BNPB promises better facilities for quarantined World Dream crew members

first_imgThe National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) has promised that the 188 Indonesians quarantined on Sebaru Island in Thousand Islands regency, Jakarta, will be housed in better facilities than the Wuhan evacuees that were quarantined in Natuna regency, Riau Islands earlier this year. The 188 Indonesians are crew members of the World Dream cruise ship, which suspended its operations after docking in Hong Kong and spent days in quarantine at the Kai Tak Cruise terminal earlier this month. Three Chinese nationals, who had been aboard the ship between Jan. 19 and 24, tested positive for the virus.Rustian, the BNPB’s director of logistics and equipment, said the uninhabited Sebaru Island already had the necessary infrastructure as it was once used as a rehabilitation center for drug users. The crew members will live in the rehabilitation building, which has been prepared to act as an observation center. “There are decent bedrooms, all necessary facilities and is generally much better than Natuna,” Rustian said in a statement on Wednesday.Rustian said the building had the capacity to board 200 people, adding that the government has deployed more than 760 personnel from the Indonesian Military (TNI), BNPB and Health Ministry to oversee the quarantine.Aerial photo of Sebaru Kecil Island in the Thousand Islands, Jakarta, Monday (2/26/2020). The island will be the site of observation for 188 WNI ABK World Dream. (Antara/Akbar Nugroho Gumay)“[The personnel] have prepare medical, sanitation, and public kitchen equipment to host the crew members,” Rustian said.The crew members had been picked up naval hospital ship Dr. Soeharso on Wednesday before being dropped off on Sebaru Island.The quarantine will last for 14 days under the care of Health Ministry in accordance with World Health Organization (WHO) protocol. (gis)Topics :last_img read more

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Pirates, Cardinals to Play in Williamsport during Little League World Series

first_img The Blog Pennsylvania is excited to support this important project to upgrade Historic Bowman Field and bring the Pirates and Cardinals to Williamsport for the first MLB game at the park.As a lifelong and avid baseball fan, I am pleased to welcome this historic game as another part of Pennsylvania’s storied connection to our national pastime.I want to thank Senator Gene Yaw, Major League Baseball and Little League International for their partnership in making this become a reality. Read more about the August 20 game here.   SHARE  TWEET March 09, 2017 Pirates, Cardinals to Play in Williamsport during Little League World Series Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf By: Governor Tom Wolf SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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Mabel Deaton

first_imgMabel Deaton, 99 of Milan passed away Saturday September 16, 2017 at Ripley Crossing in Milan. Mabel was born Sunday March 10, 1918 in Gays Creek, KY, the daughter of Harlan and Elizabeth (Begley) Hacker. She married Joe R. Deaton February 3, 1937 and he preceded her in death August 20, 1991. She was a homemaker and a member of the Church on the Rock Assembly of God. She enjoyed spending time with her family.Mabel is survived by sons: James (Mary) Deaton and Joe Jr. (Sharon) Deaton both of Milan. 7 Grandchildren, 20 Great-Grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her husband, one daughter: Joanie Deaton, 3 brothers and 2 sisters.Funeral services will be at 10AM on Tuesday September 19, 2017 at Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral home with Rev. Roger Dean officiating.  Visitation will be Monday 5-7PM also at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to her church: Church on the Rock Assembly of God. Laws-Carr-Moore Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements, 707 South Main Street PO Box 243, Milan IN 47031, 812-654-2141. Go to www.lawscarrmoore.com to leave an online condolence message for the familylast_img read more

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Update on the latest in sports:

