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          All Time Mets HR Leader: Daryl Strawberry: Part Two (1987-1990 & Beyond)      Cache   Translate Page      
In 1987 as the Mets raised the Championship flag, Straw began the year with an opening day HR, and drove in all three runs in the Mets 3-2 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates.

He hit HRs in the first three games of the season driving in seven runs as the Mets swept the Opening series. He hit HRs in back to back in games at Philadelphia, including a four RBI day in a 9-3 win on April 16th.
 Early on he hit drove in 17 runs, hit five HRs & was batting .325 by the beginning of May. That month he started out with HRs in the first two games & hit nine HRs, driving in 16 runs with stole eight bases.

 On a West Coast road trip at the end of that month, he hit HRs in three straight games at San Diego. On May 22nd, he tied up a game with the Padres with a 9th inning HR off Mark Davis. Gary Carter followed in what was the game winning HR. In the third game, the Mets were down 1-0 in the 7th inning, when he homered off Eric Show, a two run shot leading to a 3-1 Mets win. On June 18th he hit a pair of HRs in Montreal leading to a 10-7 Mets win as he drove in four runs. He would only hit one more HR over the next month. 

All Star: By the All Star break he did have 51 RBIs along with 21 HRs, making his fourth straight All Star game. He went 0-2 in the NL's 2-0 shut out in Oakland, with Davey Johnson as the manager. 

 In August he hit four HRs the first week, including two at Shea Stadium against the Cubs on August 6th. On August 16th he had a four hit day at Wrigley Field in a 23-10 Mets romp over the Cubs. Straw hit a 4th inning three run HR off Greg Maddox, & then added a two run triple later in the game. He had six multiple RBI games in August, driving in 18 runs with 8 HRs for the month. He was the Player of the Month in September hitting another eight HRs with ten doubles 13 stolen bases & 27 RBIs. 

On September 9th, he hit two HRs against the Phillies at Shea leading to an 11-5 win. The next day he hit a two run HR against the St. Louis Cardinals in a crucial series, but the Mets fell short 6-4, losing to Ken Dayley. From September 14th through the 18th he drove in runs, in four straight games. On September 18th, he hit a three run HR & drove in four runs against the Pirates in a Mets heart breaking 10-9 loss to the Pirates. 

Even with all his hitting, the Mets could not catch the Cardinals this year, falling short of another NL East title. Straw finished the year (as one of ten players up until that point) joining the 30/30 club; hitting 39 HRs (3rd in the NL) & stealing 36 bases.

He put up a career highs with those 39 HRs, as well as setting a Mets single season mark. He drove in 104 runs (7th in the NL) hit 32 doubles with 151 hits, 108 runs scored (7th in the NL) 97 walks (4th in the NL) stole 36 bases, batted .284 was hit by a team leading seven hit by pitches & posted a career high .398 on base %.  

In 1988, Strawberry became the first Met since Dave Kingman to lead the league in HRs with 39. He lost out to Kirk Gibson for the MVP award but clearly should have won it. He led the NL in HRs (39) & slugging % (545%) driving in 101 runs while also scoring 101 runs (4th in the NL). He led the team in most offensive categories as well as in games played. He stole 29 bases while hitting 27 doubles hitting nine sac flies & posted a .366 on base %.

 He won the Silver Slugger Award, the first of two he’d win in his career. He became a poster boy for Kenner’s Starting Line Up action figures, and was being praised as possibly breaking Hank Aarons home run record. 

On the dark side of his life, his wife Lisa filed for divorce accusing him of breaking her nose & beating her. On Opening Day 1988 he hit two HRs, both solo shots, helping Dwight Gooden beat Dennis Martinez & the Expos in Montreal. He hit six HRs in April, amongst the tops in the league.

Then in the first week of May he bashed three more HRs. On May 6th, he had a big day agsinst the Cincinnati Reds at Shea Stadium. In the first inning he hit a sac fly & then added an RBI single later on. The Reds rallied to take the lead, but then Straw was the hero, as he hit a walk off game winning HR against John Franco. 

