Watch ChangeUp, a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZN, on Opening DayBryce Harper and Manny Machado held the sport hostage for months, negotiating record-breaking contracts with each landing in a new city. Harper will make his Philadelphia debut following when the Phillies take on the Braves, while Machado debuts for an up-and-coming Padres team against the Giants.The biggest winner of the offseason, though, was Angels superstar Mike Trout, who inked a record, 12-year $430 million extension to remain in Los Angeles. Trout and the Angels open their season against the most talented team in the AL West, the Houston Astros.Here’s a guide to watching MLB’s 2019 Opening Day action, including a full TV schedule and how to stream games live online.LIVE: Follow SN’s Opening Day live blog for updates, highlightsMLB Opening Day TV schedule 2019ESPN will broadcast three games to a national audience on Opening Day, but other games outside of a viewer’s market are otherwise difficult to watch. Here’s the entire TV schedule for every game played Thursday, subject to MLB’s blackout restrictions.MatchupTime (ET)TV channelMets vs. Nationals1:05 p.m.MASN, SNYOrioles vs. Yankees1:05 p.m.ESPN, ESPN Deportes, YES, MASN2Cardinals vs. Brewers2:10 p.m.FS Wisconsin, FS MidwestBraves vs. Phillies3:05 p.m.FS Southeast, FS South, NBCSN PhiladelphiaTigers vs. Blue Jays3:37 p.m.FS DetroitAstros vs. Rays4 p.m.FS Sun, AT&T SN SouthwestCubs vs. Rangers4:05 p.m.FS Southwest, NBC Sports ChicagoAngels vs. Athletics4:07 p.m.FS West, NBC Sports CaliforniaPirates vs. Reds4:10 p.m.FS Ohio, AT&T SN PittsburghRockies vs. Marlins4:10 p.m.FS Florida, AT&T SN Rocky Mountain UtahIndians vs. Twins4:10 p.m.FS North, Sportstime OhioGiants vs. Padres4:10 p.m.FS San Diego, NBC Sports Bay AreaDiamondbacks vs. Dodgers4:10 p.m.ESPN, ESPN Deportes, Fox Sports ArizonaWhite Sox vs. Royals4:15 p.m.FS Kansas City, NBC Sports ChicagoRed Sox vs. Mariners7:08 p.m.ESPN, ESPN DeportesLIVE: MLB Opening Day scoreboardHow to live stream MLB Opening Day gamesThe three games broadcast on ESPN can also be streamed on the WatchESPN app. Any games airing on a Fox Sports regional network can be streamed on the FoxSportsGo app if you are within that region’s market. MLB.tv games can be streamed on the At Bat app.The new option on the scene for 2019 is DAZN’s “ChangeUp,” a live look-in whiparound show hosted by Adnan Virk. While the streaming platform doesn’t carry MLB games in their entirety, the show is geared toward baseball fans who want to keep up with action from every game at once, showing highlights, live at-bats, analysis, interviews and more.You can subscribe to DAZN here for a monthly rate of $19.99. It also offers a yearlong package for $99.99.Sign up to watch ChangeUp, a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZNWhat is DAZN’s new MLB show?”ChangeUp” is a seven-day-a-week live MLB whip-around program providing live look-ins to any games in progress while recapping all of the action from the day. “ChangeUp” will regularly air on weekdays beginning at 7 p.m. ET and conclude after the final pitch of the evening. Weekday programming will be hosted by former ESPN personality Adnan Virk and comedian Scott Rogowsky. The pair will be joined by Lauren Gardner, Tony Luftman and Alfredo “Freddy” Lomelí.The Opening Day show will debut at a special time of 1 p.m. ET. Get ready, baseball fans. MLB’s 2019 Opening Day has finally arrived with a jam-packed schedule to begin the new season.It’s exactly five months since the Boston Red Sox won Game 5 of the World Series to claim their ninth title. After a slow start to baseball’s offseason, the drama ramped up in recent weeks with several of the biggest deals in MLB history taking place with some of the game’s most recognizable names. The past meets the present 🕹Our brand new @MLB LIVE whip-around show, ‘ChangeUp,’ is coming on #OpeningDay ⚾Don’t Miss It 👉 https://t.co/j4BIUf4XnH pic.twitter.com/A52gYX4miZ— DAZN USA (@DAZN_USA) March 25, 2019Anchoring the weekend edition of “ChangeUp,” airing every Saturday and Sunday from 10 p.m. to midnight ET, will be Jake Mintz and Jordan Shusterman of the popular social media duo known as Cespedes Family BBQ.Throughout the week the show will feature appearances from a number of MLB Network’s roster of analysts including Eric Byrnes, Cliff Floyd, Carlos Peña, Harold Reynolds and Hall of Famer John Smoltz. “ChangeUp” is produced at MLB Network’s studios in Secaucus, New Jersey.How to watch Bryce Harper’s Phillies debutUnfortunately, there isn’t an easy way to watch Harper’s first game in Citizens Bank Park unless you live in a Philadelphia or Atlanta television market. If you don’t have cable, you’ll need to sign up for ESPN+ to stream the game live online.
