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  • 26 Dec 2014
    Contrary to dire predictions, Robinson’s first season in the fifa 15 coins major leagues went fairly smoothly as the rookie steadfastly stuck by his promise to Rickey to turn the other cheek . He was the target of flashing spikes, beanballs, insults, and death threats. He placed second in the majors in being hit by pitches, avoiding first because a deformed right arm forced leader Whitey Kurowski to stand almost on top of the plate.28 Later, a threatened strike by the St. Louis Cardinals was short-circuited by Rickey and National League president Ford Frick . For his rookie campaign, Robinson hit .297, led the league with 29 stolen bases, and finished second in the loop with 125 runs scored. In 151 games, he lashed out 175 hits, includ- ing 12 homers. Usually hitting from the second spot in the batting order, he walked 74 times and led the league in sacrifice hits. On defense, his 16 errors at first base were the second- highest total in the league, but his fielding was generally considered at least adequate. The 1947 season was the first in which the Baseball Writers Association of America selected a Rookie of the Year, and Robinson beat out 21-game-winner Larry Jansen of the New York Giants for the award. In National League Most Valuable Player voting, he finished fifth behind third baseman Bob Elliott of the Braves, Cincinnati ace Ewell Blackwell, Giants first base- man Johnny Mize, and teammate Bruce Edwards, the Dodgers’ catcher. At season’s end, his old adversary Dixie Walker grudgingly admitted, “No other player on this club, with the possible exception of Bruce Edwards, has done more to put the Dodgers up in the race than Robinson has. He is every thing that Branch Rickey said he was when he came up from Montreal.” In fact, baseball’s great experiment was a huge success. Despite the continued concerns of the owners, integration proved to be a financial windfall for Major League Baseball. Robin- son and the Dodgers eclipsed the home attendance record they had set the previous year. They also broke single-game attendance records in every National League stadium they played in during the 1947 season, with the exception of Cincinnati’s Crosley Field where the attendance record for the first night game held up. Reported attendance for Major League Baseball that year was almost 20 million fans, an all-time record. Other black players soon followed in Robinson’s wake. On July 5, 1947, Larry Doby pinch-hit for the Cleveland Indians to become the first black player in the American League. Later, Hank Thompson and Willard Brown got trials with the St. Louis Browns, and pitcher Dan Bankhead joined Robinson in Brooklyn. In addition, 12 black players performed in the minor leagues. In the Dodgers organization, Campanella caught for Montreal, Newcombe had another fine season with Nashua where catcher Ramon Rodriguez also got a trial, and shortstop Sammy Gee played for Three Rivers. Chuck Harmon also played in the Canadian League with the St. Louis Browns’ Gloversville franchise. The Samford Bombers of the Colo- nial League featured six black players, including five from the Negro Leagues.30 And Robin- son’s former Pasadena neighbor Nate Moreland won 20 games for El Centro in the independent Sunset League.
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  • Contrary to dire predictions, Robinson’s first season in the fifa 15 coins major leagues went fairly smoothly as the rookie steadfastly stuck by his promise to Rickey to turn the other cheek . He was the target of flashing spikes, beanballs, insults, and death threats. He placed second in the majors in being hit by pitches, avoiding first because a deformed right arm forced leader Whitey Kurowski to stand almost on top of the plate.28 Later, a threatened strike by the St. Louis Cardinals was short-circuited by Rickey and National League president Ford Frick . For his rookie campaign, Robinson hit .297, led the league with 29 stolen bases, and finished second in the loop with 125 runs scored. In 151 games, he lashed out 175 hits, includ- ing 12 homers. Usually hitting from the second spot in the batting order, he walked 74 times and led the league in sacrifice hits. On defense, his 16 errors at first base were the second- highest total in the league, but his fielding was generally considered at least adequate. The 1947 season was the first in which the Baseball Writers Association of America selected a Rookie of the Year, and Robinson beat out 21-game-winner Larry Jansen of the New York Giants for the award. In National League Most Valuable Player voting, he finished fifth behind third baseman Bob Elliott of the Braves, Cincinnati ace Ewell Blackwell, Giants first base- man Johnny Mize, and teammate Bruce Edwards, the Dodgers’ catcher. At season’s end, his old adversary Dixie Walker grudgingly admitted, “No other player on this club, with the possible exception of Bruce Edwards, has done more to put the Dodgers up in the race than Robinson has. He is every thing that Branch Rickey said he was when he came up from Montreal.” In fact, baseball’s great experiment was a huge success. Despite the continued concerns of the owners, integration proved to be a financial windfall for Major League Baseball. Robin- son and the Dodgers eclipsed the home attendance record they had set the previous year. They also broke single-game attendance records in every National League stadium they played in during the 1947 season, with the exception of Cincinnati’s Crosley Field where the attendance record for the first night game held up. Reported attendance for Major League Baseball that year was almost 20 million fans, an all-time record. Other black players soon followed in Robinson’s wake. On July 5, 1947, Larry Doby pinch-hit for the Cleveland Indians to become the first black player in the American League. Later, Hank Thompson and Willard Brown got trials with the St. Louis Browns, and pitcher Dan Bankhead joined Robinson in Brooklyn. In addition, 12 black players performed in the minor leagues. In the Dodgers organization, Campanella caught for Montreal, Newcombe had another fine season with Nashua where catcher Ramon Rodriguez also got a trial, and shortstop Sammy Gee played for Three Rivers. Chuck Harmon also played in the Canadian League with the St. Louis Browns’ Gloversville franchise. The Samford Bombers of the Colo- nial League featured six black players, including five from the Negro Leagues.30 And Robin- son’s former Pasadena neighbor Nate Moreland won 20 games for El Centro in the independent Sunset League.
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  • 25 Dec 2014
    That same year Gus Greenlee, with money few people of fifa 15 coins any color possessed, began assembling an extraordinarily talented ball club. With Paige under contract (more or less), Greenlee raided the Grays for Oscar Charleston, who’d starred for seventeen years with various teams and now became the Crawfords’ manager and first baseman. Jud “Boojum” Wilson, a stocky third baseman, and Ted Radcliffe (nicknamed “Double Duty” be- cause he sometimes pitched and sometimes caught) also deserted Cum Posey, and after the East-West League folded Judy Johnson and Rap Dixon joined the Crawfords from Hilldale. Outfielder James “Cool Papa” Bell, probably the fastest man in baseball, arrived from the Detroit Stars, which had disbanded after John Roesink’s ballpark burned. But Greenlee’s prize acquisition was Josh Gibson, a twenty-one-year-old catcher who’d joined the Grays from the junior Crawfords in 1930. Since then, the powerfully muscled youngster had consistently awed spectators with home runs that traveled as far as Babe Ruth’s, Jimmie Foxx’s, or anybody else’s. Greenlee also paid for the construction of the first wholly black-owned baseball park. Located on Bedford Avenue on the Hill, supposedly costing $100,000, and seating about 6,000, Greenlee Field was nearly filled on Friday, April 29, when the Crawfords opened the season by losing 1–0 in ten innings to the Black Yankees, Jess Hubbard outpitching Paige. The Crawfords then boarded their new $10,000 Mack bus (equipped with sleep- ing berths) and embarked on a grand tour through the southern states. They were gone for three and a half months, playing almost daily on man- icured diamonds in big cities and on small-town fields that were little more than cow pastures. When they returned to Greenlee Field for another series with the Black Yankees, Paige pitched a 6–0 no-hitter. Greenlee’s vision was much like Rube Foster’s. He wanted to make black baseball independent of white capital and booking agents, and he wanted black people to embrace “Race baseball” as their own and quit giving preference to games between whites. But he also liked having white fans at Greenlee Field and wherever else the Crawfords played, which meant that, like everybody else in black baseball, he understood that most people would rather see a white team play a black team than a game be- tween two black teams. So while the Crawfords and the Grays met nineteen times in 1932 at Greenlee and Forbes fields, the Crawfords played lots of games against white semipro outfits. In Jamestown, Pennsylvania, for example, they bat- ted against Hugh Bedient, who’d pitched in the 1912 World Series. The House of David travelers brought their lights into Greenlee Field and showed off Grover Cleveland Alexander for a couple of innings. The Bush- wicks packed Dexter Park for a matchup between Paige and Stan Baum- gartner, a onetime Athletics starter and a budding Philadelphia sportswriter. And then there were the autumnal barnstorming encounters between black and white professionals. Following the 1932 major-league season, Casey Stengel organized a team that included, among others, Woody En- glish, Danny Taylor, Roy Parmelee, Larry French, and Hack Wilson. They met the Crawfords in seven games in York, Altoona, Pittsburgh, and Cleve- land. On October 1 Paige held the big leaguers to two runs and struck out fifteen, while the Crawfords slammed Parmelee for fourteen hits and ten runs. The Crawfords won four other games in the series; Stengel’s team, only two. By then, Cum Posey had developed an abiding hatred for Greenlee, not only because of Greenlee’s player raids but because he aspired to dom- inate Pittsburgh’s black baseball, just as he dominated the Hill’s numbers traffic. Although Greenlee was contemptuous of Posey’s pretenses to re- spectability, he also needed the Grays in the new league he was putting together. Posey, in turn, couldn’t afford to be shut out of the circuit, so both the Grays and the Crawfords became charter members of the new Negro National League, established in Chicago in January 1933.
