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Deutsche Chief: Bank is ‘Rock Solid’ Despite MBS Probes and Settlements

first_img The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Share Save Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, News February 10, 2016 1,331 Views Related Articles Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Tagged with: Deutsche Bank RMBS Settlements Sign up for DS News Daily About Author: Xhevrije West Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Subscribe Since the close of the financial crisis, Germany’s largest bank, Deutsche Bank, has faced several settlements related to violations of U.S. sanctions, rigging of interest-rate benchmarks, and allegations that it defrauded mortgage issuers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.Now, the bank is ready to resolve its legal and law enforcement problems that have occurred all over the world since the close of the financial crisis.As of today, the bank has paid over $9.3 billion in fines and legal settlements since 2008, according to a Bloomberg article.In addition to dealing with a variety mortgage-backed securities suits, Deutsche Bank is also facing an investigation by U.S. and U.K. authorities over whether its internal controls failed to catch some $10 billion in transactions that may have moved money out of Russia, Bloomberg reported.In August 2015, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans has revived a lawsuits filed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., accusing Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, and the Royal Bank of Scotland of fraud with regards to $840 million worth of mortgage-backed securities sold to a Texas bank that later failed, according to multiple media reports.In another case, in December 2013,  Deutsche Bank said it would pay $1.9 billion to settle claims that it defrauded Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in the sale of mortgage-backed securities before the 2008 financial crisis, according to an article from Reuters.”Today’s agreement marks another step in our efforts to resolve the bank’s legacy issues, and we intend to make further progress in this regard throughout 2014,” Co-Chief Executive Officers Juergen Fitschen and Anshu Jain said in a statement.In a note to employees, Co-CEO John Cryan said the bank is “absolutely rock solid”and has a plan to cover its legal costs. “I am personally investing time to resolve successfully and speedily open regulatory and legal cases. A small group of senior people, led by me, will focus on this.” Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Deutsche Chief: Bank is ‘Rock Solid’ Despite MBS Probes and Settlements Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Previous: Wells Fargo Faces Challenges to Start 2016 Next: DS News Webcast: Thursday 2/11/2016  Print This Post Deutsche Bank RMBS Settlements 2016-02-10 Brian Honea Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Deutsche Chief: Bank is ‘Rock Solid’ Despite MBS Probes and Settlements The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Xhevrije West is a talented writer and editor based in Dallas, Texas. She has worked for a number of publications including The Syracuse New Times, Dallas Flow Magazine, and Bellwethr Magazine. She completed her Bachelors at Alcorn State University and went on to complete her Masters at Syracuse University. Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days agolast_img read more

Library Hosts Virtual Antiques Road Show

first_imgMike Ivankovich, antiques and collectibles appraiser. On Monday, Jan. 25 from 7-9 p.m., the Ocean City Free Public Library will hold a free virtual program called “What’s It Worth? Antiques Road Show,” with Pennsylvania auctioneer Mike Ivankovich hosting the presentation.Ivankovich, an author, auctioneer, appraiser and radio show host will introduce attendees to ways to determine the value of antiques and collectibles and personal treasures.During the virtual program, he will evaluate attendees’ items, one-by-one, and share buying and selling tips and strategies.Anyone who wishes to have his or her item appraised is asked to email Julie Howard, the OCFPL Adult Programming librarian, at [email protected] are limited and appraisals will be done in the order of registration. Participants will be invited to show one item during the appraisal and should have a backup item on hand. It will take two to three minutes per appraisal.If you would just like to watch and not get anything appraised, email Julie Howard at [email protected] and mention that you will only be watching.About Host Mike Ivankovich:Ivankovich has been involved in some phase of the antiques and collectibles business for more than 40 years. He is a frequent lecturer and has spoken before many groups on the subject. He has authored more than 20 books in his areas of specialty and has also written articles and columns for major national trade papers.He is the host of the “What’s It Worth? Ask Mike the Appraiser” Radio Show that airs every Friday from 9:30-10:30 a.m. on WBCB 1490 AM in Philadelphia. As a Pennsylvania auctioneer, he has been named Pennsylvania’s “Auctioneer of the Year,” by fellow auctioneers.last_img read more

The Fans Have Spoken! Kelli O’Hara’s Most Wonderful Roles, Ranked

first_imgJulie Jordan, Carousel Anna Leonowens, The King and I Francesca, The Bridges of Madison County View Comments Babe Williams, The Pajama Game Mrs. Darling, Peter Pan Live! Kelli O’Hara celebrated her birthday on April 16, which meant a sweet, cupcake-shaped balloon for the Tony winner and a blissful YouTube spiral centered on the 2015 Broadway.com Star of the Year for us (her imitation of a breast pump is always a crowd pleaser). April 17 also marked O’Hara’s last performance in The King and I, and theater fans are already counting the minutes to when she shall dance again on the Great White Way. In the meantime, we asked you Kelli-fanatics out there to rank your favorite roles she has played slayed on the stage and screen. Check out your top 10 fave Kelli O’Hara roles below! Photos courtesy of Peter Kramer/Getty Images, Paul Kolnik & Joan Marcus Show Closed This production ended its run on June 26, 2016center_img Eliza Doolittle, My Fair Lady Nellie Forbush, South Pacific Clara Johnson, The Light in the Piazza Related Shows Billie Bendix, Nice Work If You Can Get It The King and I Dot, Sunday in the Park with Georgelast_img read more

