midsummer growth opportunities, lp

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2014 - MIDSUMMER GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES, LP









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    By Mark Cannizzaro - Tuesday Sep 19, 2017

    It arrived like a mid-summer electrical storm, in the form of a stunning sequence of a couple plays that lasted only a few minutes in real time and just 58 seconds on the game clock. It completely changed a game the Giants had to have. And it was a sequence that might have left the...

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  • Dellin Betances is encouraged by how he’s been bashed
    By Dan Martin - Monday Jul 3, 2017

    Dellin Betances will be in Miami next week for the All-Star Game, but he’s hardly been pitching like an All-Star lately. “Thank God the players voted last week,’’ Betances said jokingly on Monday of his fourth straight selection to the Midsummer Classic. “I’ve had a tough couple of games.” It’s been worse than that. The...

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  • Dellin Betances needs a demotion, then a promotion
    By Ken Davidoff - Wednesday Jul 5, 2017

    Start the All-Star break early. Well, just for Dellin Betances. More than a dollop of irony exists that, as the Yankees approach the Midsummer Classic respite, their top concern might be … one of their All-Stars. “It’s frustrating, obviously,” Betances said Wednesday, after he botched another assignment, leading to a 7-6 Yankees loss to the...

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    By Joel Sherman - Monday Jul 10, 2017

    MIAMI — As if the Mets did not endure enough injury in the first half, the All-Star Game felt assembled to specifically insult them. Most of their talent went M-I-A in the first half, thus, just one, Michael Conforto, made it to M-I-A-M-I for the Midsummer Classic. Conforto, as a Met, naturally spent time just...

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  • Michael Conforto wishes there were more Mets at All-Star Game
    By Ken Davidoff - Tuesday Jul 11, 2017

    MIAMI — For Michael Conforto, one is the loneliest number. It’s also the most apt digit. The outfielder is the Mets’ only player at the All-Star Game at Marlins Park on Tuesday. This is his first Midsummer Classic. And he played in just one game, Sunday in St. Louis, after coming off the disabled list...

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    By Joel Sherman - Monday Jul 10, 2017

    MIAMI — Clayton Kershaw started Sunday, removing a potentially difficult, awkward decision for NL All-Star manager Joe Maddon — whether to open with the Dodgers lefty in the Midsummer Classic or Max Scherzer. Maddon, the Cubs skipper, therefore, could have finessed a question about which way he would have gone. Instead — true to his...

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