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    ST. LOUIS – Six straight series victories to start the year? That’ll play. Backed by Chris Bassitt’s six shutout innings on Tuesday, the Mets beat the Cardinals for a second straight night, this time 3-0, ensuring a series win for the Amazin’s before their finale at Busch Stadium on Wednesday. It is the first time in franchise history the Mets have won their first six series of the season. “We started fast, but I’m more excited about the last six series of the year rather than the first six,” Bassitt said. “We have a long way to go. Just keep on grinding.” Good pitching will go a long way, and the Mets are reveling in that reward following 13 combined scoreless innings from their starters in the first two games of the Cardinals series. After Max Scherzer hurled seven shutout innings in the team’s win on Monday, Bassitt followed with six scoreless innings against Cardinals hitters. Bassitt’s three wins on the season are tied with five others, including rotation mates Scherzer and Tylor Megill, for the most in the National...
    Gunmaker Smith & Wesson moving headquarters from Massachusetts to Tennessee Kristi Noem Ditches Lewandowski After Two Bombshell Reports It's the Las Vegas Aces' day for a morning award drop-in.  The WNBA announced Kelsey Plum as the 2021 Sixth Player of the Year and General Manager Dan Padover as its Basketball Executive of the Year on Thursday morning. The No. 2 seeded Aces host Game 2 of the WNBA semifinals at 10 p.m. ET on ESPN2. They lead the Phoenix Mercury, 1-0, in the best-of-five series.  It is the first Sixth Player award for Plum and the third consecutive for an Aces player. Dearica Hamby won in 2019 and 2020 and the teammates were viewed as the leading candidates in a tight race. Plum received 41 of the 49 votes by a panel of sportswriters and broadcasters. Hamby, who had pushed for Plum to win since Hamby got the All-Star nod this year, had five votes.  Dallas Wings guard Marina Mabrey had two votes and Connecticut Sun guard Natisha Hiedeman had one. The No. 1 Sun host the No. 6...
    Eva Amurris Boyfriend Is Supportive of Her Coparenting With Kyle Martino States Where COVID-19 is Growing the Fastest In sixth season at Texas, the Shaka Smart era is finally gaining traction The Texas Longhorns were struggling to win basketball games this time last year. They were 10-2 heading into conference play and ranked as high as No. 22 at one point early in the season. But once conference play started, the team went on a shocking 4-9 run — including four losses in a row in February. Many coaches inside the industry thought it’d be Shaka Smart’s last year in Austin.  “There were a lot of rumors swirling around that there were about to be a few openings available at the University of Texas at the end of January last year,” a high-major assistant told Yahoo Sports.   Sitting at 14-11 in the middle of February, Texas was the definition of a bubble team. Then the Longhorns went on a five-game win streak to close out the season that may have saved Smart and his staff. The Longhorns only lost one...
    Bohemia has confirmed the availability of the game on Microsoft’s next-generation consoles. Bohemia Interactive has confirmed the availability of Vigor for Xbox Series X and S, available since the launch of the new consoles. The game will also come to PS5, as was already confirmed, so the experience of this online multiplayer shooter developed by those responsible for the ArmA saga will continue to be active in the near future. Both systems will take advantage of the improvements, such as resolution 4K or auto-HDR. Vigor’s arrival on Xbox also serves as the starting point for the game’s sixth season. As indicated by Bohemian, the new stage of the proposal includes the arrival of a new map called Anikken, plus nightly versions of current maps, along with new weapons and tools. In the new arsenal highlights the sawed-off shotgun, a combat knife, a decoy, among other novelties. You can see the content in action in the trailer that we leave you on these lines. The Junkers are the protagonists of the sixth season of Vigor, invading outsiders...
