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27 Aug 2014

As a strength coach, thats what you try to help guys do, and experience is a huge factor in that, Beiting said. Castro and Beiting said the leg workouts are reduced in intensity and repetitions as the year gets late, but Castro doesnt forego them entirely. After every game, Castro uses a leg compression device created by a company called NormaTec. Its leg sleeves that just fill up with compressed air, so its just like a graduated squeeze on your legs, Castro said. Helps with blood flow and flushes your legs after a game.
Source: http://blog.chron.com/ultimateastros/2014/08/25/castro-perfects-catching-craft-with-variety-of-methods/

Beckham first suffered the hamstring in spring workouts, and it lingered into the summer. He missed nearly the entire training camp and will not be playing in any of the preseason games, putting the LSU star way behind the curve for his rookie season. The Giants selected Beckham with the No. 8 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.
Source: http://www.sbnation.com/fantasy-football-draft-strategy-rankings-lineup/2014/8/25/6067553/odell-beckham-jr-injury-fantasy-football-giants-wide-receivers

Why won't the Yankees pursue Cuban talent? - Yahoo Sports

It was also announced that money from a JAG grant award would be used to purchase body cameras for the cars of the Cleveland Police Department. Barrett Painter Will Be Cleveland City Judge Cleveland attorney Barrett Painter was appointed to the position of city judge by the Cleveland City Council on Monday afternoon. He will replace the late Judge Bill Moss. He will be officially sworn in on Sept. 8. He said of Judge Moss' reputation for fairness, "I hope I can follow in his footsteps." During the meeting, awards were also given out to three firefighters ...
Source: http://www.chattanoogan.com/2014/8/25/283036/Barrett-Painter-Will-Be-Cleveland-City.aspx

Without top flight opponents to judge players against,Serie Nacional stats are hardly meaningful. There's been speculation clicking here that the Yankees' luxury tax situation might be to blame for their shyness. Theoretically, Castillo's deal with Boston could have cost New York as much as $108 million if they stay above the tax threshold and at the maximum tax rate for the next seven years, but that's true of anyone they plan on signing, Cuban or not. Roster flexibility is also an issue.
Source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/why-wont-yankees-pursue-cuban-230003506.html



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