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Payton Vince is either talking about sports or watching sports. He covers sports for Metro Networks and is also a writer for LastWordOnSports.com. He grew up in Brooklyn Heights,Ohio for most of his life then around senior year of high school moved to Cleveland. A fan of the Cleveland Indians, Cavaliers, and a Pittsburgh Steelers, he graduated from Cuyahoga Heights High School (Class of 2014) and also graduated from the Ohio Center for Broadcasting in 2015. He bowled and played baseball in high school, and is a huge fan of independent wrestling and WWE, and can almost always find him at an independent show. Lastly, Payton is a backstage interviewer for Mega Championship Wrestling in Elyria, and is one of the three on ‘That Sports Show’ which airs daily from 2-4pm on AllSportsCleveland.com. The Indians took on the Cincinnati Reds and came up short losing 7-6. Carlos Carrasco started Tuesday’s game and pitched in 2 innings, gave up 2 hits, 1 run and struck out 4 batters. Francisco Lindor started the game with a leadoff homer. Jason Kipnis makes fans speculate if he has come to spring training as himself or if a robot has taken over his body by hitting his 6th homer of the spring.To elaborate more on the amazing start to spring that Kipnis has had, he tied the record for most homers in a Cactus League season.Fact: @TheJK_Kid just tied the club record for most HRs in a Cactus League season! ? #TribeSpringHis 6th(!) in as many games: pic.twitter.com/YHr4p3ATaC— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) March 6, 2018When Kipnis has been asked if he has changed up his swing he has had this to say:Did Jason Kipnis (6 homers in 6 games) overhaul his swing? Is he the newest convert in the air-ball revolution?? Kipnis: “No. If you ever hear me say the words ‘launch angle’ or anything like that, I’m lying right to your face.”— Jordan Bastian (@MLBastian) March 6, 2018As mentioned in yesterdays’ NEOSI Indians Spring Training roundup, single-game tickets options have become available online today up until March 19th.Indians manager Terry Francona commented on if Ryan Merritt or Josh Tomlin will take the 5th spot the rotation:“I don’t think we want to name our five guys, too much can happen like injuries and things like that. I don’t know if there is a lot of competition for the five spots, saying that things happen, so we keep our options open and we give the guys innings that need innings and at the end of spring we say this is how we are situated.”Francona commented on Melvin Upton Jr. today:“We’ve always brought guys in knowing that we are going to have a guy, or two, or three to make our club and we have had a lot of success with those guys. This spring we brought in Upton (Melvin Upton Jr.), Barnes (Brandon Barnes), Raj (Rajai Davis), three right-handers. The next two weeks are really important for them. They will get the consistent at-bats early because they are fighting for jobs.”The Indians manager also spoke on what he is looking for in Francisco Mejia this spring:“He’s going to play, we are looking to get to know him. The biggest thing is to see if he is ready if something happens to one of our catchers. We are trying to get those questions answered in the spring, but it is difficult to determine during spring.”Francona comments on how he feels Trevor Bauer has improved as a pitcher:“I feel that he has been light years ahead and has matured a ton. I think he is much more comfortable in his own skin. He might talk different than other guys but he is very close to what good major league pitchers do. The more he commands his fastball, it sets up his breaking ball and changeup. He may wind up the first throw of each inning by taking that step, other than that there is not a lot of difference.”In a twist, Terry Francona asked the Indians in-game reporter Andre Knott jokingly if he will pick up his game up, and what has he done over the winter to pick up his game:“I took my microphone to everywhere I’ve been to. You’d be surprised.” (Then the room filled with laughter) Payton Vince Related Topics2018 Spring TrainingCarlos CarrascoFrancisco LindorFrancisco MejiaJason KipnisJosh TomlinTrevor Bauer
Murray: “We’re hopeful that this will be the first of many movies we’re going to run in the park.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Soldotna Chamber of Commerce is hosting a free outdoor movie this Friday at 7:30pm in Soldotna Creek Park. Murray: “I like the costume idea. I want people to take advantage of that and dress up and maybe we’ll have a contest next Tuesday.” Executive Director Tami Murray said, appropriately, they’ll be showing the Disney movie ‘Frozen.’ Murray said they’ll have a big screen set up and families are encouraged to bring chairs and dress warmly. Some refreshments will be provided. She’s also hoping… For more on the movie in the park, click here.
