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China county in lockdown as fears grow over second wave of virus

first_imgJia county in central Henan province said in a social media post Wednesday that it was tightening restrictions on villages and residential compounds, and was not allowing people to enter or leave their homes without the relevant authorization.Employees will also need permits issued by their companies in order to go to work, and vehicles can only be used on alternate days depending on their number plates.The latest rules were introduced after a woman who visited Jia county tested positive for the deadly virus following interactions with an asymptomatic doctor during her visit.Although new cases have dwindled in China and its central Hubei province at the epicenter of the outbreak, concerns have been growing over a fresh wave of infections from overseas or asymptomatic carriers. The country has in recent weeks started publishing data on a growing number of imported cases — mostly returning Chinese nationals — and on Wednesday started releasing figures on asymptomatic cases.On Thursday, the National Health Commission reported 55 new asymptomatic patients, and it now has 1,075 asymptomatic cases remaining under medical observation. Of this number, 226 were imported.Concerns over a resurgence of the deadly pathogen in China have led to a choppy return to regular life, with some cities re-introducing restrictions after easing rules.Top tourist attractions in China’s financial center Shanghai closed just weeks after reopening, including the Shanghai Tower — the world’s second-tallest building — and indoor attractions such as the Oriental Pearl Tower, Shanghai Ocean Aquarium and Madam Tussauds.Over the weekend, Chinese media reported that Sichuan province shut entertainment spots such as karaoke venues again as well, after a brief reopening. A Chinese county of around 600,000 residents has gone into lockdown after a woman who visited the area tested positive for the coronavirus, underscoring concerns over a second wave of domestic infections.The tightening comes as China reported 35 new confirmed cases on Thursday, drastically down from the peak of the crisis.But they were all imported, bringing the tally of such cases to 841 and adding to fears about infections brought in from overseas.center_img Topics :last_img read more

Governor Wolf Announces Expansion of Clarion Sintered Metals in Elk County, Creation of 55 New Jobs

first_img August 18, 2017 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Economy,  Jobs That Pay,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Today, Governor Tom Wolf announced Clarion Sintered Metals (CSM), a powdered metal company primarily serving the automotive component industry, will expand both of its facilities in Ridgway, Elk County, and create 55 new Pennsylvania jobs.“It’s great to see yet another manufacturer expanding right here in Pennsylvania,” Governor Wolf said. “Clarion Sintered Metals is not only creating 55 new manufacturing jobs with this project, but it is retaining a further 262, meaning it will remain a boon to the Elk County community for years to come. When strong manufacturers choose to grow in the commonwealth, it’s a win for the company, it’s a win for Pennsylvania, and it’s a win for our workers.”CSM currently operates in two facilities: a main plant and a second facility within a mile of the main plant. CSM plans to construct a total of over 60,000 square feet in the facilities that will enable the company to better meet current demand and future growth projections. The company has committed to investing at least $6,180,000 into the project, which will create 55 new jobs over the next three years and retain 262 more.“Clarion Sintered Metals is honored to receive the support of the Governor’s Action Team,” said Dave Bosnik, vice president of operations at CSM. “This award will impact the future business growth of CSM and will allow us to bring additional jobs to Elk County.”CSM received a funding proposal from the Department of Community and Economic Development for a $110,000 Pennsylvania First grant and $110,000 in Job Creation Tax Credits to be issued following the creation of the new jobs. The company has also been encouraged to apply for a $1,890,000 low-interest loan from the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority.The project was coordinated by the Governor’s Action Team, an experienced group of economic development professionals who report directly to the governor and work with businesses that are considering locating or expanding in Pennsylvania.Clarion Sintered Metals specializes in the manufacture of high volume, ferrous-based powdered metal components. It provides high-quality structural parts to the automotive, lawn and garden, agricultural, and industrial markets. CSM also offers complete engineering and design assistance including raw material recommendations.For more information about the Governor’s Action Team or DCED, visit Governor Wolf Announces Expansion of Clarion Sintered Metals in Elk County, Creation of 55 New Jobslast_img read more

