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d at the European Masters, as his 3-under 67 took him to 5-under 205 overall in Crans Montana, Switzerland on Saturday. Arjun At Antworten

Rashid Khan had a second successive under-par round at the European Masters, as his 3-under 67 took him to 5-under 205 overall in Crans Montana, Switzerland on Saturday. Arjun Atwal, who was the other Indian to make the cut for the event co-commissioned by the European Tour and the Asian Tour, ended his round at 1-under 209. Scott Hend of Australia was leading overnight with 13-under 197.Rashid began with bogeys on the 540-yard par-four 1st and the 191-yard par-three 3rd,but was able to recover these shots with birdies on the 331-yard par-four 7th and the 649-yard par-five 9th.His back nine performance maintained that momentum, with birdies on the 406-yard par-four 10th, 417-yard par-four 12th, 195-yard par-three 13th and the 516-yard par-five 15th. He did drop a shot on the 216-yard par-three 11th, though, and finished the day at tied-25th.Earlier in the day, Atwal began with a bogey on the 540-yard par-four 1st, but then scored a hat trick of birdies on the 503-yard par-four 4th, the 343-yard par-four 5th and the 324-yard par-four 6th. He gained two further strokes on the 649-yard par-five 9th and the 406-yard par-four 10th, that took him to 4-under for the day.The 216-yard par-three 11th produced a double bogey and then he dropped a further shot on the 417-yard par-four 12th, before sinking a birdie on the 195-yard par-three 13th. Atwal would then shoot another bogey on the par-three 16th, to finish at 1-under both for the day and overall, leading into the final round. Atwal lies tied-53rd after 54 holes. Air Jordan 1 Baratas España . Pierce was ejected in the third quarter of Indianas 103-86 win Monday. George Hill stole a bad pass and was going in for a layup, and Pierce hustled back and appeared to be trying to wrap him up. Air Jordan 1 Baratas . This should be celebrated because it will not always be this way. With the amount of money given to players by their clubs these days, it is a wonder that so many of those teams allow the sport to continue to take away many of their assets so they can play for a different team in the middle of their season. . -- Five former Kansas City Chiefs players who were on the team between 1987 and 1993 filed a lawsuit Tuesday claiming the team hid and even lied about the risks of head injuries during that time period when there was no collective bargaining agreement in place in the NFL. Air Jordan 1 Baratas Rebajas . Ibaka equaled a career high with 20 rebounds, adding four blocked shots and 15 points as the Thunder smothered the Milwaukee Bucks offence in a 92-79 victory Saturday night. Air Jordan 1 España Baratas .1 million pounds ($61.2 million) on Saturday, giving the beleaguered English Premier League champions a major lift. The collective baseball minds at ESPN have determined that only 20 players in the history of Major Baseball have been better than Alex Rodriguez.According to, the online encyclopedia of the sport, that encompasses some 18,485 players who have appeared in at least one major league game.And yet, a case can be made that A-Rod was better than that, better statistically than at least two of the hitters ranked ahead of him -- Ken Griffey Jr. and Joe DiMaggio --?and perhaps more than that, given that only three players in history have hit more home runs than Rodriguezs 696 or driven in more runs than his 2,084 and only nine had a higher career OPS than his .932.Rodriguezs career WAR of 118.3 is higher than that of all but eight position players. It is nearly 10 points higher than that of Mickey Mantle and six points higher than that of Lou Gehrig. It is 35 points higher than that of Griffey Jr., his former teammate on the Seattle Mariners, who sits higher in our rankings, despite retiring with 66 fewer home runs, 248 fewer RBIs and a career batting average 11 points lower than A-Rods .295.That brings us to the essential problem with, and the tragedy of, Alexander Emmanuel Rodriguez. No one knows how good he was or is or could have been because of what he once termed the pink elephant in the room.That curious animal, of course, was a euphemism for performance-enhancing drug violations, a crime against baseball that Rodriguez has copped to twice. And that is why, despite his incredible numbers on a baseball field, his number in our all-time rankings is a bit lower than you might expect.Rodriguezs misdeeds off the field left many voters scratching their heads over where he belongs in baseball history and how many of his gaudy numbers can be trusted.?I wrote a column about this in June 2015 on thee occasion of his 3,000th hit.dddddddddddd It is worth reading again, if only to remind us of what Rodriguez is and, more importantly, what he might have been.Interestingly, strong indications of PED use were not enough to work against Barry Bonds or Roger Clemens, who finished ahead of A-Rod. In both cases, the numbers are both too impressive to ignore and too ridiculous to fully trust -- for me, anyway.For some reason, A-Rods numbers did not work in his favor the same way. Perhaps after he retires and another 20 or so home runs are added to his total, a younger and presumably more permissive generation will see fit to rank him higher. Maybe hell even, along with Bonds and Clemens, get serious consideration for the Hall of Fame, which at one time seemed to be the destination of all three.There are other curiosities in the final voting, some of them no doubt generational. Were Pedro Martinez and Greg Maddux really better pitchers than Bob Gibson and Tom Seaver? Was Mike Piazza, at No. 99, truly one of the 100 greatest ball players who ever lived? Was Griffey Jr. really a better player, by a considerable margin, than Rodriguez? Clearly, our voters put more trust in Griffeys numbers than in those of A-Rod, who bests him in virtually every offensive category.Arguments such as that are what make lists such as this so popular and entertaining. Theyre the reason these polls will be done again and again by numerous outlets. No doubt, ESPN will do another one sometime in the future.When we do, it will be interesting to note what a future generation sees when it looks at Rodriguezs career. Greatness? Artifice?Or simply an unsolvable mystery, which, it seems, is how many of us view him now. ' ' '



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