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20.03.2019 07:53
was time for a new voice.Tampa Bay is hitting an AL-low .243 this season. The Rays are 22nd in Major League Baseball in runs sco Antworten

The Tampa Bay Rays have fired hitting coach Derek Shelton and replaced him with minor league hitting instructor Chad Mottola.?Rays president of baseball operations Matt Silverman praised Shelton for his energy and work ethic, but said the team felt it was time for a new voice.Tampa Bay is hitting an AL-low .243 this season. The Rays are 22nd in Major League Baseball in runs scored, 27th in batting average and 16th in OPS.I was surprised that it happened, especially during the season, with a month left, Shelton said, according to the Tampa Bay Times.They wanted a new message. And they made a decision they wanted someone else to be in charge of the offense.The Rays rank near the top in the majors with a plus-53 run differential since the All-Star break.Were actually swinging the bats better, theres some guys showing signs of doing things we though they could do and there are some guys having really good years, Shelton said, according to the newspaper. So I think the timing of it was surprising.Tampa is currently last in the AL Central, 18? games out of first place. Since making the playoffs in 2013, the Rays have back-to-back fourth-place finishes.The 46-year-old Shelton has been the Rays hitting coach since 2009.Mottola, 44, was the Blue Jays hitting coach in 2013. He played parts of five major league seasons with the Reds, Blue Jays, Marlins and Orioles. ?Chad has worked with players throughout the organization for several years now, and we are excited for the perspectives and experiences he will bring to this role, Silverman said, according to the Times.Information from The Associated Press was used in this report. Wholesale NFL Store . Manuel was offered a position the day he was fired. He accepted earlier this week and the team made the announcement Friday. Discount NFL Jerseys . U.S. District Judge Lorna G. Schofield in Manhattan agreed that lawyers on both sides could make their formal requests by Nov. 8. 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WHOS WHO AND WHATS NEW IN THE W-LEAGUEADELAIDE UNITEDCoach: Hussein SkenderovicLast season: 5thThe Lady Reds are still chasing finals football and have signed leagues first Brazilian player to help. Defender Monica Hickmann Alves brings big-game nous to an outfit thats undergone yet another rebuild. Young Matildas Alex Chidiac, Emily Condon and Grace Abbey headline a youthful squad boosted by expert campaigner Racheal Quigley. Skenderovic has also signed American trio Danny Colaprico, Sofia Huerta, and Katie Naughton.BRISBANE ROARCoach: Mel AndreattaLast season: 4th, semi-finalistsIf Brisbane model this season on any match it should be the semi-final, when they became the only side to hold Melbourne City scoreless in regulation time before falling on penalties. Despite a contractual dispute, stalwarts Clare Polkinghorne, Tameka Butt, Katrina Gorry and Angela Beard have re-signed, while new faces include Matildas goalkeeper Mackenzie Arnold, Danish defender Nina Frausing-Pedersen and US midfielder Maddy Evans.CANBERRA UNITEDCoach: Rae DowerLast season: 2nd, semi-finalistsAmerican recruits Jasmyne Spencer and Celeste Boureille bring plenty of punch to an attack already boasting Matildas striker Michelle Heyman and Julie Dolan Medal winner Ashleigh Sykes. Defence, meanwhile, is a work in progress as Emma Checker continues her recovery from an ACL tear, though Japan World Cup-winner Yukari Kinga will add experience. Expect to see Heyman try her hand in attacking midfield behind Spencer.MELBOURNE CITYCoach: Joe MontemurroLast season: Premiers and championsLast seasons runaway winners have targets on their backs as rivals clamber to catch up with the leagues newest and richest club. The loss of mercurial Matildas co-captain Lisa De Vanna and Scottish gun Kim Little takes the shine off Citys front third. But Welsh midfielder Jess Fishlocks retention is a coup, as is snaring Erika Tymrak on loan from Kansas City and poaching Matildas goalkeeper Lydia Williams from Canberra United.MELBOURNE VICTORYCoach: Jeff HopkinsLast season: 9thAfter a shocking season with just seven points from 12 games, Victory are rather hoping that former Brisbane title-winning coach Hopkins can inject a winning mentality back into the squuad.dddddddddddd English striker Natasha Dowie is on board, as are goalkeeper Bianca Henninger and fellow American, defender Samantha Johnson. The rebuild is evident but dont expect any finals action this time.NEWCASTLE JETSCoach: Craig DeansLast season: 6thAfter finishing just three points outside the finals but with the least number of goals, the Jets priority has understandably been hiring a gun striker. They reckon theyve hit the jackpot with American Jen Hoy, who replaces Tara Andrews and has pace to burn. In another promising sign for the Hunter-based club, Deans has proven he can hold onto big players by retaining Chloe Logarzo after her breakout year with the Matildas.PERTH GLORYCoach: Bobby DespotovskiLast season: 8thSam Kerr has finally recovered from her long-term foot injury and is itching to get started alongside American Vanessa DiBernardo, who was honoured for scoring last seasons goal of the year. Expect Glory to hit the back of the net more often. Defence has been the weak link though Mexican international Arianna Romero will help solve that problem with assistance from midfield recruit Alyssa Mautz.SYDNEY FCCoach: Daniel BarrettLast season: 3rd, grand finalistsPledging to spend the whole salary cap, Sydney are on the verge of unveiling a South American import. Not that the teams local expertise is lacking. 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