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  • That same year Gus Greenlee, with money few people of fifa 15 coins any color possessed, began assembling an extraordinarily talented ball club. With Paige under contract (more or less), Greenlee raided the Grays for Oscar Charleston, who’d starred for seventeen years with various teams and now became the Crawfords’ manager and first baseman. Jud “Boojum” Wilson, a stocky third baseman, and Ted Radcliffe (nicknamed “Double Duty” be- cause he sometimes pitched and sometimes caught) also deserted Cum Posey, and after the East-West League folded Judy Johnson and Rap Dixon joined the Crawfords from Hilldale. Outfielder James “Cool Papa” Bell, probably the fastest man in baseball, arrived from the Detroit Stars, which had disbanded after John Roesink’s ballpark burned. But Greenlee’s prize acquisition was Josh Gibson, a twenty-one-year-old catcher who’d joined the Grays from the junior Crawfords in 1930. Since then, the powerfully muscled youngster had consistently awed spectators with home runs that traveled as far as Babe Ruth’s, Jimmie Foxx’s, or anybody else’s. Greenlee also paid for the construction of the first wholly black-owned baseball park. Located on Bedford Avenue on the Hill, supposedly costing $100,000, and seating about 6,000, Greenlee Field was nearly filled on Friday, April 29, when the Crawfords opened the season by losing 1–0 in ten innings to the Black Yankees, Jess Hubbard outpitching Paige. The Crawfords then boarded their new $10,000 Mack bus (equipped with sleep- ing berths) and embarked on a grand tour through the southern states. They were gone for three and a half months, playing almost daily on man- icured diamonds in big cities and on small-town fields that were little more than cow pastures. When they returned to Greenlee Field for another series with the Black Yankees, Paige pitched a 6–0 no-hitter. Greenlee’s vision was much like Rube Foster’s. He wanted to make black baseball independent of white capital and booking agents, and he wanted black people to embrace “Race baseball” as their own and quit giving preference to games between whites. But he also liked having white fans at Greenlee Field and wherever else the Crawfords played, which meant that, like everybody else in black baseball, he understood that most people would rather see a white team play a black team than a game be- tween two black teams. So while the Crawfords and the Grays met nineteen times in 1932 at Greenlee and Forbes fields, the Crawfords played lots of games against white semipro outfits. In Jamestown, Pennsylvania, for example, they bat- ted against Hugh Bedient, who’d pitched in the 1912 World Series. The House of David travelers brought their lights into Greenlee Field and showed off Grover Cleveland Alexander for a couple of innings. The Bush- wicks packed Dexter Park for a matchup between Paige and Stan Baum- gartner, a onetime Athletics starter and a budding Philadelphia sportswriter. And then there were the autumnal barnstorming encounters between black and white professionals. Following the 1932 major-league season, Casey Stengel organized a team that included, among others, Woody En- glish, Danny Taylor, Roy Parmelee, Larry French, and Hack Wilson. They met the Crawfords in seven games in York, Altoona, Pittsburgh, and Cleve- land. On October 1 Paige held the big leaguers to two runs and struck out fifteen, while the Crawfords slammed Parmelee for fourteen hits and ten runs. The Crawfords won four other games in the series; Stengel’s team, only two. By then, Cum Posey had developed an abiding hatred for Greenlee, not only because of Greenlee’s player raids but because he aspired to dom- inate Pittsburgh’s black baseball, just as he dominated the Hill’s numbers traffic. Although Greenlee was contemptuous of Posey’s pretenses to re- spectability, he also needed the Grays in the new league he was putting together. Posey, in turn, couldn’t afford to be shut out of the circuit, so both the Grays and the Crawfords became charter members of the new Negro National League, established in Chicago in January 1933.
    Dec 25, 2014 251
  • 24 Dec 2014
    By 1930 the World Series had become an annual radio event, but both the fifa 15 coins National Broadcasting Company and the newer Columbia Broadcasting System could still carry the games free of charge. Over NBC’s national hookup Graham McNamee, a veteran of Series play-by-play, and sports- writer Ford Frick would do every game, while CBS, which had Ted Husing to cover the action, opted to devote Sunday, October 5, to previously sched- uled programming. Despite radio’s growing presence, many people would still follow the play-by-play on message boards outside newspaper offices and elsewhere. New Yorkers, for example, could gather in Madison Square Garden to watch the progress of games on an electric board projected on a 40-foot screen. On Wednesday, October 1, President Hoover and five members of his Cabinet were among the chilled 33,000 who packed Shibe Park for the Series opener. Several thousand more paid the occupants of row houses to watch from roofs and top-floor windows across narrow Twentieth Street, which ran behind the right-field fence. Before the game, the ballpark’s loudspeaker system played recorded martial music, and the comedy duo of Al Schacht and Nick Altrock, who doubled as Washington’s coaches during the season, regaled the gathering with their pantomimes. J. Roy Stock- ton of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, discounting Wrigley Field, called Shibe Park, with its superior playing field and accommodations for customers, “the best equipped and cleanest baseball plant in the big leagues.” Following the season’s hitting onslaught, the World Series featured some of the best pitching in the history of postseason play. The Athletics, solid favorites with gamblers, won the first game 5–2, Al Simmons and Mickey Cochrane homering and Lefty Grove scattering nine hits. Thirty- seven-year-old Burleigh Grimes, one of only three remaining hurlers ex- empted from the ban on spitball pitching adopted ten years earlier, was the loser. The next day, the Athletics won even more easily, driving out Flint Rhem in the fourth inning and cruising behind George Earnshaw,6 –1. Cochrane homered again, as did St. Louis’s George Watkins; and Frank Frisch’s forty-second hit in World Series play, a first-inning double, set a new record. After the long train ride west, the Series resumed on Saturday in St. Louis, a city whose economy was already in a bad way. A local reporter estimated that of the thousands waiting through the night to get in line when the bleachers ticket window opened at 7:30 a.m., one in ten intended to sell his place for the $1 ticket price. Some of the waiting men, lacking anything to eat or drink, joked that they were “living on prosperity”; one, who gave his name as Paul Blay, said he’d been working only one day a week.19 When Blay failed to sell his place and found himself at the ticket window, he had to step aside in favor of somebody who could pay the tariff. (Meanwhile, in Cleveland’s Public Hall, President Hoover spoke to the annual convention of the American Bankers Association; outside, motorcycle police used tear gas to disperse a crowd of Communists and sympathizers.) On Saturday, October 4, Hallahan threw a seven-hit shutout, besting Rube Walberg 5–0. Every seat in Sportsman’s Park was occupied, including temporary field boxes that extended from the regular first- and third-base stands and obliged players and managers to sit outside their dugouts on benches. Then, on Sunday, the Cardinals tied the Series when Jess Haines pitched a four-hit, 3–1 gem, holding the Athletics hitless after the fourth inning. Although Grove gave up only five hits himself, a fourth-inning throwing error by third baseman Jimmy Dykes led to two Cardinals runs, which proved enough. On Monday the pitching was even better. Earnshaw allowed three hits and no runs; Grimes gave up only five hits, but in the top of the ninth inning he walked Cochrane and then hung a curve ball to Foxx, who sent it far back into the left-field bleachers.
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  • By 1930 the World Series had become an annual radio event, but both the fifa 15 coins National Broadcasting Company and the newer Columbia Broadcasting System could still carry the games free of charge. Over NBC’s national hookup Graham McNamee, a veteran of Series play-by-play, and sports- writer Ford Frick would do every game, while CBS, which had Ted Husing to cover the action, opted to devote Sunday, October 5, to previously sched- uled programming. Despite radio’s growing presence, many people would still follow the play-by-play on message boards outside newspaper offices and elsewhere. New Yorkers, for example, could gather in Madison Square Garden to watch the progress of games on an electric board projected on a 40-foot screen. On Wednesday, October 1, President Hoover and five members of his Cabinet were among the chilled 33,000 who packed Shibe Park for the Series opener. Several thousand more paid the occupants of row houses to watch from roofs and top-floor windows across narrow Twentieth Street, which ran behind the right-field fence. Before the game, the ballpark’s loudspeaker system played recorded martial music, and the comedy duo of Al Schacht and Nick Altrock, who doubled as Washington’s coaches during the season, regaled the gathering with their pantomimes. J. Roy Stock- ton of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, discounting Wrigley Field, called Shibe Park, with its superior playing field and accommodations for customers, “the best equipped and cleanest baseball plant in the big leagues.” Following the season’s hitting onslaught, the World Series featured some of the best pitching in the history of postseason play. The Athletics, solid favorites with gamblers, won the first game 5–2, Al Simmons and Mickey Cochrane homering and Lefty Grove scattering nine hits. Thirty- seven-year-old Burleigh Grimes, one of only three remaining hurlers ex- empted from the ban on spitball pitching adopted ten years earlier, was the loser. The next day, the Athletics won even more easily, driving out Flint Rhem in the fourth inning and cruising behind George Earnshaw,6 –1. Cochrane homered again, as did St. Louis’s George Watkins; and Frank Frisch’s forty-second hit in World Series play, a first-inning double, set a new record. After the long train ride west, the Series resumed on Saturday in St. Louis, a city whose economy was already in a bad way. A local reporter estimated that of the thousands waiting through the night to get in line when the bleachers ticket window opened at 7:30 a.m., one in ten intended to sell his place for the $1 ticket price. Some of the waiting men, lacking anything to eat or drink, joked that they were “living on prosperity”; one, who gave his name as Paul Blay, said he’d been working only one day a week.19 When Blay failed to sell his place and found himself at the ticket window, he had to step aside in favor of somebody who could pay the tariff. (Meanwhile, in Cleveland’s Public Hall, President Hoover spoke to the annual convention of the American Bankers Association; outside, motorcycle police used tear gas to disperse a crowd of Communists and sympathizers.) On Saturday, October 4, Hallahan threw a seven-hit shutout, besting Rube Walberg 5–0. Every seat in Sportsman’s Park was occupied, including temporary field boxes that extended from the regular first- and third-base stands and obliged players and managers to sit outside their dugouts on benches. Then, on Sunday, the Cardinals tied the Series when Jess Haines pitched a four-hit, 3–1 gem, holding the Athletics hitless after the fourth inning. Although Grove gave up only five hits himself, a fourth-inning throwing error by third baseman Jimmy Dykes led to two Cardinals runs, which proved enough. On Monday the pitching was even better. Earnshaw allowed three hits and no runs; Grimes gave up only five hits, but in the top of the ninth inning he walked Cochrane and then hung a curve ball to Foxx, who sent it far back into the left-field bleachers.
