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          Chancellor's 2018 State of the University Address      Cache   Translate Page      

UCSF Chancellor Sam Hawgood, MBBS, will deliver his fifth State of the University address on Tuesday, Oct. 30, from noon to 1 p.m. in Cole Hall on the Parnassus campus.

The Chancellor will share highlights over the past year, including major milestones in research, education and patient care, as well as acknowledge the great work of members of the UCSF community. He will also provide updates on UCSF’s current initiatives and plans, including the revitalization of the Parnassus Heights campus and the campaign to raise $5 billion to sustain UCSF’s robust enterprise and to recruit and retain top talent.

The Chancellor will focus his remarks on UCSF’s extensive work in the community to address health inequities and some of the most challenging societal issues, such as homelessness, mental health and poverty.

The address will be presented live in Cole Hall on the Parnassus campus and from UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland. It will be live streamed on YouTube and simulcast at Byers Hall in Genentech Hall at Mission Bay, Herbst Hall at Mount Zion as well as in Fresno.

Joining the Chancellor for his presentation will be Margot Kushel, MD, professor of medicine and director of the Center for Vulnerable Populations at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center, and Dayna Long, MD, medical director for the Department of Community Health and Engagement at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland.

Kushel’s research focuses on the causes and consequences of homelessness and housing instability, with the goal of preventing and ending homelessness and ameliorating the effects of homelessness on health. Her research seeks to inform clinical practice, programs, and policies.

Long is finding ways to use health care settings as a buffer against toxic stress in order to help kids achieve better outcomes. She is working in Oakland and collaborating with other UCSF researchers on multidisciplinary clinical programs, trials and partnerships to address disparities that will help improve the health of all children.

Cole Hall Auditorium, UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland, Genentech Hall, Herbst Hall, and UCSF Fresno
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          Walk and run to help special needs athletes      Cache   Translate Page      
An annual 5K walk-and-run event to raise funds for and call attention to Madera Special Needs Sports and Recreation has been scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 13, at Lions Town and Country Park. The event is a collaboration with Madera Parks and Community Services, Galaxy Dance Academy and Madera National Little League. Madera Special Needs Sports and Recreation plans to play host for a resource fair at the event in which various community agencies from Madera and Fresno County will provide
          Pro Services Loader - Lowe's Inc. - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Position DescriptionAssist customers with all of their shopping needs including responding to inquiries and helping customers with locating, carrying, and...
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          CSA L/BM - Lowe's Inc. - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Position Description Responsible for assisting customers with all of their shopping needs including assisting customers in the selection, demonstration,...
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          LP & Safety Manager - Lowe's Inc. - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Position Description This position implements loss prevention and safety programs, overseeing and coordinating processes to minimize loss while maintaining a...
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          Reset Merchandiser and Retail Fixture Installers Fresno CA - Signature Retail Services - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Planogram Setting in Home Depot, Lowes, Menards, Tractor Supply, Costco, Petsmart, Staples, or other retail warehouse environments.... $15 - $17 an hour
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          Suit Over Fall From Ladder Continues With Expert Testimony Intact      Cache   Translate Page      
FRESNO, Calif. - A man's attempt to hold a ladder seller and manufacturer liable for injuries he suffered when a step stool he was on collapsed survived summary judgment Aug. 23 when a California federal judge denied a request by the defendants to strike the man's expert from the case (Christopher Sullivan v. Costco Wholesale Corporation, et al., No. 1:17-cv-00959, E.D. Calif., 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 143840).
          Los palmeros Juan Capote y Marichu Fresno, en la dirección de una asociación internacional de la industria lechera promovida en China      Cache   Translate Page      

Los prestigiosos investigadores palmeros Juan Capote y Marichu Fresno han entrado en la dirección de una asociación internacional de la industria lechera promovida en China. Estos dos expertos, pertenecientes al Instituto Canario de Investigaciones Agrarias (ICIA), organismo autónomo adscrito a la  Consejería de Agricultura, Ganadería, Pesca y Aguas del Gobierno de Canarias, viajaron el pasado mes de agosto al gigante asiático para participar en el Congreso nacional de ovino y caprino, celebrado en Bengbu, y en el II Congreso mundial para el desarrollo de la industria láctea caprina que tuvo lugar en la provincia china de Shaanxi, donde impartieron también diferentes charlas en la Universidad de Northwest A&F (NWAFU), además de participar en encuentros con productores, visitas a explotaciones e industrias y otras actividades.

Durante su estancia en China se constituyó la Asociación Internacional de la Industria Lechera en Pequeños Rumiantes -cuyos estatutos fueron aprobados en Francia- que está respaldada por el Gobierno chino. Detrás de la citada sociedad de ámbito mundial se encuentra un potente sector económico que aporta millones de euros al año.

Marichu Fresno ha sido nombrada vicepresidenta de la Asociación Internacional de la Industria Lechera en Pequeños Rumiantes, mientras que en Juan Capote, considerado una autoridad mundial en ganado caprino, ha recaído la Presidencia de Honor. Esta es la cuarta distinción que recibe Capote en China, país al que viaja con frecuencia para prestar asesoramiento.

Fresno, una destacada experta en la calidad de leche de cabra y sus productos, despertó un enrome interés en su intervención. Esta investigadora ha demostrado, con sus publicaciones y revisiones bibliográficas, la superioridad, desde el punto de vista de la salud, de la leche de cabra con respecto a la de vaca. China está apostando por la industria de la leche de cabra, que va camino de superar a la de vaca.

La imagen de la cabra en la cultura oriental se asocia al bienestar, la salud y la belleza y existen referencias bibliográficas de 1578 en las que se consideraba la leche de cabra como un tónico digestivo. De entre sus beneficios destacan sus propiedades nutricionales y mejor digestibilidad que la de vaca, siendo incluso apta en muchos casos para las personas intolerantes a la lactosa. En Europa, incluida España y las Islas, crece el interés por el consumo de leche fresca de cabra.

Como explicaron Capote y Fresno, que llevan más de 30 años difundiendo los beneficios de la leche de cabra para la salud humana, China aspira a que el 70% de su producción láctea sea de cabra y que ésta alcance una producción anual de 100.000.000.000 litros. En la actualidad, diariamente el país recoge de sus ganaderos unos 9 millones de litros de leche de cabra para sus industrias, en las que producen fundamentalmente leche en polvo de rápida disolución con destino principalmente a alimentación infantil, pero con la que se elaboran también otros productos lácteos. 

La venta de suero liofilizado podría abrir la puerta de nuevas posibilidades de negocio para el Archipiélago, así como la exportación de conocimiento y tecnologías vinculadas a la elaboración de queso e incluso la venta de estas producciones. Los estudios desarrollados en el ICIA durante más de tres décadas en manejo ganadero, caracterización de razas y mejora genética, control lechero, ordeño, valor nutritivo de las canales de los cabritos, manejo de la lactancia, caracterización de forrajes y pastos locales y sus efectos en la leche y quesos, caracterización y análisis sensorial de los quesos canarios, etc., han sentado, sin duda, las bases para que Canarias sea en la actualidad un referente internacional en ganadería caprina.


          Justin Timberlake is coming to Fresno. Here’s how you can get tickets      Cache   Translate Page      

Pop star Justin Timberlake’s is scheduled to perform at the Save Mart Center on Dec. 3, according to the Save Mart Center promoters. Timberlake started his “The Man of the Woods Tour” tour earlier this year, and has toured through North America, Europe and the United Kingdom. Timberlake recently announced he would return back to […]

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          Arnold Schwarzenegger says he’s ‘pumped’ for launch of Fresno State project      Cache   Translate Page      

An ambitious project by a Fresno State journalism professor has the ringing endorsement from the man who took down the predator. Former California governor and celebrity Arnold Schwarzenegger publicly announced his support for Fresno State’s  recently-launched Institute for Media and Public Trust. He also expressed his support for the man leading the institute — Media, Communication […]

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          English cross-country star likes running with the ‘Dogs      Cache   Translate Page      

Upon first meeting Ellie Leather, she looks youthful and timid. After hearing her talk about the sport that motivates her with a passion that flows through her veins, one can clearly see the fiery determination that only comes from one so fiercely disciplined. “She is stronger than she looks,” Bulldogs’ head cross-country coach Christine Engel […]

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          Central Valley hero Ramirez set to defend title Friday night      Cache   Translate Page      

Central Valley native, Fresno State alumnus and former Olympian Jose Ramirez is looking to defend his WBC Light Welterweight world title on national television against undefeated San Diego native Antonio Orozco at the Save Mart Center on Friday night. Ramirez, who has a record of 22-0 with 16 knockouts, will face his toughest opponent to […]

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          ASI At a Glance: New priorities made for the school year      Cache   Translate Page      

Hello Fellow Students, Last week, ASI had our second Senate meeting of the school year and a lot was accomplished. To begin, Christopher Rodriguez was appointed as the new Senator for Parking and Safety. Knowing how important both of those topics are, we are very excited to get moving forward with new projects to improve […]

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          Healthy Bulldogs: Suicide Prevention: Let’s talk about it      Cache   Translate Page      

September is National Suicide Prevention Month and though it is a difficult topic, the most important thing to do is talk about it. Here are a few tips to help you start the conversation. Listening goes a long way. Practice active listening skills including paraphrasing, asking open-ended questions, seeking clarification and showing concern. Listen without […]

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          Trump touts administration’s readiness as East Coast braces for Hurricane Florence      Cache   Translate Page      

By Anita Kumar McClatchy Washington Bureau WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump said Tuesday that his administration is “totally prepared” to respond to Hurricane Florence, a dangerous Category 4 storm that is threatening to barrel down on the Carolinas within days. “The safety of the American people is my absolute highest priority,” he said. “We are […]

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          Five acts perform in Tower District at Mini Rogue Festival      Cache   Translate Page      

Five different acts were presented Friday through Sunday night exclusively in the back room of the Tower District’s The Revue coffee shop as apart of the Seattle-to-Fresno Mini Rogue Festival. This festival was produced by Jayne Day, who has been involved with Rogue Fest since 2002, and Grant Knutson, who has been bringing performers from […]

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          Deaf students take the stage to show off their poetry      Cache   Translate Page      

In The Vintage Room Wednesday night, hearing and deaf students and faculty gathered for an evening of poetry and sharing. Roughly 60 people attended the Poetry Jam, which had a focus on deaf performers and was put on by Fresno State’s Cross Cultural Programs and Services. September is Deaf Awareness Month. The Poetry Jam featured […]

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          Fall in summer: Starbucks releases Pumpkin Spice Latte early      Cache   Translate Page      

Coffee lovers crowded the Starbucks store located at Fresno State Henry Madden Library on a recent day, everyone trying to get their hands on the Pumpkin Spice Latte, which was released early this year on Aug. 28. “The lines are definitely longer than they usually are,” said Starbucks staff member, Jay-Jay. “The season hasn’t even […]

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          Families gather at ground zero to mark 17th anniversary of 9/11 attacks      Cache   Translate Page      

By: Noah Goldberg and Larry McShane New York Daily News NEW YORK – It was another Tuesday morning in September, this one beneath gray skies, as the loved ones of the 2,753 New York victims of 9/11 marked the 17th anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks. Thousands of relatives, survivors and first responders filled ground […]

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          Jose Ramirez vs. Antonio Orozco – WBC stats      Cache   Translate Page      

WBC Super Lightweight World Championship September 14, 2018 / Fresno, California / Save Mart Arena This will the 2,018th championship fight sanctioned by the WBC in its 55-year history TOP RANK, INC. PRESENTS: JOSE RAMIREZ (United States) WBC Super Lightweight […]

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          Pac-12 picks: Winless Arizona, UCLA teams have chance to avenge early results      Cache   Translate Page      

It wouldn’t have been totally unreasonable to think a couple of Pac-12 teams could start the season 0-2. You might have expected those would be the ones coached by Jonathan Smith and Herm Edwards, not by Kevin Sumlin and Chip Kelly.

Arizona and UCLA have faced stiff competition thus far, but both have chances to finally get into the win column this week – one maybe more so than the other. We predict Arizona vs. Southern Utah, UCLA vs. Fresno State and nine other games taking place throughout the Pac-12 Conference this week.

UC Davis at Stanford

No line – Stanford will sit star running back Bryce Love, but it’d be more interesting – and more competitive – if the Cardinal actually loaned him to UC Davis for this game. The pick: Stanford 40, UC Davis 3.

San Jose State at Oregon

Oregon by 41½ - The Ducks have already scored 120 points at Autzen Stadium this year, after games against Bowling Green and Portland State. I like the chances of that number reaching 180 come Saturday night. The pick: Oregon 62, SJSU 10.

New Hampshire at Colorado

No line – New Hampshire, a team that scored 10 points against Colgate and Maine, visits a Colorado team that dropped a combined 78 points on Colorado State and Nebraska. More stat-padding for Steven Montez, Travon McMillian and Laviska Shenault Jr. The pick:

Idaho State at California

No line – A few years ago, Cal took wide receiver Chad Hansen from Idaho State. The Bengals don’t have anyone the Bears would be interested this year, if that gives you some insight into what’ll go down Saturday in Berkeley. The pick: Cal 45, Idaho State 7.

Oregon State at Nevada

Nevada by 3½ – There’s more uncertainty at the quarterback position for Oregon State, so the Beavers may need another big day from running back Jemar Jefferson if they hope to keep pace with a Nevada attack that scored 72 points in its season opener. The pick: Nevada 41, Oregon State 38.

USC at Texas

Texas by 3½ - Part III of Trojans-Longhorns couldn’t be more entertaining than Part I or Part II, could it? Anything seems possible when these two knock heads. The pick: Texas 31, USC 30.

Eastern Washington at Washington State

No line – Maybe Wyoming wasn’t the Cougars’ toughest nonconference challenge after all. Gage Gubrud has some fond memories of Martin Stadium, but how will the Eastern Washington QB operate without Cooper Kupp, Kendrick Bourne and Shaq Hill? The pick: will be in Saturday’s paper.

Washington at Utah

Washington by 6½ - A preview of the Pac-12 championship here in week three? It’s possible, especially after seeing Utah’s top challengers in the South, USC and Arizona, stumble the first two weeks. Both defenses are elite, but the Huskies are more talented and experience on offense. The pick: UW 27, Utah 21.