MLB Draft picks 2019: Complete results from Rounds 1-40 in baseball draft

first_imgPosition players dominated the top of the draft, making up nine of the first 10 selections. Nick Lodolo (Reds) was the lone pitcher taken in the top 10.In truth, it will be difficult to judge how teams do in this draft for several years. After all, players from the 2016 MLB Draft are only just now starting to arrive at the big league level. Nonetheless. people will be quick to make assessments. We believe the Diamondbacks are the early frontrunners for best draft class considering the amount of picks they had in the first two rounds. Sporting News tracked this year’s selections as they were made throughout the 2019 MLB Draft. Below are the complete results, pick by pick.MORE 2019 MLB DRAFT:Weakest farms entering draft | Best late-round steals since 2000MLB Draft picks: Round 1 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School1.Baltimore OriolesAdley RutschmanCOregon State2.Kansas City RoyalsBobby Witt Jr.SSColleyville Heritage HS (TX)3.Chicago White SoxAndrew Vaughn1BCalifornia4.Miami MarlinsJ.J. BledayOFVanderbilt5.Detroit TigersRiley GreeneOFHagerty HS (FL)6.San Diego PadresC.J. AbramsSSBlessed Trinity HS (GA)7.Cincinnati RedsNick LodoloLHPTCU8.Texas RangersJosh Jung3BTexas Tech9.Atlanta BravesShea LangeliersCBaylor10.San Francisco GiantsHunter BishopOFArizona State11.Toronto Blue JaysAlek ManoahRHPWest Virginia12.New York MetsBrett Baty3BLake Travis HS (TX)13.Minnesota TwinsKeoni Cavaco3BEastlake HS (CA)14.Philadelphia PhilliesBryson StottSSUNLV15.Los Angeles AngelsWill WilsonSSNC State16.Arizona DiamondbacksCorbin CarrollCFLakeside HS (WA)17.Washington NationalsJackson RutledgeRHPSan Jacinto College North (TX)18.Pittsburgh PiratesQuinn PriesterRHPCary-Grove HS (IL)19.St. Louis CardinalsZack ThompsonLHPKentucky20.Seattle MarinersGeorge KirbyRHPElon21.Atlanta BravesBraden ShewmakeSSTexas A&M22.Tampa Bay RaysGreg JonesSSUNC Wilmington23.Colorado RockiesMichael Toglia1BUCLA24.Cleveland IndiansDaniel EspinoRHPGeorgia Premier Academy (GA)25.Los Angeles DodgersKody Hoese3BTulane26.Arizona DiamondbacksBlake WalstonLHPNew Hanover HS (NC)27.Chicago CubsRyan JensenRHPFresno State28.Milwaukee BrewersEthan SmallLHPMississippi State29.Oakland AthleticsLogan DavidsonSSClemson30.New York YankeesAnthony VolpeSSDelbarton School (NJ)31.Los Angeles DodgersMichael Busch1BUNC32.Houston AstrosKorey LeeCCaliforniaCompensation picksPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School33.Arizona DiamondbacksBrennan MaloneRHPIMG Academy34.Arizona DiamondbacksDrey JamesonRHPBall StateCompetitive balance Round APick No.TeamPlayerPos.School35.Miami MarlinsKameron MisnerCFMissouri36.Tampa Bay RaysJJ GossRHPCypress Ranch HS (TX)37.Pittsburgh PiratesSammy SianiCFWilliam Penn Charter School (PA)38.New York YankeesT.J. SikkemaLHPMissouri39.Minnesota TwinsMatt WalnerRFSouthern Miss40.Tampa Bay RaysSeth JohnsonRHPCampbell University41.Texas RangersDavis Wendzel3BBaylorJoin DAZN to watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound showMLB Draft picks: Round 2 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School42.Baltimore OriolesGunnar HendersonSSJohn T. Morgan Academy (AL)43.Boston Red SoxCameron CannonSSArizona44.Kansas City RoyalsBrady McConnellSSFlorida45.Chicago White SoxMatthew ThompsonRHPCypress Ranch HS (TX)46.Miami MarlinsNasim NunezSSCollins Hill HS (GA)47.Detroit TigersNick Quintana3BArizona48.San Diego PadresJoshua MearsRFFederal Way HS (WA)49.Cincinnati RedsRece HindsSSIMG Academy50.Texas RangersRyan GarciaRHPUCLA51.San Francisco GiantsLogan Wyatt1BLouisville52.Toronto Blue JaysKendall WilliamsRHPIMG Academy53.New York MetsJosh WolfRHPSt. Thomas HS (TX)54.Minnesota TwinsMatt CanterinoRHPRice55.Los Angeles AngelsKyren ParisSSFreedom HS (CA)56.Arizona DiamondbacksRyne NelsonRHPOregon57.Pittsburgh PiratesMatt GorskiCFIndiana58.St. Louis CardinalsTrejyn FletcherCFDeering HS (ME)59.Seattle MarinersBrandon WilliamsonLHPTCU60.Atlanta BravesBeau PhilipSSOregon State61.Tampa Bay RaysJohn DoxakisLHPTexas A&M62.Colorado RockiesAaron Schunk3BGeorgia63.Cleveland IndiansYordys ValdesSSMcArthur HS (FL)64.Chicago CubsChase Strumpf2BUCLA65.Milwaukee BrewersAntoine KellyLHPWabash Valley College (IL)66.Oakland AthleticsTyler BaumRHPUNC67.New York YankeesJosh Smith2BLSU68.Houston