Takamasa Anai won his first career title at the national championship Wednesday, disposing of Athens Olympic champion Keiji Suzuki on the way to victory at the open-weight category meet.Suzuki, appearing in his first competition since losing in the first round at 100 kilograms at the Beijing Olympics last summer, was sent to a shock defeat at the hands of the 24-year-old Anai in the quarterfinals. Anai deployed a “seoinage” throwing technique against Suzuki after just 27 seconds of the match at Nippon Budokan in a meet which also doubled as the final qualifier in the men’s over-100 kilogram category for the world championships in Rotterdam this August.“I trained harder than anyone else, so I had confidence I could win,” said Anai, who will compete in the 100-kg bracket in Rotterdam this summer. “I am just at the starting point and I want to keep the feeling of a challenger and show everyone that I am strong.”Anai rallied late in the final against Yasuyuki Muneta to win by a unanimous decision.Muneta, who advanced to the final for the first time in seven years, was selected for the over 100-kg spot for the worlds.Beijing Olympic champion Masato Uchishiba, who won two consecutive Olympic titles at 66 kg, crashed out in his first match after a bye into the second round. Up-and-coming 19-year-old Daiki Kamikawa made a third-round exit.Suzuki, who recently said he is eager to return to the international stage after once considering retirement, was seeking his fourth career title and first in two years. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES RELATED PHOTOS McMackin is a respected football coach in Hawaii and is well regarded nationally. The 64-year-old defensive guru, who enters his second season at the helm this coming season, has worked extensively at the college and professional levels.The veteran coach, who has been known as a great recruiter as well, seemed energized and excited to be a part of this new, but ongoing enterprise.“This year, we’ve got an Australian kid and a Samoan kid, best athlete in Samoa,” McMackin said.“And later on, we’ll get a Japanese kid and a Western Samoan kid. That’s going to be one-third of our recruiting. In five years, we will get a pretty good team. And that’s the beauty of Hawaii. It’s multicultural over there.”Certainly, McMackin, who has had a colorful coaching career, including stints with Stanford University, the University of Miami and the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers, doesn’t underestimate the ability of Japanese football players.He was the 49ers’ linebackers coach from 2003-05 and learned about this by observing Masafumi Kawaguchi, one of the best players from Japan who was invited to the team’s preseason training camps in 2002 and ’03.“I’ve had an experience to coach the 49ers and (Kawaguchi) was there, and there is huge love for the sport in Japan,” he recalled. “Every day after the practice, there were 50 to 60 Japanese sports media.McMackin thinks Japanese players could make an impact at wide receiver in his team’s run-and-shoot offense. Also, he believes soccer players could turn out to be good kickers as well.McMackin’s faith and trust in Japanese players is genuine.Japanese players who won McMackin’s favor wouldn’t even try out for the team, according to Donovan. Instead, the veteran coach would encourage them to walk on.“If they do very, very well, then eventually they can earn scholarships,” said Donovan, a former All-WAC offensive lineman at UH.The UH athletic department won’t limit its search for quality athletes to just football. Other sports, including basketball, baseball and volleyball, are also under consideration.For the university, Donovan said, this will be a long-term commitment, and it won’t consist of only players. The university is considering inviting Japanese coaches and cheerleaders for exchange opportunities — examples could include coaching clinics and cheerleading events.In mid-April, the university invited several Japanese high school and college football coaches, including Doshisha University and Kobe University, to its campus in Manoa for a coaching clinic led by McMackin and his staff.It was intended to introduce them to UH and its football program, and to cement relationships with each other before pursuing athletes from Japan.