19 Oct
2020

Kresna Graha Investama to conserve cash, expand into new ventures

first_imgPublicly listed holding company PT Kresna Graha Investama has stated that it is working to ensure profitability by looking for businesses with good growth potential and good quality as it ventures into new business sectors.“We’re shying away from a cash burning strategy,” Kresna Graha Investama business analyst and investor relations group head Stanley Tjiandra said during a virtual shareholders’ meeting on Friday. The company, which focuses on finance, investment and technology, has been transitioning into the digital space since 2015. It is now the parent company of payment gateway PT M Cash Integrasi, digital exchange platform PT NFC Indonesia and cloud advertising company PT Digital Mediatama Maxima, among other digital firms.  Kresna Biotech Ventures is also planning to invest funds in San Diego-based biotech company, Samumed, which focuses on research and development for tissue-level regeneration technology.However, PT Kresna Graha Investama saw its net profit slump last year as it expanded its business into new fields.Its net profit in 2019 fell by 57.1 percent to Rp 216.1 billion from the Rp 503.5 billion it had booked in 2018. It reported that its returns from the finance and investment sector saw a notable decline, while it booked growth on the technology and digital front. From the Rp 11.62 trillion the company booked in revenue last year, Rp 11.1 trillion came from the technology and digital front, or about 95.5 percent of the company’s total revenue, higher in than the 88.2 percent contribution in the previous year. Kresna Graha Investama’s share prices, traded on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) under the stock symbol KREN, had jumped almost 26 percent to Rp 97 as of 12:16 p.m. Jakarta time on Wednesday. The stocks have lost more than 83 percent in the last year, Bloomberg data shows.Michael said the company’s share prices were not a reflection of the company’s fundamentals but were rather affected by the ongoing global crisis as well as the Jiwasraya scandal which had sent a ripple through the financial industry. On March 23, the company released a statement that it was going to buy back its shares to “help stabilize the price in volatile market conditions”. The buyback is being held for a period of three months from March 24 to June 24. The company has limited the shares’ purchase price at a cap of Rp 515 per share.Topics : Its shift to new industries has been largely rewarded, as most of its subsidiaries operating in the digital space saw a surge in profit last year.PT NFC Indonesia booked a profit of Rp 36 billion (US$2.53 million) in 2019, 126 percent higher than the year before. PT Digital Mediatama Maxima’s profit increased by 119 percent to Rp 17 billion, and PT Distribusi Voucher Nusantara (DIVA) recorded a 9.5-fold increase in profit to Rp 94 billion.  “We don’t want to join investments where the old economy dominates. We want to enter the new economy,” Kresna Graha Investama founder and president director Michael Steven said during the shareholders’ meeting, explaining the company’s reason for entering Indonesia’s digital economy. Last year, the company announced its plan to enter the life sciences and biotechnology space through its subsidiary, Kresna Biotech Ventures. As of December of last year, it was finalizing an investment plan with RWDC Industries, based in Singapore and the United States, whose mission is to replace single-use plastic with biodegradable materials. last_img read more

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23 Sep
2020

Southeastern Indiana Musicians Association Celebrates Scholarship Program, Regional Growth and New Lawrenceburg Civic Park Event