    What? You thought ESPN had already shown basketball fans all of “The Last Dance” footage in its vault? Nope. In a previously unreleased clip from the Emmy-winning documentary series, Michael Jordan can be seen chatting with “SportsCenter” anchor Stuart Scott in the midst of the 1998 NBA Finals. Scott asks Jordan what continues to drive him after he had already acquired “enough rings for one hand.” At that time, Jordan was looking to win his sixth championship with the Bulls, who were facing a Jazz squad led by Hall of Famers John Stockton and Karl Malone. MORE: The greatest MJ game you definitely don’t remember “You set your own expectations. You live up to those,” Jordan said in the clip. “Your expectations are gonna be geared toward (what) people feel you can accomplish. Sure, everybody’s saying this is Utah’s year. Best record, they’ve got home-court advantage. … Yeah, that’s motivation. If it’s not, then you certainly need to look in the mirror. “But that’s a sense of motivation. You’ve gotta have some inner motivation, too. You want to be successful....
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City It seems these days that most of the things Luis Rojas touches turns rotten rather quickly. That’s what happened on Sunday afternoon as the Mets dropped their second straight to lose their three-game series with the Toronto Blue Jays in a 7-3 decision in Buffalo just hours after the Jets dropped their season opener to the Bills 13 miles away. In the first inning in which he turned to his bullpen after five strong innings from David Peterson — who threw just 81 pitches — Brad Brach and Jared Hughes allowed five runs in the sixth inning to blow open what was once a 2-1 game. With the loss, the Mets are back down to five games under .500 (21-26) with just 13 games remaining in the regular season to try and sneak into one of the final playoff spots in the National League. Dominic Smith continues to be not only one of the Mets’ best bats, but one of the...
    The Crown has been one of Netflix’s biggest shows and it was recently revealed that the series revolving around the British Royal Family of Windsors will wrap up with season 6. The show has already released three seasons and is gearing up for the fourth one to release soon. The show has seen several cast changes every two seasons as it moves ahead in the timeline. While Olivia Colman essayed the role of Queen Elizabeth II for the third and fourth seasons, the final two seasons will have Imelda Staunton taking the baton, the makers have now also found their Prince Philip and it is none other than famed British actor Jonathan Pryce who was recently seen in The Two Popes. The Crown Will Have Its Sixth and Final Season on Netflix, Confirms Show Creator Peter Morgan. As reported by Variety, Pryce will be taking over from fellow Game of Thrones alum Tobias Menzies, who played the Duke Of Edinburgh in the third and fourth season. Another casting announcement from season 5 and 6 that has already been confirmed is...
    New York Yankees Recap: It’s the Gio Urshela show in Yankees Sixth Win (videos) By: William Parlee August 2, 2020 PrevPreviousMLB reverses its course; Monday night’s Yankees – Phillies back on ShareTweet0 SharesThe New York Yankees won their fifth game in a row, this one off the Boston Red Sox.  With a combination of Gold Glove type defense and show of power. Last night was pretty much the Gio Urshela show. The Yankees won last night’s game 5-2. Masahiro Tanaka took the mound for the Yankees. Tanaka had a horrible record last season against the Red Sox; he gave up 22 earned runs in just three starts.  Giving up the home run early in the game has been a problem for Tanaka. The Yankees had hope in the game as Tanaka didn’t allow the Red Sox a run in spring training. Tanaka looked good in his first inning when he struck out two and got a fly out to Aaron Judge. Aaron Judge had gotten a home run in three consecutive...
    NETFLIX has confirmed The Crown will be back for a sixth and final series. Show bosses also confirmed that Imelda Staunton will take the crown from Olivia Coleman. 3Imelda Staunton will take the crown from Olivia ColemanCredit: AP:Associated Press In a tweet from the official Netflix account, writer/creator Peter Morgan said: “As we started to discuss the storylines for Series 5, it soon became clear that in order to do justice to the richness and complexity of the story we should go back to the original plan and do six seasons.” Netflixs official Twitter account tweeted the exciting news, writing: "News from the palace: we can confirm there will be a sixth (and final) season [email protected], in addition to the previously announced five!" It went on to conclude: "So to summarise – we’ll have one more season with Queen Olivia Colman, before she passes the crown to Imelda Staunton. We’re just half way through! Lovely." The Crown only recently wrapped its season four filming early amid the coronavirus outbreak in a desperate bid to "tie up loose ends". 3Olivia...
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