He had a few big games against the rival Cardinals in the month of June, staring with a four RBI day on June 6th in St Louis, leading to a 6-4 Mets win. On June 13th as the teams played a series in New York, his 4th inning HR of Ken Dayley tied the game, as it went into extra innings & Lee Mazzilli won it with a walk off hit.

On June 15th he hit two HRs & drove in three runs in the 6-4 Mets win as they swept the series. He kept his batting average over the .300 mark until late June, then had a good July to follow. 

All Star: In that summers All Star game at Riverfront Stadium, in Cincinnati, Cards manager Whitey Herzog let him play the whole games, as he went 1-4 in the 2-1 NL loss. 
 
In mid July he hit HRs in three straight games on a series trip to Atlanta against the Braves. On July 24th he hit HRs in consecutive games at Shea Stadium, then returned with a five RBI day against the Philadelphia Phillies in a 10-5 Mets win at Veterans Stadium. He began August with HRs in three straight games, but then only hit one more over the next month.

 In September he hit nine HRs, had four multi RBI games, including a stretch of five straight games where he drove in at least one run in each game, he middle of the month. Starting on September 18th, he hit HRs in three straight games, all led to close Mets wins on their way to clinching the NL Eastern crown for the second time in three years. Strawberry closed out the year with two HRs & three RBIs in the regular season finale' on October 2nd. 


1988 Post Season- NLCS: In Game #1 of the NLCS against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Straw's double off Orel Hershiser started a 9th inning rally with the Mets behind 2-0. He drove in the first Mets run, then scored the games tying run on Gary Carter's double, as the Mets went on to win it 3-2.

In Game #3 at Shea Stadium he had three hits, driving in three runs as the Mets beat the Dodgers 8-4. In the home 3rd with the Mets down 3-0, Straw doubled driving in Mookie Wilson with the Mets first run. In the 6th, Straw would follow Keith Hernandez's single with a base hit of his own & would score on Gary Carter's base hit. The Mets tied up the game that inning. In the Mets five run 8th inning, Straw added a two run single capping off the Mets 8-4 win. The Mets had a two games to one lead at that point.


He would hit a HR in Game #4 although the Mets lost the game 5-4. He was 1-2 with two walks in the Mets 5-1, Game #6 win at Dodger Stadium. Straw also scored two runs in that game as well. He was shut down by Hershiser in Game #7 as the Mets were finished off in the five hit shutout. Darryl finished the Series batting .300 (9-30) with two doubles a HR & six RBIs. 

 In 1989, Strawberry's offensive numbers declined a bit, his 77 RBIs were his lowest total since his rookie season and a poor .225 batting average his lowest up to that point of his career. He still hit 29 HRs good enough for 6th in the league. The fans started getting on him as well as the media. Looking back he may have unfairly taken some of the heat for the Mets not winning another championship. It seemed he underachieved although there was always pressure on him to do more although he still put up great numbers. 


That season Gary Carter was winding down his Mets career playing more as a back up & Keith Hernandez was gone. Howard Johnson emerged as the teams power hitter but he & Straw could not carry the team. 

 Dramas; His personal dramas continued when he was arrested for slapping his wife around and pulling a gun on her. He checked into rehab for substance abuse and a blood test proved positive of him fathering a child in Missouri.

In 1990, there was more change in the air for the Mets, as Davey Johnson was fired as manager & Bud Harrelson took over the position. The team once again finished in second place although they won 91 games (91-71). 

 
In June of 1990 , Straw won another Player of the Week Award hitting five HRs with twelve RBIs in the middle of a seventeen game hit streak. At the start of July he homered in three straight games, belting two in the first of those games coming against the Houston Astros. In each of those games he drove in three runs each time & overall drove in twenty one runs in the month. 

All Star: That year he played in his final All Star Game in a Mets uniform, going 0-1 as a reserve player in the AL's 2-0 win at Wrigley Field. 


