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    Johnny Cueto returned for the eighth inning Thursday at Globe Life Field, aiming to keep the Chicago White Sox within striking distance of the Texas Rangers. “I felt good,” Cueto said through an interpreter. “(Manager Tony La Russa) had the confidence in me and gave me the chance to go out there. It was good.” Cueto did his part, retiring the heart of the order in order. But the Sox couldn’t put together a rally in the ninth, losing 3-2 in the opener of a four-game series in front of 20,972. Rangers starter Cole Ragans and three relievers limited the Sox to five hits. “We got shut down,” La Russa said. “He pitched with a lot of poise. (The third inning) he had some breaks against him and he came back and made good pitches.” Ragans allowed one unearned run on three hits in five innings in his major-league debut but did not factor in the decision. The run came in that third, which included a walk, a dropped flyball and a close play at the plate. Luis Robert, playing...
    In the end, Tom Brady's retirement lasted just 40 days.  On February 1, the most prestigious name in the NFL called time on his career after a period of reflection following Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeat by Los Angeles Rams. 'I have always believed the sport of football is an 'all-in' proposition - if a 100 percent competitive commitment isn't there, you won't succeed, and success is what I love so much about our game,' Brady wrote on his Instagram. 'This is difficult for me to write, but here it goes: I am not going to make that competitive commitment anymore.' But then on March 13, he unretired with the swagger that has made him the greatest player in the game.  'These past two months I’ve realized my place is still on the field and not in the stands,' he wrote. 'That time will come. But it’s not now.  'I love my teammates, and I love my supportive family. They make it all possible. I’m coming back for my 23rd season in Tampa. Unfinished business LFG (let's f***ing go).' Tom Brady...
    Formula One's weary cast retreat for their summer lie-down after 13 races on four continents in 20 frenetic weeks. The championship starts up again with the Belgian Grand Prix in Spa on August 28. Here is Sportsmail's half-term report on the good, bad and the ugly so far...Verstappen all set for second title The table doesn't lie when it tells us who has been the best driver and is likely to remain so: Max Verstappen, who leads the rest by 80 points. It seems winning his first world title has liberated him. He is operating at the top of his game and without any do-or-die theatrics. This may partly be because Lewis Hamilton has not been up his gearbox. There is personal animus between the pair that does not exist between Verstappen and his part-time rival and contemporary Charles Leclerc. Verstappen's eight wins from 13 races underline his dominance. It will take a freak twist for him to be denied a second title. Red Bull star Max Verstappen is closing in on retaining his Formula One world championship RELATED ARTICLES ...
    REALITY television show Southern Charm debuted on March 3, 2014, and garnered a large following. Fans of the Bravo reality series are curious to know more about the eighth season. 2Southern Charm is a reality TV series on the Bravo networkCredit: Bravo When did season 8 of Southern Charm premiere? Get your bowties ready because Southern Charm is officially back. Bravo premiered the eighth season on Thursday, June 23, at 9pm ET. Ever since season seven ended, some key players have teased fans with hints that they may have been filming. Many of the faces from season seven have returned for the show's eighth season. Read More on The US SunSO CHARMING Southern Charm fans shocked as Kathryn goes makeup-free in bathroom selfieSOUTHERN BEAUTY A closer look at Kathryn Dennis from Southern Charm and her love life Who stars on Southern Charm? Throughout Southern Charm's time on-air, several cast members have come and gone. With the departure of Cameran Eubanks after season six, only three members of the original roster from season one are left. It is reported...
    NORTHRIDGE, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Students at Northridge Middle School skipped their English and math books for one day this month and jumped right into mini-medical school."It did inspire me just a little bit to become a doctor, but it was quite interesting," said seventh grade student Peter Vaka.Physicians and staff volunteers from Dignity Health - Northridge Hospital gave students a hands-on experience with medical tools and training."Just trying to get them engaged and interested in medicine I know is a long way," said third-year resident Chloe Tran. "I think just getting them started and to just think about it and hopefully, they can see themselves doing this."Students learned how to use various healthcare instruments including taking a blood pressure reading, bandaging a sprain and learning how to read an X-ray."It gives me more motivation to start chasing my career on what I want to do," said eighth grade student Caroline Vargas."This made me want to be a registered nurse because I liked the experience," said eighth grade student Jeffrey Moreno.Physicians and nurses said they hope the mini-medical school experience...
    Jake Burger told himself to be smooth and calm when he hit for Reese McGuire in the eighth inning Saturday against the Tampa Bay Rays. The Chicago White Sox trailed by a run but had a runner on first with one out. “Don’t try to do too much,” Burger said. “And fortunately I got a pitch up in the zone that I could do something with.” Burger delivered the clutch hit the Sox have been desperately looking for, driving Jalen Beeks’ changeup over the center-field wall for a go-ahead two-run homer. Burger’s home run was the difference as the Sox snapped a four-game losing streak with a 3-2 victory in front of 19,452 at Tropicana Field. “That felt good,” Burger said. “It was a special one, for sure. I’ll always remember that one.” It was the team’s first go-ahead pinch-hit home run in the eighth inning or later since Adam Eaton hit one April 11, 2021, against the Kansas City Royals. “I told him he’s not starting the rest of the year — he’s going to be a pinch hitter,”...
