Nathan Eovaldi to be Red Sox closer upon return from IL, report says

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first_img MLB wrap: Josh Bell’s 3 home runs help Pirates demolish Cubs Before he was sent to the IL, Eovaldi posted a 6.00 ERA in 21 innings pitched across four starts.Right now, Boston’s bullpen ERA is 4.37, but the past two weeks have seen the group post a 6.18 ERA with eight blown saves in June. It’s the second-highest ERA and most lost games of any team in the league in that time span. Related News The report noted that Eovaldi will serve as a “traditional” closer and will not share the role with other relievers. The move of Eovaldi to the bullpen benefits both the pitcher and the Red Sox — Eovaldi gets to return to the mound sooner than expected because he won’t have to stretch out over multiple innings on a rehab assignment and the Red Sox will have a steady closer as the team tries to rectify its bullpen.center_img David Ortiz shooting was a hit gone wrong, police say The Red Sox are looking at Nathan Eovaldi to help fix with their bullpen woes.The right-hander has been on the 60-day injury list since April 20 after undergoing elbow surgery. According to NESN , he’s expected to be ready to pitch again after the All-Star Break, where he will be used in the bullpen at first.last_img read more


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first_imgMAVERICKS COLUMN: Following on from the last column on “talking to your barber”, although men primarily come in to Mavericks to get their hair cut, a hot towel shave or a beard trim, we are often asked by our customers for advice on their skin.So to help out the men of Donegal Daily, we have compiled a basic Q&A on skin care for men. How does men’s skin differ from that of women?Men’s skin tends to be both thicker and oilier. This extra lubrication is essential for beard growth and helps to counterbalance the ravages of time, protecting the skin and acting as a natural wrinkle-reducer. Despite the benefits, having excess skin oil does have a downside – when the oil combines with dirt and dead cells, it can clog the pores causing spots.What happens to the skin as men age?Skin changes dramatically as you age. During puberty, when a man’s hormones are kicking into high gear, the body produces more sebum (oil). However, as men get older, oil production in the skin reduces and moisturisers with age-defying ingredients are needed to nourish, hydrate and help combat the skin’s aging process. The sun…friend or foe?While sunshine may lift your spirits the odd time we get it around the hills of Donegal, it does nothing but harm the skin. Exposure to the sun’s damaging UV rays is one of the leading causes of premature skin aging and also puts you at greater risk of developing skin cancer. Dermatologists suggest that, regardless of skin type, a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15 is essential for year-round use.What is exfoliation and why do I need to do it?Skin produces cells that continually renew themselves. Exfoliation helps rid the skin of the dead cells that build up on its surface. Scrubs containing granules gently buff away impurities and dead surface cells, stimulating skin renewal and revitalising the complexion without any redness or flaking.What products should I use for shaving?When wet shaving, a lot of men try to cut corners and use cheap aerosol shaving foams and gels. The vast majority of these products contain additional chemicals that irritate the skin as opposed to soothing it. To create their texture, they are also heavily aerated, creating insufficient lubrication between the razor and skin. The best products to use are shaving oils or, better again, are the old fashioned shaving soaps or creams. Prorasso has a range of shaving soaps and creams which are second to none. When used correctly they result in the smoothest shave achievable. We use the Prorasso range ourselves for the hot towel shave and it is also available to buy in Mavericks. Anyone who has tried it, hasn’t looked back. Under eye cream: Is it for men?Check out any photo of yourself that’s at least five years old and you’ll no doubt see far more significant changes in the eye area than in any other area of your face. The skin under the eye is extremely delicate, and as you age, it gets thinner, making it extremely susceptible to wrinkles. It’s especially important to feed the vulnerable under-eye area with a nutrient-packed, super-hydrating, under-eye cream. Start today – even if you’re only in your twenties – for results you can see like fine lines beginning to diminish.I hope this helps and gives you an insight on how to slow down the clock.For any more advice on skin care for men just contact us on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Maverick-Traditional-Barbershop-1544230652533677/?fref=ts or call into Mavericks Traditional Barbershop, Lower Main Street, Letterkenny. ARE YOU A MAVERICK? TOP TIPS ON GOOD SKINCARE FOR MEN was last modified: February 23rd, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:AdviceBusinesscolumnMAVERICKSnewsQ&ASkincarelast_img read more


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first_img Midwest Regional Central Story Links Live Results With nine states making up the Midwest Region, Drake will see stiff competition from a deep field vying for a potential spot in the NCAA field. Print Friendly Version The Midwest Regionals, along with the other regional championships conducted throughout the country, determine which teams and athletes qualify to compete in the NCAA Championships set to take place next weekend in Louisville, Ky. The top two teams from each region and the top four individuals not on qualifying teams from each region will advance to the NCAA Championships. The women’s 6K is set to begin at 10:45 a.m. followed by the men’s 10K to begin at 11:45 a.m. Both races are scheduled to take place at the Iowa State Cross Country Course. The men’s team was led last week by freshman Maximilian Fridrich (Salzburg, Austria) who finished fifth at the MVC Cross Country Championships with an 8K time of 25:00.9. Fridrich was also named MVC Freshman of the Year. Sophomores Kyle Brandt (Maple Grove, Minn.) and Matt Cozine (Mt. Prospect, Ill.) also recorded top-20 finishes. As a team the Bulldogs finished fifth at the MVC Championships, the school’s best finish since 2012. Senior Bailee Cofer (Overland Park, Kan.) led the women’s team with a 5K time of 17:59.4. Cofer finished 15th and earned All-MVC honorable mention honors and a spot on the MVC Scholar-Athlete Team. The Drake University men’s and women’s cross country teams are set to appear at the annual NCAA Midwest Regional Championships on Friday, Nov. 10 in Ames, Iowa.last_img read more