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  • 23 Dec 2014
    Boston headed for St. Louis with an excellent 7–3 start to fifa 15 coins its western swing. The Red Sox had finished July hot, and now in first place, they were looking to put distance between themselves and the other contenders. In St. Louis, Joe Lannin’s first concern was the outfield grass at Sportsman’s Park, which was nearly knee-high. He quickly wired a protest to Ban Johnson. Regardless of the impact of the high grass, the winning stopped at Sports-man’s Park, where the Browns were hotter than the summer heat in St. Louis. After a 1–0 loss to the Yankees on July 22, Fielder Jones’ team was in seventh place, 131 ⁄2 games out ; by the August 3 opener with Boston, St. Louis had reeled off 12 straight wins. The last six came against the Yankees, who started the set in first place and ended it in fourth. The Browns were still in seventh but had cut six games off the lead to put them in the middle of the race. And St. Louis wasn’t done yet. The Red Sox were sloppy in the first two games and lost both, and sud- denly, Chicago was in first. St. Louis was also in a sixth-place tie. In the Boston Daily Globe, Grantland Rice noted it was exactly a decade earlier that Fielder Jones (now the St. Louis Manager) led the White Sox back from exactly the same deficit the Browns now faced at exactly the same time to win the American League pennant and the World Series. A doubleheader with Boston was slated for August 5, and though still in sixth place, St. Louis had caught pennant fever. Probably not used to describing large throngs watch- ing the Browns, J.B. Sheridan wrote : The boxes, grand stand and pavilions were filled to the last seat and many hun- dreds of spectators stood back of the seats. The bleacherites will not pack up close in hot weather and the bleachers were some 2000 shy of their theoretical seating capacities. About 1000 persons were on the field in front of the pavilion in left field. The writer does not remember seeing a larger crowd at Sportsman’s Park . The Boston Herald estimated the crowd at 26,000, but what they saw didn’t rate high mark s for style. St. Louis was sloppy in the first game and Boston the second, leading the teams to split the twin bill. At least the Browns’ onslaught had been slowed, and the Red Sox also won the final game on August 6 to take two out of five in the series. In that contest, Rube Foster (9–8) tossed a three-hit, 1–0 shutout, his second straight exceptional outing. He also started a two-out rally in the fifth, with Harry Hooper and Jack Barry following with infield singles for the game’s only run. Unfortunately, extracur- ricular activities marred the contest. Browns third baseman Jimmy Austin accused Foster of attempting to bean him, and after striking out on the next pitch, Austin turned around and took a swing at catcher Pinch Thomas. It was an action Austin would soon regret. The Boston Post’s Paul Shannon reported, “Before help could reach the scene Chester (Thomas) swung three times on Austin and he didn’t miss once. Every blow found Austin’s face, and before the umpire and players of both teams could pull the men apart the hot-headed St. Louis man was pretty badly mussed up. None of the other players were engaged, as the timely rush of a dozen policemen quickly ended the trouble.” Not as lucky was Umpire Chill, who also caught a punch before ejecting both players. Lannin supported Thomas, saying he would fire a player who didn’t respond the way the catcher did and defend himself after being “assaulted.”
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  • Boston headed for St. Louis with an excellent 7–3 start to fifa 15 coins its western swing. The Red Sox had finished July hot, and now in first place, they were looking to put distance between themselves and the other contenders. In St. Louis, Joe Lannin’s first concern was the outfield grass at Sportsman’s Park, which was nearly knee-high. He quickly wired a protest to Ban Johnson. Regardless of the impact of the high grass, the winning stopped at Sports-man’s Park, where the Browns were hotter than the summer heat in St. Louis. After a 1–0 loss to the Yankees on July 22, Fielder Jones’ team was in seventh place, 131 ⁄2 games out ; by the August 3 opener with Boston, St. Louis had reeled off 12 straight wins. The last six came against the Yankees, who started the set in first place and ended it in fourth. The Browns were still in seventh but had cut six games off the lead to put them in the middle of the race. And St. Louis wasn’t done yet. The Red Sox were sloppy in the first two games and lost both, and sud- denly, Chicago was in first. St. Louis was also in a sixth-place tie. In the Boston Daily Globe, Grantland Rice noted it was exactly a decade earlier that Fielder Jones (now the St. Louis Manager) led the White Sox back from exactly the same deficit the Browns now faced at exactly the same time to win the American League pennant and the World Series. A doubleheader with Boston was slated for August 5, and though still in sixth place, St. Louis had caught pennant fever. Probably not used to describing large throngs watch- ing the Browns, J.B. Sheridan wrote : The boxes, grand stand and pavilions were filled to the last seat and many hun- dreds of spectators stood back of the seats. The bleacherites will not pack up close in hot weather and the bleachers were some 2000 shy of their theoretical seating capacities. About 1000 persons were on the field in front of the pavilion in left field. The writer does not remember seeing a larger crowd at Sportsman’s Park . The Boston Herald estimated the crowd at 26,000, but what they saw didn’t rate high mark s for style. St. Louis was sloppy in the first game and Boston the second, leading the teams to split the twin bill. At least the Browns’ onslaught had been slowed, and the Red Sox also won the final game on August 6 to take two out of five in the series. In that contest, Rube Foster (9–8) tossed a three-hit, 1–0 shutout, his second straight exceptional outing. He also started a two-out rally in the fifth, with Harry Hooper and Jack Barry following with infield singles for the game’s only run. Unfortunately, extracur- ricular activities marred the contest. Browns third baseman Jimmy Austin accused Foster of attempting to bean him, and after striking out on the next pitch, Austin turned around and took a swing at catcher Pinch Thomas. It was an action Austin would soon regret. The Boston Post’s Paul Shannon reported, “Before help could reach the scene Chester (Thomas) swung three times on Austin and he didn’t miss once. Every blow found Austin’s face, and before the umpire and players of both teams could pull the men apart the hot-headed St. Louis man was pretty badly mussed up. None of the other players were engaged, as the timely rush of a dozen policemen quickly ended the trouble.” Not as lucky was Umpire Chill, who also caught a punch before ejecting both players. Lannin supported Thomas, saying he would fire a player who didn’t respond the way the catcher did and defend himself after being “assaulted.”
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  • 22 Dec 2014
    For perhaps the first time in his career in the majors, Andruw Jones fifa 15 coins began the 2002 season playing like the superstar that he is, hitting home runs, piling up RBIs, and bringing his bat- ting average close to the .300 level again. For his efforts, he was once again named to the All-Star team. The Braves were also playing well, thanks to strong pitching from Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux, and Kevin Millwood, with closer John Smoltz on pace for 50 or more saves. But after the All-Star break, Jones fell victim to a series of injuries, sustaining strains to his neck and left shoulder and badly jamming his left wrist. Only 25, Jones was not going to be betrayed by his body and continued to fight through his inju- ries. No doubt he was thinking of the example set by his father, Henry. Legend has it that, while playing ball, Henry jumped above an outfield fence to catch a fly ball but broke his leg when he landed. Just two weeks later, Henry removed the cast, rubbed his leg with hot sand, and went back to playing ball. Andruw, however, refused to recognize that he needed to adjust his play to his injuries, instead of simply trying to force his way past them. As the second half of the season progressed, Jones watched his batting average drop by more than 50 points. As described on the Web site JockBio.com, “The harder he tried, the easier it was for pitchers to make him swing at their garbage.” It is a common malady for ballplayers, caused by frustration and a disbelief in one’s own bad playing. Whether through stubbornness or some other reason, it was not until the season was nearly at an end that Jones finally began to listen to new batting coach Terry Pendleton, who urged him to show more patience and to wait for pitches that he could handle. As soon as Jones began to heed his coach’s advice, his batting improved, particularly on the memorable evening of September 25, when he had one of the biggest nights of his career to date, hitting three home runs in four at-bats. As Braves manager Bobby Cox told USA Today, “When he stays on the ball, there’s nobody better. It’s fun to watch him hit when he’s right on.” Headed into postseason play with a record of 101–59, the Braves were bullish on their chances of beating the San Francisco Giants in the play-offs. They had home-field advan- tage in the best-of-five series and knew enough to pitch care- fully to slugger Barry Bonds. With the exception of Bonds, the Giants were lacking in superstars and had a pitching staff that seemed eminently beatable.
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  • For perhaps the first time in his career in the majors, Andruw Jones fifa 15 coins began the 2002 season playing like the superstar that he is, hitting home runs, piling up RBIs, and bringing his bat- ting average close to the .300 level again. For his efforts, he was once again named to the All-Star team. The Braves were also playing well, thanks to strong pitching from Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux, and Kevin Millwood, with closer John Smoltz on pace for 50 or more saves. But after the All-Star break, Jones fell victim to a series of injuries, sustaining strains to his neck and left shoulder and badly jamming his left wrist. Only 25, Jones was not going to be betrayed by his body and continued to fight through his inju- ries. No doubt he was thinking of the example set by his father, Henry. Legend has it that, while playing ball, Henry jumped above an outfield fence to catch a fly ball but broke his leg when he landed. Just two weeks later, Henry removed the cast, rubbed his leg with hot sand, and went back to playing ball. Andruw, however, refused to recognize that he needed to adjust his play to his injuries, instead of simply trying to force his way past them. As the second half of the season progressed, Jones watched his batting average drop by more than 50 points. As described on the Web site JockBio.com, “The harder he tried, the easier it was for pitchers to make him swing at their garbage.” It is a common malady for ballplayers, caused by frustration and a disbelief in one’s own bad playing. Whether through stubbornness or some other reason, it was not until the season was nearly at an end that Jones finally began to listen to new batting coach Terry Pendleton, who urged him to show more patience and to wait for pitches that he could handle. As soon as Jones began to heed his coach’s advice, his batting improved, particularly on the memorable evening of September 25, when he had one of the biggest nights of his career to date, hitting three home runs in four at-bats. As Braves manager Bobby Cox told USA Today, “When he stays on the ball, there’s nobody better. It’s fun to watch him hit when he’s right on.” Headed into postseason play with a record of 101–59, the Braves were bullish on their chances of beating the San Francisco Giants in the play-offs. They had home-field advan- tage in the best-of-five series and knew enough to pitch care- fully to slugger Barry Bonds. With the exception of Bonds, the Giants were lacking in superstars and had a pitching staff that seemed eminently beatable.
