British Boxing Board of Control head: ‘These are not crooked decisions. But there are flaws in the system’


The British Boxing Board of Control’s Robert Smith talks to Matt Christie following yet another controversial night in a British ring
There have been suggestions that Josh Warrington should have been pulled out sooner. What was your perception of the main event from your position at ringside?

I’m sitting six metres back behind a perspex screen. The people closer are the judges and the referee. I spoke to Howard [Foster, the referee] after the bout. In all but name, Josh Warrington was a world champion. Although he was hurt, Howard tells me Josh’s eyes were clear and, when asked, he said, ‘I’m alright, Howard.’ So he addressed the referee by his name. So Howard let it continue.

You will notice that a couple of times, Howard was concerned about Josh’s jaw so he’s gone to have a look in the corner and Josh was readily talking. Also, during the bout – after the fourth – Josh was talking to his opponent. So Howard felt that he should be given the benefit of the doubt and be allowed to continue.

I actually thought Josh was clawing his way back into it. So with all that in mind – Howard’s experience, that Josh’s eyes were clear, he was talking and he was fighting back plus the fact that Josh was a world champion, it was an important fight, his qualities are well known and other people have come back from similar situations to win – Howard made the call to let the fight continue.

With that in mind, that Howard knows Josh as a fighter and made a decision because of that, would the same chances have been given to Lara if he’d have been in similar trouble?

People are assuming things. The first priority of the referee is the safety of the boxer. Once he’s decided that he can continue then other factors may come in. How is he recovering? He knows Josh has an experienced corner – now that’s not shifting responsibility, it’s a fact that has to be taken into consideration. And I would hope that if Lara had been in the same position, if he had responded in the same way, the fight would have continued also.

Were you uncomfortable at any point watching the fight develop?

First of all, what took everyone by surprise, was the shock of what was happening; I was shocked that Josh went over as he did. It was a good shot and he was obviously hurt. His legs were stiff and you could see he was not his normal self but he’d just been hit with a very good shot.

But yes, I am always concerned if anybody is in that position.

Will Howard have to face any hearing?

It’s too early to say. I’ve spoken to him but I am awaiting reports to come in regarding the whole tournament. But from initial discussions, he acted in the proper way. To my mind he’s a world class official and people will say he got it wrong, people will say he gave the boy the benefit of the doubt. There are numerous examples of fighters being given the benefit of the doubt and going on to win the fight.

What was your reaction to the scores in the Zelfa Barrett-Kiko Martinez fight?

I can tell you this: The closest people to the action are the judges and the referee. I am six metres back and I had Barrett winning by a couple of rounds. Two metres behind me is the promoters. Now, when I spoke to Eddie Hearn, he thought that Barrett had nicked it by a round. The commentary teams are significantly further back – they’re in a box – and they had it a draw. Further back still, at an angle, you’ve got the pundits like Johnny Nelson and Adam Booth. So the further you went back the more the perception of the result changes.

My own opinion was that Martinez was full of industry but a lot of the punches, his hooks and swings, were landing on the gloves whereas Barrett was landing the cleaner shots. Now people can interpret that in many ways.

You had two judges who had exactly the same score (118-111). Now I’m not defending anyone but that’s a fact. So you look closer and the judges only agreed on five of the 12 rounds. In the remaining seven, there were three rounds where one judge scored it even and there was a further two rounds where there was a complete split – one went for the red corner, one went for the blue corner and another judge called it even. That indicates to me that they were close rounds.

With the current system, a close round can be 10-9 and a wide round can be 10-9 and maybe that’s where something needs to be changed. That’s where we get the difference of opinion.

In your position, can you trigger a change of thinking in regard to the scoring?

The whole world needs to change. I have stood up at sanctioning body conventions and said we need to consider making a wide round 10-8 and a round where a knockdown is scored, 10-7. But just because there’s a knockdown doesn’t make it 10-8 now if it’s a flash knockdown. It’s down to interpretation but I do believe there is value in looking at the system.

What is your opinion on open scoring?

We don’t permit it here because there could be a crowd reaction. I also think you could get a situation where a fighter is so far ahead they just get on their bike and run which would take away the endeavour.

I quite like that you don’t know the result until the end. We’re not like football or rugby where you get points or goals on the board. We are the only sport where you don’t know the result until the end.

I do think that half the problem is that someone gets a feeling that someone has won it and they haven’t. I think on Saturday, because of his endeavour, a lot of people thought that Martinez won when I don’t believe he did win.

There is clearly an issue in the viewers’ perception so frequently differing from the actual result. It can be wildly different and that is also different to any other sport.

I understand that. But from your position at home you can be swayed by the commentary.

Is there more that the Board of Control can do, in the face of accusations of incompetence and even worse, in terms of how you react to the controversial decisions?

We get the reports, we read the reports and if we’re concerned about anyone’s performance we act upon it. I do think that the current time period without crowds, where the majority of people who are voicing their opinion aren’t in the crowd or aren’t at ringside, has something to do with this. Again, those who are in the arena have different views. Some are one metre away, others are 100 metres away. Some can see replays, some can’t. There are lots of factors why people are disagreeing with results but that doesn’t mean it’s crooked or people are incompetent.

I do respect the opinion of everyone but that doesn’t mean that they’re right. I thought Barrett won by two rounds and I accept that people will disagree with that.

