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Singer, songwriter and guitarist http://www.sportswearclearance.com Tommy Shaw was born in Montgomery, Alabama, on September 11, 1953. He is best known for his work with the rock band Styx (since December 1975), but has played with other groups including Damn Yankees, Shaw Blades, MS Funk and Montgomery-based band Harvest. Styx has had 16 top 40 singles in the US and 4 consecutive albums were certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. Hits include “Lady,” “Come Sail Away,” “Renegade,” “Too Much Time on My Hands,” and “Show Me the Way.” Rounding out the Styx lineup are James “JY” Young (vocalist and guitarist), Lawrence Gowan (vocals and keyboards), Todd Sucherman (drums) and Ricky Phillips (bass) along with the http://www.hotoutletcollection.com occasional appearance by original bassist Chuck Panozzo.
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2017 has already had http://www.topmarkenschuhe.com countless limited-edition sneaker drops, but the pair you’re about to see is one of the rarest styles to release to the public.
With only 75 pairs in existence — 25 of which will be given exclusively to friends and family — the women’s Nike Air Max 1 “Paris” Bespoke is by far one of the scarcest sneakers so far this year.
Created using Nike’s premium Bespoke customization service, the brand says this style was inspired by Parisian architecture, culture and fashion. The style’s upper is constructed with a mix of materials including gray suedes and a snakeskin-embossed leather, while accents include a pink Swoosh, lavender liner and a gum rubber outsole.
Metallic gold dubres and “Paris” embroidery at the heel finish off this look, which comes packaged with a metal hangtag and lace aglets.
Unfortunately, for fans of the limited-edition http://www.topmarkenschuhe.com look, this pair is going to be extremely hard to come by. Just 50 pairs will be released July 3 via Nike France’s SNKRS site for 280 Euros, which converts to around $316.

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L’un des meilleurs souvenirs http://www.silentunrest.com/ basket de DeMar DeRozan ? Les 81 points de Kobe Bryant. Drôle de choix pour un représentant des Raptors, équipe martyrisée par le « Black Mamba » ce soir de janvier 2006, non ? « C’est plutôt marrant oui », confirme l’arrière de la franchise canadienne. « Je me souviens avoir regardé ce match et sauté comme un fou sur mon lit. Être témoin de cela, c’était fou. »
L’admiration de DeMar DeRozan envers Kobe Bryant est connue depuis de nombreuses années. Mais cette influence ne se limite pas au seul basket pur. Le Raptor est un grand adepte de la ligne Kobe Bryant au niveau baskets, portées aux pieds. Au point aujourd’hui de porter le flambeau chez Nike et de se poser en héritier de l’ancien Laker. En décembre dernier, la marque à la virgule avait par exemple lancé une Kobe http://www.findamentals.com/ A.D exclusive pour DeMar DeRozan.
Avoir du Kobe aux pieds ne date pas d’hier chez DeMar DeRozan.
Il a démarré avec les fameuses Crazy 8’s puis enchaîné avec les non moins célèbres Huarache. « J’ai toujours voulu le représenter de la meilleure façon possible », poursuit DeMar DeRozan. « Il y a toujours eu ce respect mutuel entre Kobe, Nike et moi. »
Après les Jordan, les Kobe ?
En mars dernier, la marque a sorti une Kobe A.D. pour Compton, du nom de cette ville du comté de Los Angeles où est né… DeMar DeRozan. En plus de cette connexion géographique, le Raptor a voulu rendre hommage à un moment fort de la carrière de Kobe Bryant avec cette chaussure : ses fameux air ball en playoffs face au Jazz.
Aujourd’hui, DeMar DeRozan est un véritable ambassadeur de cette lignée de chaussures et voit des joueurs comme Isaiah Thomas huarache femme pas cher porter lui aussi des Kobe. Selon lui, cet héritage n’est pas prêt de disparaître. Bien au contraire.
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Editor’s note: Every day, from now until Penn State football’s Class of 2017 reports to campus June 24, we’ll highlight a different one of the Nittany Lions’ 17 incoming signees. Today is Day 14 of the 17-day series.