    Tony La Russa has been in baseball for a long time. The Chicago White Sox manager described Thursday night against the New York Yankees as “some ‘see it to believe it’ stuff.” The teams entered the eighth tied, but the Yankees scored seven runs with two outs in the inning to beat the Sox 15-7 in front of 20,050 at Guaranteed Rate Field. Said La Russa: “That eighth inning, two outs, nobody on, the way the ball is coming out of (reliever) Joe (Kelly’s) hands, to look up and see a seven spot, you had to see it to believe it.” Kelly retired the first two batters of the eighth, but walked the next three to load the bases for slugger Aaron Judge, who hit a slow grounder up the middle which second baseman Leury García fielded. Judge beat García’s off-balanced throw to first and two runs scored on the sequence. Anthony Rizzo walked and Giancarlo Stanton drove in two with a bases-loaded single against Tanner Banks. Josh Donaldson followed with a three-run homer, the fourth home run of the...
    This is the heart-stopping moment a hero clings to the outside of a tower block window to rescue a young girl after spotting her dangling from the eighth floor. Sabit Shontakbaev, 37, was on his way to work with a friend when he saw a crowd below staring up at the three-year-old. Her mother had gone shopping and left her home alone in Kazakhstan's capital Nur-Sultan when she piled up her toys and cushions to climb out of the window. Sabit Shontakbaev clings to the outside of a tower block window to rescue a young girl after spotting her dangling from the eighth floor Sabit, a father-of-four, immediately rushed upstairs in a bid save her before she fell to her death. He said: 'We noticed that people were gathering and I immediately looked up and saw a girl hanging from the eighth floor.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Greek pilot tells murder trial he killed Caroline Crouch... Time to start making friends with next door! Fears jealous... Share this article Share He ran inside...
    Russia lost its eighth general since the invasion of Ukraine in the latest blow to Vladimir Putin's botched war.   Major General Vladimir Frolov, deputy commander of the 8th Guards Combined Arms unit, was given a military funeral in St Petersburg earlier today. It's not known how or where he died, but the timing of his funeral suggests Frolov was killed in the past few days.  His 8th Combined Arms Army was fighting in Kherson, near Crimea last month when commander Andrei Mordvichev was killed. Frolov was buried in St Petersburg today after being killed in an unspecified part of Ukraine Frolov 'sacrificed his life so that children, women and the elderly in Donbas would not hear bombs exploding again', the St Petersburg governor said as his friend was laid to rest. The general was from a military family and 'died the death of the brave in battle against Ukrainian nationalists', Alexander Beglov added. He was 'a true patriot, a brave and courageous man' who 'honestly and to the end fulfilled his military and human duty. 'People will not forget their heroes....
    Team GB's Gus Kenworthy admitted he was happy to leave Beijing in one piece after crashing in the men's halfpipe final to finish eighth.  The 30-year-old brought the curtain down on his career as he made his third appearance at the Winter Olympics.  But he could not end round off his career with a medal, despite overcoming a horrible fall during his second run to put in a solid performance in his final.  Team GB's Gus Kenworthy admitted he was happy to leave Beijing in one piece after crashing The 30-year-old took a massive hit to the body when he crashed on the lip of the halfpipe How did Gus Kenworthy get up and finish his run after this crash!?Incredible resilience ????Watch on @BBCOne and @BBCiPlayer https://t.co/4OUCoTNcAj #BBCOlympics #Beijing2022 pic.twitter.com/uFVpt7OWOU— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) February 19, 2022 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Team GB clinch their FIRST medal at the 2022 Winter Olympics... Freestyle skier Jon Sallinen crashes into a CAMERAMAN during... 'I can't keep my mouth shut': Team GB ski hopeful Gus... Team...
    A school district in Enfield, Connecticut was left with pie on its face after asking eighth-graders to share their sexual desires in the form of pizza toppings. 'Now that you know this metaphor for sex, let's explore your preferences!' explained the instruction pamphlet distributed to students in a recent health class at John F. Kennedy Middle School. 'Draw and color your favorite type of pizza,' it added. 'What's your favorite style of pizza? Your favorite toppings? What are your pizza no-nos? Now mirror these preferences in relation to sex!' As if that wasn't explicit enough, the instructions offered some suggestions. 'Here are some examples: Likes: Cheese = Kissing. Dislikes: Olives = Giving oral.' A school district in Enfield, Connecticut asked eighth graders to share their sexual desires in the form of pizza toppings for a school assignment. 'What's your favorite style of pizza? Your favorite toppings? What are your pizza no-nos? Now mirror these preferences in relation to sex!' the pamphlet read One parent whose 13-year-old son was in the offending health class in December told DailyMail.com she was mortified...
    One thing stood out in the Tuesday ratings: Donald Trump’s interview on Newsmax with host Robert Schmitt, airing in prime time, was not the most watched hour on the network. Trump interviews used to be seen as a turboboost for cable news ratings. For a smaller network like Newsmax, which boasts an audience perhaps more devoted to Trump than even the audience of Fox News, it’s a gold standard interview. But Trump’s interview with Schmitt drew only 220,000 total viewers and 33,000 in the advertiser-coveted 25-54 age demo. That was a decent pop from the previous hour, but not enough to propel the show to the top of the ratings pile at Newsmax. Robert Schmitt Tonight placed fifth in the ratings for the network, behind shows from Eric Bolling, Grant Stinchfield, Sean Spicer, and Greg Kelly. Kelly and Stinchfield more than doubled Schmitt’s interview in the demo. Schmitt placed eighth in that metric. See the full ratings data below. Total Viewers (thousands) ET FNC CNN MSNBC NEWSMAX NEWSNATION 6a FOX AND FRIENDS: 997 NEW DAY: 303...