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  • 21 Dec 2014
    In a typical week during the practice season, a pitcher will complete three fifa 15 coins sessions of throwing from the mound: one bullpen session, one light bullpen session (or a “loosen up” session), and one game or intrasquad game. Let’s first address bullpen sessions (also called bullpens). From my experience, I have found that a lot of bullpens are done more as aerobic exercises than focused pitching. Demand that your pitchers approach bullpens with a goal and purpose at all times. As with catch play, I demand that bullpens be thrown with gamelike intensity. Depending on the structure of your bullpen, this may involve kicking out pitchers who are not involved in the bullpen so the pitcher can do focused work. Pitchers who are waiting to throw often sit on a bench behind the bullpen mound. This is a distraction for the pitcher on the mound. Do not let this happen. Pitching, unlike most anything else in the game, can be done only for a limited amount of time and requires significant recovery time before a player can go back out there again. With this in mind, every pitch in the bullpen must have focus and purpose behind it. String together three days per week of focused prep work, and by the end of the month, you will have a disciplined pitching staff ready to execute in games. The actual routine starts once a pitcher is done warming up and toes the rubber to begin throwing to the catcher. At this time, the pitcher must never throw a pitch to a catcher who is not down in his catching stance. If the pitcher needs more warm-ups, it is okay for the pitcher and catcher to step in front of or behind the mound to play catch. Remember, though, when a pitcher toes the rubber, the catcher should be down. You never want your pitcher to get used to throwing on a flat plane from the rubber. Pitchers need to develop a downward tilt to pitches because tilt and downward angle make it tough for a hitter to square up to the ball. The pitcher should envision standing on top of a two-story building and throwing down to a hitter at ground level. Think about how difficult it would be for the hitter to handle a pitch with that type of angle. Although it seems like a small pet peeve, I believe that allowing a pitcher to throw to a catcher who is standing up encourages bad habits that could lead to inconsistency.
    330 Posted by tingting
  • In a typical week during the practice season, a pitcher will complete three fifa 15 coins sessions of throwing from the mound: one bullpen session, one light bullpen session (or a “loosen up” session), and one game or intrasquad game. Let’s first address bullpen sessions (also called bullpens). From my experience, I have found that a lot of bullpens are done more as aerobic exercises than focused pitching. Demand that your pitchers approach bullpens with a goal and purpose at all times. As with catch play, I demand that bullpens be thrown with gamelike intensity. Depending on the structure of your bullpen, this may involve kicking out pitchers who are not involved in the bullpen so the pitcher can do focused work. Pitchers who are waiting to throw often sit on a bench behind the bullpen mound. This is a distraction for the pitcher on the mound. Do not let this happen. Pitching, unlike most anything else in the game, can be done only for a limited amount of time and requires significant recovery time before a player can go back out there again. With this in mind, every pitch in the bullpen must have focus and purpose behind it. String together three days per week of focused prep work, and by the end of the month, you will have a disciplined pitching staff ready to execute in games. The actual routine starts once a pitcher is done warming up and toes the rubber to begin throwing to the catcher. At this time, the pitcher must never throw a pitch to a catcher who is not down in his catching stance. If the pitcher needs more warm-ups, it is okay for the pitcher and catcher to step in front of or behind the mound to play catch. Remember, though, when a pitcher toes the rubber, the catcher should be down. You never want your pitcher to get used to throwing on a flat plane from the rubber. Pitchers need to develop a downward tilt to pitches because tilt and downward angle make it tough for a hitter to square up to the ball. The pitcher should envision standing on top of a two-story building and throwing down to a hitter at ground level. Think about how difficult it would be for the hitter to handle a pitch with that type of angle. Although it seems like a small pet peeve, I believe that allowing a pitcher to throw to a catcher who is standing up encourages bad habits that could lead to inconsistency.
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  • 21 Dec 2014
    If the challenger is at least 10 levels below their level seems to be greenish-yellow, advancing as the level drops abelow; enemies above your level will appear lemon. Maybe Cheap Runescape Gold or you can Sell Runescape Gold to rsgpfast to be able to come back actual money.When battling another gamer or beast, you will see that you hit your challenger. Red or red "splats" will appear on you and your challenger when moved. The variety within the "splat" indicates how many factors have been taken from you. Life factors are 10 x your level Structure, so if you have 99 Structure, you would have 990 Life Points. Once you achieve 0 hit factors, you will die, and come back in Lumbridge (or Falador if you have completed employment strategy and modified your respawn point). When you die, you keep only your three best products (or four, if you used the prayer "Protect Item") and rs gold in the experience. Attack level demands how often you hit an challenger. In short, the higher your strike, you hit less than 0. Degree of strike also demands what weaponry a gamer is capable of doing. The higher your strike level, the more powerful weaponry you have the ability to use."
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  • If the challenger is at least 10 levels below their level seems to be greenish-yellow, advancing as the level drops abelow; enemies above your level will appear lemon. Maybe Cheap Runescape Gold or you can Sell Runescape Gold to rsgpfast to be able to come back actual money.When battling another gamer or beast, you will see that you hit your challenger. Red or red "splats" will appear on you and your challenger when moved. The variety within the "splat" indicates how many factors have been taken from you. Life factors are 10 x your level Structure, so if you have 99 Structure, you would have 990 Life Points. Once you achieve 0 hit factors, you will die, and come back in Lumbridge (or Falador if you have completed employment strategy and modified your respawn point). When you die, you keep only your three best products (or four, if you used the prayer "Protect Item") and rs gold in the experience. Attack level demands how often you hit an challenger. In short, the higher your strike, you hit less than 0. Degree of strike also demands what weaponry a gamer is capable of doing. The higher your strike level, the more powerful weaponry you have the ability to use."
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  • 19 Dec 2014
    This trend grew in the 1970s. Of the thirty incidents fifa 15 coins reported to the RFL, fifteen involved assaults on or stone-throwing at referees, two were directed at play- ers and the rest were hooliganism between fans. In 1975 the RFL Council dis- cussed the problem twice within five weeks and called on clubs to liaise with local police to counteract the problem. Perhaps the most serious outbreak of violence came during the 1981 Good Friday derby between Hull and Hull KR, when rival gangs fought before and during the match, and threw bricks into the crowd, injur- ing thirty-seven people.6 But even this serious outbreak was relatively inconse- quential when compared with the widespread violence that accompanied many soccer matches at the time. Certainly by the mid-1980s, fights between supporters had declined significantly, partly a result of growing crowds but also because, in general, the culture of supporters differed from that of soccer in that most fans saw themselves as supporters of the sport as a whole, not just of a particular club. But while violence on the terraces proved to be minor and transient, violence on the pitch was not. In terms of statistics taken from the first complete season of each decade, the numbers of players sent off increased following the war, peaking in the 1970s and then remaining steady over the next two decades. As can be seen in Appendix 3 the number of players sent off for punching and fighting remains fairly static in the post-war years but there was a growth in the number of players dismissed for foul play during a tackle. Kneeing, elbowing and butting in the tackle, and stiff-arm, late and high tackling appear to become more frequent from the 1960s. But it is more likely that such practices became more unacceptable in the game, especially with the significant television coverage of the 1960s, and were therefore singled out by the RFL as offences that referees should punish harshly. Tackling around the head became a particular focus for concern. A 1969 article in the British Dental Journal noted that in a survey of a hundred players at all levels of the game in Lancashire, over a third had suffered tooth and mouth injuries.7 In the 1989–90 season, sendings-off almost doubled from 91 to 172, owing to a directive to referees from the RFL that deliberate tackling around the head should warrant an automatic sending-off. In 1983 the RFL launched a general campaign against violence in the game, somewhat unfortunately titled ‘Stamp Out Violence’. This coincided with the introduction of the ‘sin bin’ at the start of the 1983–84 season, to which players could be banished for ten minutes for lesser or technical offences.8 But the 1980s also saw the start of a shift in attitudes to violence, brought about by the success of the 1982 and 1986 Australian touring sides. The tourists were far more disciplined and unlikely to concede penalties than previous sides.This changed emphasis in the Australian style of play began to be emulated by British teams, especially by the John Monie-coached Wigan side of the early 1990s, for whom the giving away of an unnecessary penalty was regarded almost a disciplinary matter in itself. By the 1990s, the use of the fist, the arm or the elbow to intimidate an opponent had been replaced to a great extent by a focus on increasing the severity of the tackle, or ‘hit’ as it had become known, and the game began to describe itself as a high-speed collision sport.
