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[Bearbeiten] Mariners pitching prospect Danny Hultzen shut down for 10 da
Mariners Class AAA pitching prospect Danny Hultzen has been shut down for 10 more days and the team will look to rework his throwing regimen and mechanics in order to get to bottom of what s caused his shoulder woes this season. Photo Credit: AP Mariners GM Jack Zduriencik said moments ago that a decision was made yesterday to shut down Mariners pitching prospect Danny Hultzen for 10 days and then take a serious look at his throwing regimen and whether it may be causing his shoulder woes. Hultzen hasn t pitched since June 27 when he took the mound for the Class AAA Tacoma Rainiers.
We re going to do some adjustments to his routines, Zduriencik said. We re going to look at a little bit of his mechanics. You never want to overhaul anybody. I think that s dangerous with pitchers. But I do think you might look at some of the programs he s doing and try to do some alterations with it. We re prepared to do whatever it takes and I think some of this is a process where, you do one thing and see where it leads you. And then it takes you to Step 2 and Step 3. Hopefully,Indianapolis Colts Jerseys China, when he starts throwing, we re going to see positive results.
The team will also look at strengthening the muscles around Hultzen s shoulder.
We re trying to figure out exactly what causes this issue that he has, Zdurienicik said.? It s the funny thing about pitching. Pitchers have the tendancy to get hurt at times. Hopefully,Mariners score seven, still lose, from what we ve been told,nike nfl jerseys from China, this isn t something to be overly alarmed about but it s something that we have to address. And we re looking at a lot of different issues with him.
As far as the team s other top pitching prospect, Taijuan Walker, Zduriencik confirmed that he will be on an innings-limit this season and will be shut down once he reaches that target number.
[Bearbeiten] Osvaldo Alonso a hero for Cuban players (Monday links)
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- Why do the Americans choose from just two people to run for president and 50 for Miss America? (Anonymous).
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An oxymoron is an expression that contains words or elements with opposite meanings, such as bittersweet.
Partisan oxymora are expressions that a cynical person might accuse of being a contradiction in terms, such as:
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- Military intelligence.
- Non-working mother.
- Postal service.
- Young Conservative. PANGRAMS
A pangram is a sentence that uses every letter of the alphabet at least once.
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- Amazingly few discotheques provide jukeboxes.
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This word comes from the name of the character Mrs Malaprop in English playwright Richard Brinsley Sheridan s comedy The Rivals.
She often mistakes words that sound similar, such as allegory for alligator. American baseball player Yogi Berra was prone to the odd malapropism. These are some of his gems:
- It gets late early out here.
- The future ain t what it used to be.
- It s like deja vu all over again.
- You should never answer an anonymous letter.
PORTMANTEAU WORDS A portmanteau word is formed by combining two other words, such as smog (smoke and fog) or brunch (breakfast and lunch). Others include:
Affluenza affluence and influenza (extreme materialism reflected in overworking and excessive debt).
Dorkumentary dork and documentary (a documentary on dorky subjects such as science- fiction, computers or technology).
Doughmance dough and romance (dating someone just for expensive gifts and lavish dates).
Fauxpology faux and apology (an insincere apology).
Manscaping man and landscaping (male hair removal).
MISNOMERS This is a word or phrase that misleads the reader.
A famous example is Welsh Rabbit, which describes a cheese dish. The name arose from the belief that the Welsh couldn t afford meat. And what s more . . .
- Peanuts aren t nuts; in fact, they re legumes.
- The French poodle originated in Germany. - French fries weren t invented in France, but in Belgium.
- A jackrabbit is a hare.
- A Belgian hare is a rabbit.
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- Danish pastries aren t from Denmark, but Austria.
- Hollandaise sauce is from France.
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- Great Danes are German.
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- Fireflies are beetles.
- A titmouse is a bird.
- The Canary Islands weren t named after the birds but an extinct race of dogs (from the Latin canis) that roamed there. The bird is named after the islands. EUNONYMS
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Sara Blizzard BBC weather presenter.
Russell Brain neurologist.
The combination of Usain Bolt's name and his status as an olympic gold medal sprinter makes gives him a eunonym ie a name which perfectly suits him
Usain Bolt the Olympic gold medalist over 100m and 200m.
Margaret Court tennis player.
Chip Beck golfer.
Bob Rock music producer.
Alto Reed sax player.
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NEOLOGISMS These are newly coined words or expressions. The following list are expressions that have appeared in the past few years:
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Beehacker: Beekeeper who uses digital technology to monitor and manage his hives.
Cheapuccino: Inexpensive, inferior cappuccino from a vending machine rather than a coffee shop.
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Singlism: Discrimination against single people.
Smirting: Flirting while smoking outside a building.
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New York restaurant: Customers who find our waitresses rude ought to see the manager.
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Plumbing firm: We repair what your husband fixed.
Pizza restaurant: Seven days without pizza makes one weak.
Launderette: Automatic washing machines. Please remove all your clothes when the light goes out.
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