Here is everything you need to know about the day in baseball by Mike Axisa & Dayn Perry Apr 7, 2019 at 8:07 pm ET • 9 min read Sunday brought us a full 15-game slate with plenty of day baseball, so we've got lots to cover. Here is Katherine Acquavella's look at what we've learned from this past week in baseball. Select games can be streamed regionally via fuboTV (Try for free). For more on what channel each game is on, click here.Baseball schedule, scores for Sunday, April 7FINAL - Yankees 15, Orioles 3 (box score)FINAL - Phillies 2, Twins 1 (box score)FINAL - Nationals 12, Mets 9 (box score)FINAL - Tigers 3, Royals 1 (box score)FINAL - Indians 3, Blue Jays 1 (box score)FINAL - Braves 4, Marlins 3 (box score)FINAL - Pirates 7, Reds 5 (box score)FINAL - Brewers 4, Cubs 2 (box score)FINAL … [Read more...] about MLB scores, schedule: Gary Sanchez goes deep three times as Yankees sweep O’s; Mike Trout continues homer streak
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AN EMAIL error (the following information was meant to be sent to ‘The (so-called) Independent’) has revealed shocking news which will surely dismay almost all followers of English soccer: The Premier League is to switch all major matches involving Chelsea to Wembley. Obviously FA Cup Finals have long been played there, and even semi-finals in recent times, but now any FA Cup matches involving the Blues will take place there, as well as all their League games. There’s no bias or influence intended in that policy. After all, it’s not actually Chelsea’s home ground. The Premier League are only thinking of the children. How cruel would it be to force Chelsea to play a match against Liverpool or Manchester City (or any major team) in a much smaller stadium, meaning that ‘the future of the game’ [aka children] would be locked out, weeping on the streets around Stamford Bridge, or Anfield or the Etihad? Obviously the Premier League would love to … [Read more...] about Kenny Archer: Why all the moaning about money, population and home advantage?!
Video PUBLISHED: 12:09 12 March 2019 | UPDATED: 12:11 12 March 2019 Charlotte Smith-Jarvis James Archer, owner of Archers butchers, outside the deli/ take away and butchers. Picture: Ella Wilkinson Archant Third generation butcher Jamie Archer on why we should continue to support our high street champions. Our high streets are struggling. It’s an undeniable fact. But in the dark, there are glimmers of light. More of us than ever before are interested in the provenance of our food. Of the story behind the ingredients we pop on our plate. Norfolk has seen an overwhelming explosion of food and drink producers in the last five years alone – and exceptional higher welfare meat is something the county’s especially lauded for. Which leads us to award-winning Archer’s Butchers.While it can no longer boast the five shops it had in its heyday, Archer’s on Plumstead Road in Norwich, has remained a constant in the city for … [Read more...] about Do you have any memories of Archer’s
Kristie Rieken, Ap Sports Writer Published 8:34 pm CST, Saturday, January 19, 2019 HOUSTON (AP) — Houston rookie Gary Clark had a special cheering section Saturday night against the Los Angeles Lakers as a contingent of people from the small North Carolina town where he grew up, including Pirates pitcher Chris Archer, attended the game. Clark and Archer were both raised and went to high school in Clayton, North Carolina, a town of just more than 21,000 people about 20 minutes outside Raleigh. Archer is about six years older than Clark, but has watched his career since the Rocket was a freshman in high school and made a point to catch at least one of his games every season since. After watching him work at Clayton high school, he continued to follow his career at Cincinnati in his four years playing for the Bearcats. Clark said his relationship with Archer has been an important one and that seeing his success as a professional athlete inspired him and many other … [Read more...] about Houston’s Clark has big fan in Pirates’ pitcher Archer
Ebbsfleet United have saved almost half a million pounds in two months but fans have been warned their financial restructure is still far from complete.The departure of manager Daryl McMahon, his entire coaching staff and five players have gone some way to balancing the books at Stonebridge Road.New managing director Dave Archer is conducting a root-and-branch investigation of the club’s finances with the aim of reducing dependency on Dr Abdulla Al-Humaidi’s external funding.Archer, supported by manager Garry Hill, is working around the clock to implement the business plan he was asked to draw up by the Fleet’s Kuwaiti owner.He’s made significant progress but admits the job which seemed daunting when he took it on still has plenty of obstacles to overcome.Archer said: “I’ve waited all my life for this opportunity and I can’t think of a better place to be than Ebbsfleet United FC.“I’ll be 60 in May and I thought this level of … [Read more...] about Fleet first: Archer’s blueprint to balance the books