    279 Posted by tingting
  • This trend grew in the 1970s. Of the thirty incidents fifa 15 coins reported to the RFL, fifteen involved assaults on or stone-throwing at referees, two were directed at play- ers and the rest were hooliganism between fans. In 1975 the RFL Council dis- cussed the problem twice within five weeks and called on clubs to liaise with local police to counteract the problem. Perhaps the most serious outbreak of violence came during the 1981 Good Friday derby between Hull and Hull KR, when rival gangs fought before and during the match, and threw bricks into the crowd, injur- ing thirty-seven people.6 But even this serious outbreak was relatively inconse- quential when compared with the widespread violence that accompanied many soccer matches at the time. Certainly by the mid-1980s, fights between supporters had declined significantly, partly a result of growing crowds but also because, in general, the culture of supporters differed from that of soccer in that most fans saw themselves as supporters of the sport as a whole, not just of a particular club. But while violence on the terraces proved to be minor and transient, violence on the pitch was not. In terms of statistics taken from the first complete season of each decade, the numbers of players sent off increased following the war, peaking in the 1970s and then remaining steady over the next two decades. As can be seen in Appendix 3 the number of players sent off for punching and fighting remains fairly static in the post-war years but there was a growth in the number of players dismissed for foul play during a tackle. Kneeing, elbowing and butting in the tackle, and stiff-arm, late and high tackling appear to become more frequent from the 1960s. But it is more likely that such practices became more unacceptable in the game, especially with the significant television coverage of the 1960s, and were therefore singled out by the RFL as offences that referees should punish harshly. Tackling around the head became a particular focus for concern. A 1969 article in the British Dental Journal noted that in a survey of a hundred players at all levels of the game in Lancashire, over a third had suffered tooth and mouth injuries.7 In the 1989–90 season, sendings-off almost doubled from 91 to 172, owing to a directive to referees from the RFL that deliberate tackling around the head should warrant an automatic sending-off. In 1983 the RFL launched a general campaign against violence in the game, somewhat unfortunately titled ‘Stamp Out Violence’. This coincided with the introduction of the ‘sin bin’ at the start of the 1983–84 season, to which players could be banished for ten minutes for lesser or technical offences.8 But the 1980s also saw the start of a shift in attitudes to violence, brought about by the success of the 1982 and 1986 Australian touring sides. The tourists were far more disciplined and unlikely to concede penalties than previous sides.This changed emphasis in the Australian style of play began to be emulated by British teams, especially by the John Monie-coached Wigan side of the early 1990s, for whom the giving away of an unnecessary penalty was regarded almost a disciplinary matter in itself. By the 1990s, the use of the fist, the arm or the elbow to intimidate an opponent had been replaced to a great extent by a focus on increasing the severity of the tackle, or ‘hit’ as it had become known, and the game began to describe itself as a high-speed collision sport.
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  • 19 Dec 2014
    Using this acquainted generously rates of speed up the manager, unusually if anybody on your gathering or amassing has one. Maybe Cheap Runescape Gold or you can Sell Runescape Gold to rsgpfast to be able to come back actual money.You may not agree to observed little containers properly invisible in breaks and breaks of your dungeon. Those that do worry it, on a lot of events do not hassle to available them. They provide money, appeal, weaponry, armament and herbs. Although it provides an taking in 10% billow breezy to your affray players from the aegis is a lot of beneficial passion is the violation curler hit that provides with a engaged destructive advance which is 50% engaged precise, and decreases the opposition's protection.
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  • Using this acquainted generously rates of speed up the manager, unusually if anybody on your gathering or amassing has one. Maybe Cheap Runescape Gold or you can Sell Runescape Gold to rsgpfast to be able to come back actual money.You may not agree to observed little containers properly invisible in breaks and breaks of your dungeon. Those that do worry it, on a lot of events do not hassle to available them. They provide money, appeal, weaponry, armament and herbs. Although it provides an taking in 10% billow breezy to your affray players from the aegis is a lot of beneficial passion is the violation curler hit that provides with a engaged destructive advance which is 50% engaged precise, and decreases the opposition's protection.
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  • 18 Dec 2014
    However, within the ‘great game’ rugby union was undergoing fifa 15 coins a resurgence with matches being organised for new recruits almost as soon as the first volun- teers arrived in training camps in September 1914. In contrast, matches played under NU rules by services teams were virtually non-existent. The only recorded example in the first months of the war was in January 1915 when a Miners’ Battalion team of the King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry played Featherstone Rovers at Otley’s rugby union ground to raise money for the widow of a Corporal Dixon of Featherstone. Even army matches played on NU grounds at this time were rugby union games.18 Nor does it appear that NU football was played much in army units on active service, although Rochdale winger and 1914 tourist Jack Robinson, who was badly wounded at Neuve Chappelle in March 1915, reported that they had played ‘rugby’ during the battle while bombs were dropping, saying that our boys out yonder will have their game of football under all sorts of condi- tions. It comes as a tonic and a relaxation from trench duty and I cannot under- stand anybody in England ever questioning the advisability of the game. But in fact, rugby of whatever code occupied a distant second place when com- pared to the popularity of soccer with troops in the field. Douglas Clark’s war diary for 1917 describes a number of soccer matches of varying degrees of formality in which he played while in France but only one game of ‘rugby’. Harold Wagstaff was reduced to playing soccer while stationed in Egypt owing to a complete absence of any form of rugby.The danger of injury and the difficulty of playing on an improvised pitch naturally gave soccer a natural advantage. A 1915 letter from an unidentified officer in a Lancashire regiment that played both rugby and soccer encapsulated the problem: The slush on our football ‘pitch’ is awful. Shall recommend that in the future all football matches be postponed until the mud is knee-deep. We were called the mudlarkers at home and truly we’ve sustained the reputation since com- ing to France. Our last football will be in use on Monday, and I dread to think of it bursting in this dreary hole. I suppose I shall have to improvise a ball or two from pigs’ bladders – anything to keep the game and the boys going. The simplicity of soccer’s rules and the ease with which a game could be organised gave it an additional advantage over the handling codes. But its popularity was also based on more than technical simplicity. As J. G. Fuller has noted, army soccer was a ‘practical exercise in class collaboration’, a sport which men of all ranks could play and which helped to cement esprit de corps among the troops.21 Outside of regiments from NU areas or South Wales, rugby was generally viewed as a game almost exclusively for officers. Soccer was the sport of the masses and therefore the ranks.
    276 Posted by tingting
  • However, within the ‘great game’ rugby union was undergoing fifa 15 coins a resurgence with matches being organised for new recruits almost as soon as the first volun- teers arrived in training camps in September 1914. In contrast, matches played under NU rules by services teams were virtually non-existent. The only recorded example in the first months of the war was in January 1915 when a Miners’ Battalion team of the King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry played Featherstone Rovers at Otley’s rugby union ground to raise money for the widow of a Corporal Dixon of Featherstone. Even army matches played on NU grounds at this time were rugby union games.18 Nor does it appear that NU football was played much in army units on active service, although Rochdale winger and 1914 tourist Jack Robinson, who was badly wounded at Neuve Chappelle in March 1915, reported that they had played ‘rugby’ during the battle while bombs were dropping, saying that our boys out yonder will have their game of football under all sorts of condi- tions. It comes as a tonic and a relaxation from trench duty and I cannot under- stand anybody in England ever questioning the advisability of the game. But in fact, rugby of whatever code occupied a distant second place when com- pared to the popularity of soccer with troops in the field. Douglas Clark’s war diary for 1917 describes a number of soccer matches of varying degrees of formality in which he played while in France but only one game of ‘rugby’. Harold Wagstaff was reduced to playing soccer while stationed in Egypt owing to a complete absence of any form of rugby.The danger of injury and the difficulty of playing on an improvised pitch naturally gave soccer a natural advantage. A 1915 letter from an unidentified officer in a Lancashire regiment that played both rugby and soccer encapsulated the problem: The slush on our football ‘pitch’ is awful. Shall recommend that in the future all football matches be postponed until the mud is knee-deep. We were called the mudlarkers at home and truly we’ve sustained the reputation since com- ing to France. Our last football will be in use on Monday, and I dread to think of it bursting in this dreary hole. I suppose I shall have to improvise a ball or two from pigs’ bladders – anything to keep the game and the boys going. The simplicity of soccer’s rules and the ease with which a game could be organised gave it an additional advantage over the handling codes. But its popularity was also based on more than technical simplicity. As J. G. Fuller has noted, army soccer was a ‘practical exercise in class collaboration’, a sport which men of all ranks could play and which helped to cement esprit de corps among the troops.21 Outside of regiments from NU areas or South Wales, rugby was generally viewed as a game almost exclusively for officers. Soccer was the sport of the masses and therefore the ranks.
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  • 17 Dec 2014
    The policy caused considerable heartache for the RFU’s loyal supporters fifa 15 coins among the northern middle classes. From East Yorkshire A.R. Meek pro- tested that the RFU’s banishment of ‘genuine amateurs’ who had played amateur NU because there were no local RFU clubs ‘is fast bringing the historic pastime into ridicule’. The Sugden brothers, scions of one of Brighouse’s leading families and ‘amateurs in the strictest sense of the word’, resigned from Brighouse Rangers in protest against the NU’s legalisation of full professionalism in 1898. Yet they too were banned from rugby union because they had ‘professionalised’ themselves. In Lancashire the Vale of Lune club committee protested to the RFU in 1902 about the refusal to allow two players who ‘are landed proprietors, and may figure in Burke’s [Peerage]’ to play the union game because they had previously played for an amateur NU side, the only rugby club in their locality. But the RFU insisted on the letter of its law being obeyed. Despite the seeming illogicality of purging players who shared the sporting ideals and social status of its leaders, there was a logic to the mania. The RFU leadership was determined to carry out a scorched earth policy to prevent the possibility of professionalism arising anew in the north. In order to remove once and for all the threat of working-class dominance, compromise could not be countenanced. Moreover, many in the central leadership of the RFU blamed the rise of professionalism in the north on the inability or unwillingness of the local middle classes to provide firm leadership to working-class players. So, for example, at the 1895 general meeting, RFU secretary Rowland Hill hoped forlornly that ‘those who have real social influence amongst the working classes of this country will use it to point out the evils which I am convinced are before them’ and the Reverend Frank Marshall denounced ‘men of superior intelligence’ who ‘pandered to the claims of their clubs and their working-men players’.39 For many in the RFU, the loss of the sport’s industrial working-class support came as a relief, as Frank Mitchell, dual cricket and rugby international, explained: the working-man player has not taught us anything in the way of style or skill in playing the game. Physique and stamina above the average he undoubtedly has, but to say that he knows more about the game than one who has been brought up in the best traditions of the public schools and the universities is absurd. If in any way the game has improved his physical and mental capacity, we are more than repaid; but at the same time, if he cannot play the game for the game itself, he can have no true interest in it, and it were better that he left us.