first_imgSoutheastern Indiana – The Southeastern Indiana Musicians Association (SEIMA) is expanding their community outreach and Hall of Fame coverage this year. Since the organization was founded in 2001, it has stood to honor, support, and promote exemplary musical talent from our area including musicians and music educators in Dearborn, Ripley, Ohio, and Switzerland counties, by inducting them annually into the Southeastern Indiana Musicians’ Hall of Fame. “We are pleased to announce that we now are including the many talented musicians of Franklin County to be recognized by our organization,” said Brian DeBruler SEIMA board member and owner of the locally based record label, Sol Records. As of April 2019, the group now includes Franklin County in its covered territory. “In the last two years we have made a lot of changes to redefine our role and contributions to the community as a nonprofit organization. We have established a scholarship fund that we will begin awarding in 2020 to high school graduates looking to pursue a career in music, and we are also exploring ways that we can supplement funding to the music programs in schools in each of the 5 counties,” said DeBruler. “As a volunteer organization we are grateful for the tremendous support and contributions we have received from the community over the years and we are focused on reciprocating that investment in our communities’ musical future.”SEIMA is funded entirely by donations and is launching a fund raiser and raffle in conjunction with the Whiskey City Summer Fest event at Lawrenceburg Civic Park this summer. “We have an incredible commodity in the music of our region, and the City of Lawrenceburg has presented a tremendous opportunity and investment in that with the new Civic Park and stage; to not only showcase local music talent, but also by hosting various events attracting more people to downtown Lawrenceburg. Our rich music heritage is cause for celebration and we are happy to be involved”, said DeBruler. The group will be selling commemorative t-shirts in conjunction with the concert at upcoming area events, on their website, and at the show. Proceeds from the shirt sales go directly to the scholarship fund. They are also raffling an acoustic guitar signed by all of the Whiskey City Summer Fest artists. The Class of 2019 Hall of Fame Inductees will be announced along with the winner of the guitar at the show by Hall of Fame member Jim Helms that evening. The deadline for 2019 Hall of Fame nominations is May 31st. (For information visit the Southeastern Indiana Musicians Association website at www.seimusic.org).“Lawrenceburg has always hosted great music events like Music on the River, Fall Fest, and Party in the Park; On behalf of the Southeastern Indiana Musicians Association, our hats are off to the efforts of Mayor Mollaun, Pat Krider, Marie Edwards and everyone involved with these events that have done an amazing job over the years. The new stage really takes things to another level. Thanks for supporting local music! ” – Official statement from SEIMA Board.Whiskey City Summer Fest takes place at the brand new Lawrenceburg Civic Park located at 50 Short Street in Lawrenceburg on Saturday July 13th from 3pm – 10:30 pm. The free concert features music by 3 time Grammy Award Winner, Texas blues/rock artist, Delbert McClinton, along with Pure Grain, The Renegades, and the good time Cajun stylings of Robin Lacy and Dezydeco. Food will be available from regional area food trucks lining the street as well as a beer garden. Bring your lawn chairs and come celebrate summertime with great music, awesome food, and good people in Whiskey City USA, Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Free Parking in the parking garage entering from Walnut Street.No purchase necessary to win, Free Contest entry sign up will be available at the event on July 13th. Must be present to win.”last_img read more

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21 Sep
2020

Foxes keen on Cambiasso

first_img The Foxes are in negotiations with the 33-year-old former Real Madrid and Inter Milan player, who is a free agent after leaving the Italian giants at the end of last season. Manager Nigel Pearson had been hoping to keep any deal secret until an agreement could be reached but news of the potential signing was leaked last week to a national newspaper, much to Pearson’s annoyance. Leicester are trying to sign Argentina midfielder Esteban Cambiasso ahead of their Barclays Premier League return against Everton. “I think it’s dangerous to set your targets too low,” he said. “It’s very difficult to have a definitive answer to what might constitute a successful season. “From a business point of view – and purely on a business level – survival would be an achievement. But, of course, I can’t preach that as that would be under-selling what we have the potential to do. “I feel we have a good squad with a good mix of experience and young players who, if they are brought through and nurtured in the right way and given time, will see us do very well in the Premier League. “Our biggest strength is our team and group ethic. Alone, that’s not enough, but we have a lot of quality in our side too. “But the Premier League and the Championship are very different. L ast season was a great success, but it’s in the past. We’re all very proud of what we achieved but it’s about moving on and being a success in the Premier League now. Jamie Vardy (thigh) and summer signing Marc Albrighton (groin) are likely to miss the visit of Everton but French winger Anthony Knockaert, who has been nursing an ankle problem, is expected to be fit. Pearson said: “Marc may not make the weekend but Anthony has trained fully. Jamie Vardy is unlikely to be available. It is frustrating when you pick up one or two knocks up in pre-season, we’ve been a bit unfortunate. “If one player misses someone else has got an opportunity. But however we shape up at the weekend we will be very capable.” But he insists a deal – which would be a major coup for the club – is still possible. “I don’t know about Cambiasso,” said Pearson. “I don’t take too much notice of the air waves. I’ve not denied our interest. It’s something we will continue to work at. “Whether deals can be done or not it will be based on a number of criteria. We’ll work really hard to do the deals. I can’t account for other circumstances intervening. “We have an interest yeah. But my view on talking on other people’s players [is] I don’t. I don’t have a track record of talking about speculation.” Leicester, back in the Premier League after a decade-long absence, begin their campaign against Everton at the King Power Stadium on Saturday. The Foxes enjoyed a hugely successful campaign last season, in which they secured promotion with six matches to spare before clinching the Championship title with an away win at Bolton on April 22. It was the club’s first ever Football League title, achieved with 31 victories and 102 points – both club records. The Premier League is a very different animal but Pearson believes his squad is capable of thriving in the top flight. Press Associationlast_img read more

