Monday, 1 February 2016

Jamie Murray set to beat Andy to world No1 spot after long road to top

When Jamie Murray lands in London on Tuesday he will do so with a grand slam doubles trophy to accompany his bags. He will also be the world No2 and at some stage in the very near future it is likely he could become the world’s top-ranked doubles player.

Murray was back in Rod Laver Arena to watch his brother Andy take on Novak Djokovic in the singles final, just as Andy had been there at the end to celebrate Jamie’s triumph in the doubles, when he and Brazil’s Bruno Soares beat Daniel Nestor and Radek Stepanek to win the Australian Open.

Beating Andy, who has been in nine grand slam finals, to be the first member of their family to be a world No1 is something the 29-year-old probably never thought possible, especially not when he was considering throwing away his rackets a few years ago as the grind of the Tour began to take its toll. With the help of a good partner, in the Australian John Peers, and a reunion with his old coach, Louis Cayer, he dug himself out of the hole he was in. Last year he and Peers reached the Wimbledon and US Open finals before parting ways as Murray joined forces with Soares, and on Saturday night the newly formed pair won their first doubles title together.

Thursday, 28 January 2016

Djokovic beats Federer to advance to Australian Open Final!

Novak Djokovic advanced to his sixth Australian Open final with a 6-1 6-2 3-6 6-3 victory over Roger Federer.
The world number one dominated the first two sets with some superb hitting, then had to hold off a spirited Federer fightback.
It is the third straight Grand Slam in which Djokovic has beaten the Swiss, prolonging Federer's wait for an 18th major title.
The Serb has beaten British number one Murray in the final on three previous occasions in the final, including last year's four-set victory.
"I played unbelievably in the first two sets but I needed to because Roger has been playing unbelievably and I knew he would be aggressive," Djokovic said.

 Djokovic will face Andy Murray or Canada's Milos Raonic in the final!

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Wednesday, 25 March 2015

2015 MLB team sneak peak

Greatest quality
I'm going to run with the force potential on offense. The Reds positioned eighth in homers last season in the NL, yet we need to remember they just got six from Votto and 18 from Bruce, who found the middle value of 32 every season in the past three years. We officially noted Byrd as a force update. In Frazier, Mesoraco, Votto, Byrd and Bruce, its sensible to say the Reds have five players equipped for 25 or more homers. It's dubious all arrive at that point, obviously, however to have the shot at it is enjoyable.
Greatest shortcoming
Beside Pena, the seat is pretty terrible. Schumaker's nearing the end of the street and whatever remains of the fellows don't have much business on a MLB program. Presently, a great seat is useful yet not generally indispensable to winning, yet the issue is the profundity. We've seen wounds wreck this group before (ahem, last season) and it could without much of a stretch happen again with such a repulsive seat. What's more, truly, when Marquis is named to your pivot in mid-March, the beginning pitching profundity isn't great, either. The Reds need everybody solid so as to make any clamor this season.

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I'm not close as down on the Reds as I was a couple of weeks back, basically because of reflecting upon the amount of opportunity to get better there is here. Hamilton will be better in his second full season, Votto is sound and still in his prime (recall that, he was a MVP quite a long time ago) and Bruce can't in any way, shape or form be as terrible as he was a year ago, according to whatever remains of his profession. We officially secured Byrd as an update, as well. There's upside in the pivot in the young people behind Cueto and Chapman is a first class level closer.
On the other side, the turn behind Cueto is equipped for being pretty awful, generally as the warm up area behind Chapman seems to be. Bruce's horrendous year amidst his prime is troublesome, Votto has been harmed two of the previous three seasons, Byrd is old and Hamilton appears to be overmatched at the plate a considerable measure. Unendingly.
There's upside, yet there's drawback. Group this with the Reds being in the hardest start to finish division in baseball and a fourth- or fifth-spot completion could be likely. On the off chance that that happens, they'll be one of the best fourth- or fifth-spot groups in baseball; however that is still a baffling season.

Friday, 20 February 2015

Cincinnati Reds: 4 Potential Breakout Candidates to Watch in Spring Training

As per Odds Shark, Las Vegas has set the Reds' over/under win absolute at 77.5. This number shows one of two things, maybe both: Vegas feels that 2014 was a precise representation of the Reds, or Vegas doesn't like the Reds' new beginning turn.
It's troublesome perceiving how a replication of 2014 could be a reasonable desire for a group that, preceding a year ago, had won no less than 90 diversions in three out of four seasons. So I believe that low desires stem more from the way that right now, two of the Reds' five spots in the beginning turn are unfilled, with nobody of critical legitimacy anticipated that would fill them.
The Reds are likely got done with playing extra through free office, so the center movements to the 40-man program and who can enhance their standpoint from inside. Vegas thinks about Jay Bruce, Joey Votto and whatever remains of the gentlemen looking to bounce back in 2014.
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Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Yorman Rodríguez

Cincinnati Reds – No. 33
Conceived: August 15, 1992 (age 22)
Ocumare de la Costa, Venezuela
Bats: Right  Throws: Right
MLB debut
September 4, 2014 for the Cincinnati Reds
Profession measurements
(through 2014 season)
Batting normal  .222
Grand slams  0
Runs batted in  2
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Cincinnati Reds (2014–present)
Yorman Jose Rodriguez (conceived August 15, 1992) is a Venezuelan proficient baseball outfielder for the Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball (MLB).
The Cincinnati Reds marked Rodríguez, considered a five-device player, as a worldwide free specialists amid the late spring of 2008 for a $2.5 million marking reward. Rodríguez made his expert introduction in 2009.The Reds added Rodríguez to their 40-man list after the 2012 season.
Rodriguez was rung to the majors shockingly on September 2, 2014.

Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Reds' trusts base on Votto, Cueto

Spring preparing begins one month from now however as of now everybody was pondering Cincinnati Reds baseball at Louisville Slugger Field.
The Reds Caravan made its yearly stop here on Thursday, offering fans an opportunity to meet a percentage of the Reds' players, previous players, supporters, administration and prospects before pitchers and catchers report to Goodyear, Ariz., on Feb. 18.
The Reds (76-86) completed fourth out of five groups a year ago in the National League Central Division. Anyway the greatest Cincinnati lover is hopeful.
"We're truly looking forward it," Reds Chief Executive Officer Bob Castellini said. "It was a long end to last season. You need to settle the score with it once more. We have an inclination that we're fit as a fiddle." 
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Two key inquiries entering the spring include their two best players. How is Joey Votto's wellbeing? Will the Reds have the capacity to leave Johnny Cueto?
Votto was constrained to 62 diversions last season because of knee and quad wounds. At the point when solid, Votto is one of the debut players in baseball. He was the 2010 N.l. Most Valuable Player and drove the alliance in on-base rate from 2010 through 2013.
The Reds Caravan arrives at Louisville and stops at Louisville Slugger Field.
Plagued by wounds last season, Votto's batting normal was a vocation low .255 and his on-base rate (.390) was his most minimal since his freshman season in 2008.
"He's doing extraordinary," Castellini said of Votto's wellbeing. "He's on his system. (Parts of the Reds staff) went up there around a month prior and went through a large portion of a day with him, and they were exceptionally awed."
The other inquiry is a greater amount of an obscure. Cueto is in the last year of his agreement and purportedly is eager to sign another manage the Reds on the off chance that they can accomplish it before spring preparing. At the point when Castellini was gotten some information about the due date, he said: "its not over until its over. That is the best I can reply to that."
Cueto, 28, is falling off a noteworthy season. Cueto (20-9, 2.25) completed second in the 2014 Cy Young voting to Dodgers pro Clayton Kershaw and set profession highs in triumphs and ERA. He drove the group in innings pitched (243.2), adversaries' batting normal against (.194) and tied for the lead in strikeouts (242) with Washington's Stephen Strasburg. His 0.96 WHIP was second to Kershaw's 0.86.
"I would be exceptionally astonished if this club surrendered him," Brennaman said. "I don't think it can with the agreement that have been doled out to players this off-season."
"He cherishes the city," he said. "He adores the fans. He demonstrated it a year ago that he needs to be a champ when he didn't miss a begin. That says a considerable measure in regards to his character and his yearning to play for this ballclub.

Monday, 26 January 2015

Heart in SF: Vogelsong re-signs with Giants

Vogelsong, whose agreement is supposedly justified even despite $4 million, gives the Giants profundity, and also quite required strength.
"We acknowledge Ryan marking once again with us," general administrator Brian Sabean said. "He's been on our radar all offseason. Despite the fact that we now and again have sought after different choices, we comprehend what Ryan has brought to the table, and his commitments have been auspicious as well as I think infectious to the association. I think some of our consistency, the sign of achievement, is rivalry and profundity, and he absolutely has made that by re-marking with us."
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Notwithstanding completing 8-13 with a 4.00 ERA last season, Vogelsong made 32 begins, surpassed among the Giants just by Madison Bumgarner's 33. Since joining the revolution in 2011, he has incorporated a 39-35 record with a 3.74 ERA. San Francisco rose successful in each of the seven of his postseason begins in 2012 and '14. It was generally expected that Vogelsong would head somewhere else after Jake Peavy marked a two-year bargain on Dec. 23. Be that as it may, around two weeks subsequently, it was discovered that Tim Hudson experienced right lower leg surgery, resuscitating the Giants' enthusiasm for Vogelsong.
The right-hander about went somewhere else in the not so distant future, going to Houston and bringing a physical with the revamping Astros. He even ate with supervisor A.j. Hinch. Eventually, he said "heavenly intercession" drove him once again to San Francisco.
"I have a wife that cherishes San Francisco and adores the fans," Vogelsong said, "and I've got her peeping in my ear like clockwork.
"I'm back where I needed to be and back where my family needed to be. I've let you know fellows previously that I've generally viewed myself as a Giant. Actually when I took my little reroute there, there's not by any stretch of the imagination wherever I'd rather play."

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