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01.05.2019 14:37
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NEW YORK -- The New York Yankees are bringing back Larry Rothschild for his seventh season as pitching coach.The Yankees said Friday that Rothschild has a one-year contract for 2017. On Wednesday, general manager Brian Cashman said working out a deal with Rothschild was on his to-do list.The 62-year-old Rothschild will be entering his 43rd season in pro ball as a player, coach or manager. He pitched seven games for Detroit in 1981-82.New York set a single-season team record with 1,393 strikeouts this year. The Yankees went 84-78 and missed the playoffs.Cheap Air Jordan 12 . The Barrie Colts defenceman, who impressed many with his play for Canada at the World Junior Hockey Championship, is the top-ranked skater in the February rankings. He has 19 goals and 24 assists for 43 points in 45 games with the Colts this season. Cheap Jordan 12 Ireland . Kiriasis and brakeman Franziska Fritz finished two runs in one minute 55.41 seconds -- a mere 0.01 seconds ahead of Meyers and Lolo Jones, who likely bolstered her Olympic hopes by helping give USA-1 a huge push in the second heat. . Numbers Game examines the deal that sees Michael Del Zotto and Kevin Klein switch places. The Predators Get: D Michael Del Zotto. Air Jordan Retro 12 Ireland . "I wrote 36 on my sheet at the beginning of the game," the Cincinnati coach said, referring the yard line the ball would need to be snapped from. Air Jordan Retro 12 Wholesale . Brazilian national coach Luiz Felipe Scolari has confirmed that the veteran goalkeeper is set to join Toronto on loan, saying it will help him be ready for the World Cup.Washington moved into fourth in the College Football Playoff rankings, putting the four remaining unbeaten teams from the Power Five conferences at the top of the selection committees second top 25.Alabama, Clemson and Michigan still hold the top three spots.The committees first ranking of the season caused a bit of a stir because the unbeaten Huskies were behind Texas A&M last week. The Aggies then went out and lost at Mississippi State to clear up the mini-controversy.Ohio State is behind Washington at fifth.It was a small margin between No. 4 and No. 5, committee chairman Kirby Hocutt said.Hocutt, who is the athletic director at Texas Tech, said last week that A&M was ahead of Washington because of the Aggies superior schedule strength. That left open the possibility that Ohio State would jump the Huskies for the same reason after the Buckeyes pounded Nebraska on Saturday.Hocutt said a big difference was A&Ms only loss was to Alabama whereas Ohio States one loss was to 10th-ranked Penn State.But more than anything its the consistency that weve seen week in and week out with Washington, Hocutt said.The Buckeyes are still in fine shape. Ohio State plays Michigan on Nov. 26 in a game that could decide the Big Tens East division.Louisville moved up a spot to sixth, followed by Wisconsin at seven and Texas A&M at eight and Auburn at nine.CHAOS THEORYIf chaos is what you crave down the stretch of the college football season, these last few weeks are set to leave you feeling less than satisfied.For sure, none of the teams in the latest top four are safe. Weird stuff happens. What mitigates the chances for real chaos is the firewall the top three teams, and to some extent Washington, has created. Alabama (vs. Mississippi State), Clemson (vs. Pitt) and Michigan (at Iowa) could all lose this weekend and still they would be fine to reach the final four if they win out and become conference champions. Washington would likely be in more trouble than the rest with a loss to Southern California on Saturday, but far from out.The potential for chaos is also limited by the teams lurking behind No. 6 Louisville (8-1). All nine teams ranked from seven to 15 have already lost twice. There was only one 7-2 in the committees top 15 at this point last season.For years, the folks who supported and fought for preserving the BCS beat to death one particular point: A playoff would devalue the regular season.dddddddddddd. Well, they were right, but thats not such a bad thing. The pressure that comes with a system that is so unforgiving takes some of the drama out of late-season games, but the trade-off makes up for it. More teams are in the mix and more games matter. Losses are not quite so catastrophic, but they do create new possibilities and heighten tension.And, of course, in the end the playoff produces a truer champion.THE FIELDFour of these nine teams will almost certainly make the College Football Playoff: Alabama, Clemson, Michigan, Washington, Ohio State, Louisville, Wisconsin, Auburn and No. 16 West Virginia. Heres where they stand.TOTAL CONTROLAlabamaClemsonMichiganWashingtonOhio StateAuburnWin out, get in the playoff. Simple. Barring a significant upset in the next couple weeks Alabama-Auburn and Michigan-Ohio State on Nov. 26 might as well be early round playoff games.SOME CONTROLWisconsinWest VirginiaThe Badgers and Mountaineers would be very much in the mix if they win out and win their conferences, but would still need some help.NO CONTROLLouisvilleWith the Cardinals chance to win the Atlantic Coast Conference at slim to none, the best Louisville can do is win out and hope the upsets start piling up.SORT OF STILL IN ITPenn StateNo. 12 ColoradoNo. 14 UtahNo. 23 Washington StateUnranked FloridaThe Nittany Lions need two losses from Michigan to reach the Big Ten championship game, but they do hold the tiebreaker on Ohio State. The Utes, Buffaloes and Cougars could all still win the Pac-12 at 11-2, which at least gets them a look if there are conference championship game upsets.Dont laugh at the Gators. If Florida wins out it would be 10-2 with victories against LSU, Florida State and maybe Alabama to win the SEC championship. OK, yeah, you can laugh a little.THE REST OF THE BIG 12No. 11 Oklahoma and No. 13 Oklahoma State both have two losses and could win the Big 12, but there is no reason to think the Big 12 is getting a two-loss team in the playoff without some madness down the stretch.---Follow Ralph D. Russo at ' ' '



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