What was your reaction to Eddie Hearn saying that it will be difficult to get fighters to the UK because of the ongoing controversy?

Of course it hurts. I don’t think it’s helpful that people are saying that but I do understand why people are saying that. It all stems back to how the fight is scored. You can have a 12-rounder that’s a rip-roarer and someone wins every round by 10-9 and it then looks on paper like it’s been a whitewash when it hasn’t been a whitewash. That’s where the problem lies.

Are the judges encouraged, if a round is close, to score it one way or the other rather than scoring it even?

Yes. I say to people they need to find a winner from each round.

Does that not create a problem when the best solution to scoring a round that’s close is to score it level?

I’m not going to argue with that but I do feel, in the space of three minutes, you can generally find a winner. I’m not saying they HAVE to find a winner in every round. A lot of the time we can forget what happened in the first minute of the round, or in the first half of the fight. You know as well as I do that you can watch a fight at ringside, then go back and watch on TV and it looks like a completely different fight.

These are not crooked decisions. But I do believe there are flaws in the system that affect how the fights are scored that can be looked at. The key is to ensure everyone in the world looks as well because it’s imperative that all judges score the same way.

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What channel is Barcelona vs. PSG on today? Time, TV schedule to watch Champions League match in USA



The start of the Champions League features an intriguing matchup between La Liga’s Barcelona and Ligue 1’s Paris Saint-Germain.
Both teams feature among the best strikers in the sport: Lionel Messi is second in La Liga with 15 goals this season, while PSG’s Kylian Mbappe ranks first in Ligue 1 with 16. Whoever performs better on Tuesday could set their club up for success in the first leg of the Round of 16.
But soccer is a team sport, and it will take more than Messi and Mbappe to secure victory in Tuesday’s match. In that sense, Barcelona may be playing the best it has all season, taking a seven-game La Liga win streak into its match vs. PSG; it has also won three of its last four games in the Copa Del Rey, though it did lose its last match to Sevilla on Wednesday.PSG is playing inspired recently as well, taking a three-game Ligue 1 win streak into its match vs. Barcelona, as well as wins in the Coupe de France and Trophee des Champions.Here’s everything you need to know about the opening match of the Champions League, including time, TV channel, streaming info and more:MORE: Watch Barcelona vs. PSG live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)What channel is Barcelona vs. PSG on today?Cable subscribers can watch Barcelona vs. PSG on CBS Sports Network or on the streaming service CBS All Access (which will soon rebrand as Paramount+). Cord cutters can watch it on the streaming service as well, at the cost of $9.99 per month (or $5.99 with limited commercials). For those on the fence — or who simply want to watch the match before canceling — CBS All Access offers a week-long free trial. Another option is fuboTV, which also offers a seven-day free trial.How to watch Champions League games in USACBS has comprehensive broadcasting rights of the Champions League, though certain matches can only be watched on CBS All Access/Paramount+, while other matches can be seen on CBS and the CBS Sports Network.Coverage begins with the first leg of the Round of 16, which will be split between CBSSN and CBS All Access.CBS All Access will officially rebrand as Paramount+ on March 4, five days before the start of the second leg of the Round of 16 on March 9. From there, CBSSN and the rebranded streaming service will split coverage of the remainder of the Round of 16, which concludes on March 17.Fans who want to watch the quarterfinals — which run from April 6 through April 14 — can only do so on Paramount+.CBSSN and Paramount+ will again split coverage of the Champions League with the semifinals, which run from April 27 through May 5. Fans can watch the Champions League final on May 29, either on CBS or via Paramount+.Champions League Round of 16 scheduleRound of 16, first legTuesday, Feb. 16Barcelona vs. PSGRB Leipzig vs. LiverpoolWednesday, Feb. 17Juventus vs. FC PortoSevilla vs. Borussia DortmundTuesday, Feb. 23Atletico Madrid vs. ChelseaLazio vs. Bayern MunichWednesday, Feb. 24Borussia Monchengladbach vs. Manchester CityAtalanta vs. Real MadridRound of 16, second legTuesday, March 9
Juventus vs. FC PortoBorussia Dortmund vs. SevillaWednesday, March 10Liverpool vs. RB LeipzigBarcelona vs. PSGTuesday, March 16Borussia Monchengladbach vs. Manchester CityAtalanta vs. Real MadridWednesday, March 17Lazio vs. Bayern MunichAtletico Madrid vs. Chelsea

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Big Off-Season… Massive Opportunity!!

As we prepare for another roller coaster off-season with the Minnesota Vikings, we are once again feeling the usual hope and optimism. With the draft around the corner, many fans and experts have their own ideas of what Vikings will do come April. Do you take the best available player, or do you draft for need? Or will Rick once again trade back and recoup some lost picks? Either way, it seems like for the first time in a while the Minnesota Vikings are in a unique position. Over the last few years, so many game-changers were selected in the 8-15 range. You can go offense or defense and get a guy that fits right in to make an instant impact.
For the first time in the Mike Zimmer era, it was the offense that carried this team and put us on the brink of a playoff spot even with a 1-5 start. So, assuming that continues with some new additions upfront, you would be right to believe the Vikings are going to be a strong contender next season. As always, the biggest challenge that new OC Klint Kubiak will have to figure out is how to protect Kirk Cousins and allow him to really take over in games.
Addressing our biggest issue!

