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Berry tops IMCA Modified feature at Durbin Memorial

first_imgBrian Osantowski made his move to the front of the Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod field with two circuits to go and was chased to the checkers by Brayton Carter and Dusty Masolini.  One hundred and six cars packed the pits for the second annual Durbin Memorial. next Thursday is the 21st annual Ron Little Memorial/Midwest Madness Tour event. Berry had some challenges but stayed tough out front as he went on to the win. Tom Berry Jr. took the $1,000 IMCA Modified feature win at Stuart Speedway’s Jake Durbin Memorial Wednesday night. (Photo by Jim Zimmerline) By Josh Reynolds Buck Schafroth cruised to the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car checkers ahead of Dallon Murty and Damon Murty. Chuck Madden Jr. sailed to the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock win with Dylan Nelson second with Brandon Cox third.  Dylan Thornton and Jordy Nelson were on the front row for Wednesday’s main event. Nelson led early with Todd Shute waiting in the wings. A lap six caution slowed the field and when flagman Jamie Schirm waved the green it was Berry powering to the lead with Richie Gustin in tow. STUART, Iowa (June 24) – Tom Berry Jr. turned away all challengers and went home with both the IMCA Modified feature win and a $1,000 check from Stuart Speedway’s Jake Durbin Memorial. Owen Richards led the distance of the Mach-1 Sport Compact main event. Hunter Patrick and Tyler Fiebelkorn rounded out the top three. Already on the Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot, Berry crossed the stripe ahead of Gustin with Cayden Carter third. Tim Ward was fourth and Shute fifth. Modified feature results – 1. Tom Berry Jr.; 2. Richie Gustin; 3. Cayden Carter; 4. Tim Ward; 5. Todd Shute; 6. Nick Roberts; 7. Ethan Braaksma; 8. Josh Gilman; 9. Dylan Thornton; 10. Tony Cox; 11. Chase Rudolf; 12. Jesse Dennis; 13. Jeff James; 14. Anthony Hofbauer; 15. Kyle Brown; 16. Colton Horner; 17. Scott Simatovich; 18. Zack Rawlins; 19. Cory Sauerman; 20. Martin Bennett; 21. Mike Albertsen; 22. Jordy Nelson; 23. Matthew Meinecke; 24. John Davis.last_img read more

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Could Julio Urias be a boost to Dodgers’ bullpen? Dave Roberts thinks so

first_imgATLANTA – Maybe Dave Roberts is a practical man. And maybe he has seen all the relievers changing teams recently and noticed they weren’t showing up in his clubhouse.Sign up for our Inside the Dodgers newsletter. Be the best Dodger fan you can be by getting daily intel on your favorite team. Subscribe here.“I think you can always get better and poke holes in your ballclub,” the Dodgers manager said when asked about his team’s need to upgrade its bullpen before Monday’s non-waiver trade deadline. “But when you look at (Pedro) Baez coming back, you’ve got (Josh) Fields coming back, getting close, (Tony) Cingrani getting close and you have six starters. We know we’re not going to run six starters out there for the duration of the season. Ultimately, somebody’s going to have to go to the ‘pen.“So there’s some depth there. But if there’s a deal to be had I’m sure our guys (in the front office) will be on it. … With what we have, to go outside and do something just to do something, it’s gotta really make sense because there’s a lot of good arms that we have that we know that we trust internally.”Starters Kenta Maeda, Ross Stripling and Alex Wood all have experience pitching out of the bullpen to varying degrees. Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Roberts also raised the possibility that the Dodgers’ bullpen could get a boost for the stretch run from the return of Julio Urias.As his recovery from major shoulder surgery over a year ago has reached its final stages, the young left-hander has become a blank canvas upon which hopes can be projected. Urias has only recently begun throwing to hitters in simulated-game sessions, a workout Roberts said Urias will probably replicate in Los Angeles next week.Realistically, Urias will need extensive time in the minors to build his arm into game shape after not facing hitters in a competitive situation since June 10 of last year. There might not be enough time left in this season for him to build up to the pitch-count level required of a starting pitcher.So now, Roberts’ projections are that Urias could return in a bullpen role down the stretch.“Our thoughts are there’s not enough time in the calendar to build him up as a starter,” Roberts said.Related Articles Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Urias underwent a major reconstruction of his pitching shoulder 13 months ago, however. It is reasonable to question how much of his former dynamic abilities the 21-year-old will be able to recover – this year or beyond. The track record of pitchers undergoing similar surgeries is not great.“We don’t know what we’re going to get,” Roberts acknowledged. “But I would say in the postseason in ‘16 and his first taste of the big leagues in ‘17, the heartbeat and the stuff – and from what I understand right now the stuff is really coming — to get him back in a short stint, that is something we feel comfortable we could bet on. We don’t know until we see it. But we’re all excited for this.”REHAB ROUNDUPOutfielder Yasiel Puig completed his rehab assignment and joined the Dodgers Friday. He will be activated from the DL on Saturday. Puig has been out since injuring an oblique muscle in his right side on July 8.Third baseman Justin Turner did an agility and core workout and took part in batting practice Friday. Turner is making progress in his recovery from an adductor muscle injury in his right leg. He will be eligible to come off the DL next Thursday.“To say he’s going to be back on the 11th day, we’re not sure yet,” Roberts said.UP NEXTDodgers LHP Alex Wood (6-5, 3.87 ERA) at Braves LHP Max Fried (1-3, 3.92 ERA), Saturday, 4:10 p.m., SportsNet LA (where available), MLB Network (out of market only)m,m, Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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Sports world mourns Cedric Benson’s unexpected death