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17 Sep
2020

NPFL: Obuh Worried but Determined to Reverse Akwa Utd Poor Run

first_img“Even if I am not under pressure from Management I have to give myself the preseure because most times we expect to see a win, more especially in this match (against Sunshine Stars) that should have been, at worst, a draw, but this is the way it has been,” he lamented in a chat with www.npfl.ngWith four draws and two loses, Akwa United has been pushed down the red zone to 16th position, making a strong push up the only way out.“We will continue fighting. We will continue working. The season is still fresh. This is the sixth game out of 39 games. So we still have 32 games to finish. When we get back home we should start winning because we just need to start wining.”Akwa opened the season with promise, securing a 1-1 draw away to Warri Wolves returned home to be cancelled by Abia Warriors who held them to nil-nil. Enyimba of Aba handed them a 3-1 crushing in Aba on Matchday 3 while visiting Katsina United snatched a point in Uyo after another goalless draw. Their visit to Nasarawa could only earn them one point after 1-1 draw before Sunshine turned them back from Akure with a 1-0 defeat.Obuh however commended the quality of officiating in the league, saying “it is fair enough.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram John Obuh Coach of Akwa United FC of Uyo, John Obuh, has said that while he is very worried about the poor run of the club in the 2019/2020 Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) season, he is also determined to reverse the situation.The Promise Boys have have lost twice and drawn the other four matches iwith the defeat in Akure to Sunshine Stars being the second.Obuh however says though the management of the club has not put any pressure on him, he has to drive himself and the players harder to produce better results.last_img read more

