In the middle of a loud Mets trade deadline, in which both Addison Reed and Lucas Duda were shipped out of town, was an unassuming 22-year-old, suddenly cast in a strange bit of a spotlight. Jamie Callahan, the top reliever the Mets extracted from Boston in exchange for Reed, was a rising arm from Dillon,...
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- FBI, groups at odds over efforts to ID immigrant remains
By JUAN A. LOZANO, Associated Press - Monday Jul 3, 2017
[...] while Arriaza, who lives in Philadelphia, submitted DNA to U.S. authorities, many others choose a different path that complicates potential identification of their loved ones' remains.Many missing immigrant family members living outside the U.S., or who live in the country but fear going to authorities due to concerns about their immigration status, instead give their DNA to non-governmental organizations working on this issue.[...] advocacy groups say these families' DNA samples are being denied access to an FBI database used to make matches in missing persons cases because law enforcement didn't collect the sample.[...] it's unclear how many remain unidentified.Since 2003, 222 of 879 cases of unidentified human remains sent from Texas border counties to the University of North Texas Center for Human Identification have led to identifications.[...] the Pima County Office of the Medical Examiner in Tucson, which handles the majority of immigrants deaths in Arizona, does allow these DNA samples to be submitted to a private lab in Virginia, where they're compared to family DNA samples collected by the Argentine Team and the Colibrí Center for Human Rights, a Tucson-based nonprofit.
- Red Sox’s 20-year-old sensation a big reason why they’re in first
By Justin Terranova - Friday Aug 11, 2017
Some of the bouquets thrown at the Yankees should have been saved for their rivals. The Yankees were celebrated for their trade-deadline acquisitions of Sonny Gray (Athletics), Tommy Kahnle, David Robertson and Todd Frazier (White Sox), while the Red Sox seemingly had a quiet deadline acquiring Addison Reed (Mets) and Eduardo Nunez (Giants). Since then,...
- Path to Another Wimbledon Title Clears for Roger Federer
Wednesday Jul 12, 2017
Roger Federer, the seven-time Wimbledon champion, will be the lone member of the Big Four in the semifinals after Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray fell on Wednesday.
- Addison Reed’s mentally ready for Mets to trade him
By Dan Martin - Friday Jun 30, 2017
MIAMI — It had been more than two weeks since Addison Reed last recorded a save before he got the final three outs of the Mets’ 6-3 win over the Marlins on Thursday night. He hopes it’s not his last. For Reed — and others — to stick around beyond next month’s non-waiver trading deadline,...