Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Related TopicsAbraham AlmonteCarlos CarrascoIndiansJason KipnisJerry SandsWhite Sox By Adrienne GoehlerIt just wasn’t in the stars tonight for the Indians. After last night’s 12-1 victory, they came out tonight rather flat, despite a late effort in the ninth to fall to the White Sox 4-3.Adam Eaton got the Sox started in the fourth with a single to right, and Jose Abreu was safe at first after a fielder’s choice and throwing error from Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor. A sac-fly from Melky Cabrera scored Eaton, and the Sox led 1-0.In the home half of the fourth Ryan Raburn singled to center, and Carlos Santana followed with a double, moving Raburn to third. A sac-fly from Yan Gomes would tie the game 1-1, but that’s all the Indians would score that inning. Rob Brantly walked in the fifth, and Avisail Garcia singled. Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco’s wild pitch moved the runners up, and Micah Johnson’s infield single to third scored Brantley. Eaton hit into a fielder’s choice with a bobbled ball at second and the Indians could only get one out, allowing the Sox to get another run in putting them ahead 3-1. Shawn Armstrong was on the mound for the Indians to start the eighth and walked Trayce Thompson. Brantley extended the Sox lead to 4-1 with a double. The Indians did keep it interesting in the ninth with a one out double from Gomes to left off of David Robertson. An impressive at bat from Chris Johnson ended in a ball clearing the fence in center to cut the Sox lead 4-3, and Abraham Almonte singled to center to keep the rally going. Jerry Sands came up and popped out to give the Tribe two outs. The night ended with a disappointing pick off play at first with Jason Kipnis at the dish, as Robertson got Almonte leaning to end the game.“It look like Abe wanted to run,” Indians manager Terry Francona said. “We really wanted to let Kip (Kipnis) hit. . .that’s unfortunate.”Carlos Rodon allowed one run while pitching into the eighth inning for the White Sox. The starter is 3-0 with a 1.52 ERA in four starts and a relief appearance against the Tribe this year. Rodon (8-6) went 7.2 innings, allowing a run on six hits with a walk and four K’s.The Indians fall back to 73-74, and trail the Angels and Twins in the wild-card standings. The Tribe has alternated wins and losses in their last seven games.Tomorrow to wrap up the longstand the team will look to get back to .500 in the rubber match between RHP Josh Tomlin and LHP John Danks at 1:10pm. Matt Loede
Share PRESS Staff ReportMaster Sand Sculptors from as far away as Singapore, the Netherlands, Canada and Florida have been creating semi-permanent sand sculptures all over South Padre Island as part of the Sandcastle Trail initiative.The sculptures feature a variety of themes including Angry Birds, a large pelican, a surfer, a giant floppy-eared stuffed bunny, The Turtle Lady, Ila Loetcher, and a musical band of fish.To see this story in print, pick up a copy of the Nov. 3 edition of the Port Isabel South Padre Press or check out our E-edition by clicking here. RelatedDSRTF supports Sandcastle TrailBy ABBEY KUNKLE Special to the PRESS The SPI Development Standards Review Task Force (DSRTF) met Tuesday morning to approve revisions to the City’s Form Based Code as well as to consider the approval of proposed art at Blue Bay Inn & Suites. Development Director Dr. Sungman Kim came to…May 18, 2015In “News”12 months of action on South Padre IslandBy KEVIN RICH Special to the PRESS 2018 was a busy year for the South Padre Island City Council and its related subcommittees, task forces, and commissions. The January 17 City Council featured a pair of sandcastle related requests. The first was a proposal to approve a Sandcastle Trail Maintenance contract…December 28, 2018In “News”Christmas Characters: ‘Sand-ta’ Claus in town at Holiday Sandcastle VillageBy PAMELA CODY Special to the PRESS Much like the incredible sand sculptures she has created for decades, Lucinda Wierenga is a true Island treasure. Known as Sandy Feet, the venerable sand artist-in-residence on South Padre Island has now added to her impressive sand carving résumé with her latest labor…December 14, 2018In “News”