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17 Sep
2020

USC claws past Arizona at home

first_imgMatt Barkley saw a lot of Carson Palmer when the Heisman Trophy winner played for USC in the early 2000s. Growing up in nearby Newport Beach, Barkley, now a junior quarterback for the Trojans, remembers Palmer’s 2002 season, the year he won the award while throwing for 3,942 yards and 33 touchdowns.Record breaking · Junior quarterback Matt Barkley threw for 468 passing yards Saturday aternoon against Arizona in USC’s 48-41 victory, besting Carson Palmer’s nine-year record of 448 passing yards. – Luciano Nunez | Daily TrojanOn Saturday, in front of a crowd of 63,707 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Barkley shattered the former Trojan signal caller’s single-game record for passing yards with 468 of his own. Along with four touchdown passes, Barkley’s record-setting display helped lead USC (4-1, 2-1) to a narrow 48-41 victory over Arizona just one week after the team’s first loss of the season at Arizona State.“It’s crazy because I remember looking up to Carson Palmer and he’s one of my heroes,” Barkley said. “I did want to be in his shoes.”The offensive outburst, the most points USC has scored in a game this season, was needed to stave off a Wildcats team (1-4, 0-3) that also moved the ball successfully, scoring four second-half touchdowns. Behind its own seasoned signal caller in senior Nick Foles, who completed 41-of-53 pass attempts, Arizona outscored USC 29-21 in the final two quarters.“That’s a great team with some great receivers,” USC coach Lane Kiffin said of the Wildcats.For the second week in a row, USC’s defense surrendered more than 40 points, allowing 554 yards of total offense before nearly relinquishing a late two-touchdown lead. The Trojans also allowed Arizona to convert 37 first downs, the most in school history.Photo courtesy of Luciano Ninez“They went down the field a bit too easy in the second half,” Kiffin said. “We just need a full defensive game.”Leading 48-34 with less than two minutes remaining in the game, USC opted to try and convert a fourth-and-one play from its 47-yard line, but Barkley’s pass to senior wide receivers Brandon Carswell was incomplete, giving the Wildcats, who scored six plays later on a four-yard touchdown pass from Foles to freshman wide receiver Austin Hills, a shorter field.“You have the opportunity to put the game away,” Kiffin said of the decision not to punt. “We’re going to believe in our players.”But in the first half, the Trojans defense, which had forced just three interceptions all season, looked slightly different, as evidenced by its two interceptions of Foles, who had a touchdown-to-interception ratio of 10:0 prior to Saturday’s game.With 7:19 remaining in the first quarter, junior safety T.J. McDonald intercepted Foles when a pass sailed over the middle of the field.Minutes later, on the next Arizona drive after a 46-yard field goal from freshman kicker Andre Heidari gave USC a 10-0 lead, Foles was picked off by McDonald again.“To get them early changed the momentum of the game,” McDonald said. “It pumped up the team and they were able to go put points on the board.”Photo courtesy of Luciano NunezThree plays later, Barkley connected with freshman wide receiver Marqise Lee on a 38-yard touchdown pass, ballooning USC’s lead to 17. The Trojans would go on to score again in the second half on another Barkley pass, his third of the game.“They just sat back and gave us a lot of routes,” Barkley said. “And across the board, I had protection.”The defense also limited Arizona to just two scores in the first half despite 227 yards of total offense.“I was just happy with the turnovers,” Kiffin said. “It was good to see.”But the offense, which finished just 18 yards shy of 600 total yards, outshined whatever noteworthy plays the defense made.In addition to Barkley’s performance, sophomore wide receiver Robert Woods finished with 14 receptions for 255 yards and two touchdowns. Similarly, his high school teammate, freshman wideout Marqise Lee totaled 144 receiving yards and one touchdown on eight catches.Photo courtesy of Luciano Nunez“[Barkley’s] putting the ball on the money, on point every time,” Woods said. “He’s making it really easy on us because he puts it right where it needs to be.”Equally, Woods and Lee have made it easy on Barkley. Of his 32 completions, 22 went to Woods and Lee.“I’ve played with him since high school, and it’s exciting to see him grow,” Woods said of Lee. “I’m real proud of him.”Despite a young offensive line that looked particularly young a week ago in the Trojans’ 43-22 loss to Arizona State, Barkley was not sacked once against the Wildcats.“Our line was a huge component because of the protection,” Barkley said of the unit, which on average is allowing less than one sack per game. “I didn’t get touched once, except when I rolled out of the pocket. They were huge.”Photo courtesy of Luciano NunezWith the Trojans heading into a bye week before an Oct. 13 contest against California at AT&T Park in San Francisco, most players appear content with the win — at least for now.“In a sense, it is what it is,” freshman linebacker Dion Bailey said in the moments following the game. “We’ll take our wins.”last_img read more

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30 Aug
2020

Digitain tackles shortfall in live sports with Penalty launch

first_img Sportsbook and casino platform provider Digitain has strengthened its gaming suite after confirming the launch of its in-house betting product, Penalty.Players will compete to correctly predict the randomly generated outcome of the penalty shoot-out, which Digitain hopes to make as realistic as possible through a ‘match-day soundtrack and immersive visual effects’.Martin Clarke, Director of Product Management at Digitain, said: “Football enthusiasts around the globe are sorely missing the beautiful game, and this thrilling new title helps to fill the gap in sporting action for entertainment-hungry fans.“Following in the footsteps of RocketOn and Crash, Penalty marks the latest addition to our acclaimed in-house catalogue, as Digitain continues to help operators respond to fixture schedule disruption with action-packed alternatives.”The latest game comes as Digitain looks to develop alternate revenue streams to mitigate the shortfall in live sporting events.In March, Digitain revealed plans to ‘navigate the storm‘ caused by the coronavirus pandemic by boosting its catalogue of alternative markets to the front of its ranks.Boasting an ‘action-packed line up’ of content, Digitain has boosted its offering with in-house skill games, alternative sporting markets, a variety of esports events as well as its table football betting roster. Digitain and LSports double up for simulated tennis roll out June 30, 2020 Submit StumbleUpon Related Articles Why reliability of service is an integral part of TVBET’s strategy August 6, 2020 SBC Webinars and Digitain present Finding Value in Untapped Markets July 14, 2020 Share Sharelast_img read more

