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22 Jun 19
Daily News
Play ball. On Saturday, June 22, ballplayers with special needs rubbed elbows with Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Joe Kelly and third base coach Dino Ebel at the unveiling of the 51st Dodgers “Dreamfield” at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana. #gallery-3187047-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-3187047-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-3187047-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-3187047-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Dodger pitcher Joe Kelly talks with Josh Uribe of Rancho Cucamonga at first base during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Dodger pitcher Joe Kelly speaks at the podium during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Dodger third base coach Dino Ebel congratulates William Padilla of Fontana for hitting a home run during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Maddux Remillet, 4, of Highland, has his hat signed by former Dodger player Dennis Powell during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Former Dodger player Dennis Powell pitches to William Padilla of Fontana during an exhibition game for The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Dodger third base coach Dino Ebel speaks from the podium during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Jackie Reyes of Riverside takes a photo of her son Nicholas Reyes, with Rancho Cucamonga Quakes mascot ‘Tremor’, during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF), 51st Dodgers Dreamfieldat at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF) unveiled its 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) This spring, thanks to a collaborative effort between the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation and the city of Fontana, an existing youth baseball field at the Filbert Avenue park was transformed into a haven for athletes with physical and intellectual challenges. In a statement, Mayor Acquanetta Warren called the universally-accessible baseball field “a game changer for Fontana.” “This Dreamfield is not only a remarkable amenity for the City of Fontana,” she added, “but for the entire region.” Shortly after a ceremonial ribbon cutting and program, Challenger Division Little League teams christened their new digs. [cq comment=”The following content will display as an info box.”] Related links Cal Ripken Sr., Dodgers foundations to build ‘Dreamfield’ in Fontana for ballplayers with special needs Rialto students pitch city to Dodgers for field of dreams [cq comment=”This is the end of the info box.”] “All kids need a place they can call their own and where they can have fun simply being kids, and sports have a magical way of doing just that,” Hall of Fame baseball player Cal Ripken Jr., vice chairman of the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation, said in a statement. “We are honored to be a part of this project and support the thoughtful efforts of the Dodgers Foundation to provide a barrier-free park for children of all abilities to have a safe place to play, learn and grow.”
22 Jun 19
Redlands Daily Facts
Play ball. On Saturday, June 22, ballplayers with special needs rubbed elbows with Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Joe Kelly and third base coach Dino Ebel at the unveiling of the 51st Dodgers “Dreamfield” at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana. #gallery-1832171-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1832171-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1832171-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1832171-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Dodger pitcher Joe Kelly talks with Josh Uribe of Rancho Cucamonga at first base during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Dodger pitcher Joe Kelly speaks at the podium during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Dodger third base coach Dino Ebel congratulates William Padilla of Fontana for hitting a home run during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Maddux Remillet, 4, of Highland, has his hat signed by former Dodger player Dennis Powell during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Former Dodger player Dennis Powell pitches to William Padilla of Fontana during an exhibition game for The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Dodger third base coach Dino Ebel speaks from the podium during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Jackie Reyes of Riverside takes a photo of her son Nicholas Reyes, with Rancho Cucamonga Quakes mascot ‘Tremor’, during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF), 51st Dodgers Dreamfieldat at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF) unveiled its 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) This spring, thanks to a collaborative effort between the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation and the city of Fontana, an existing youth baseball field at the Filbert Avenue park was transformed into a haven for athletes with physical and intellectual challenges. In a statement, Mayor Acquanetta Warren called the universally-accessible baseball field “a game changer for Fontana.” “This Dreamfield is not only a remarkable amenity for the City of Fontana,” she added, “but for the entire region.” Shortly after a ceremonial ribbon cutting and program, Challenger Division Little League teams christened their new digs. [cq comment=”The following content will display as an info box.”] Related links Cal Ripken Sr., Dodgers foundations to build ‘Dreamfield’ in Fontana for ballplayers with special needs Rialto students pitch city to Dodgers for field of dreams [cq comment=”This is the end of the info box.”] “All kids need a place they can call their own and where they can have fun simply being kids, and sports have a magical way of doing just that,” Hall of Fame baseball player Cal Ripken Jr., vice chairman of the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation, said in a statement. “We are honored to be a part of this project and support the thoughtful efforts of the Dodgers Foundation to provide a barrier-free park for children of all abilities to have a safe place to play, learn and grow.”
22 Jun 19
Press Enterprise
