But manager Bob Melvin has indicated the team could go with a platoon and has said right-handed-hitting Chad Pinder could get starts at second base. In a short season, though, Melvin might opt to go with the hot hand whenever possible — and few players go on tears like Barreto. The A’s have seen it in many springs, when Barreto is often the most productive player. … [Read more...] about A’s Franklin Barreto ‘could be electric’ in short season as vies for 2nd-base job
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But people who’ve managed rebranding campaigns for colleges generally figure on an 18-to-24-month timeline. Several recommended keeping the traditional gold and burgundy colors and playing next season known simply as Washington Football, rather than rush into anything the organization might regret. A quick change can be jarring to fans, and obtaining the trademark for a new name, then re-designing, licensing and getting everything from new uniforms to T-shirts and onesies into production isn’t an overnight job. … [Read more...] about Litke: What’s in a name? Stubborn Washington owner Dan Snyder is about to find out.
Um… (Laughs.) I asked him about that. I was like, “What did you mean by that?” I go on different dates because something happens where that girl doesn’t work out, so I go on a different date because that one didn’t work out. He knows that, he understands that, so that’s why he says I’m on a different date all the time, with a different girl. And it’s just because it didn’t work out and you know, like, what I really want is, I want to find that one true love that I want to spend the rest of my life with. And I just haven’t found that yet. So, I’m still looking. … [Read more...] about Ryan Lochte Tells All: Sex, Swimming, Dating, Drinking, and Dieting
I now realize that I was the one who was delusional to ever think that. Armstrong lied for so long because he knew his career would be destroyed if he told the truth. He knew he would lose not only stature but tens of millions of dollars. Since the best defense is a good offense, he used legal action any time the allegations of blood doping and illegal enhancers were brought up. It was a smart gambit, since it is hard to believe that anyone would have so few scruples as to sue for defamation, like he did with The Times of London, when in fact the body of evidence now shows there was no defamation at all. … [Read more...] about Buzz Bissinger: I Was Deluded to Believe Lance Armstrong When He Denied Doping
“The Capitol Police, when they executed the search warrant on his home, they missed what we consider the most significant tranche of data. And we told the Capitol Police to go back and check the oven,” defense attorney Brian Stolarz said in court Wednesday, highlighting the extent of Cosko’s cooperation with police after being caught. (RELATED: ‘Self-Righteous’: Dem Staffer Headed To Prison As Prosecutors Look To Make Example Of Him For Politically Motivated Crimes) … [Read more...] about Blunders By Democrats And Capitol Police Enabled What Prosecutors Call The ‘Largest Data Theft In Senate History’