Twitter WhatsApp Elkhart will remain at Stage 4 of the state’s recovery plan through July 17 CoronavirusIndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market (Photo Supplied/Indiana State Prison) Despite the Governor’s new modifications to Indiana’s Back on Track Plan, Elkhart will remain at Stage 4 through at least July 17.Local governments are still in a position to impose more restrictive guidelines as needed in order to control their COVID-19 numbers.The Governor and State Health Commissioner Dr. Kristina Box also announced a statewide initiative to encourage Hoosiers to wear masks to help limit the spread of the virus, called Mask Up Hoosiers. You can learn more at the state’s coronavirus website. Previous articleWhitmer closes indoor bar service in Michigan amid new virus numbersNext articleIndiana in “Phase 4.5” of the Back On Track plan Tommie Lee Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook Google+ By Tommie Lee – July 1, 2020 1 305 Facebook Google+ Twitter Pinterest
Chris Welsh, a TV announcer with the Cincinnati Reds, was born in Wilmington, Delaware, but moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, at a young age and graduated from St. Xavier High School and then South Florida University. The left-handed Welsh pitched for Robin Roberts at South Florida. Roberts, as most of you know, was a star pitcher in the National League for many years.Chris Welsh’s career was a spotty one at best. His career record was 22-31. He was known then as a crafty left-hander. To the novice baseball fan, this means he could not throw hard so he had to depend on a lot of breaking pitches to fool major league hitters. He came to the major leagues in the early 80’s with San Diego. He also pitched for Texas and Cincinnati. It was with Cincinnati that he posted a 6-9 record. His best season was in 1982 when he went 8-9 with San Diego.If you listen to Reds’ broadcasts regularly, you know that Welsh is very good at explaining baseball to the average fan. He does a pre-game show in which he interviews major leaguers in spring training, and they explain different aspects of the game that are very helpful to young kids trying to learn the game. Chris, at one time, did a lot of coaching in the Knot Hole Leagues in the Cincinnati area.
Syracuse (3-0) stayed put at No. 18 in the latest Associated Press Top 25 released Monday afternoon.SU blew out Holy Cross and Monmouth this past week by an average of 32.5 points.The Orange was ranked No. 19 in the preseason rankings and moved up a spot last week after a win over Colgate.After then-No. 1 Duke lost to Kansas on Frank Mason’s late go-ahead jumper, the Blue Devils dropped to No. 6 in the country. Kentucky took over the nation’s top spot, followed by Villanova, Indiana, North Carolina and Kansas in the top five.Syracuse next plays South Carolina State in the Carrier Dome on Tuesday at 7 p.m. and South Carolina at the Barclays Center on Saturday at 2:30 p.m.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on November 21, 2016 at 2:18 pm Contact Matt: [email protected] | @matt_schneidman Facebook Twitter Google+