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In addition to Rosberg and Jenson Button calling it quits (remember, Massa was lured out of retirement in the Mercedes deal), there are a few changes worth noting. The biggest change outside of those occurred when Kevin Magnussen turned down an offer to remain with Renault and signed with Haas, who will be conducting their second year Hockey Cheap Jerseys in Formula 1 this coming season.

As a result, Esteban Guti rrez was without a seat, leaving Magnussen and Romain Grosjean to occupy the Haas spots. Guti rrez moved to Formula E as a result.

Esteban Ocon moves from Manor to Force India, filling the seat of Nico H lkenberg, who moved on to Renault. Pascal Wehrlein, Ocon s teammate at Manor in 2017, signed on with Sauber for the 2017 season, leaving Felipe Nasr without a seat.

Stoffel Vandoorne, who earned points while substituting for the injured Fernando Alonso in 2017, now has a full seat with McLaren after Button s retirement or sabbatical, as he s called it. Finally, the 2017 European Formula 3 Championship winner, Lance Stroll, joins Williams to fill the seat vacated by Bottas.

Jordan Matthews led the Eagles receivers last year with an average of 11 yards per catch. Matthews caught 73 passes for 804 yards and just three touchdowns.

Smith led the NFL with 20.1 yards per reception in 2017 and Good Cheap Jerseys had a 13.4 yards-per-catch average last season with the 49ers dysfunctional quarterback situation. Smith’s career average is 17 yards per catch.

Jeffery has missed time over the last two years because of injuries, but the 6-3, 218-pound receiver could be WR1 for the Eagles. He’s caught 304 passes for 4,549 yards and 26 scores in 63 career games with an average of 15 yards per catch. If Smith and Jeffery can both stay healthy, the Eagles could return to the postseason for the first time since 2013.

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From the opening tip on, Gonzaga had dominated second-seeded UCLA on that night. The Zags led by as many as 17 in the first half and had fans across the country talking about them officially not being a mid-major anymore. With a little over three minutes to play, the Bulldogs held a 71-62 advantage. They had shown no signs over the course of the previous 37 minutes that such a lead could be squandered. They would not score again.

In the game s final minute, Gonzaga finally looked like the Hockey Jerseys program from the bottom of college basketball s totem pole facing the one with 11 national championships. They missed free throws, they threw the ball away, and they gave up uncontested lay-ups. UCLA scored the game s final 11 points, the Bulldogs lost, and Morrison cried on the court. I m sure you remember it well.

If head coach Mark Few is the most important man to Gonzaga basketball, assistant Tommy Lloyd is a close second. It s Lloyd who has given the Zags their international flair and discovered some of the program s greatest players. Karnowski will go down as one of his all-time gems.

Lloyd was at the U17 World Championships in Germany in 2010 to watch a Canadian point guard named Kevin Pangos. While he was there, it was a big kid from Poland who caught his eye. College wasn t Karnowski s only option; he could have turned pro as a teenager, too. But if he wanted to come to the United States and go to school, Few and Lloyd knew Gonzaga was an easy sell.

To combat this, and the convenient wave of minor injuries that seems to sweep football leagues just before international breaks, some national teams have begun to attempt to build a kind of club-away-from-club spirit. Perhaps recognising that the traditional attitude Well of course you should want to play for your country. It’s Good Cheap Jerseys your country. Are you some kind of traitor? I’m telling the Queen is a touch old-fashioned and entirely unhelpful, there’s been a drive to take the duty out of international duty.

Marcus Stroman returns to Duke for his college graduation

On Saturday, the Washington Nationals made an obvious decision, exercising the two-year option they held on general manager Mike Rizzo’s contract. Rizzo’s tenure has largely been a success: he’s led the Nationals from a lengthy rebuild to four consecutive winning seasons and counting. But rather than restate his record and all that jazz, let’s mark the occasion by looking at his five best and worst moves.

Rizzo’s five best

1. The draft. Is this cheating? Probably. But under Rizzo’s watch, the Nationals have selected Stephen Strasburg , Bryce Harper , Anthony Rendon , andLucas Giolito . Quibble all you want with how much credit Rizzo should receive for those picks — or for grabbing a pair of generational talents, and two others who went later than expected — but it’s impossible to rank this collection lower than first.

You can play all three of these studs in a lineup with tonight’s top pitcher and still have nearly $3,000 to spend at the other positions. There’s no guarantee all three break out tonight, but it’s definitely worth trying in a couple of tournament lineups.
Starting Pitchers

Adam Conley ($8,300, $8,200)

If you’ve listened to our podcast at all, you know we like to give Chris Towers a hard time for his Conley fandom. I’m not as certain the young lefty has the same upside, but he has plenty of it against this matchup. The Phillies .273 wOBA and 24.1 percent K rate vs. LHP are just as bad as they sound. Conley is a solid favorite and the Phillies are projected to score the third least amount of runs.

