Mike Evans

21 Jul 19
Bears Wire

It’s not a question of if Khalil Mack will land on NFL Network’s “Top 100 Players of 2019,” rather how high will he rank? While names like Aaron Donald and Patrick Mahomes are two candidates that will vie for the top spot, and rightfully so, at the very least Mack should land somewhere in the top five. […]

21 Jul 19
The baseball bats fanatic

On the heels of a Seattle Times report that hinted the Mariners and starter Mike Leake were “ready to be done with” each other, the veteran righty gave some insight on his professional priorities vis-a-vis the trade deadline in an appearance on today’s broadcast of MLB Network Radio’s “Home Plate” radio show (link). “I want to win,” […]

21 Jul 19
Gift Dasher

Prove you are the #1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan with this Nike Game Football jersey!

You can boast your team spirit while wearing this Tampa Bay Buccaneers jersey. It features printed Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Mike Evans graphics, showing the world who you cheer for.

21 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

In the wake of a report by the Seattle Times that made it clear the Mariners and appetizer Mike Leake they were "ready to be finished" the other, the veteran gave some ideas about his professional priorities before the commercial deadline in an appearance on today's broadcast of the "Home Plate" radio program of MLB […]

21 Jul 19
Nouvelles Du Monde

Dans la foulée d’un rapport du Seattle Times qui faisait allusion à la Les marins et entrée Mike Leake «prêts à se faire mutuellement», le droitier vétéran a donné un aperçu de ses priorités professionnelles par rapport à la date limite des échanges dans une apparition aujourd'hui de l'émission de radio «Home Plate» de la […]

21 Jul 19
Views from 314 Ft.

Deivi’s first K of the day. Narciso Crook looks at 92. pic.twitter.com/hR83MSqyYM — Conor Foley (@RailRidersTT) July 20, 2019 News & Notes RHP Braden Bristo was called up to Trenton with RHP Daniel Bies taking his place in Tampa. Bies, a 2018 7th round pick out of Gonzaga, has been the multi-inning relief ace for […]

21 Jul 19
UNB! Network

REGINA — The Saskatchewan Roughriders came out on top in a back-and-forth battle against the BC Lions on Saturday Night, combining big offensive plays and relentless defensive pressure to claim the 38-25 home win. A thrilling 100-yard kickoff return touchdown from Marcus Thigpen gave the Riders a one-point lead heading into the second half, but […]

21 Jul 19
The Province

The B.C. Lions slipped to 1-5 in the standings, and desperately need to beat Saskatchewan next Saturday or the conversation could quickly change to next year country for the struggling CFL squad.

21 Jul 19
Regina Leader-Post

Riders improve to 2-3 with 38-25 win over Lions

21 Jul 19
News Directory

CLOSE Following an economic collapse, the new construction and redevelopment advertisements in Detroit city increased between 2013 and 2017 as property developers pushed to benefit from the sudden momentum of regeneration in and around the town center. Many of these projects, including the Shinola Hotel, Little Caesars Arena and Scott were completed at the upgrading […]

21 Jul 19
Football Absurdity

(Source: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9d/Mike_Godwin_photographed_by_Voice_of_America_%28Cambodia%29%2C_September_2017.png under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/) As we gear up to the start of the NFL season, Football Absurdity is going to bring you a comprehensive breakdown of every notable player that will be available in fantasy football drafts.  When you don’t see us talking about Christine Michael or Mike Davis, don’t get mad at us for neglecting […]

21 Jul 19
File 770

(1) THE ORVILLE DOCKS AT HULU. You didn’t know it was moving? I guess Fox was surprised, too — “‘The Orville’ Is Moving To Hulu For Season 3”. During today’s The Orville panel at San Diego Comic-Con, show creator and star Seth MacFarlane made big news, announcing the show is hopping from the Fox Broadcasting […]

21 Jul 19
WPIX 11 New York

SAN FRANCISCO — Pete Alonso set another record after making a small tweak to his swing. Dominic Smith quickly got redemption. And the New York Mets bounced back from a pair of frustrating extra-inning losses. Alonso came off the bench and hit his 33rd home run, setting the Mets rookie record for RBIs as New […]

