2 drug suspects caught in buy-bust

first_imgBACOLOD City – Two suspects werearrested in a buy-bust operation in Barangay 2. Pelayo and Guinalon were apprehendedfor selling suspected shabu to an undercover officer for P300 on Sept. 29, thereport added. Twelve sachets of suspected shabu wereseized from 32-year-old “high-value” suspect Adrian Pelayo and Kevin JohnGuinalon, a police report showed.center_img The suspects were detained in thelockup cell of Police Station 7, facing charges for violation of Republic Act9165, or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002./PNlast_img read more

Lambert keen to stay with Saints

first_img The 30-year-old striker arrived at St Mary’s from Bristol Rovers in 2009 and has helped the club rise from npower League One to the Barclays Premier League. Lambert, who has scored 99 goals for the club, is the highest English scorer in the Premier League this season, leading to reported interest from others. However, the Liverpudlian has quashed such talk, saying he would like to end his playing days at the south coast club. “My family are happy here and I am very happy,” Lambert told The Sun. Press Association “It has been a special three-and-a-half years and I would love to finish my career at Southampton. “The club’s ambitions are very high. Southampton is going to be an exciting place over the next few years.” center_img Rickie Lambert wants to stay at Southampton for the rest of his career.last_img read more

Hart in clear after Boyd clash

first_imgManchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart will face no further action from the Football Association following his confrontation with Hull’s George Boyd. Press Association England international Hart clashed foreheads with Hull substitute Boyd during a furious exchange in City’s 2-0 Barclays Premier League win at the KC Stadium on Saturday. Hart was booked by referee Lee Mason for his involvement and the FA has confirmed that – in line with the governing body’s own rules – it considers the goalkeeper to have been dealt with. center_img The flashpoint occurred when Boyd was denied a penalty after claiming to have been fouled by Hart. It has also not yet been decided whether City captain Vincent Kompany could face further disciplinary action for his reaction to his sending off in the fiery contest. Kompany was dismissed just 10 minutes into the game for a professional foul on Hull forward Nikica Jelavic. That offence carries a mandatory one-match ban but Kompany angrily kicked a wall as he headed down the tunnel and made what could be interpreted as an offensive gesture towards fourth official Anthony Taylor. The FA could act if these matters are mentioned in reports by the officials. Any extension to Kompany’s suspension would rule him out of the derby against Manchester United at Old Trafford on March 25. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was also waiting to learn whether he might be in disciplinary trouble after he was sent to the stands late in his side’s 1-0 loss at Aston Villa. Mourinho was punished by referee Chris Foy after he, opposite number Paul Lambert and a number of coaches entered the field when a melee broke out following a red-card tackle by Chelsea’s Ramires on Karim El Ahmadi. The role of a number of players might also be examined. last_img read more

No Gunners deal for Beckham son

first_img Beckham is set to remain at Arsenal for the remainder of the campaign, and could well look to continue his career at another club. Younger brothers Romeo, 12, and Cruz, 10, are also enrolled at Hale End. Press Association The 15-year-old, son of former England captain David Beckham, has been playing within the club’s Hale End academy set-up, and had his sights set on a two-year scholarship with the Gunners. However, Press Association Sport understands Arsenal will not be offering terms to Beckham, who plays right midfield and had been called up to the under-18s squad earlier this month. center_img Arsenal are not expected to offer Brooklyn Beckham a scholarship, Press Association Sport understands. last_img read more