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Sandbags for a little extra weight and grip can purchased at Husky, 711, Taghum Shell, The Gas Bar, The Maple Leaf Store, Kaslo Building Supply, Forestry, Kokanee Marine and Kaslo Esso.This year is a special season for the Reps as Nelson plays host to the B.C. Hockey Peewee Rep Provincial Hockey Tournament in March.Teams from throughout the province will be in Nelson for the weeklong tourney.Mallard’s Source for sports applauds the Reps off-ice teamwork with Team of the Week honours.The team is pictured filling bag at the City of Nelson pit with head coach Jeff Hunt. It’s easy from the recent fall-like weather experienced in the region winter is but a distant memory.Which is why the Nelson Peewee Reps got together last month to fill a lot of sandbags to help motorists stay on the road during the expected winter weather — because winter will arrive as expected.
We’re always striving to make better tools for the geocaching community. The addition of the new geocache search and Hide a Geocache page gave us an opportunity to think about how players navigate Geocaching.com. We found that most players who visit the website want to either learn about geocaching, play the game, gear up, or connect with the global geocaching community. The new navigation should help guide you to find exactly what you’re looking for — and leave the hunting around for when you’re in the field!What’s new:How do I access My Profile? Click on your geocaching username or your profile image. This will take you to My Profile where you can access Lists, Geocaches, Trackable Items, Souvenirs, and more. How do I access Account Settings?Look for the gear icon in the drop down under your username.Where can I see my membership status?You can see your membership status listed in Account Settings or My Profile.Why is the font different on the website?You have good eyes! In the name of consistency, we updated the font to be the same across Geocaching.com.Oh no! My geocaching scripts aren’t working anymore. When will you fix these?These scripts are made and maintained by members of the geocaching community, not by Geocaching HQ. Occasionally, updates like this will stop them from working. Usually, the geocachers who own and maintain the scripts are quick to fix them. Thanks for being patient!How do I find…?Sometimes less is more. These pages did not make it into the new navigation but you can still find them on our website here:Guide to Buying a GPS DeviceGeocaching & EducationGeocaching BrochuresGeocaching Tools and DownloadsAdvertising with UsAPI ProgramSignal the FrogGeocaching in the NewsBenchmark HuntingGeocaching HistoryLocal Organizations (Note: Getting involved with a geocaching organization is one of the best ways to take your game to the next level. You can also learn more about organizations here.) Share with your Friends:More SharePrint Related
There isn’t much tree cover at the site where the Department of the Interior built a 1,002-sq.-ft ranger cabin for the National Park Service’s Painted Hills unit, which presides over part of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument in north central Oregon.But the sun exposure in this spectacular and remote location is being played to advantage with a 5.6-kW photovoltaic system that, combined with a well insulated and relatively airtight shell, helped earn the gird-connected house a HERS Index rating of -46. (The targets were -15 with the PV system, +44 without.)Designed by Jones and Jones Architecture of Seattle and Zero Energy Plans of Coupeville, Washington, the project also won a gold EnergyValue Housing Award last month at the International Builders’ Show in Orlando, Florida.Mike Taylor, vice president of Kirby Nagelhout Construction, based in Bend, told the Daily Journal of Commerce that the large south-facing roof where the PV array is mounted is clearly the key energy driver. Moeover, the home’s insulation system and airtightness didn’t require special materials or construction techniques. “The exciting thing is that homes like this could be built without a lot of the exotic methods people associate with super-efficient residences,” he said.Aiming for durability and comfortThe 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom house features what Nagelhout Construction vice president Chris Prahl, the project manager, says is a carefully constructed shallow foundation to accommodate the clay-laden soil at the site. The foundation is insulated to R-20 underneath and R-10 on the perimeter. The R-26 walls and the roof are structural insulated panels (SIPs), and the ceiling is insulated to R-43. Rim joist insulation is R-10 foam and R-22 fiberglass batts. All windows are triple-glazed.In addition to the PV system, the building’s energy needs are served by a solar hot water system. The house equipped with both a heat recovery ventilation system and a high-efficiency minisplit heating and cooling system.The building has Hardiepanel siding and metal roofing (expect for the garage roofing, which is PVC membrane roofing chosen to accommodate the 580-sq.-ft. patio that sits above the roof). A blower-door test showed an air-leakage rate of 198 cfm50.Prahl says construction costs came in at $294,000, although he notes that the total includes the costs of building in an extremely remote location and, because it was a government project, wage rates that were higher than average for the area.
