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  • The breakout British Open star emerging from Spieth’s shadow
    By Mark Cannizzaro - Saturday Jul 22, 2017

    SOUTHPORT, England — If you never had heard of Austin Connelly before this week’s British Open, you aren’t alone. Connelly is a 20-year-old friend of Jordan Spieth’s who lives in Dallas, is coached by Spieth’s coach, Cameron McCormick, represented by Spieth’s agent and has citizenship in Canada through his father, who is Canadian, and because...

    Source: New York Post: Sports
  • Ex-Stars coach Lindy Ruff hired as NY Rangers assistant
    Monday Jul 10, 2017

    New York Rangers have hired longtime NHL head coach Lindy Ruff

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  • Next up on Austin Connelly's world tour: Royal Birkdale, for his first major start
    By Brentley Romine - Tuesday Jul 18, 2017

    SOUTHPORT, England – When Austin Connelly decided to forego college at the University of Arkansas and turn pro two years ago, he turned (...)

    Source: Golf Week
  • Confident Austin Connelly comes up big at British Open
    By Alistair Tait - Sunday Jul 23, 2017

    SOUTHPORT, England – What Austin Connelly lacks in stature, he more than makes up for in belief. Call him Little Big Man. The (...)

    Source: Golf Week
  • Google Wars: You're Next
    Tuesday Aug 15, 2017

    Google is the red line where our natural and constitutional rights to freedom of thought and speech are defended.

    Source: American Thinker
  • Mounds of fun: Visiting pitchers can be a hoot
    By Susan Slusser - Tuesday Aug 8, 2017

    Always looking to whittle away at game times, Major League Baseball next year might cut down or even do away with one of the more under-the-radar but fascinating aspects of baseball: the mound visit.Fans often don’t notice the interactions between the pitching coach and pitcher, or the catcher and pitcher, but there is an art to trotting out for a chat when the opponent is threatening.“You’re thinking, ‘This guy is all over the place, and I’ve got to make a trip because he’s not throwing strikes,’” A’s pitching coach Scott Emerson said.[...] the worst thing to do is to go out there and say, ‘Just throw a fastball down the middle and let them hit it.’A lot goes into the psychology of the mound visit — when to go, how to handle the pitcher, what knowledge to impart.Sometimes a visit is simply to slow the pace of the game, interrupt an opponent’s momentum or allow time for a reliever to warm up.A’s manager Bob Melvin recalled a time when he was catching Mark Grant with the Giants, and manager Roger Craig called for a pitchout against the Phillies with a 3-2 count and a runner at third.Grant, now a Padres broadcaster, said, Bob’s all confused, he’s in his crouch, puts up his hand, comes out and gets right in my grill, still has his mask on and says, ‘Mud, what’s the count?’ I said, ‘It’s 3-2.’“We were winning pretty handily, two outs in the eighth inning, I’m right at 100 pitches and BoMel comes out, and there are times if he comes out, I know I’m not necessarily coming out of the game,” Gray said last month.[...] he pointed to the bullpen and I looked up at him as he’s pointing and I said, ‘What?’ And he said, ‘I just told you, ‘That’s going to be good,’ and you said, ‘Yeah.’Smith said the standard line most pitching coaches provide is, “I’m just giving you a breather.”Bases loaded and no outs, you know?’Recently released A’s reliever John Axford said that pitchers also have to learn their coaches’ quirks.Some pitching coaches always want to stand higher on the mound than the pitcher, for instance.While baseball officials discuss the fate of mound visits, one thing is clear:

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