Blackberries What is it Lately

On the trail, I spotted a small blackberry patch its pink petals waved me over, the blackberries are weeks away from ripeness. As I walked on I thought, "What is it with blackberries this year?" It is as if it is my symbolic message guide or something. Thinking that struck me funny as Covid 19 has changed me... Today a large black beetle was crossing the road I assumed it would be flattened before it could cross safely. Before Covid 19 I would have been too afraid to pick it up but not today...
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Snatcher's At Mission Lake, My Plan and Rods

It is going to be hot and I am prepared for it to be a grind.  July tournaments tend to be that way.  The Pre-fish was good. Hopefully, the fish Al found are still there and cooperative.  It looks like it is going to be moderately windy from start to finish, so I think topwater is probably out.Rods I'm Bringing:7'4"H Tatula (Frog) Probably won't get used.7'4" H Zillion (Jig)7' H Avid (Craw Tube)7' MH Tatula Elite (Topwater, Traps) Probably won't get used7' M Avid (Neko Rig)7' MH Mojo (Chatterji...
Tags: Sport, Fishing, Mission Lakes, Snatcher Alan, Tournament Preview, Avid Topwater Jerkbait, Mission Lake, MH Tatula Elite Topwater Traps Probably

IndyCar Iowa: Pagenaud fights back from last to win from Dixon

Team Penske's Simon Pagenaud used an aggressive fuel strategy to claim his first win of the IndyCar season in the first race at Iowa, after starting last on the grid
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Pagenaud snaps Ganassi streak with IndyCar win at Iowa

Simon Pagenaud's worst-to-first run capped a wild opening night to IndyCar's doubleheader at Iowa Speedway. Pagenaud then held off series leader Scott Dixon through the final laps Friday night to end Chip Ganassi Racing's four-race winning streak. How did I get there?'' asked Pagenaud, who also gave team owner Roger Penske his first IndyCar victory since purchasing the series late last year.
Tags: News, Sports, Iowa, Indycar, Pagenaud, Simon Pagenaud, Roger Penske, Scott Dixon, Ganassi, Iowa Speedway Pagenaud

NASCAR’s Bubba Wallace Booed, Crashes As Confederate Flags Fly In And Around Racetrack

NASCAR’s Cup Series All-Star Race was not a good one for Bubba Wallace. Appearing at a qualifier held on Wednesday in Bristol, Tennessee, Wallace was booed, then crashed into a wall. It was the first time a significant number of fans were present at a NASCAR race since the Confederate flag was banned. Several thousand […]
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Big finish for Woods gets him to the weekend at Memorial

Five months without competition, and Tiger Woods was grinding over key shots and big putts Friday at the Memorial. It was just enough to make the cut on the number at 3-over 147, his highest 36-hole score at Muirfield Village since his Memorial debut in 1997. The Memorial, the Masters and the Arnold Palmer Invitational are the only tournaments he has played at least 15 times without failing to make the cut.
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Report: NFL's SoFi Stadium reaches 49 coronavirus cases among workers after latest wave

The world's most expensive stadium keeps seeing COVID-19 cases.
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Gerrit Cole & recorded fans tune up for Yankees debuts

The crowd noise was phony. Gerrit Cole’s scowl was real. The new ace gave up consecutive home runs to Mike Ford and Miguel Andújar in an intrasquad game as the pitcher and the public-address system's recorded crowd sounds tuned up for New York Yankees debuts.
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Suspended Yankees RHP Domingo German says he's left baseball in cryptic Instagram posts

Did the Yankees' 2019 wins leader just retire?
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NBA MVP, Rookie of Year races are over

There is nothing more Giannis Antetokounmpo can do in his bid to win his second consecutive NBA Most Valuable Player award. "The decision to exclude seeding games from awards voting ensures a fair process in which players and coaches from all 30 teams will have the same opportunity to be honored as top performers for the regular season," the NBA wrote in the memo to teams. Williamson has played in just 19 games due to a knee injury, and he recently left the "bubble" environment in the Orlando ...
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Lakers get to know new teammates in the bubble and hope to not clash with future foes

Veteran guard JR Smith and Dion Waiters are the Lakers' most recent additions, and it's been a plus to get to know them better in a close campus situation.
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A.J. Pollock enduring ‘wild ride’ with premature baby then Covid-19

LOS ANGELES — As A.J. Pollock and his wife, Kate, prepared for the birth of their first child, they no doubt heard what a roller-coaster ride parenthood could be, filled with unexpected dips and dives, joys and fears deeper than you can imagine. They had no idea. The Pollocks welcomed their daughter, Maddi Mae, to the world on March 19 after only 24 weeks of pregnancy. Maddi weighed just one pound and six ounces at birth and has spent every day of her life so far in a neo-natal intensive care un...
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Hi,  I want to ask you how to improve my footwork and what is important exercise for improving my footwork? I have a jump rope and two dumbbells are there enough to do exercises at home?  What are you advice me to do and should l buy equipments that help me improve my footwork? What do you prefer skipping rope or running?
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City Of Sacramento Closes Land Park Baseball Fields To Discourage Congregating

