And a few non-trade tidbits from around the majors to end this week’s column: Cliff Lee was yanked early from his last start. The 35-year-olds left elbow is barking again and theres a decent chance his season is over. Former White Sox closer hopeful Nate Jones nightmare season is officially over, as he underwent Tommy John surgery on Tuesday. The 28-year-old right-hander may not throw a pitch in 2015.
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KFD contain East Knoxville fire within 20 minutes
Two weeks ago the team took a 1-0 first half lead against Tampa Bay only to get tied before the end of the half and lose on a goal in the 89th minute. Perhaps the team can get a boost from whats happened away from home so far in their NASL Fall Season, where the late bad luck at home has turned to good. Against Carolina, the Eleven got a goal from Don Smart in the final minutes to pull out their first ever league victory. Last week it was a goal in stoppage time by Kleberson that gave the Eleven a 1-0 win at Edmonton. Head coach Juergen Sommer has a theory as to why the team has played well away from home.
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AP Exclusive: Sikh victim’s lessons sustain family – Yahoo News
He returned to Milwaukee last week for memorial services that last through Tuesday, the two-year anniversary of the tragedy. His mother and Jaspreet remained in Milwaukee ever since they arrived from India, days after the shooting. With the aid of federal officials Jaspreet has been able to keep getting his six-month visitor visas renewed.
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Indy Eleven hopes to bring road success back home | Fox 59
It was all part of the first ever Robotics Revolution event. More >> KNOXVILLE (WATE) – An apartment unit was filled with smoke and water damage following a fire Sunday afternoon. Around noon, units from the Knoxville Fire Department responded to the 2000 block ofParkview Avenue on a reported apartment fire. According to KFD, upon arrival, firefighters noticed heavy smoke coming from an upstairs unit. One victim took in quite a bit of smoke, but refused any medical transport.
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