Former Battlefield (Va.) coach Jared Van Acker can still remember meeting Brailyn Franklin for the first time — because, in a matter of http://www.ravensshopsofficial.com/shop-by-players-matt-elam-jersey-c-2_11.html months, Van Acker realized “he’s by far the best athlete I’ve ever coached in my 10 years.”
Franklin, an incoming Penn State freshman, would go on to play just about every position on the football field — quarterback to defensive tackle, running back to cornerback, wide receiver to linebacker — and he never failed to find a new way to surprise Van Acker. The first time they met, with the lanky Franklin clad in a T-shirt and shorts in the high school gym, Van Acker acknowledged he was a little awestruck.
“The first time I shook his hand, he had a paw,” the coach said with a laugh. “Those things were huge. So he passed the eyeball test. I was like, ‘Man, I can’t wait to see this guy on the field.’”
Franklin, a projected outside linebacker at the next level, didn’t fail to impress.
A week after that first meeting, Van Acker looked on as the high school transfer from Texas sprinted on the practice field while competing in 7-on-7s. It looked as if the ball became glued to those paws during every passing route. Not only would he make a one-handed touchdown grab but then, on the other end of the field, he’d shut down Battlefield’s top receiver. He glided effortlessly on the gridiron and, in the weight room, everything seemed to come natural.
Franklin was even better than Van Acker’s first impression indicated.
“He would just not get tired,” Van Acker said. “He would run for days, and he would be sprinting the whole time and that kind of stuff. He’s just got some intangibles you can’t coach.”
Franklin was a Jabrill Peppers without the hype, a versatile player who tried his hand at virtually every position outside of the offensive line. He started out as a quarterback, but the coaching staff agreed the team’s signal-caller couldn’t play defense. And Franklin needed to be in the game at all times. Eventually, they http://www.armacan.com/christian-mccaffrey-jersey-c-1_19.html settled on cornerback and wide receiver/running back — but, due to injuries, that didn’t stick.
The defensive line was thin so, they figured, why not plug the 204-pound player in at nose tackle? He was one of the bigger kids on the team, and what did they have to lose? In the end, the only thing opposing offenses ended up losing — sleep.
“I kind of call him a ‘disrupter,’” Hylton coach Tony Lilly said. “They played him out of position on the defensive side of the ball for the most part. ... He’s clearly a linebacker, but he was such a fast, fast kid and strong that he just really — he disrupted our offense at all times.”
The yes-sir, no-sir athlete relished in hitting. In the final seven games of his junior season at defensive tackle, he came up with 17 sacks. As a senior, he finished with 29 tackles for loss. Sometimes, he’d leap over the center and tackle the quarterback before he even completed a three-step drop. “In one game, the center was so nervous (Franklin) was there, he’d snap the ball over the quarterback’s head,” Van Acker remembered. Other times, the player fast enough to be a burner at receiver would chase Captain Munnerlyn Authentic Jersey down the pocket passer as if it was a cornerback blitz from the middle of the field.
“He’s very intimidating because he’s fast, but he’s strong too,” Van Acker added. “He’s just like a big cat.”
Against Osbourn, Battlefield’s coach can still remember the frustration painted on the opposing team’s face. Franklin had seven or eight sacks; they couldn’t stop him. And that happened to be a recurring theme throughout Franklin’s high school career. Against Hayfield in the playoffs, Franklin’s opponents used a double-team on the line and then kept a running back in for pass protection — and Franklin still collected several backfield stops and a few batted-down passes. Against a heavily favored Lake Braddock, Franklin helped shut the offense down as his team came up just short in a 13-10 loss.
“They had 300-pound kids on the line, and he’s throwing them back and slamming the quarterback,” said Chris Ferrill, Franklin’s friend and high school teammate.
Another opposing coach, Patriot’s Brud Bicknell, said Franklin possessed similar athleticism and versatility to area stars Da’Shawn Hand and Ahmad Brooks, two consensus five-star recruits from 2014 and 2001, respectively. (Recruiting expert Tom Lemming once compared Brooks in high school to LaVar Arrington, and Rivals ranked Hand as the nation’s top overall high school pros“He’s in that rare group,” Bicknell said, referring to the trio’s ability in high school before discussing Franklin’s potential in college. “I think a big part of it is going to be just what he can do size-wise to make sure that he can be a Big Ten player.”