AstrosGrae KessingerSSOle Miss69.Boston Red SoxMatthew LugoSSCarlos Beltran Baseball Academy (PR)Competitive balance Round BPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School70.Kansas City RoyalsAlec MarshRHPArizona State71.Baltimore OriolesKyle StowersCFStanford72.Pittsburgh PiratesJared Triolo3BHouston73.San Diego PadresLogan DriscollCGeorge Mason74.Arizona DiamondbacksTommy HenryLHPMichigan75.Arizona DiamondbacksDominic FletcherOFArkansas76.Seattle MarinersIsaiah CampbellRHPArkansas77.Colorado RockiesKarl KauffmannRHPMichiganCompensation picks Pick No.TeamPlayerPos.School78.Los Angeles DodgersJimmy LewisRHPLake Travis HS (TX)MLB Draft picks: Round 3 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School79.Baltimore OriolesZach WatsonCFLSU80.Kansas City RoyalsGrant GambrellRHPOregon State81.Chicago White SoxAndrew DalquistRHPRedondo Union HS (CA)82.Miami MarlinsPeyton BurdickCFWright State83.Detroit TigersAndre Lipcius3BTennessee84.San Diego PadresHudson HeadCFWinston Churchill HS (TX)85.Cincinnati RedsTyler Callihan2BProvidence School of Jacksonville HS (FL)86.Texas RangersJustin SlatenRHPNew Mexico87.San Francisco GiantsGrant McCrayCFLakewood Ranch HS (FL)88.Toronto Blue JaysDasan BrownCFAbbey Park HS (ON)89.New York MetsMatthew AllanRHPSeminole HS (FL)90.Minnesota TwinsSpencer SteerSSOregon91.Philadelphia PhilliesJamari BaylorSSBenedictine School (VA)92.Los Angeles AngelsJack KochanowiczRHPHarriton HS (PA)93.Arizona DiamondbacksTristin English1BGeorgia Tech94.Washington NationalsDrew Mendoza3BFlorida State95.Pittsburgh PiratesMatt FraizerCFArizona96.St. Louis CardinalsTony LoceyRHPGeorgia97.Seattle MarinersLevi StoudtRHPLehigh98.Atlanta BravesMichael HarrisLHPStockbridge HS (GA)99.Tampa Bay RaysShane SasakiCFIolani HS (HI)100.Colorado RockiesJacob WallaceRHPConnecticut101.Cleveland IndiansJoseph Naranjo1BRueben S. Ayala HS (CA)102.Los Angeles DodgersRyan PepiotRHPButler103.Chicago CubsMichael McAveneRHPLouisville104.Oakland AthleticsMarcus SmithCFPembroke Hill HS (MO)105.New York YankeesJacob SanfordCFWestern Kentucky106.Houston AstrosJordan BrewerCFMichigan107.Boston Red SoxRyan ZeferjahnRHPKansasMLB Draft picks: Round 4 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School108.Baltimore OriolesJoseph OrtizSSNew Mexico State109.Kansas City RoyalsMichael Massey2BIllinois110.Chicago White SoxJames BeardCFLoyd Star HS (MS)111.Miami MarlinsEvan Edwards1BNorth Carolina State112.Detroit TigersRyan KriedlerSSUCLA113.San Diego PadresMatt Brash RHPNiagara114.Cincinnati RedsIvan Johnson2BChipola College (FL)115.Texas RangersCody FreemanSSEtiwanda HS (CA)116.San Francisco GiantsTyler FitzgeraldSSLouisville117.Toronto Blue JaysWill RobertsonRFCreighton118.New York MetsJake MangumCFMississippi State119.Minnesota TwinsSeth Gray3BWright State120.Philadelphia PhilliesErik MillerLHPStanford121.Los Angeles AngelsErik RiveraLHPPuerto Rico Baseball Academy122.Arizona DiamondbacksGlenallen Hill Jr.SSSanta Cruz HS (CA)123.Washington NationalsMatt CroninLHPArkansas124.Pittsburgh PiratesJ.C. FlowersRHPFlorida State125.St. Louis CardinalsAndre PallanteRHPUC Irvine126.Seattle MarinersTim ElliottRHPGeorgia127.Atlanta BravesKasey KalichRHPTexas A&M128.Tampa Bay RaysGraeme StinsonLHPDuke129.Colorado RockiesBrenton DoyleRFShepherd University 130.Cleveland IndiansChristian CairoSSCalvary Christian HS (FL)131.Los Angeles DodgersBrandon Lewis3BUC Irvine132.Chicago CubsChris ClarkeRHPUSC133.Milwaukee BrewersNick KahleCWashington134.Oakland AthleticsKyle McCannCGeorgia Tech135.New York YankeesJake AgnosLHPEast Carolina136.Houston AstrosColin BarberCFPleasant Valley HS (CA)137.Boston Red SoxNoah SongRHPNavyMLB Draft picks: Round 5 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School138Baltimore OriolesDarrell HernaizSSAmericas HS (TX)139Kansas City RoyalsJohn RaveCFIllinois State140Chicago White SoxDan MetzdorfLHPBoston College141Miami MarlinsEvan FittererRHPAliso Niguel HS (CA)142Detroit TigersBryant PackardLFEast Carolina143San Diego PadresChris LincolnRHPUC Santa Barbara144Cincinnati RedsEvan KravetzLHPRice145Texas RangersKellen StrahmCFSan Jose State146San Francisco GiantsGarrett Frechette1BOrange Lutheran HS (CA)147Toronto Blue JaysTanner MorrisSSVirginia148New York MetsNathan JonesRHPNorthwestern State149Minnesota TwinsWill Holland