Kenta Maeda ($8,800, $9,700)

On one hand, Maeda does have a good matchup against an Angels team that sports a .127 ISO vs. RHP. On the other, the Angels simply do not strike out. Maeda has the best shot of getting to seven innings and is the biggest favorite of the night. Only his strikeout potential holds him down. The discount price on FanDuel will make me take a hard look at him, even without the big strikeout potential.

Park’s power is no surprise; scouts knew he had impressive raw strength all along. The reservations about Park revolved around the fear that his swing-and-miss tendencies would be exacerbated by a move to the big leagues. Sure enough, his rate statistics resemble that of a traditional three-true-outcomes slugger. He’s K’d in more than 30 percent of his plate appearances, he’s walked in another nine percent, and he’s homered in more than seven percent. Add it all together, and that’s almost half his trips to the plate ending without a ball in play.
Rank Player Three True Outcome %
1 David Wright 54.1
2 Jason Castro 52.8
3 Bryce Harper 51.9
4 Joc Pederson 51.3
5 Steven Souza 50.4
13 Byung-ho Park 47.5

Predictably, Park’s contact woes have been as dire as expected. His 64.9 percent contact rate is among the lowest dozen or so in the game, and he’s whiffed on nearly 60 percent of his swings against breaking balls. Combine his inability to put the bat on the ball with his patient (but not always disciplined) approach, and you have the recipe for a lot of strikeouts. Park has been able to balance his strikeouts thus far by walking and bopping, yet his .324 ISO is certain to drop — last season, Bryce Harperled the majors with a .319 ISO — and the amount of the drop will determine where he falls on te average-to-above-average DH spectrum.

The Blue Jays took a quick 1-0 lead in the second inning Sunday on a Michael Saunders single. In the third, with his team still leading 1-0, Blue Jays skipper John Gibbons was ejected by home plate umpire Dan Iassogna for arguing balls and strikes. To the action footage:

Gibbons thought the 0-2 pitch to Rougned Odor should have been called a strike, and you know what? He’s probably right. Here is the PitchFX strike zone plot of the at-bat, courtesy of Brooks Baseball:

Pitch No. 3 is the pitch in question. Ultimately it did not matter on the field. Odor struck out two pitches later, except this time Gibbons was a spectator in the clubhouse after getting tossed.

Rays @ Blue Jays

This is partially for the BvP crowd, with the Jays having a ton of success against Happ in the past. The Rays haven’t been as good as you’d expect against RHP, but their .180 ISO is seventh in baseball and they get a huge park factor shift in the Rogers Centre. Any RHH in the top six in the order are in play, but it’s more of a tournament play than cash.
Lineups

I’m going to offer my early take on a cash game lineup, but of course you should always check out our Sportsline projections for lineup changes right up to lock. Also, check out our podcast on iTunes for extended thoughts on each slate from Chris Towers, Mike McClure and myself.

The hypothetical question about what Evan Gattis’ value would be if he were catcher-eligible again is about to get real.

Panthers pack six jerseys for Cam Newton to take to Super Bowl

“If we’re rained on pregame, we’d switch them after pregame for the first half,” Miles said Friday. “And then if it rained in the first half we’d switch them at halftime for the second half.”

Miles admittedly was disappointed the jerseys are black. The Panthers have a career record of 5-0 in the playoffs at home in white and 0-2 in the black.

As the designated home team, the AFC champion Denver Broncos had the option. They chose white.

“They wore their colors all in their home playoff games,” Miles said of Denver. “Our white thing is a home superstition. It’s kind of weird they’re preventing us from wearing white.”

It was weird until Miles was reminded the Broncos are 0-4 in Super Bowls wearing orange jerseys. He still was disappointed.

“The last two [playoff games] in black we got our butts kicked,” he quipped.

Miles has had a busy week. It began with getting a truckload of equipment — blocking sleds, weights, etc. — out Tuesday for the cross-country drive. The truck is expected to arrive Saturday. The rest will be shipped on the chartered plane that leaves Sunday.

Even though the game is in Santa Clara, California, Miles packed winter wear and raincoats. The equipment manager for the San Francisco 49ers “told me it rains every two out of three days.”

“I have a winter trunk packed, too,” Miles said. “We’re prepared. We’re not going to be packed for Minnesota cold, but I have the nice baseball jackets packed.”

Without having taken a single snap in the NFL, former first-round pick Kevin White is already being compared to seven-time Pro Bowl receiver Andre Johnson.

“Kevin White was one of the better receivers I’ve seen coming out,” Chicago Bears receivers coach Curtis Johnson said Friday. “He reminded me of some of the guys I had in Miami. He reminded me of Andre Johnson. He’s very similar to him.

Undrafted Harvard tight end Ben Braunecker has a fallback plan in case he fails to make it in the NFL.

“Infectious disease [doctor],” Braunecker said on Sunday. “I’d like to be more research based. It’s what I love. It’s my passion.”