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29 Aug
2020

Sammy Kuffour: Ghana will shock the continent at Afcon 2019

first_imgFormer Ghana and Bayern Munich defender Samuel Osei Kuffour believes the country will profit from the lack of expectations at the upcoming Afcon in Egypt.Having represented Ghana himself at the Afcon and also the world cup, the former defender wants Ghana to make the most of the lack of attention being showered on them.Ghana will have to make it out of Group F which also has defending champions Cameroon, Guinea-Bissau and Benin.“I am looking forward to the Afcon,but the most important thing is that we go into it without pressure“We are going into the tournament with a free mind because we are not favorites.“If you count about five teams that could win the tournament no one will mention Ghana.“This is where our chance lies,because we are going into the tournament with a free mind.“We know that we are not going to bring the cup so it could be a surprise.“Football is full of surprises,nobody thought Cameroon would win the competition two years ago but they did.“The belief in the country is low regarding the Black Stars going all the way to win the cup,It could be a shock for all of us,” he told Citi sports.Ghana will be seeking to end a drought that has lasted nearly three decades despite making a semi-final and a final appearance in the last two editions of the competition.last_img read more

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28 Aug
2020

Protecting Michigan’s trees

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. — August is tree check month and as Michiganders spend time outdoors, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is asking you to do your part by helping protect Michigan’s trees.Usually in late summer and early fall the Asian Longhorned beetles drill perfectly rounded 3/8 inch holes in trees.According to USDA’s  Policy Manager, Paul Chaloux, the beetle feeds on maple, ash, birch, elm, poplar and other hardwood species.The beetles are large with irregular white spots and black and white banded antennaeSpokesperson, Rob Miller, said public participation is key to early detection.For more information or to report a sighting, you can visit www.asianlonghornedbeetle.comAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Grants offered to local residents implementing positive changeNext August 4 primary resultslast_img read more