SSAuburn150Philadelphia PhilliesGunner MayerRHPSan Joaquin Delta College151Los Angeles AngelsGarrett StallingsRHPTennessee152Arizona DiamondbacksConor GrammesRHPXavier153Washington NationalsTyler DysonRHPFlorida154Pittsburgh PiratesGrant FordRHPNevada155St. Louis CardinalsConnor ThomasLHPGeorgia Tech156Seattle MarinersAustin Shenton3BFlorida International157Atlanta BravesStephen PaoliniCFSt. Josephs School (CT)158Tampa Bay RaysBen BrechtLHPUC Santa Barbara159Colorado RockiesWill EthridgeRHPOle Miss160Cleveland IndiansHunter GaddisRHPGeorgia State161Los Angeles DodgersJack Little RHPStanford162Chicago CubsJosh BurgmannRHPWashington163Milwaukee BrewersThomas DillardCOle Miss164Oakland AthleticsJalen GreerSSSt. Rita HS (IL)165New York YankeesKen WaldichukLHPSt Marys166Houston AstrosHunter BrownRHPWayne State167Boston Red SoxJaxx GroshansCKansasMLB Draft picks: Round 6 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School168Baltimore OriolesMaverick HandleyCStanford169Kansas City RoyalsDante BiasiLHPPenn State170Chicago White SoxAvery WeemsLHPArizona171Miami MarlinsMD JohnsonRHPDallas Baptist172Detroit TigersCooper JohnsonCOle Miss173San Diego PadresDrake FellowsRHPVanderbilt174Cincinnati RedsGraham AshcraftRHPUAB175Texas RangersCody BradfordLHPBaylor176San Francisco GiantsDilan RosarioSSColegio Marista HS (PR)177Toronto Blue JaysCameron EdenSSCalifornia178New York MetsZach AshfordCFFresno State179Minnesota TwinsSawyer GipsonRHPMercer180Philadelphia PhilliesAndrew SchultzRHPTennessee181Los Angeles AngelsZach PeekRHPWinthrop182Arizona DiamondbacksAndrew SaalfrankLHPIndiana183Washington NationalsJackson CluffSSBYU184Pittsburgh PiratesWill MatthiesenPStanford185St. Louis CardinalsPedro PagesCFlorida Atlantic186Seattle MarinersMichael LimoncelliRHPHorseheads HS (NY)187Atlanta BravesTanner GordonRHPIndiana188Tampa Bay RaysColby WhiteRHPMississippi State189Colorado RockiesGavin HollowellRHPSt. John’s190Cleveland IndiansJordan BrownSSJunipero Serra HS (CA)191Los Angeles DodgersAaron OchsenbeinRHPEastern Kentucky192Chicago CubsEthan HearnCMobile Christian School (AL)193Milwaukee BrewersNick BennettLHPLouisville194Oakland AthleticsSeth ShumanRHPGeorgia Southern195New York YankeesHayden WesneskiRHPSam Houston State196Houston AstrosMatthew BarefootCFCampbell197Boston Red SoxChris MurphyLHPSan DiegoMLB Draft picks: Round 7 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School198Baltimore OriolesJohnny RizerOFTCU199Kansas City RoyalsNoah MurdockRHPVirginia200Chicago White SoxKaran PatelRHPUT San Antonio201Miami MarlinsBryan HoeingRHPLouisville202Detroit TigersZach HessRHPLSU203San Diego PadresConnor LehmannRHPSaint Louis204Cincinnati RedsEric YangC UC Santa Barbara205Texas RangersBrandon SproatRHPPace HS (FL)206San Francisco GiantsArmani SmithLFUC Santa Barbara207Toronto Blue JaysL.J. Talley2BGeorgia208New York MetsLuke Ritter2BWichita State209Minnesota TwinsAnthony PratoSS Connecticut210Philadelphia PhilliesBrett SchulzeRHPMinnesota211Los Angeles AngelsDavis DanielRHPAuburn212Arizona DiamondbacksSpencer Brickhouse1BEast Carolina213Washington NationalsTodd PetersonRHPLSU214Pittsburgh PiratesBlake SabolCUSC215St. Louis CardinalsJack RalstonRHPUCLA216Seattle MarinersAdam MackoLHPVauxhall HS (AB)217Atlanta BravesDarius VinesRHPCSU Bakersfield218Tampa Bay RaysJake Guenther1BTCU219Colorado RockiesJared HornRHPCalifornia210Cleveland IndiansXzavion CurryRHPGeorgia Tech211Los Angeles DodgersNick RobertsonRHPJames Madison212Chicago CubsBrad DeppermannRHPNorth Florida213Milwaukee BrewersGabe HoltCFTexas Tech214Oakland AthleticsDrew MillasCMissouri State215New York YankeesNick PaciorekRHPNorthwestern216Houston AstrosBlair HenleyRHPTexas217Boston Red SoxBrock BellRHPState College of Florida ManateeMLB Draft picks: Round 8 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School218Baltimore OriolesGriffin McLartyRHPCollege of Charleston219Kansas City RoyalsDrew ParrishLHPFlorida State220Chicago White SoxIvan GonzalezCWest Virginia221Miami MarlinsTevin MitchellRFUC Santa Barbara222Detroit TigersJack KenleySSArkansas223San Diego PadresAndrew MitchelLHPSan Jose State224Cincinnati RedsQuin CottonCFGrand Canyon225Texas RangersJohn MatthewsRHPKent State226San Francisco GiantsCaleb Killian RHPTexas Tech227Toronto Blue JaysAngel Camacho3BJacksonville228New York MetsConner WollersheimLHPKent