    589 Posted by tingting
  • The policy caused considerable heartache for the RFU’s loyal supporters fifa 15 coins among the northern middle classes. From East Yorkshire A.R. Meek pro- tested that the RFU’s banishment of ‘genuine amateurs’ who had played amateur NU because there were no local RFU clubs ‘is fast bringing the historic pastime into ridicule’. The Sugden brothers, scions of one of Brighouse’s leading families and ‘amateurs in the strictest sense of the word’, resigned from Brighouse Rangers in protest against the NU’s legalisation of full professionalism in 1898. Yet they too were banned from rugby union because they had ‘professionalised’ themselves. In Lancashire the Vale of Lune club committee protested to the RFU in 1902 about the refusal to allow two players who ‘are landed proprietors, and may figure in Burke’s [Peerage]’ to play the union game because they had previously played for an amateur NU side, the only rugby club in their locality. But the RFU insisted on the letter of its law being obeyed. Despite the seeming illogicality of purging players who shared the sporting ideals and social status of its leaders, there was a logic to the mania. The RFU leadership was determined to carry out a scorched earth policy to prevent the possibility of professionalism arising anew in the north. In order to remove once and for all the threat of working-class dominance, compromise could not be countenanced. Moreover, many in the central leadership of the RFU blamed the rise of professionalism in the north on the inability or unwillingness of the local middle classes to provide firm leadership to working-class players. So, for example, at the 1895 general meeting, RFU secretary Rowland Hill hoped forlornly that ‘those who have real social influence amongst the working classes of this country will use it to point out the evils which I am convinced are before them’ and the Reverend Frank Marshall denounced ‘men of superior intelligence’ who ‘pandered to the claims of their clubs and their working-men players’.39 For many in the RFU, the loss of the sport’s industrial working-class support came as a relief, as Frank Mitchell, dual cricket and rugby international, explained: the working-man player has not taught us anything in the way of style or skill in playing the game. Physique and stamina above the average he undoubtedly has, but to say that he knows more about the game than one who has been brought up in the best traditions of the public schools and the universities is absurd. If in any way the game has improved his physical and mental capacity, we are more than repaid; but at the same time, if he cannot play the game for the game itself, he can have no true interest in it, and it were better that he left us.
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  • 16 Dec 2014
    It is also worth noting that in all of these studies it was found fifa 15 coins that coaches are weak at perceiving their own behaviour patterns and that the young soccer players were more accurate judges of the behaviour being exhibited by their coaches. Consequently coaches should play close attention to feedback from the young players they are coaching. The approach that Case (1987) suggests for effective coaching of intermediate level players is more task oriented. The assumption is that players will have perhaps developed greater levels of personal self-confidence and therefore need less external support in the form of relationship-oriented coaching behaviour. As player development takes place the coach needs to provide a more structured training environment with the focus on technical and tactical instruction. At this stage of their development, players need to have more specific performance goals and a clearly defined coaching programme. Unfortunately there is no support for this concept outside of the original research by Case, who looked at successful basketball coaches. At the elite end of the playing spectrum the experienced professional has already attained a high level of personal performance. At this stage of development the Case model suggests that players’ needs revert to more relationship-oriented behaviour. The professional/experienced player perhaps needs personal guidance and advice rather than direct instruction. The coach’s primary focus may shift from developing personal performance to more team-or group-related tasks. This is not to suggest that coaching of technique/skill does not take place but that the nature of the coaching should change, with the coach drawing more on the players’ experiences in developing the coaching programme. There is no research directly related to soccer but it has been shown that elite performers in other sports do prefer higher levels of social support than intermediate performers (Chelladurai and Carron, 1983; Terry 1984). In his comparative study of club and elite performers of comparable age Terry (1984) found that elite performers preferred higher levels of democratic and social support behaviour, thus supporting the high maturity aspect of the Case model. In discussing the influence of maturity on coaching behaviour it must be emphasized that it is not just age alone that determines preference for particular coaching behaviour. The original concept of maturity combined factors of age, experience and ability and it would appear that it is a combination of these factors that is important in determining behavioural preferences.
    261 Posted by tingting
  • It is also worth noting that in all of these studies it was found fifa 15 coins that coaches are weak at perceiving their own behaviour patterns and that the young soccer players were more accurate judges of the behaviour being exhibited by their coaches. Consequently coaches should play close attention to feedback from the young players they are coaching. The approach that Case (1987) suggests for effective coaching of intermediate level players is more task oriented. The assumption is that players will have perhaps developed greater levels of personal self-confidence and therefore need less external support in the form of relationship-oriented coaching behaviour. As player development takes place the coach needs to provide a more structured training environment with the focus on technical and tactical instruction. At this stage of their development, players need to have more specific performance goals and a clearly defined coaching programme. Unfortunately there is no support for this concept outside of the original research by Case, who looked at successful basketball coaches. At the elite end of the playing spectrum the experienced professional has already attained a high level of personal performance. At this stage of development the Case model suggests that players’ needs revert to more relationship-oriented behaviour. The professional/experienced player perhaps needs personal guidance and advice rather than direct instruction. The coach’s primary focus may shift from developing personal performance to more team-or group-related tasks. This is not to suggest that coaching of technique/skill does not take place but that the nature of the coaching should change, with the coach drawing more on the players’ experiences in developing the coaching programme. There is no research directly related to soccer but it has been shown that elite performers in other sports do prefer higher levels of social support than intermediate performers (Chelladurai and Carron, 1983; Terry 1984). In his comparative study of club and elite performers of comparable age Terry (1984) found that elite performers preferred higher levels of democratic and social support behaviour, thus supporting the high maturity aspect of the Case model. In discussing the influence of maturity on coaching behaviour it must be emphasized that it is not just age alone that determines preference for particular coaching behaviour. The original concept of maturity combined factors of age, experience and ability and it would appear that it is a combination of these factors that is important in determining behavioural preferences.
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  • 16 Dec 2014
    Prolonged exercise, such as playing soccer, in a warm fifa 15 coins environment results in a significant fluid loss. It would seem quite rational therefore to conclude that the best way of replenishing fluid loss would be to ingest water. Certainly evidence was available from the early 1970s that the rate of gastric emptying from the stomach became compromised if glucose was added to water (Costill and Saltin, 1974), and this led to the widespread favouring of water over carbohydrate drinks. Subsequently the gastric emptying characteristics of many different fluids have been studied, and the results confirm the inhibitory effects of adding calories to water (Murray, 1987). The rate at which fluids are absorbed by the body is a combination of the rate of gastric emptying and the rate of fluid uptake by the small intestine. It is not advisable therefore to draw conclusions about fluid absorption based solely on gastric emptying rates despite the fact that gastric emptying is slower than fluid uptake by the small intestine. It is conceivable that whilst a dilute glucose drink may reduce the rate of gastric emptying in comparison to water, the glucose stimulation of fluid uptake by the small intestine results in an similar overall rate of fluid absorption. Many studies have been performed to determine the advantages of water or carbohydrate-electrolyte solutions on performance either in the laboratory or in field conditions (for reviews see Murray, 1987; Maughan, 1991). Such studies have invariably concentrated on the enhancement of exercise time to exhaustion rather than on improvements in time to complete a set distance. The advantage of some form of fluid over a no-fluid treatment is well established. What is less clear is whether water has any advantages over a carbohydrate-based fluid or vice versa. When dehydration is believed to be the major factor impairing performance, such as in prolonged exercise in the heat, then ingesting as much water as is deemed necessary to offset dehydration is advisable. The consensus view in the UK is that a sports drink which contains an energy source in the form of carbohydrate together with electrolytes is more effective than plain water in maintaining performance (British Journal of Sports Medicine, 1993).
    171 Posted by tingting
  • Prolonged exercise, such as playing soccer, in a warm fifa 15 coins environment results in a significant fluid loss. It would seem quite rational therefore to conclude that the best way of replenishing fluid loss would be to ingest water. Certainly evidence was available from the early 1970s that the rate of gastric emptying from the stomach became compromised if glucose was added to water (Costill and Saltin, 1974), and this led to the widespread favouring of water over carbohydrate drinks. Subsequently the gastric emptying characteristics of many different fluids have been studied, and the results confirm the inhibitory effects of adding calories to water (Murray, 1987). The rate at which fluids are absorbed by the body is a combination of the rate of gastric emptying and the rate of fluid uptake by the small intestine. It is not advisable therefore to draw conclusions about fluid absorption based solely on gastric emptying rates despite the fact that gastric emptying is slower than fluid uptake by the small intestine. It is conceivable that whilst a dilute glucose drink may reduce the rate of gastric emptying in comparison to water, the glucose stimulation of fluid uptake by the small intestine results in an similar overall rate of fluid absorption. Many studies have been performed to determine the advantages of water or carbohydrate-electrolyte solutions on performance either in the laboratory or in field conditions (for reviews see Murray, 1987; Maughan, 1991). Such studies have invariably concentrated on the enhancement of exercise time to exhaustion rather than on improvements in time to complete a set distance. The advantage of some form of fluid over a no-fluid treatment is well established. What is less clear is whether water has any advantages over a carbohydrate-based fluid or vice versa. When dehydration is believed to be the major factor impairing performance, such as in prolonged exercise in the heat, then ingesting as much water as is deemed necessary to offset dehydration is advisable. The consensus view in the UK is that a sports drink which contains an energy source in the form of carbohydrate together with electrolytes is more effective than plain water in maintaining performance (British Journal of Sports Medicine, 1993).
