez made some hay when he said he “hates doing Phillies games” because of what he considered to be Philadelphia’s bad brand of baseball. On Friday night, as Hernandez was off in St. Louis celebrating the 40th anniversary of his championship with the Cardinals, the Mets and Phillies turned in a game straight out of Hernandez’s era. The 2-1 win for the Phillies was all about pitching, defense, small ball, and ironically, the battle of fundamentals. Tied at one after the first two frames, both teams fired blanks until the tenth, when Hernandez’s dreaded “bad fundies” reared their ugly head, but this time for the Mets. One inning after getting nailed at home by Phillies’ left fielder Matt Vierling, Starling Marte had his throw to the plate skip right on by catcher Tomas Nido, allowing the Phils’ to take the lead on a sacrifice fly in the 10th. The Phillies got a run off Max Scherzer in the first inning and then fell dormant for the next six,...
    Wimbledon junior Paul Inchauspe's defeat in the Boys' Doubles final was made even more painful after he had a ball fired at his private parts by his opponent.  Inchauspe and partner Gabriel Debru lost the final in straight sets to American pair Sebastian Gorzny and Alex Michelsen on Court 12 on Saturday.  The 18-year-old Frenchman suffered a double blow as not only did the French pair lose the match but he also was on the receiving end of a particularly nasty shot from Gorzny. Oh that is BRUTAL ????????#BBCTennis #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/JOdOijML4M— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) July 9, 2022 Paul Inchauspe had a ball fired at his private parts by his opponent during Boys' Doubles final RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'I have never experienced anything like that': Wimbledon... Pressure? What pressure! Nick Kyrgios cuts a very relaxed... British pair Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid's bid for an 11th... Activists urge Wimbledon to ditch 'archaic' all-white dress... Share this article Share In the third game of the opening set, the ball was set up...
    Johnny Depp's ex-girlfriend Kate Moss is gearing up to take the stand in his $100 million defamation trial against Amber Heard on Wednesday - after the Aquaman actress namedropped the supermodel during her testimony earlier this month - and it may be the nail in Heard's coffin. Famously-private Moss, 48 - who rarely discusses her personal life and has previously said that she 'hates' doing interviews - will be testifying publicly in support of her former beau, and is expected to shut down Heard's claim that Depp once pushed Moss down the stairs.  Moss' testimony could possibly throw a wrench in Heard's case since it will give Depp's legal team a chance to quell rumors about their relationship - an opportunity which only arose after Heard herself brought Moss up in court. New York-based entertainment lawyer Nicole Heff said that Moss' testimony could have a 'big effect' on the jury, while speaking exclusively to DailyMail.com.  She called it a 'mistake' and 'misstep' on Heard's part, adding that Moss could 'bring Heard's testimony into question' and make the jury unable to 'trust...
    Democratic Senator Joe Manchin delivered a final blow to Joe Biden's hopes for federal voting legislation when he announced, after a personal appeal from the president, he was against killing the filibuster. Biden spent over an hour with Senate Democrats on Capitol Hill Thursday to try and convince Manchin and Senator Kyrsten Sinema to support removing the filibuster for voting rights legislation. Sinema dealt a death blow before the meeting when she went to the Senate floor to deliver a defiant defense of the legislative tool. Manchin waited until after the meeting to issue a lengthy statement explaining his opposition to killing the filibuster.    'I will not vote to eliminate or weaken the filibuster,' he said. 'The filibuster plays an important role in protecting our democracy from the transitory passions of the majority and respecting the input of the minority in the Senate.'  Manchin's blow capped off a tough 48 hours for the Biden administration.  Besides the voting legislation loss on Thursday, the Supreme Court struck down Biden's testing or vaccine mandate for businesses with over 100 employees. On Wednesday,...
    MANCHESTER UNITED have been dealt a potential injury blow after Raphael Varane limped off against Spain. The France defender, 28, lined up for his country in tonight's Nations League final. 2Man Utd have suffered a potential injury blow with Raphael Varane going off against SpainCredit: AP 2The defender went down after appearing to stretch for the ballCredit: Getty But as the first-half drew to a close, Varane went down without anyone around him. Replays suggested the centre-back had stretched too much for a loose ball. And medics rushed across the field to give him treatment. However, Varane was unable to carry on playing. And he was subbed off, with Bayern Munich's Dayot Upamecano replacing him. Man United now face an anxious wait over Varane's fitness for Saturday's game at Leicester. Most read in Premier LeagueLive BlogSPAIN 0 FRANCE 0 Latest updates as Nations League trophy up for grabs in MilanLive BlogUNITED LATEST Cristiano Ronaldo scores for Portugal again, Pogba £400k-a-week new contractLive BlogFOOTIE LIVE Newcastle could appoint Steven Gerrard, Toon set for £200m transfer splurgeExclusiveTOON LITTLE Mike Ashley celebrates £300m...
    Impeachment Manager Rep. Jamie Raskin The nine House impeachment managers spent Day One of their arguments in Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial building a devastating case against Trump, showing not just the violence of January 6 but the months of incitement leading up to it. Senate Republicans seem unmoved. Well, the arguments aren’t done yet. This is the second and final day of the House managers’ case against Trump. It will be aired on major television news networks and streamed on their websites. Daily Kos will have continuing coverage. Thursday, Feb 11, 2021 · 8:45:12 PM +00:00 · Mark Sumner Rep. Joe Neguse is in in the midst of walking the evidence a final time to show that Trump is in fact guilty of incitement. 
