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Nov 27, 2012 10:16pm
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BOSTON The Boston Red Sox have suspended right-hander Alfredo Aceves for three
games for conduct detrimental to the team. Rob Gronkowski Pink Jersey . General manager
Ben Cherington made the announcement during Saturday nights game against the
Kansas City Royals. According to the Boston Herald, Aceves was seen storming out
of manager Bobby Valentines office after Friday nights game, when Andrew Bailey
pitched the ninth inning for his first save of the season. John Hannah Jersey . Manager Ron Roenicke
said before Tuesday nights game against St. Louis that Francisco Rodriguez will
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seven scoreless innings and gave up just three hits while fanning seven and
walking two to get the win. The lefty also helped his own cause with an RBI
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. The central midfielder was meant to be a backup to Yann MVila at Euro 2012.
But an ankle injury for Laurent Blancs first choice means Diarra will be in the
starting lineup at the Group D match in Donetsk. Vince Wilfork Jersey . The win snapped a
five-game winless streak for Belleville while the Battalion lost for the first
time in regulation in 12 games. “I have to give a lot of credit to the guys in
front of me,” said Graham. Stevan Ridley Womens Jersey . Joey Votto and
the Cincinnati Reds then found a way to give Dusty Baker a milestone victory.
Vottos RBI double off John Axford broke a scoreless tie in the ninth, and the
Reds edged the Milwaukee Brewers 2-1 on Wednesday.NBA Draft on Thursday
night; cant wait! Hope springs eternal for all those teams that need to turn the
corner and succeed.  Here are a few quick thoughts. FIVE QUICK NBA THOUGHTS:  
1. TORONTO RAPTORS: The Draft is the beginning of what should be a busy and
fascinating off-season. The team has multiple needs, as well as a lack of a deep
talent pool. Bottom line, the eighth overall pick will be in play if there is a
dance partner to do a deal with. I fully expect the Raps to try to make a run at
free agents on the market with their cap space. Theyll also look to be active in
the trade market and use the amnesty exemption as well. So many moving pieces in
play where one move will have significant ripple effects on the dynamics of
other possible transactions. Bottom line, they need to figure out the long
and
mid-term plan at point guard, acquire a starting small forward, and upgrade the
athleticism and skill level at all the perimeter spots.  Four years without a
Playoff game with new owners in place soon; time to start showing significant
progress. 2.  DANNY FERRY (Hawks): Hired as the GM with a six-year deal. Coach
Larry Drew will get a chance based upon his contract extension to see things
through a bit, but with a new boss and a team thats good but not great, the
Hawks have big decisions to make on how long they stick with their core group
after being eliminated in the first round of the Playoffs. You have enough
success, you draft lower each year, have to pay big money to your core guys
(example: Joe Johnson) and your available cap space diminishes. You have to make
the right moves on the complimentary players with limited money. Ferry did a
good job in Cleveland even though he came up short with LeBron. Hes a good
basketball man who will be bold when need be. Good is the Enemy of Great –  no
better example thaan this franchise. Kevin Faulk Jersey. 3. JARED SULLINGER (Ohio
State): Not invited to the Draft due to not being projected in the Top 15. I
feel bad for him. If he came out last year, he would have easily been a Top 5
pick – now hes fighting for mere respect as his stock plummets due alleged back
issues and not being a workout wonder. Hes an effective post player, and in the
right system, with the proper coach who understands big men play, hell be a good
pro. Needless to say, hell have a huge chip on his shoulder. Prove it. Hes a guy
I wouldnt count out. 4. DION WAITERS (Syracuse): This guy intrigues me. Hes a
combo guard who is more of a scoring minded 2-guard. I think he can be a very
good third guard for a long time in the league. Hes got good creativity and
scoring ability. Love his quicks and burst. Might be a better pro than he was in
college. If he gets with a team that pushes it a bit, and gets a chance to play
decent rookie minutes, he can be one of the really good players in this class.
5. UNC BIGS (JOHN HENSON & TYLER ZELLER): These guys will go in the top 12
and in my opinion, and the teams that get them will be very pleased. Henson has
a long ways to go as an offensive player, and needs to get stronger, but he can
block shots and rebound and runs exceptionally well for a big man. His game is a
bit awkward yet he produces and keeps getting better. Zeller is a wonderfully
gifted post player who has good hands, terrific skills, good footwork and
excellent feel for his role. He has to improve his stamina and toughness, but
hell be a good player in the NBA for a long time. He has the motor and desire to
succeed and is very coachable. Lots of good big men in this draft, these two
have big-game experience and solid polish/understanding of what it means to play
really hard and with purpose in the trenches.  ’ ’ ’ 

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