Common sense would suggest the Vikings take the highest-ranked offensive lineman. Kirk Cousins was the 3rd most pressured quarterback in the league last season (38.6%) but still managed to finish in the top 10 in passer rating (105.0). The Vikings have done reasonably well over the last 2 years taking an offensive lineman in the 2nd round of those drafts and they have both worked out quite well, but we don’t have a pick in the 2nd round this year so maybe this is the year we address that position we so desperately need to improve on to allow our offense to be even more explosive next year.
Another option, however, is building our offensive line through free agency. The name that jumps up at you is Trent Williams, who the Vikings tried to acquire last year but he refused. The free agency pool seems to be filled with quite a few really solid offensive linemen that could instantly make our team better and would need no introduction to the league. A perfect example of a veteran lineman going to a team and making a huge impact is Andrew Whitworth going to the Los Angeles Rams and solidifying that line in the run and most importantly protecting the quarterback’s blindside. Paying for an established player in that position is one of the few roster moves that are very low risk and tend to work out more than often.

The most unlikely scenario would be to trade for one of the available players in that position. This wouldn’t be such a bad idea considering the nature of the position. Offensive linemen tend to play till much later in terms of age compared to most other positions. Ravens are said to be looking for a 1st round pick from anyone interested in Orlando Brown Jr who had a tremendous season at left tackle. The Vikings should strongly consider this as an option, Brown is 23 years old and will shore up that position for at least the next 8 years. A 1st round pick is a small compensation to pay for a player that would be a massive part of your offense for a decade.

The Other Side of the Ball
The Vikings’ strong point for the entirety of Mike Zimmer’s tenure as the head coach has been defense. That was not the case last season, the Vikings ranked 30th overall, our pass rush was non-existent (28th in sacks) and what was even more alarming was how easily teams were able to run the ball at will. Injuries happen all over the NFL but to have so many starters and their replacements out injured took a massive toll on the team. One thing that Vikings fans can be certain of is that there will be no repeat of this and we can be sure that our defense will be back to its usual self.
Not only do the Vikings have a lot to look forward to with players coming back from injury, but the young cornerbacks also really came into their own as the season progressed. Cameron Dantzler was the highest-graded cornerback since week 7.
Expectations or False Hope?
There is plenty to look forward to if you’re a Vikings fan, if we can somehow manage to put it all together, we can build something special. This offseason we have a very rare opportunity where if we play our cards right we can certainly put our names firmly in the mix for the NFC.

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TSN Archives: Ted Williams surges on last day to finish at .406



Ted Williams wanted to be known as the Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived, and he made an excellent case to own that moniker. His 1941 season was when he officially put the baseball world on notice that his skill with a bat would be hard to match, in large part because of his season-long chase to finish with a batting average of .400 or higher, which hadn’t been done in the AL at that point since 1923. Heading into the season’s final stretch, The Sporting News was among the many news outlets watching with awe and anticipation to see whether Williams, then 22 years would, would remain at or above the hallowed mark at season’s end. He did, of course, finishing the season at .406. In the Oct. 9, 1941, edition of The Sporting News, writer Jack Malaney recounted the late surge that propelled Williams over the .400 mark on the season’s final day.
Original publish date: October 9, 1941
Thumping Ted tags all bases for .406Could have sat out to protect average, but refusedBy Jack MalaneyBOSTON, Mass. — Though the Red Sox long since has clinched second place and could not go any higher, interest in the final week of the scheduled games was as keen as it had been in any week of the season. And as high as it had been all week, it reached its peak Sunday, September 28, the final day of the American League season. Teddy Williams was the reason!Every member of the Sox from Owner Tom Yawkey down to the batboy and clubhouse attendants, every baseball writer in Boston, and we say without fear of contradiction, every baseball fan in New England, was pulling for Teddy to finish the season batting .400 or better.TSN ARCHIVES: Mike Schmidt  | Ken Griffey Jr.He did, unless the unofficial figures are off. But he had a narrow escape, and he had to make six hits in eight times at bat in the double-header played on the final day to get where he finished — .4057, which will be recorded as .406.When that double-header at Shibe Park started, Teddy was batting .3995, and that would not have been .400, if it had been his final mark. He had lost a little more than six points in four games, and it was the first time he had been under .400 since July 24.Ted had left Boston a week before that final game possessing a mark of .406. There remained three games at Washington and a like set a Philadelphia.The three games at Griffville threw him for a loss. He made only two hits in ten times at bat. That Washington park, with its long, spacious right field territory, is a tough one for Williams.There were a couple of off-days and then play was resumed at Philadelphia, September 27. Connie Mack had brought up a young righthanded knuckle-ball pitcher from Wilmington named Roger Wolff and sent him against the Sox in the first game. Teddy saw knuckle-balls every time he went to bat and the best he could get was one hit in four times at bat. That was when he fell below .400.There was tenseness in the Sox quarters on Sunday morning. Would Teddy be able to come back and regain that lost ground? Would he be stulted by other young pitchers attempting to make an impression? Would he play out the string if he managed to get up over the .400 mark?He answered all the questions and he answered that last one first. He would stay in the game and in the lineup to the bitter end, even if his last couple of times at bat dropped him to .398.  He was adamant about that and Skipper Joe Cronin back him up, although Joe declared he was willing that Williams should protect his mark, if he so desired. Ted did not so desire.It did not take long after the first game of the double-header started to relieve everybody’s mind. Teddy got a single his first time up, a homer over the right field wall the next and then two more singles in successive times at bat. He finally failed to make a hit his fifth time up, although reaching first on an error and no attempt was made to change the miscue and credit him with a hit. It was a plain, everyday error.When that game was over, Ted was well above .400. he had nothing to worry about, because he could go hitless in four more times at bat and still be over .400 and there was little chance he would go four times at bat. It was almost sure to be too dark to complete the second game and that was true.However, Ted mad hits in his first two times up in the nightcap, the second of which was a terrific double that cut a hole in the loud speaker horns which hang from the top of the right-center field wall at Shibe Park. So he made doubly sure of his position.
It was one of the finest exhibitions of batting Philadelphia fans have seen in a long time. Later on, Boston writers were asked if Ted got real legitimate hits, or did the Philadelphia pitchers lay it in for him to wallop? The Philadelphia pitchers did not attempt to prevent Teddy from hitting by deliberately passing him or keeping the ball so far away or so far inside that he would not be able to get hold. But they did NOT toss the ball up to him. They pitched, and hit as few others can hit.Teddy was as delighted as a child with a new toy at having accomplished what so few other great batters have been able to do. He was the first American leaguer to bat .400, or better, since Harry Heilmann did the trick in 1923, when Teddy was a kid of five. Ted is the youngest man ever to do the stunt in the Big Show, also, and there are those who believe he is only starting as a great batter.As delighted as Ted was, Tom Yawkey was equally pleased. The fact that Ted, as a .400 batter, will be able to demand a higher salary next year than if he did not make it, did not disturb Yawkey. If Tom had his way, he would have four or five .400 batters and all would be paid their due. That’s the kind of baseball sportsman he is.