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26 Aug
2020

Angels finish final trip of the season with 5th straight loss

first_img Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter “It doesn’t feel horrible, it doesn’t feel great,” Simmons said after the game. “It doesn’t necessarily feel like there is something major going on. We just have to wait till tomorrow to see if the soreness goes away.”Simmons said he is “hoping” he will be able to play on Monday.The Angels are hoping they can get some better pitching that what they’ve seen during this unsightly losing streak.The Angels gave up 58 runs in the five losses, two at Oakland and three in Houston. That included a franchise-record four straight games allowing at least 10 runs. The Angels even gave up seven runs in the game they won, on Tuesday.“I think there’s a lot of youth on the field, a lot of youth in the bullpen,” Scioscia said. “There will be growing pains. The guys still have their stuff. We went through that one week where we were getting at least to a certain point in the game with our starters and we were winning games. That evaporated this week. It was tough.” Jaime Barría pitched five innings on Saturday, and no other Angels starter on this trip lasted more than four innings.Skaggs started this one on a pitch count of 65, he said. It was just his second outing since returning from a month on the disabled list. He lasted just 54, coming out after 2-1/3 innings with four runs on the board.Related Articles PreviousHouston Astros’ pitcher Charlie Morton is late on the tag as Los Angeles Angels Justin Upton scores on a wild pitch in the first inning of a baseball game Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/Richard Carson)Los Angeles Angels Shohei Ohtani strikes out swinging but runs to first after Houston Astro’s catcher Martin Maldonado dropped the ball in the fifth inning of a baseball game Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/Richard Carson)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani, left, is tagged by Houston Astros catcher Martin Maldonado after striking out in the first inning of a baseball game Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/Richard Carson) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsLos Angeles Angels’ center fielder Michael Hermosillo catches a ball hit by Houston Astros’ Alex Bregman in the fourth inning of a baseball game Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/Richard Carson)Los Angeles Angels pitcher Junichi Tazawa delivers against the Houston Astros in the third inning of a baseball game Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/Richard Carson)Houston Astros’ pitcher Framber Valdez delivers against the Los Angeles Angels after replacing starter Charlie Morton in the second inning of a baseball game Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/Richard Carson)Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scoiscia, left, hands the ball to relief pitcher Junichi Tazawa, second from right, as he replaces Tyler Skaggs in the third inning of a baseball game against the Houston Astros, Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/Richard Carson)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani, left, is tagged by Houston Astro’s catcher Martin Maldonado after striking out in the first inning of a baseball game Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/Richard Carson)Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs delivers the ball against the Houston Astros in the first inning of a baseball game Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/Richard Carson)Houston Astros’ Yuli Gurriel, front right, is greeted by teammate Tyler White (13) after his home run against the Los Angeles Angels in the first inning of a baseball game Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/Richard Carson)Los Angeles Angels Justin Upton is greeted by teammate Francisco Arcia after scoring on a wild pitch from Houston Astros’ pitcher Charlie Morton in the first inning of a baseball game Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/Richard Carson)Houston Astros’ pitcher Charlie Morton is late on the tag as Los Angeles Angels Justin Upton scores on a wild pitch in the first inning of a baseball game Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/Richard Carson)Los Angeles Angels Shohei Ohtani strikes out swinging but runs to first after Houston Astro’s catcher Martin Maldonado dropped the ball in the fifth inning of a baseball game Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/Richard Carson)NextShow Caption1 of 11Los Angeles Angels Shohei Ohtani strikes out swinging but runs to first after Houston Astro’s catcher Martin Maldonado dropped the ball in the fifth inning of a baseball game Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/Richard Carson)ExpandHOUSTON — The Angels are bringing an ugly losing streak home to begin what will likely be Mike Scioscia’s final week as manager.The Angels’ 6-2 loss to the Houston Astros on Sunday was their fifth in a row on the final trip of the season, dropping the team to 75-81, a season-worst six games under .500.Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here.In Scioscia’s first 17 years, the Angels never had back-to-back losing seasons. At the end of his 10-year contract, Scioscia is facing the possibility of three straight losing seasons unless the Angels can win their final six to finish at .500. They have three against the Texas Rangers starting Monday, followed by three against the Oakland A’s starting Friday.Making matters even worse, Andrelton Simmons left the game with sore right knee after he tumbled awkwardly after fielding a bouncer and making a throw in the seventh inning. Simmons walked gingerly for a few minutes before coming out of the game. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “His stuff looked good,” Scioscia said. “I thought he had good life on his fastball, but he never commanded counts the way he needed to. He couldn’t get to where he could use his secondary pitches as out pitches. Those guys did a good job in the batters’ box against him.”Skaggs gave up a two-run homer to Yuli Gurriel in the first inning on a curve that he hoped to bounce, but left up. An out later, Marwin Gonzalez doubled down the left-field line. He scored on Evan Gattis’ single.After a perfect second, Skaggs gave up another run in the third, on two hits and a hit batter, and his day was over.“I felt good,” he said. “I made some good pitches and some bad pitches. Overall, a rough day. They hit my mistakes. Falling behind in the count, it’s tough to pitch against a team like this.”center_img Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros last_img read more

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16 Aug
2020

Drezga from Šibenik will play for BC Kakanj

first_imgLuka Drezga is the new reinforcement of the Basketball Club ”Kakanj”.Dreza, 25 year old, point guard, played for Šibenik, Trogir, Zagreb, Olion Edirne, Heliod Domžale, etc.Chairman of BC ”Kakanj” Mevludin Delibašić said that Drezga is a very good player and he’ll help FC Kakanj to remain in the first league, and he’ll have his debut on Saturday against BC Bosna ASA Telecom.last_img

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