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – What has been considered a field of dreams has now been closed in what is becoming a bad dream for baseball enthusiasts. “I grew up playing baseball around here,” said Joe Spatafore. Spatafore says he couldn’t believe his eyes when he saw these signs erected on the baseball and softball fields at William land Park. The city closed the fields and put them up to prevent the spread of COVID-19. But Spatafore, who has coached at all levels, says it’s a swing and a miss. “This is...
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Daniel Bard completes remarkable comeback seven years after last MLB appearance

Daniel Bard makes the Rockies' opening day roster seven years after his last MLB appearance.
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Carmelo Anthony looks dramatically slimmer at Disney World than his pre-hiatus days

The Blazers veteran said he slimmed down for a position change in Orlando.
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Could we have some Thighchis? :}

yAS tHIGHCHIS– here you are anon! ^o^
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Dan Mullen adds former head coach and Power Five offensive coordinator

A former head coach and offensive coordinator is teaming up with Dan Mullen's staff in Gainesville.
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Bucks guard Eric Bledsoe tests positive for coronavirus

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) -- Milwaukee Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer confirmed Eric Bledsoe tested positive for COVID-19, but remains cautiously optimistic the veteran point guard will be ready for the start of the season’s resumption.
Tags: News, Sports, Mike Budenholzer, Eric Bledsoe, LAKE BUENA VISTA Fla, AP Milwaukee Bucks

LA County surpasses 4,000 coronavirus deaths

Los Angeles County has surpassed 4,000 coronavirus deaths, officials said on Friday, a staggering toll in a matter of five months that officials say will climb as the region’s surge in positive cases and hospitalizations translates into more serious illness. A data processing glitch delayed release of the daily tolls earlier in the day, according the county’s Department of Public Health. But L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti late in the day during his briefing said that the county was reporting 62 deaths...
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Twins pick Berríos to start season opener versus White Sox

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- All-Star right-hander Jose Berrios will start the season opener for the Minnesota Twins.
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Where to find Arsenal vs. Man City FA Cup on US TV and streaming

If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Arsenal vs. Man City in the US, we have all of the details for you about the FA Cup game. Arsenal vs. Man City is... Visit for the rest of the story.
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DeChambeau cards quintiple bogey 10, misses cut at Memorial

Bryson DeChambeau's bigger-is-better philosophy couldn't be applied to his quintuple bogey 10 at the par-five 15th hole Friday in the second round of the Memorial tournament. The big number ensured that the world number seven missed the cut at Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio, just two weeks after capturing his sixth US PGA Tour title in Detroit. DeChambeau has made headlines since the US PGA Tour resumed in the wake of a three-month coronavirus shutdown with a bulked up body aimed ...
Tags: News, US, Sports, Detroit, Bryson DeChambeau, Dublin Ohio, Muirfield Village

Julio Teheran arrives at Angels camp, return to field still uncertain

ANAHEIM — Julio Teheran has taken a big step toward taking his place in the Angels rotation. Teheran, who had been unavailable throughout the first two weeks of camp, has arrived in Anaheim and chatted with Manager Joe Maddon on Friday afternoon. Maddon said he’s still not sure how far into the intake process Teheran is, which would determine how quickly he’d be able to get on the field. “He’s here and I think that’s the big thing, as opposed to being out of town,” Maddon said. “Everything’s poi...
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Becerra gives conditional OK to sale of Lynwood’s St. Francis Med Center

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra on Friday, July 17, gave his conditional approval to the sale of St. Francis Medical Center in Lynwood to Prime Healthcare. The announcement comes about a week after a health care workers union filed a formal objection with Becerra — whose office must approve the sale —calling for him to reject the offer, saying the sale is “not in the public interest” and likely to have a “negative impact on the availability and accessibility of health care in the comm...
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Not-so-perfect 10: DeChambeau's blunder leads to missed cut

Bryson DeChambeau really did swing for the fences Friday at the Memorial. DeChambeau, who has turned heads with a super-sized body and swing that sends the ball nearly 200 mph off the club and sometimes more than 400 yards off the tee, was even par for the second round when one hole ruined everything.
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Good Dolphins Genes: Surtain the Latest in a Long Line

The son of former Pro Bowl cornerback Patrick Surtain is expected to become a first-round pick in the NFL draft, continuing what has become a Miami Dolphins tradition
Tags: News, NFL, Miami Dolphins, Patrick Surtain

As pensions sink, CalPERS gets risky

The California Public Employees’ Retirement System’s new plan to leverage a portion of its assets to invest in private equity and debt has its critics waving red flags. Reeling from the COVID-19-related economic slowdown, CalPERS needs to boost its slumping earnings. Its latest strategy, however, is so risky that some analysts hear echoes from the last recession. “It reminds me of what CalPERS did back in 2008,” said Margaret Brown, the only CalPERS board member to vote against the proposal. “I ...
Tags: California, Opinion, Sport, Soccer, Editorials, Margaret Brown, Jerry Brown, Financial Times, Dan Walters, Calpers, Fritz, California Public Employees ' Retirement System, Jim Beall Scott Wiener, Marcia Fritz

After dealing with knee injury, Angels' Shohei Ohtani has power surge

Remember the version of Shohei Ohtani that blistered baseballs and launched them over the fences of Angel Stadium? You should be seeing him again soon.
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