At 6-foot-1 and 204 pounds, he’s 16 pounds lighter than the Nittany Lions’ average linebacker. But there’s time to grow — and Franklin’s high school coach was quick to reiterate his star pupil’s versatility and the fact he doesn’t mind doing what’s best for the team.
As Franklin attended camps and wowed colleges between his junior and senior seasons, he often heard whispers of how colleges wanted to see him at linebacker. After all, there just isn’t a recruiting market for 200-pound defensive tackles. So Franklin turned to his coach one day and asked, “What do you think about me playing linebacker my senior season?” Van Acker told him that was an option — but it would be best for the team if he stayed at nose guard.
So Franklin stayed at nose guard. He never asked again. The soft-spoken Texan — who once sported a weighted vest to make practice even harder — didn’t need more scholarship offers. He didn’t need more recruiting attention. And he felt he didn’t need to attend different showcases and recruiting camps Star Lotulelei Womens Jersey separate from certain schools.
He wanted schools to take him as he was. And Penn State was only too happy to oblige.
“He’s just a phenomenal athlete,” Bicknell said. “It’s going to be really exciting to see what he can do to his physical stature and just how much bigger he can get.”
Said Van Acker: “If he puts his mind to it and he works hard in the weight room and goes out on the field and shows up every day, he can be a future first-round draft pick.”
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The Pittsburgh Steelers OTAs and minicamps are http://www.yadeos.com/chris-scott-jersey-c-1_45.html now history. Next up is training camp. How does the offensive line look these days?
Welcome to Part 5 of this series on NFL Spin Zone. To recap, the players for the Pittsburgh Steelers have a brief respite prior to training camp. Thus, we are breaking down various position groups and units for Mike Tomlin’s club. We have already have previewed the quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends. Now it’s time to dip into the trenches and doing a little evaluation of the offensive line.
From pillar to post (aka tackle to tackle), the Pittsburgh Steelers’ offensive front is a formidable unit. But when it comes to this group, experienced depth is certainly a concern.
In strong side performer http://www.authenticbroncosshop.com/shop-by-players-russell-okung-jersey-c-1_44.html Alejandro Villanueva and right-sider Marcus Gilbert, Mike Tomlin’s club has the league’s 24th- and 11th-ranked tackles in the NFL via Pro Football Focus. They also have versatile Chris Hubbard. He filled in for Gilbert for three starts this past season and can also line up at both center and guard.
Left guard Ramon Foster (2) and two-time Pro Bowler David DeCastro (9) can both be found in Pro Football Focus’ Top 10 list at their positions. Veteran center Maurkice Pouncey has been named to the Pro Bowl in five of the six seasons he’s been on the field. After missing all of 2015, the two-time All-Pro started 15 games this past year.
For now, the new backup pivot is Kyle Friend, who spent much of the 2016 season on the New York Jets practice squad. Terrell Mcclain Kids Jersey Meanwhile, reserve center Cody Wallace remains an unsigned free agent.

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Any fan is willing to fight for their quarterbacks respect and after NFL.com’s Gil Brandt released his top 16 quarterbacks of all-time, Dolphins http://www.authenticcowboysstore.com/shop-by-players-brice-butler-jersey-c-2_40.html fans have been showing their displeasure with the ranking of Dan Marino.
The former Miami Dolphins quarterback is ranked 9th out of 16 quarterbacks across history. That’s rather low for a quarterback of Dan Marino’s legacy despite the fact he didn’t win a Super Bowl title.
The six players below him? Drew Brees, Jim Kelly, Fran Tarkenton, Warren Moon, Sammy Baugh, Troy Aikman, and Terry Bradshaw. Kelly took the Bills to four consecutive Super Bowls, all losses, while both Aikman and Bradshaw won multiple Super Bowl titles. Obviously Super Bowls were not the deciding factor in these rankings.
So number 9. It’s hard to not have a biased opinion of Dan Marino but some of the players in front of him, should be behind him.
Number 8: Roger Staubauch
There is no question that Staubach is one of the all-time greats but his numbers, 22,700 career passing yards and 153 touchdowns doesn’t come close to the numbers posted by Marino. If you are ranking quarterbacks you have to rank them as quarterbacks and Staubach was not the pure quarterback that Marino was.