first_imgSchools in the area are calling off classes so students and staff can attend “The Chiefs Kingdom Champions Parade” on Wednesday morning. Officials announced the celebration shortly after the Chiefs defeated San Francisco 31-20 on Sunday. The festivities will include a victory rally at Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri, shortly after the parade ends. Fans were taking pictures in front of a newly installed sign inside Union Station that proclaims the Chiefs “World Champions!”In other NFL news:—The Super Bowl has put a halt to a four-year decline in viewership. The Nielsen company said that 99.9 million people watched the Kansas City Chiefs come from behind to beat the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl. That’s a rebound from the 98.5 million people who watched the Super Bowl in 2019. The event is by far the most-watched television event of the year, but it had been slowly declining since hitting a peak of 114.4 million viewers in 2015.T25 MEN’S BASKETBALL POLLBaylor strengthens hold on No. 1 in AP Top 25 poll Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNFL-SUPER BOWLChiefs fans preparing for super celebrationKMIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — Kansas City Chiefs fans are flocking to buy T-shirts, lining up for photos and preparing to skip out on work for a celebratory parade after the team won its first Super Bowl in 50 years. Associated Press February 3, 2020 Update on the latest in sports: Top-ranking Baylor is on the road to play Kansas St., while No. 3 Kansas is home against Texas.NBA SCHEDULENBA offers 10-game slateUNDATED (AP) — For sports fans looking to fill a void with the end of the NFL season, the NBA offers a 10-game slate tonight.Two quality teams get the evening started in Indianapolis, where the Pacers host the Mavericks. Dallas will be missing star Luka Doncic, who sprained an ankle in practice last week and isn’t expected back until Feb. 10 at the earliest. Meanwhile, Indiana finally got everyone back in its lineup Saturday night, but still dropped a 92-85 decision to the Knicks. And out West, the Timberwolves visit the Kings in Sacramento and the L.A. Clippers play host to the San Antonio Spurs.In other NBA news:—The Los Angeles Lakers’ first game since Kobe Bryant’s death was the second-most watched regular-season NBA game on ESPN. The game against the Portland Trail Blazers averaged 4.41 million viewers. The only telecast to surpass that since ESPN resumed NBA coverage in 2002 was a January 2003 game between the Lakers and Houston Rockets that featured the first matchup between Shaquille O’Neal and Yao Ming.NHL SCHEDULEThree games in the NHLcenter_img No. 9 Maryland and No. 11 Auburn made the week’s biggest jumps. Each rose six spots.No. 21 Creighton and No. 23 Arizona re-entered the poll. Wichita State and Rutgers fell out.T25 MEN’S BASKETBALL-SCHEDULEThree top 10 teams on the courtUNDATED (AP) — No. 8 Florida State leads tonight’s Top-25 men’s college basketball schedule. They are on their home court against North Carolina. — Another a pair of top teams meet in Miami, where the Heat and the 76ers tip-off. Miami is back home after a road win in Orlando Saturday, where the Heat got big contributions not only from Jimmy Butler, but also center Meyers Leonard and rookier Tyler Herro. Philadelphia and its All-Stars Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid are coming off a loss in Boston Saturday.— The rest of the schedule has Golden State at Washington, Cleveland hosting the New York Knicks and Orlando visiting Charlotte.The Celtics take a three-game win-streak into Atlanta, where they’ll look to take advantage of a struggling Hawks team.Phoenix is at Brooklyn, where the Nets will be without Kyrie Irving. He’s out for at least a week with a sprained medial ligament in his right knee.Memphis is home against Detroit. UNDATED (AP) — The most intriguing matchup in a 3-game NHL schedule tonight is in Toronto, where the Maple Leafs will host the Florida Panthers.The Panthers trail the Leafs by just two points for third in the Atlantic Division, and have played two fewer games. But Toronto is hot, having won three in a row, while Florida is looking to rebound after being shutout in Montreal Saturday night.Philadelphia looks to improve its position in the playoff chase with a visit to Detroit. The Flyers are in the thick of the races for the third spot in the Metropolitan Division or a wild card. The Red Wings have the worst record in the league, with only 12 wins on the season.The Dallas Stars are in the middle of the Western Conference playoff pack. They are in New York tonight to play a Rangers team that’s been showing signs of life as it tries to avoid losing contact with the wildcard contenders.MLB NEWS Chacin-Twins minor league deal; Yanks’ catchingUNDATED (AP) — Jhoulys Chacín (joh-LEES’ cha-SEEN’) has finalized a minor league contract with the Minnesota Twins after a miserable 2019 season that saw him go from an opening day start to an August release.The 32-year-old right-hander was 15-8 with a 3.50 ERA for Milwaukee in 2018 after signing a $15.5 million, two-year deal with the Brewers. He beat St. Louis on opening day last year and won at Cincinnati in his second start. Then he went 1-10 with a 6.00 ERA in his next 17 starts.Elsewhere:— The Yankees have more competition in the job for backup catcher. Three players — Erik Kratz, Josh Thole and Chris Iannetta — have agreed to minor league contracts. Austin Romine, Gary Sánchez’s backup the last three seasons, became a free agent and agreed to a contract with Detroit. Kyle Higashioka is the only other catcher on New York’s 40-man roster. UNDATED (AP) — Baylor has strengthened its hold on No. 1 in The Associated Press men’s college basketball poll.The Bears received 49 of 65 first-place votes in the latest poll to stay comfortably ahead of Gonzaga and Kansas. The Bears are atop the rankings for a third straight week.Nos. 1-4 remained unchanged, continuing a stretch of stability in what has been an unpredictable season with a record-tying seven different teams reaching No. 1.Atlantic Coast Conference leader Louisville climbed a spot to No. 5, followed by Dayton, Duke, Florida State and Maryland – which jumped six spots to No. 9 after beating Iowa last week for its fourth straight win.Villanova rounded out the top 10.last_img read more