    A 23-year-old former Ole Miss student whose brother tried to pull her to safety before she disappeared into the crowd has been identified as the eighth victim at Travis Scott's Astroworld concert.   Madison Dubiski, of Cypress, and her younger brother Ty were at the concert in Houston, Texas, together on Friday night.  They were physically pulled apart during the show, and as Ty tried to pull her to safety, Madison was sucked into the crowd, according to the Houston Chronicle.  Dubiski is among the eight people who were killed in the ensuing frenzied stampede as rapper Scott continued with his set for at least another 30 minutes, ignoring pleas from panicked concertgoers to stop the music. Hundreds of people were injured and at least 13 are still being treated in hospital.  Dubiski studied at the University of Mississippi between 2016 and 2017 and worked in advertising and marketing, reported the Houston Chronicle. She went to Cy-Fair High School, where she was a Varsity cheerleader and member of National Charity League, a community service organization for mothers and their daughters in middle...
    Yadier Molina and Paul DeJong were the key players for the St. Louis Cardinals as they got out of the eighth inning against the Dodgers. In sports, you never know when your moment might come. Yadier Molina and Paul DeJong were up to the task for the Cardinals when their number got called in the eighth inning of the NL Wild Card Game. Molina has been the old hat guiding St. Louis through thick and thin. He proved his defensive chops preventing Trea Turner from stealing by blocking two breaking pitches. Those were critical plays that saved the Cardinals in a tough spot. Turner is one of the fastest runners in all of baseball, and the fact he was able to keep him at bay without even a steal attempt with Gallegos on the bump is impressive.Yadier Molina and Paul DeJong were huge in the eighth inningMolina wasn’t the only one who came up big in that inning. DeJong made a monster play to end the inning with a leaping grab. Tie game going to the ninth ???? pic.twitter.com/sRMA0O20oc —...
    New York Yankees Recap: Yankees lose a squeaker in the eighth at Rogers’ Center William Parlee September 29, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit After an incredible run of winning seven games in a row, the New York Yankees hoped to win another one tonight, taking the series from the Blue Jays. The Yankees swept the Red Sox and, with the win last night, retook the number one berth in the wild card race, gaining home-field advantage and putting the Red Sox two games behind, but the Yankees couldn’t get complacent as the Blue Jays, and Seattle Mariners were nipping at their heels. With five games to go in the regular season, the Yankees sent their ace Gerrit Cole to the mound at Roger’s Center in Toronto to face the Jays Jose Berrios. At the end of the night, with a homer by Bo Bichette in the eighth, the Blue Jays edged the Yankees 6-5. The game started with DJ LeMahieu at the plate and Jose...
    Giancarlo Stanton followed a strong performance on Friday night against the Red Sox by creating a definitive moment in New York’s season — should it end memorably for the Yanks. Stanton went 3-for-5 and added his 32nd home run of the season on Friday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM In Saturday’s Game Two against Boston, Stanton knocked a grand slam home run at the top of the eighth inning, bringing home Brett Gardner, Aaron Judge and Anthony Rizzo. Stanton’s go-ahead homer, off the left-handed Darwinzon Hernandez, was his 33rd score of the season — propelling the Yanks to a 5-3 lead at the top of the eighth inning. The Yankees held on for the win. Entering a crucial eight-game regular season stretch on Saturday, the Yankees were keen on surviving their consecutive game at Fenway Park, and was made possible by Stanton’s end-of-season clutch play. In a post-game interview, Yankees manager Aaron Boone described the dugout as "electric" after Stanton’s score. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP "Just a lot of really big time at-bats...
    OAKLAND (AP) — Jonah Heim hit a two-run home run with two outs in the eighth to cap a five-run rally, lifting the Texas Rangers past the Oakland Athletics, 8-6, on Saturday. Trailing 6-2 after being held down by starter Cole Irvin, the Rangers took advantage of the A’s struggling bullpen. DJ Peters hit a two-run home run and Yohel Pozo added an RBI double off Sergio Romo before Heim’s homer on an 0-2 pitch from Andrew Chafin (1-3). It’s the sixth time in 76 games this season that the Rangers have come back to win after trailing going into the eighth. Matt Olson, Starling Marte and Mark Canha homered for the A’s. Oakland, which entered the day one game behind the Yankees for the second AL wild card, has eight blown saves in the last 19 games. Texas hadn’t done much before the eighth inning. Nick Solak had an RBI double and scored on Yozo’s single in the fourth but the Rangers stranded two on in the second and had only one batter reach base from the fifth through...
    New York Yankees: 4 Takeaways from the Yankees eighth win in a row William Parlee August 21, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit New York Yankees now just 4 games out The New York Yankees have been playing great ball since the All-Star Break. Since July 17, they have gone 25 and 8 during the period.  The Yankees had won their last seven series culminating with a sweep of the Boston Red Sox when they overtook them for a playoff berth. However, last night the Yankees won their eighth game in a row, and the Tampa Bay Rays lost to the White Sox, moving the Yankees just four games short of a tie in the AL East. “Nasty” Nestor does it again Nasty Nestor was nasty again last night. Nestor Cortes had another great performance yesterday, pitching seven innings of 2 run ball while walking two and striking out seven. His ERA is now 2.56 after winning his longest and 2nd win of the season. He...
