สมัครพนันออนไลน์ SBO pitched two days after cancerous skin was removed

August 31st, 2014 Comments off

สมัครพนันออนไลน์ SBO

สมัครพนันออนไลน์ If Washington Nationals right-hander Doug Fister was thinking about more than just baseball during his outing on Friday night, it would be perfectly understandable.

According to Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post, Fister took the hill against the San Francisco Giants just two days after undergoing a procedure to remove cancerous skin from the left side of his neck.

พนันฟุตบอล The stitches from the procedure were visible as Fister labored through six innings – his shortest outing since July 21 – in the Nationals 10-3 loss to San Francisco. Fister was only on the hook for four of those runs, but took his fourth loss as Washington’s 10-game winning streak was snapped.

Both Fister and manager Matt Williams confirmed the procedure when asked about the mark on Fister’s neck, but both insisted that it had no baring on his outing.

“I had some skin cancer removed a couple days ago,” Fister said. “It had no effect tonight.”

“I just wasn’t sharp,” Fister said. “I left too many balls over the plate.”

สโบเบท SBO Angel Stadium sustains flooding and water damage after pipe bursts

August 30th, 2014 Comments off

สโบเบท SBO

สโบเบท While the AL West leading Los Angeles Angels were opening up a key weekend series against the second place Oakland A’s at O.co Coliseum, people stationed at their home ballpark, Angel Stadium in Anaheim, were dealing with issues that have unfortunately become customary in Oakland.

สโบ According to Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times, a three-inch pipe broke at around 2 a.m. on Friday, leading to flooding and extensive water damage throughout the ballpark. Due to the incident and the subsequent clean up efforts, Angel Stadium tours were canceled and the ballpark’s team store was forced to close on Friday, but spokesman Tim Mead says the team hopes they’ll be able to resume normal business on Saturday.

Mead said an upper-level pipe burst at about 2 a.m. and sprayed water for about 15 to 20 minutes before it could be shut off. The water flowed down to all levels of the ballpark and got as deep as 2-1/2 feet in one bathroom, he said.