Dutch pension funds keen to ramp up infrastructure allocations

first_imgDutch pension funds are keen to increase their allocations to infrastructure significently in the near future, according to some of the largest asset managers in the Netherlands. APG, PGGM, MN and Blue Sky Group – with combined assets under management of more than €600bn – have noted a growing interest in the alternative asset class, with individual clients willing to increase their allocations by up to 100%.Ron Boots, head of European infrastructure at the €346bn APG, said: “Most of our clients have an allocation of approximately 2%, but they have allowed us to raise their holdings to 3%, or even more if opportunities arise.”APG – the provider of civil service scheme ABP – has invested approximately €5bn in total under a worldwide mandate, but focuses on Europe and the US. It has recently established an infrastructure team in its New York office.Both APG and the €153bn PGGM said they targeted not only roads but also water companies, sustainable energy, power and gas grids, as well as telecommunications infrastructure, and aimed at returns of between 7% and 10%.The two largest asset managers, which started investing in infrastructure 10 years ago, made clear that they were gradually moving away from indirect investments to individual projects, to drive down costs and increase their grip on the investments, including their respective duration. They cited a stable long-term cashflow, managers’ expertise and an inflation link as their main selection criteria.According to Henk Huizing, PGGM’s head of infrastructure, its five clients with existing investments have indicated that they want to more than double their current holdings of approximately €3.5bn.He said PGGM was very pleased with its unique joint venture with building company BAM for the construction and co-financing of Europe-wide projects.“We have almost used up the committed €400m,” he added.PGGM identified the risk of government policy changes as one of the most important pitfalls for investing in infrastructure.“For example, our participation in a Spanish solar energy project suffered from a decision to a restrospective subsidy decrease,” Huizing said.The €90bn asset manager MN has invested €600m in infrastructure for 10 pension funds, including the large metal schemes PMT and PME.The clients wished to review their current and limited allocation of approximately 1% through indirect investments, said fund managers Sebastiaan Ranner and Jeroen Reijnoudt, who added that MN was also looking into the option of co-investment to cut costs.They underlined the importance of security and transparancy as well as sound SRI credentials of new investments.All managers indicated that they were interested in increasing local investments, but stressed that this would always depend on the right risk/return profile and sufficient scale.They also cited the promise of public private partnerships.Ranner and Reijnoudt also said MN would avoid emerging markets for the forseeable future, as it deemed the current risks too high and the markets and regulatory regimes too opaque. The €16bn asset manager Blue Sky Group (BSG) said it was looking into the possibility of starting infrastructure investments, “as infrastructure funds now offer more variation in both duration and strategies”.Currently, it manages a limited portfolio as part of existing portfolios of pensions funds that placed their asset management with BSG, according to Marleen Bosma-Verhaegh, its senior fund manager real estate.last_img read more

UK government guidance alters pooling course ‘for better’ – LAPFF

first_imgIt also welcomed added emphasis on the role of the Scheme Advisory Board (SAB) and its being given new responsibilities, saying that a stronger SAB would “support member-direction over the pace and nature of change being undertaken through pooling”.Quinn said: “[We] is pleased to note the guidance reflects several of the key concerns exercising LAPFF member funds over the last few months about the direction of travel that pooling was taking. This new guidance alters that course for the better.”The LAPFF also said the guidance made two “very important” new points with respect to ESG, namely the requirement for the LGPS to commit to the Financial Reporting Council’s Stewardship Code, and to have a policy on corporate governance and voting.“This closes the door on those who have ignored their responsibilities by assuming that not having a policy is acceptable,” the association said. New guidance on investment regulations shows the UK government as having heeded local government pension scheme concerns about asset pooling, according to the Local Authority Pension Fund Forum (LAPFF).The association welcomed the guidance published last week by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) for local government pension schemes (LGPS), saying it shows the government to be in “listening mode”.Kieran Quinn, chair of the LAPFF and of the Greater Manchester Pension Fund (GMPF), said: “The real value of this new guidance is that it reflects many of the views submitted to the government by funds about the challenges facing their plans for pooling and the new investment frontiers for local authority pension funds.”The LAPFF praised the guidance on pension fund governance in the pooling context, particularly the renewed emphasis on the autonomous role of pension funds and the need for pools to be accountable to their individual member funds.last_img read more