    Garbiñe Muguruza he joined to Paula Badosa in the knockout stages of WTA 1,000 from Cincinnati (USA), where the two Spanish tennis players will have this Thursday the opportunity to get among the eight best of this prestigious tournament of the North American tour on hard court, the culmination of which will come with the fourth and last Grand Slam of the season, the US Open. After Badosa’s fantastic victory over world No. 3, the Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka (5-7, 6-2, 7-6), Muguruza maintained its hegemony over the French Caroline garcia (6-4, 6-3) and will look for a place in the quarterfinals against one of the most fit players of the moment, the Czech Barbora Krejcikova, current champion of Roland Garros and winner of 24 of her last 26 games. Badosa will face the kazaja Elena Rybakina. “It was a good game. I have come to Cincinnati many times, but I was never good at it, then one year I won so I hope this year will also go better. Against Krejcikova it will be a tough duel. She has...
    The great American prospect Vergil Ortiz Jr. in combat in the welterweight category he beat the Lithuanian Egidijus “Mean Machine” Kavaliauskas in Frisco, Texas, on an evening broadcast by DAZN. The fight began in the studio, however in the second round the exchanges began where Kavaliauskas left the box for the knockout, even Ortiz went to the ground but the referee did not caontabilize him. Despite being touched, Ortiz held out. The combat enters a trade war again in the third round. The Lithuanian goes with everything, however Ortiz hunts him in the last seconds with a great right hand and Kavaliauskas falls. Ortiz tries to pause the fight and begins to dominate with the jab knowing that in exchanges the Lithuanian is very dangerous. Little by little Ortiz is slowing down his rival with body shots and sometimes risks going into shot by shot where he is connected by the Lithuanian. After a seventh round in which Ortiz dominates, the great prospect finished his rival in the eighth after knocking him down four times. In the semi-star combat the...
    08/12/2021 at 4:25 PM CEST . The Spanish Paula Soria and Belén Carro have qualified for the round of 16 of the Vienna Beach Volleyball Europeans by defeating, 2-0, the Poles Jagoda Gruszczynska and Agata Ceynowa. The Spanish couple got rid of their rivals, who had been third in their group, in two sets and after reacting in the first when the match got complicated. They won 21-19 and 21-13 in 36 minutes of the game. Soria and Carro offered a very solid match with little wear and tear, especially in a second heat where they clearly beat the Poles. In the round of 16, the Spanish will now face a couple who passed as first in the group.
    Updated 08/12/2021 – 00:05 Roberto Bautista has qualified for the knockout stages of the 1,000 Canadian Masters by defeating the American Tommy paul by 6-3 and 6-4 in an hour and 20 minutes of the game. Bautista was very consistent with his first serve, winning 83% of it. The Castellón tennis player, who was very effective when he had break balls, taking advantage of four out of six, looking for the Argentine Diego schwartzman his third appearance in the quarterfinals of the sixth Masters 1,000 of the season, after achieving it in 2017 and 2019. Has been the Spaniard’s third victory against Paul in as many games, all this season and for the same result, after winning previously in Monte Carlo and Rome. The other duel today with a Spanish presence in Toronto has starred Feliciano Lopez, which has not been able to Lloyd Harris. The South African, number 49 in the world, defeated López in 64 minutes, 6-2, 6-3. Lopez was chosen yesterday as ‘lucky loser’ (‘lucky looser’) to play against Harris replacing Rafa Nadal, who had to...
    The Spanish Sara sorribes, protagonist of the great surprise of the women’s Olympic tennis tournament by defeating in the first round the number one in the world, the Australian Ashleigh Barty, On Monday he prolonged his good moment with a new victory, 6-1, 6-4, over the French Fiona Ferro, to get into the round of 16. The player from Castellón he broke his opponent’s serve three times, number 64 in the world rankings, and aired the first set by a conclusive 6-1 in 37 minutes. The second was more even. Each player won their serve, and in the seventh and eighth games they inflicted a “break” on each other, but the Spanish, with 5-4 in his favor, he made the decider in the tenth. In eighth Sorribes will face the Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, thirteenth seed series, which this Monday got rid of the German Anna-Lena Friedsam by a double 6-1.
    08/03/2021 at 05:23 CEST EP / Madrid Spanish canoeists Cayetano García and Pablo Martínez have closed their participation in the Tokyo Games with olympic diploma, after concluding Round of 16 in the final of C2 1,000 meters disputed this Tuesday. The young Andalusian duo fought with great force in the semifinals to achieve qualification and in the last race they ran out of strength to try to aspire to bigger dreams. In this way, García and Martínez had to settle for the last place in the final, registering a time of 3: 41.572, more than 16 seconds behind the couples who competed for the medals. In the tight final sprint for gold, Cubans Serguey Torres and Fernando Dayan took the glory with olympic record included (3: 24.995), while the silver went to the Chinese Hao Liu and Pengfei Zheng (3: 25.198) and the bronze, to the Germans Sebastian Brendel and Tim Hecker (3: 25.615).