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TSN Archives: Tracking Ken Griffey Jr.’s meteoric rise from No. 1 pick to MLB star



Few rookies have captured the nation’s attention quite like Ken Griffey Jr., the lefty with the sweet swing, huge smile and incredible all-around talent when he was a 19-year-old kid playing in the majors. Instead of giving you just one Junior Griffey story, we’re going to give you a glimpse at how a weekly publication like TSN covered a phenom like Griffey in the world before social media. 
Every issue of TSN included hundreds of little notes on players and teams, in every sport. There were plenty of features and in-depth stories, of course, but lots of the pages read like a compilation of Twitter-size news bytes. With his dad already a TSN regular, Junior had name recognition and the talent that intoxicated the baseball-loving country. We’ll start with the first mention we could find of Junior and go all the way up to his first (of many) TSN cover — which came out right when he made his MLB debut. And then, for fun, we’ll add one entertaining tidbit from his rookie season. 
TSN ARCHIVES: TSN introduces Joe DiMaggio to America♦♦♦♦♦June 8, 1987The first mention of Ken Griffey’s son in the pages of The Sporting News magazine was actually in the team notes section. In the team notes for the Pirates, written by Bob Hertzel. Scouting director Elmer Gray was responsible for Cincinnati drafting Ken Griffey when he was with the Reds. The Pirates hold the second pick in June’s amateur draft, and Gray could have a hand in the drafting of Ken Griffey Jr.♦♦♦♦♦June 15, 1987On the left side of Page 2, the table of contents, is the first picture of a smiling Ken Griffey Jr., to grace the pages of TSN. Junior’s wearing a Braves uniform and cap; the picture was taken before the draft in the Atlanta dugout, where his dad was playing in 1987. The story of the MLB Draft results — mostly about Griffey Jr. — is on Page 22. Here’s an excerpt, from the article written by Seattle-based contributor Jim Street.Griffey kept the comparisons within the family, saying he saw himself as a copy of his father. “We do basically everything the same,” he said. “We hit, run and throw the same.”But Ken Griffey Sr. disagreed. “To me, he’s got more power than I will ever have. He’s a lot better than I was at the same age.”As a senior at Moeller this season, Griffey batted .478 with seven home runs and 28 RBIs in 24 games. He was 13 for 13 in stolen bases. “I can’t compare him to other players around the country because I haven’t seen them,” said Moeller coach Mike Cameron. “But he’s the finest, ability-wise, I’ve seen in 20 years.”Among the current major leaguers Cameron coached are Barry Larkin and Buddy Bell of the Reds. ♦♦♦♦♦June 22, 1987Longtime TSN staffer Stan Isle wrote a weekly notes column in the magazine for more than a decade, and he led off his column this week talking about Griffey Jr. At age 17, Ken Griffey Jr. signs a $150,000 contract with the Mariners as the No. 1 selection in major league baseball’s amateur draft. Contrast that with the circumstances 18 years ago, when Ken Griffey Sr. — now an Atlanta Braves outfielder in his 15th major league season — signed his first professional contract with Cincinnati. As the elder Griffey recalled, Cincinnati game him “a jock strap, a pair of sanitary hose and a Reds warmup jacket” before dispatching him to Bradenton (Gulf Coast) with a contract that called for $500 a month. He was selected in the 29th round of the 1969 draft, perhaps the 700th player chosen. Young Griffey is a power-hitting outfielder like his father and a heralded product of Cincinnati’s Moeller High School. “He runs like I did when I was chasing his mother,” said the proud father. Griffey has reported to Seattle’s rookie league team at Bellingham (Northwest), where he can look forward to bus trips into Oregon and Idaho. “If he has any problems,” said Ken Sr., “he can give me a call. I’ll call him every day, too, to make sure he’s alright.”♦♦♦♦♦Aug.10, 1987Griffey items, such as this one on Bob McCoy’s “Keeping Score” page, quickly became regulars in pretty much every issue. Ken Griffey Jr., the No. 1 pick in the June free-agent draft, on life with the Seattle Mariners’ farm club in Bellingham, Wash., in his first summer away from his Cincinnati home: “I kept thinking about things I’d be doing back at home, you know, running around the house with my brother, being at the pool, just things like that. I got real down … I didn’t know what to do. All I knew is I wanted to go back.”♦♦♦♦♦Sept. 7, 1987Of course the Mariners entry on the “Around the Minors” page is about Griffey. Bellingham outfielder Ken Griffey Jr., the first player selected in this summer’s draft, was batting .301 on August 25 and was tied for the Northwest League lead in home runs (13). “He started out very, very slowly,” manager Rick Sweet said. “Basically, he was overmatched. But now he’s one of the better hitters in the league.” Sweet predicted that Griffey, 17, would be in the majors by the time he is 21 or 22.