Students, faculty hold vigil for Qu, Wu

first_imgHundreds of students and faculty gathered for a candlelight vigil at Tommy Trojan Wednesday night to remember the lives of Ying Wu and Ming Qu, two graduate students who were fatally shot Wednesday morning.Wu and Qu were Chinese international students studying electrical engineering. John O’Brien, executive vice dean of engineering at the Viterbi School of Engineering, said the school has been greatly affected by the loss.Honor · Students, faculty and administrators gathered in front of Tommy Trojan on Wednesday as part of a vigil in honor of graduate students Ying Wu and Ming Qu, who were murdered early Wednesday morning. – Ani Kolangian | Daily Trojan“I know that around the world the Viterbi community has been shaken by the news of this tragedy,” O’Brien said.The Chinese Students & Scholars Association, the USC Office of Religious Life and several other organizations on campus collaborated to host the event. Wei Nan Wang, president of CSSA, emphasized that the vigil was meant for the entire USC community.“We need to be more cautious,” Wang said. “This is for all students on campus, not just the Chinese.”Varun Soni, dean of religious life, discussed the importance of campus unification after the unexpected loss of two students.“We are struck silent, yet we feel the need to speak,” Soni said. “Now our community is even more important.”Kalgi Desai, a freshman majoring in accounting, did not know the victims personally but said she felt a connection to them.“I’m also an international student, and I came for grief and sharing the sorrow,” Desai said.A family friend of Qu, who requested her name not be disclosed, spoke in Chinese about the hardships of being an international student, according to Clayton Dube, executive director of the USC U.S.-China Institute.Denzil Suite, associate vice president for student affairs, said the Trojan Family will overcome the grief of losing two members by relying on each other for support.“I personally have been in touch with the family members and we have spoken to the Chinese Consulate, and we will continue to work with the family and the consulate to ensure that we provide all the support that is necessary,” Suite said. “I know that we are here to share pain but to also show love and remember Ying and Ming, who have touched us with their lives.”Xuan Wang, Wu’s roommate, said Wu loved to cook and study.“She was a very nice girl and very positive,” said Wang, a graduate student studying computer science. “I’m very sad about this.”USC Counseling Services has already began speaking to students who have been affected by the tragedy, said Ilene Rosenstein, director of USC Student Counseling Services.“We may all have different responses to such a vile and tragic event,” Rosenstein said. “We may be questioning why and find no reason that would ever justify such a horrific loss.”Thursday at 5:30 p.m. members of Student Counseling Services will be available to students at the Office of Religious Life.last_img read more

Daniels: Non-revenue athletes shine in London

first_imgAt the University of Wisconsin, it’s no surprise that football and basketball garner so much support. With a football team that has reached back-to-back Rose Bowls and a basketball team that has qualified for 14-straight NCAA tournaments, the programs deserve every bit of the attention they receive.But with the presence of two high-achieving, high-profile programs such as these on campus, many other talented UW athletic programs have slipped through the cracks when it comes to receiving some much-deserved attention.Part of the appeal that college sports have always offered to their fans is the opportunity to see the next generation of great professional athletes in their respective sports. To be able to say, “I used to watch her play in college” or “I saw him play before he was famous,” appeals to the fan in all of us. And while the men’s football and basketball teams have certainly offered their fair share of future talents – Alan Ameche, Michael Finley and most recently Russell Wilson, to name a few – the football and basketball programs only scratch the surface of the athletic talent that this university has had over the years.One very obvious measure of this largely ignored talent can be seen in one of the oldest of time-honored traditions: the Olympics.This summer, thousands of the best athletes in the world met in London to compete in the XXX Summer Olympic Games. But what the reader may be surprised to note is that nine of those athletes spent at least a portion of their collegiate careers right here in Madison.Generally considered as the ultimate test of an athlete’s ability, the Olympics boast a level of competition that no domestic league – the MLB, NBA, or NFL – can rival. And while the NFL might be able to name the best player or team in the nation, the Olympic games provide a platform for naming the best athletes in the world. Since basketball’s debut in the Olympics in 1904, UW has only ever had one basketball player represent the Badgers – Kirk Penny (who played for New Zealand) in the 2004 Summer Games.So if these UW Olympians don’t play football or basketball, where are they coming from you might ask? Well, they come from a wide array of the athletic programs Wisconsin has to offer. Quite a few of these athletes come from the storied UW men’s and women’s hockey teams – in the 2010 Winter Games alone UW had 13 hockey representatives earn 13 Olympic medals – but Olympians have been scattered across the numerous UW athletic programs in the past 70-plus years.To put the amount of talent that fans are missing out on in perspective, 23 Badgers have gone on to play in the NBA since 1947. Meanwhile, UW has sent 27 rowers to compete in the Olympics since the 1948 Games – a number that seems even more impressive when you take into account that the summer games take place just once every four years, while the NBA competes every year.In total, nine different sports – including track, rowing, diving, swimming, wrestling, hockey, curling, basketball and soccer – have been represented in the Olympics over the years by Badgers, with some of the more surprising of the sports to represent Wisconsin being the track and field, rowing and cross country teams.Of the nine UW Olympians to compete this summer, six of them – Evan Jager, Egle Staisiunaite, Gwen Jorgensen, Matt Tegenkamp, Hilary Stellingwerff and current Badger track and cross country star Mohammed Ahmed – all competed in track/running events. The other three – Grant James, Ross James and Kristin Hedstrom – competed in rowing events.At first this might come as a surprise, but when you look closer it becomes clear that Wisconsin has been a hotbed for running and rowing talent for years now.Both the men’s cross country and the men’s track and field teams are the reigning Big Ten Champions, and cross country lays claim to the title of reigning national champions. The cross country team has won the last 13 (no, that’s not a typo) Big Ten championships in a row.Meanwhile, men’s rowing competed in the National Championships in 2012 and earned two medals including a bronze medal in the open four and a silver medal in the lightweight four. Just four years ago in 2008, they also grabbed a national championship.And while a name like Mohammed Ahmed might not be as well known as Monte? Ball, it should be. After all, he led his team to a national title last fall, something that Ball wasn’t able to match in the football team’s second-consecutive Rose Bowl loss.So while many of you may have been unable to get football season tickets this year, it might be worth considering tuning in to another one of UW’s many sports programs instead.You never know, you might just be lucky enough to witness a future Olympic gold medalist in the making.Nick is a junior majoring in journalism. Do you agree that these less-celebrated athletes deserve more time in the spotlight? Or is it fair for football and basketball to remain king? Let him know at ndaniels@badgerherald.com.last_img read more

