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  • COVID-19: Otsego County confirms first death and 3 more positive cases

    first_imgOTSEGO COUNTY, N.Y. (WBNG) — The Otsego County Health Department has confirmed three more positive cases of the coronavirus on Saturday. For more coronavirus coverage, click here. Otsego County reported six positive cases and their first death on Friday. The county has nine positive cases as of Saturday. The health department is advising that members of the community abstain from unnecessary travel to prevent the spread of the virus. center_img Go to the CDC website or the Otsego County Health Department’s website for more information.last_img read more

  • May 18, 2019 Police Blotter

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  • Antsy Mike Trout still not ready to return to Angels’ outfield

    first_imgBOSTON — Mike Trout is getting antsy to get back into center field, but he’s not ready yet.After trying to throw for the first time in a week, Trout said on Tuesday that his sprained right index finger has improved.“Hopefully, I’ll play in a few days,” he said before his seventh straight game as the designated hitter.In the meantime, Trout is learning that being a DH isn’t easy. He doesn’t have defense to occupy his mind or burn energy in between his at-bats. Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Trout, of course, also was asked the standard questions about how he could be more popular, and more visible if he played on the East Coast.Trout just chuckled.“I hear if I played on the East Coast, it would be different,” he said, “but I play for the Angels, and I’m happy about that.”ALSOGarrett Richards (hamstring) came through Monday’s light bullpen session with no problems, so he will have a more intense session on Wednesday, Scioscia said. Richards could be headed for a rehab assignment within a few days if Wednesday’s session goes well. …Nick Tropeano (shoulder) has begun his throwing program, Scioscia said. …After playing a home game on Sunday and a make-up game in Kansas City on Monday, the Angels were playing their third straight day in a different time zone on Tuesday. It was the sixth time they’d done so in franchise history, the first since 2013. …Red Sox knuckleballer Stephen Wright, who was scheduled to start the series finale on Thursday, was placed on the disabled list with left knee inflammation. The Red Sox will instead start either left-hander Brian Johnson or right-hander Hector Velazquez. Jaime Barría is scheduled to start for the Angels.UP NEXTAngels (Andrew Heaney, 4-5, 3.43) at Red Sox (Rick Porcello, 9-3, 3.44), Wednesday, 4 p.m., Fox Sports West, KLAA (830 AM)Related Articles Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Clippers, Mavericks brace for the unknown in Game 4 Perhaps not coincidentally, Trout has five singles in 22 at-bats (with six walks) since he’s been the full-time DH.“It’s tough,” Trout said. “Obviously I want to get out there, just the mindset of staying locked in. It’s been different, but I’m trying my hardest to get back in the outfield.”Sign up for Home Turf and get 3 exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here.Aside from the issue with his finger, Trout found himself surrounded by Boston media peppering him with questions about his relationship with Mookie Betts, who is emerging as the second-best player in the majors.“I respect his game,” Trout said. “He plays the game hard, plays both sides of the ball.”Trout is second to Betts in All-Star Game balloting, with just under 2 million votes, according to updated totals released on Tuesday. Betts has more than 2.3 million votes. Both players are comfortably in position to take two of the three starting spots for next month’s game in Washington. Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Mike Trout, with bat and glove, helps Angels end losing streak last_img read more

  • Top 50 Most Powerful in Southern California Sports: No. 22 Andrew Friedman, LA Dodgers President

    first_img• Introduction• Photo Gallery Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Andrew Friedman, 39, Dodgers President of Baseball OperationsLast year’s rank: 40The highest-paid executive in baseball has overhauled the Dodgers’ baseball operations department with unusually accomplished subordinates. Less than two seasons into his tenure, the Dodgers are covered in Friedman’s fingerprints now that he has autonomy on personnel decisions.Top 50 Most Powerful in Southern California Sportslast_img read more

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