♦♦♦♦♦Sept. 21, 1987In the era before social media, the “Voice of the Fan” letters page was a big deal. It was a way to have your opinion broadcast to the entire nation. This fan, Eddie Cannon Jr., of Owensboro, Ky., has an issue with the “phony” NCAA system. The more things change, eh? Eddie’s letter to TSN:I am tired of hearing everyone from congressmen to college coaches wanting to protect the amateur athlete. First of all, they don’t need to be protected from anyone but themselves. They are the ones who accept the money. They want the money. In baseball, the players who want the money sign a minor-league contract and play. The players who cheat are the ones using the college system. They want to refine their athletic skills for the pros and college is the only place for them to do so.It’s funny how everyone made such a big deal when Herschel Walker left Georgia after his junior year, but when Ken Griffey Jr. signed a contract out of high school no one was complaining that he was going to miss out on a college education. What’s really needed is an honest farm system for the NFL and NCAA, not the phony system that now exists in the colleges.♦♦♦♦♦March 21, 1988From Stan Isle’s notes column again. Seriously, TSN was Twitter before Twitter. Think of the RTs this anecdote would have generated.Outfielder Ken Griffey Jr., behind the wheel of the Mercedes he bought after receiving a reported $175,000 signing bonus from the Mariners last summer, drove all around Tempe, Ariz., trying to find the Seattle club’s spring training hotel. In exasperation, Griffey swung into a parking lot and used his auto phone to call Bob Porter, the Mariners’ public relations director. Griffey listened intently, jotted down Porter’s directions and started his engine. He drove about 100 feet before he looked up and realized he had called Porter from the lot at the Mariners’ hotel ♦♦♦♦♦April 25, 1988Senior was playing for the Braves to start the 1988 season, which meant the Braves team notes were a great place for this Junior tidbit:Ken Griffey Jr. had two homers in his first three games with San Bernardino, Seattle’s California League affiliate. His father had only two hits in his first 17 at-bats with the Braves. “I’ve got to get some of those bats Junior is using,” the father said. Griffey, who turned 38 during the first week of the season, still hopes to play at least one game in the majors at the same time as his son. ♦♦♦♦♦May 25, 1988Yep, the Griffey Jr. excitement was real, folks. Ken Griffey Jr. is so popular in San Bernardino (California) that a Ken Griffey Poster Night promotion May 6 was a sellout. On May 17, Griffey and two teammates addressed 2,500 sixth-graders in the “Safe at home, not out on drugs” program. ♦♦♦♦♦July 4, 1988Ugh. Bad news, in the “Around the Minors” page. Outfielder Ken Griffey Jr., the first player selected in last year’s draft, probably will miss the rest of the season because of a stress fracture in a vertebra. He was batting .338 and had 11 homers, 42 RBIs and 32 stolen bases for San Bernardino (California) when he injured himself diving for a ball June 9. ♦♦♦♦♦Aug. 8, 1988More bad news for the Griffey duo. For a couple of months now, pretty much every Braves team note talked about Senior’s struggles and the Braves’ attempts to trade him. Eventually he was released, promoting this note in Moss Klein’s “A.L. Beat” page. 
For Seinfeld fans … the Ken Phelps-for-Jay Buhner (and his rocket for an arm) trade might not have happened if the Yankees had just waited a couple of days to get Ken Griffey.We would have been robbed of a classic sitcom quote. pic.twitter.com/nQ5xvYkQZt
— Ryan Fagan (@ryanfagan) August 6, 2018♦♦♦♦♦Aug. 29, 1988He’s back! The injury wasn’t as bad as first thought. From the Around the Minors page.Ken Griffey Jr., in his first appearance since being sidelined for two months with a stress fracture in a vertebra, went 2 for 4, scored a run, stole a base and had one RBI as Vermont (Eastern) lost to Williamsport, 4-3. ♦♦♦♦♦March 6, 1989Neither Griffey had a great start to spring. In the Reds team note, it was mentioned that Senior was hit in the chin by a ball that glanced off a protective screen near first base. And then this, from the Mariners team note. Ken Griffey Jr. was a first-day casualty when a thrown ball hit his glove and then slammed into his right eye. The eye was swollen shut. ♦♦♦♦♦March 27, 1989Junior is still just 19, but it’s become obvious during the spring that his arrival in the majors will be sooner than later. A short stand-alone story written by Jim Street on Page 28 is headlined “A Father-Son ‘First’ For the Griffeys?” An excerpt:Ken Griffey Jr. is making a serious bid to become the youngest player in the major leagues this season. The Seattle Mariners’ 19-year-old center fielder, drafted No. 1 in the country in 1987 out of Moeller High School in Cincinnati, went to spring training as a non-roster invitee. But after 12 Cactus League games, he was batting .429 (15 for 35) with one home run, two triples, two doubles and a team-high 12 runs batted in. “He can run, he can hit, he can throw and he can make things happen,” said M’s pitching ace Mark Langston. “I don’t care if he’s 19 or whatever, this guy can make the club and help us.” ♦♦♦♦♦

