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LONDON An unprece-
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tack that has already hit tens ransomware attack.
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countries could wreak greater
havoc as more malicious varia-
tions appear and people re- its only a matter of time be-
turn to their desks today and fore such a version exists.
power up computers at the The attack held users
start of the workweek. hostage by freezing their
Officials and experts yester- computers, encrypting their
day urged organizations and data and demanding bitcoin,
companies to update their op- an online currency $300
erating systems immediately at first, rising to $600 before
to ensure they arent vulnera- it destroys files hours later.
ble to a more powerful version Europol spokesman Jan Op
of the software or to future Gen Oorth said it was too
versions that cant be stopped. early to say who was behind
The cyberattack paralyzed the onslaught and what the
computers that run Britains motivation was, aside from
hospital network, Germanys the demand for money. So far,
national railway and scores of he said, not many people have
other companies and govern- paid the ransom. A car fatally hit Diane Aluska and crashed into
ment agencies worldwide. The effects were felt across a firehouse. Video: newsday.com/lindenhurst
The attack, already be- the globe, with Britains Na-
lieved to be the biggest online tional Health Service, Russias
extortion scheme ever Interior Ministry and compa-
recorded, is an escalating nies including Spains Telefon-

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threat after hitting 200,000 ica, FedEx in the United States
victims across the world since and French carmaker Renault
Friday, according to Rob Wain- reporting disruptions. Chi-
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September 4, 2017; November 23, 2017. allow it to take over a com- Microsoft announced free daughters yesterday morning Valerie Bauman. It was written by
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on December 24, 2017 containing additional puter and demand ransom to security patches for the older when she was hit by an out-of- Bauman.
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charged for December 24 and 25, 2017 at the unlock files, said Ryan Kalem- Windows systems still used control car just after pushing
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for subscription terms and conditions. security company. But he said smaller businesses. the vehicle, Suffolk police said. a.m., the mother and daughter
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I have no doubt that she were walking on a Lindenhurst


saved her daughters life, Det. sidewalk in front of 225 S. Well-
Sgt. James Murphy said of wood Ave. when the car hit
SCHOOL VOTERS GUIDE Diane Aluska, 55, who was later them.

Now online
pronounced dead at Good The driver, Ann Riolo, 80,
Before tomorrows vote, search our Samaritan Hospital Medical also of Lindenhurst, had put
Center in West Islip. the car in reverse and was back-
district-by-district database for board Because of Aluskas actions, ing out of a diagonal parking
candidates, proposed budgets. her daughter, Jenna, 16, was spot on South Wellwood Av-
only clipped by the 2005 Toy- enue when she drove onto the
newsday.com/schoolvote ota Corolla, police said. sidewalk, police said.
Police said that just after 9 The car then crashed into the
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JAMES CARBONE
SACRIFICES LIFE lice said. They administered
CPR until first responders ar-
rived.
Jenna Aluska and Riolo were
was particularly sad because of
the timing.
Anytime anyone is killed in
an accident, its a tragedy, but
crash and was told a woman
who had been struck had at-
tended the 8 a.m. Mass.
Victoria Fisher-Kelly, owner
Area of detail

both treated for minor injuries on Mothers Day it compounds of Linden Florist, said she and Lindenhurst
at Good Samaritan, police said. this tragedy. several others called police
ve.
There was no criminality in- A woman who answered the when they heard the crash.
e. man A
volved, said Murphy, of the phone at Riolos home and iden- It was horrific and some- n Av E. H
off
offma
First Precinct. tified herself as the drivers thing well never forget, she
W. H

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A woman at the hospital who daughter would not comment said, hours later. R S.
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identified herself as a spokes- on the crash. The business owner, whose el
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woman for the Aluska family Patricia Riccuiti, who lives store is adjacent to the fire- Location oo
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declined to comment. next door to Riolo, said her house, said several parishioners of fatality Av
In addition to her daughter, neighbor is a very nice from the church aided the e.

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Diane Aluska also had a son ex- woman who lives with her hus- woman, covering her with blan- 27A
pected to leave for college in band and grandson. kets until authorities arrived at
September, said Jim Conrad, 66, Shes lived here many years the scene. 0 FEET 3,000
a neighbor of the Aluskas. and she drives herself to and Its heartbreaking, said NEWSDAY / GUSTAVO PABN
Diane Aluska Im in shock, Conrad said. from work every day, Riccuiti Cherisse Edwards, who was
We talked Friday about her kids said of Riolo. As far as I know, heading into the church. couldve been me.
Lindenhurst Fire Department, going to college and now she is shes a very cautious driver. Ive Janet Lake, 68, of Linden- The Corolla was impounded
police said. gone. . . . I feel so bad for them. ridden with her. hurst, said she came upon the for a safety check and the inves-
Diane Aluska was pinned Now, [Jenna Aluskas father] has The pastor of nearby Our crash scene yesterday morning tigation is continuing.
under the car until bystanders to raise those kids alone. Lady of Perpetual Help Roman as she walked to a nearby bank. Detectives ask anyone with
rushed to the scene and Lindenhurst Mayor Michael Catholic Church, Msgr. Joseph Its tragic and sad that some- information to call the First
pushed the Corolla off her, po- A. Lavorata said the accident DeGrocco, said he heard the one had to die, Lake said. It Squad at 631-854-8152.
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DAs office
dogged by
discovery
Suffolk County
prosecutors have
been faulted for
hiding evidence
BY ANDREW SMITH JOSEPH D. SULLIVAN
andrew.smith@newsday.com