State229Minnesota TwinsCasey LeguminaRHPGonzaga230Philadelphia PhilliesNate FassnachtSSGeorge Washington231Los Angeles AngelsKyle BrnovichRHPElon232Arizona DiamondbacksDominic CanzoneOFOhio State233Washington NationalsJeremy YdensOF UCLA234Pittsburgh PiratesAustin RobertsRHPSacramento State235St. Louis CardinalsLogan GraggRHPOklahoma State236Seattle MarinersTy AdcockRHPElon237Atlanta BravesRicky DeVitoRHPSeton Hall238Tampa Bay RaysNathan WilesRHPOklahoma239Colorado RockiesJacob KostyshockRHPArkansas240Cleveland IndiansWill BrennanCFKansas State241Los Angeles DodgersRyan WardLF Bryant242Chicago CubsDavidjohn HerzLHPTerry Sanford HS (NC)243Milwaukee BrewersDavid HamiltonSSTexas244Oakland AthleticsJose DicocheaRHPSahuarita HS (AZ)245New York YankeesZach GreeneRHPSouth Alabama246Houston AstrosLuis GuerreroCFMiami Dade CC Kendall247Boston Red SoxWil DaltonCFFloridaMLB Draft picks: Round 9 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School248Baltimore OriolesConnor GillispieRHPVirginia249Kansas City RoyalsClay Dungan SSIndiana State250Chicago White SoxTyson MesserRHPCampbell251Miami MarlinsEvan BrabrandRHPLiberty252Detroit TigersAustin BergnerRHPNorth Carolina253San Diego PadresJason BlanchardLHPLamar254Cincinnati RedsTJ HopkinsCFSouth Carolina255Texas RangersZak KentRHPVMI256San Francisco GiantsSimon WhitemanSSYale257Toronto Blue JaysPhilip ClarkeCVanderbilt258New York MetsJoe Genord1BSouth Florida259Minnesota TwinsBrent HeadrickLHPIllinois State260Philadelphia PhilliesRudy Rott1BOhio261Los Angeles AngelsZach LinginfelterRHPTennessee262Arizona DiamondbacksBobby AyRHPCal Poly SLO263Washington NationalsHunter McMahonRHPTexas State264Pittsburgh PiratesEthan PaulSSVanderbilt265St. Louis CardinalsTodd LottCFLouisiana-Lafayette266Seattle MarinersMike SalvatoreSSFlorida State267Atlanta BravesCody Milligan2BCowley County CC268Tampa Bay RaysEvan McKendryRHPMiami (FL)269Colorado RockiesIsaac Collins2BCreighton270Cleveland IndiansWill BartlettCIMG Academy (FL)271Los Angeles DodgersAlec GamboaLHPFresno CC272Chicago CubsTyler SchlafferRHPHomewood Flossmoor HS (IL)273Milwaukee BrewersDarrien MillerRHPClovis HS (CA)274Oakland AthleticsColin PeluseRHPWake Forest275New York YankeesSpencer Henson1BOral Roberts276Houston AstrosPeyton BattenfieldRHPOklahoma State277Boston Red SoxCody ScrogginsRHPArkansasMLB Draft picks: Round 10 resultsPick No.TeamPlayerPos.School278Baltimore OriolesJordan CannonCSam Houston State279Kansas City RoyalsAnthony VenezianoLHPCoastal Carolina280Chicago White SoxNate PawelczykRHPWinthrop281Miami MarlinsJ.D. OrrCFWright State282Detroit TigersJake Holton1BCreighton283San Diego PadresEthan ElliottLHPLincoln Memorial University284Cincinnati RedsJake StevensonRHPMinnesota285Texas RangersJoe CorbettRHPWest Texas A&M286San Francisco GiantsJeff HoughtbySSSan Diego287Toronto Blue JaysGlenn SantiagoSSInternational Baseball Academy288New York MetsScott OtaRFIllinois-Chicago289Minnesota TwinsBen GrossRHPDuke290Philadelphia PhilliesMcCarthy Tatum3BFresno State291Los Angeles AngelsChad SykesRHPUNC Greensboro292Arizona DiamondbacksOscar SantosCPJ Education School (PR)293Washington NationalsAndrew PrattCLubbock Christian (TX)294Pittsburgh PiratesCameron JunkerRHPNotre Dame295St. Louis CardinalsJake SommersLHPWisconsin-Milwaukee296Seattle MarinersKyle HillRHPBaylor297Atlanta BravesBrandon ParkerRFMississippi Gulf Coast JC298Tampa Bay RaysJonathan EmbryCLiberty299Colorado RockiesJack YalowitzCFIllinois300Cleveland IndiansZach HartRHPFranklin Pierce301Los Angeles DodgersZac ChingSS VCU302Chicago CubsWyatt HendrieCAntelope Valley College303Milwaukee BrewersTaylor FloydRHPTexas Tech304Oakland AthleticsPatrick McColl1BHarvard305New York YankeesMitch SpenceRHPUSC Aiken306Houston AstrosC.J. StubbsRHPUSC307Boston Red SoxStephen ScottOFVanderbiltYou can find results for rounds 11-40 here. The 2019 MLB Draft class was loaded with hitting talent, with Oregon State catcher Adley Rutschman and Colleyville Heritage HS (Texas) shortstop Bobby Witt Jr. going first and second in the draft, respectively. At a time when baseball is already enjoying a tremendous youth movement, the next generation of stars at the plate seem destined to provide a similar lift to the league.Join DAZN to watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound showlast_img read more