    MADRID. The Dutch pilot Max Verstappen (Red Bull) achieved the best time in the first free practice session of the Hungarian Grand Prix, where his partner, the Mexican pilot Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez he finished in eighth position. The eleventh round of the Formula 1 World Championship began with the rage of Verstappen, wanting revenge after his abandonment at Silverstone that started a ‘war’ with Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), his great rival for the title. The leader of the championship stopped the clock at 1: 77.555 and finished the first touchdown closely followed by the two Mercedes drivers, with Valtteri Bottas second at just 61 thousandths and Hamilton third at 167. Right behind, half a second from Verstappen, the Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) was placed, once more comfortable in a circuit where historically it has achieved good results. The Madrid native managed to beat his teammate Charles Leclerc, seventh this time. The fifth place went to Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri) and behind the Frenchman was Fernando Alonso (Alpine). The Asturian rider, on his first outing on the track after celebrating his 40th birthday,...
    07/30/2021 at 4:36 AM CEST EP / Madrid The Spanish swimmer Nicolás García finished in eighth position in the final of this Friday of the 200 meters back of the swimming of the Tokyo Olympics in which the Russian has prevailed Evgeny rylov. The young swimmer from Madrid, 19 years old, has been far behind throughout the test and finished with a time of 1: 59.06, while Rylov took gold ahead of American Ryan Murphy and British Luke Greenbank.
    * If they advance round and qualify 23.30 from 26-7. Triathlon. Female test. Miriam Casillas and Anna Godoy 2.00 Women’s beach volleyball. 1st phase, 2nd game. Liliana Fernández-Steiner / Elsa Baquerizo-Alix / April (United States) 3.00 Badminton. 1st phase, 1st game. Pablo Abián – Raul Must (Est) 3.00 Men’s field hockey. 1st phase, 3rd day. Spain – India 3.59 Swimming. 100 male backs. Final. Hugo Gonzalez 4.00 Judo. -63 kg for women. 1/16 final. Cristina Cabaña 4.00 Tennis. Single female. Eighth finals. Garbiñe Muguruza – Alison Van Uytvanck (Belgium) 4.00 Tennis. Single female. Eighth finals. Sara Sorribes – Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (Russia) 4.30 Men’s water polo. 1st phase, 2nd day. Spain – Montenegro 5.05 Candle. Radial Laser. 5th and 6th regattas. Cristina Pujol 5.05 Candle. 49er FX. 1st, 2nd and 3rd regattas. Támara Echegoyen and Paula Barceló 5.15 Candle. Laser Standard. 4th, 5th and 6th regattas. Joel rodriguez * 5.31 Judo. -63 kg for women....
    Updated 07/26/2021 – 11:10 Pablo Carreo has today become the second member of the men’s ‘Armada’ in the eighth of the men’s draw after Alejandro Davidovich, John Millman’s executioner by 6-4, 6-7 and 6-3. The Asturian has been forced to come back against Marin Cilic, a former ‘top10’ and champion of the US Open in its 2014 edition. The Asturian has finally decided the score in his favor by 5-7, 6-4 and 6- Four. Carreo continues his good game moment, not in vain did he land in Tokyo as champion of the Hamburg Open 500. The fact of arriving last in the Japanese capital, with the handicap of the time and surface change, has not stopped the medal aspirations of Samuel Lopez’s pupil. There are already six consecutive victories for the gijons player, who trains at the Equelite Academy in Villena.
    Updated 07/24/2021 – 11:09 Garbie Muguruza and Carla Surez They have debuted with victory this Saturday in the doubles modality after getting rid of the Belgians Elise Mertens and Alison Van Uytvanck by 6-3 and 7-6 (4). The Spanish couple, with a double presence among the eight best two on the WTA circuit in 2014 and 2015, in addition to bringing together three WTA titles (Birmingham, Tokyo and Stanford), I left very good feelings. They had not met in the middle of the court since the ‘playoff’ of the Federacin Cup in April 2019, precisely against Belgium. His victims on that occasion were Bonaventure and Flipkens. They wait in the round of eighth for the winners of the duel between the local Aoyama and Shibahara and the Swiss Bencic and Golubic. Garbie and Carla will debut tomorrow in the individual competition against Veronika Kudermetova and Ons Jabeur, respectively. It should be remembered that the two national rackets reached the quarters in Ro 2016, yielding to the Russians Vesnina and Makarova.
    New York Yankees Recap: Yankees come alive in the eighth to win one from the Red Sox William Parlee July 24, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit After losing the first two games of the four-game set against their rival Boston Red Sox, the New York Yankees entered this afternoon’s matchup with a certain urgency to win the game to at least split the series with the Red Sox. The Yankees were 2-11 on the season against the Sox and 9 games back in the AL East. Jameson Taillon took the mound for the Yankees facing the ex-Yankees Nathan Eovaldi. It was a perfect weather day for a ball game at Fenway Park in Boston. To start the game, DJ LeMahieu faced Eovaldi and ground out in the infield. Brett Gardner got a base hit to short, but Gardner runs so face he got the hit. Giancarlo Stanton struck out. Rougie Odor struck out for the final out of the half. Enrique Hernandez led off for...
    Colombian pilots Juan Pablo Montoya and Tatiana Calderón, both registered in the LMP2 category, disputed the 6 Hours of Monza, the third scoring date of the FIA ​​WEC World Endurance Championship that took place on Sunday July 18 at the Italian circuit. Juan Pablo Montoya and his DragonSpeed ​​USA teammates, Henrik Hedman and Ben Hanley, started from box 3 of the category but problems at the beginning of the competition put them at the back of the grid and in the end they managed to ascend some positions in the general to finish eighth overall Y sixth among the LMP2. They also added a second place among the ProAM, teams that have an amateur driver in their lineup. Montoya and Calderón in the 6 Hours of Monza 2021 For their part, Tatiana Calderón and Sophia Floersch, commanding the Richard Mille Racing Team # 1 car, did a good job, they were the only crew in the category with only two drivers in their lineup. Tatiana drove 4 shifts and Sophia 5, with 93 and 105 laps, respectively, finishing...