Arizona State at San Diego State

ASU by 5 – Manny Wilkins and N’Keal Harry are emerging as one of the top quarterback-wide receiver combos in the country and expect to see big numbers from both against a SDSU team that surrendered 226 receiving yards to JJ Arcega-Whiteside a couple weeks ago. The pick: ASU 38, SDSU 28.

Fresno State at UCLA

Fresno State by 1 – Chip Kelly has never started a college season 0-3, but the Bruins have conceded 75 points in two games and now face a Fresno State that’s two weeks removed from hanging 79 on Idaho. Upset special! The pick: Fresno State 34, UCLA 31.

Southern Utah at Arizona

No line – A bottom-dweller from the Big Sky Conference is just what Khalil Tate and Kevin Sumlin needed after early-season losses to BYU and Houston. This one shouldn’t be close. “Shouldn’t.” The pick: Arizona 55, Southern Utah 21.

Theo Lawson picks

Last week: 8-2 straight up, 4-3 against the spread

Overall: 17-5 straight up, 9-9 against the spread


          GAMBERO, GERALD MICHAEL "Jerry"      Cache   Translate Page      
Gerald "Jerry" Michael Gambero was born on June 7, 1950, to Daniel and Pauline (Riccci) Gambero of Fresno, CA, and passed away peacefully at home on...
          Manager I Case Mgmt - Remote in Fresno or Sacramento, CA - PS4663      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-Fresno, Description Your Talent. Our Vision. At Anthem Blue Cross, a proud member of the Anthem, Inc. family of companies, it's a powerful combination, and the foundation upon which we're creating greater access to care for our members, greater value for our customers, and greater health for our communities. Join us and together we will drive the future of health care. This is an exceptional opportunity t
          Outreach Specialist, Fresno, CA - PS2316      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-Fresno, Description Your Talent. Our Vision. At Anthem, Inc., it's a powerful combination, and the foundation upon which we're creating greater care for our members, greater value for our customers, and greater health for our communities. Join us and together we will drive the future of health care. Outreach Specialist I The Outreach Specialist is responsible for conducting outreach and education to membe
          Quality Management Internship (East Bay; Chico; Fresno; LA) - PS1425      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-Fresno, Description Your Talent. Our Vision. At Anthem, Inc., it's a powerful combination, and the foundation upon which we're creating greater care for our members, greater value for our customers, and greater health for our communities. Join us and together we will drive the future of health care. This is an exceptional opportunity to do innovative work that means more to you and those we serve at one o
          Production      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-Fresno, Location: Fresno, CA Industry: Food and Beverage Production General Production Worker Positions Available On a 4 day, 10 hour schedule: 3 shifts available 6:00am - 4:30 pm 1:00pm - 11:30pm 8:00pm - 6:30 am Job Description: Preparing product Crating boxes Crating product Palletizing Requirements: Ability to work in a COLD & WET environment Ability to adhere to food safety regulations Ability to wor
          Sprinkler Service Technician      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-Fresno, What you will do Receive service calls from Service Resource Center, including a brief description of equipment/system malfunctions. Contact customer representative and ascertain equipment/systems problems. How you will do it Perform service and repairs on sprinkler systems for commercial, industrial and residential applications. These include but are not limited to wet (steel, copper and CPVC), d
          Sprinkler Service Technician      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-Fresno, What you will do Receive service calls from Service Resource Center, including a brief description of equipment/system malfunctions. Contact customer representative and ascertain equipment/systems problems. How you will do it Perform service and repairs on sprinkler systems for commercial, industrial and residential applications. These include but are not limited to wet (steel, copper and CPVC), d
          Sprinkler Service Technician      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-Fresno, What you will do Receive service calls from Service Resource Center, including a brief description of equipment/system malfunctions. Contact customer representative and ascertain equipment/systems problems. How you will do it Perform service and repairs on sprinkler systems for commercial, industrial and residential applications. These include but are not limited to wet (steel, copper and CPVC), d
          Hundreds of Workers Strike Outside Sun-Maid Raisin Factory Near Fresno      Cache   Translate Page      
Union members have been on strike since Monday, shutting down the Kingsburg raisin factory in Fresno County for two days before it re-opened Wednesday with non-union workers.
          Unarmed Security Officer - CONSOLIDATED PROTECTIVE SERVIC - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Responding to services calls initiated by management (i.e. Possess Valid Guard Card. Possess current Guard Card (See Licensing requirements for details).... $13.00 - $13.50 an hour
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          Medical Assistant - Full-Time - Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Answer phones, filing, and assisting with patient check-in. Medical Assistant Certification or Diploma Required....
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          Counselor/Caseload Manager - Part-Time - Aegis Treatment Centers, LLC - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
A certificate in alcohol and/or drug studies from an approved counselor certifying organization is required or an AA, BA degree in Behavioral Sciences,...
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          Marriage & Family Therapist Associate - Alpha Behavioral Counseling Center - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Develop treatment plans, monitor treatment progress, and follow-up when appropriate. MUST be Licensed MFT or Registered MFTI with the BBS....
From Alpha Behavioral Counseling Center - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 22:12:52 GMT - View all Fresno, CA jobs
          Costing Manager - Producers Dairy Foods - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Responsible for analysis of manufacturing expenses including conversion cost calculation and plant financial scorecard for reporting....
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          Metro PCS - Retail Sales Associate & Sales Lead - UNLIMITED R US INC - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
As the driving force in building customer loyalty and growing our existing customer base, you'll deliver superior customer service and proactively contact...
From UNLIMITED R US INC - Fri, 17 Aug 2018 17:12:32 GMT - View all Fresno, CA jobs
          Personal Assistant / Admin for World class gym - WARRIOR FITNESS - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Please feel free to look at our facebook's business page and contact us via our owner's (Paul Watson) facebook messenger or TEXT MESSAGE on our gym's cell... $11 - $15 an hour
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          CAD OPERATOR - Transbay Fire Protection - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Valid Driver’s license, Vehicle, and Auto Insurance. The job position entails working with the Project Manager and design team members to convert drawings to... $14 - $16 an hour
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          Transportation Supervisor - Producers Dairy Foods - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Valid Class A Driver License with a clean driving record. Collaboratively developing and executing specific technical training, including owning training...
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          Journeyman Carpenter - Bath Planet - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Experience with plumbing and electrical. The Journeyman Carpenter is responsible for the successful completion of the jobs assigned to him, including performing...
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          Front Desk Agent - Piccadilly Inn - Arbor Lodging - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
When guests aren’t taking advantage of the area’s rich attractions, they can relax with modern guestroom amenities like 34-inch flat screen TVs, free wireless,...
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          Certified Welding Inspector - Kleinfelder, Inc. - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
The Welding Inspector will interact daily with owner and contractor teams to inspect active work projects, will prepare daily reports and data sheets and may be...
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          Construction Materials Testing Technician / Special Inspector (ICC Certified) - Kleinfelder, Inc. - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Must have own vehicle, a valid driver’s license and clean driving record required. We're looking for a person with strong initiative, who will perform routine...
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          Control Systems Technician - Cloutera - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Identify, maintain, and troubleshoot HMI components, control network components, motor controls including motor starters, Variable Frequency Drives, DC drives,...
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          Senior Material Handling Equipment Technician - Cloutera - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Automated conveyors systems and controls, electrical and electronic principles, blueprint and electrical schematic reading, industrial controls and electronics...
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          Speech Language Pathology Assistant SLPA - StaffRehab - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Active California Speech Language Pathologist Assistant (SLPA) license. I can depend on them to support me in every way and feel extremely secure in my place...
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          Property Management Coordinator - WSP USA - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Dedicated to serving local communities, we are engineers, planners, technical experts, strategic advisors and construction management professionals....
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          Lead Scheduler - WSP USA - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Bachelor’s degree in construction management, engineering, project management, or related technical field....
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          Risk Coordinator - WSP USA - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Perform or direct quantitative risk analysis, e.g. Monte Carlo analysis of risk adjusted budgets and schedules....
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          Dedicated Regional Truck Driver - Truckers America - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Must have valid Class A CDL. Class A CDL (Required). Must have at least 3 months of Class A driving experience. Mostly day time driving.... $65,000 - $73,000 a year
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          How to watch Ramirez vs. Orozco on ESPN      Cache   Translate Page      
Looking to watch the Jose Ramirez vs. Antonio Orozco 12-round bout for Ramirez's WBC junior welterweight title and the rest of the undercard from Fresno on Friday? Here's how to do it.
          September Specials for Hanford and Fresno      Cache   Translate Page      

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          New ASI senator of parking and safety settles into job      Cache   Translate Page      

Christopher Rodriguez, a senior, was recently sworn in as Associated Students, Inc. senator for parking and safety. Once an unsuccessful candidate for senator-at-large in the spring elections, Rodriguez has finally achieved earning a spot at the table of Fresno State’s student government. His determination, he said, was strong. “When I put my head to something, […]

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          CSA L/BM - Lowe's Inc. - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Position Description Responsible for assisting customers with all of their shopping needs including assisting customers in the selection, demonstration,...
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          LP & Safety Manager - Lowe's Inc. - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Position Description This position implements loss prevention and safety programs, overseeing and coordinating processes to minimize loss while maintaining a...
From Lowe's - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 14:26:20 GMT - View all Fresno, CA jobs
          Pro Services Loader - Lowe's Inc. - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
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El gigante Talos representado como un joven desnudo y alado, armado con una piedra. Didracmade plata de Festos, Creta (c. 300/280–270 a. C.), anverso.
En la mitología griega TalosTalon o Talo (en griego antiguo Τάλως Tálos) era un gigante de bronce que protegía a la Cretaminoica de posibles invasores.
Existen varias versiones sobre su genealogía: a veces era considerado hijo de Cres, personificación de Creta y padre de Hefesto (lo que contradice la versión dominante), otras era un autómata forjado por el propio Hefesto con la ayuda de los cíclopes, y también a veces era el último de una malvada raza de gigantes de bronce. En algunas versiones del mito, Talos es forjado por el inventor Dédalo.
En cualquier caso, se le presentaba como el infatigable guardián de Creta (dado por Zeus a Europa o por Hefesto al rey Minos), encargado de dar tres vueltas cada día a la isla, impidiendo entrar en ella a los extranjeros y salir a los habitantes que no tenían el permiso del rey. Se decía que cuando Talos sorprendía a algún extranjero, se metía en el fuego hasta calentarse al rojo vivo y abrazaba entonces a sus víctimas hasta calcinarlas.
El invulnerable cuerpo de bronce de Talos era irrigado por una única vena diminuta que lo recorría desde el cuello al tobillo, donde estaba rematada por un clavo que le impedía desangrarse, y ese era su único punto débil.1​ Cuando Jasón y los argonautas llegaron a Creta tras obtener el vellocino de oro, Talos les impidió desembarcar del Argo arrojándoles grandes rocas a la bahía.
“…Pero el broncíneo Talos, desgajando peñascos del recio acantilado, les impedía amarrar sus cables a tierra. Él, entre los semidioses había quedado de la estirpe de los hombres que nacieron de los fresnos; el Crónida se lo donó a Europa para que fuese guardián de su isla, y él por tres veces daba a Creta la vuelta con sus broncíneos pies. Pero si bien…estaba formado de bronce y sin fractura posible, por debajo del tendón, en el tobillo, tenía una vena llena de sangre, y la membrana sutil que la encerraba era su límite entre la vida y la muerte….”
Apolonio de Rodas, Las Argonáuticas, Canto IV. 1630
Según Apolodoro,2​ la hechicera Medea volvió loco a Talos con sus pócimas, haciéndole creer que podía hacerle inmortal si le quitaba el clavo de su tobillo. Otra versión reza que Peante, padre de Filoctetes, atravesó la vena con una de sus flechas. En las Argonáuticas,3​ Medea le hipnotizaba desde el Argo, volviéndole loco y haciendo que se arrancase el clavo. En cualquier caso, al quitar el clavo de su tobillo se derramaba el icor de Talos, se desangraba y moría (compárese con la historia del talón de Aquiles). Tras su muerte, el Argo pudo arribar sin peligro.
En dialecto cretense Τάλως talôs (Talos) era el equivalente griego de hêlios (Helios), el sol: el léxico de Hesiquio de Alejandría señala simplemente que «Talos es el sol». En Creta Zeus era adorado como Zeus Taleo (Zeus Solar), incorporando el dios anterior en forma de epíteto, como es habitual.4​ El dios fue identificado con los montes Taleos (hoy llamado Kulukonas), una estribación al norte del monte Ida (Creta).

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Una interpretación política del mito cuenta que Talos es la flota minoica pertrechada con armas metálicas. Cuando los griegos del Argo le derrotan, el poder de Creta se desvanece.
E. Pottier, que no cuestiona la personalidad política de Minos, considera probable a la vista de la historia de Falaris que en Creta (donde pudo haber existido un culto al toro por parte de los del doble hacha) se torturaba a las víctimas encerrándolas en la panza de un toro de bronce al rojo vivo. Éste sería también el origen del mito del Minotauro.
Robert Graves sugiere que este mito está basado en una mala interpretación de una representación de Atenea demostrando el proceso de cera perdida para fundir bronce, que Dédalo llevó a Cerdeña.

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Notas[editar]

  1. Volver arriba Cf. "Talón de Aquiles".
  2. Volver arriba Pseudo-Apolodoro I.140.
  3. Volver arriba Apolonio de RodasArgonáuticas IV.1638.
  4. Volver arriba Martin P. Nilsson señaló que "Talos es la evolución de un antiguo dios cretense, que acabó identificado con Zeus" y concluyó que, como Crono, Zeus Taleo pertenece ciertamente al estrato pre-griego (Nilsson, "Fire-Festivals in Ancient Greece" The Journal of Hellenic Studies 43.2 [1923, pp. 144–148], p. 148).

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          Cemex Dominicana premiará obras de arquitectura      Cache   Translate Page      

SANTO DOMINGO. CEMEX Dominicana informó este miércoles que celebrará la XIII edición de Premio Obras CEMEX, un concurso de carácter internacional dirigido a profesionales de la construcción, que busca reconocer las mejores obras por su arquitectura, diseño, espacios mejorados y que promueven el respeto al medio ambiente y al valor social.