The Giants’ mind-blowing 16-3 start to July is sensational, but they’ve done better

first_imgJuly is the longest, hottest, tryingest, soul sappingest, most humid month on the baseball calendar.The Giants are going to cry bitter tears when it ends.Your heroes are on a ridiculous run. But you knew that even before Pablo (9 lives) Sandoval shoe-horned a game-winning home run over the left field fence Tuesday night to give the Giants a 5-4,13-inning win over the Cubs. In keeping with the Giants’ impossibly dramatic hot streak, Sandoval’s game-winner barely cleared the wall. One more coat …last_img read more

Sean Anthony deflects credit for tremendous night for NorthPort

first_imgOil plant explodes in Pampanga town The do-it-all forward posted an all-around performance that consisted of 22 points, nine rebounds, five assists, and seven steals in NorthPort’s 95-90 win over NLEX but Anthony said it wasn’t just him who came up big for his team.“It’s not an individual performance and I think the whole team stepped up today as you saw,” said Anthony Sunday at Smart Araneta Coliseum. “That has been the big difference for us so far, having a lot of guys step up.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool stars“I think we have multiple guys who scored on double figures, which is huge. We’re not really reliant on just a couple of players,” added Anthony.Anthony did have three more teammates who put more than 10 points in the game with rookie third overall pick Robert Bolick putting up 14 points while big man Moala Tautuaa had 18 points and 11 rebounds. Stanley Pringle also finished in double figures with 11 points with nine rebounds and two steals.Anthony may have downplayed any praises directed at him but his head coach Pido Jarencio was more than willing to give his player the due accolade.“That kind of performance is natural to him, he’s the player that really fights,” said Jarencio in Filipino. “He’s the consistent player among us and even though he came off the bench he still delivered.”Jarencio also used Anthony on a different capacity since he bumped the small forward to the power forward spot to create a speed mismatch against NLEX’ big men in Poy Erram and JR Quiñahan.Anthony admitted that he was at the disadvantage in terms of size since his 6-foot-4 frame is four-inches shorter than Erram’s and his 200-lb body weighs less than Quiñahan’s 235-lb.ADVERTISEMENT ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. center_img MANILA, Philippines—Sean Anthony just had one of the best games of his career but he was quick to downplay his individual brilliance and instead chose to praise his teammates rather than focus on himself.ADVERTISEMENT SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte LATEST STORIES Yeng Guiao sees NLEX 0-2 start as feeling-out phase Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem MOST READ Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations Still, he used his speed to outplay the bigger players of the Road Warriors.“As a 4, I’m undersized compared to the other 4s but I think what we lack in size we make up for in speed, heart, hustle, that kind of stuff,” said Anthony. “Mo stepped up and Brad [Guinto] had a great game last time.”“I think our bigs are doing alright and we match up with some real tough bigs in Quiñahan and Erram ad we held our own tonight.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextlast_img read more