Indian batsman Virat Kohli celebrates his century as teammate Shikhar Dhawan looks on during the 2nd ODI against Australia at Dr. Y S Rajasekhara Reddy Stadium in Vishakhapatnam on Wednesday. PTIVirat Kohli smashed a career-best 118 as India relied on their young batting brigade to clinch a comfortable five-wicket win against Australia in a high-scoring second cricket one-dayer in Visakhapatnam on Wednesday night.Chasing a stiff target of 290, the young Kohli made full use of the opportunity to notch up his third ODI century, while Suresh Raina (71 n.o. off 47 balls) provided the finishing spark as the hosts romped home with seven balls to spare and took an unassailable 1-0 lead in the three-match series.SCOREBOARD: INDIA VS AUSTRALIAFirst match of the series was washed out without a single ball being bowled in Kochi.The Australians were well served by their captain Michael Clarke, who signalled his return to form with an unbeaten 111, while Cameron White (89 n.o.) and Michael Hussey (69) were the other notable performers for the depleted visitors.But their efforts turned out to be for a lost cause as the Indians capitalised on a good batting track at ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium to clinch the game and marked Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s 50th match as captain.Both the teams now travel to Margao for the third and final match on October 24.Replying to the target, India had a wobbly start when both the openers were dismissed early by Clint McKay.Debutant Shikhar Dhawan had a forgettable outing as the southpaw was dismissed for a duck in the very second ball he faced.advertisementIn-form Murali Vijay (15) looked good before edging one to the wicketkeeper Paine to leave India reeling for 35 for two with McKay taking both the wickets.But Yuvraj Singh (58 off 87 balls) and Kohli (11X4, 1×6) kept India’s hopes alive as the duo repaired the damage in a style similar to that of Clarke and Hussey for the Aussies.Yuvraj, who made a return to the side after being overlooked for the Test series, also looked good as he helped Kohli in setting the tone.The stylish Punjab batsman survived some anxious moments but went on to score his half-century and appeared to be a relieved man.Kohli developed cramps but the Delhi youngster maintained his run flow aided by Shikhar Dhawan as his runner.Yuvraj, meanwhile, departed for after being deceived by a McKay slower as the third wicket stand yielded 137.Raina, who cracked nine fours and a six, played a crucial knock after Yuvraj’s departure as he took the pressure off Kohli with some big hits all over the ground.The duo added 84 runs for the fourth wicket to take India closer home before Kohli departed for his best one-day score.There was a little drama in store after Kohli’s dismissal with skipper Dhoni (0) departing in quick succession but Raina ensured that India did not falter.Raina, along with another debutant Saurabh Tiwary (12 n.o.), clinched the issue to keep an all-win record intact from three ODIs at the scenic venue in the coastal city.AUSTRALIA INNINGSIndian cricket team captain M S Dhoni shakes hands with his Australian counterpart Michel Clarke before the start of the 2nd One Day International match at Dr. Y S Rajasekhara Reddy Stadium in Vishakhapatnam on Wednesday. PTISilencing his critics, stand-in-captain skipper Michael Clarke returned to form with his fifth century to help Australia post a challenging 289 for three.After Ashish Nehra evicted the opening duo of Shaun Marsh (0) and Tim Paine (9), Clarke (111 not out from 138 balls with seven fours and one six) and Hussey (69) steadied the ship putting on 144 runs together.Some big hitting by vice-captain Cameron White (89 from 49 balls with six fours and six overboundaries) — with a couple of them straight ones through umpire Billy Bowden — spurred the Aussie scoring as they scored 49 runs in the five overs of batting powerplay between 43rd and 47th overs.Both White and Clarke were in a rampaging mood, Nehra, who had an impressive first spell of 4-1-3-2 had his figures destroyed towards the end as he returned with 57 runs from his 10 overs.The Aussie scored 114 in the last 10 overs, something that speaks highly of Clarke’s innings that had the shades of recovery and then the dominance.Put into bat, Australia were clearly under pressure as the opening duo of Marsh and Paine were dismissed early by Nehra in an impressive first spell.Skipper Clarke and Hussey — the experienced duo of the new-look Australia side — did the repair work, building their innings brick by brick.advertisementBatting sensibly, they first ensured that there was no more damage, giving the later batsmern some kind of foundation.With Indian third and fourth bowlers — R Vinay Kumar and Ravichandran Ashwin both playing in their second ODI — a little short on experience, Dhoni had to resort to parttime spinning duo of Suresh Raina and Yuvraj Singh.The duo bowled 13 overs in between them with Yuvraj chipping in with a full quota but without any damage to the Aussies.Clarke, who scored just 35 runs from four innings in the two-Test series, essayed the role of an anchor to perfection, while southpaw Hussey looked to step up the tempo as the run-rate crept past 4.00-mark.The skipper took 77 balls to complete his half-century, while Hussey also joined in tandem getting to the 50-run mark in 61 balls as the duo began to look dangerous from Indian point of view. Rookie off-spinner Ashwin gave the crucial break when Hussey missed his short-length ball to be hit in front of middle for a leg-before-wicket.Hussey hit seven fours in his knock from 78 balls.After Hussey’s departure, deputy White gave a fine support to his skipper who was at his elegance best scoring his century from 132 balls, an innings that must have erased his bitter memories of a wretched Test series.Clarke developed some cramps in between but the Aussie skipper overcame the pain after getting some treatment and stood tall during his innings.Earlier, Nehra tested Marsh’s patience with some toe-crushing line before the southpaw inside-edged one to his stumps to depart without scoring.Run-rate hovering around two, Paine tried to break-free at the other end with some edgy strokes but Nehra had his way in dismissing the wicket-keeper batsman to leave the Aussies reeling at 16 for two in two overs.Having already taken a risk, the wicketkeeper batsman came out to hit Nehra over mid-on but only to be gobbled up by Vinay Kumar inside the circle to give India a perfect start.The first ODI of the three-match series was abandoned because of heavy rains in Kochi.Margao will host the last and third ODI of the series on October 24.