On August 30th he belted a grand slam HR & drove in five runs in a game against the San Francisco Giants at Shea Stadium. On September 11, 1990 he hit a walk off two run HR off the Cardinals Lee Smith for one of his last exciting moments as a New York Mets player. He had another goo month in September driving in twenty three runs, hitting eight HRs & playing his last Mets game on September 27th. That day he was 0-3 against the Montreal Expos.

Strawberry put up strong numbers in the last year of his contract & final season as a Met. His team leading 37 HRs were second in the league, his 108 RBIs were 5th best in the league & tops on the Mets with Howard Johnsons 90 a distant second. 

Straw had 150 hits, good enough for a .277 average, he had 70 walks posting a .361 on base %. He hit 18 doubles the second lowest total of his career to that point & stole ten bases, also the lowest total up to that point in his career. He would never steal bases in double figures again. 


 In the 1990 off season he signed on with the Los Angeles Dodgers as baseball's highest paid player with a $23 million contract.

All Time Mets Leaderboard: In his Mets playing career he ranks among the best in most Mets all time offensive categories. Straw is first on the club's all time HR list with 252. 

He is second to David Wright in RBIs (733) in walks (580) & in strikeouts (960). He is third in runs scored (662) fifth all time in stolen bases (191) sixth in triples (30) eighth in games played (1109) ninth in doubles (187) & in hits (1025).

Honors: In 2010 he was inducted into the Mets Hall of Fame.

Post Mets Career: In California, he became a West Coast star & was named Big Brother of The Year. He hit 28 HRs with 22 doubles 99 RBIs & a .265 average in his first & only full season as a Dodger player. Injuries & more personal problems sidelined for much of the next two seasons, hitting only five HRs in each season.

He got arrested for hitting his new pregnant girlfriend, then announced he had a substance abuse problem. He then did six months house arrest for failing to pay $450,000 in past income taxes. He was eventually released by the Dodgers in 1994. He got suspended for violating the substance abuse program, coming up dirty for cocaine use. 


He was then signed by the AL New York team in 1996 hitting 11 HRs with 36 RBIs batting .262. He went to the World Series that season with old team mate Dwight Gooden. Darryl hit three HRs in the ALCS against the Baltimore Orioles, including two in Game #4 at Camden Yards.

In 1998 he hit 24 HRs making a big comeback, but was soon diagnosed with colon cancer. He had surgery to have 24" inches of his colon removed. He also needed chemotherapy because cancer had been found in a lymph node. He would need another treatment two years later. He rebounded from that as well the next season, hitting three HRs playing in 24 regular season games. He appeared in two more post season games driving in four runs overall. 

Then there was more negative drama when Strawberry got arrested for trying to pick up an undercover cop disguised as a hooker. He eventually did jail time and then  got divorced from his second wife before finally cleaning up his act in the new millennium. 

In his 17 year career  Straw was an eight time All Star, NL Rookie of the Year, one time Player of the Month & six time Player of the Week Award winner.

Overall he batted .259 with 1401 hits, 335 HRs (102nd all time). His 16.2 AB per HR ratio is 34th best all time. Darryl has 1,000 RBIs, 256 doubles, 38 triples, 816 walks (244th all time) 131 Intentional walks (67th all time) 898 runs scored, & a.357 on base %.

He struck out 1352 times (109th all time) with a career.505 slugging % (87th all time). 

In right field he played 1309 games (39th all time) with 2337 put outs (46th all time) 58 errors (44th all time) with 23 double plays turned (48th all time) & 76 assists.


Strawberry played in 40 postseason games, belting 9 HRs, with 22 RBIs and 20 runs scored. He played in five All Star games, making eight All Star teams with 12 All Star at bats batting .333 with two stolen bases. 


Retirement: Strawberry attended the Mets' 1986 World Champion team reunions in 2006 & 2016. He threw out the ceremonial first pitch in Game #2 of the 2006 NLCS & was at the closing ceremonies of Shea Stadium in 2008. Strawberry has worked as an instructor for the Mets at various Spring Training camps. 

In 2009 he wrote his controversial Autobiography “Straw: Finding My Way”. In that book he told of his own & his 1986 team mates wild escapades. He said “We hauled around more Bud than the Clydesdales. The beer was just to get the party started and maybe take the edge off the speed and coke." 