    The European Space Agency (ESA) has launched an ambitious new project to build a sat-nav and communication satellite network in orbit around the moon. This new infrastructure could one day turn our natural satellite into the 'eighth continent' as humanity spreads its wings and builds cities on the lunar surface. ESA says the project, known as Moonlight, will support the Lunar Gateway space station, multiple agencies working on moon missions and human exploration. In what will be the world's first commercial service of its kind, a number of British firms have won contracts to investigate how it might work, worth over £2 million. 'We are entering a new phase - the systematic exploration of our "eighth continent", the Moon,' ESA's David Parker told BBC News.  'The Moon is a repository of 4.5 billion years of Solar System history, but we've hardly begun to unlock its secrets. And so Moonlight is something that we see as really exciting, as a necessary infrastructure to support sustained exploration.' No details on the final cost of the mission or when it might be ready...
    New York Yankees: Montgomery gets the job done in Yankee’s eighth win in row By: William Parlee March 17, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Yankees traveled to Dunedin, Florida today to face the Toronto Blue Jays at TD Ballpark. Jordan Montgomery faced Thomas Hatch. The game time at 1:07 pm was not televised. The Yankees won their eighth game in a row behind Mongomery and Jhoulys Chacin’s excellent pitching. The Yankees shut out the Jays 1-0. Montgomery had a hitless first inning. He pitched the first five innings of the game, the first Yankee pitcher to pitch five innings in a row. Over those five innings, he allowed only 1 walk, no hits, and no runs. Entering the game, he had an ERA of 1.80. With his performance today, he brought his ERA down to 0.90. He looked sharp in all five innings. Montgomery is not a strikeout pitcher, but in this game, he struck out 4 Jays. Montgomery got fly out after ground out after line out. Jhoulys Chacin followed Montgomery...
    Police officers from the Mossos d’Esquadra riot police have deployed a strong police cordon on Comte d’Urgell street in Eixample in Barcelona, ​​at the height of Còrsega street, to prevent the half a thousand people who demonstrate from 7:00 p.m. (They have been summoned in Plaza Doctor Letamendi, in front of the Treasury headquarters) they come across a march of the opposite sign that is in the Plaza de Artós. At the beginning of the eighth rally that takes place in the Catalan capital against the arrest and imprisonment of the Lleida rapper, those summoned have cut Aragó street and they have shouted insistently: “Freedom Pablo Hasel.” The protesters have also chanted other slogans, such as “‘1-O neither forget nor forgive” and “Fascists out of our neighborhoods.” After being called to walk to the Plaza de Artós, in the district of Sarrià, where at 8:00 p.m. a far-right counter-demonstration began, They have run into a Mossos cordon at the intersection of Carrer Comte de Urgell and Carrer Paris. It was then that a small group of violent protesters...
    THE Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s new baby will be eighth in line to the throne. The first seven places will remain unchanged — the Prince of Wales, the Duke of Cambridge, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis, Harry, and Archie Mountbatten-Windsor. 4Meghan and Harry new bundle of joy will be eighth in line to the throneCredit: AFP or licensors Harry has retained his place in the line of succession despite quitting royal life. The baby boy or girl will enter the line of succession behind their older brother Archie. Baby Sussex will either be the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh’s 10th or 11th great-grandchild, depending on whether he or she is born before or after Zara Tindall’s baby. The baby will not be entitled to be an HRH nor be a prince or a princess due to rules set out over 100 years ago by George V. 4The couple announced the pregnancy with this black and white snapCredit: Misan Harriman 4Meghan pictured while pregnant with Archie in 2018Credit: Telegraph Media Group Ltd. Most read in NewsWILLS' SORROWWilliam's tribute...
    While there is no doubt that 2020 will go down in history as one of the most stressful years in recent times, with the coronavirus pandemic ravaging the nation and killing more than 340,000 Americans before the year is out, historians believe it could be - and has been - far worse. Ivy League and Oxbridge university professors have said 2020 ranks only the eighth worst year in US history, behind the peak of the American Civil War in 1862, the September 11 terrorist attacks in 2001 and the Spanish flu pandemic in 1919.   A panel of 28 top historians and historical authors took part in a survey by CBT therapy and self-care app Bloom ranking what they believe were the most stressful years in American history.  'This year has been incredibly stressful,' Bloom CEO Leon Mueller told CBS News.  'We wondered what other years down the ages had tested human resolve as much — or even more.'  Here's the most stressful years according to the experts: 1. 1862 - The year of the bloodiest battle of the American Civil...
    Deadliest Catch star Nick McGlashan has died aged 33, marking the eighth tragic death among the show's cast and crew in the last decade.  McGlashan, a seventh-generation fisherman and crabber who appeared on the Discovery Channel reality series for seven years, passed away on Sunday in Nashville, TMZ reported. The cause of death has yet to be determined, the outlet said, citing family and a medical examiner.  McGlashan's sister confirmed the news of his death on Twitter on Sunday night, writing: 'This is the hardest thing I've ever had to go through. Please hold your loved ones tight.'  Deadliest Catch star Nick McGlashan (pictured) died aged 33 in Nashville on Sunday McGlashan, a seventh-generation fisherman and crabber, appeared on 78 episodes of the Discovery Channel reality series from 2013 to 2020 McGlashan, who featured on 78 episodes of Deadliest Catch between 2013 and 2020, was born in Akutan, Alaska, to a family of veteran fishermen.  He started crabbing on the storied Bering Sea at the young age of 13, following in the footsteps of his namesake uncle, who...