Fan reactions to Syracuse’s 73-64 win over Wake Forest

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NPFL: Thumbs Up for LMC

first_imgTayo BalogunIt is so easy to fall into and stay in the pit of perpetual complaints. You don’t even need to exert an effort. All you need do is just be… You are watching your football team play on TV and your wife wanting, as is usual to annoy, decides to change channels just because she wants to. Or if the wife does not prick you NEPA (that’s what we still call it), ever so willing to provoke and frustrate decides usually for preventable reasons to take your light and scatter your sanity. Or your driver, who you sent to buy petrol for the generator from a petrol station just five minutes away, comes back three hours later than expected claiming he had a burst tyre!The point I am making is that if one allows the negativity in our situation to gain sway one might as well get drowned in a mire of regrets and sorrow… So today I want to talk to you about something that warms my heart; something that may still revolutionize club football in our country; something that would ultimately provide more than a million jobs for Nigerians.I am talking about the best face of Nigerian football – The League Management Company (LMC) which was midwifed by the League Management Committee.In 2012 the then Minister for Sports, Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi called me, as he often does during his tenure, to say that he wanted to involve the private sector more intensely in our sport. He said he was going to start with club football. His idea was to make playing football so lucrative that the least paid footballer would earn atleast N500,000 a month. The economy would have a money spinning business which would create at least a million jobs in a few years. He told me it was going to be a revolution and wanted to know which people I know who would help him kick-start this. I suggested a few names to him and by Dec12, 2012 with the very active help of the then NFF President, Alhaji Aminu Maigari, a group of eminently qualified Nigerians had been inaugurated into the League Management Committee.In the body was Africa’s first female sportscaster, Modele Sarafa-Yusuff, Kunle Elebute, Seyi Akinwunmi, Shehu Dikko, Mike Idoko and Kanu Nwankwo who never attended a single meeting. Also in the group was Salisu Abubakar, Mike Enahoro, Abubakar Nuhu Danburam and Sabo Babayaro. The previous two names were representatives of the Pro-League Board. The committee was headed by Nduka Irabor who together with Dikko, Akinwunmi and Salisu Abubakar became the driving force behind the eventual formation of the League Management Company (LMC) which was successfully registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission.I must say that it took the doggedness, grit and absolute commitment of Irabor, Dikko and Akinwunmi together with the unalloyed support of both Abdullahi and Maigari to get the LMC off the ground and running .The rest like they say is history. The least paid footballer is not earning as much as N500,000 per month as envisaged by Abdullahi but his wage has tripled. Incidents of induced penalty kicks are literally a thing of the past.There are still situations of soft penalties but these persist everywhere prompting FIFA to introduce the not so successful VAR during the last World Cup. The stadiums have not become spectator friendly but I have occasionally seen Enyimba Stadium in Aba, Sani Abacha Stadium in Kano and the Agege Stadium filled to capacity during league matches.Most of our clubs are still owned by state governments and contrary to the expectations of the LMC but the groundwork for privatising these clubs have been laid.I am not in anyway suggesting that the LMC does not have it’s drawbacks. Far from it, what I am celebrating is that for the first time we are on the path to revolutionising our club football.It is to the credit of the LMC that all stakeholders agreed that Lobi Stars FC be adjudged winner of the 2018 NPFL after 24 matches. For the first time, we seem to be tackling issues relating to club football professionally.There is still a lot to be done to make our football a money spinning venture capable of providing jobs for millions of our youths. But a foundation has been provided. Our clubs may not be doing well at the international level but that situation will change as it has in South Africa.In the meantime, let’s give a thumbs up to the League Management Company which has done well to help our club football professionally. Perhaps we should also remember the visionary who is responsible for birthing this noble idea -Bolaji Abdullahi, a former Minister of Sports. Others like Aminu Maigari who stood up to be counted when it mattered most and Nduka Irabor who fought tirelessly and ruthlessly for what he believes in deserve plaudits. May the LMC continue to wax strong and achieve the goals for which it was set-up.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Shohei Ohtani’s return to the mound with Angels ends quickly

