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05.08.2019 07:59
SAN ANTONIO -- Mexicos Orlando Salido outpointed two-time Olympic champion Vasyl Lomachenko in a featherweight bout Saturday nig Antworten

SAN ANTONIO -- Mexicos Orlando Salido outpointed two-time Olympic champion Vasyl Lomachenko in a featherweight bout Saturday night at the Alamodome after losing his WBO title when he failed to make weight. Swell Flasche Bestellen . Salido (41-12-2) had winning scores of 116-112 and 115-113, and the third judge scored it 115-113 for Lomachenko. Lomachenko, from the Ukraine, could have won the WBO title in his second pro fight, but it remained vacant his loss. Lomachenko, 1-1 as a pro after going 397-1 as an amateur, earned an extra $15,000 for keeping the fight after Salido came in over the 126-pound class limit. Salido kept his body close on Lomachenko, and aimed punches at the challengers belt. He was cautioned on occasion to bring them up. Lomachenko showed little power through much of the fight, yet he kept it close with his boxing skill. But there were so many occasions that Lomachenko had to pull and push away from Salido that he used as much effort getting away as he did throwing punches. Swell Flasche Marmor .com) - The Vancouver Canucks will try to win two straight games for the first time since mid-January on Monday night as they play host to the struggling New York Islanders. Swell Bottle Schweiz . -- DeMarcus Cousins had 29 points, nine rebounds and six steals to lead the Sacramento Kings to their third straight preseason win, a 107-90 victory over the Phoenix Suns on Thursday night. http://www.swelltrinkflascheschweiz.com/ .A. Happs hold on a spot in the Blue Jays starting rotation is in question.CHICAGO - Fans and friends paid tribute to legendary Chicago Cubs slugger Ernie Banks on Saturday, recalling how he helped break baseballs colour barrier during a Hall of Fame career in which he won over teammates and an entire city with the unwavering optimism he brought to the game and life.At a memorial service in a Chicago church, the buoyant man known as Mr. Cub was remembered for his character as much as his accomplishments on the ballfield, including his 512 career home runs. Speaker after speaker recalled Banks unflagging spirit and good cheer — he enthusiastically predicted each spring that his team would win the pennant — as well as his humility and care for others.The Rev. Jesse Jackson said Banks disarmed adversaries with optimism and branded goodwill. Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Banks was a humble hero who taught younger generations how to play the game of life. Fellow Hall of Famer Fergie Jenkins said the unassuming, joyful Banks strove to be a good teammate, not a star.Billy Williams, another Hall of Famer, recalled animated conversations that he and Banks would have while driving to Wrigley Field on game days.I never did see him read a book, but he knew about everything, Williams marveled.Saturday would have been Banks 84th birthday, and several speakers called on the crowd to celebrate his life, not mourn his passing. Banks, a two-time MVP, military veteran and winner of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, died Jan. 23 of a heart attack. His coffin, which was in front of the altar, was draped in a banner emblazoned with his jersey number, 14. A choir performed a rousing version of This Little Light of Mine.Jackson, exhorting everyone to stand, led a thunderous round of applause to celebrate Banks birthday. In the hush that followed, the civil rights leader noted it was also the 150th anniversary of Congress passing the 13th amendment abolishing slavery.Smiling faces can sometimes conceal whats deep within, Jackson said, describing Banks cheerfulness as a thermostat that helped control the temperature of his times. The work of Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King Jr. was possible because of Banks, Jackson said. We rode on Ernies shoulders.Banks was the Cubs first black player when he joined the team in 1953, six years after Jackie Robinnson broke baseballs colour barrier. Swell Flasche Online. Emanuel noted that in Banks early years with the Cubs, he couldnt stay at some of the same hotels or eat at the same restaurants as his white teammates because of segregation. He suffered the same racial taunts and indignities as other black players of his time, but if he ever got angry, he never seemed to show it. In a 19-year career full of amazing statistics, one of the most remarkable was that he was never ejected from a game.Roosevelt Johnson, 45, arrived at Chicagos Fourth Presbyterian Church at 5:30 a.m. and was first in line.I wanted to pay my respects to a true icon of the sport, said Johnson, of Zion.Chicago native Estelle Martin, 56, said she loved to play baseball as a girl and collect baseball cards. I was a tomboy. Ernie Banks was my favourite. He was everybodys favourite, she said.Banks connection to the city was evident inside the church, where the pews were filled with mourners of all ages. There were young fans who knew him only from grainy video clips and from his appearances at the ballpark after he retired, always with a smile, always chatting with fans.But there were also older men, particularly older black men who remembered the days when Banks and others made history. While he wasnt the first African American to play in the majors, Banks was the first with the Cubs in what was one of the most segregated cities in the United States.Banks was playing for the Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro Leagues when the Cubs purchased his contract for $10,000. He made his major league debut at shortstop and three days later hit his first home run.With his play, particularly in the first chapters of his career when he was hitting home runs at a clip that no shortstop had ever hit them before, he simply won over a city.After Saturdays service, many other Chicagoans got the chance to say farewell. They doffed their hats in respect as a procession carried Mr. Cub past his statue at Daley Plaza downtown. It then made its way up Lake Shore Drive to Wrigley Field, where Banks so often called out what became his signature phrase, Lets play two!___Associated Press writer Don Babwin contributed to this report.___Carla K. Johnson can be reached at https://twitter.com/CarlaKJohnson ' ' '

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