    As ever, we’ll be poring over the week’s news, searching for standouts in every category from mobile devices and TVs to accessibility tech. Given the backdrop of a global pandemic, we expect medical devices and technology designed to help us rebound from crises more generally will take on a special importance this year. Though our editorial staff will be putting together a thorough list of contenders, we also welcome submissions from the public. Eligibility requirements To be considered, a product must meet the following criteria: Nominees must be official exhibitors or participants of CES 2020. The product doesn’t need to have been announced at CES, but it always helps. Obviously, it also shouldn’t be more than a year old. Submissions process If you’re looking to submit something for consideration, make sure you meet our eligibility requirements and then enter all your information in this submission form. Submissions will stay open until 11:59PM ET on the evening of Saturday, January 9. Please include the following required items for a product to be considered: Product name...
    BRITANNIA Hotels have been ranked as the worst in the UK for the eighth year in a row, according to Which?. The study conducted research at Grand Burstin Folkestone hotel with Britannia, which found dirty surfaces and doors, as well as bacteria on the toilet seats while conducting swab tests. 5Britannia has been voted the worst hotel chain for the eight year runningCredit: Britannia Hotels They also found stained towels and stray hairs throughout the room while staying, as well as broken glass on the carpet in the dining rooms. The study also spoke to 4,000 people about their experience at UK hotels, including cleanliness, customer service and value for money. Britannia received scores of just 37 per cent, with no more than two stars in any of the categories. The hotel was also the only hotel in the study to receive one star for cleanliness, and just two stars for the bedrooms, bathrooms and communal areas. Despite an average price of £58 per night, it still received just one star for value for money. 5Which conducted an investigation at...
    North Dakota has become the eighth deadliest state in the coronavirus pandemic per capita, though it still trails behind several states that pursued more restrictive lockdown policies. On Tuesday, cumulative virus deaths since March in North Dakota hit 966, out of a population of 762,000, meaning that roughly one in 788 state residents has succumbed to the pandemic. That still trails far behind the deadliest state, New Jersey, where roughly one in 580 residents has died because of the virus, according to state data. In order, the seven deadliest states per capita are now New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Louisiana, Rhode Island and Mississippi. Cumulative deaths in the pandemic by day in North Dakota are seen in the chart above. The state is the eighth deadliest in the nation per capita The number of deaths by age group due to COVID-19 in North Dakota is show above North Dakota's Governor Doug Burgum, a Republican, has come under criticism from some quarters for his 'light touch' stance toward the pandemic RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    When Eighth District Rep. Pete Stauber talks about bipartisanship, he likes to say Congress should be more like the 1980 U.S Olympic Hockey Team. “The name on the front of the jersey — It means more than the name on the back,” Stauber says, quoting hockey coach Herb Brooks. “If all 435 of us walked into the House of Representatives with a Jersey that said: USA on the front, no labels, no name, no number on the back. We could move mountains.” Stauber is a member of the Problem Solvers Caucus, a bipartisan group of legislators that works to push both parties into middle-ground compromises; he emphasizes his work with Rep. Angie Craig, the DFLer who represents a district on the other side of the state; and he started his first congressional run by assuring people that he would take their pre-existing conditions seriously when it came to legislating around health care. But last May, at the Minnesota Republican Convention, Stauber put things very differently. When it comes to the difference between Democrats and Republicans, he said: “It’s not grey....
    Greetings MinnPost reader, and welcome to the second in a weekly series ending the week of the Nov. 3 election: This week in Minnesota campaigns. Each week, we’ll post calendar items — debates, candidate visits and the like — that might be relevant to readers watching the campaigns in the weeks leading up to the election. Due to the amount of campaign activity and the late-breaking nature of the news of some campaign stops, this may not be a full list. Have other suggested items? Send a note to [email protected] and we may update the list to include them. Article continues after advertisement Monday, Oct. 19 Rep. Peter Stauber, Quinn Nystrom Eighth Congressional District debate, 6 p.m. WDIO in Duluth will host an Eighth Congressional District forum featuring incumbent CD8 Rep. Pete Stauber and DFL challenger Quinn Nystrom. More information can be found on WDIO. Eighth Congressional District debate, 8 p.m. In case you want to see the candidates go head to head again, Stauber and Nystrom debate again on WCCO at 8 p.m. More information can be found here....
    Number Thirty Eight, a massive food, drink and live-music venue in RiNo, is about as Colorado-centric as it gets. The name refers to how this great state was the thirty-eighth to join the union; there are 24 local brews on tap, and the space serves local spirits as well. Founders Spencer Fronk and Andrew Palmquist say it boasts 18,000 square feet of outdoor space. That includes a huge patio, stage and volleyball courts, all of which take a cue from Colorado’s après ski culture. And that means Number Thirty Eight will be hosting outdoor concerts even after the weather turns cold. The venue, which opens Friday, October 9 with music from indie-pop singer-songwriter Zach Heckendorf, is set to host shows three nights a week, with each band playing two sets a night, at 5 and 8 p.m. The shows will include rising stars playing across genres. Indie-pop act South of France plays two nights this weekend, while indie-psych band Augustus, rapper extraordinaire Old Man Saxon, the road-trip rockers in Whitacre, and gifted singer-songwriters Lucas Wolf and Covenhoven are...