On the road, he writes: the modo was "tear up your best bars and nightclubs and take your finest women". The only hard part for us was choosing which hottie to take back to your hotel room. Lots of times you picked two or three a night." He talked about how the players would pick out women from the stands & send an errand boy to fetch them. He told of how he would have quickie sex in the clubhouse between innings. 


 In 2010 Straw threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Citifield & later in the year appeared on future President of the United States- Donald Trump’s show “The Apprentice”. Other celebs included Sharon Osbourne, Cyndi Lauper & Bret Michaels.


That same year he & his brother opened up a restaurant in Douglaston, Queens called Strawberry's. It closed in October 2012.

In 2013 he participated in the Charity celebrity softball game at Citi Field during the All Star Weekend. He was also on hand around the city for many of the All Star Game 2013 events.

In 2015 he & Dwight Gooden were subjects of an ESPN 30/30 special taken place at the same diner Goodfella's Movie was filmed in Maspeth, Queens.

His charity the Darryl Strawberry Foundation supports children with Autism. Straw also has worked as a studio analyst for the SNY network before & after Mets games. 

Family: His son Daryl Jr. played pro basketball in the NBA for the Phoenix Suns in 2007-2008. He also played in the NBA development league for the Albuquerque Thunderbirds, then in Italy for Bologna before he needed knee surgery. In 2011 he played pro basketball in Israel.

Daryl is now a born again Christian. He & his new wife; Tracy, are pastors & have started Strawberry Ministries, The Strawberry Christian Recovery Program is dedicated to restoring lives & relationships.

A HealthCare Company help the couple run The Darryl Strawberry Recovery Center for drug & alcohol recovery, in Florida, Texas, Ohio & Louisiana. A Center outside of St. Louis is in the works as well.