El certamen, creado para resaltar tanto a las obras como a sus creadores, (Arquitectos, Ingenieros y Constructores) premiará las distintas obras nominadas en cinco categorías: Vivienda Residencial, Vivienda Económica, Edificación, Espacio Colectivo e Infraestructura. Además, posee cuatro premios especiales en los renglones: Accesibilidad Universal, Edificación Sostenible, Innovación a la construcción y Valor Social, indica una nota de prensa.

“En el país también se entregan los reconocimientos Titán y Construrama otorgados por lealtad, crecimiento en compras y mantenimiento de imagen”, dice el texto.

Agrega que los ganadores del primer lugar en las diferentes categorías y premios especiales recibirán una estatuilla internacional creada por el escultor mexicano Miguel Ángel González, viajarán a México, invitados por CEMEX con todos los gastos cubiertos, a fin de competir en la fase internacional.

“Allí compiten con constructores de más de 20 países y obras construidas en cuatro continentes. Los ganadores serán incluidos en el prestigioso libro de circulación mundial Premio Obras CEMEX, el cual representa las mejores obras premiadas en el concurso”, acota.

A nivel internacional diferentes obras dominicanas han sido reconocidas a través de los años. Entre estas se destacan el complejo Amanera (Aman Resort, Playa Grande) ganadora en 2016 bajo la categoría de Edificación y Jardines del Fresno, Etapa I en la categoría Vivienda Económica.

Este año participan 45obras evaluadas por 11 profesionales expertos en temas arquitectónicos y de construcción. La mesa de los jurados está encabezada por el arquitecto y maestro en conservación de monumento José Enrique Delmonte. Los jurados son los arquitectos Leopoldo Franco, Jesús DÁlessandro, María Jiménez, Eugenio Pérez Montás, Vencian Ben Gil y Bárbara Suncar; y los ingenieros civiles Francisco Suero, Quilvio Cabral, Luis Adolfo Abbot y Mario Bergés.

El evento se llevará a cabo el 19 de septiembre en el Salón La Fiesta del Hotel Jaragua contando con la presencia de más de 500 clientes de la empresa líder en la industria de la construcción.


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Requisition Number 18-0571 Post Date 9/7/2018 Title Driver (Non-DOT) City Fresno State CA Description The Salvation Army Golden State Division Fresno Citadel Job Posting POSITION: Driver/Warehouse Person SUPERVISOR: Family Service Director DEPARTMENT: Family Service STATUS: Non Exempt – Part-time, 25 hours per week The Salvation Army Mission Statement The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love for God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. Requirements OVERVIEW: Pick up, storage and distribution of food and other physical donations. Processing food for distribution in warehouse and oversee the cleanliness, neatness and orderly storage of donations. The incumbent is responsible for the recordkeeping and inventory of the goods in the warehouse. DUTIES: • Drive SA or SA approved vehicles as related to all phases of program implementation, including but not limited to: donation pick-ups, food deliveries, picking up of supplies, food distribution preparation, errands, etc. • Assist/oversee with the assembly of food bags and donation pick-ups. • Operates warehouse equipment: pallet jack, electric pallet jack, hand truck, forklift, etc • Manual loading and unloading of trucks related to activities conducted by Fresno Corps/Family Services • Oversee volunteers, safety, monitoring of warehouse. • Responsible for return of paperwork, inventory, and reporting from donation pick ups • Ensures that truck/cargo van mileage logs are filled out accurately and completely • Responsible for fueling/ maintenance of truck and cargo van. Daily safety inspection. Immediate reporting maintenance concerns and needs. • Observe safety, security and sanitation in all tasks. • Other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: • Valid Unrestricted California Driver’s License • Must meet The Salvation Army insurance requirements (Must be 21yrs. to operate Salvation Army vehicle) • Ability to carry out assignments in the absence of direct supervision • Able to function on strict schedule in regards to keeping appointments for pickups and deliveries • Ability to communicate effectively with supervisors, co-workers, and the public • Experience in operating a forklift (Must hold a certificate). EQUIPMENT: PC Forklift Cargo Van 12’ or 26’ box Truck w/ lift gate Phone Pallet Jack PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: • Ability to sit, walk, stand, bend, squat, climb, kneel, and twist on an intermittent or sometimes continuous basis • Ability to grasp, push, pull objects such as files, file cabinet drawers, and reach overhead • Ability to operate telephone • Ability to operate a desktop or laptop computer • Ability to lift upto 50 lbs. • Ability to stand for extended periods of time Qualified individuals must be able to perform the essential duties of the position with or without accommodation. A qualified person with a disability may request a modification or adjustment to the job or work environment in order to meet the physical requirements of the position. The Salvation Army will attempt to satisfy requests as long as the accommodation needed is a reasonable and no undue hardship would result. Apply Online at: Equal Employment Opportunity Employer: Minorities/Women/Veterans/Individuals with disabilities + Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities. + Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here. + The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c) Apply On-line
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Corrupted Youth " Class Strugle" Hardcore Usa 2018
1. War
2. Inmigrantes
3. Wasted Youth
4. Confusion
5. Beer For Breakfast
6. Death On The Streets
7. Abuse
8. Heartless Bastards
9. Class Strugle
10. Bigotry
11. No End
12. Power For Control
13. Endless Blockades (GLSM)
14. System Corruption

Nacho: Cantante
Eugene: Cantante, Guitarra
Héctor: Guitarra
Adan: Bajo
Raúl: Batería

Corrupted Youth es una banda americana de las de antes, que practica un Hardcore con elementos de Punk, Crust Punk y Crossover, nada técnico pero si esencial y con ese sabor de los años ochenta. La banda se creo en el 2008 y están girando por todo Estados Unidos, vienen de actuar en Fresno donde tributaron a The Exploited, que están mas jubilados que en activo debido a los problemas de salud de su cantante.
Este trabajo es un recopilatorio que recoge los temas principales de su carrera. War es un cruce entre Crust Punk y Hardcore con unos coros bien potentes. Producción sucia y siempre microtemas de dos minutos o uno y medio como esquema general de este álbum. Inmigrantes.... ellos son inmigrantes latinos y tiran de letras protesta en todo momento, están en contra de la política de inmigración del presidente de Estados Unidos y nos regalan un Hardcore de manual.
En cambio Wasted Youth es el primer tema donde aparece un solo de guitarra acelerado y la esencia del Crossover que es lo que le da variedad al trabajo de esta banda, la influencia no podría resultar mas básica, es un calco de D.R.I aunque hay que decir que tienen mas energía.
Confusion es otra letra protesta que arranca con un discurso de Donald Trump, que sean una banda políticamente incorrecta les ayuda y mucho a la hora de promocionarse y por eso, pese a que solo llevan 10 años de carrera y tienen pocos lanzamientos en su haber, son una banda respetada.
Beer of Breakfast.... no faltan los temas típicos de humor en un trabajo como este. La esencia de la banda es el Punk Rock de toda la vida sin mas historia, por eso hay que pensar en The Exploited y Dead Kennedys sin mas historia.
A medida que van sucediéndose los temas nos van sonando todos iguales como No End, System Corruption o Class Struggle pero hay varios matices que llaman la atención y merecen ser comentados. El primero de ellos es la presentación que siempre hace el bajista en los cambios de ritmo que le queda muy bien al sonido de la banda. El segundo aspecto a comentar es el Punk básico con alguna pincelada de Crossover y Hardcore que tiene su música. El tercer aspecto es el buen trabajo a nivel vocal, con un cantante poderoso y muy buenos coros para apoyar el estribillo y por último ese rock incluso se permiten solos de guitarra y alguno de ellos con melodía Nwobhm lo cuál lo hace todavía mas divertido, incluso podemos encontrar paralelismos con el rock urbano nacional, una banda muy divertida.
          Diesel Mechanic - Producers Dairy Foods - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Specialty Benefits Coordinator - Pacific Dental Services - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
As a benefits coordinator you will play an important role in making sure patients can start the plans that will be best for their oral health and you will work...
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          Multicare Technician - Jiffy Lube | Broadbase Inc. dba Jiffy Lube - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Valid driver's license required. Ensures consistent compliance with all Federal, State, Local and Company Safety standards and regulations....
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          Customer Service Advisor - Jiffy Lube | Broadbase Inc. dba Jiffy Lube - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Valid driver’s license is required. Ensures consistent compliance with all Federal, State, Local and Company Safety standards and regulations....
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Valid driver's license required. Acknowledges customer within 10 seconds, Executes “5 Foot Rule” and “No Handles Policy”, and answers telephone within three...
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          Assistant Multi-Unit Food/Retail Manager (ACI) - Veterans Canteen Service - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
ServSafe certification required or obtained within 90 days of hire date. Inventory control, labor cost, and budget management....
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Our ideal candidate will provide exceptional service in all aspects of the sales floor - greeting customers, selling, product knowledge, styling, cash wrap,...
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Exclusive Wireless, a T-Mobile premium retailer, is seeking part-time Retail Sales Associates. • Fast learner for an everyday changing environment.... $11 an hour
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          Load Coordinator - Producers Dairy Foods - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Class B license to move vehicles around facility preferred but not required. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regards any...
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          Class A CDL Truck Driver - 2 Days Off 5 Days On - Only 3 Months Exp. - Benefits - One Way Staffing - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
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          94H Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) Maintenance Support Specialist - Army National Guard - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
You'll be able to pursue a career as an instrument mechanic or a calibration specialist at civilian companies, such as manufacturing firms, airlines, machinery...
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          91L Construction Vehicle Repairer - Army National Guard - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
As a Construction Vehicle Repairer you will maintain and replace brake actuators, batteries, starter motors, alternators, mechanical fuel pumps, and hydraulic...
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Utilities Equipment Repairers maintain and repair electrical equipment such as electric motors and electric tools....
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          92G Food Service Specialist - Army National Guard - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
You'll learn how to plan and prep menus, how to prepare and serve food, and how to ensure food safety and facility sanitation, whether you're feeding 25...
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          88M Truck Driver - Army National Guard - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
This is the way the Guard Truck Driver plays an essential role in the accomplishment of many Guard missions and the skills you learn in the Guard will help...
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          25U Signal Support Systems Specialist - Army National Guard - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
Civilian positions may require additional study in electronics, where you will have the opportunity to qualify for certification as an Associate Certified...
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          25S Satellite Communication Systems Operator-Maintainer - Army National Guard - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
And monitoring and responding to emergency calls. Part of this time is spent in a classroom and part in the field under simulated combat conditions....
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          25Q Multi-Channel Transmission Systems Operator-Maintainer - Army National Guard - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
As a Multi-channel Transmission Systems Operator-Maintainer you will learn how to install, repair, operate, and run maintenance checks on multi-channel...
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          14G Air Defense Battle Management System Operator - Army National Guard - Fresno, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
As an Air Defense Battle Management System Operator you will play a vital role in guarding against aerial and space-based attacks....
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          25U Signal Support Systems Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-FRESNO, 25U Signal Support Systems Specialist Job Description Communication is the heartbeat of any Army National Guard unit. By joining the Army National Guard as a Signal Support Systems Specialist, you will keep the information flowing by making sure all communications equipment is in top working order. And while you maintain signal support devices and terminals in the Army National Guard, you will be
          25S Satellite Communication Systems Operator-Maintainer      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-FRESNO, 25S Satellite Communication Systems Operator-Maintainer Job Description The ability to communicate is a vital part of the Army's ability to run successful missions, and it's the Satellite Communication Systems Operator-Maintainers who make sure that the lines of communication are always open. They install, operate, maintain, and repair strategic and tactical multi-channel satellite communications.
          25Q Multi-Channel Transmission Systems Operator-Maintainer      Cache   Translate Page      
CA-FRESNO, 25Q Multi-Channel Transmission Systems Operator-Maintainer Job Description Everything begins with solid communications. And in this hyper-networked world, that won’t change anytime soon. So set yourself up in a promising civilian career by learning the skills you need in the Army National Guard. As a Multi-channel Transmission Systems Operator-Maintainer you will learn how to install, repair, oper
          Go Redbirds! Boo, Grizzlies!      Cache   Translate Page      

After a pair of heart-stopping comeback wins last weekend, the Memphis Redbirds advanced to the Pacific Coast League (PCL) championship series for a second straight season where they'll defend their title against the Triple-A affiliate of the world champion Houston Astros, the Fresno Grizzlies. Battling Mother Nature in both Oklahoma City (where they split the first two games of the best-of-five semifinal series) and Memphis, the Redbirds beat a hot Dodger team in four games, the last two in walk-off fashion.

In Game 3 Friday night, Alex Mejia, Lane Thomas, and Max Schrock delivered consecutive RBI singles in the bottom of the ninth inning to erase a 4-2 Oklahoma City lead and give Memphis a 2-1 series advantage. But that comeback served merely as prelude to Sunday's epic Game 4.

The Redbirds tied Sunday's game at a run apiece in the bottom of the seventh inning on a sacrifice fly by Tommy Edman. (The game had been scheduled for seven innings, as Game 5 would have followed had the Dodgers won.) Oklahoma City took a two-run lead in the top of the 10th inning on a home run by Henry Ramos. But the Redbirds rallied again, this time tying the score at 3 on a two-out, two-strike single by Alex Mejia. Then, things got a little weird.

Edman reached second after drilling the ball off the Dodgers' first baseman, putting Redbirds at second and third. Oklahoma City manager Bill Haselman then seemed to corner Redbirds manager Stubby Clapp by walking Schrock. Out of position players on his bench, Clapp was forced to let relief pitcher Giovanny Gallegos bat with the winning run 90 feet away. Gallegos had exactly one at-bat in his seven-year professional career.

Gallegos clubbed the baseball over the leftfielder's head for a series-clinching walkoff victory. Such is Redbirds baseball in what can now be called the Stubby Clapp era. Pieces of a good team are removed. Others arrive, suit up, and impact victories.

The 2018 Redbirds, for a time, had the finest outfield in the minor leagues: Tyler O'Neill, Oscar Mercado, and Adolis García. Mercado was traded in late July and O'Neill and García are now helping the St. Louis Cardinals fight for a big-league playoff spot.