21 Jul 19
Paradise Post
SAN FRANCISCO — Perhaps lost amid the hoopla surrounding the last two wins by the Giants — both walk-offs in extra innings — was that their offense had largely been silenced by the New York Mets’ pitching staff. The Giants’ bats were mostly held in check again Saturday, and this time, there was no dramatic rally or fluky play in the outfield coming to the rescue. Looking to go over.500 for first time in over 11 months, the Giants’ seven-game win streak came to an abrupt end in a 11-4 loss to the Mets at Oracle Park. Starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija allowed home runs to Dominic Smith and Jeff McNeil and reliever Derek Holland gave up two more to Todd Frazier and Pete Alonso as the Giants fell to 49-50. The Giants have not been above .500 since Aug. 14 of last year. The two teams wrap up the four-game series Sunday before the Giants host the Chicago Cubs for three games, starting Monday. The Giants came from behind to win Thursday’s series-opener against the Mets 3-2 in 16 innings, and pulled out a 1-0 victory the following night after the Mets’ Smith, playing left field, dropped a Pablo Sandoval fly ball, allowing Alex Dickerson to score the unearned run. In both games, the Giants combined for just nine hits off Mets starters Noah Syndergaard and Jacob deGrom over 14 innings. Saturday, Mets starter Walker Lockett allowed five hits in five innings. “It’s been a tough schedule for these guys,” Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. “Not taking away from Lockett. He threw the ball well. We had a hard time trying to figure him out.” Takeaways from Saturday’s game. 1. After long, emotional week, fatigue is setting in: The Giants were playing their ninth game in nine days Saturday, and will not have day off until Thursday after they wrap up the Cubs series. The Giants played two extra-inning games on their seven-game road trip through Milwaukee and Colorado, and played a combined 26 innings to start their series with the Mets. The Giants didn’t make an error, and picked up ninth inning home runs from Dickerson and Mike Yastrzemski. Still, all of the travel and long days may be starting to add up. “We’ve had fatigue for most of the week here,” Giants first baseman Brandon Belt said. “When you’re having a good stretch like this, you ride it out as long as you can. We’re putting everything we got into it. Came up short today, obviously. But I think most people are tired right now. “It has been an unusual week for us, but I think we’ll be just fine.” 2. Samardzija, Holland struggle: Samardzija had been solid for the Giants in his last three starts before Saturday, going 3-0 with a 1.66 ERA with 17 strikeouts in 21 2/3 innings. But his career-long struggles against the Mets continued, as he allowed four earned runs and six hits in five innings. He struck out seven, but gave up a solo home run to Smith in the second inning and a deep, two-run homer to McNeil in the fifth. Prior to Saturday, Samardzija had a 0-5 record and a 7.32 ERA in 11 career games — including five starts — against the Mets. “They were swinging and they ran into a couple,” Samardzija said of the Mets. Alonso’s homer off Holland in the sixth inning was the loudest hit of the game, a 444-foot bomb with an exit velocity of 113 mph to deepest part of Oracle Park. “Made some mistakes. He’s been throwing the ball well, but he was off today, too,” Bochy said of Holland. “You’re going to have (bad) days. We’ve been playing so well, and had a bump in the road here. That’s how we have to look at it. Regroup and come out and be ready to go (Sunday).” 3. Another young arm in the starting rotation: Bochy announced Saturday morning that Conner Menez will make his Major League debut Sunday, starting in place of Drew Pomeranz, who is moving to the bullpen. That’ll make three rookies in the Giants’ rotation, at least for now, as Menez joins Shaun Anderson and Tyler Beede as first-year big league starters. Pomeranz was solid July 16 against the Rockies, allowing one earned run in five innings in what became an 8-4 Giants win. But Pomeranz, signed by the Giants in January, has largely struggled this season, as he took a 2-9 record and a 6.10 ERA into this weekend’s series. Bochy said the move — which could be temporary — will give the Giants’ bullpen an experienced left hander. Even though Madison Bumgarner pitched nine innings Thursday and Beede threw eight innings Friday, Giants relievers have been used a considerable amount this week, throwing a combined 29 innings in the last seven games. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]The Giants will announce a corresponding move Sunday to fit Menez, a left-handed native of Hollister, onto the 25-man roster. Menez arrived in the Giants clubhouse Saturday morning. LONGORIA UPDATE: Evan Longoria, placed on the 10-day injured list on July 15 with plantar fasciitis in his left foot, took some grounders in the infield Saturday. Longoria is eligible to come off the IL next week is feeling a little better, but Bochy said there is no exact date for his return. Longoria will be wearing a boot for the next three or four days and will be reevaluated when that comes off. “We did the right thing putting him on the (injured list),” Bochy said.