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**Job Description** At IBM Research, we invent things that matter to the world. Today, we are pioneering the most promising and disruptive technologies that will transform industries and society, including the future of AI, Blockchain and Quantum Computing. We are driven to discover. With more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across six continents, IBM Research is one of the world’s largest and most influential corporate research labs. We are seeking Research Staff Member candidates with demonstrated publication records in one or more of our focus areas and technical leadership potential. As part of the IBM Research team, you will conduct world-class research on innovative technologies and solutions, and publish in top-tier conferences and journals. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the commercialization of the resulting assets. Demonstrated communication skills and ability to work independently, as well as in a team, are highly desired traits. You should have one or more of the following skills: -Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices -Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) -Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software -Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services -Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash -Quantum Computing You must be willing to work in any of the following locations: Albany, NY; Almaden, CA; Austin, TX; Cambridge, MA; Yorktown Heights, NY. Ph.D. degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or a related area is required. The World is Our Laboratory: No matter where discovery takes place, IBM researchers push the boundaries of science, technology and business to make the world work better. IBM Research is a global community of forward-thinkers working towards a common goal: progress. **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** + Ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently + Demonstrated communication skills **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** Advanced knowledge in one or more of the following areas: + Cloud computing infrastructure, including cloud platform and programming models; cloud infrastructure services; APIs; containers; DevOps techniques; microservices + Computing and data services, including emerging platforms (Spark, SQL/NoSQL, Blockchain) + Artificial intelligence computing infrastructure, including deep learning platform and services, accelerated cognitive systems, accelerators interface architecture, compilers and programming models, co-designed hardware/software + Distributed computing theory and application, systems; services technology, including service management, analytics, automation and orchestration, cognitive services + Memory controller architecture, memory performance modeling, memory standards and interfaces, cache design, non-volatile memory, NAND flash + Quantum Computing **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
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**Job Description** IBM Global Business Services (GBS) is hiring an Associate Partner (AP) with subject matter expertise in Communication/Telco industry. The Associate Partner is accountable for the successful sales and delivery in our Communications and Telco clients. You will have direct involvement leading and selling cutting edge, first-of-a-kind solutions that combine Advanced Analytics, Big Data, IOT and AI capabilities with IBM's Watson platform to deliver solutions that fundamentally transform the customer experience. **Responsibilities include:** **Lead pre-sales activities, assessments, and the delivery of transformational solutions **Establish and maintain deal focused, trusted relationships with clients and partners to scope, solution, propose, close, and deliver complex first-of-a-kind analytics and cognitive computing projects **Hands-on development of deliverables utilizing emerging cognitive computing implementation methodologies **Business case development, project and program management, proposal writing and business management **BENEFITS** Health Insurance. Paid time off. Corporate Holidays. Sick leave. Family planning. Financial Guidance. Competitive 401K. Training and Learning. We continue to expand our benefits and programs, offering some of the best support, guidance and coverage for a diverse employee population. + http://www-01.ibm.com/employment/us/benefits/ + _https://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/50744.wss_ **CAREER GROWTH** Our goal is to be essential to the world, which starts with our people. Company wide we kicked off an internal talent strategy program called Go Organic. At our core, we are committed to believing and investing in our workforce through: + Skill development: helping our employees grow their foundational skills + Finding the dream job at IBM: navigating our company with the potential for many careers by channeling an employee’s strengths and career aspirations + Diversity of people: Diversity of thought driving collective innovation. **CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP** With an employee population of 375,000 in over 170 countries, amazingly we connect, collaborate, and care. IBMers drive a corporate culture of shared responsibility. We love grand challenges and everyday improvements for our company and for the world. We care about each other, our clients, and the communities we live, work, and play in! + http://www.ibm.com/ibm/responsibility/initiatives.html + http://www.ibm.com/ibm/responsibility/corporateservicecorps **Required Technical and Professional Expertise** **Requirements:** **At least 5 years of experience negotiating and selling consulting services projects **At least 5 years of experience in one or more of the following industries; Communications and Telco **At least 5 years of experience in formal project management methodology **At least 3 years of experience in business development and sales of consulting services to C-suite executives of $3M+ / year **At least 3 years of experience delivering complex consulting services projects **At least 3 years of experience managing and leading teams **Preferred Tech and Prof Experience** **Preferred Requirements:** **At least 8 years of experience negotiating and selling consulting services projects **At least 8 years of experience in formal project management methodology **At least 8 years of experience in business development and sales of consulting services to C-suite executives of $5-6M+ / year **EO Statement** IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.
          [Upwork] Landscape design      Cache   Translate Page      
From Upwork // Looking for somebody to design landscape layout and plan for my business and develop 3D drawings so I can visual it.  Location is St Louis Missouri United States I can provide pictures.

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          St Louis Gas Turbine Repairs - Mechanical Dynamics & Analysis (MD&A) - Engineer, BC      Cache   Translate Page      
Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering preferred or significant experience. This position provides technical assistance for complex customer site...
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           Comment on SpaceX about to install engines on Starship hopper by Michael       Cache   Translate Page      
geoffc: sitting right out in the open. Reminds me of when they delivered the first OMS pod to KSC. They trucked it from St Louis. I had this vision of it sitting in the parking lot of every bar/cafe between here and there. But the minute it hit the gate at KSC it could not make it to the HMF without a 10 vehicle convoy complete with flashing lights.
          Alexander tangerade pappa Thomas      Cache   Translate Page      

Alexander Steen har kommit ikapp pappa. När St Louis mötte Arizona spelade Alexander sin 950:e NHL-match i karriären – lika många som pappa Thomas kom upp i.