Number 7: Johnny Unitas
It’s hard to put anyone below Johnny “U”. Unitas was a pioneer in the passing game when teams typically ran the ball. His 40,239 yards and 290 touchdowns was amazing for that era. Despite Marino’s 61,361 yards and 420 career touchdowns, I can’t argue with Unitas being ranked higher. He was simply that good and had http://www.authenticraiderssale.com/shop-by-players-menelik-watson-jersey-c-2_49.html he played in the freestyle passing offense that Marino did, who knows what his stats would be.
Number 6: Brett Favre
I don’t care if you are a fan of Favre or not the reality is this guy was a gritty fighting quarterback whose fight was as big as his arm. At the time of his retirement he surpassed many of Marino’s passing accomplishments. Including yards and touchdowns. There is no problem with Favre being ranked higher.
Number 5: John Elway
Elway was a great quarterback but number 5 is way too high. I wouldn’t put Elway above Favre or Unitas on this ranking but Brandt did. As for Marino? Well that has been an ongoing debate since they both entered the league in 1983. My biased opinion is that Marino should be ranked higher. He was simply a better quarterback with less surrounding him whereas Elway was a great quarterback with a great supporting cast.
Number 4: Otto Graham
Graham is a legend and a pioneer almost as much as Johnny Unitas. The 4th best quarterback of all-time? Not sure he would be in my top 10 on this list. Not to take away from his three championships or his five pro-bowls.
Number 3: Joe Montana
My biggest debate when it comes James Laurinaitis Youth Jersey to Montana and Marino is this. Would Montana have had anywhere near the success he had in the NFL if he were on the Dolphins and Marino was on the 49’ers? I don’t believe that Montana would have made the Dolphins better but I do believe that the 49’ers would have had at minimum the same success with Marino. And that is my biggest question when comparing the two. Montana’s best statistical number is his 92.3 QB passer rating. His four Super Bowls? Bradshaw has four as well.
Number 2: Peyton Manning
Yeah, I can’t debate this one.
Number 1: Tom Brady
There really is no surprise here as Tom Brady is everyone’s go to GOAT. Personally, if I were building a team off a player on this list, Tom Brady would not be one that I would select. This is not a biased opinion. Brady is a great quarterback but I’m not sure he can play outside of a system that he was built on. Manning could play in just about any system, Montana was methodical, and Elway was a grinder. Brady is competent and precise and reads defenses very well but he is also the product of Belichick’s innovations and creativity than he is simply a great quarterback. There is no way that Brandt could not put Brady number 1. Not without at least a page of reasons why. I will give you one. Tom Brady would not have the same success outside of New England and Belichick.
Not a biased opinion, just an opinion.
So where would I have put Dan Marino? At least two spots higher over Staubach and Graham. Potentially a spot higher than Elway with some nitpicking internal debate. So Marino should have been ranked somewhere around number six.
The reality of all this however is simple. It’s all subjective. If you compare stats you will get a different result, compare era’s and it’s completely different again. My personal question always remains would a quarterback have the Dan Mccullers Authentic Jersey same level of success with another team and in a different system. When it comes to Dan Marino, I think he would, potentially more. I’m just glad he didn’t.
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Former Seattle Seahawks defensive http://www.ravensshopsofficial.com/shop-by-players-sam-koch-jersey-c-2_19.html tackle Brandon Mebane recently wrote a blog post detailing his experiences with housing discrimination. Mebane, who spent nine seasons in Seattle before signing with the Chargers last year, was on the hunt for a new rental after his team’s relocation to Los Angeles.
Mebane joined 710 ESPN Seattle on Thursday and shared his story with radio host Gee Scott.
“What people have to understand is this: They’re not going to come out and say, ‘OK, you’re black,” Mebane said. “We’re not going to choose you to be the tenants of this house.’ People are not going to come out and actually say that. People use other ways and different tactics and different things to come out and say, ‘We don’t want you in our neighborhood,’ pretty much.”
Despite presenting a competitive http://www.armacan.com/devin-funchess-jersey-c-1_9.html rental application including cover letter, references and six months advanced payment, the Mebanes were told they were denied housing based on the fact the other applicants had a slightly higher credit score.
Mebane said other teammates had experienced similar situations, which he wrote about in his blog.