The Suffolk district attor-


neys office has struggled to
SCPD

comply with the constitutional


rule that requires prosecutors Messiah Bookers murder charge was dropped after Assistant
to turn over exculpatory evi- DA Glenn Kurtzrock, right, allegedly withheld evidence.
dence to defendants, attorneys
and legal experts have long
said. audience, his face in his hands,
Then, last week, the murder as the murder charge was dis-
prosecution of Messiah Booker missed and Booker pleaded
ended abruptly after his de- guilty to second-degree at-
fense attorney discovered that tempted burglary. Booker will
Assistant District Attorney serve 5 years in prison, instead Thomas Spota has invited defense attorneys to discuss changing
Glenn Kurtzrock had withheld of the 25 years to life he faced
key evidence. Kurtzrock was on the murder charge. convictions, and sought to level cide Bureau in the Dante Tay-
forced to resign that evening. Spota, who announced Fri- the playing field between prose- lor case for the withholding
For the criminal law commu- day he would retire at the end cutors and the defense. and destruction of evidence,
nity, this is an Earth-shattering of the year, said his open file I think this will alleviate any findings of withheld material in
event, said Craig McElwee, proposal was already in the suggestion that there are inten- the 2009 Rudolph Bisnauth
president of the Suffolk County works. tional Brady violations, Spota case and withheld and de-
Criminal Bar Association. Its in its infancy right now, said of his plan. stroyed evidence in the ongo-
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The next day, District Attor- he said. Although the policy Ahern welcomed the change. ing trial of John Bittrolff.
ney Thomas Spota invited sev- would not be binding on his It 100 percent would have Lawyers note there could be
eral prominent defense attor- SATURDAY successor, it would be unlikely made a difference in his case, many other such cases that no
neys to discuss changing discov- How Newsday covered the story to be undone. he said. Of Spotas timing in one knows of.
ery to an open file system, in Spota said he had been think- pushing the open file system, How many have been
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which all the evidence, reports missed a second-degree mur- ing about making the change Ahern said, It seems like an ac- missed? McElwee asked. Its
and notes that prosecutors der charge against Booker, 32, for two months already, before knowledgment of a disaster. an enormous problem.
have would be made available on Tuesday after his attorney, the Booker case fell apart. The Lawyers and legal observers Opinions vary on whether
to defense lawyers. Meanwhile, Brendan Ahern of Hauppauge, Brady issue has become so com- note that Suffolk has had a Suffolks Brady compliance
Spota said his office is examin- methodically detailed dozens plex, he said, referring to the flurry of cases in which prose- problems are extreme, but
ing every single one of of instances of evidence that 1963 Supreme Court decision cutors were accused of hiding there is agreement that its cul-
Kurtzrocks cases to make sure Kurtzrock withheld. Some of it that requires prosecutors to evidence in recent years. ture needs to change.
he hadnt done the same thing indicated other people had con- turn over evidence favorable to They include the reversal of This seems to be a pattern,
before. fessed to the crime and that wit- defendants. The decision rein- Gabriel Hubbards 2011 murder said Ellen Yaroshefsky, execu-
The consequence in the nesses identified a shooter forced the maxim that prosecu- conviction because of a Brady tive director of Hofstra Univer-
Booker case was immediate other than Booker. tors should be more concerned violation, sanctions last year sity Law Schools Monroe H.
and stunning. Prosecutors dis- Kurtzrock watched from the with doing justice than seeking against the chief of the Homi- Freedman Institute for the
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DISCLOSURE
OF EVIDENCE China pushes
The Brady Rule, named
for Brady v. Maryland
(1963), requires prosecu-
trade initiative
Bloomberg hold and grow an open
tors to disclose materially world economy.
exculpatory evidence in President Xi Jinping laid The speech built on an
the governments posses- the framework for Chinese- image of Xi as a champion of
sion to the defense. style globalization and his global free trade that hes
Brady material or evi- ambition to lead it during a sought to hone since Presi-
dence the prosecutor is speech inaugurating his cor- dent Donald Trumps elec-
required to disclose nerstone diplomatic trade tion, most notably in a Janu-
initiative for a new Silk ary speech in Davos.
under this rule includes Road. Assembled delegates in-
any facts favorable to the Grounding the plan in cluded representatives from
accused evidence that Chinas history, Xi de- more than 100 countries and
goes toward negating a scribed the Belt and Road heads of state, including Rus-
defendants guilt, that Initiative as a project of the sian President Vladimir
would reduce a defen- century that had its inspira- Putin, Turkish President
tion in the ancient trade Recep Tayyip Erdogan and
dants potential sentence, routes linking the country Pakistani Prime Minister
or evidence going to the with the world. The plan Nawaz Sharif. None of the
credibility of a witness. aims to connect China with Group of Seven heads of state
SOURCE: CORNELL LAW SCHOOL Europe, Asia and Africa Canada, France, Germany,
through infrastructure and Italy, Japan, the United King-
investment. dom and the United States
Xi repeated his call for attended, except Italys.
norm. multilateral trade, describing Matt Pottinger, senior di-
There are a variety of rea- his initiative as a force for rector for East Asia on the
sons prosecutors get away with peace in a world fraught U.S. National Security Coun-
violating pretrial discovery with challenges. He told the cil and special assistant to
rules, lawyers and experts said. almost two dozen world lead- Trump, is representing the
But others also bear responsibil- ers gathered at a two-day U.S. at the forum. He urged
ity for the situation, lawyers forum that began yesterday transparency and fair
said. that countries should up- process in his comments.
We are to blame, as well,
McElwee said of his fellow de-
fense attorneys. Too often, he
said they dont push prosecu-
tors and judges to follow the Ahead of his age
NEWSDAY / JOHN PARASKEVAS