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  • 15 Dec 2014
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  • 15 Dec 2014
    VENETIANS, true to their commercial agenda, had maintained an fifa 15 coins arm’s- length relationship with the Crusades. But in this case, Venetian authorities realized there might be some money to be made out of a religious war. From their point of view, it was actually a military campaign with a political and financial agenda, and that was something Venetians could understand and endorse. After a careful negotiation lasting eight days, the Republic agreed to furnish 35,000 knights, squires, and foot soldiers; 4,500 horses; ships specially built for the occasion; and supplies—all for a steep price. The idea of harnessing Venetian naval prowess to their cause proved irresistible to the French leaders of the Crusade, no matter what the cost, but they proved slow to pay, and as a result, thousands of would-be Crusaders congregated on the outskirts of Venice, on what is now the Lido, awaiting orders and diverting themselves with gambling and whoring. Realizing that France would not be able to honor its obligation, Venetian representatives proposed a new deal; they would forgive the debt if the unemployed Crusaders would assist them in achieving a slightly different goal: subduing Zara, a rebellious city across the Adriatic Sea. The French agreed. Zara fell, and the two sides shared the plunder equally. The arrangement completed the transformation of the Crusade from a religious campaign into a commercial enterprise. The emboldened Crusaders then sailed to Constantinople, the capital of the Byzantine Empire, which was the successor to the Eastern portion of the Roman Empire. Named after the Roman emperor Constantine the Great, who ruled in the fourth century AD, Constantinople was a city of many faiths, but Orthodox Christianity predominated. In the mental calculus of the Crusaders, the Orthodox Church had come to seem almost as nefarious as Islam, and therefore deserving of vengeance. Any justification, no matter how far-fetched, would do, because Constantinople was an extremely rich and vulnerable prize. Constantinople boasted not of its military prowess but of its libraries, works of art, and public monuments on a scale far greater than those in Western Europe. The architectural style of much of the city drew on Roman principles; Roman arches, columns, and adornments—along with Eastern elements—became the basis of Byzantine architecture. The population was immense, as many as a million people, more than ten times greater than that of Venice. And the city was ripe for conquest. The sack of Constantinople in April 1204 lasted for three days of destruction and death. Laymen and clergymen, women, children— everyone fell beneath the Crusaders’ swords. When the worst of the violence was over, mobs rushed into churches, broke up altars, and carried off sacred vessels. Drunken soldiers snatched priestly vestments, which they used to cover their horses. A drunken prostitute danced on the patriarch’s throne as she sang out obscene ditties. Tombs and statuary dating back to antiquity were shattered—or carried off. Afterward, many of the city’s artworks, manuscripts, and religious items were spirited away to relative safety in outlying villages, towns, and monasteries. Even after the Crusaders left, the looting continued for years.
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  • VENETIANS, true to their commercial agenda, had maintained an fifa 15 coins arm’s- length relationship with the Crusades. But in this case, Venetian authorities realized there might be some money to be made out of a religious war. From their point of view, it was actually a military campaign with a political and financial agenda, and that was something Venetians could understand and endorse. After a careful negotiation lasting eight days, the Republic agreed to furnish 35,000 knights, squires, and foot soldiers; 4,500 horses; ships specially built for the occasion; and supplies—all for a steep price. The idea of harnessing Venetian naval prowess to their cause proved irresistible to the French leaders of the Crusade, no matter what the cost, but they proved slow to pay, and as a result, thousands of would-be Crusaders congregated on the outskirts of Venice, on what is now the Lido, awaiting orders and diverting themselves with gambling and whoring. Realizing that France would not be able to honor its obligation, Venetian representatives proposed a new deal; they would forgive the debt if the unemployed Crusaders would assist them in achieving a slightly different goal: subduing Zara, a rebellious city across the Adriatic Sea. The French agreed. Zara fell, and the two sides shared the plunder equally. The arrangement completed the transformation of the Crusade from a religious campaign into a commercial enterprise. The emboldened Crusaders then sailed to Constantinople, the capital of the Byzantine Empire, which was the successor to the Eastern portion of the Roman Empire. Named after the Roman emperor Constantine the Great, who ruled in the fourth century AD, Constantinople was a city of many faiths, but Orthodox Christianity predominated. In the mental calculus of the Crusaders, the Orthodox Church had come to seem almost as nefarious as Islam, and therefore deserving of vengeance. Any justification, no matter how far-fetched, would do, because Constantinople was an extremely rich and vulnerable prize. Constantinople boasted not of its military prowess but of its libraries, works of art, and public monuments on a scale far greater than those in Western Europe. The architectural style of much of the city drew on Roman principles; Roman arches, columns, and adornments—along with Eastern elements—became the basis of Byzantine architecture. The population was immense, as many as a million people, more than ten times greater than that of Venice. And the city was ripe for conquest. The sack of Constantinople in April 1204 lasted for three days of destruction and death. Laymen and clergymen, women, children— everyone fell beneath the Crusaders’ swords. When the worst of the violence was over, mobs rushed into churches, broke up altars, and carried off sacred vessels. Drunken soldiers snatched priestly vestments, which they used to cover their horses. A drunken prostitute danced on the patriarch’s throne as she sang out obscene ditties. Tombs and statuary dating back to antiquity were shattered—or carried off. Afterward, many of the city’s artworks, manuscripts, and religious items were spirited away to relative safety in outlying villages, towns, and monasteries. Even after the Crusaders left, the looting continued for years.
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  • 13 Dec 2014
    Only played at a high level for ten years, a curiously low fifa 15 coins number for a modern superstar … traded by Seattle in 2002, strange because franchises normally don’t trade signature guys, right?… his last few seasons for the Lakers, Celtics and Heat were shamefully bad; I even suggested changing the name of “jumping the shark” to “pulling a GP” after the ’04 Finals … developed a well-earned reputation as a coach-killer and locker room lawyer, someone who fought or nearly came to blows with multiple teammates and had a knack for selling teammates out in times of crisis 95… played with a volatile, trash-talking swagger that seemed to derail the Sonics almost as much as it helped them … definitely described by a few teammates like this: “What can I say? Gary is Gary” … nobody in the top fifty vacillated more times between “totally untradeable” and “we are definitely receptive to a trade.” GP was more talented than someone like Stockton, as we witnessed in the ’96 Conference Finals when Payton did everything but stick a red ball in Stockton’s mouth, duct-tape him to a chair and introduce him to the Gimp. But ask anyone from that era whom they’d rather have as a teammate and nearly all would pick Stockton, simply because they wouldn’t have wanted to deal with Payton’s bullshit. Can you win a championship when your point guard has a gigantic ego and cares more about making himself look good than his teammates? Apparently not—Payton never won anything. Switch Payton and Stockton in ’92 and it’s hard to imagine Karl Malone having the same type of career; the first time he folded in a playoff game, Payton would have ripped him to shreds publicly and privately. As the years pass, nobody will remember this delightful trait: they’ll see his offensive numbers and defensive honors and assume Payton was his generation’s best two-way guard. And in a way, that was true. But Stockton gave his team a better chance to win, taking care of everyone, never rocking the boat, coming through in the clutch and always putting the team above himself. So I’d pick him. It’s not even close, actually. On the other hand, I remember betting the Phoenix money line for their first-round series against the heavily favored ’97 Sonics, nearly pulling off an upset, then losing simply because Payton played out of his freaking mind. I specifically remember making up a “Never bet against GP” rule right then and there. Stockton was good, but he was never that good.
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  • Only played at a high level for ten years, a curiously low fifa 15 coins number for a modern superstar … traded by Seattle in 2002, strange because franchises normally don’t trade signature guys, right?… his last few seasons for the Lakers, Celtics and Heat were shamefully bad; I even suggested changing the name of “jumping the shark” to “pulling a GP” after the ’04 Finals … developed a well-earned reputation as a coach-killer and locker room lawyer, someone who fought or nearly came to blows with multiple teammates and had a knack for selling teammates out in times of crisis 95… played with a volatile, trash-talking swagger that seemed to derail the Sonics almost as much as it helped them … definitely described by a few teammates like this: “What can I say? Gary is Gary” … nobody in the top fifty vacillated more times between “totally untradeable” and “we are definitely receptive to a trade.” GP was more talented than someone like Stockton, as we witnessed in the ’96 Conference Finals when Payton did everything but stick a red ball in Stockton’s mouth, duct-tape him to a chair and introduce him to the Gimp. But ask anyone from that era whom they’d rather have as a teammate and nearly all would pick Stockton, simply because they wouldn’t have wanted to deal with Payton’s bullshit. Can you win a championship when your point guard has a gigantic ego and cares more about making himself look good than his teammates? Apparently not—Payton never won anything. Switch Payton and Stockton in ’92 and it’s hard to imagine Karl Malone having the same type of career; the first time he folded in a playoff game, Payton would have ripped him to shreds publicly and privately. As the years pass, nobody will remember this delightful trait: they’ll see his offensive numbers and defensive honors and assume Payton was his generation’s best two-way guard. And in a way, that was true. But Stockton gave his team a better chance to win, taking care of everyone, never rocking the boat, coming through in the clutch and always putting the team above himself. So I’d pick him. It’s not even close, actually. On the other hand, I remember betting the Phoenix money line for their first-round series against the heavily favored ’97 Sonics, nearly pulling off an upset, then losing simply because Payton played out of his freaking mind. I specifically remember making up a “Never bet against GP” rule right then and there. Stockton was good, but he was never that good.