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Roundup

first_imgThe following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety daily incident log between Monday, Jan. 30 and Tuesday, Jan. 31.Crimes against a personAt 9:09 a.m. on Jan. 30, a student reported that he was sexually assaulted near Adams Boulevard and Figueroa Street.At 1:41 a.m. on Jan. 30, a student reported that he was sexually assaulted by another student in the Biegler Hall of Engineering.Crimes against property At 9:44 p.m. on Jan. 30,  a suspect smashed the rear windshield of a student’s vehicle near 37th and Flower Streets.Miscellaneous incidentsat 2:01 a.m. on Jan. 31, DPS officers responded to a report of a female screaming near The Row’s North Alley. Upon their arrival,  the officers were directed to an intoxicated student in the alley.  The student appeared confused and told the officers that she was diabetic, so they transported her to California Hospital for evaluation.at 12:36 a.m. on Jan. 31, DPS officers responded to a report of a non-USC male and a non-USC female involved in a dispute at 1234 37th Dr. and detained them for questioning. The male said the female was in possession of his cell phone, and she returned it while the officers were present. The male also said he no longer wanted the female living in his residence, and she left the scene without further incident.at 5:30 p.m. on Jan. 30, DPS officers responded to a student who injured his ankle when he fell off his bicycle after colliding with a parking control arm near Childs and Watt Ways. The officers examined the student and transported him to Student Health Center for medical treatment.At 3:05 p.m. on Jan. 30, DPS officers responded to a non-USC male who became disoriented while having blood drawn in Healthcare Consultation Center II. A Rapid Response team was at the scene treating the male when the officers came. The male was responsive and no longer disoriented.  The male was then released to continue having his blood drawn.At 1:31 p.m. on Jan. 30, DPS officers responded to a report of a non-USC female attempting to contact staff at the Eileen & Kenneth T. Norris Dental Science Center after having been repeatedly told she was no longer welcome on the premises because of her behavior. The officers detained the female and reiterated she was no longer welcome at the dental school. The female was given a letter from the school telling her the same thing. She was released after being instructed to read it and abide by the stated restrictions.at 11:04 a.m. on Jan. 30, DPS officers responded to a report of a suspicious item under a chair inside the Norris Medical Library. The officers saw a metal cylinder under the chair and, upon further inspection, determined that it was a weight used to tie down balloons. The officers then cleared the scene.last_img read more

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Syracuse women’s basketball rolls past Boston College, 79-52