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday steered clear of more cases involving bids by President Donald Trump and some Republican allies to overturn his election loss. The justices, as expected, declined to expedite consideration of eight Trump-related cases including three filed by his campaign challenging the election results in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, two of the states he lost to Democratic President-elect Joe Biden.   The high court also wouldn't listen to a Michigan-based case that 'Kraken' lawyer Sidney Powell was shepherding through the court system.  The Supreme Court refused to expedite considering eight Trump-related election cases, including from the swing states of Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin  Trump ally, lawyer Sidney Powell, was not successful in getting her Michigan case expedited by the Supreme Court  President Donald Trump's bid to overturn the 2020 election results has been unsuccessful in court  In December, Powell threatened to 'release the Kraken,' which she said amounted to evidence that the election was stolen from Trump.     The case includes conspiracy theories that Powell has tried to publicize, including that Dominion Voting Systems were 'created to...
    El Paso sees 300 percent rise in Covid hospitalizations, people urged to stay home 2 weeks What grocery stores looked like when you were growing up Atlanta Falcons blow a sure win in final minute when Todd Gurley scores a touchdown instead of running out the clock © Provided by INSIDER Todd Gurley scored a late touchdown to give the Falcons the lead, but he would have been better off just going down to the ground. FOX The Atlanta Falcons lost to the Detroit Lions in shocking fashion on Sunday, thanks to a brutal mental mistake from running back Todd Gurley. With the Falcons trailing 16-14 late in the game, Gurley took a run up the gut into the end zone to give Atlanta the lead. Unfortunately, Gurley would have been better off going to the ground, as his touchdown gave an extra possession to the Lions. Detroit drove the length of the field and scored a game-winning touchdown on the final play of the game. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Atlanta Falcons continue to...
    Randy Arozarena slides into home plate to win Game 4 of the World Series. AP Photo/David J. Phillip The Dodgers fell apart defensively on the final play of Game 4 against the Tampa Bay Rays. After a miscue in centerfield and a missed play at the plate, the Rays won Game 4 in dramatic fashion to even up the World Series at two games apiece. The Dodgers will have to forget about their terrible collapse quickly, as Game 5 is set for Sunday night. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Los Angeles Dodgers suffered an unbelievable defensive collapse on the final play of Game 4 to suddenly give the Tampa Bay Rays life in the World Series. After a back-and-forth game that saw both teams hold, lose, and retake leads, the Dodgers led the Rays 7-6 heading into the bottom of the ninth inning, with closer Kenley Jansen taking the mound to finish out the game and hopefully give Los Angeles a 3-1 in the World Series. Jensen struck out the first batter he faced, gave...
    Champions League The keys to the future of the multimillionaire Parisian plan Mbappé, Tuchel, Nasser, Neymar and Di María Neither hecatomb nor revolution. At PSG consider that they have lived the best season in their history, winning four titles in France (League, Cup, League Cup and Super Cup) and remaining one step away from the Champions League, finalist for the first time in its history. The 1.2 billion project remains with the base of the team that stayed one game away from the title and no big changes are expected, especially since the league starts now, this Saturday against him Lens. Neymar was left without Champions … and began to cry “We did everything we could, but it was our first final, the Bayern has played 11. Our goal is to win the Champions and each time we are closer. We only need to polish some details. Tuchel? We are in the final, we won four trophies this season. Not bad I think. We are disappointed but there are many positives, “he said. Nasser Al-Khelaifi after defeat....
    By Ellen Francis BEIRUT (Reuters) - The St. George Hospital where Soha Khalaf works as a nurse lies less than a mile from Beirut port. She had no time to recover from the enormous explosion that blasted over the city. The ceiling crashed onto her head and tears streamed down her face, but she stuck to her task. "People ran here yelling, 'please we need the ER.' But the ER was gone. And wherever I turned, I saw staff rushing down from other floors screaming," recalled Khalaf, assistant head nurse at the emergency room of Lebanon's oldest hospital. Needles flew across the hall. Blood covered the floor. The lights went off. Hundreds of people poured in from across the Lebanese capital after the Aug. 4 warehouse blast, which killed more than 170 people and demolished neighbourhoods. "We just kept working, even as some of us bled, and we cried and cried." With her colleagues, Khalaf stitched, intubated and bandaged victims on the pavement outside the ER. They stopped random cars to send patients to other hospitals, and relied on light...
    Nicklaus was the first to congratulate Rahm after winning the tournament and becoming world number one The victory achieved by Jon Rahm at the Memorial will always be remembered by the magnificent approach from the rough on the 16th hole and that served to give the final blow to the push of Ryan Palmer. At the time of taking this approach, the ball moved and this fact was assessed by the judges who decided penalize Rahm with two strokes. The PGA Tour considered that the ball moved enough to make this decision. In the final classification, Rahm led Palmer three times. @PGATOUR Rahm’s ball moved on the chip before 16 before his swing due to his club. pic.twitter.com/uqi1WnZyrU ? AO (@ AOrlando21) July 19, 2020 The truth is Nicklaus was the first to congratulate Rahm. Barrika’s was excited: “I needed such a blow to change the dynamic. I will remember it all my life. It has been a very hard month for all of us in which we have lost loved ones.” After that magical approach...
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