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  • 11 Dec 2014
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  • 11 Dec 2014
    You can handle those phenomenas only if you’ve got a certain fifa 15 coins framework in place, and as long as the superstar and his sidekicks remain committed to that framework. Wilt captured one title (’67) and was traded within fourteen months. He only cared about winning one title; defending it wasn’t as interesting, so he gravitated toward another challenge (leading the league in assists). Meanwhile, Russell still ritually puked before big games in his thirteenth season. He had enough rings to fill both hands and it didn’t matter. He knew nothing else. Winning consumed him. Merely by being around Russell and feeding off his immense competitiveness, his teammates ended up caring just as much. You can’t stumble into that collective feeling, but when it happens—and it doesn’t happen often—you do anything to protect it. That’s what makes great teams great. And that’s why we remember the Jordan-Pippen teams so fondly. What cemented their legacy wasn’t the first five titles but the last one, when they were running on fumes and surviving solely on pride and Jordan’s indomitable will. My favorite stretch happened in the Eastern Finals—Game 7, trailing by three, six minutes to play—when the exhausted Bulls wouldn’t roll over for a really good Pacers team that seemed ready to knock them off. Remember Jordan beating seven-foot-four Rik Smits on a jump ball, or Pippen outhustling Reggie Miller for a crucial loose ball in the last few minutes? Remember how the Bulls crashed the offensive boards34 that night and did whatever it took to prevail? Remember how Jordan struggled with dead legs and a flat jump shot, so he started driving to the basket again and again, willing himself to the foul line like a running back moving the chains? Remember Jordan and Pippen standing with their hands on their knees at midcourt in the final seconds, completely spent, unable to summon enough energy to celebrate? They would not allow the Bulls to lose that game. You don’t learn about a great team or great players when they’re winning; you learn about them when they’re struggling and clawing to remain on top. By contrast, the Shaq/Kobe Lakers only won three titles when the number should have been closer to eight. Since it was mildly astonishing to watch them implode at the time, I can’t imagine how it might look for fans of subsequent generations.
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  • 09 Dec 2014
    Thorn Tree Kraal, in the deep hinterland of Harborhead, is a collection of plain fifa 15 coins fieldstone buildings thatched with straw and centered upon a 40-foot-high tower that provides lookouts with a commanding view of the surrounding plains. At the center of the kraal is a thorn tree that is the namesake of the place. A small garden of tender succulents lies among the roots of the thorn tree. A herd of over 2,000 head of cattle call Thorn Tree Kraal their home, and it is at least partly because of their presence that the Kraal is as powerful a Manse as it is. Thorn Tree Kraal is in the hands of the Realm. Four Dragon-Blooded, among them their commander, Sesus Lapis Chrysanthemum, hold the Kraal as a strongpoint in the veldt and as a signal station and forward-warning post of any uprising against the Scarlet Throne. They and the talon of regular Realm forces, plus another 2,000 loyalists from the local Yathras tribe, have already beaten off four cattle raids this year. Recently, there are rumors of an impending fifth raid. There are also signs of sickness in the herd. Lapis Chrysanthemum feels a tremor in the Essence flows of late and suspects someone has subtly tampered with the Manse. She does not know whether the building is collecting unstable Essence or not, but she fears the structure may soon explode. The Hearthstone of the Kraal left the day the Realm took control here, 50 years ago. The Satrap at the time appropriated it as a personal trophy and walked away, leaving the defense of the Manse to others. The legion- naires tend to regard the Kraal as a hardship posting, since it is difficult to get to, distant from any amenities and offers much chance for combat with little chance of recognition or promotion. The day the Realm claimed a section of Harborhead for a compound, nominally for a trade outpost and diplo- matic center, they had this bit of ground near the coast in mind. Only five miles from the capital, with sightlines to the Royal Palace and the Fane of the Upswept Horns, it would give the Dynasts some advance warning of an attack. Moreover, the ruined Manse on the site could perhaps be recovered and reconstructed and the wild Demesne put to good use. Geomancer Mnemon Imane redesigned the building that now sits in the center of the Imperial Garrison, its walls out of proper alignment with the true directions by two and a half degrees. Lavishly decorated inside and out with stained glass, expensive marble and enameled tile, the building is a decorative marvel intended to rival the Fane of the Upswept Horns on the next hill over. Instead, all it succeeds in doing is help to create an embarrassment in the form of Rat Street in the slums beyond the com- pound walls. The only real solution to the problem is that the Manse’s four principal walls each must be shifted two and a half degrees, back into proper alignment with the four poles. The cost of doing so, however, is prohibitive — perhaps as much as 40 or 50 talents of jade to pull the whole structure down safely and rebuild it using new materials. Meanwhile, the Demesne beneath it would spread its mutating effects upon all within the Imperial Garrison, and the Dragon-Blooded commanders would have no place to regenerate their Essence in the event of an uprising by the people of Harborhead.
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  • Thorn Tree Kraal, in the deep hinterland of Harborhead, is a collection of plain fifa 15 coins fieldstone buildings thatched with straw and centered upon a 40-foot-high tower that provides lookouts with a commanding view of the surrounding plains. At the center of the kraal is a thorn tree that is the namesake of the place. A small garden of tender succulents lies among the roots of the thorn tree. A herd of over 2,000 head of cattle call Thorn Tree Kraal their home, and it is at least partly because of their presence that the Kraal is as powerful a Manse as it is. Thorn Tree Kraal is in the hands of the Realm. Four Dragon-Blooded, among them their commander, Sesus Lapis Chrysanthemum, hold the Kraal as a strongpoint in the veldt and as a signal station and forward-warning post of any uprising against the Scarlet Throne. They and the talon of regular Realm forces, plus another 2,000 loyalists from the local Yathras tribe, have already beaten off four cattle raids this year. Recently, there are rumors of an impending fifth raid. There are also signs of sickness in the herd. Lapis Chrysanthemum feels a tremor in the Essence flows of late and suspects someone has subtly tampered with the Manse. She does not know whether the building is collecting unstable Essence or not, but she fears the structure may soon explode. The Hearthstone of the Kraal left the day the Realm took control here, 50 years ago. The Satrap at the time appropriated it as a personal trophy and walked away, leaving the defense of the Manse to others. The legion- naires tend to regard the Kraal as a hardship posting, since it is difficult to get to, distant from any amenities and offers much chance for combat with little chance of recognition or promotion. The day the Realm claimed a section of Harborhead for a compound, nominally for a trade outpost and diplo- matic center, they had this bit of ground near the coast in mind. Only five miles from the capital, with sightlines to the Royal Palace and the Fane of the Upswept Horns, it would give the Dynasts some advance warning of an attack. Moreover, the ruined Manse on the site could perhaps be recovered and reconstructed and the wild Demesne put to good use. Geomancer Mnemon Imane redesigned the building that now sits in the center of the Imperial Garrison, its walls out of proper alignment with the true directions by two and a half degrees. Lavishly decorated inside and out with stained glass, expensive marble and enameled tile, the building is a decorative marvel intended to rival the Fane of the Upswept Horns on the next hill over. Instead, all it succeeds in doing is help to create an embarrassment in the form of Rat Street in the slums beyond the com- pound walls. The only real solution to the problem is that the Manse’s four principal walls each must be shifted two and a half degrees, back into proper alignment with the four poles. The cost of doing so, however, is prohibitive — perhaps as much as 40 or 50 talents of jade to pull the whole structure down safely and rebuild it using new materials. Meanwhile, the Demesne beneath it would spread its mutating effects upon all within the Imperial Garrison, and the Dragon-Blooded commanders would have no place to regenerate their Essence in the event of an uprising by the people of Harborhead.
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  • 08 Dec 2014
    Relations among the Five Peoples become more com- plex because fifa 15 coins the satrapy has only a relatively small area for its 12 million people to live. Moreover, the whole territory of Harborhead is divided into four major geographical regions — the coastlands, the dry plains of the deep interior, the wooded foothills of the Summer Mountains and the rainforest highlands in the deep vales of the Summer Mountains themselves. The Peoples of Harborhead have been moving between these regions for centuries. Each tribe has adopted some customs relative to where they live, while retaining their allegiances to the People to which they belong and the traditional ways of their kin. The results are a tangled web of rivalries and alliances — Shayanti nomads and Totikari sailors, Krantiri caravan masters and Izhalvi sorcerers. From one perspective, the country looks confused. From another angle, it looks deceptively integrated. The coastlands of Harborhead are composed of a strip of land between the sea and the first high hills, often between 40 and 150 miles wide. The actual seacoast is varied, with numerous rocks and small islands lying just off the coast, long flat beaches between rocky headlands, coral reefs and sheltered bays. High cliffs south and west of Kirighast receive the thunderous surf stoically, and huge water-filled caves dot the long coastline. Here, villages built of white stone cling to the steep cliffs, and piles of rocks extend out to form artificial harbors. North and west of Kirighast, numerous small rivers and estuaries have created a long but narrow marshy region, where the Krantiri build their houses and boats from bundles of tall grasses. Deep-water ports in this region are few and far between and must be regularly dredged. Further inland, the countryside is dotted with small and relatively tame woods interspersed with green fields and cattle ranches. Numerous villages and market towns dot the land. Even here, though, where rain is relatively frequent, the deciding factor of where to build a village or town is the proximity of a suitable source of clean water. The influence of the Elemental Pole of Fire occasionally taints wells with the taste of sulfur or smoke, even this far north. The pole’s taint can persist for months, or even years, requiring seden- tary populations to pack up and move suddenly. Due to the coastlands’ lack of potable water, there are vast uninhabited stretches where there are virtually no towns, though the countryside seems quite suitable for grazing or farming. There are also numerous mining operations in the coastlands. Close to the sea, there are rich veins of copper, silver, gold, tin and iron. And since transportation is less difficult, these veins are more heavily worked than those in the heartland. Plumes of smoke rise from smelters and foundries, and bronze is used as much for sculpture and cookware as iron is in this region. Many of the statues in the village shrines are of high-quality bronze, and almost every free person except the poorest is armed with an iron- tipped spear and a bronze knife at the very least.
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