Cummins executive named to Duke Energy board

first_imgPlainfield, In. — Duke Energy’s board of directors today announced the appointment of Marya Rose – chief administrative officer at Cummins Inc. – as a new board member, effective March 1, 2019.Cummins Inc. is a global technology leader based in Indiana that designs, manufactures, distributes and services a broad portfolio of reliable clean power solutions – including diesel, natural gas, hybrid, electric, and other non-traditional power sources.Rose – a member of Cummins’ executive leadership team – oversees nine global functions at the company: communications, marketing, government relations, ethics and compliance, enterprise risk management, facilities, security, corporate responsibility, and shared services.“Marya Rose brings strong leadership experience in a wide range of key corporate functions at a highly respected company known for growth and innovation,” said Lynn Good, Duke Energy’s chairman, president and CEO. “We’re excited to have her join Duke Energy’s board during this transformative time for our company, and we look forward to her contributions.”Including Rose, women now comprise 25 percent of Duke Energy’s board members (four of 16).Rose will join two board committees: compensation committee, and regulatory policy and operations committee.She was named Cummins’ chief administrative officer in 2011, after serving as general counsel and corporate secretary for 10 years.As Cummins’ general counsel, Rose transformed the legal function from a U.S. organization to a global one, with lawyers in China, India, Brazil, Mexico, Europe, Australia and Africa. As corporate secretary, she advised Cummins’ board on shareholder strategy.Prior to joining Cummins, Rose served two Indiana governors and practiced law in Indianapolis.She has held leadership positions on the boards of several nonprofit organizations, including Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, the Indianapolis Museum of Art (now Newfields), Hoosier Women Forward, and 16 Tech.Rose holds a law degree from Indiana University-Indianapolis (now the McKinney School of Law), and a bachelor’s degree in political economy from Williams College.last_img read more

Montana State looks to sweep Sac State

first_imgMontana State looks to sweep Sac State Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditMontana State (14-13, 8-8) vs. Sacramento State (14-12, 7-10)The Hornets Nest, Sacramento, California; Thursday, 10:05 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Sacramento State seeks revenge on Montana State after dropping the first matchup in Bozeman. The teams last met on Dec. 28, when the Bobcats shot 42.4 percent from the field while limiting Sacramento State’s shooters to just 34 percent en route to a 15-point victory. For more AP college basketball coverage: and was generated by Automated Insights,, using data from STATS LLC, February 26, 2020center_img STEPPING UP: Sacramento State’s Joshua Patton has averaged 12.9 points, 5.4 rebounds and two blocks while Izayah Mauriohooho-Le’afa has put up 10 points. For the Bobcats, Harald Frey has averaged 16.7 points, 4.5 rebounds and 4.7 assists while Amin Adamu has put up 12.2 points and 5.4 rebounds.FREY IS A FORCE: Frey has connected on 33.3 percent of the 162 3-pointers he’s attempted and has made 4 of 17 over the last three games. He’s also made 87.7 percent of his free throws this season.SLIPPING AT 71: Montana State is 0-9 when it allows at least 71 points and 14-4 when it holds opponents to less than 71.LONG-RANGE THREAT: Montana State’s Adamu has attempted 29 3-pointers and has connected on 20.7 percent of them.DID YOU KNOW: The Sacramento State defense has allowed only 58.8 points per game to opponents this season, ranking the Hornets sixth among Division I teams. The Montana State offense has averaged 67.3 points through 27 games (ranked 248th, nationally).___ Associated Press last_img read more

Update on the latest in sports:

first_imgThe leagues made the announcement in a joint statement Monday night.The leagues said they made the decision “after consultation with infectious disease and public health experts.” They say the changes will be temporary and that media will still have access to players.COLLEGE BASKETBALL POLLKansas retains top spotUNDATED (AP) — Kansas maintained its grip on the No. 1 ranking in The Associated Press men’s college basketball poll. Premier Giuseppe Conte announces that games and travel will be banned nationwide through April 3. That includes games in the country’s top soccer division and preparatory events for the Tokyo Olympics. Serie A has not been canceled since World War II.Events around the world have been affected by the spreading virus. The BNP Paribas Open, set to begin this week in the California desert, won’t be played as scheduled after a case of the virus was confirmed in the Coachella Valley. The announcement to cancel the tennis tournament in Indian Wells, California, came after many players were already in the desert practicing. Qualifying matches were to begin Monday, with women’s main draw matches starting Wednesday and the men’s draw beginning Thursday.French police say the Champions League match between Paris Saint-Germain and Borussia Dortmund at Parc des Princes will be played without fans. It is the second of the four matches in the competition this week to be played in an empty stadium.The virus also forced the postponement of the Six Nations rugby match between France and Ireland. French sports minister Roxana Maracineanu says the decision was taken after discussions with tournament organizers and the French rugby federation. Sharks, Red Wings extend defensemenUNDATED (AP) — The San Jose Sharks have signed defenseman Radim Simek to a four-year contract extension.Simek was set to become an unrestricted free agent this summer before the Sharks locked him up with the new deal worth a reported $9 million. The 27-year-old Simek made his debut with the Sharks last season. He has three goals and 15 assists in 88 career games. In other NHL news:The Detroit Red Wings have signed defenseman Alex Biega to a one-year contract extension. Biega was acquired by the Red Wings in an Oct. 6 trade with Vancouver. He has three points — all assists — in 48 games with Detroit this season. March 9, 2020 LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Clippers have signed free-agent center Joakim Noah.The 35-year-old two-time All-Star played 42 games with Memphis last season after agreeing to a buyout with the New York Knicks. Noah averaged 7.1 points, 2.1 assists and 5.7 rebounds for the Grizzlies.He’s been limited to 124 games since the end of the 2014-15 season in Chicago, which selected him with the ninth overall pick in the 2007 NBA draft.Noah was the NBA defensive player of the year in 2014. NHL NEWS — The Detroit Lions have announced their coaching staff for the 2020 season, including five new hires. Tyrone McKenzie is taking over as linebackers coach, Tony Carter has been hired as a defensive assistant, Morris Henry and Tom Kanavy are new assistant strength and conditioning coaches, and Ty Warren joins the team as part of the William Clay Ford minority coaching assistantship program. Detroit also announced three promotions: Josh Schuler was moved to head strength and conditioning coach. Steve Gregory was promoted to defensive backs coach and Ben Johnson to tight ends coach.— The NFL players’ union has extended the deadline for its members to vote on a new labor agreement with the league to Saturday night. The 32 NFL owners approved the deal last month. The NFL Players Association executive board then rejected it 6-5, but the player reps voted 17-14 in favor. A simple majority of the union membership is required to accept or reject the contract that would run through the 2030 season.VIRUS OUTBREAK-LOCKER ROOMSNBA, MLB, NHL, MLS closing locker rooms amid virus scareMIAMI (AP) — The NBA, NHL, Major League Baseball and Major League Soccer are closing access to locker rooms and clubhouses to all non-essential personnel in response to the coronavirus crisis. MLB-NEWSVerlander doesn’t expect to be ready for opening dayWEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Houston ace Justin Verlander has a mild strain of a back muscle and said it would “probably take a miracle” for him to pitch in the Astros’ opener at Oakland on March 26.The reigning AL Cy Young Award winner was hurt on his second-to-last pitch in Sunday’s exhibition game against the New York Mets. He had an MRI on Monday and was diagnosed with a strained latissimus dorsi muscle. There is not a timetable for his return.Verlander had a similar lat injury during spring training in 2015 and did not make his season debut until June 13.  Elsewhere around major league training camps:— Clayton Kershaw will start the Los Angeles Dodgers’ opener against the visiting San Francisco Giants on March 26. Kershaw will extend his franchise record for opening day starts to nine. His streak of consecutive opening day starts was stopped last year when he began the season on the injured list with left shoulder inflammation and was replaced by Hyun-Jin Ryu.