          Emerging from the deep freeze      Cache   Translate Page      
It looks like I'll get to ride outdoors today, the first time this year. After 5 mild winters near St Louis, the winter here in Wisconsin this year was a shocker! Anyone else breathing fresh air and turning the pedals after a prolonged sheltering indoors?
          Offer - Junk Removal of STL - USA      Cache   Translate Page      
Website: http://www.junkremovalofstl.com Keywords: Junk Removal St. Louis, Appliance Removal St Louis, Furniture Removal St Louis, Commercial Removal St Louis, Residential Clean Out Services St Louis, Garbage Pick Up St Louis, Dumpster Rental St Louis Description: Junk Removal of STL is a locally owned and operated junk removal and hauling company in St. Louis MO. We offer the removal and hauling of unwanted appliances, furniture, and commercial items. Additionally, we offer residential clean out services, garbage pick up and dumpster rental. Owner Name: Larry Davidson Address: 200 N 8th Street, #2000 St Louis, MO 63101 Phone: 314-222-2762 Business Email: junkremovalofstl@gmail.com Year Found: 2018 Number of Employee: 4 Operating Hours: Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm, Saturday 9am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 5pm
          Remembering Mets History: (2012) Johan Santana Throws First Mets No Hitter      Cache   Translate Page      
Friday night June 1st, 2012: At first it seemed like any other New York night. Terry Collins' New York Mets were playing well & surprising everyone with a 29-23 record, just one game out of first place. 27,069 fans came to Citi Field to see the Mets go up against the reigning World Champion, St Louis Cardinals (27-25).

The Mets sent Johan Santana to the mound, 2-2 with a 2.75 ERA. Santana had missed all of 2011 due to injury, he had an impressive Opening Day win, pitching five scoreless innings then struggled. In his last start he threw a complete game four hit shutout at Citi Field, beating the San Diego Padres. On this night he was even better, he went out & made Mets history.

After a quiet 1st inning, he walked two batters in the 2nd but struck out Matt Adams & Tyler Green to end the inning. Santana would walk the lead off batters in the 4th & 5th innings but retired the sides with no trouble.

In the 6th, ex-Met Carlos Beltran drilled a line drive down the line that was called a foul ball. Replays showed the ball may have been fair, but the ruling was a foul ball & that's that. A one two three sixth inning, had everyone feeling the no hitter looming. The Mets were well ahead with a 5-0 lead at this point.

In the home 4th, Kirk Nieuwenhuis singled & David Wright doubled. Luca Duda followed with a sac fly making it 1-0. Daniel Murphy then tripled off the Cards; Adam Wainwright to make it 2-0. In the 6th Lucas Duda blasted a three run HR over the right centerfield wall. In the 7th inning Santana got David Freese to pop out to first base, there were eight outs to go for the no hitter.

The next batter was Yadier Molina, a Mets villain who had the winning HR in the 2006 NLCS. Molina was out to spoil another Mets historic day, he hit a fly ball deep to left field. Queens born Mike Baxter chased the ball which was hit over his head, he made a leaping catch crashing into the left field wall & fell to the ground. He injured himself but held on to the ball for out number two.

Everyone held their breath during the play, but a huge sigh of relief came when Baxter made one of the most important catches in Mets history. Baxter was removed from the game but got a huge ovation as he left & big thank you from Santana.

Matt Adams grounded out for the third out, six more outs to go for Mets history. In the home 7th, the Mets scored two more runs as David Wright walked with the bases loaded & Daniel Murphy singled another run in, 8-0 Mets.

In the top of the 8th, Tyler Greene flew out to left & pinch hitter; Shane Robinson struck out. Carlos Beltran then hit a weak liner up the middle, but Murphy was able to make a nice grab to end the inning. By this time Santana had passed his usual pitch count & everyone was wondering if he would be pulled. But Manager Terry Collins & pitching coach Dan Warthan knew how important this game was to the organization & to the fans.

 Santana came out for the 9th, the crowd cheered & remained on their feet as they had been. The viewers at home held their breath as well. Matt Holliday lined out to centerfield, on another close play but Andres Torres made a fine catch.

With Two more outs to go for history. Allen Craig then flew out to left for out #2. With the fans going wild, David Freese struck out swinging & Johan Santana had thrown the first no hitter in Mets history.

There had been 35 one hitters thrown by Mets pitchers, and though many have come close, it was on this night it was done for the very first time. The announcers knew how important it was to the us long time fans as did Santana himself. He said "I am very happy & happy for you guys, the first one" as he acknowledged the Citi Field crowd after the game.

Mets broadcaster; Gary Cohen called it: "He struck him out! It has happened. In their 51st season, Johan Santana has thrown the first no-hitter in New York Mets history.”