first_imgFour Syracuse players reached double figures — Brittney Sykes scored a game-high 21 points and Alexis Peterson dished out 14 assists, one shy of the program record — as the Orange (12-5, 3-1 Atlantic Coast) rolled past Boston College (8-8, 1-2), 79-52, Sunday afternoon in the Carrier Dome. It’s SU’s third straight conference victory.Briana Day scored in double figures for the second consecutive game, scoring 17 points, blocking one shot and tallying four steals. Peterson’s 14 assists is a personal best for the senior point guard, who entered Sunday as the ACC’s top scorer. Senior forward Isabella Slim finished with 15 points, one off of her career high.Syracuse, which never trailed, led 36-31 at the half. In the second frame, SU used a 16-0 run to get out to a near 30-point advantage. Syracuse shot 11-of-34 (32.4 percent) from 3-point range and 12-for-16 from the free-throw line. BC got to the charity stripe just once. The Orange had 16 offensive rebounds to BC’s six and totaled 27 points off turnovers to go along with 12 second-chance points.“I thought that our pressure got them out of their offense, the second half,” Syracuse head coach Quentin Hillsman said in a statement. “They didn’t run their offense. … We were able to get back down the court in transition and play in the open floor. I thought that was the difference in the game.”The Orange plays next on Thursday night against North Carolina State in the Carrier Dome.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on January 8, 2017 at 5:18 pm Contact Matthew: mguti100@syr.edu | @MatthewGut21 Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Hughes: What are the effects of an NFL-less sports year?

first_imgThis country of ours really, really likes NFL football.It’s got the biggest television contracts, ridiculously high ticket prices that still sell and sponsorships up the proverbial wazoo.When you call the Super Bowl an unofficial holiday, you almost begin to wander into the same territory of fanaticism as the other kind of football in Europe and the rest of the world.And yet we still have this pickle – a labor dispute that has now blossomed into a lockout – the NFL’s first since 1987.What kind of a void would that create for American sports? Well, according to magazines Sports Illustrated and Fortune, the cash cow that is the NFL ($9.3 billion) is worth just about as much as the MLB ($6-7 billion), the NBA ($3-4 billion) and the NHL ($1 billion) combined.I’ve noticed a few owners over the past couple weeks reassured their fans that there will, without doubt, be a 2011-12 NFL season and nobody by any means has hit the panic button. But what if the season never happened? What would sports be like without professional football?Let’s check out some possibilities.Wisconsin’s student sections get revitalized – if only a littlePerhaps this is a stretch, but I don’t think it’s out of the question to surmise that the student sections for football and men’s basketball become a little more disciplined.Let’s talk football first. I was born and raised in Wisconsin and for anyone who can say similar, it’s no secret that Badger fans attend every school in this state (including football-less Marquette). Without time and money to spend on the NFL on Sunday, student ticket holders may find an influx of willing buyers both from the University of Wisconsin and elsewhere in the state.Those who buy tickets second-hand are probably more likely to finish their drinks on time and be in the stadium before or just after kickoff.Same idea applies to men’s basketball. All of the Badgers’ non-conference season and their first three Big Ten games overlapped with the NFL season. The Grateful Red struggled to fill out its section in every game except of course when No. 1 Ohio State came to town and everyone smelled blood.For some students it’s just difficult to spend the hours watching an NFL and college football game in the same weekend – or an NFL and college basketball game. Not everyone has that free time. But without the NFL, maybe some will be more willing to pick up the slack.Soccer starts to turn headsHahaha. Just kidding. Oh man, that’s good. Maybe if football, basketball, tennis, golf and hockey face work stoppages at the same time. Then we’ll talk about that.Baseball gets chance to reclaim center stageDespite claims that baseball is no longer America’s pastime, as noted above, the MLB isn’t miles behind the NFL like other leagues who get doubled up on by pro football.Although college football won’t be going anywhere, without the top dog NFL around, the window would still be open for baseball to stir up nostalgia for the days when baseball was all there ever was and reconnect with their fans.NFL stadium goers will find themselves with some extra cash and the MLB conveniently has some pretty cheap tickets.Bonus Swimsuit Issue!The annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue was originally forged out of the idea that it would be published during a lull in the sports calendar.Without the NFL (and possibly the NBA, for it has its own collective bargaining issue on the horizon as well) sports would enter another slow period in late October when the World Series is over and done with. Thus, as the formula goes, we need more half-naked women to make up for it!Any complaints about the NFL going soft fade awayEver since the NFL took an interest in protecting players from concussions, the league has been met with a constant barrage of criticisms generally aimed in the direction that the league is hypocritical for doing so and at the same time going “soft.”True, the NFL does want its players to hit hard – the violence is part of the national appeal – so say what you want about the assertions of hypocrisy (although there are smart and stupid ways of hitting and the difference can be taught).Either way, the revelations of concussions are a bit frightening and the NFL does have a responsibility of protecting its players. Perhaps if the NFL goes on hiatus for a bit longer than fans would like, the negative chatter about shielding players from brain injury will cease when the game returns.Everyone will be so glad football is back they’ll just be glad to watch it again.Elliot Hughes is a junior majoring in journalism. Do you think your sports life would be terrible without the NFL on Sundays? Are you at all worried about he lockout? Send your thoughts to ehughes@badgerherald.com.last_img read more