Play ball. On Saturday, June 22, ballplayers with special needs rubbed elbows with Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Joe Kelly and third base coach Dino Ebel at the unveiling of the 51st Dodgers “Dreamfield” at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana. #gallery-1544934-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1544934-3 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1544934-3 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1544934-3 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Dodger pitcher Joe Kelly talks with Josh Uribe of Rancho Cucamonga at first base during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Dodger pitcher Joe Kelly speaks at the podium during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Dodger third base coach Dino Ebel congratulates William Padilla of Fontana for hitting a home run during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Maddux Remillet, 4, of Highland, has his hat signed by former Dodger player Dennis Powell during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Former Dodger player Dennis Powell pitches to William Padilla of Fontana during an exhibition game for The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Dodger third base coach Dino Ebel speaks from the podium during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Jackie Reyes of Riverside takes a photo of her son Nicholas Reyes, with Rancho Cucamonga Quakes mascot ‘Tremor’, during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF), 51st Dodgers Dreamfieldat at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF) unveiled its 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) This spring, thanks to a collaborative effort between the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation and the city of Fontana, an existing youth baseball field at the Filbert Avenue park was transformed into a haven for athletes with physical and intellectual challenges. In a statement, Mayor Acquanetta Warren called the universally-accessible baseball field “a game changer for Fontana.” “This Dreamfield is not only a remarkable amenity for the City of Fontana,” she added, “but for the entire region.” Shortly after a ceremonial ribbon cutting and program, Challenger Division Little League teams christened their new digs. [cq comment=”The following content will display as an info box.”] Related links Cal Ripken Sr., Dodgers foundations to build ‘Dreamfield’ in Fontana for ballplayers with special needs Rialto students pitch city to Dodgers for field of dreams [cq comment=”This is the end of the info box.”] “All kids need a place they can call their own and where they can have fun simply being kids, and sports have a magical way of doing just that,” Hall of Fame baseball player Cal Ripken Jr., vice chairman of the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation, said in a statement. “We are honored to be a part of this project and support the thoughtful efforts of the Dodgers Foundation to provide a barrier-free park for children of all abilities to have a safe place to play, learn and grow.”
22 Jun 19
Daily Bulletin
Play ball. On Saturday, June 22, ballplayers with special needs rubbed elbows with Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Joe Kelly and third base coach Dino Ebel at the unveiling of the 51st Dodgers “Dreamfield” at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana. #gallery-1929143-4 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1929143-4 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1929143-4 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1929143-4 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Dodger pitcher Joe Kelly talks with Josh Uribe of Rancho Cucamonga at first base during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Dodger pitcher Joe Kelly speaks at the podium during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Dodger third base coach Dino Ebel congratulates William Padilla of Fontana for hitting a home run during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Maddux Remillet, 4, of Highland, has his hat signed by former Dodger player Dennis Powell during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Former Dodger player Dennis Powell pitches to William Padilla of Fontana during an exhibition game for The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation’s 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Dodger third base coach Dino Ebel speaks from the podium during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) Jackie Reyes of Riverside takes a photo of her son Nicholas Reyes, with Rancho Cucamonga Quakes mascot ‘Tremor’, during the unveiling of The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF), 51st Dodgers Dreamfieldat at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF) unveiled its 51st Dodgers Dreamfield at at Jack Bulik Park in Fontana, Ca., June 22, 2019. Dodgers Dreamfield #51 is a universally accessible field that provides children of all abilities a place to play baseball and softball. (John Valenzuela/Contributor) This spring, thanks to a collaborative effort between the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation and the city of Fontana, an existing youth baseball field at the Filbert Avenue park was transformed into a haven for athletes with physical and intellectual challenges. In a statement, Mayor Acquanetta Warren called the universally-accessible baseball field “a game changer for Fontana.” “This Dreamfield is not only a remarkable amenity for the City of Fontana,” she added, “but for the entire region.” Shortly after a ceremonial ribbon cutting and program, Challenger Division Little League teams christened their new digs. [cq comment=”The following content will display as an info box.”] Related links Cal Ripken Sr., Dodgers foundations to build ‘Dreamfield’ in Fontana for ballplayers with special needs Rialto students pitch city to Dodgers for field of dreams [cq comment=”This is the end of the info box.”] “All kids need a place they can call their own and where they can have fun simply being kids, and sports have a magical way of doing just that,” Hall of Fame baseball player Cal Ripken Jr., vice chairman of the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation, said in a statement. “We are honored to be a part of this project and support the thoughtful efforts of the Dodgers Foundation to provide a barrier-free park for children of all abilities to have a safe place to play, learn and grow.”
22 Jun 19
News Directory