In April, Memphis had what appeared to be an electric rotation of starting pitchers: Jack Flaherty, Austin Gomber, John Gant, Daniel Poncedeleon, and Dakota Hudson. Hudson won 13 games for the Redbirds and earned PCL Pitcher of the Year honors. But all five men are now pitching for the Cardinals, leaving the likes of Jake Woodford, former Cardinal Tyler Lyons, and Kevin Herget to take turns in the PCL playoffs.

And take their turns they will, now three games from back-to-back championships for a man — already a back-to-back PCL Manager of the Year — who may be on to new ventures next spring. When the Toronto Blue Jays announced last week that manager John Gibbons will not return in 2019, Clapp's name instantly became an offseason talking point. (Clapp is a native of Windsor, Ontario.) Would a major-league team hire a manager with no experience in such a role at the game's highest level? Check out the managers' offices at Yankee Stadium and Fenway Park as the Yankees and Red Sox prepare for this year's postseason.

For at least three more games, though, Stubby Clapp will command the Memphis Redbirds. (The championship series opens Tuesday night in Fresno, with Games 3 through 5 scheduled for AutoZone Park, starting Friday night.) You can bet against the Redbirds at your wallet's peril. Clapp has emphasized "never say die" for two seasons now as a Triple-A manager. When relief pitchers are drilling series-winning hits to the wall, perhaps it's time we all believe in the mantra.


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Bakersfield Now(KBAK/KBFX) — Six people are dead in east Bakersfield after a man allegedly went on a shooting rampage. Kern County Sheriff’s deputies responded to reports of shots fired at a trucking company on Manwell Boulevard, near Highway 58 and Weedpatch …A ‘mass shooting‘ in Bakersfield as a husband turns on his wifeFresno Bee all […]
          TRANSACCIONES. Filadelfia sube por tercera vez a Ranger Suárez      Cache   Translate Page      
Estas son las transacciones que involucran a los venezolanos en las Grandes Ligas desde el Día Inaugural de la temporada 2018

11 de septiembre
Los Filis suben a Ranger Suárez (P) desde el Lehigh Valley, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

9 de septiembre
Los Azulejos sacan a Yangervis Solarte (IF) de la lista de incapacitados y lo colocan de nuevo en el roster activo. Estuvo fuera de acción desde el 12 de agosto, con una distensión en los músculos oblicuos.

8 de septiembre
Los Mets compran el contrato de José Lobatón (C), lo incluyen en el roster de 40 y lo suben desde Las Vegas, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

7 de septiembre
Los Ángeles pasan exitosamente por waivers a Osmer Morales (P), sin que sea tomado por otro equipo, y lo asignan al Salt Lake City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Estando en esa categoría, había sido sacado del roster de 40 y puesto en asignación, a comienzos de semana.

5 de septiembre
Los Diamondbacks suben a Ildemaro Vargas (2B) desde el Fresno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

Los Marlins ponen a Martín Prado (3B) en la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, con una distensión muscular en la zona derecha del abdomen. No volverá a jugar en esta temporada.

Los Marlins sacan a Eliéser Hernández (P) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una ampolla en un dedo, y lo colocan en el roster activo.

4 de septiembre
Los Rockies suben a Yonathan Daza (OF) y lo colocan en la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, mecanismo que les permite utilizar un cupo adicional en el roster de 40. Es la primera vez en su carrera que Daza es llamado a las Grandes Ligas.

Los Medias Blancas compran el contrato de José Ruiz (P) para incluirlo en el roster de 40 y lo suben al roster activo. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es subido a las Grandes Ligas.

Los Mellizos suben a Gregorio Petit (IF) desde el Rochester, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Nacionales suben a Adrián Sánchez (IF) desde el Syracuse, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

3 de septiembre
Los Ángeles sacan del roster de 40 a Osmer Morales (P) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Anaheim tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad.

Los Marlins asignan a Eliéser Hernández (P) al New Orleans, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física.

2 de septiembre
Los Rays suben a José Mujica (P) y lo colocan de inmediato en la lista de incapacitados de 60 días. Con este mecanismo, se les permite utilizar un cupo adicional en el roster de 40, al haber liberado el del lanzador. Es la primera vez en su carrera que Mujica es llamado a las Grandes Ligas.

Los Rangers suben a Yohander Méndez (P) desde el Round Rock, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

1° de septiembre
Los Marlins reactivan a Martín Prado (3B) desde la lista de incapacitados. Estaba fuera desde el 14 de agosto, con un tirón en un cuádriceps. Fue su tercera pasantía este año por la lista de incapacitados.

Los Filis reactivan a Edubray Ramos (P) desde la lista de incapacitados. Estaba fuera desde el 22 de agosto, con una ampolla en el índice de la mano derecha. Fue su tercera pasantía este año por la lista de incapacitados.

Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación en Doble A de Eduardo Rodríguez (P) y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados. Estaba fuera desde el 15 de julio, con un esguince en el tobillo derecho. Fue su segunda pasantía este año por la lista de incapacitados.

Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la novena vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Piratas suben a José Osuna (OF) desde el Indianapolis, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la quinta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Orioles suben a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) desde el Norfolk, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la sexta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada, la segunda con Baltimore.

Los Medias Rojas suben a William Cuevas (P) desde el Pawtucket, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Atléticos suben a Franklin Barreto (2B/SS) desde el Nashville, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la sexta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

30 de agosto
Los Ángeles suben a José Briceño (C) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

29 de agosto
Los Gigantes compran el contrato de Grégor Blanco (OF) para incluirlo en el roster de 40 y lo suben al roster activo. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es subido por San Francisco. En junio fue pasado por waivers, dejado en libertad y vuelto a contratar.

28 de agosto
Los Padres envían a Carlos Asuaje (2B) a El Paso, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

25 de agosto
Los Rangers compran el contrato de Carlos Pérez (C) para incluirlo en el roster de 40 y lo suben al roster activo. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es llamado por Texas. Previamente también estuvo en roster activo con los Bravos.

24 de agosto
Los Marlins ponen a Eliéser Hernández (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una ampolla en el dedo medio de la mano derecha. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 4 de septiembre.

Los Mellizos suben a Willians Astudillo (C-IF-OF) desde el Rochester, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas.

23 de agosto
Los Padres suben a Carlos Asuaje (2B) desde El Paso, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez esta temporada que es incluido en el roster activo de las Grandes Ligas.

Los Filis ponen a Edubray Ramos (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una ampolla en el índice de la mano derecha. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 3 de septiembre

Los Filis activan a Luis Avilán (P).

22 de agosto
Los Medias Blancas suben a José Rondón (P) desde el Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Medias Blancas entregan a Luis Avilán (P) a los Filis, a cambio de Félix Paulino (P).

Los Nacionales envían a Adrián Sánchez (IF) al Syracuse, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez esta temporada que es devuelto por Washington a las Menores.

21 de agosto
Los Nacionales suben a Adrián Sánchez (IF) desde el Syracuse, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Astros ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de José Altuve (2B) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

20 de agosto
Los Medias Rojas asignan a Eduardo Rodríguez (P) al Portland, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 15 de julio, con un esguince en un tobillo.

19 de agosto
Los Astros asignan a José Altuve (2B) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 5 de agosto, con una lesión en una rodilla.

Los Nacionales adquieren a Andruw Monasterio (IF) y a un jugador a ser nombrado posteriormente de los Cachorros, a cambio de Danile Murphy (2B).

Los Gigantes transfieren a Pablo Sandoval (IF) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la la lista de incapacitados de 60 días.

Los Filis ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Edubray Ramos (P) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Filis envían a Ranger Suárez (P) al Lehigh Valley, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es devuelto a las Menores.

18 de agosto
Los Rockies reactivan a Antonio Senzatela (P) de la lista de incapacitados. Estaba allí desde el 5 de agosto, con una inflamación en el hombro derecho.

17 de agosto
Los Filis suben a Ranger Suárez (P) desde el Lehigh Valley, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

Los Ángeles devuelven a Osmer Morales (P) al Salt Lake City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es bajado por Anaheim, luego de ser llamado para hacer su estreno en las Grandes Ligas.

15 de agosto
Los Ángeles Rojas envían a José Briceño (C) al Salt Lake City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es bajado por Anaheim a su principal filial.

Los Filis reactivan a Wilson Ramos (C) de la lista de incapacitados. Estaba allí desde el 18 de julio, con una lesión en una corva.

14 de agosto
Los Marlins ponen a Martín Prado (3B) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en un cuádriceps. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 23 de agosto.

13 de agosto
Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la décima vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

Los Mets envían a Luis Guillorme (IF) a Las Vegas, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez en esta temporada que Guillorme es devuelto por Nueva York a su principal filial.

Los Padres envían a Carlos Asuaje (2B) a El Paso, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Yanquis suben a Ronald Torreyes (IF) desde el Scranton-Wilkes/Barre, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que es incluido en el roster de Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

12 de agosto
Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la décima vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Medias Rojas envían a William Cuevas (P) al Pawtucket, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez esta temporada que es bajado por Boston a su principal filial.

Los Azulejos ponen a Yangervis Solarte (IF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una distensión en los músculos oblicuos. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 21 de agosto.

11 de agosto
Los Filis asignan a Wilson Ramos (C) al Clearwater, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 18 de julio, con un tirón en una corva.

Los Medias Rojas suben a William Cuevas (P) desde el Pawtucket, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

10 de agosto
Los Marlins suben a Rafael Ortega (OF) desde el New Orleans, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

8 de agosto
Los Piratas envían a José Osuna (IF/OF) al Indianapolis, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Ángeles pasan por waivers a Luis Valbuena (IF) y lo dejan en libertad.

6 de agosto
Los Atléticos envían a Franklin Barreto (SS) al Nashville, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la quinta vez esta temporada que es bajado a las Menores.

5 de agosto
Los Ángeles sacan del roster de 40 a Luis Valbuena (IF) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Anaheim tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Es la primera vez que esto le ocurre a Valbuena en más de un lustro.

Los Rockies ponen a Antonio Senzatela (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una inflamación en el hombro derecho, retroactivo al 3 de agosto. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 12 de agosto.

2 de agosto
Los Orioles envían a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) al Norfolk, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez que es bajado a las Menores esta temporada, primera ocasión que lo hace Baltimore.

Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la octava vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

1° de agosto
Los Filis asignan a Edubray Ramos (P) al Lehigh Valley, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

31 de julio
Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la octava vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Orioles suben a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) desde el Norfolk, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la quinta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada, aunque es la primera que lo hace Baltimore.

Los Filis asignan a Edubray Ramos (P) al Reading, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 22 de julio, con una distensión en la rótula derecha.

Los Rays envían a Wilson Ramos (C) a los Filis, a cambio de un pelotero a ser nombrado posteriormente o una cantidad de dinero no revelada.

30 de julio
Los Gigantes ponen a Pablo Sandoval (IF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en una corva. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 8 de agosto.

29 de julio
Los Atléticos suben a Franklin Barreto (2B/SS) desde el Nashville, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la quinta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Reales envían a Andrés Machado (P) al Omaha, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es devuelto a las Menores.

28 de julio
Ls Mets suben a Luis Guillorme (IF) desde Las Vegas, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

Los Piratas suben a José Osuna (OF) desde el Indianapolis, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Mellizos suben a Gabriel Moya (P) desde el Rochester, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman desde las Menores y la tercera vez que ocupa un lugar en el roster activo de Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Reales suben a Andrés Machado (P) desde el Omaha, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Padres ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de José Gregorio Castillo (P) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una lesión en la corva.

Los Filis activan a Asdrúbal Cabrera (IF).

Los Diamondbacks envían a Ildemaro Vargas (IF) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es devuelto a las Menores.

Los Diamondbacks activan a Eduardo Escobar (IF).

27 de julio
Los Diamondbacks suben a Ildemaro Vargas (2B) desde el Fresno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

Los Filis envían a Ranger Suárez (P) al Lehigh Valley, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es devuelto a las Menores.

Los Mets entregan a Asdrúbal Cabrera (2B) a los Filis, a cambio del lanzador Franklyn Kilome.

Los Rockies sacan a Germán Márquez (P) de la lista restrictiva y lo inscriben nuevamente en el roster activo.

Los Mellizos entregan a Eduardo Escobar (IF) a los D'backs, a cambio del lanzador Jhoan Durán y los jardineros Gabriel Maciel y Ernie De La Trinidad.

26 de julio
Los Cerveceros suben a Orlando Arcia (SS) desde el Colorado Springs, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que es incluido esta temporada en el roster activo de Grandes Ligas.

Los Piratas sacan a Francisco Cervelli (C) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado del síndrome de post conmoción cerebral, y lo colocan nuevamente en el roster activo.

Los Filis suben a Ranger Suárez (P) desde el Lehigh Valley, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

Los Ángeles incluyen a Francisco Arcia (C) en el roster de 40 y lo suben desde el Sant Lake City, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

25 de julio
Los Rockies sacan a Germán Márquez (P) de la lista de ausencias por paternidad y lo mueven a la lista restrictiva, para permitirle una ausencia más prolongada en el roster activo.

Los Yanquis sacan a Gleyber Torres (2B) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una lesión en la cadera, y vuelven a colocarlo en el roster activo.

24 de julio
Los Cerveceros sacan a Junior Guerra (P) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una dolencia en la corva, y vuelven a colocarlo en el roster activo.

Los Atléticos envían a Franklin Barreto (SS) al Nashville, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez esta temporada que es bajado a las Menores.

Los Rays suben a Yonny Chirinos (P) desde el Durham, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Reales firman a Luis Lugo (P) con un contrato de Ligas Menores.

Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la séptima vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

23 de julio
Los Atléticos suben a Franklin Barreto (2B/SS) desde el Nashville, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

22 de julio
Los Rockies colocan a Germán Márquez (P) en la lista de ausencias por paternidad. Podrá estar allí hasta tres días, como máximo, antes de ser reactivado o ser movido a otra lista que permita una ausencia más prolongada.

Los Mellizos envían a Willians Astudillo (C-IF-OF) al Rochester, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es devuelto por Minnesota a su principal filial.

Los Rockies sacan a Antonio Senzatela (P) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una ampolla en la mano derecha, y vuelven a colocarlo en el roster activo.

Los Filis ponen a Edubray Ramos (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una distensión en la rótula derecha. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 1° de agosto.