Share By MARTHA McCLAINSpecial to the PRESSTen appointments to various advisory boards are scheduled when the Laguna Vista Town Council meets here Tuesday.The meeting will convene at 6 p.m. at City Hall, 122 Fernandez St.Four people are scheduled to be named to the Community Development Corporation’s board of directors, four to the Parks Board, and two to the Planning and Zoning Commission. The advisory boards serve to provide input and recommendations to the Town Council on their respective assignments. Applications are solicited from interested residents, with seated members required to indicate their desire to continue their roles.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Feb. 20 edition of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here. RelatedBoard appointments policy OK’dBy MARTHA McCLAIN Special to the PRESS A uniform policy for making appointments to Laguna Vista advisory boards was approved here last month. A requirement of the Town’s Home Rule charter, the policy stipulates that volunteers wishing to serve should complete an application, provide background information, prior to consideration for…January 3, 2012In “News”From the Desk of the City ManagerSpecial to the PRESS The following are announcements from Laguna Vista City Manager Rolando Vela: 1st Annual Du It By the Bay Duathlon At the September 12 regular meeting, the Town Council took action to support the 1st Annual Du It By the Bay Duathlon (2 mile run/10 mile bike/2 mile run)…September 22, 2017In “Opinion & Advice”LV Council appoints advisory board membersBy MARTHA McCLAIN Special to the PRESS Nine Laguna Vista residents were appointed to serve on various Town boards by Council members Tuesday. Nancy C. Franz was named to the Board of Ethics. Her appointment leaves one vacancy of that board. With five vacancies on the Board of Adjustments, Arden Curts…August 17, 2015In “News”
Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Matt Loede The Indians wrapped up a homestand on Wednesday with the Royals with a solid 3-1 win, as Corey Kluber notched his 18th win of the season, dropping the ‘magic number’ in the AL Central down to nine games.Thursday the team will head North of the border to Toronto to take on the Jays, a team that they just made a deal with on Friday, as the Indians acquired former AL MVP Josh Donaldson, who hit another homer in a minor league game on Wednesday in Akron for the Rubberducks.Shane Bieber heads to the mound for the start on Thursday against Sam Gaviglio for the Jays.Here’s a look at the breakdown for today’s series finale with the Twins.Date: Thursday, September 6Time: 7:10 p.m. ETLocation: Rogers Centre, TorontoStarting Pitchers: Indians – RHP Shane Bieber (8-3, 4.66) vs. Jays – RHP Sam Gaviglio (3-7, 5.02)TV Channel: SportsTime OhioOnline Stream: MLB.TVRadio: ALT 99.1, AM WTAM 1100 and WMMS 100.7Click the next pages for a preview of tonight’s matchup in Toronto Pages: 1 2 3 4 Related TopicsIndiansJaysSam GaviglioShane Bieber
Blackwell: “I think there were a lot of folks who liked the property as it is currently being managed, I think there are some concerns from people about increasing use and activity on the property. But it’s hard to say without going through all the comments and reviewing those one at a time.” Click here to see the three design concepts for the Kenai River Ranch. He said the presentation to the BLM will conclude the planning phase of the project. Any development for the 146 acre parcel will depend if agencies can secure funding. Blackwell: “We should expect to do that around the end of October.” State managers began seeking input this spring on how the property should be managed, including whether any recreation facilities should be developed on the property. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Public comment on the Kenai River Ranch design concepts closed Friday. After those are reviewed, agencies will present the preferred design concept to the Bureau of Land Management. Public comments received on the three design concepts have not been reviewed but Blackwell described the feelings of attendees at the last community meeting on September 9. The property is located near Mile 12 of Funny River Road and was acquired under the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill habitat protection program. Currently it is cooperatively managed by the Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation and the Department of Fish and Game. Local Alaska State Park Superintendent Jack Blackwell…
IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Koki Kameda said Monday he will face Venezuelan Juan Landaeta for the vacant WBA light flyweight title on Aug. 2 at Yokohama Arena.In his much-anticipated first world title match, the popular 19-year-old Kameda, ranked No. 2 in the world, will challenge top-ranked contender Landaeta as he aims for a goal of winning three world title weight divisions. Kameda has a record of 11-0 with 10 knockouts while Landaeta, the former WBA minimumweight interim champion, is 20-3 (16 KOs) with one draw in 24 fights.
IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES LONDON – Madoka Natsumi turned in the best-ever finish by a Japanese cross country skier to take a podium spot in a World Cup meet in Stockholm when she came in third in the 1-km sprint race Wednesday. Natsumi, 29, surpassed male cross country sprinter Yuichi Onda, who took fourth in the World Cup 1.4-km free sprint race in March last year.
Wednesday 9/26Free Drive-Through Flu Clinic To Use New Street, Sterling Homeowner Interrupts Burglary, GMU 6B Registration Bull Moose Hunt Closing Early FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week. Friday 9/28Soldotna Man Arrested For Punching Out Windows At Wildman’s, 3 Friends Dog Park Celebrates One Year With New Benches, More Than 100 Used Syringes Collected On The Homer Spit, No Parking On Kenai Streets Overnight Starting Monday Monday 9/24What You Need To Know For Upcoming Borough Elections, Change 4 The Kenai Hosting Drive-Thru Narcan Distribution Event, Homer Officer Honored At Memorial On Saturday Thursday 9/27Traffic Lights Are Up On K-Beach Road, Soldotna City Council Rejects Resolution Opposing ‘Stand for Salmon’ Initiative, Beware Of Scammer Posing As HEA Representatives Tuesday 9/25Kenai Chapter Hosting The 2018 Alaska Fire Conference, Tsalteshi Trails Association Applies For Grant To Expand Trails, Soldotna Launches New Bike Fix-It Station, Deadline To Register To Vote Or Update Registration Approaching
Faf De Klerk’s stoppage-time penalty rebounded back off the post, just a minute after Ian Madigan’s effort had faded agonisingly wide of the upright.Alapati Leiua also had a try controversially ruled out by referee Matthew Carley 12 minutes from time, but it finished all square.Relive all of the action as we dissect the key moments, as they happened, from Friday’s clash.
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Malcolm Brown scored two rushing touchdowns, Johnathan Gray ran for another and Tyrone Swoopes threw for a score to lead Texas over Texas Tech 34-13 on Saturday night.Brown scored touchdowns of 3 yards and 1 yard, and Gray ran it in from 17 yard for the Longhorns (4-5, 3-3 Big 12), who got their sixth straight win over the Red Raiders.Swoopes completed 13 of 25 passes for 228 yards, hitting Jaxon Shipley for a 4-yard score.It was the first 100-yard rushing game for the Longhorns this season.John Harris finished with a career-high 165 yards receiving. It was his third game this season of 100-plus yards receiving.The loss assured Texas Tech (3-6, 1-5) a fifth straight losing Big 12 record with three conference games remaining.Texas Tech backup quarterback Pat Mahomes left the game after getting leveled by Quandre Diggs. True freshman walk-on Vincent Testaverde Jr., son of Heisman Trophy winner Vinny Testaverde, finished the game.Brown moved him into 12th place in school history for career yards rushing.The win keeps both teams in contention for a bowl but the road is more difficult now for the Red Raiders, who need to win out against Oklahoma in two weeks, Iowa State and Baylor. Texas plays West Virginia, Oklahoma State and TCU.De’Andre Washington finished with 97 yards on 16 carries for Texas Tech, which scored just one offensive touchdown.Testaverde came in after Mahomes got hit by Diggs and fumbled. Mahomes got up wobbly and was taken to the locker room, apparently for concussion testing.Mahomes started his first game in place of Davis Webb, who reinjured his left ankle in last week’s loss to TCU.Testaverde led the Red Raiders on a 75-yard drive, capped by a 6-yard touchdown by Kenny Williams. It was Williams’ first rushing touchdown of the season; he was the Red Raiders leading rusher in 2013 and 2012 but switched to linebacker to start this year.Defensive end Branden Jackson scored a touchdown for Texas Tech in the first quarter after Swoopes fumbled deep in Longhorn territory. It was the first fumble recovery for a touchdown for the Red Raiders since Will Smith in a win over Texas State last season.Texas Tech is now 1-12 in November games dating back to 2011.