* * * * *The University of Hawaii is planning to hold a similar clinic, this time for basketball, sometime during the summer.From the Japanese side, a sports management company named SES Inc. is collaborating with the university as a liaison for the school and organizations in Japan.Kozo Suzuki, president of the company, said that the project can become an innovation for the Japanese amateur sporting scene, which has suffered massive damage from the ongoing global recession, including big setbacks for industrial leagues and clubs.Suzuki said the merit of the program doesn’t just offer Japanese athletes opportunities to perform, but also provides chances for them to think about their long-term careers, including after their retirement as athletes.Since it takes more time to learn English, Suzuki said that it’d be more ideal for athletes to travel to Hawaii at an earlier time. So realistically, UH will focus on bringing high school athletes to Hawaii after graduation.“It gives more options for these high school athletes after their graduation,” he said.“As corporate sports are declining, these athletes have anxieties that they may not be able to survive by just playing sports. So it offers them a chance to earn a college degree abroad (while playing sports) and it helps them when they enter Japanese companies in the future.“By doing so, they learn how to think about sports and its ties with communities. It’s a long-term plan.”Suzuki said that he has been approaching numerous high schools that have many students who had grown up abroad, so they wouldn’t face a language barrier.Yet according to him, UH is even considering the establishment of a new program for student-athletes from Japan to help them pass necessary examinations, such as TOEFL and SAT in order to make the transition smoother for them.Financially, Suzuki revealed that Japanese athletes could receive scholarships offered by Japanese-American communities.“While there are many Japanese-Americans over there, as the generations are aging, they have fear that their ties with Japan are fading,” he said. “That is why they’re willing to cooperate in this project.”This ambitious plan has just been started, and they are in no rush to complete it. But they are hoping that it will eventually become irreplaceable and valuable for both Hawaii and Japan.“Coach Mack and I are very hopeful that we can get one or two American football players from Japan in the next few years,” Donovan said. “We will continue to work at it.“We are also hopeful that we can get a few athletes in our other sports — maybe baseball, softball, volleyball and/or men’s and women’s basketball.” And so UH quickly — and naturally — shifted its focus to nearby nations such as Samoa, Australia and New Zealand to explore different sources of talent.In recent times, however, UH has turned its attention to Japan, with which Hawaii shares strong cultural ties (about one-third of its population is comprised of Japanese-Americans).The UH, a Western Athletic Conference school in the NCAA, is not going to work on this latest project superficially.Athletics director Jim Donovan and head football coach Greg McMackin traveled to Osaka and Tokyo to make inquiries about this from late February to early March. This fact-finding mission demonstrated their earnest efforts.At the outset, McMackin made a speech before members of the Kansai American Football Coaches Association (KAFCA) about his coaching philosophies.Donovan spoke about how collegiate athletic programs are organized the next day. Donovan and McMackin’s conviction that the project was worthwhile deepened after they actually came to Japan and gauged reactions.“It’s real positive for us, because, from our recruiting standpoint, in the States, (there are) 48 contiguous states and us (Hawaii), but our population is so limited and there is not much recruiting going on there in general,” Donovan told The Japan Times in Tokyo.“So it’s only natural for us to say there are other great athletes around the Pacific that nobody else really pays attention to.” New challenge: University of Hawaii football coach Greg McMackin (left) and UH athletics director Jim Donovan are helping the school develop stronger connections to Japan and work to bring quality Japanese athletes to the university. | KAZ NAGATSUKA PHOTO * * * * * The University of Hawaii athletics department is trying to build a bridge to Japan through sports, hoping it shines as brightly as a rainbow.Due to its far-flung location in the middle of the vast Pacific Ocean, the University of Hawaii has had a slight disadvantage in recruiting top-notch athletes from the U.S. mainland. 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Prattville’s Cole Lipscomb will “more than likely” start for Auburn against Kentucky Tuesday. AUBURN – With his team’s NCAA Tournament hopes very much on the bubble, Auburn coach Sunny Golloway laid out his case in what will be one of many baseball stump speeches this week.Golloway pointed to Auburn’s resume, which includes a 34-22 overall record including 13-17 in the SEC, an RPI of 23, and a strength of schedule ranked No. 4 nationally.