first_img Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Ohtani’s average fastball on Sunday was 92.9 mph, and the hardest was 94.7 mph. In 2018, before Tommy John surgery, Ohtani’s average fastball was 96.7 mph. He had recently thrown as hard as 97 mph in intrasquad games, according to General Manager Billy Eppler.Maddon said that Ohtani had been throwing a little harder during the intrasquad games than he did on Sunday, but not significantly.“Right about the same,” Maddon said. “I think he touched a little bit higher than that in some of the (intrasquad) games. I don’t know for sure, but I do know I’ve seen 95 or so. Ninety-seven was tops during the intrasquad games. So, there’s nothing. Believe me. Health-wise, he’s fine.”Ohtani suggested that he may have been reluctant to unleash his top velocity, which is sometimes an issue for pitchers when they first return from injuries.“Reflecting back, I felt like I couldn’t let it eat, throw with all my strength,” Ohtani said through his interpreter. “That’s one of the things I regret.”Ohtani also threw just two splitters. His splitter is his most devastating pitch. In 2018, he threw it 22 percent of the time. The splitter is considered to be one of the tougher pitches on a pitcher’s arm, though. Ohtani said that was just a matter of the game situations not giving him the opportunity.“I just have to get that feel for the game back,” Ohtani said. “Right now I feel like I was throwing the ball rather than pitching. There is still a little rust. I have to come up with a game plan.”There was plenty of anticipation surrounding Ohtani’s return, with teammates, Maddon and Eppler all expressing excitement to see the two-way player pitch for the first time since September 2018.He was initially scheduled to return to the mound in May, but the coronavirus pandemic further delayed that. He nonetheless had been throwing since then, with no hint from the team that there was anything wrong physically.Related Articles Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone PreviousLos Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani throws against the Oakland Athletics during the first inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani (17) reacts on the mound with catcher Jason Castro (16) after walking Oakland Athletics’ Matt Olson with the bases loaded during the first inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani (17) walks toward the dugout after being relieved during the first inning of a baseball game against the Oakland Athletics in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. Athletics’ Robbie Grossman, top left, hit an RBI-single. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsLos Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani (17) walks toward the dugout after being relieved during the first inning of a baseball game against the Oakland Athletics in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani throws against the Oakland Athletics during the first inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Los Angeles Angels’ David Fletcher, right, slides safely into second base next to Oakland Athletics second baseman Tony Kemp with a stolen base during the fifth inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Los Angeles Angels’ Brian Goodwin (18) rounds second base before safely reaching third against the Oakland Athletics during the fifth inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani (17) walks toward the dugout after being relieved during the first inning of a baseball game against the Oakland Athletics in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. Athletics’ Robbie Grossman, top left, hit an RBI-single. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Oakland Athletics’ Sean Murphy, right, is congratulated by third base coach Al Pedrique after hitting a solo home run against the Los Angeles Angels during the sixth inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Oakland Athletics’ Sean Murphy, right, is congratulated by Tony Kemp after hitting a solo home run against the Los Angeles Angels during the sixth inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Oakland Athletics players celebrate after defeating the Los Angeles Angels in a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Oakland Athletics relief pitcher Liam Hendriks reacts after striking out Los Angeles Angels’ Brian Goodwin to end a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Los Angeles Angels’ Mike Trout (27) celebrates after hitting a three-run home run that scored Brian Goodwin (18) and David Fletcher (22) against the Oakland Athletics during the third inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Oakland Athletics’ Ramon Laureano, right, is congratulated by Vimael Machin after scoring against the Los Angeles Angels during the first inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Oakland Athletics’ Robbie Grossman, left, celebrates with Ramon Laureano and Mark Canha, right, after the Athletics defeated the Los Angeles Angels 6-4 in a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Los Angeles Angels’ Michael Hermosillo (21) reaches safely on a base hit next to Oakland Athletics first baseman Matt Olson during the eighth inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani throws against the Oakland Athletics during the first inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Oakland Athletics’ Sean Murphy, right, is