#1 is the past, present and future of Rider football von miaowang123 26.02.2019 03:13

LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Tuesday and is expected to be out four to six weeks. Ellis had a 20-minute operation performed by Dodgers physician Dr. Neal ElAttrache to repair the medial meniscus in his knee. Ellis is expected to rejoin his teammates on Wednesday and begin rehabilitation. The club recalled catcher Tim Federowicz from Triple-A Albuquerque and started him against Detroits Max Scherzer in the opener of a two-game interleague series. Drew Butera was Federowiczs backup. "A.J. is the kind of guy that from a preparation standpoint has been what weve asked -- to know what hes doing when he puts the fingers down, to know why, to understand our pitchers and all the matchups and everything else," manager Don Mattingly said. "We ask a lot of our catchers, and A.J. has bought into that. So were going to miss that, no question. But hes going to be back here tomorrow, and hes the kind of guy that will be doing everything to help Fed and Drew out and still be a part of what were doing. Ellis injured his left knee Saturday while rounding third base and trying to score from second on a single by Andre Ethier. Ellis underwent the same procedure on his left knee following the 2012 season. "I know he felt a misstep the other day and kind of felt it right then. And it was really sore after that," Mattingly said. Ellis joined Clayton Kershaw, setup man Brian Wilson and Chad Billingsley on the disabled list, and Yasiel Puig sat out his second game because of a swollen left thumb. Puig was hurt when he made a headfirst slide into first base on an infield hit during Saturdays 7-2 loss to San Francisco. Federowicz appeared in 56 games with the Dodgers last season, hitting four home runs and driving in 16 runs, and he has played in 66 big league games with Los Angeles since making his big league debut in 2011. He was optioned to Albuquerque on March 22, but remained with the big club on its extended roster for the two-game series against the Arizona Diamondbacks in Australia. Los Angeles kept Butera on the active big league roster because he could be sent to the minor leagues without clearing waivers -- unlike Federowicz. "I think it just tests our depth," Mattingly said. "We feel like Fed and Drew are capable to get through this stretch with out A.J., the same as our bullpen without Brian. We cant really say its going to be good getting through this stretch without Clayton, because theres nobody quite like him. But I do think were capable of winning games and doing what we have to do." Adidas Baratas España . Mesoraco hurt his hamstring while scoring from second in Friday nights 5-4 loss at Atlanta. Chapman was hit by a line drive during an exhibition game on March 19, breaking his nose and a bone above his left eye. The left-hander looked strong while throwing 43 pitches in batting practice before Saturday nights game against the Braves. Zapatillas Adidas Baratas España . Maximilian Arnold put Wolfsburg ahead in the eighth minute, when the stationary Fallou Diagne allowed him to guide Patrick Ochs cross beyond the helpless Freiburg goalkeeper, and Ivica Olic doubled the lead three minutes later after Luiz Gustavo did well to set him up. http://www.zapatillasadidasbaratas.es/ .Y. - Sven Andrighetto scored once and set up two more as the Hamilton Bulldogs hung on to defeat the host Adirondack Flames 5-3 on Tuesday in American Hockey League action. Zapatillas Adidas España Baratas . Winnipeg trailed by five points in the final minute when quarterback Drew Willy completed a 13-play, 75-yard drive with Feoli-Gudinos 18-yard touchdown catch on third down to lift the Bombers to a 34-33 victory over the Montreal Alouettes on Friday night. Adidas España Outlet . Fourteen players were suspended last summer by Major League Baseball as part of the Biogenesis drug scandal, ranging from All-Stars to also-rans.The second hardest aspect of being a football analyst is when you have to be critical of players in a direct way on national TV. As a former player, I know how that can aggravate and make a difficult situation even worse and I only express those types of thoughts when truly the moment or scenario demands. Still, what is more difficult is to try to comment on what happened in Ottawa and try to express thought to convey sympathy and strength to those involved. The insignificance of football was so evident in trying to create a moment of contentment for those viewing TSN early Friday night. At times you can be at a loss for words, as a priority is to not offend but