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Volleyball: Stumble against ACC foes has Wisconsin riled for Texas roadtrip

first_imgUniversity of Wisconsin volleyball travels to Texas this weekend for one of the toughest two-game stretches of its season.Away matches at No. 16 Texas A&M University (6-4 overall) and No. 2 University of Texas (8 overall) will test the No. 6 Badgers in every way imaginable. The Aggies and Longhorns will be the fourth and fifth teams ranked inside the top-18, which the Badgers will play only one month into the season.This will be Wisconsin’s (6-1 overall) second straight week on the road after finishing 1-1 in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, during which the Badgers suffered their first defeat of the year — to then-No. 11, now No. 8 University of North Carolina. The tight 3-2 defeat ended Wisconsin’s perfect 5-0 start and dropped them from No. 2.Volleyball: Badgers stumble to No. 11 UNC in ACC/Big Ten ChallengeThe Wisconsin women’s volleyball team finished 1-1 this weekend in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge with a 2-3 loss to the Read…Despite the drop, the Badgers are focused on this upcoming stretch and ready to climb back up to the top of the rankings.In the first matchup of the weekend, Wisconsin takes on Texas A&M in College Station Friday night. The Aggies are hungry and still looking for an early, marque non-conference win. A&M has struggled against top-name talent so far this year, with each of their losses coming at the hands of top-16 teams. Wisconsin should match up pretty well against the Aggies, as its has a more experienced and physically imposing net presence.To close out the two-week away stretch, the Badgers head to Austin for a high-powered matchup with Texas. While Wisconsin looks to steal another top-10 road win after beating then-No. 6 Hawaii, the match is more important for the relatively unproven Longhorns, who have no ranked wins this year.Volleyball: Freshman Molly Haggerty shines as Wisconsin rolls to hot startWhile pre-season All-American seniors Lauren Carlini and Haleigh Nelson are the cornerstone for the squad’s initial dominance, freshman Molly Haggerty Read…Texas’ sole loss came in a 0-3 sweep against No. 1 University of Nebraska, and a win on Sunday would cement its top-5 ranking. The two squads seem to be relatively even-matched and the game should make for an absolute battle in all respects.The Badgers are expecting to see the return of freshman outside hitter Molly Haggerty, who was sidelined in last Sunday’s 3-0 win over University of Louisville due to a minor ankle sprain. Sophomore outside hitter Lauryn Gillis also missed time this last weekend, but is less likely to see the court after going down with a mild ankle sprain against North Carolina.The road test will be a significant early indicator as to whether this upstart Wisconsin team is going to last through their brutal schedule.last_img read more

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Nigeria should not obey FIFA rules against its own laws: Commissioner Ebewele