21 de julio
Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la novena vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

Los Rangers envían a Ricardo Rodríguez (P) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez que es reasignado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Yanquis asignan a Gleyber Torres (2B) al Tampa, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 4 de julio, con una lesión muscular en la cadera.

Los Marineros sacan a Félix Hernández (P) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de dolores en la espalda, y vuelven a colocarlo en el roster activo.

Los Padres asignan a José Gregorio Castillo (P) a El Paso, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados desde el 7 de julio, con un tirón en la corva derecha.

Los Medias Blancas sacan a Avisail García (OF) de la lista de incapacitados y vuelven a colocarlo en el roster activo.

20 de julio
Los Orioles incluyen en el roster de 40 a Renato Núñez (IF/OF) y lo suben desde el Norfolk, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Cerveceros ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Manuel Piña (C) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

19 de julio
Los Orioles asignan a Breyvic Valera (IF-OF) al Norfolk, la sucursal del equipo en Triple A.

Los Orioles adquieren a Breyvic Valera (IF-OF) junto a Yusniel Díaz (OF), Rylan Bannon (OF), Dean Kremer (P) y Zach Pop (P) por Manny Machado (3B-SS).

18 de julio
Los Cerveceros asignan a Manuel Piña (C) al Wisconsin, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A media, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Fue víctima de un tirón muscular en el bíceps izquierdo y es elegible para volver a la acción desde el 17 de julio

Los Rays sacan a José Alvarado (P) de la lista de ausencias por emergencias médicas familiares y lo colocan nuevamente en el roster activo.

Los Rays ponen a Wilson Ramos (C) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en una corva. El movimiento es retroactivo al 15 de julio. Ramos es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 25 de julio.

16 de julio
Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Carlos Pérez (C) en las Ligas Menores y lo sacan de la lista de incapacitados. A continuación, lo asignan al Round Rock, la sucursal del equipo en Triple A.

15 de julio
Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la novena vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Medias Blancas pasan exitosamente por waivers a Bruce Rondón (P) y lo asignan al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Rondón decide no aceptar la asignación y se declara agente libre.

Los Medias Rojas ponen a Eduardo Rodríguez (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un esguince en el tobillo derecho. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 25 de julio.

14 de julio
Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Martín Pérez (P) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Piratas ponen a Francisco Cervelli (C) en la lista de incapacitados de 7 días, nuevamente con síntomas del síndrome de post conmoción cerebral. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 24 de julio.

Los Cerveceros ponen a Junior Guerra (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con rigidez en el antebrazo derecho. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 24 de julio.

13 de julio
Los Rays sacan a Yusmeiro Petit (P) del roster activo y lo ponen en la lista de ausencias por emergencias médicas familiares.

Los Rockies ponen a Antonio Senzatela (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una ampolla en la mano derecha. El movimiento es retroactivo al 10 de julio, por lo que es elegible para volver a la acción luego del 20 de julio, al terminar la pausa del Juego de Estrellas.

Los Medias Blancas pasan exitosamente por waivers a Bruce Rondón (P) y lo asignan al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que lo envían a las Menores en esta temporada.

12 de julio
Los Mellizos sacan de la lista de incapacitados a Ehire Adrianza (IF) y lo colocan nuevamente en el roster activo.

Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la séptima vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

10 de julio
Los Medias Rojas envían a William Cuevas (P) al Pawtucket, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es bajado por Boston a su principal filial.

Los Marineros ponen a Félix Hernández (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con rigidez muscular en la parte baja de la espalda, en un movimiento retroactivo al 8 de julio. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 18 de julio.

Los Medias Blancas ponen a Avisail García (OF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en el tendón de la corva, en un movimiento retroactivo al 9 de julio. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 19 de julio.

8 de julio
Los Medias Rojas suben a William Cuevas (P) desde el Pawtucket, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Piratas ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Francisco Cervelli (C) en el Altoona, su sucursal en Doble A, y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Tigres pasan exitosamente por waivers a Dixon Machado (IF) y lo asignan al Toledo, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que lo envían a las Menores en esta temporada.

Los Cerveceros ponen a Manuel Piña (C) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón muscular en el bíceps izquierdo, en un movimiento retroactivo al 7 de julio. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 17 de julio.

7 de julio
Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la sexta vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Padres ponen a José Gregorio Castillo (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en el tendón de la corva derecha. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 17 de julio.

6 de julio
Los Orioles ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Luis Sardiñas (IF) en las Ligas Menores y lo sacan de la lista de incapacitados. A continuación, lo asignan al Norfolk, la sucursal del equipo en Triple A.

Los Indios ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Carlos Carrasco (P) en el Akron, su sucursal en Doble A, y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Filis sacan a Edubray Ramos (P) de la lista de incapacitados y lo incluyen nuevamente en el roster activo.

5 de julio
Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la sexta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Piratas asignan a Francisco Cervelli (C) al Altoona, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está en la lista de incapacitados del 22 de junio, con síntomas del síndrome de post conmoción cerebral.

Los Rangers asignan a Carlos Pérez (C) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rangers asignan a Martín Pérez (C) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rangers suben a Ricardo Rodríguez (P) desde el Round Rock, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo incluyen en el roster de Grandes Ligas esta temporada, aunque la primera vez solamente estuvo en la lista de incapacitados

Los Marlins ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Martín Prado (3B) en el Jupiter, su sucursal en Clase A avanzada, y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Tigres sacan del roster de 40 a Dixon Machado (2B) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Detroit tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Es la primera vez que esto le ocurre a Machado en su carrera.

Los Mellizos envían a Gabriel Moya (P) al Rochester, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es bajado a las Menores en esta temporada.

4 de julio
Los Medias Rojas dejan en libertad a Ramón Flores (OF), que se encontraba con el Pawtucket, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, fuera de roster de 40.

Los Yanquis ponen a Gleyber Torres (2B) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón muscular en la cadera. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 14 de julio.

Los Rays transfieren a Wilmer Font (P) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, liberando así un cupo en el roster de 40. Font, que tiene una lesión en el costado, ahora es elegible para regresar a la acción el 30 de agosto.

Los Medias Rojas envían a William Cuevas (P) al Pawtucket, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez esta temporada que es devuelto por Boston a su principal filial.

3 de julio
Los Mellizos suben a Gabriel Moya (P) desde el Rochester, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman desde las Menores y la segunda vez que ocupa un lugar en el roster activo de Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Atléticos envían a Franklin Barreto (SS) al Nashville, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez esta temporada que es bajado a las Menores.

Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la octava vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

Los Rockies suben a Antonio Senzatela (P) desde el Albuquerque, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman desde las Menores y la segunda vez que ocupa un lugar en el roster activo de Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

2 de julio
Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la quinta vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Piratas envían a José Osuna (IF/OF) al Indianapolis, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Mellizos ponen a Ehire Adrianza (IF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una lesión en una corva. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 13 de julio.

Los Medias Rojas incluyen en el roster de 40 a William Cuevas (P) y lo suben desde el Pawtucket, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

1° de julio
Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la quinta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Padres suben a Carlos Asuaje (2B) desde El Paso, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez esta temporada que es incluido en el roster activo de las Grandes Ligas.

Los Piratas pasan a Francisco Cervelli (C) de la lista de incapacitados de 7 días a la de 10 días, con síntomas del síndrome de post conmoción cerebral. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 3 de julio.

Los Tigres transfieren a Miguel Cabrera (1B) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, liberando así un cupo en el roster de 40. Cabrera está fuera de acción por el resto de la temporada.

30 de junio
Los Rays ponen a Wilmer Font (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una lesión en el costado. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 9 de julio.

Los Marlins suben a Pablo López (P) desde el New Orleans, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

Los Indios asignan a Carlos Carrasco (P) al Akron, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rangers asignan a Martín Pérez (P) al Frisco, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

28 de junio
Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la octava vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Rangers asignan a Carlos Pérez (C) al Frisco, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física. Se encuentra en la lista de incapacitados desde el 16 de junio, por un esguince en el tobillo derecho, y es elegible para ser reactivado en las Grandes Ligas en cualquier momento.

Los Bravos ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Ronald Acuña Jr. (OF) en el Gwinnett, su principal sucursal en las Menores, y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Mellizos firman a Juan Graterol (C) con un contrato de Ligas Menores.

27 de junio
Los Marlins asignan a Martín Prado (3B) al Jupiter, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física. Está fuera desde el 26 de mayo por una lesión en la corva.

26 de junio
Los Piratas suben a José Osuna (OF) desde el Indianapolis, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Mets envían a Luis Guillorme (IF) a Las Vegas, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez en esta temporada que Guillorme es devuelto por Nueva York a su principal filial.

25 de junio
Los Filis ponen a Edubray Ramos (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una lesión en el hombro derecho. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 4 de julio.

Los Orioles transfieren a Luis Sardiñas (SS) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, liberando así un cupo en el roster de 40. Sardiñas ahora es elegible para regresar a la acción el 30 de junio.

Los Rangers asignan a Martín Pérez (P) al Hickory, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física.

24 de junio
Los Ángeles pasan por waivers a Juan Graterol (C) y no es tomado por otro equipo. A continuación, anuncian que han decidido dejarlo en libertad. El receptor se encontraba en el Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, y fue puesto en asignación el 19 de junio, luego de ser sacado del roster de 40. Este año estuvo en las Mayores entre el Día Inaugural y el 4 de abril, y nuevamente entre el 4 y el 8 de mayo, antes de ser reasignado a las Menores.

23 de junio
Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la séptima vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

22 de junio
Los Piratas ponen a Francisco Cervelli (C) en la lista de incapacitados de 7 días, con síntomas del síndrome de post conmoción cerebral. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 29 de junio.

Los Bravos asignan a Ronald Acuña Jr. (OF) al Gwinett, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para iniciar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Medias Blancas ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Avisail García (OF) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

21 de junio
Los Medias Blancas envían a José Rondón (IF) al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es reasignado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Rangers envían a Ricardo Rodríguez (P) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es reasignado a las Menores esta temporada.

19 de junio
Los Ángeles retiran a Juan Graterol (C) del roster de 40 y lo ponen en la lista de asignación. Anaheim tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Graterol se encontraba en las Menores con el Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Dodgers envían a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) al Oklahoma City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez que es bajado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Rangers envían a Yohander Méndez (P) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Cardenales retiran a José Alberto Martínez (OF) de la lista de ausencias por paternidad, luego de cinco días y tres juegos, y lo reinstalan en el roster activo.

18 de junio
Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Elvis Andrus (SS) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Rangers suben a Ricardo Rodríguez (P) desde el Round Rock, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo incluyen en el roster de Grandes Ligas esta temporada, pero la primera vez solamente estuvo en la lista de incapacitados.

17 de junio
Los Indios ponen a Carlos Carrasco (P) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una contusión en el codo derecho. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 27 de junio.

16 de junio
Los Rangers asignan a Elvis Andrus (SS) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rangers ponen a Carlos Pérez (C) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un esguince en el tobillo derecho. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 26 de junio.

Los Rangers sacan a Robinson Chirinos (C) de la lista de suspendidos.

Los Atléticos suben a Franklin Barreto (2B/SS) desde el Nashville, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

15 de junio
Los Rangers ponen a Robinson Chirinos (C) en la lista de suspendidos. Debe cumplir castigo durante un juego.

Los Mets ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Wilmer Flores (IF) en las Menores y lo reactivan desde la lista de incapacitados.

Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la séptima vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Medias Blancas sacan del roster de 40 a Gregory Infante (P) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. De inmediato, lo pasan por waivers y no es tomado por otro equipo. Lo reasignan al Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Infante había sido sacado del roster activo y bajado a las Menores el 28 de abril.

Los Cardenales colocan a José Alberto Martínez (OF) en la lista de ausencias por paternidad. Podrá estar allí hasta tres días, como máximo, antes de ser reactivado o de ser movido a otra lista que permita una ausencia más prolongada.

Los Rangers suben a Yohander Méndez (P) desde el Round Rock, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Rangers transfieren a Martín Pérez (P) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, liberando así un cupo en el roster de 40. Pérez ahora es elegible para regresar a la acción el 29 de junio.

14 de junio
Los Mellizos pasan exitosamente por waivers a Gregorio Petit (IF) y lo asignan al Rochester, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que lo devuelven a las Menores en esta temporada.

Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

13 de junio
Los Tigres ponen a Miguel Cabrera (1B) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con una rotura del ligamento del bíceps del brazo izquierdo. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 23 de junio, pero no jugará hasta la próxima temporada.

Los Mets pasan exitosamente por waivers a José Lobatón (C) y lo asignan a Las Vegas, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que lo devuelven a las Menores en esta temporada.

12 de junio
Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la sexta vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

Los Nacionales envían a Adrián Sánchez (IF) al Syracuse, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es devuelto por Washington a las Menores.

Los Medias Blancas asignan a Avisail García (OF) al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física. Se encuentra en la lista de incapacitados desde el 24 de abril.

Los Mets sacan del roster de 40 a José Lobatón (C) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Nueva York tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que acuden a este mecanismo con el receptor.

11 de junio
Los Rangers asignan a Elvis Andrus (SS) al Frisco, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física. Se encuentra en la lista de incapacitados desde el 13 de abril y el 2 de mayo fue movido a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días. Cumple este 11 de junio ese lapso fuera y es elegible para ser reactivado en las Grandes Ligas en cualquier momento, a partir del 12.

10 de junio
Los Rockies retiran a Jairo Díaz (P) del roster de 40 y lo ponen en la lista de asignación. Colorado tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Se encontraba lanzando en las Menores.

9 de junio
Los Yanquis suben a Ronald Torreyes (IF) desde el Scranton-Wilkes/Barre, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que es incluido en el roster de Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

8 de junio
Los Gigantes anuncian que Grégor Blanco (OF) ha sido dejado en libertad por el Sacramento, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. A continuación, renegocian con él y lo firman con un contrato de Ligas Menores, asignándolo otra vez al Sacramento.
El jugador estuvo en el lineup de los Rivercats este viernes. El 2 de junio había sido puesto en asignación y el 5 de junio pasó por waivers, sin ser tomado, tras lo cual había sido enviado a Triple A.

6 de junio
Los Medias Blancas sacan del roster de 40 a Alfredo González (C) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. De inmediato, lo pasan por waivers y no es tomado por otro equipo. Lo reasignan al Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. El receptor había sido sacado del roster activo y bajado a las Menores, a comienzos de semana.