Chief warns of Egyptlike crisis in US embassy letter

first_img(Roseau River Chief Terrance Nelson. APTN/Photo)By Jorge BarreraAPTN National NewsThe U.S. should pay closer attention to the deteriorating relationship between First Nations and Ottawa or risk being “blindsided” by an Egypt-like crisis in Canada, a Manitoba chief said in a letter sent to the U.S. ambassador to Canada.Roseau River Chief Terrence Nelson said in the letter sent Wednesday that a “potential crisis” was brewing in Canada over the federal government’s continued refusal to allow First Nations to benefit from the country’s oil riches and pipelines.“In Canada, Indigenous people’s rights are being ignored and it is only a matter of time before a crisis arising out of economic hardship will occur as it has in Egypt,” wrote Nelson in the letter to U.S. Ambassador David Jacobson. “Americans looking north should not ignore the human rights issues in Canada.”It’s unclear how seriously the U.S. embassy is taking Nelson’s warning. A spokeswoman for the U.S. embassy said she couldn’t immediately comment on the letter because a snowstorm in Ottawa had prompted most embassy staff to go home early. Stacy White, a press officer, said the embassy would, however, consider whether to respond.Nelson met with embassy officials in late December during the Assembly of First Nations special chiefs’ assembly in Gatineau, Que., where he raised some of his concerns.The AFN passed a resolution calling for the organization to find a way to get First Nations leaders before the U.S. Congress to testify about the situation in Canada.Nelson received 10 per cent of the vote when he ran for national chief of the AFN in 2009.In the letter, Nelson raises concerns about the Enbridge oil pipeline depot in Gretna, Man. The depot is part of the world’s largest petroleum pipeline system carrying Alberta oil into the U.S., according to Enbridge’s website.“Gretna is in our traditional lands and pipelines are still a major issue for us,” wrote Nelson. “If there is any lesson from Egypt, it is better to be well informed rather than blindsided by events as they unfold.”Gretna is about 124 kilometres south of Winnipeg, near the Manitoba-North Dakota border.Copies of the letter were also sent to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, AFN national Chief Shawn Atleo, Canada’s ambassador to the U.S. Gary Doer, Indian Affairs Minister John Duncan and Jefferson Keel, chairman of the National Congress of American Indians. It also went out to various media outlets.Nelson also asked the U.S. embassy for help in arranging for First Nations leaders to appear before the U.S. [email protected]last_img read more

Feb wholesale prices up 02 pct inflation nips producers

first_imgWASHINGTON – U.S. wholesale prices rose 0.2 per cent in February, a sign that inflation is beginning to blip higher for producers even if consumers have yet to feel its pinch.A pickup in wholesale services prices offset a drop in the cost of food and energy.The Labor Department said Wednesday that the February increase in its producer price index was half January’s 0.4 per cent gain. Producer prices, which show inflation before it reaches consumers, have risen 2.8 per cent over the past year.Energy prices fell 0.5 per cent in February, and food prices fell 0.4 per cent as fresh and dry vegetable prices plunged 27.1 per cent, most since May 2007. The wholesale price of services rose 0.3 per cent in February, matching the January increase. Prices for wholesale services rose 2.8 per cent over the past year, the biggest annual gain in records that date back to 2010. Transportation and warehousing prices rose 0.9 per cent, most since September. Excluding volatile food and energy prices, so-called core wholesale inflation rose 0.2 per cent for the third straight month.“Inflation is beginning to creep higher, led by services, exactly what you might expect in an economy characterized by a drum-tight labour market,” Stephen Stanley, chief economist at Amherst Pierpont Securities, wrote in a research note. Unemployment has hovered at 4.1 per cent for five straight months.Prices have been rising faster for producers than for consumers. The Labor Department reported Tuesday that consumer prices rose just 2.2 per cent over the past year. Core consumer inflation posted a 12-month gain of just 1.8 per cent.The Federal Reserve wants to see inflation at roughly a 2 per cent annual pace. But the Fed’s preferred inflation measure has usually come in below that target for the past six years.last_img read more