first_imgBrown Ebewele, a former Commissioner of Sports in Edo, has described as unfortunate the withdrawal of the court case against the Aminu Maigari-led board of the Nigeria Football Association (NFA).Mr Ebiakpo Baribote on Wednesday withdrew a case she filed against the NFA at a High Court in Jos to avoid a ban on Nigeria from FIFA.But Ebewele  on Thursday in Abuja said that Nigeria should not continue to obey FIFA at the detriment of its own laws.“For FIFA to say that a government that gives subvention to a federation and the government is asking for accountability and FIFA is saying you are sanctioned, that is corruption itself.“That means FIFA is corrupt; that is why they are supporting corruption.“But it’s a shame that as big as this country is, the biggest black race in the world will make a pronouncement today and because of FIFA, you are reversing your position; it’s a big shame.” Ebewele, popularly called “Juju man’’ stressed that other countries make money from football while Nigeria spent without accountability.“If other countries are making money from football, Nigeria is spending money on football.“So what is the interest, what is the benefit of football, football, football when there is nothing that comes from it.“Its either we get scandal from it or we get fraud from it; so what is Nigeria benefitting so much from it that it cannot forget football for one or three months.“It is even time for some of these third world countries to come together and say they are sick and tired of FIFA manipulation. “America changed some of the FIFA rules when they wanted to host the World Cup.“America told them that this goal-line technology must be introduced, if you don’t introduce it we are not in your business.“It was America that told them that this traditional uniform of referees black and black is outdated and that was why designers came in.“Nigerians are very intelligent people; we cannot because of corruption allow some individuals to manipulate us; it’s all about manipulation.’’Baribote, the proprietress of Nembe City Football Club, was persuaded by the National Sports Commission and House of Reps to withdraw the case in the interest of Nigeria. FIFA had suspended Nigeria from all international football engagements following a court order that restrained the board from performing its duties.It went further to kick against the arrest of NFA chairman Maigari over corruption allegation levelled against the board by some stakeholders.– See more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2014/07/nigeria-obey-fifa-rules-laws-says-ebewele/#sthash.J4IXw7Zk.dpuflast_img read more

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Corey Seager’s days as the Dodgers’ starting shortstop are numbered

first_img“He’s going to be really good,” Mattingly said, “and he is really good.”Puig not in the houseWhy isn’t Yasiel Puig at Chase Field? Good question. “I expected him to be here, honestly,” Mattingly said. Puig is rehabbing a strained right hamstring at Camelback Ranch in nearby Glendale. He hasn’t played since Aug. 27. While the team hasn’t reported any setbacks in Puig’s rehab, “he’s not working out on the field; he’s working out in water and the Alter-G.” As baseball activities go, Puig isn’t doing any less than pitcher Brandon McCarthy, for one, who’s out for the season following Tommy John surgery on his right elbow. But McCarthy is with his teammates in the clubhouse and the dugout during games. Puig, who’s rehabbing a half-hour away, is not. “Everybody’s invited,” Mattingly said. “All I’m saying is he’s welcome.” Mattingly said that Puig will return to Los Angeles with the team when it flies home tomorrow night.AlsoKiké Hernandez (strained left hamstring) ran on the field prior to the game. … Howie Kendrick (strained left hamstring) will get 10 at-bats Monday and Tuesday at Dodger Stadium in live batting practice. He is still unable to run at full speed, though “his time was pretty good, faster than the day before,” according to Mattingly. … Condolences to the family of Dodger Stadium chef Dave Pearson, who died at age 75. He had been battling lung cancer. The 36-year-old is available to pinch run, but hasn’t been cleared to bat or play the field. Mattingly said there’s no timetable for Rollins to return.Seager, meanwhile, continues to impress. His home run was the second-hardest hit by a Dodger this season at 110 mph.“He just doesn’t make me nervous,” Mattingly said. “He’s got that (Adrian Gonzalez) heartbeat. It’s slow. He’ll live to be 108, I bet.”Mattingly has shunned any questions about potential playoff roster scenarios so far. But with the Dodgers’ magic number to clinch the division nearing single digits (14), the battle for the final NLDS roster spots will soon be a main focal point of the season.Even if he doesn’t supplant Rollins as the starting shortstop this season, Seager could still make an impact as a reserve. PHOENIX >> Corey Seager’s torrid start isn’t enough to guarantee the rookie shortstop a spot in the Dodgers’ starting lineup once Jimmy Rollins returns. Rollins has been unable to hit or play the field in five games this week because of a tender right index finger.Meanwhile Seager is batting .448 with an on-base percentage of.568 through his first nine major league games. He went 4 for 4 with a home run and stole a base in the Dodgers’ win Saturday. He’s reached base in all nine of his plate appearances the last two days.Once Rollins returns, however, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said the plan for Seager “always has been to play him some at short and give Jimmy days, give (Justin Turner) days at third. He’s played more than we thought from the standpoint of injuries and he’s done a good job.While he’s been praised for his defense and leadership, Rollins also ranks last among qualified National League shortstops in batting average (.220) and on-base percentage (.279).center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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