Related TopicsClippersDanny SalazarIndians Danny Salazar’s road back to the big league roster took another step forward Sunday, as he threw well pitching for the Columbus Clippers against the Buffalo Bisons.The former Tribe starter went 3.1 innings, allowing three hits with a walk and six strikeouts. He threw 64 pitches, 46 of which were strikes.It was the fifth rehab start for Salazar, who threw on Tuesday night for AA Akron, throwing three innings. He threw 58 pitches while allowing one run on three hits with four strikeouts.The Indians have a decision to make with Salazar, who can stay on his rehab assignment for 30 days.A lot of that could depend on what the future holds for Trevor Bauer, as well as Corey Kluber and his progress back to the big league roster. Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Matt Loede
He also proposed steps to help absorb the cuts that are projected in the coming year. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享During his State of the Judiciary Address Wednesday, Alaska’s Supreme Court Chief Justice Craig Stowers told lawmakers that judicial services have been significantly changed because of budget cuts. Stowers told a joint legislative session that the court system took a $3.4 million budget cut this year and is anticipating a similar cut during the next fiscal year. His address listed ways the cuts have impacted the court system: purchases of new equipment have been put on hold, over 9,000 hours of voluntary leave without pay have been taken by employees, and courts closed for additional days. Senator John Coghill of Fairbanks stated Stowers’ address showed a goverment committed to working together in efforts to reduce spending.
A Ghanaian sports analyst, Thomas Moreaux is blaming “lack of inspirational leadership” for the failure of the Black Stars to reach the finals of the ongoing African Cup of Nations in Gabon – Equatorial Guinea.In a post semi-final match analysis on Dwaso Nsem on Thursday, Thomas Moreaux, said teams that have excelled in the tournament have leaders who, through their inspiration, have kept their teams going during difficult moments.The Black Stars last night lost by a goal to nil to the “Chipolopolo” boys of Zambia and thereby lost the opportunity to play in the finals.Moreaux cited Didier Drogba, captain of the Elephants of La Cote d’Ivoire and Christopher Katongo, captain of the Chipolopolo boys of Zambia whose inspiration as leaders has helped their respective teams to reach the finals.The outspoken analyst alleged that Coach Goran Stevancovic does not respect the Black Stars management team and this is the reason why Kevin Prince Boateng refused to play for the Black stars.He claimed the Coach has a player management company “and if you are not signed on to his company you will never be selected among the 23-man squad”. ‘The Coach has an agency and if you are not part of the agency, you will never get the chance to play in the Black stars’ he alleged.He added some media practitioners also made their selection which the Coach included in the 23 man squad.Thomas Moreaux on Monday predicted that La Cote d’Ivoire will win this year’s AFCON cup which is currently co-hosted by Equatorial Guinea and Gabon.He said people are afraid to tell the truth because they are being hypocritical. He mentioned a player like Emmanuel Baffoe who is currently top goal scorer in the Ghana premier league but was left out from the team.Kofi Appiah, who is also a sports analyst on the other hand, maintained that the coach is not mandated to select local players to the Black stars. He argued that the only problem in the Black stars team is that Asamoah Gyan was not fit to play in the tournament.‘Asamoah Gyan was the most useless player in the tournament’ Kofi Appiah stressed.He asserted that Ghana’s goalie, Adams Kwarasay should have been dropped because he is inexperienced in the African soccer terrain.
Richi Hurley is just back from a trip home to England and hadn’t played golf for a few months but it hasn’t affected his golf and he came third with a very steady thirty seven points. Paul Pavloff took the fourth and last podium place today with thirty five points. There were no ‘2’s today.1st Allan Parker (9) 39pts2nd Russell Gilroy (17) 39pts3rd Richi Hurley (7) 37pts4th Paul Pavloff (5) 35ptsTuesday, August 30, Mt. Shadow – StablefordWe hadn’t been to Mountain Shadow for a long time as the course had been in very poor condition the last time we played it. However today it was almost up to its usual standard except for the greens being much slower than before, which seemed to have caught out a lot of our group and there were many three putts today.Again we were joined by our friends from the PFGS and one of their members took the top spot today. Craig Hitchens was the man who came out on top of what was a day of bad scoring and won with thirty five points. Frank McGowan took the second place with thirty points and a very surprised Russell Gilroy found that he had taken the third spot with twenty seven points.Once again we had no ‘2’s today.1st Craig Hitchens (14) 35pts2nd Frank McGowan (18) 30pts3rd Russell Gilroy (17) 27ptsThursday, Sept. 1, Burapha – StablefordWe decided to play two flights today here at Burapha, off the blue and white tees to make it enjoyable for everyone. Again the course was deserted except for ourselves and it was another very fast round of golf.Craig Hitchens.Jon Batty took the honors in the blue flight and won with thirty five points. Lyle Blaw has just returned for another visit and he came second with thirty.In the white flight Rod Crosswell was playing his first ever game with us and started in style by being a very clear winner with an excellent thirty nine points. Russell Gilroy was five points behind Rod but he still got the second place with thirty four. Rodney Nabbe also had thirty four but he lost the count back to Russell and had to settle for the third and last place and once again today we had no ‘2’s.Blue Flight1st Jon Batty (8) 35pts2nd Lyle Blaw (11) 30ptsWhite Flight1st Rod Crosswell (15) 39pts2nd Russell Gilroy (16) 34pts3rd Rod Nabbe (13) 34ptsNote: The Tara Court Golf Group play every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, leaving O’Gara’s Bar and Restaurant in the Tara Court on Pratamnak Rd. around 10.00 a.m. Sign up either in O’Gara’s or ring Joe on 089 249 1364. IPGC Golf from the Tara Court Golf SocietySunday, August 28, Green Valley – StablefordOn the way out here today it was looking very much like rain but by the time we got to the course it had cleared up and turned out to be another beautiful day for golf. We got round in what was probably a record time for golf on a Sunday and completed our round in three hours and fifteen minutes. Low season is definitely better for golf!Allan Parker.Again the same consistent golfers battled it out for the top spot today with thirty nine points each, two better than last Sunday and again Allan Parker won the count back which went down to the last six holes. For the second week in a row Russell Gilroy had to settle for the second place. Both of these players having been playing great golf for the past few weeks.
TINY STEELER FANS–Newborns at Magee-Women’s Hospital of UPMC with their Steelers gear. (Photo by J.L. Martello)Magee-Women’s Hospital of UPMC is showing their Steeler pride during the playoffs by hosting a nursery pep rally featuring Pittsburgh’s newest members of Steeler Nation before every game. The newborns will be swaddled in Terrible Towels and sport hand-knitted black and gold caps made by Magee’s Volunteer Knitters. The first rally was held Jan. 8, the day before the Steelers won against the Bengals to go on and play against the Broncos.STEELER FAMILY–New mother Glennice Thomas holds her 2-day-old Steelers fan, Djibril Diallo, who is wrapped up in the terrible towel and rooting the team on in their playoff bid in the 2015-2016 season. She is supported by her sister, Mattie Thomas.(Photo by J.L. Martello)Pictured are participants of the first baby rally, Glennice Thomas and her son, Djibril Diallo, just two days after she gave birth.Glennice, who thought what the hospital is doing is really nice since all the babies were born in Pittsburgh, said it does not matter to her what Diallo does when he grows up as long as he is happy and he is good at whatever he does.Mattie Thomas, Glennice’s sister, a diehard devoted Steelers fan, said, “Djibril makes me believe even more that we are going to win.”BABY SUPPORT—Then two-day-old Djibril Diallo supporting the Steelers in their playoff run. (Photo by J.L. Martello)