City taking action on six properties with illegal suites

first_imgThe following six properties have been issued the notices:8804 – 77 Street PID Number 029-580-8388806 – 77 Street PID Number 029-580-8469113 – 101 Avenue PID Number 028-982-0299111 – 101 Avenue PID Number 028-982-03711024 – 104A Avenue PID Number 029-145-00711026 – 104A Avenue PID Number 029-144-990Jamurat explained that the process contains checks and balances to help the City determine whether the illegal suites on the properties can be made to adhere to bylaws.In their report, the City’s building inspectors stated that since the suites on the properties contravened zoning and building codes, and were built without permits, they weren’t able to confirm that they were built to code and that there were approvals in place.Jamurat said that the Bylaw Contravention Notice on the properties’ titles mean that the current and future owners of the properties will be made aware of the issues.She said that though titles have been issued for the properties, the City won’t be taking the approach of getting property owners to have the illegal suites removed.“Our intent is to go through a process where we have any flagged properties to bring those forward in a very logical approach to Council.” FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The City of Fort St. John is going to be taking action against six properties after councillors voted in favour of issuing Bylaw Contravention Notices on the properties’ titles at Monday’s Council meeting.The City’s Planning Manager Renee Jamurat said that the notices have been put onto the properties’ titles under Section 57 of the Community Charter, which is part of the procedure that local governments need to follow. A duplex at 8804 and 8806 77 St. that had bylaw contravention notices issued during the summer for illegal secondary suites. Photo by Chris Newton A duplex at 8804 and 8806 77 St. that had bylaw contravention notices issued during the summer for illegal secondary suites. Photo by Chris Newton A duplex at 9111 and 9113 101 Ave. that has had bylaw contravention notices issued for illegal secondary suites. Photo by Chris Newton A duplex at 9111 and 9113 101 Ave. that has had bylaw contravention notices issued for illegal secondary suites. Photo by Chris Newton A duplex at 11024 and 11026 104A Ave. that has had bylaw contravention notices issued for illegal secondary suites. Photo by Chris Newton A duplex at 11024 and 11026 104A Ave. that has had bylaw contravention notices issued for illegal secondary suites. Photo by Chris Newton Jamurat said that staff has another set of properties that it’s working on getting notices onto titles but would not divulge any specifics.According to Jamurat, this is the first time that the City has taken this approach in dealing with illegal suites, due to problems caused by secondary suites only having become an issue in recent years.last_img read more

Security Council reform very divisive process: General Assembly President

first_imgUnited Nations: UN General Assembly President Maria Fernanda Espinosa has called the long-stalled Security Council reform process “very divisive” and “contentious” and said that to move forward, it has to avoid becoming a “zero sum game”. The co-chairs of the Intergovernmental Negotiations (IGN) for Council reforms, Permanent Representatives Lana Zaki Nusseibeh of the United Arab Emirates and Christian Braun of Luxembourg, whom she had appointed “are both putting a lot of effort and they are working, engaging with all member states, trying to pull together the different positions, trying to look at the commonalities to see how we can tackle the issue in order to avoid the zero sum game”, Espinosa said on Friday at a news conference here. Also Read – Imran Khan arrives in China, to meet Prez Xi Jinping Espinosa sidestepped a question if she expected India to become a permanent member of the Council for which it has been campaigning intensively. “It is true that people are getting impatient after 10 years of the IGN,” she said. Giving a downbeat assessment of the main hurdle to reforming the Council, she said: “Perhaps I shouldn’t be saying this because I’m supposed to be neutral, but sometimes we see the security Council reform as an either or and in black and white issue.” Also Read – US blacklists 28 Chinese entities over abuses in Xinjiang The reform process has been stuck in a procedural groove unable to even get an agreement on a negotiating text — an agenda-setting document on which to base the discussions on envisioning a Council reflecting the 21st century realities. A group of 13 countries led by Italy that call themselves United for Consensus (UfC) have blocked progress by preventing the adoption of the negotiating text by claiming that it can come only after there is a consensus on reforms, which is elusive without a basic document. Pakistan is also a part of the group whose members each want to prevent a particular country from getting permanent membership. Speaking of the enormity of the task of getting 193 members of the UN to work together, she said, “It is not an easy issue. I want to be very open and frank with you. It is very divisive, it is contentious. “I think we have to make sure that the process continues, that all member states engage and we pull and push and push and pull and walk the extra mile.” She pointed out that “this is very much a member-state driven process” – where the member nations have to decide on the reforms. “My role as president is to accompany, to lead, to make sure the process continues, to make sure that it is an inclusive process, that it is transparent.” While the reform of the structure of the Council may seem distant, she said that meanwhile there were many things that could be done to improve the working of the Council. The 10 non-permanent members of the Council are already working towards this “de facto” by improving the working methods and increasing the transparency of the Council.last_img read more

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