5 de junio
Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la sexta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Marineros firman a Williams Pérez (P) con un contrato de Ligas Menores.

Los Gigantes pasan por waivers a Grégor Blanco (OF) sin que sea tomado por otro equipo. A continuación, envían al Sacramento, la sucursal Triple A de la organización

3 de junio
Los Bravos sacan del roster de 40 a Miguel Socolovich (P) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. De inmediato, deciden pasarlo por waivers y no es tomado por otro equipo. Le comunican su decisión de reasignarlo al Gwinett, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. El pitcher no ejerce su derecho de declararse agente libre y acepta la decisión. Es la tercera vez esta temporada que es bajado a las Menores a través de este procedimiento.

2 de junio
Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Carlos Tocci (OF) en las Ligas Menores y lo sacan de la lista de incapacitados.

Los Medias Blancas pasan exitosamente por waivers a Ricardo Pinto (P) y lo asignan al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Padres suben a José Gregorio Castillo (P) desde El Paso, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

Los Gigantes retiran a Grégor Blanco (OF) del roster y lo ponen en la lista de asignación. San Francisco tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad.

1° de junio
Los Mets incluyen en el roster de 40 a José Lobatón (C) y lo suben desde Las Vegas, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que es llamado a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Atléticos envían a Franklin Barreto (SS) al Nashville, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es bajado a las Menores.

Los Tigres sacan a Miguel Cabrera (C) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días y lo reinstalan en el roster activo, sin necesidad de cumplir rehabilitación en las Menores.

31 de mayo
Los Bravos incluyen a Miguel Socolovich (P) en el roster de 40 y lo suben desde el Gwinnet, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Orioles asignan a Luis Sardiñas (P) al Norfolk, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para iniciar allí con su rehabilitación física.

30 de mayo
Los Cerveceros suben a Orlando Arcia (SS) desde el Colorado Springs, la sucursal Triple A de la organización.

29 de mayo
Los Dodgers suben a Breyvic Valera (P) desde el Oklahoma City, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la cuarta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Rays asignan a Yonny Chirinos (P) al Durham, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí con su rehabilitación física.

Los Bravos ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Aníbal Sánchez (P) en las Ligas Menores y lo sacan de la lista de incapacitados.

Los Rangers ponen fin al período de rehabilitación de Ricardo Rodríguez (P) en las Ligas Menores y lo sacan de la lista de incapacitados. A continuación, lo asignan al Round Rock, la sucursal del equipo en Triple A.

28 de mayo
Los Mets ponen a Wilmer Flores (IF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con molestias en la parte baja de la espalda. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 7 de junio.

Los Bravos ponen a Ronald Acuña (OF) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un esguince en el ligamento cruzado anterior de la rodilla izquierda y una contusión en la cadera. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 7 de junio.

Los Medias Blancas retiran a Ricardo Pinto (P) del roster de 40 y lo ponen en la lista de asignación. Chicago tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad. Se encontraba lanzando en las Menores.

26 de mayo
Los Rays activan a Wilmer Font (P).

Los Marlins ponen a Martín Prado (3B) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en la corva izquierda. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 5 de junio.

Los Piratas envían a José Osuna (IF/OF) al Indianapolis, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Yanquis envían a Ronald Torreyes (IF) al Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

25 de mayo
Los Cerveceros envían a Orlando Arcia (SS) al Colorado Springs, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Rays adquieren a Wilmer Font (P) de los Atléticos, a cambio de Peter Bayer (P).

Los Piratas firman a Daniel Angulo (C) con un contrato de Ligas Menores.

24 de mayo
Los Rangers asignan a Carlos Tocci (OF) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rays asignan a Yonny Chirinos (P) al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Clase A avanzada, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Rojos firman a Alejandro Chacín (P) con un contrato de Ligas Menores. Aún no anuncian a qué categoría será asignado.

Los Medias Blancas incluyen a Alfredo González (C) en el roster de 40 y lo suben desde el Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada.

23 de mayo
Los Atléticos suben a Franklin Barreto (2B/SS) desde el Nashville, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Atléticos retiran a Wilmer Font (P) del roster activo y lo ponen en la lista de asignación. Oakland tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad.

21 de mayo
Los Padres envían a Carlos Asuaje (2B) a El Paso, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Mets pasan exitosamente por waivers a José Lobatón (C) y lo asignan a Las Vegas, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Bravos asignan a Aníbal Sánchez (P) al Gwinett, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física.

20 de mayo
Los Ángeles suben a José Briceño (C) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

Los Medias Blancas suben a José Rondón (P) desde el Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

19 de mayo
Los Mets sacan del roster de 40 a José Lobatón (C) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Nueva York tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad.

Los Nacionales suben a Adrián Sánchez (IF) desde el Syracuse, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la quinta vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

18 de mayo
Los Mets firman a Ezequiel Carrera (P) con un contrato de Ligas Menores y lo asignan a Las Vegas, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

17 de mayo
Los Bravos dejan en libertad a Ezequiel Carrera (P), quien se encontraba en el Gwinett, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

16 de mayo
Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la quinta vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

15 de mayo
Los Padres suben a Carlos Asuaje (2B) desde El Paso, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Pudo ser llamado antes de transcurrir 10 días de su descenso debido a una lesión en el equipo grande.

Los Orioles pasan exitosamente por waivers a Renato Núñez (IF-OF) y lo asignan al Norfolk, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

14 de mayo
Los Medias Blancas envían a José Rondón (IF) al Charlotte, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Rangers asignan a Carlos Tocci (OF) al Frisco, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Padres envían a Carlos Asuaje (2B) a El Paso, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es enviado a las Menores esta temporada.

13 de mayo
Los Rangers envían a Yohander Méndez (P) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Orioles envían a Anthony Santander (OF) al Norfolk, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la primera vez que es bajado a las Menores esta temporada.

11 de mayo
Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la tercera vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Rangers sacan a Rougned Odor (2B) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una lesión en la corva izquierda, ponen fin a su reahabilitación y lo colocan en el roster activo.

Los Rangers sacan del roster de 40 a Renato Núñez (IF/OF) y lo colocan en la lista de asignación. Texas tiene ahora siete días, como máximo, para cambiarlo, pasarlo por waivers o dejarlo en libertad.

10 de mayo
Los Marlins sacan a Eliéser Hernández (P) de la lista de incapacitados, recuperado de una lesión en un dedo, ponen fin a su reahabilitación y lo colocan en el roster activo por primera vez en su carrera en las Grandes Ligas.

9 de mayo
Los Rangers asignan a Ricardo Rodríguez (P) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Mets suben a Luis Guillorme (IF) desde Las Vegas, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas en esta temporada y en toda su carrera.

8 de mayo
Los Diamondbacks suben a Silvino Bracho (P) desde el Reno, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Orioles envían a Engelb Vielma (IF) al Norfolk, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez esta temporada que es devuelto a las Menores.

Los Ángeles envían a Juan Graterol (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Rangers asignan a Rougned Odor (2B) al Round Rock, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A, para continuar allí su rehabilitación física.

Los Piratas suben a José Osuna (OF) desde el Indianapolis, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la segunda vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

7 de mayo
Los Dodgers envían a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) al Oklahoma City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es bajado a las Menores esta temporada.

6 de mayo
Los Ángeles envían a Eduardo Paredes (P) al Salt Lake, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la cuarta vez esta temporada que Paredes es devuelto por Anaheim a su principal filial.

5 de mayo
Los Medias Blancas suben a José Rondón (P) desde el Charlotte, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Nacionales envían a Adrián Sánchez (IF) al Syracuse, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Medias Rojas retiran a Eduardo Rodríguez (P) de la lista de ausencias por motivos médicos familiares y lo ponen de nuevo en el roster activo.

Los Rangers asignan a Rougned Odor (2B) al Frisco, la sucursal de la organización en Doble A, para comenzar allí su rehabilitación física.

4 de mayo
Los Diamondbacks envían a Silvino Bracho (P) al Fresno, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A. Es la segunda vez que es devuelto a las Menores esta temporada.

Los Ángeles suben a Juan Graterol (C) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Dodgers suben a Breyvic Valera (P) desde el Oklahoma City, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la tercera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Tigres ponen a Miguel Cabrera (1B) en la lista de incapacitados de 10 días, con un tirón en la corva derecha. Es elegible para volver a la acción a partir del 14 de mayo.

3 de mayo
Los Rockies envían a Antonio Senzatela (P) al Albuquerque, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

Los Rangers suben a Yohander Méndez (P) desde el Round Rock, la sucursal Triple A de la organización. Es la primera vez que lo llaman a las Grandes Ligas esta temporada.

Los Rangers activan a Carlos Pérez (C).

Los Dodgers envían a Breyvic Valera (IF/OF) al Oklahoma City, la sucursal de la organización en Triple A.

2 de mayo
Los Marlins pasan por waivers a Tomás Telis (C) y no es tomado por otro equipo. Lo reasignan al New Orleans, la sucursal Triple A de la organización.

Los Medias Rojas retiran a Eduardo Rodríguez (P) del roster activo y lo ponen en la lista de ausencias por motivos médicos familiares. Puede estar allí de 3 a 7 días como máximo.

Los Rangers transfieren a Elvis Andrus (SS) de la lista de incapacitados de 10 días a la lista de incapacitados de 60 días, liberando así un cupo en el roster de 40. Andrus ahora es elegible para regresar a la acción el 11 de junio.

Los Rangers toman a Carlos Pérez (C) en waivers y lo incluyen en el roster de 40.

1° de mayo
Los Ángeles suben a Eduardo Paredes (P) desde el Salt Lake, la sucursal Triple A de la org
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Today, Andrew Cuomo is expected to win a resounding primary victory in New York. Think about that next time you smear at Republicans who are so enamored of Señor Trumpanzee and who-- with help from the Kremlin-- saddled our country with him. Overall, Cuomo probably isn't as bad as Trump; but when it comes to corruption... the two are in the same category of horrible.

On Tuesday, Aida Chavez reported on another aspect of Cuomo-- his manipulation of Republicans and the Republican wing of the Democratic Party-- in New York, the IDC-- to control the state's legislative process and keep the progressive agenda off his desk. He is notorious for having enabled the IDC, the breakaway group of state Senate Democrats who caucused with the Republican minority to give them control of the chamber in a Democratic state. He finally dissolved the alliance after Cynthia Nixon began her primary campaign against him. "But," wrote Chavez, "his choice to hire numerous staff from across the aisle has gone largely unexamined. Cuomo has repeatedly touted his ability to work across party lines, and judging by the number of Republicans he’s hired for key positions in his administration, he’s right.
“Governor Cuomo slashed school funding in order to pay for tax cuts for the wealthy, and when you look at his staff, you hardly have to wonder why,” Nixon campaign spokesperson Lauren Hitt said in an email to The Intercept. “The Governor has surrounded himself with former top Republican staffers because, at his core, he simply is not a progressive. He’s allowed our subways and other infrastructure to rot, he’s sent out Donald Trump style campaign mailers to divide New Yorkers along religious lines, and-- working with the IDC-- he’s blocked critical progressive legislation like Medicare for All.”
Democratic voters don't know what to make of this, especially with familiar big names from corporatist status quo Democrats like Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand backing him.

And, tragically, Cuomo and New York aren't the only blue states where these kinds of shenanigans go on to thwart the progressive vision. When Kevin de León passed a Medicare-for-All type bill in the state Senate last year, Governor Brown call his lackey, Assembly Speaker, Anthony Rendon, and said he doesn't want to see that bill landing on his desk. He never did. California has a Democratic governor and an overwhelmingly Democratic legislature. The Assembly has 80 members-- 55 Democrats and 25 Republicans. The state Senate has 40 members-- 26 Democrats and 14 Republicans. Sounds like a dream come true, right? But California is plagued with corrupt corporate Democrats in the legislature and what is called the "mod squad," every bit as bad as New York's IDC. Corrupt right-of-center fake Democrats like Adam Gray (Merced), Jim Cooper (Elk Grove), Rudy Salas (Bakersfield), Mike Gipson (Carson), Tony Thurmond (Richmond), Henry Perea (Fresno) and Tom Daly (Anaheim). They are the equivalent of the New Dems in national politics. And corporations-- like Chevron-- and wealthy Republicans finance them, just the way wealthy Republicans have been financing conservative Democrats against progressives in congressional primaries this cycle.

Gordon Getty and Gavin 

A few years ago-- the last time Gavin Newsom was running for governor-- he called a meeting of Los Angeles political bloggers. He was slick and effective-- and he knew more about every topic that was brought up than anyone in the room. I would say that everyone in the room came away a Newsom supporter but one... me. To me he was an entitled corporate shill, a smart one by a venal one. A few days ago, the L.A. Times did an exhaustive follow-the-money piece on Newsom, How eight elite San Francisco families funded Gavin Newsom’s political ascent. They should have run it during the primary season, not now when we're stuck with no choice but to vote for him (or not vote). "Gavin Newsom," wrote the Times' team, "wasn’t born rich, but he was born connected-- and those alliances have paid handsome dividends throughout his career. A coterie of San Francisco’s wealthiest families has backed him at every step of his political rise, which in November could lead next to his election as governor of California. San Francisco society’s 'first families'-- whose names grace museum galleries, charity ball invitations and hospital wards-- settled on Newsom, 50, as their favored candidate two decades ago, said Willie Brown, former state Assembly speaker and former mayor of the city. 'He came from their world, and that’s why they embraced him without hesitancy and over and above everybody else,' said Brown, who is a mentor to Newsom. 'They didn’t need to interview him. They knew what he stood for.'” Like, for example, the billionaire Getty family. "Newsom was at the center of the social scene led by the younger generation of San Francisco’s wealthy families. Those relationships would form the foundation of his life in politics. 'These kids had all grown up together, or played sports or gone to school together or later dated,' said Catherine Bigelow, a longtime San Francisco society writer."

A Times review of campaign finance records identified eight of San Francisco’s best-known families as being among Newsom’s most loyal and long-term contributors. Among those patrons are the Gettys, the Pritzkers and the Fishers, whose families made their respective fortunes in oil, hotels and fashion. They first backed him when he was a restaurateur and winery owner running for a seat on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 1998, and have continued their support through the governor’s race.