In another instance, Mebane said he and his wife felt the effects of racial discrimination when followed continuously by a security guard throughout a Louis Vuitton store.
“Just a day in the life of what African Americans go through,” Mebane explained. “It’s a lot of racial things that we go through that a lot of us don’t talk about, and I feel like we need to be talking it to make people aware that these things are still existing. Slavery may not be existent now in 2017, but things from slavery have carried Ed Dickson Authentic Jersey over into the lives of us, and these types of things, if we don’t talk about it, it’s just going to continue onto our children’s children.

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The Judases, who stomped on our hearts in January, had their final practice here Thursday in the hole in our body.
Being a practice hater, it was http://www.dusenadup.com/stephen-curry-jersey-c-1_44.html the last one I had a chance to miss.
They’re (mostly) gone now. Officially. The Last Minicamp came. And went. And so did they.
Mostly moving-vanned out to L.A. As though they put their house up for sale after entertaining their neighbors for so long and many of their friends who wanted them to stay don’t like who has made the first bid to move in next door.
But the souls of the San Diego Chargers remain. In memorium.
They are like our first love. Can you really totally forget your first love?
I can’t. Maybe if I tried I could forget them. But I don’t want to. I spent a whole lot of my life around this team. Moving 120 miles isn’t far enough away to erase them. For me.
My dad took me to their first game in Balboa Stadium. So I’m supposed to forget that? How?
It’s almost Biblical. Their body is gone, but their soul remains.
In 1982. Training camp opens at UCSD. After a very memorable year of covering the other deserters, the Clippers, it was my first day on the Chargers beat for the late, lamented Evening Tribune.
I didn’t know squat about the organization. I had covered Don Coryell some when I wrote for the Daily Aztec at San Diego State. But there would be times when Don was so deep in his X’s and O’s that he didn’t recognize me after I covered him every day for two years.
My second year on the beat, we’re in Seattle with the team, staying at an airport hotel with glass outdoor elevators. Game day. I get on the elevator to go down to breakfast at 8 a.m. It stops a few floors down and Don gets on. I’m facing the door. Just we two all the way down. He stares over my shoulder. The elevator hits the lobby. He turns and gets off. Didn’t even acknowledge my existence.
Game Day Don Coryell. Good man. Great coach. By then I had known him 14 years. I cracked up.
Team publicist Rick Smith, my newspaper idol growing up, had been on the Tribune sports staff covering the Chargers when I first started http://www.hl-sapporo.com/andy-lee-jersey-c-1_24.html on the paper. But I was a copy kid then, a rank amateur, and Rick left the staff a few months later for a PR job with the Warriors that paid better than sportswriter dough.
When the first practice ended, I asked trainer Ric McDonald a question (can’t talk to trainers anymore), and he was snippy with me, obviously trying to get superior with the rookie. I told him to (something) off. We got along fine after that.
Dan Fouts was coming off the field and I introduced myself. He said: “Let’s take a ride.” I thought it was some kind of mob thing and he was Don Fouts. That it was to be a “Leave the gun, take the cannoli” kind of ride, and I was Paulie.
We climbed into Dan’s little Mercedes and drove around campus for a half hour. Chatting. He wanted to get to know me. He was a genuine pain in the ass and relished being in charge, the greatest leader I’ve known in sports.
He ran the organization. But he was a struggle for sportswriters, especially after games, when it took him so long to come down Christian Mccaffrey Womens Jersey from his game high, win or lose. But from that Mercedes ride on, he always was OK with me.
We were in San Francisco, that first year, a strike year, and Fouts and Joe Montana had a gun battle, becoming the first two NFL QBs to throw for more than 400 yards in a game. Chargers won. Afterward, at his locker, Dan told a reporter to “get that (bleeping) microphone out of my face.” It was his dad, long a voice of the Niners.
So I’m just supposed to forget that, supposed to forget Fouts coming up to me the next year, on the plane ride back from Miami after they got their butts kicked in the playoffs (he’d thrown five picks), and telling me he didn’t see me in the locker room (overcrowded) and asked if I needed anything?