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April 10, 1989The Griffeys make the cover of The Sporting News. The cover story, written by Griffey regular Jim Street, is on Page 12. The headline screams “Clock Strikes Griffey Time.” An excerpt … Griffey rushed himself into the picture, and the outlook for the Mariners changed almost overnight. In his spring-training prospectus, (manager Jim) Lefebvre didn’t even mention Griffey’s name among those battling for outfield positions.By the time the Cactus League schedule began, Griffey’s status already was on the rise. And there was no stopping him. Lefebvre had decided to play the youngster almost every game. “I want to take a good look at him,” he said. “We’ll see how it goes.”It went better than anyone expected. Even Griffey. “I didn’t expect to be playing this well,” he said when he was midway through a 15-game hitting streak that was the longest in Mariners’ history for spring training.And when the Cactus League pitching got better, so did Griffey’s hitting. Skeptics were waiting for him to be overmatched, but he went through a three-week stretch in which he never went more than four at-bats without a hit.♦♦♦♦♦April 10, 1989Legendary Dayton sportswriter Hal McCoy was a TSN regular, and he crushed his story on what it was like for Ken Griffey, member of the famed Big Red Machine and now back with the Reds, to become Griffey Senior in the blink of an eye. An excerpt:As a Grapefruit League game was in progress at the Reds’ spring training facility in Plant City, Fla., Griffey and fellow outfielders Paul O’Neill, Eric Davis and Kal Daniels sweated throuhgh 50-yard wind sprints along the outfield warning track. O’Neill, Davis and Daniels completed their work, but Griffey plodded on, perspiration dripping off his chin in the 80-degree heat.When Griffey finished, Davis leaned against a bullpen chain link fence and asked Griffey, “Hey, ol’ man, need some air? If you do, I’ll go to the clubhouse and fetch some.”Griffey walked slowly to the clubhouse and equipment manager Bernie Stows greeted him with, “Hi, Senior.” Griffey feigned anger and Stowe said, “I could have called you senior citizen.”Cincinnati restaurateur Jeff Ruby, who was in the clubhouse, added his comments, saying, “It’s the Other Griffey.”The elder Griffey quickly corrected Ruby, saying, “I’m the Original Griffey.”♦♦♦♦♦May 29, 1989With all of 14 MLB games under his belt, Griffey Jr. rattled off a stretch of eight hits in eight consecutive at-bats (with a couple of walks mixed in), and he batted .625 in the final week of April, his first month in the bigs. That stretch was covered in a short article by Jim Street in the May 15 issue. So, yes, the hype jumped up a notch. Another Street short, titled “Griffey Bars Gobbled Up” told the story.SEATTLE — Demand for the Ken Griffey Jr. Milk Chocolate Bar far exceeds the supply and shows no signs of letting up. “It has gotten out of hand,” said Mike Cramer of Pacific Trading Cards Inc. of Edmonds, Wash., two days after the candy bars became available. “I had no idea the demand would be this phenomenal. We have more orders than we have bars being made.”MORE: 10 times Ken Griffey Jr. invaded pop culture in the ’90sThe 13-ounce candy bars resemble chocolate baseball cards, with wrappers showing the Seattle Mariners’ rookie center fielder at bat. The sale of the 95-cent bars began May 17, but some stores had been sold out before the candy even reached the shelves.“We had been taking phone orders for about two weeks before they actually were available,” one store manager said. “Out first shipments were sold out before they got here.”Cramer said his company was working two shifts and producing about 12,000 bars a day. He initially had planned to test market 2,500.“We weren’t ready for this,” he said. “I swear to God, we have to crank them out like Hershey bars.” 
He said only local orders were being filled and he was not sure if the bars would be available nationally.“I have a large order from Cincinnati (Griffey’s father plays for the Reds), but I don’t know when, or if, I will get them out,” Cramer said. “At some point we may say, ‘We’re done’ and shut it down.“We’ll produce them until we get tired. I’d say we’ll do this another three or four weeks. But the time we’re done with this, we’ll have had our fill of chocolate. The crew is dragging and I am dragging right along with them.”