Throughout the game us longtime Mets fans, could not help but think of Tom Seaver & Dwight Gooden, the two best pitchers the franchise has ever had. They both came close, especially Seaver who tossed five one hitters. Guys like Jon Matlack, Gary Gentry , Tom Glavine & David Cone had all thrown two Mets one hitters each. Steve Traschel threw three Mets one hitters but Santana the only no hitter.

Former Met; Nolan Ryan, who has throw seven no hitters & a Mets one hitter said it best; "They've had a lot of history of one-hitters, and it's because of the great pitchers they've had there. When you think of Tom Seaver and Dwight Gooden there, and some of the other guys, it's amazing they never did."

Mets third baseman David Wright said; "Short of Tom Seaver, I couldn't think of a better guy to have this recognition."

During the post game interview; Justin Turner gave Johan a cream pie to the face. It was a Turner tradition but maybe out of line on this special occasion.
          This Day in Music History – November 16      Cache   Translate Page      

Born on this day 1873: W. C. Handy, American composer and musician known as the “Father of the Blues” (Memphis Blues, St Louis Blues), born in Florence, Alabama He died in 1958. In 1916 Herb Abramson, producer, songwriter and co-founder of Atlantic records was born. He produced Tommy Tucker’s 1964 hit ‘High Heeled Sneakers.’ He died on 9th November 1999.

In 1960 “Stay” by Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs hit No. 1 Billboard Pop chart.

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          Local Foster Parent Association, FAIR VISIONS, is proud to bring to Northeast Louisiana The Beatles vs. Stones Concert. March 25th, 2019 at the Monroe Civic Center's Jack Howard Theater at 7:00 p.m.      Cache   Translate Page      
MONROE– Join us for the concert that never was. The two greatest rock 'n' roll bands of all time face off in a once-in-a-lifetime show. Taking the side of the Fab Four is Abbey Road, one of the country’s top Beatles tribute bands. With brilliant musicianship and authentic costumes and gear, Abbey Road plays beloved songs spanning the Beatles' career. They engage in a musical "showdown" of the hits against premier Stones tribute band Satisfaction – The International Rolling [...]
          St. Louis County Council advances $5M Metro funding measure       Cache   Translate Page      
ST. LOUIS – New security funding looks likely for Metrolink. According to our partners at the Post Dispatch, the St Louis County Council voted to advance a measure that would release $5 million dollars. The council previously withheld the money until police and bi-state showed progress on curbing crime. Tuesday’s night vote came hours after a meeting with bi-state officials who pledge to work on security problems. The final vote is next week.
          Apres Midi Afternoon Classics: March 12, 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
An interview with Ashli Waldrep from the Arts and Humanities Council of Southeast Louisiana.
          Louisiana Treasurer focus is on unclaimed property      Cache   Translate Page      

BATON ROUGE — After so many years of John Kennedy as State Treasurer, many Louisianians don’t realize their treasurer is John Schroder – a former state representative.
And in his initial term Schroder is working hard to give citizens some money.
“I’m working really hard in my first year in office to sort of re-brand,” said Schroder, “because nobody knows what unclaimed property is.”
“It’s not really property; it’s cash!”
The state gets about $90 million annually, according to Schroder. Roughly $30 million is returned.
In just his first year, Schroder has upped returns by $20 million.
“Just with the use of technology,” Schroder said, “getting rid of some red tape. This money belongs to the citizens of Louisiana—it’s not government money.”
Schroder’s office has been trying to give away a whole lot of money—including an enormous amount to one person in northwest Louisiana.
“We got a $2.3-million-dollar claim,” Schroder said, “that’s the highest we’ve ever had in the state.”
But Schroder could not disclose the recipient of that huge check.
“The average check is about $900,” said Schroder.
A check of a map on the Treasurer’s website showed the amount of unclaimed property available in nearby parishes:
Acadia: $4 million
Jeff Davis: $2.4 million
Lafayette: $24.7 million
St. Landry: $6.2 million
Vermilion: $3.2 million
“What I’m working on is our outcomes,” said Schroder, “I want to make sure our outcomes are the best they can be; and we’re going to get more aggressive returning these funds to the citizens.”
Schroder said he wants to create a trust fund for the unclaimed money as it comes in; recognizing that it does not belong to the government. But a bill to that effect passed by the House and Senate was vetoed by the administration.
“We hope to work with the administration and fix any problems they may have with it,” Schroder said. “I think it would be a good opportunity to save some money that’s not ours, and live off the dividends; because the law doesn’t say we can’t live off the dividends.”
Schroder says following that procedure over the next 25 years could create a fund for the state kicking off $25 million to $30 million a year.
To see if you have any unclaimed property coming your way, go to the State Treasurer’s website/unclaimed property section.