“Our body of work has been strong,” Golloway said. “We’re strengthening our metrics all the way across the board.”But after losing two of three at Florida last weekend, No. 9 seed Auburn enters the SEC Tournament at the Hoover Met Tuesday against No. 8 seed Kentucky having lost five of its last six conference games and with the status of ace pitcher Keegan Thompson, who pitched two innings in Sunday’s loss to the Gators in his first action since an elbow injury on April 18, in question for the remainder of the season.“We’re unsure,” Golloway said of Thompson. “I know it sounds crazy, but we’re going to put him on the 27-man (roster). I think bottom line, ultimately he’s in a situation where he’s going to have to get with Dr. (James) Andrews. What Keegan wants to do is try to help us.”Auburn ace Keegan Thompson’s status for the SEC Tournament is in question as he recovers from an elbow injury.Thompson threw 29 pitches, 19 for strikes, with two strikeouts but allowed a solo home run and saw a drop in velocity in his second inning of work in Sunday’s 3-1 loss to the Gators.“In the first inning he was 93 (miles per hour), punched two of the three guys he faced out in the first inning,” Golloway said. “In the second inning it started to drop pretty drastically and he gave up an (opposite field) home run that he thought was a good pitch down and away to a talented hitter of theirs, but still it’s not something that you usually see Keegan give up.“We had a 1-0 lead when that happened. He was disappointed; Keegan felt like he was letting his team down; I assured him he wasn’t, that he was doing the best he could.”Golloway said Thompson (7-3, 3.21 ERA) feels he can “give us one or two innings strong” if need be but the second-year Tigers coach believes his ace will need to “get in there and get fixed” by Andrews.Auburn will “more than likely” turn to Prattville’s Cole Lipscomb, for Tuesday’s game, which will be at 4:30 p.m. on SEC Network.A Second Team All-SEC honoree, Lipscomb (7-2, 2.38 ERA) led the Tigers to a 4-1 win over Florida Thursday, allowing one run on six hits and three walks with three strikeouts in his seventh quality start in eight SEC starts.With the SEC rule allowing for teams to wait until an hour before first pitch to declare a starter, Golloway plans to use every minute available.“We’re going to go ahead and wait until an hour before if we have to,” he said. “More than likely yes (Lipscomb will start), but we won’t name that until we have to.”Go Mobile, Montgomery! Download our apps here
Manchester: England-Pakistan T20 series draw. The third and final match ended in a draw with Pakistan winning by five runs. The first match was stopped by rain. England won the second match by five wickets. Pakistan lost the toss and opted to bat, scoring 190 for four in the allotted overs. England’s reply ended at 185 for eight. Pakistan’s Mohammad Hafeez Man of the Match also won the Series Award.Shaheen Afridi and Wahab Riaz took two wickets each to ease Pakistan to victory. Moin Ali was England’s top scorer with 61 off 33 balls. Tom Banton (46 off 31 balls) was the top scorer. But the defeat of the other batsmen was a setback for England. Moin Ali’s innings consisted of four sixes and four fours. The other outfielders are Johnny Bairstow (0), David Malan (7), Owen Morgan (10), Sam Billings (26), Louis Gregory (12) and Chris Jordan (1). Tom Karan (8) and Adil Rashid (3) were not out.Earlier, veteran Mohammad Hafeez (86 not out off 52 balls) and debutant Hyder Ali (54 off 33 balls) gave Pakistan a huge lead in the innings. Apart from Hyder Ali, Babur Assam (21), Fakhar Zaman (1) and Shadab Khan (15) were also out. Imad Wasim (6) was not out with Hafeez. Chris Jordan took two wickets for England. Tom Karan and Moin Ali took one wicket each. The Fahees-Haider duo took the reins, though they lost openers Fakhar and Assam for 32 runs.The duo combined for 100 runs. Hyder was expelled and Jordan broke the alliance. The 19-year-old’s innings consisted of five fours and two sixes. Shadab was later expelled by Jordan. But Hafeez’s innings helped Pakistan. Hafeez’s innings consisted of six sixes and four fours.In reply, England were 27 for two in four overs. England lost Johnny Bairstow (0) and David Malan (7). Tom Banton (19) and Morgan (0) are at the crease. Shaheen Afridi and Imad Waseem took wickets.
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