Rosters for the Triple-A all-star game, set for July 12 in Tacoma.
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By Tara Duggan and Sarah Fritsche - Sunday Jul 2, 2017
Nigel Walker, a leading figure in the Bay Area organic food movement, died on Saturday, July 1, following a relapse of myeloma, a form of cancer.“For nearly 30 years, Nigel Walker has been a defining force in California agriculture, setting the bar for just about everything that we believe in and strive for,” said Marcy Coburn, executive director of CUESA, which operates the Ferry Plaza Farmers’ Market, where Eatwell Farm has long been a presence.Early on, he specialized in heirloom tomatoes and specialty lavender varieties, which both became fixtures at the Eatwell Farm stand in a prominent corner spot at the Saturday Ferry Plaza Farmers Market.“He was constantly innovating on the farm through his animal husbandry, water conservation, solar power, alternative fuel, and other sustainability practices, and bringing not only amazing food to market week after week, but also bringing people together through his vision and generosity,” said Coburn.The farm also expanded its offerings to include a now-defunct soft-serve ice cream spin-off, as well as culinary salts and a line of fermented sodas called Drinkwell Softers, both infused with herbs from the farm, which can still be found at Bay Area farmers’ markets and grocery stores.In 2011, Mr. Walker was diagnosed with stage 3 multiple myeloma, a rare type of cancer affecting plasma cells in the bone marrow.Since being diagnosed with the disease, the local food community has continued to rally around the farmer, including fundraisers to help cover Mr. Walker’s medical bills.
- Leaders coast as Marcel Kittel wins Tour de France Stage 6
By Andrew Dampf and John Leicester - Thursday Jul 6, 2017
Leaders coast as Marcel Kittel wins Tour de France Stage 6TROYES, France — On long, mostly flat sultry stages like Thursday’s, all Chris Froome and the other leaders in the Tour de France want to do is take it easy.[...] a beach umbrella floats across the pack.“There was a bit of wind and the parasol took off and ended up in the road,” said Froome, who had to veer out of the way.Otherwise, Froome said, he spent the day chatting with other riders and admiring the views as the peloton rode into Champagne country and through Colombey-les-Deux-Eglises, the hometown of France’s wartime hero and former president, Gen. Charles de Gaulle.At the conclusion of the mostly flat 134-mile leg from Vesoul to Troyes — the race’s second-longest stage — Kittel had little trouble in the sprint finish, with Peter Sagan and Mark Cavendish both no longer in the race.Sagan, the world champion, was disqualified for elbowing Cavendish to the ground two days ago.Kittel said the absence of Cavendish and Sagan has altered the racing in that their teams are no longer fighting out the sprint finishes.Froome remained 12 seconds ahead of Sky teammate Geraint Thomas and 14 seconds ahead of Fabio Aru of Italy in the overall standings.Richie Porte in fifth place overall and other riders eyeing victory in Paris on July 23 were simply pleased to get the long, hot stage over without incident.Andrew Dampf and John Leicester are Associated Press writers.
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- Raiders’ Shilique Calhoun gets time with starters
By Vic Tafur - Wednesday Aug 2, 2017
Outside linebacker Bruce Irvin has been out the first four practices of Raiders training camp with a minor undisclosed injury, and that’s great news.For Shilique Calhoun, the second-year player from Michigan State, that is.“Yeah, the chance to run with the first team, take on the offensive starters, and get a lot more reps,” Calhoun said.Bruce and Khalil (Mack) are two of the toughest coaches we have out here, besides being great players who watch what they do and how they do it, and try to do it the same way.Mack and Irvin combined for 18 of the Raiders’ league-low 25 sacks last season, and would love some help getting to the quarterback.A knee injury sidelined for the last part of last season but the Raiders didn’t make a lot of moves on defense, so Calhoun is a key player for them.“I think Shilique is a good young player,” Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio said after Tuesday’s practice.Mack, Denico Autry and Justin Ellis, all fourth-year players, flank rookie Eddie Vanderdoes on the defensive line, with Calhoun lining up outside second-year player Cory James and rookie Marquel Lee at linebacker.