Trade Deflection

Cameron Maybin’s struggles won’t cost him the Mets’ job

Cameron Maybin can’t buy a hit, but his place in Mets roster probably isn’t in danger. The veteran outfielder has extended his futility to 0-for-26 since joining the club in a trade with the Cubs last week going scoreless in five strikes to play Thursday in the Rocky Mets’ double …

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Thuma Mina group must be held accountable for its media bot strategy

By Dennis George THE INVESTMENT of the Public Investment Company (PIC) in the Independent Media Consortium was discussed during the meeting of the Parliament’s Standing Committee on Finance attended by Deputy Finance Minister David Masondo, the Director PIC General Abel Sithole, President of Sekunjalo, Dr Iqbal Survé and AYO President …

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Understanding Roller Deviation in Sheet Processing

Most of the old stacks of sheets still in use today were for polystyrene or other easily deformed polymers. In these stacks, the top roll was generally smaller in diameter to facilitate easier and safer “threading” of the line (Fig.1). Since the polymer contact time with the upper roll is …

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Sad to read how my Bóthar donations were really spent

It is very sad to read the report on how my donations to Bóthar were spent by David Moloney (“Former Bóthar boss David Moloney admits to stealing suitcases of money from charity”, Irish Independent , May 15). It was disgusting that he filed an affidavit in court claiming family living …

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Happy Birthday, Anatoly Karpov | ChessBase

Karpov at 70 While some people retire at 65, former world chess champion Anatoly Karpov is still going strong. He turns 70 on May 23. A three-volume retrospective of his life and career has just been published. Anatoly Karpov and FIDE President Arkady Dvorkovich present Karpov’s biography | Photo: FIDE …

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Best Red Brewers, 4-3 – Brew Crew Ball

The Brewers got the better of the Reds in a well-played victory from behind on Saturday. This season, the Brewer loyalists have been frustrated with a stellar pitching performance that ends in losses after limited offensive production. Today, Brett Anderson and Brent Suter performed at their standard baselines and the …

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Bryn Forbes with one-and-one against the Miami Heat

CBC Canadians have unprecedented impact on European club soccer Paris Saint-Germain are one of the richest football clubs in the world and a veritable sporting juggernaut – but the team’s quest for a fourth consecutive crown has been thwarted by a rising Canadian star. Funded by the Emir of Qatar, …

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Lightning-Panthers match 4 review: more good than harm

With Yanni Gourde, you take the bad with the good. This is especially good, as the Lightning’s third row center typically generates an attack around the net, wins faceoffs, kills penalties, or contributes to the second power play unit. He’s often better when he’s at his worst, getting under the …

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Oilers still trying to strike the right balance against Jets after Game 2 loss

EDMONTON – That’s why Ken Holland tells the story of building a team that makes it to the playoffs every year. You haven’t heard the general manager of the Edmonton Oilers talk about his Stanley Cup victory in Edmonton. What you’ve heard is a lot of thoughts about a team …

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