only to support. I do want to compliment all involved in the ceremony before kickoff, as it was not too much or too little. I thought it was just right, if there is an evaluation possible. I did feel a sense of respect; an appreciation and understanding that what I take for granted others have paid a price for. Unfortunately as a human, I will probably, over time, take it for granted again but maybe not in the same way. Well done to the Ottawa Redblacks and those involved. Well done on Friday night. In Montreal, the turnaround is now becoming the best story of the 2014 season. From 1-7 to 7-1, which with two games to go means the Alouettes are 8-8 and they just may win the East. Key decisions made to bring in Jeff Garcia as quarterback coach, have Ryan Dinwiddie move upstairs to oversee and call the plays, and not change from the decisions has produced a winning team. Over the first eight games of the season, they had an average 15 points scored a game. In the last eight games; 25 points per game. First eight games; 258 yards and now 317 yards. 23 sacks allowed in the first eight and going into Fridays game, only six. And the Alouettes now are masters of taking the ball away and not giving it up. John Hufnagel and Chris Jones will be given high consideration for CFL Coach of the Year, but if Montreal continues its winning ways all the way to the Grey Cup and wins, then Tom Higgins deserves the recognition. Players win games more than coaches but the turnaround in Montreal needs calm leadership. Thats Tom Higgins. Calgary 40, Saskatchewan 23 was slightly misleading to me, as the fourth quarter interceptions changed the game. Kerry Joseph was 21 of 37 for 322 yards and two touchdowns -- if we could just stop right there! But add the three interceptions and its game over. Still, a good move to give quarterbacking responsibilities to Joseph and I have been impressed. He took some good shots in the game and jumped up fast looking foor more.dddddddddddd At 41, he is too old to play 18 games but he has a maturity and presence about him that offsets his age. Darian Durant is the past, present and future of Rider football and I think we will see him again before this season is over, but I give Joseph a ton of respect to walking into a difficult situation and doing what he can do to try to make an awkward season into a good one. For Calgary, they are the best team in the league and to win 14 games with all the adversity and injury that goes into a season is a remarkable accomplishment. With Winnipeg and Calgary left, an 18-2 season would set a new standard of CFL football excellence. Tom Higgins, John Hufnagel and Chris Jones run very good organizations in completely different ways. In Toronto, the Argos were ready to play. It was 15-0 at one point, with 11 first downs to one and 11 minutes to four in terms of time of possession by the end of the first quarter. The Argonauts were ready to play and not so much that the Hamilton Tiger-Cats were not, as I had concluded at the end of their 109 yard drive for a touchdown that all confidence and momentum had shifted. Zach Collaros can play quarterback and his 23 for 36 and 335 yards says so. But the Ticats had 12 yards rushing and without a balance of some type you cant win consistently. The Argos had 80 yards from Steve Slaton on his own and that running effect changed the game. Reality is that Toronto is 7-9 and Hamilton is 7-9, a disappointing seasons so far. But with Hamilton, the plan is in place and over the time this year and next they will improve. Its a different issue with Toronto. They need a home and a physical presence in the city that is rock solid and consistent. If you could see the football facilities that the Edmonton Eskimos have you understand why they are 11-5. When you relive all the different locations the Argonauts have had to use and how they have been abused, you understand why they are 7-9. And finally; Winnipeg and BC. Sometimes repetition creates a reality that cant be ignored. Drew Willy is the future, Paris Cotton played well as a running back and Winnipeg cant stop a run game even when they know a run game is coming. It happened again, as BC closed out their game at Winnipeg with Keola Antolin and his 80 yards. The Lions are a sneaky, dangerous team. They have maturity at quarterback with Kevin Glenn, a proven pressure kicker in Paul Mccallum, a surprise physical receiver in Ernest Jackson (62, 220 lbs) and a very good defense. They are tied with Saskatchewan in point total with 18 but have two games to play; the Riders only one. ' ' '

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