Chelsea winger Hudson-Odoi delighted with early season formby Ansser Sadiq17 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi admits that he was fearing for his career after suffering an Achilles injury last term.The 18-year-old was missing for the back end of last season after the horrific injury.However, he has found his way back to fitness and is already shining for the first team under Frank Lampard with three assists and a goal in four matches.He told Sky Sports News: “It’s an amazing feeling.”I was out for three to four months and it was crazy to even get the injury in the first place. It’s something I had to deal with mentally because I’d never experienced an injury like that before.”I’m really delighted with the way I’ve come back. I didn’t expect to get this many assists and to contribute with a goal as well. Hopefully I’ll keep improving and adding goals to my game.” About the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say
GLENDALE, AZ – JANUARY 11: Head coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide celebrates by hoisting the College Football Playoff National Championship Trophy after defeating the Clemson Tigers in the 2016 College Football Playoff National Championship Game at University of Phoenix Stadium on January 11, 2016 in Glendale, Arizona. The Crimson Tide defeated the Tigers with a score of 45 to 40. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)With its win over Clemson, Alabama took home a 16th claimed national title, and it isn’t being shy about the accomplishment. This morning, Alabama posted an awesome graphic to Instagram, showing off the new College Football Playoff trophy with 15 rings from the program’s previous titles. It is quite a site.Love them or hate them, the Crimson Tide are really without rival when it comes to winning championships. The scary part is that it doesn’t seem like Nick Saban is particularly close to being done either.
HALIFAX – A Nova Scotia Liberal candidate who was dropped over comments he made on social media in 2013 is apologizing for his behaviour.Pictou East candidate Matthew MacKnight issued a brief statement today saying he takes full responsibility for the comments on Twitter and didn’t intend for them to be derogatory or hurtful.MacKnight did not reveal the nature of the comments.But he apologizes to two groups that represent people with Down syndrome, saying “it was an immature comment” that not meant to be malicious.MacKnight was ousted as a candidate after campaign chairman Chris MacInnes said Monday he was made aware of “highly inappropriate” comments.MacInnes does not say what the comments were, only that they were unacceptable and run contrary to the values of the party.Global News linked to a photo of the alleged tweet, which had MacKnight purportedly calling someone an expletive and using the hashtags #downsyndrome and #stupidcustomers on May 28, 2013.
The 100 Women Who Care started in 2017, as a group of local women who come together for one evening to help infuse financial help into local charities. At the event, the women listen to three nominated charities who present their stories to the women. By sharing who they are, what they are doing in the community, and why they deserve the support.Each attending woman brings $100 to the event, and casts her vote towards the charity she feels deserves the donation. When you multiply $100 by 100 women there is a quick infusion of funding for the chosen charity.To purchase tickets; CLICK HERE FB Event Page; CLICK HERE FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The list of nominations for the upcoming 100 Women Who Care Event have been published.These organizations have all been nominated by women who have participated at previous 100 Women that Care events. Through the nomination process, three local charities will compete for this funding which will help their programs and services. Presentations will be made at the Lido on March 12th, 2019 at 6:00 pm.– Fort St John Women’s Resource Society– Fort St John & Area Senior’s Care Foundation– Fort St John Hospital Foundation– BC SPCA North Peace Branch– Northern Environmental Action Team (NEAT)– North Peace Pregnancy Care Centre Society– North Peace Justice Society– Fort St John Association of Community Living– North Peace Seniors Housing Society