Louisiana John Schroder speaks during last week’s Vermilion Chamber of Commerce meeting.


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TUESDAY’S RESULTS Home Team in Caps Dallas 2, BUFFALO 0 PITTSBURGH 5, Washington 3 COLUMBUS 7, Boston 4 MONTREAL 3, Detroit 1 Arizona 3, ST LOUIS 1 San Jose 5, WINNIPEG 4 CALGARY 9, New Jersey 4 ANAHEIM 3, Nashville 2
          METAL INJECTION LIVECAST #437 - Swayed by the Taboo      Cache   Translate Page      

We kicked off this episode discussing the recent sexual misconduct allegations against Louis CK and Alabama senate hopeful Roy Moore....

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          A LOUER GARAGE N°14 - RUE KERAVEL QUARTIER ST LOUIS - Loyer 55 Euro/mois      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Jean-Michel Basquiat's 'Xerox Paintings' Spotlighted in NYC Exhibition      Cache   Translate Page      

For those struggling to snap up tickets to see Jean-Michel Basquiat masterworks at The Brant Foundation, you’re now in luck. New York City’s Nahmad Contemporary is offering up another option to check out significant pieces by the late legendary artist. Entitled “Xerox,” the presentation features an impressive selection of works made by Basquiat using Xerox copies as the core medium. The series features 15 paintings and several sculptures crafted out of Xerox envelopes. The artist first dabbled with the material in 1979, creating vivid collages with close friend, artist, and filmmaker Jennifer Stein. Basquiat incorporated his signature paint splatters, scrawled text, alongside scavenged items such as candy labels and newspaper clippings in his compositions before placing them the copier.”It wasn’t until 1983, however, when collage became a defining element of his practice, that Basquiat began to extensively use the photocopier as a tool to create paintings,” said the gallery. “The process of photocopying became so integral to his practice that he eventually invested in his own color Xerox machine for his studio." Tour the “Xerox” exhibition above and then head over to Nahmad Contemporary’s website to learn more. The show is open to the public until May 31. In other shows, learn more about Chicago-based artist Louis De Guzman’s upcoming show in Manila, Philippines entitled “In Between The Lines.” Nahmad Contemporary 980 Madison Ave New York, NY 10075   View this post on Instagram   'Jean-Michel Basquiat: Xerox' opening at Nahmad Contemporary tomorrow, Tuesday, March 12 from 6-8pm! A post shared by Nahmad Contemporary (@nahmadcontemporary) on Mar 11, 2019 at 5:38pm PDT

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          Driverk - Truck Class A      Cache   Translate Page      
MI-St. Louis, CLASS A TRUCK DRIVER NEEDED We have an immediate opening for Class A Seasonal Truck Driver. This person will be responsible for local deliveries, hourly pay rate, depending on experience. Agriculture or farm experience preferred, but not necessary. Interested candidate can complete an application at 720 E. Washington St St Louis, MI 48880
          More than 2K people attend medical marijuana conference in St. Louis      Cache   Translate Page      

Press release ST. LOUIS – This week, 2,218 Missourians, entrepreneurs, and industry experts converged at St Louis’ historic Union Station over two days to gain perspective on the state’s emerging medical marijuana industry. The first day opened with keynotes from Lyndall Fraker, the new Director of Medical Marijuana at the Department of Health and Senior […]

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