This statue of a golfer will soon leave Ray Bourque's yard. It may be yours if the price is right. (ConsignWorks) “Having raised all their children, they no longer need such a home and are moving forward!” The enlistment states. “Not only do we have souvenirs – we have a family NUMBER from top to […]

21 Jun 19
Comic Book Speculation

The following article has been written by Comic Book Speculation Dot Com writer, Nico. Read more articles from Nico here.   Welcome back, welcome back, welcome back!   If you are a first time reader, we are glad you found your way to comicbookspeculation.com and encourage you to review the wealth of content available on […]

21 Jun 19
Samerberger Nachrichten

In den vergangenen Wochen konnten die Starbulls Rosenheim das Vorbereitungsprogramm für die neue Oberliga-Saison 2019/2020 fixieren: Dabei treffen die Grün-Weißen in insgesamt 10 Partien auf durchwegs attraktive Gegner aus Deutschland, Österreich und Italien. Noch schwitzen die Cracks der Starbulls beim Sommertraining, welches von Athletiktrainer Michael Baindl geleitet wird. In knapp zwei Monaten geht es dann […]

20 Jun 19
RACING SPORTS RESULTS

RECEITA CASEIRA GARANTE LIDERANÇA DE BRUNO LEME ROUND 4: 19/05/19  RACE 1 Lelio Assumpção Bruno Leme Oscar Moraes Daniel Ebel Arthur Caporrino Iago Garcia Rodrigo Calaça Junior Victorette Marcos Pimentel Eduardo Vale FULL RESULTS RACE 2 Bruno Leme Oscar Moraes Lelio Assumpção Daniel Ebel Iago Garcia Arthur Caporrino Eduardo Vale Rodrigo Calaça Junior Victorette Marcos […]

20 Jun 19
Steel The Puck

The Steelers have added Michael Davies to the roster for the 19/20 season, who comes in with loads of experience. Fact File Age – 32 Birthplace – Chesterfield USA Youth team – St Louis JR Blues Position – RW or C Height – 5″8 Weight – 81Kg Shot – Right Davies recently played for EHC […]

19 Jun 19
DASD News Blog

This month three students represented DeForest Area High School at the annual Badger Boys & Girls State, an American Legion government and leadership conference for high school students.  High school staff selected 11th graders Madelyn Ebel, Evan Armstrong, and Adam White. Badger Boys State, held June 8th-15th at Ripon College, and Badger Girls State, held June […]

19 Jun 19
210Sports

With all the professional leagues finally over and their champions determined, this is a list of all the current and former Worcester hockey professionals that won a league or major tournament championship, plus any official league awards in the 2018-19 season. Players who were named to mid-season All-Star games or named post season all-stars are […]

19 Jun 19
Las Vegas Review-Journal
#gallery-1690442-9 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1690442-9 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1690442-9 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1690442-9 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ In a Thursday, July 17, 2014, file photo, a man walks amongst the debris at the crash site of a passenger plane near the village of Hrabove, Ukraine. An international team of investigators building a criminal case against those responsible in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 said Wednesday June 19, 2019, it is charging four people in the downing of the jet. Nearly 300 people were killed when the plane was blown out of the sky above conflict-torn eastern Ukraine. (AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky, File) FILE – In this July 17, 2014 file photo, people walk amongst the debris at the crash site of a passenger plane near the village of Grabovo, Ukraine. An international team of investigators building a criminal case against those responsible in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 is set to announce progress in the probe on Wednesday June 19, 2019, nearly five years after the plane was blown out of the sky above conflict-torn eastern Ukraine. (AP Photo/Dmitry Lovetsky, File) THE HAGUE, Netherlands — A former rebel leader in eastern Ukraine is denying that the separatists are to blame for downing Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. Russian national Alexander Borodai, who was rA ebel leader in Ukraine’s Donetsk region in 2014 when the plane went down, told The Associated Press on Wednesday that he knows that the accusations leveled against the rebels are untrue. Dutch National Police chief Wilbert Paulissen on Wednesday said that it charged three Russians and one Ukrainian with murder over the downing of flight MH17 in July 2014 with the loss of 298 lives. One of them is rebel commander Igor Girkin. He identified Russians Girkin, Sergei Dubinsky and Oleg Pulatov, along with Ukrainian Leonid Kharchenko, as suspects in the downing of the plane, and announced that their trial would start in March 2020. All passengers and crew on board the flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur were killed on July 17, 2014, when a missile shattered the Boeing 777 in midair, sending debris and bodies raining down onto farms and fields of sunflowers. The Dutch police also presented a wiretap of an alleged conversation between Borodai and senior Kremlin official Igor Surkov in which they discuss military aid for the separatists. Borodai on Wednesday denied that did this, calling the released wiretap a “fake.” The international team investigating the downing of MH17 will not ask Russia and Ukraine to extradite four suspects. Prosecutor Fred Westerbeke said that the team realizes that the constitutions of both countries prohibit that. “In the short term we will ask Russia to hand the summons to the suspects who are in the Russian Federation,” he said. The investigators will also ask Russia to arrange for the suspects to be interviewed about the charges, he added. Silene Fredriksz-Hoogzand, whose son Bryce and his girlfriend Daisy Oehlers were among the dead, expressed relief that five years after the plane was blown out of the sky above conflict-torn eastern Ukraine, someone was being held accountable. She told reporters that the trial would start on March 9, 2020. Investigators briefed the families Wednesday morning before they were due to give a news conference. All 298 passengers and crew on board the flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur were killed on July 17, 2014, when a missile shattered the Boeing 777 in midair sending debris and bodies raining down onto farms and fields of sunflowers.