They are not Newsom’s largest donors: The families in total have given about $2 million of the $61 million that donors have contributed to his campaigns and independent committees backing those bids. But they gave while he was a relative unknown, providing crucial support to a political newcomer in the years before his campaign accounts piled high with cash from labor unions, Hollywood honchos, tech billionaires and donors up and down the state.

Now the families appear poised to see their investments pay off.

These donors are mostly liberal, inspired by Newsom’s history as an early supporter of progressive causes, including same-sex marriage as San Francisco mayor in 2004. But some are Republicans, including President Trump’s new ambassador to Austria, who are drawn by Newsom’s background as a small businessman.

...Gordon and Ann Getty viewed him as a son, according to interviews the couple gave to the San Francisco Chronicle and W Magazine, and they provided him with experiences his parents could not afford, including an African safari when he was a teen, Newsom said in an earlier interview with The Times.

“It all goes back to the Gettys as far as Gavin is concerned,” said Jerry Roberts, former managing editor of the San Francisco Chronicle and an expert on Bay Area politics.

In addition to helping fund Newsom’s early business ventures, the family has been a mainstay as he pursued his political ambitions. Eighteen Gettys-- including Gordon, Ann and actor Balthazar Getty-- have collectively donated more than a half-million dollars to Newsom’s nine campaigns, starting with a total of $750 to his 1998 campaign for supervisor. Members of the family have spent more than $362,000 supporting his current gubernatorial bid.
Others who have bankrolled Newsom right from the beginning include Doris Fisher, the billionaire founder of the Gap, George Marcus, billionaire founder of Marcus & Millichap, one of the largest real estate companies in the country, the Pritzker family, descendants of the founders of the Hyatt Hotel chain and the Swig family, which owns the iconic Fairmont Hotel on Nob Hill (now a worldwide chain).


Newsom defeated an actual progressive, Supervisor Matt Gonzalez, to win the mayoralty. Newsom grabbed onto safe, showy social issues to try to claim progressivism-- like backing marriage equality. It worked.
“These are families that have been around for a long time. They’ve been very dedicated to supporting culture, supporting social causes and also putting their money where their mouths are, and keeping their businesses in San Francisco through the good times and the bad times,” Swig said.“There are guys in Washington who make fun of San Francisco values, but really San Francisco values are those that find their core in the families that have been around 75 to 150 years, who have supported everything… good about San Francisco-- social, political and business. And Gavin recognizes that, appreciates that and respects that.”

Susie Tompkins Buell, the co-founder of clothing brand Esprit and outdoor retailer North Face, remembered Newsom as a young man.

“He was the boy about town. Everybody wanted to date him,” she said, recalling that one of her daughters was in a relationship with Newsom in the 1990s. “He was the smartest, the best-looking. He went through a cocky stage, and then an arrogant stage. Now he’s in a total serving stage. He paid his dues, I’ll tell you.”

Tompkins Buell said that while she always believed Newsom was charismatic and bright, she watched him mature as an elected official, husband and father.

“I’ve known him socially for a long time, but then when he was mayor, I observed a very evolving person as he handled his problems and grew into his job,” she said.

Tompkins Buell and her family have contributed more than $110,000 to Newsom’s political endeavors over the years, appreciative of his environmental and social policies, such as his efforts to redirect the city’s cash payments to San Francisco’s homeless to housing and services.

“I’ve watched him closely and I was very, very impressed by the quality of his visceral understanding of the problems we have,” she said.

Tompkins Buell is a confidante of Hillary Clinton who has spent millions of dollars backing Democratic candidates and causes. But Newsom’s support among San Francisco’s elite crosses party lines.

“We’re one of the few long-term, old-school Republican families in the city. This says a lot about Gavin, that he gets our votes, too, because we’re looking at 80 years of Republicanism,” said filmmaker Todd Traina, son of the late shipping magnate John Traina and philanthropist Dede Buchanan Wilsey. His brother Trevor, also a Newsom donor, is Trump’s ambassador to Austria.

Altogether, 10 members of the Traina family have given more than a quarter-million dollars to Newsom’s campaigns.

A blended family of Democrats and Republicans-- who come together to fund Gavin Newsom.

“We all separately backed him and we never internally talked about it,” Traina said, noting that he appreciated Newsom adding a businessman’s perspective to the county Board of Supervisors. “It wasn’t that we said we were making a family decision. It was more that we just all agreed that we liked him and we liked what he stood for.”

He added that his ties to Newsom go back to their time as teenagers, when Newsom attended Redwood High School in Marin County and Traina attended University High School in San Francisco.

“We were sports rivals and we had the same group of friends, and he just really had a winning personality and was very likable,” Traina said. “He was very similar to the way he is now-- spunky, bright, charming, he lit up a room. I wouldn’t have known at the time he had a definite interest in politics, but he has always had the same personality.”

The Traina family roots go back to shipping magnate John Traina, who was married to Dede Buchanan and then romance novelist Danielle Steel. Buchanan, whose great-grandfather founded Dow Chemical, later married real estate magnate Alfred Wilsey. She remains a major philanthropic force in the city, notably raising more than $200 million to rebuild the earthquake-damaged De Young Museum.

Richard Guggenhime, a prominent San Francisco attorney who provides financial advice to wealthy families, has spent four decades working for various civic boards. Currently on the city’s airport commission, a position to which Newsom first appointed him, Guggenhime has given Newsom more than $30,000 in his bid to become governor. In 1998, his wife, Judy, now chairwoman of the San Francisco General Hospital foundation board, gave Newsom $250 to help kickstart his supervisor campaign.

Richard Guggenhime did not respond to a request for comment.

Roberts, the Chronicle’s former managing editor, said the role of San Francisco’s most prominent families in public life has shifted over the years. They have largely stopped seeking public seats, but still try to control the levers of power.

The longtime support for Newsom underscores that point.

“They phased out of any public visibility. But behind the scenes, they were still the ruling class,” Roberts said.


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          Grip on Sports: A day with another WNBA title and another Mariner season of tilting at windmills      Cache   Translate Page      

A GRIP ON SPORTS • Wednesday was about winning. And losing. And about the past and the future. Read on.

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• The winning yesterday came from the most successful professional franchise in the Northwest these days, the Seattle Storm. They picked up their third WNBA title – all while Sue Bird has been with the team – with a 98-82 win over the host Washington Mystics.

The title joined those won by Bird and her teammates in 2004 and 2010. The supporting cast has been different – Australian Lauren Jackson was the inside presence then, MVP Breanna Stewart was this season – but Bird has been the constant. Her court presence and will to win gives the Storm an identity and purpose, even when things get tough.

That didn’t happen all that often last night, or in the series, but when they did, Bird made big play after big play. 

And Seattle has another title.

• The losing came from Safeco, as it often has this century. The M’s gave away another game to the San Diego Padres as the second-half slide reached some sort of nadir. At least the two-game sweep at home to the National League West’s last-place team killed all hope of making the playoffs.

The problem is, as the Times’ Larry Stone explains here, there is little hope for the future either. The second-half M’s are more than likely the team we will see in 2019 and beyond.

Ugh. The payroll is an issue, as expensive contracts for under-performers Felix Hernandez, Robinson Cano, Kyle Seager and Juan Nicasio are still in play next season. Nelson Cruz is a free agent. A 38-year-old free agent whose bat cooled in the second half. Yes, there is a core, but the augmenting that core while it is still in Seattle may prove difficult for Jerry Dipoto.

Throw in the ascendance of Oakland – again – and the possible improvement of other American League teams who took this season to rebuild, and the future has a black lining. This year was an opportunity lost. It may have been the last for a while.

• Ryan Leaf holds a special place in the heart of Cougar fans. The quarterback that led them to the Rose Bowl for the first time in almost a century will never lose that spot.

Though he came close. Leaf’s troubles have been well documented. They have strained his connections with the area. And they just may be behind him, finally. 

He spoke with Theo Lawson this week about a wide range of subjects and Theo decided to present the responses in a question-and-answer form.

• America has always been the land of opportunity. Half of my family traveled here two generations ago, trying to find a life they couldn't have in Italy. They found it. And they passed on the opportunity to their offspring. What a gift.

Our Ryan Collingwood describes a similar journey and the same gift Batala Webster gave her family more than 20 years ago when she immigrated to the U.S. from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. 

It’s a football story, sure, as Ksimba and brother Nzuzi play for Eastern Washington. But it’s more than that. It is a story of hope, hard work and opportunity. It is, in a sense, a story of the foundations of this country.

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WSU: There is the Leaf Q&A to pass along this morning as well as Theo’s Q&A with the readers. The transcript of his weekly chat, in which he is the one answering questions, is available. … I have a question. How can anyone pick Texas to beat USC? C’mon. … Theo drove up from Pullman yesterday to visit the Spokane Interstate Fair, which is not an unusual occurrence around these parts. He was, along with Sam Adams and Larry Weir, the one on display, though. They got together for the latest Press Box pod. … The Times has a Gardner Minshew piece. … I don’t know how I missed this, but Sports Illustrated’s Greg Bishop spent the weekend with the Hilinski family in Pullman. … UPDATE: This Daily Evergreen story about a WSU investigation into actions by Jason Gesser broke late, but we pass it on now.

Elsewhere in the Pac-12, who is going to win this week? … Washington’s Jake Haener has already won. So has Ty Jones, who is making newsall over. … Oregon State would like to raise its sack count. … There are some connections between Oregon and San Jose State. … Stanford just seems to churn out tight ends. … There is little to connect California and Idaho State. … Colorado is gaining confidence everywhere. … Utah isn’t as tough at home as one might think. … A freshman quarterback has to grow into the role, even for USC. … Is this the last chance for UCLA to pick up a win in Chip Kelly’s first season? … Arizona State is on the road at San Diego State. … Arizona’s 0-2 start is easily explained by the numbers. … In basketball news, Washington’s nonconference schedule is done.

Gonzaga: This year's unicorn, transfer-to-be Geno Crandall, told a podcast recently he will be enrolling at GU in a couple weeks. Jim Meehan explains the mechanics of how that might work in this story

EWU: With another matchup with Washington State looming, Ryan has his story about the Webster brothers. … An Eastern golfer was honored by the conference. … Around the Big Sky, Montana State coach Jeff Choate is recovering from emergency surgery. … There were some tough memories for Southern Utah last week. … Northern Arizona may have Case Cookus back this week. … Idaho State has another Pac-12 challenge ahead. … UC Davis may have received a bit of a break from Stanford. … It’s time for Portland State to start winning. … In basketball news, Southern Utah is rebuilding with transfers.

CCS: The volleyball and women’s soccer teams each picked up wins yesterday.

Preps: It was a quiet Wednesday in high school sports, but we do have roundups of soccer and cross country action.

Seahawks: You have questions? Here are some answers.

Mariners: Not only did the M’s lose last night, their last nine hitters all struck out. Nine. Wave the white flags. I have this vision of the team huddle breaking up with a “Cancun” cheer, as in where they will spend their offseason. … Yes, the Mariners are making us sick. James Paxton too. 

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• My cat taught me a valuable life lesson this morning. The key to happiness is finding your place in the sun and lying in it as long as you can. Until later … 


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          The Evolution of the Master-Planned Community      Cache   Translate Page      
It wasn’t too long ago when the typical master-planned community was mostly a collection of separate subdivisions selling under a shared branded location, with some homes wrapped around a golf course or a water feature in order to offer views (and premiums).

If there was a retail component, it was generally located on the periphery, requiring residents on various cul-de-sacs to drive for even the shortest errand.  When people went out for walks, it was generally along paved sidewalks adjacent to neighborhood streets, and did little to encourage interaction among the residents.

Today, however, the typical master-planned community developer has replaced the golf course with open space and trails, created nostalgic town centers within walking distance of each home, and started producing regular events in order to foster more interaction among those who live there.

Somewhat ironically, it was the Great Recession, the housing bust and recovery which allowed many developers the luxury of time to re-think what a modern master-planned community could be. This time period also coincided with the aging of the millennial generation into their household-forming years, with many of them opting for novel and creative experiences, versus simply demanding more living space and a higher bedroom count.

Consequently, today’s most successful master plans focus on promoting a unique sense of place, with the actual living space sometimes almost viewed as a secondary consideration.

Another major change was greater product segmentation, with a few traditional single-family subdivisions of various home and lot sizes giving way to higher-density, single-family and multi-family options, both for younger residents as well as downsizing seniors wanting to live close to family and friends.  In some cases, today’s build-to-rent homes will eventually be converted for sale at the appropriate time, thus encouraging new renters to start developing local roots now instead of later.

Yet when bumping up against unyielding costs for land and improvements, developing an experiential community with ample open space alongside a wide mix of products creates its own mix of challenges to the bottom line.

Explains Tom Martin, Senior VP, Community Development of Newport Pacific Land Company, “I would say that our focus is not only on good place making and planning, but also on innovative products such as homes on small lots, cluster detached homes and townhomes.  This allows us to increase attainability thru density while achieving an acceptable residual to the land.”

In some cases, good place making can incorporate a common theme to be used throughout the community.

At the 199-acre Sterling Meadows master plan near Sacramento, CA, developer The True Life Companies chose music as a connector, especially at its 13.7-acre main park.

In addition to interior pathways designed to resemble a treble cleft (essential to reading music), musical notes and symbols are inlaid into the pavement on pathways, in plazas and in water play areas.  Even the community’s street names are tied to music, with the exception of one key street, which is named for a fallen military veteran of the local community.

In other cases, ensuring that the community blends into the surrounding environment is critical.  At the 1,600-acre Tesoro Viejo master plan north of Fresno, CA, views of the nearby Sierra Nevada foothills are given center stage, with one-quarter of the land allocated for natural open space, parks, areas for recreation and miles of trails. For community interaction, a resort-style clubhouse, amphitheater and large event lawn will be able to host a variety of live events.

The tradition-oriented Town Center, modeled after a typical small town’s Main Street, will include new stations for fire and police protection as well as the Welcome Center. Dubbed “The Hub,” the center will include a neighborhood coffee bar, food options and multi-use offices for daily use long after the last home has sold.