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ปฏิเสธคำอุทธรณ์ของ Hollie Doyle กลับไปที่: Europe, Shared News Europe อัปเดต: 15 กุมภาพันธ์ 2021 เวลา 10:42 น. เรื่องก่อนหน้า | เรื่องต่อไป Hollie Doyle | 8 กุมภาพันธ์ของ Scoop Dyga Hollie Doyle ยื่นอุทธรณ์คำสั่งห้าม 6 วันหลังจากใช้แส้ใน Echo Brava (GB) (Proclamation Ire) ในเคมป์ตันโดยคณะกรรมการวินัยของ British Horseracing Authority ประกาศเมื่อวันจันทร์ การห้ามหกวันจะดำเนินต่อไป ผู้ชนะกลุ่มที่ 1 ได้เลือกที่จะอุทธรณ์หลังจากพิจารณาแล้วว่าน้ำเสียงของเจ้าหน้าที่ตำรวจในระหว่างการสอบสวนเบื้องต้นนั้นน่าตำหนิ ไม่ใช่สมาชิก? คลิกที่นี่เพื่อลงทะเบียน PDF หรือการแจ้งเตือนรายวัน บทความนี้เผยแพร่ในยุโรป, Shared News Europe, Top News Europe และติดแท็กคำอุทธรณ์, BHA, British Horseracing Authority, British Horseracing Authority Disciplinary Panel, Echo Brava (GB), Hollie Doyle, whip abuse, Kempton, Stewards Investigation การดาวน์โหลด TDN ของคุณเริ่มต้นแล้วหากการดาวน์โหลดไม่เสร็จสมบูรณ์คลิกที่นี่

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เชสเตอร์เผยแผนรองรับผู้ชม 5,000 คนเพื่อเข้าร่วมเทศกาลเดือนพฤษภาคมพร้อมการทดสอบในสถานที่


สนามแข่งม้าเชสเตอร์เผยแผนการรองรับผู้ชม 5,000 คนต่อวันเพื่อเข้าร่วมเทศกาลเดือนพฤษภาคมด้วยการทดสอบโควิดจำนวนมากในสถานที่และผู้เข้าร่วมการแข่งขันตามเวลาที่มาถึงเพื่อหลีกเลี่ยงการจราจรติดขัดจะต้องได้รับการอนุมัติจาก BHA และจะอยู่ภายใต้ระเบียบการของรัฐบาลโดย Marcus Townend สำหรับ Daily Mail โพสต์: 16:46 น. EST 15 กุมภาพันธ์ 2564 | อัปเดต: 19:54 น. EST วันที่ 15 กุมภาพันธ์ 2564 เชสเตอร์เปิดเผยแผนการที่จะอนุญาตให้ผู้ชม 5,000 คนเข้าร่วมการพบปะสังสรรค์ในเดือนพฤษภาคมโดยผู้เข้าร่วมแต่ละคนจะมีการทดสอบโควิดในสถานที่ข้อเสนอจะเห็นการทดสอบการไหลด้านข้าง 1,800 ครั้งต่อชั่วโมงโดยแยกกันสามครั้ง ไซต์ที่ Le route โดยมีเวลามาถึงแบบเซเพื่อหลีกเลี่ยงการจราจรติดขัด โปรแกรมของเชสเตอร์เมื่อปีที่แล้วเกิดขึ้นหลังประตูปิด แทร็กกล่าวว่าไม่สามารถเป็นเจ้าภาพการแข่งขันในปีนี้ได้อย่างยั่งยืนหากไม่เปลี่ยนแปลง เชสเตอร์มีแผนที่จะรองรับผู้ชมได้มากถึง 5,000 คนในแต่ละวันของ Richard Thomas ประธานเจ้าหน้าที่บริหารการประชุมประชาชนเดือนพฤษภาคมกล่าวว่าผู้ชมน้อยกว่า 5,000 คนหมายความว่าหนึ่งวันของการแข่งรถจะเสียเงินและข้อเสนออาจเป็นวิธีการเร่งการเพิ่มจำนวนผู้ชม . ผู้สังเกตการณ์เมื่อรัฐบาลเริ่มผ่อนปรนข้อ จำกัด โทมัสซึ่งรับทราบแผนจะต้องได้รับการอนุมัติจาก BHA และปฏิบัติตามระเบียบการของรัฐบาลกล่าวว่า ‘นี่เป็นเพียงจุดเริ่มต้น เราจะมีการพูดคุยกับหน่วยงานในพื้นที่มากขึ้นและหวังว่าจะได้พูดคุยกับรัฐบาล ในขณะเดียวกันโค้ชกอร์ดอนเอลเลียตได้ปกครองเดลต้าเวิร์คที่ได้รับบาดเจ็บออกจากการแข่งขันเชลเทนแฮมโกลด์คัพซึ่งเขาจบอันดับที่ 5 เมื่อปีที่แล้ว Allmankind ของ Dan Skelton ยังคงอยู่ที่ 8-1 สำหรับการไล่ตาม Arkle มือใหม่หลังจากให้ Sky Pirate 3 ปอนด์และการตี 17 ความยาวใน การแสวงหาสามเณรจาก Kingmaker ไปยัง Warwick โฆษณาแบ่งปันหรือแสดงความคิดเห็นในบทความนี้:.