congratulated by third base coach Al Pedrique after hitting a solo home run against the Los Angeles Angels during the sixth inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani (17) walks toward the dugout after being relieved during the first inning of a baseball game against the Oakland Athletics in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Los Angeles Angels’ Mike Trout (27) celebrates after hitting a three-run home run that scored Brian Goodwin (18) and David Fletcher against the Oakland Athletics during the third inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Los Angeles Angels’ David Fletcher, right, slides safely into second base next to Oakland Athletics second baseman Tony Kemp with a stolen base during the fifth inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani throws against the Oakland Athletics during the first inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani (17) reacts on the mound with catcher Jason Castro (16) after walking Oakland Athletics’ Matt Olson with the bases loaded during the first inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)NextShow Caption1 of 21Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani (17) reacts on the mound with catcher Jason Castro (16) after walking Oakland Athletics’ Matt Olson with the bases loaded during the first inning of a baseball game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, July 26, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)ExpandOAKLAND — After all that time, and all that expectation, Shohei Ohtani returned to the mound with a thud.His first major league appearance as a pitcher in 693 days was, at best, disappointing and, at worst, deeply concerning.Ohtani didn’t record a single out and was charged with five runs in the Angels’ 6-4 loss to the Oakland A’s on Sunday afternoon.A brilliant 5-2/3 innings of relief from Matt Andriese — the team’s fifth starter — and four RBIs from Mike Trout helped the Angels make it a game, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the shocking start. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorcenter_img Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Ohtani pitched in three intrasquad games during the the preparation for this shortened season. He pitched better each time out, and there was an assumption — based on his pattern in 2018 — that the start of real competition would bring him to a higher level.His first pitch to Marcus Semien was a 92 mph fastball. Semien then singled to center on a 93 mph fastball down the middle. Ohtani then lost the plate, walking the next three hitters to force in a run.Ohtani then gave up back-to-back singles, pushing in three more runs, and his day was over.“It just wasn’t going to get better,” Maddon said.Andriese, who was expected to start on Tuesday, followed Ohtani to the mound and held the A’s down while  the Angels could get back in the game.In the third inning, after a Brian Goodwin single and one of David Fletcher’s four singles, Trout belted a 3-0 pitch over the left field fence to make it 5-3. It was the first time in Trout’s career he had homered on a 3-0 pitch. He had only put five others into play.Trout just missed another three-run homer in the fifth, settling for a sacrifice fly that pulled the Angels within 5-4.That was as close as they could get, though. Noe Ramirez gave up a 455-foot homer to Sean Murphy immediately after Andriese was pulled in the sixth, putting the Angels back in a two-run hole.The Angels went quietly against A’s closer Liam Hendriks, their comeback coming up short and leaving the loss on the shoulders of a disappointed Ohtani.On the bright side, Maddon said Ohtani may be available to DH on Monday because his pitching day ended so quickly. Maddon also voiced his support for Ohtani, even after the rough game.“You got to be patient, man,” he said. “Because of a bad moment or two, you just don’t throw in the towel, ever. This guy is as good as you all think he is. He’s just not comfortable getting back there yet. When you come off a severe injury, sometimes you’ve got to fight through some of those mental roadblocks in order to get to back where you had been.” Ohtani faced six batters and retired none of them. He gave up a single, walked three in a row to force in a run, and then gave up two more singles to push in three more. One more scored after his 30-pitch outing was over.“He just didn’t throw the ball very well,” Manager Joe Maddon said. “I’m not going to sit here and make excuses for him. I’m not going to do that. It just wasn’t his day. The fastball wasn’t coming out. There was no deception in his pitches… It was a combination. The stuff wasn’t the same and the command was down.”Maddon, however, was quick to dismiss any concerns about Ohtani’s health.“I asked him and he’s fine,” Maddon said. “The face and the eyes don’t really lie in that situation.”Ohtani also told reporters that there were no physical issues, despite what many worried because of the velocity of his fastball.last_img read more

Reaction: Los Angeles Dodgers fans celebrate Adrian Gonzalez’s two-run home run

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Reaction on twitter and around the digital world to Adrian Gonzalez’s two-run home run that gave the Dodgers a 4-0 lead in Game 1 of the National League Division Series against the Atlanta Braves.Trouble viewing reaction on your browser or mobile device? Click here.last_img