first_imgThe reported death of former Texas and NFL star Cedric Benson at age 36 in a motorcycle accident sent ripples through the sports world Sunday.According to mutiple reports, Benson died Saturday night when his motorcycle collided with another vehicle in Austin, Texas. A passenger on the motorcycle was also killed and two people in the vehicle were injured. Former @TexasLonghorns coach Mack Brown, who coached Cedric Benson, posted the following. pic.twitter.com/JqwjH1RRy0— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) August 18, 2019The school later offered it’s sympathy. Very sad day with the passing of Longhorn Legend Cedric Benson. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends and our community of lettermen. He will be missed. pic.twitter.com/7v7rJioFis— Texas Football (@TexasFootball) August 18, 2019The Bengals mourn the loss of Cedric Benson.”Our organization is deeply saddened by his sudden and tragic passing. The Bengals extend our deepest condolences to Cedric’s family.”Statement: https://t.co/W3KqAYnz0aCedric’s legacy: https://t.co/UXjZgprYrJ pic.twitter.com/xYmKbLhIxl— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) August 18, 2019Thank you for the memories, Cedric. A true Longhorn Legend. pic.twitter.com/9gtoqo7ohi— Texas Football (@TexasFootball) August 18, 2019The Bears, who selected Benson fourth overall in the 2005 NFL Draft, and Bengals, who had him on their roster from 2008-11, also offered their condolences.Our condolences to the friends and family of former Bears running back Cedric Benson, our 4th overall Draft pick in 2005 and member of the 2006 NFC Champions team. pic.twitter.com/vz10iCyhYe— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) August 18, 2019We mourn the passing of former @ChicagoBears, @Bengals RB Cedric Benson.Rest In Peace. pic.twitter.com/SzPp1Rjxym— NFL (@NFL) August 18, 2019Other players from around the league offered their sympathy as well.R.I.P Cedric Benson 👼🏾 pic.twitter.com/dLoIIOd3zY— Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) August 18, 2019Woke up to the horrible news of Cedric Benson’s passing. My heart aches for him and his family. Sending love, peace and blessings their way. Gone way too soon my brother. Rest well young King. You will truly be missed….🙏🏿 #GoneButNeverForgotten #BearDown pic.twitter.com/lxFhAduZ8c— Thomas Q. Jones (@thomasqjones) August 18, 2019Legend!! @Cedric_Benson pic.twitter.com/Jc7M3v1alJ— Vince Young (@VinceYoung10) August 18, 2019Rest In Peace to Cedric Benson, A Texas Legend gone too soon pic.twitter.com/RthHjygryQ— Robert Griffin III (@RGIII) August 18, 2019RIP Ceddy B sad man— Cj Anderson (@cjandersonb22) August 18, 2019Dang, this news shakes me. Rest in peace my friend. #RIPCedricBenson pic.twitter.com/7nFB8orl8C— Andrew Hawkins (@Hawk) August 18, 2019To my man Cedric B. I remember hearing all of these football stories about you when the bears drafted you 4th overall. You and I always got along..even with pads on, if I hit you or you hit me a little harder than… https://t.co/bCTxktKQfQ— Lance Briggs (@LanceBriggs) August 18, 2019 Former Texas, NFL star Cedric Benson dies in motorcycle accident, reports say Before any teams made formal announcements, former Longhorns coach Mack Brown, who coached Benson during his college days, offered his condolences in a comment on Instagram.”We lost a great one way too soon. #RIP,” Brown wrote on a fan account’s photo. Related Newslast_img read more

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