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Barton ซีอีโอของ Crown Resorts ก้าวลงจากตำแหน่งหลังจากรายงานการฟอกเงินที่มีชื่อเสียง


โพสต์: 15 ก.พ. 2021 01:14 น แก้ไขล่าสุด 15 กุมภาพันธ์ 2021 03:23 น. Philip Conneller อ่านเพิ่มเติม Ken Barton CEO ของ Crown Resorts ก้าวลงจากตำแหน่งเมื่อวันจันทร์เนื่องจากผลกระทบยังคงดำเนินต่อไปตามรายงานที่น่ากลัวซึ่งผลักดันให้ บริษัท ต้องต่อสู้เพื่อขอใบอนุญาตในรัฐนิวเซาท์เวลส์ Ken Barton ในภาพนี้คาดว่าจะได้รับเช็คจำนวนมากแม้ว่าจะมีการวิพากษ์วิจารณ์อย่างมากเกี่ยวกับการทำงานของเขาในฐานะ CEO ของ Crown (ภาพ: ออสเตรเลียตะวันตก) การลาออกของเบอร์ตันอยู่ในการ์ดนับตั้งแต่มีการเผยแพร่รายงานของอดีตผู้พิพากษาศาลฎีกาของรัฐนิวเซาท์เวลส์ Patricia Bergin รายงานนี้อธิบายว่าเขา“ ไม่ตรงกับสิ่งที่จำเป็นสำหรับผู้ถือใบอนุญาตคาสิโน ปัญหาของเขาจะไม่ได้รับการแก้ไขโดยการแต่งตั้งผู้เชี่ยวชาญในพื้นที่นี้ซึ่งจะเป็นผู้ใต้บังคับบัญชาของเขา” เบอร์กินกล่าว รายงานสรุปว่า Crown กำลัง“ อำนวยความสะดวกในการฟอกเงินทำให้พนักงานเสี่ยงต่อการถูกคุมขังในเขตอำนาจศาลต่างประเทศและสร้างความสัมพันธ์ทางการค้ากับบุคคลที่เชื่อมโยงกับกลุ่มสามกลุ่มและกลุ่มอาชญากรรมที่จัดตั้งขึ้น” เขาแนะนำให้หน่วยงานกำกับดูแลการพนันของรัฐ ILGA ปฏิเสธที่จะต่ออายุใบอนุญาตการพนันของ Crown ในนิวเซาท์เวลส์ ในเดือนธันวาคม บริษัท ได้เปิดโรงแรมรีสอร์ทมูลค่า 1.7 พันล้านดอลลาร์ในซิดนีย์โดยไม่มีคาสิโน เงินเดือน 3 ล้านดอลลาร์แม้ว่าบาร์ตันจะถูกเน้นในรายงาน แต่บาร์ตันคาดว่าจะออกอย่างน้อย 3 ล้านดอลลาร์ (2.3 ล้านดอลลาร์) เดอะการ์เดียนรายงาน บาร์ตันแสดงให้เห็นว่า “ขาดความกังวลอย่างมาก” ในการตอบข้อกล่าวหาของสื่อที่ว่า Crown อำนวยความสะดวกในการฟอกเงินที่โรงงานในเมลเบิร์นและเพิร์ ธ ในตำแหน่งเดิมของเขาในตำแหน่ง CFO เขาเป็นผู้รับผิดชอบบัญชี VIP สองบัญชีที่แก๊งอาชญากรใช้เพื่อฟอกเงินจากการดำเนินการที่ผิดกฎหมายตามที่ Bergin กล่าวบาร์ตันได้รับการเสนอชื่อให้เป็น CEO ในเดือนมกราคม 2020 หลังจากทำงานให้กับ บริษัท มานานกว่า สิบปี. เฮเลนคูแนนประธานกรรมการคนปัจจุบันจะเข้ามาแทนที่เขาจนกว่าจะพบซีอีโอคนใหม่:“ ฉันไม่ได้รับบทบาทประธานบริหารอย่างจริงจัง แต่คณะกรรมการเชื่อว่าจะให้ความมั่นคงในการเป็นผู้นำและความมั่นใจในช่วงเวลาที่สำคัญสำหรับธุรกิจนี้” Coonan กล่าวในข้อความถึง ASX Coonan กล่าวเมื่อวันจันทร์ว่า บริษัท กำลังดำเนิน “ขั้นตอนสำคัญในการปรับปรุงการกำกับดูแลการปฏิบัติตามกฎระเบียบและวัฒนธรรมของเรา” ExodusBarton ติดตามผู้บริหารของ Crown อีกห้าคน ซึ่งรวมถึง Michael Johnston และ Guy Jalland ซึ่งดำรงตำแหน่งในคณะกรรมการของ James Packer ผู้ถือหุ้นรายใหญ่ที่สุดของ Crown Bergin วิพากษ์วิจารณ์ Packer ว่าทำหน้าที่เป็น “กรรมการโดยพฤตินัย” แม้ว่าจะไม่ได้ทำหน้าที่ในคณะกรรมการบริหารเป็นเวลาหลายปีและแนะนำว่าเขาเป็น “อิทธิพลที่ไม่เอื้ออำนวย” ต่อ บริษัท นอกจากนี้เธอยังแนะนำให้ตั้งค่าทุน 10 เปอร์เซ็นต์สำหรับคุณสมบัติ Crown นี่หมายความว่า Packer จะถูกบังคับให้สละเงินทุนบางส่วนใน บริษัท ถ้าไม่ใช่ทั้งหมด Packer กล่าวในระหว่างการเป็นพยานในการสอบสวนของ Bergin ว่าเขายินดีที่จะสละสัดส่วนการถือหุ้นใน Crown หาก บริษัท ได้รับการปกป้อง ใบอนุญาตของ บริษัท

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