— The Milwaukee Brewers will be paying Christian Yelich until 2042, when the All-Star outfielder is 50 years old. Yelich’s $215 million, nine-year contract with the team calls for Brewers to defer $4 million each year from his $26 million annual salary from 2022-28. The 28-year-old outfielder is a two-time All-Star and a one-time Gold Glove winner.— The Cleveland Indians and All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor have stopped talking about a contract extension. Lindor told The Athletic that the sides suspended talks so he can focus on the upcoming season. Lindor will make $17.5 million this season and he’s under the team’s control through 2021. Lindor has said he wants to stay in Cleveland, but it’s going to be hard for the Indians to hold onto him._ The Jayhawks received all 65 first-place votes to remain at the top for a third straight week. The past two weeks they have been the unanimous choice ahead of Gonzaga and Dayton.Florida State climbed three spots to No. 4 after winning its first Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season title. This is FSU’s highest ranking since sitting at No. 2 in December 1972.West Virginia and Butler were the week’s new additions. Michigan and Penn State fell out of the poll.NBA-CLIPPERS-NOAHClippers sign free-agent Noah The leagues made the announcement in a joint statement Monday night.The leagues said they made the decision “after consultation with infectious disease and public health experts.” They say the changes will be temporary and that media will still have access to players.SPORTS-VIRUS-OUTBREAKMore sporting events affected by spread of virusUNDATED (AP) — All sports in Italy will be halted because of the virus outbreak. In Buffalo, he is reunited with coach Sean McDermott, who served as Carolina’s defensive coordinator during Norman’s first four NFL seasons.In other NFL news:— New York Giants tight end Rhett Ellison has retired after eight seasons in the NFL. Ellison played at Southern California before being selected in the fourth-round of the 2012 draft by the Vikings. He spent five years in Minnesota before joining the Giants as a free agent in 2017. His 2019 season was cut short due to a concussion suffered against the Jets on Nov. 10. — The Las Vegas Raiders have released linebacker Tahir Whitehead after two seasons as a starter. The move saves the Raiders more than $6 million on the salary cap for 2020 as the team looks to overhaul a struggling defense. Whitehead was originally signed to a three-year, $19 million deal as a free agent in 2018 and started all 32 games with the Raiders the past two seasons.— The Atlanta Falcons have bolstered a position of need by agreeing to a one-year contract extension with defensive end Steven Means. The 29-year-old Means started four games in 2018 and had 14 tackles and one sack. He missed the 2019 season after suffering an Achilles tendon injury during organized team activities. HORSE RACING-DRUGSTrainers, vets among more than two dozen chargedNEW YORK (AP) — The trainer of champion Maximum Security is among more than two dozen people charged in what authorities describe as a widespread international scheme to drug horses to make them race faster.The charges against horse trainers, veterinarians and others were detailed in four indictments unveiled Monday in Manhattan federal court. Among them is trainer Jason Servis, whose stable includes last year’s 3-year-old champion Maximum Security. He was charged with administering performance-enhancing drugs to that horse and others.Authorities say the drugs can cause horses to overexert themselves, leading to heart issues or death. Update on the latest in sports: Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-LOCKER ROOMSNBA, MLB, NHL, MLS closing locker rooms amid virus scareMIAMI (AP) — The NBA, NHL, Major League Baseball and Major League Soccer are closing access to locker rooms and clubhouses to all non-essential personnel in response to the coronavirus crisis. NFL-NEWSNorman reportedly agrees to deal with BillsBUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Two people with knowledge of the decision tell The Associated Press that veteran cornerback Josh Norman has agreed to sign a one-year contract with the Buffalo Bills.The people spoke to The AP on Monday on the condition of anonymity because the signing has not been announced. NFL Network first reported the deal.  Norman is an eighth-year player who spent the past four seasons in Washington before being released last month. He struggled to play to high expectations and was cut with one season left on a five-year $75 million contract he signed in free agency in 2016. Maximum Security crossed the finish line first at the 2019 Kentucky Derby before being disqualified for interference and has since won four of his five high-profile races.last_img read more