    Protesters have taken to the streets of Rochester, New York, for the eighth consecutive night to demand justice for Daniel Prude, a mentally ill black man who died during arrest by police officers in the city.  Prude, 41, was arrested in the early morning hours of March 23 running naked through the streets of Rochester.  Handcuffed and sitting on the flood without any clothes on, he had a 'spit hood' placed over his head, and when officers tried to move him, kneeling on his back, he fell unconscious. Prude died March 30 after being taken off of life support. The video of his arrest was released last week, after his family filed a request for police records, and protests - at times violent - broke out in the city.  After several nights of violent unrest, the demonstration of around 200 people on Wednesday night was largely calm. Around 200 people took to the streets of Rochester on Wednesday night, police said A rally in Rochester calling for justice for Daniel Prude was peaceful on Wednesday night A...
    Tennis : Like last year, Petra Martic will play in the round of 16 of the US Open, after her victory over Varvara Gracheva. It also goes for Angelique Kerber and Naomi Osaka. Petra Martic had waited until she was 28 to play her first round of 16 at the US Open last year. And the Croatian did it again this year, qualifying for the second week after her victory over Varvara Gracheva. The No. 8 seed did not tremble in the face of Kristina Mladenovic’s (miraculous) tombeuse, winning 6-3, 6-3 in 1:28. She was still far from imperial in service, with three breaks conceded, but the Russian was even less solid on her faceoff and she lost her serve six times. In the round of 16, Martic will face for the first time in his career the No. 23 seed Kazakhe Yulia Putintseva, who won 3-6, 6-2, 6-1 in 2:01 against Belarus. Aliaksandra Sasnovich, in a match marked by eleven breaks. Still in this high part of the table, Angelique Kerber, who won...
    (Bloomberg) – Chile’s unemployment rate rose more than expected for its eighth consecutive increase, reflecting the impact of the strict quarantine measures imposed by the government due to the coronavirus pandemic. The unemployment rate rose to 13.1% in the three months through July, from 12.2% in the previous period, the National Institute of Statistics, known as INE, reported on Friday. The figure was higher than all forecasts in a Bloomberg survey, which returned a median estimate of 12.8%. Unemployment reached the highest level in comparable data, dating back to 2010. Key facts The number of unemployed increased 46.4% compared to the previous year to 1,065,450 Employed workers decreased 20.6% during the same period, affected by sharp falls in trade, construction and food and accommodation services Spending measures to protect jobs they have limited further increases in the unemployment rate. The lower house of Congress is expected to pass a bill that extends benefits for people covered by the Employment Protection Law, which allows some workers to receive part of their salaries paid by the government, while...
    THE FATHER of Jacob Blake said his son was "shot like a dog in the street" by police as he celebrated his son's eighth birthday. On Sunday evening, shocking footage emerged showing Blake, 29, being gunned down by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin. 15Jacob Blake Sr speaks during a press conference outside of the County Courthouse in KenoshaCredit: AFP or licensors 15A still from the footage showing a police officer hold Jacob's shirt while shooting him in the back 15Jacob was reportedly trying to break up a domestic dispute and was unarmed when he was shot Speaking to the Chicago-Sun Times, Jacob Blake Sr said: “Those police officers that shot my son like a dog in the street are responsible for everything that has happened in the city of Kenosha. “My son is not responsible for it. My son didn’t have a weapon. He didn’t have a gun.” Mr Blake added:“What justified all those shots?” “What justified doing that in front of my grandsons? What are we doing?” Jacob was on his way to celebrate his son’s eighth birthday on Sunday, reported the Chicago Sun-Times. Instead, the father-of-six...
    Jacob Blake, the black man shot in the back by Wisonsin police as his three young sons watched on, is now paralyzed from the waist down after his body was riddled with bullets, his father says.  Blake's father, who is also named Jacob Blake, told the Chicago Sun-Times that his 29-year-old son now has 'eight holes' in his body after being gunned down by police in Kenosha on Sunday evening.  The elder Blake said his son is paralyzed from the waist down but doctors do not yet know if the paralysis will be permanent.  He said he learned Sunday night that officers had shot his son and that he saw the now-viral cellphone video of the incident online just a few minutes later.  Blake's father is driving from Charlotte, North Carolina to Wisconsin to be by his son's side in hospital. Blake is now in a stable condition in hospital after undergoing surgery.  Jacob Blake, the black man shot in the back by Wisonsin police on Sunday as his three young sons watched on, is now paralyzed from the waist down after his body...
    Mikel Landa. Mikel Landa (Bahrain McLaren), eighth in the second stage and in the Dauphin general he showed “satisfied” with having entered the group of favorites at the summit of Porte and announced the intention to “try something” in the third stage this Friday. “I am satisfied with the result. The team has worked very well. At the beginning of the last climb I didn’t have the best sensations, but at the end I felt very good, “the Alavs cyclist pointed out at the finish line. As Mikel Landa explained after the stage, “every step is a new opportunity and now try to try something from tomorrow. “ The head of the Bahrain ranks eighth overall, 20 seconds behind the yellow jersey, the Slovenian Primoz Roglic.
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