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first_img August 20, 2017 Governor Wolf Attends MLB Pirates-Cardinals Game at Historic Bowman Field Press Release Williamsport, PA – Tonight, Governor Tom Wolf attended the first-ever Major League Baseball regular season game held at the start of the weeks-long Little League World Series festivities in Williamsport. The Pittsburgh Pirates hosted the St. Louis Cardinals at BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field, the home of the Class-A Williamsport Crosscutters of the NY-Penn League.“It doesn’t get much better than a great baseball game,” Gov. Wolf said. “To experience Major League Baseball in the intimate setting of historic Bowman Field with so many Little League players, coaches, families, and volunteers was just a tremendous night.”Dubbed “The MLB Little League Classic,” The Pirates-Cardinals game was introduced to celebrate youth baseball during the 2017 Little League World Series. The game aired nationally on ESPN’s “Sunday Night Baseball” and ESPN Radio.To start the day, Major Leaguers attended Little League World Series games at Howard J. Lamade Stadium. The day-long baseball celebration culminated with MLB hosting Little Leaguers and their families at the Pirates-Cardinals game.Bowman Field had a major makeover in preparation for the game. A new deck, named Logger’s Landing, was added down the first base line and new seats were added on the grandstand’s two levels.Pennsylvania’s Redevelopment Capital Assistance Program awarded $1.25 million toward the project in November 2016. Major League Baseball made a significant investment, too.“The only thing better than this Major-League game are the dozens of Little League World Series games being playing in Williamsport over the next two weeks,” Gov. Wolf said.“The MLB game was a perfect kick-off for the 2017 Little League World Series. I wish all of the teams here in Williamsport a lot of spirited competition and the best of luck.”View the governor’s recent video message to players, families, spectators, and volunteers can be viewed on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

first_img FOLLOW US READ | Was A Mistake, Hoping For Light Punishment: Shooter Ravi Kumar On Doping ViolationSun’s CAS hearing, the first in 20 years that was open to the public, was beset by technical difficulties and interpreting errors between Chinese and English which frustrated lawyers and held up proceedings. CAS said the private translation service was provided by Sun’s camp and agreed by both parties, adding that it couldn’t hire its own interpreters for reasons of “independence and neutrality”. Swimming body FINA confirmed in January that Sun had used a hammer to smash a vial containing his own blood sample during the testing session, but acquitted him of anti-doping violations, agreeing that testers had failed to produce adequate identification. But the ruling outraged the World Anti-Doping Agency which took the matter to CAS, demanding a ban of between two and eight years for missing the out-of-competition test. After being cleared by FINA Sun was able to compete in the World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea, in July, where he won two golds but became a focus of protests from rivals.READ | Captain Woods Sends Himself Out In 1st Presidents Cup MatchREAD | NBA Trade Rumours: Kevin Love On Verge Of Leaving Cleveland Cavaliers For Boston Celtics SUBSCRIBE TO US Chinese Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang’s anti-doping case, in which he is facing an eight-year ban for missing a drug test, won’t be settled before mid-January because of translation problems, the Court of Arbitration for Sport said. The Swiss-based court said “some concerns were raised” about the translation of Sun’s testimony from Chinese into English at the one-day hearing on November 15. The triple Olympic gold medal-winner, who served a doping suspension in 2014, is accused of smashing a blood vial with a hammer following a visit by testers in September last year.READ | Fit Johnson ‘ready’ For Full Part In Presidents Cup After Surgery First Published: 11th December, 2019 12:50 IST Press Trust Of India WATCH US LIVEcenter_img COMMENT “Although the organisation and the schedule of the public hearing was to the satisfaction of the arbitrators and parties’ counsels, some concerns were raised with respect to the quality of the interpretation of Mr. Yang’s testimony,” a CAS statement said.”The parties are currently preparing an agreed-upon written transcript of the proceedings, including a full translation of Mr. Yang’s testimony, which the panel will work from when deliberating and preparing the arbitral award,” CAS said, adding that the case would not be decided before mid-January. Last Updated: 11th December, 2019 12:50 IST Lost In Translation: Swimmer Sun Yang’s Doping Case Hits Interpretation Snag Chinese Olympic swimming champion Sun Yang’s anti-doping case, in which he is facing an 8-year ban for missing a drug test won’t be settled before mid-January Written By LIVE TVlast_img read more