Trojans look prepared at Tuesday’s practice

first_imgIn the wake of national criticism of head coach Steve Sarkisian’s inappropriate behavior at Salute to Troy, the Trojans are more focused than ever at practices. The team has put the incident behind them and is moving forward in preparation for Saturday’s game against Arkansas State.“I think this brought us closer together,” said quarterback Cody Kessler about Sarkisian’s action last week.The synchronization between the pace of the players, drills and music accentuate a team united. According to Sarkisian, practices like Tuesday’s are a competition. In 11 on 11 drills, the first team offense went head-to-head with the first team defense and the second teams were sprinkled in and out of drills to best utilize the deepest roster coach Sarkisian has had while at USC. While competing, all players are fighting to demonstrate to the coaching staff that they should be on the field to start Saturday’s game against Arkansas State.“You got to see the ones against the ones and the twos against the twos compete,” said Dan Weber, former coach and contributor, while observing Tuesday’s practice. “But the interesting thing with this team this year is that there is not much of a dropoff between the two. So when they are switching out it looks like a couple of sessions of ones versus ones.”In injury news, four players who Sark described as “very limited” Tuesday were Lamar Dawson (ribs), Justin Davis (ribs), Claude Pelon (knee) and Jordan Simmons (knee). Sarkisian said having them available would be a “bonus.” Nose tackle Antwaun Woods practiced with the first team with a large brace on his right arm. Freshman safety Ykili Ross (shoulder) was on the field and active but in a            non-contact yellow jersey. Tight end Taylor McNamara left practice early because of what Sarkisian described as lightheadedness.Coach Sarkisian did his part to create a more united and prepared football team Saturday when he announced that offensive coordinator Clay Helton would call the plays this upcoming season. In an attempt to allow Sarkisian more time and flexibility to better manage the defense and special teams, he is recruiting an Aussie Rugby-style punter, Chris Tilbey, who could be with the team the next four years. Guiding every facet of the team gives Sarkisian a chance to instill a more complete vision of how the Trojans will look this year.“I love calling plays — that’s what I do … how I got into this profession and worked my way through it,” Sarkisian said. “But I want to be a great head coach. I don’t want to set offensive records and finish 8-5 or 9-4. I want to win 13 games and 14 games.”Coach Helton called plays for USC when he was interim coach for the 2013 Las Vegas Bowl against Fresno State, a game the Trojans won, 45-20. It is his special relationship with Cody Kessler that has Trojan fans excited about what the two can do next year.“I have been with Kessler for seven years now,” Helton said.  “It is like having a coach on the field. It is really like he is reading my mind. Any time you have a fifth-year senior it is incredibly beneficial as a play-caller and an offensive coordinator.”Adding to the offense, coach Steve Sarkisian said all three freshmen tailbacks — Dominic Davis, Ronald Jones II and Aca’Cedric Ware — will play in Saturday’s opener against Arkansas State. Chad Wheeler has battled his way back from injury and will be getting the nod at starting offensive tackle Saturday.“I compete with these guys who work so hard day in and day out. And to be named the starter is an honor. I just can’t wait to get out there, ” Wheeler said.While Tuesday’s practice was surrounded by an aura of newness with the first game coming up and Helton being named the offensive play caller, the theme of practice hasn’t changed: finish. Since training camp opened for the USC Trojans, head coach Steve Sarkisian and his staff have implemented a “Finish Challenge” to avoid            end-of-game collapses. At the end of drills, players often turn up the energy. They run faster, hit harder and encourage the younger guys to do the same. It’s contagious. And it’s clear that players haven’t forgotten about the two last-minute losses from last season.“You get excited. I want to see our guys play,”  Sarkisian said. “I want to see what they look like after all the work. I want to see our offense, our defense and our special teams. I want to see some of our new players. I want to see the development of our veteran players from one season to the next. So yeah, I am as excited as anyone to hit.”last_img read more

Scotland Vs Nigeria:Police alerts FIFA over a possibility the match might have been fixed

first_imgNigeria’s SuperEagles is subject to another match fixing allegations with reports emerging that the proposed friendly game on Wednesday against Scotland could have been fixed.The police have already launched an investigation into the friendly game which will take place at the Fulham’s Craven Cottage,working on a tip-off over attempts to fix the game.It is understood that the United Kingdom’s National Crime Agency, have alerted world governing body FIFA over their findings with regards to a possibility that the game could be fixed.In preparations for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil,Nigeria will first play a friendly game against the Tartan Army before jetting out to the United States of America to continue with their camping exercise.World Cup warm-up matches are renowned to be targetted by match fixers acting on behalf of illegal betting syndicates in the Far East.Just last month,a Singaporean match fixer Wilson RajPerumal claimed that he fixed games that helped qualify Nigeria for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. FIFA has commenced investigations into those claims,and could sanction Nigeria if found guilty.last_img read more

Dodgers-Red Sox 2018 World Series schedule, game times, TV listings

first_img Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco THE 2018 WORLD SERIES SCHEDULE(Times listed are scheduled first pitch.)Tuesday, Oct. 23, Game 1: Dodgers at Red Sox, 5:09 p.m.  | TV: FOXWednesday, Oct. 24, Game 2: Dodgers at Red Sox, 5:09 p.m. | TV: FOXFriday, Oct. 26, Game 3: Red Sox at Dodgers, 5:09 p.m. | TV: FOX How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Note: Broadcast air times are 4:30 p.m. for every game except Game 5 (5 p.m.)More Dodgers coverage | Dodgers team pageRelated Articles Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start Saturday, Oct. 27: Game 4: Red Sox at Dodgers, 5:09 p.m. | TV: FOXSunday, Oct. 28, Game 5*: Red Sox at Dodgers, 5:15 p.m. | TV: FOXTuesday, Oct. 30, Game 6*: Dodgers at Red Sox, 5:09 p.m. | TV: FOXWednesday, Oct. 31, Game 7*: Dodgers at Red Sox, 5:09 p.m. | TV: FOX*if necessarylast_img read more