For more built-out environments, the challenge is how to transform a large swath of land which will still appear relatively seamless when completed.  In between the downtown area and a 30-acre harbor in Honolulu, HI, Howard Hughes Corp. is re-envisioning a former center for heavy industry and commercial fishing into the environmentally friendly Ward Village.  Here, cars are given a lesser priority than pedestrians, bikes and buses, encouraging a slower pace of life.

When completed, a central plaza with a Farmer’s Market, a future light rail stop, 4,000 residential units and over one million square feet of retail and commercial space – including scores of existing businesses – will allow locals to visit some of their long-favorite haunts in a re-envisioned place.  Others will simply call it home.


          [Men's Water Polo] Five of Six in Action in Week Three      Cache   Translate Page      

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LOS ANGELES - It is already week three of the 2018 collegiate men's water polo season and 15 more games are on the slate for the Golden Coast Conference. Five teams will hit the pool with seventh-ranked UC Santa Barbara playing six of those 15 in a challenging stretch.

2018 GCC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

Speaking of UC Santa Barbara, they went 4-0 last weekend thanks once again to the play of Boris Jovanovic, who has been named GCC Player of the Week for Sept. 13. He repeats from his co-Player of the Week from the opening week thanks to his 16 goals at the Inland Empire Classic. After scoring once in the weekend-opening win over Chapman, the senior driver posted four, five and six goals over his next three outings. Jovanovic now has a team-leading 25 goals just eight games into the year. He also finished with six assists, four steals, and three drawn exclusions.

 

Past Winners:
Sept. 6 - Luke Pavillard (Pacific) & Boris Jovanovic (UCSB)
Sep. 13 - Boris Jovanovic (UCSB)

COMING UP:

Five of the six GCC teams are in action this week with UC Irvine having the off weekend. The seventh-ranked Gauchos will have a serious stretch of games on the week, starting today, Thursday, with a doubleheader home opener. They will face 11th-ranked UC San Diego at noon followed by second-ranked UCLA at 7 pm. They will then join Pacific and San Jose State at the Aggie Roundup hosted by UC Davis. The Gauchos will open the tournament with No, 1 USC followed by a non-conference match-up with the fifth-ranked Pacific Tigers. They will also face Fresno Pacific and Champan. As for the Tigers, they will also face third-ranked Cal and 18th-ranked California Baptist. As for the 17th-ranked Spartans, they face Chapman, the Lancers, 15th-ranked George Washington and Fresno Pacific. Sixth-ranked Long Beach State will play at third-ranked Cal on Sept. 14 while 10th-ranked Pepperdine faces No. 2 UCLA on Sept. 15.


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UCLA beat reporter Thuc Nhi Nguyen answers reader questions about UCLA's matchup against Fresno State, what will come of the offense and the undisclosed injury to Jaelan Phillips.
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UCLA beat reporter Thuc Nhi Nguyen answers reader questions about UCLA's matchup against Fresno State, what will come of the offense and the undisclosed injury to Jaelan Phillips.
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          (USA-CA-Fresno) Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialist (MD or RN),Full Time      Cache   Translate Page      
Why are we the “Employer of first choice”? We provide a world of opportunity for professional growth and personal advancement by making the health and financial security of our employee’s a top priority. We embrace our responsibility to the people who make us the largest private employer in the central San Joaquin Valley by offering comprehensive and affordable medical benefits as part of your employment with CMC. We value giving you a choice in your health coverage by providing three medical plan options. You will also be offered prescription drug, dental and vision coverage, paid time off, flexible spending accounts, life and disability insurance, discounts on many goods and services, and an employer matched Tax Sheltered Annuity Plan (403(b)). Our team members enjoy additional benefits such as: education reimbursement, an employee gym, concierge service, and award winning cuisine. Based in Fresno, California, we are a multi-specialty healthcare system comprised of four hospitals; Community Regional Medical Center, Clovis Community Medical Center, Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital, Community Behavioral Health Center. Additionally, our system includes other health care facilities and a physician residency program in conjunction with the University of California, San Francisco. Our primary service area is 15,000-square-miles, and we're home to the only combined, burn and Level 1 trauma center between Los Angeles and Sacramento. Community Medical Centers is an equal opportunity employer, Affirmative Action employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse staff. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other protected status. If you are looking to make a difference and value a purposeful, lasting career, we provide that in our 120 year old hospital system! For more information on why you should choose Community please click the link:https://www.communitymedical.org/ Facilitates and obtains appropriate physician documentation for any clinical conditions or procedures to support the appropriate severity of illness, expected risk of mortality and complexity of care of the patient. Educates members of the patient care team regarding documentation guidelines. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION: MINIMUM REQUIRED: Associate's degree in Nursing and two to four years clinical experience in acute hospital setting with demonstrated expertise in Med/Surg, OB, Trauma, ICU, and/or CCU. PREFERRED: MD, DO degree from an accredited medical school or bachelor’s degree in Nursing. Prior coding or Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI) program experience. LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS MINIMUM REQUIRED: One of the following: Doctor of Medicine (MD), Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO), or Current CA. Registered Nurse License. PREFERRED: Certified Clinical Documentation Specialist (CCDS) certification through the Association of Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists (ACDIS) or Certified Documentation Improvement Practitioner (CDIP) through American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). Requisition ID: 2018-11258 Facility (Tazworks integration): Community Medical Centers - Corporate Offices (CMC) Updated Date: 9/13/2018 External Company Name: Community Medical Centers of Fresno, CA
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Community Regional Medical Center (CRMC) is looking to add dynamic, talented nursed to our team! + Looking to progress your nursing career and making a positive difference in your community? + Would you like to join a team where your talents will be used to the fullest? CRMC is the flagship hospital of Community Medical Centers – a private, not-for-profit healthcare system based in Fresno, California, and the largest healthcare provider and private employer in central California. We measure up with top hospitals nationally and are the 3rd largest in California. With 685 beds, we are home to the only Level 1 Trauma and comprehensive burn centers between Los Angeles and Sacramento. The 56,000 square-foot emergency department is one of the largest and busiest in the state. We have an 84 bed Level 3 NICU and a brand new pediatric specialty care unit. Future plans include building a women and children’s facility on campus and expanding with 65 additional beds. Our hospital serves 2.5 million people within 9 counties, averaging a daily census of 641 patients. We’re affiliated with UCSF as a teaching facility and have trained 3,000 Medical Doctor’s to date plus remain investing in research and training grants. Job Summary The health and well-being of the Valley’s children is one of our top priorities at Community Medical Centers. We offer a range of family-centered, high-quality pediatric specialty services – from the only Level 1 (highest level) pediatric trauma care and emergency care, to pediatric burn care and our Level 3 neonatal intensive care (NICU).Our goal is to provide care for the ENTIRE family receiving patients from a seven county referral area. The patients receive care for a variety of life-threatening medical and surgical conditions, using a family centered care approach. Nurses in Pediatrics learn the skills necessary to maintain vital functions for these fragile children, while supporting their families through difficult times. Benefits We Offer We provide robust benefit plans with competitive premiums for medical and dental/vision along with retirement plans. Additionally, you will accrue paid time off from your first day of employment. Other Benefits include: Long-term Disability Insurance, Basic Life Insurance, Accidental Death and Dismemberment Coverage, educational and professional certification reimbursement, Employee Assistance Program, Credit Union Membership, Fitness Center, 24 hour Subway, onsite concierge service, and Retirement Planning classes. The role of the clinical nurse is to deliver patient care through assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of patient needs with the highest professional standard while promoting nursing excellence through continued education and research, based on the Title 22 and Title 16, the ANA Scope & Standards of Practice, the Code of Ethics. Education Background + Graduate of approved nursing program. + Bachelors of Science Nursing (BSN) preferred Licensure, Registration, Certification + Current California Registered Nurse License + Current BLS certification + Current PALS certification (must obtain within 6 months of hire) Work Experience + Consistent demonstration of Novice / Advance Beginner clinical nursing practice proficiency Requisition ID: 2018-9029 Facility (Tazworks integration): Community Regional Medical Center (CRMC-NW) Updated Date: 9/13/2018 External Company Name: Community Medical Centers of Fresno, CA External Company URL: https://www.communitymedical.org/
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The perfect blend of exceptional care and comfortable accommodations, Clovis Community Medical Center remains a top choice for women's services, labor and delivery, advanced minimally invasive surgeries, sports medicine, and weight-loss surgery. Home to the Marjorie E. Radin Breast Care Center, California's premier breast care center, we offer screening, diagnostics, and treatments using the most cutting-edge technology available. We're a family-oriented, suburban hospital at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains that's part of the Community Medical Centers healthcare network. Expanded in 2012, Clovis Community has 208 all-private rooms - making Clovis Community the only comprehensive hospital in the area with all-private rooms. Patients can expect excellent care that starts the moment they arrive. Recipient of the 2016 Healthgrades Outstanding Patient Experience Award and voted "People's Choice BEST HOSPITAL" for the past 3 years, Clovis Community is transforming how patients experience healthcare. Whether for inpatient or outpatient care, we're here to provide the best possible experience and the highest quality care for the people we serve. That means we are able to offer a variety of ways for you to grow - both in the way you do your job as a healthcare professional and in the way you live your personal life. If you share our passion for providing the best possible care for each and every patient, you should consider a career with our team at Clovis Community Medical Center. The role of the clinical nurse is to deliver patient care through assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of patient needs with the highest professional standard while promoting nursing excellence through continued education and research, based on the Title 22 and Title 16, the ANA Scope & Standards of Practice, the Code of Ethics. Minimum requirements include: Graduation from an accredited registered nursing program. Current RN license for the state of California and BLS certification. Adult Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification within 6 months of hire or transfer into job. Fetal Monitoring certification must be obtained within 6 months of hire or transfer into job. Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) certification must be obtained within 6 months of hire or transfer into job. Requisition ID: 2018-10834 Facility (Tazworks integration): Clovis Community Medical Center (CCMC) Updated Date: 9/12/2018 External Company Name: Community Medical Centers of Fresno, CA External Company URL: https://www.communitymedical.org/ Street: 2755 Herndon Ave.
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Whether for inpatient or outpatient care, we're here to provide the best possible experience and the highest quality care for the people we serve. That means we are able to offer a variety of ways for you to grow - both in the way you do your job as a healthcare professional and in the way you live your personal life. If you share our passion for providing the best possible care for each and every patient, you should consider a career with our team at Clovis Community Medical Center. Voted "BEST HOSPITAL" 4 years in a row, become a part of the team! The Patient Transported is responsible for providing transport and delivery services within the hospital departments using wheel chairs, gurneys and other appropriate equipment; and for assisting the nursing staff in restocking supplies and maintaining the general cleanliness of the department. Transports patients with IVACS, O2, chest tubes, foley's etc. Utilizes basic knowledge of body mechanics, transfer techniques, asepsis, and CPR. Education Required: + High school diploma/GED. Certifications Required: + Current BLS certification. Experience: + Previous hospital experience preferred. Requisition ID: 2018-10632 Facility (Tazworks integration): Clovis Community Medical Center (CCMC) Updated Date: 9/11/2018 External Company Name: Community Medical Centers of Fresno, CA External Company URL: https://www.communitymedical.org/ Street: 2755 Herndon Ave. Post End Date: 9/14/2018
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Freestyle bullfighters gain key tools through the BFO Every true athlete knows that having a good coach is instrumental to developing the skills necessary to compete. For the rising stars of Bullfighters Only, that intense training comes in the form of the BFO Development Camps. A quick look at the Pendleton Whisky World Standings reveals just how successful the D-Camps have been, with several graduates showing success including Dayton Spiel, Colt Oder, Chance Moorman, Justin Ward, Andrès Gonzalez, Riley McKetterick and more. “The camp helped me by beating the fear of going up against a Mexican fighting bull,” said Gonzalez, who attended the D-Camp in San Bernardino, Calif., in the spring of 2017. “It made me more aggressive toward the bulls and taught me techniques as far as throwing fakes and making rounds with a bull. “Mostly, though, it just helped me be more confident.” Gonzalez showcased that confidence on Labor Day weekend by winning the BFO stops at both Anaheim, Calif., and Fresno, Calif. He’s just another of the young guns who are bringing their talent to the premier freestyle bullfights in the game. Others will have those opportunities at the upcoming D-Camp in Decatur, Texas, on Oct. 26-28.... Continue Reading
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CA-Fresno, Passionate. Progressive. Courageous- this is the OneCoast way. We have a passion for providing the best service possible to our customers and vendors and helping them succeed is our number one goal. We challenge ourselves to think progressively in every aspect of our professional life with the mentality that this paves the way to future growth. We are looking for those people who are not afraid to
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Fresno police asked for help Thursday locating a 12-year-old girl who reportedly ran away from her home after an argument with her family. Angelita Hernandez who was last seen at … Click to Continue »
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CA-Fresno, Job Summary The Territory Sales Representative is responsible for achieving budgeted sales goals for his or her territory. This is done through constant communication and daily in-person appointments with customers and potential customers regarding Zimmer Biomet Dental products. The Territory Sales Representative is assigned to a specific region within a territory and will work in collaboration wi
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CA-Fresno, Job Description: TITLE: Administrative Support/Receptionist: $32,000/year ABOUT THE JOB: This is a great role for someone who thrives on being the director of first impressions and providing support to upper level management. A successful Fresno firm seeks a candidate to run all aspects of their busy office from providing a smiling face to greet customers and provide strong clerical support to the
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CA-Fresno, Job Description: TITLE: Administrative Support/Receptionist: $32,000/year ABOUT THE JOB: This is a great role for someone who thrives on being the director of first impressions and providing support to upper level management. A successful Fresno firm seeks a candidate to run all aspects of their busy office from providing a smiling face to greet customers and provide strong clerical support to the
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CA-Fresno, Job Description: TITLE: Administrative Support/Receptionist: $32,000/year ABOUT THE JOB: This is a great role for someone who thrives on being the director of first impressions and providing support to upper level management. A successful Fresno firm seeks a candidate to run all aspects of their busy office from providing a smiling face to greet customers and provide strong clerical support to the
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CA-Fresno, We’re looking for licensed agents who currently sell Final Expense Life Insurance and are interested in receiving information on a new Final Expense product. 115-130% first year commission and 10% renewals. A true 70/30 graded which pays FULL commission for Oxygen and COPD. Nearly Guaranteed Issue at 75% commission You can add this product to your current portfolio and have access to complete trai


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