Am I supposed to forget having lunch with Fouts years later at UCSD and discussing the John Jefferson trade? Dan loved JJ, who saved him more than once. The team got Wes Chandler to replace Jefferson. Fouts said that, after Chandler’s first practice, Charlie Joiner came up to him and asked: “What did you think?” Dan’s reply: “We got a better player.”
After Lance Alworth, probably the greatest receiver ever, Chandler is the second-best Chargers wideout. Brilliant. That strike year, 1982, he had the best half-season in history. Check it out.
Wes was remarkable. He was so athletic he could use both hands to play against himself on video games. He broke 80 the first time he played golf.
Kellen Winslow, such a great tight end, so smart, so media-savvy.
The late Chuck Muncie, so troubled, such a good guy. Was LaDainian Tomlinson a better back? I’ll never say that. Certainly not as gifted. Ed White. Great player. Better man. Big Hands. Louie. Moosie.
Moments. Memories. Tales, long and short.
I could write a thousand columns like this. I’ve only touched on the beginning of my association with the team, not even getting into Andy Lee Womens Jersey coaches, GMs and owners, where there are more stories than a skyscraper.
But, physically, they are (mostly) gone now. And we are an emptier place.
If you don’t think so, wait until September. Souls cannot play.
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St. David’s Center of Child & Family Development knows just how important family is to our community through their work with child http://www.ochomesnloans.com/cam-newton-jersey-c-1_3.html and family development. Help St. David’s Center raise money to help children and families in the area by attending its fifth annual golf tournament at Hazeltine National Golf Club.
Led by Candace and John Randle, the John Randle Tee Up for Tomorrow Charity Tournament aims to raise money to provide educational assistance to children at St. David’s Center.
The Randles’ son, Jonathan, has received early intervention and supportive education through St. David’s Center, and the Randle family has been a part of the St. David’s community for 10 years. Because former Minnesota Viking John Randle is an avid golfer, a golf tournament fundraiser was the obvious way to support St. David’s while sharing his passion for golf.
Since the event began in 2013, St. http://www.yadeos.com/chris-scott-jersey-c-1_45.html David’s has raised nearly $400,000 and has set the goal of raising $120,000 this year.
The event begins at 11 a.m. with golfer registration, lunch and practice time. The shotgun is at 1 p.m., followed by the official golf tournament. Finally, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., there will be a reception on the patio with food, beer and cocktail tastings with a program and awards ceremony.
So whether you’ve found support through St. David’s, you know someone who has, or you simply want to show your love for your Phil Taylor Youth Jersey community, the St. David’s Center golf tournament at Hazeltine is a great opportunity to get involved and give back.
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For four innings, Jeff Locke was perfect.
Twelve men up for the New York Mets. Twelve men down.
Problem was, it was the inning http://www.authenticcowboyssale.com/shop-by-players-rolando-mcclain-jersey-c-2_61.html that wasn’t close to perfect for Locke — a messy first — that led to his downfall on Wednesday night in the Marlins’ 8-0 loss to the Mets.
Locke labored through a demanding 32-pitch first inning in which the southpaw gave up three runs on three hits and a pair of walks, as his record fell to 0-4. The big blow in the decisive inning for the Mets was Asdrubal Cabrera’s two-run homer.
“Sometimes when the damage is done, it’s a little too late, and that was the case [Wednesday night],” Locke said. “It goes back to the first inning. It’s inexcusable, really.”
After that, Locke was golden. He threw http://www.authenticcowboysstore.com/shop-by-players-brandon-carr-jersey-c-2_25.html just 48 pitches over the next four innings and lasted into the sixth, when manager Don Mattingly took him out with two outs.
“[I’m] just really happy with the way we rebounded,” Locke said. “You have to take the positives and throw out the negative stuff. Unfortunately, I had a tough first inning, ate up a lot of pitches.”
Mets leadoff hitter Curtis Granderson set the tone when he fouled off four pitches during a nine-pitch at-bat that culminated in a walk. Cabrera than put one in the seats to give the Mets a quick 2-0 lead.
“Giving up the home run right after [the walk to Granderson], that ended up becoming the deciding factor of the game,” Locke said.
Locke struggled to survive the inning. He got Matt Mcgloin Authentic Jersey out of it only when Travis d’Arnaud was thrown out in a rundown on Jose Reyes’ RBI single that made it 3-0.
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