rules.
You dont want to upset the
applecart, he said. We
shouldnt lay down after were
defeated.
He said any lawyer who
doesnt do what Ahern did
meticulously examining the file
discovery to an open file system. Photos: newsday.com/suffolk to figure out notes were miss-
ing and then making a strong ar-
Study of Legal Ethics. Its a But Emily Constant, Spotas gument about the misbehavior
long-standing culture whereby chief deputy, said that is not the is failing his or her client
Brady material and other dis- case in Suffolk. and the criminal justice system.
covery is not turned over, and No ones ever been trans- Judges deserve some blame,
there are no consequences. . . . ferred or demoted for losing too, Klein said.
Its obviously a culture that en- cases, she said. It is the mandate of the
courages this kind of behavior. Barry Scheck, co-director of judge to protect the constitu-

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Some said it happens else- the Innocence Project, which tional rights of the defendants
where, too. has helped exonerate dozens of who are before them, he said,
Brady is all too frequently vi- people who were falsely con- and they should sanction prose-
olated, not only in Spotas of- victed of murder, found the be- cutors who violate the rules.
fice, but throughout the coun- havior of the district attorneys But judges are loath to find

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try, said Richard Klein, a office extremely troubling. prosecutors in contempt. Virtu-
criminal justice professor at There has to be an indepen- ally nothing ever happens. The AP / LOUIS DELUCA
Touro Law Center in Central dent investigation of that of- message needs to be sent, to
Islip. fice, Scheck said. He sug- deter.
Its often the result of a corro- gested the state attorney gen- Its important to fix the sys-
sive culture that values win- erals office could do it. tem, said Joseph Ferrante, Bis-
ning more than doing justice, Spota, however, rejected any nauths appellate attorney.
Klein said. Youre not a star if assertion that his office was Its never-ending, he said. Carson Huey-You, 14, gets a hug after receiving his
the material is so exculpatory worse than others. Its not even close calls on this
that you lose at trial, Klein Theyre talking through stuff. . . . You dont want to bachelors in physics at Texas Christian University.
said. Who wants to give away their hats, he said. I just dont lose faith in the system, be- Carson is the youngest student ever to attend TCU.
their case? see that were outside the cause you have to work in it.
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U.S. INSTITUTIONS UNDER


James Clapper: Trump
danger to checks, balances
Says Russians see firing
of FBIs Comey as a victory

TWITTER / @REALDONALDTRUMP
BY EMILY NGO
AND DAVID M. SCHWARTZ
emily.ngo@newsday.com
david.schwartz@newsday.com

Former Director of National


Intelligence James Clapper said
yesterday that U.S. institutions
are under assault from Presi-
dent Donald Trump, saying he President Trump cites James Clapper in a tweet on Friday.
believes the Russians see the
firing of FBI Director James ing on the Russia investiga-
Comey as another victory. TRUMP tion.
Clapper, who served under The president needs to back
former President Barack TWEETS off here and let the investiga-
Obama, has been cited fre- Read the presidents tion go forward, he said.
quently by Trump and White Twitter posts. Graham also said the next
House officials to make their newsday.com/trumptweets FBI director should not be a
case that there was no collu- current elected official, but
sion between Trumps team someone who comes from
and the Kremlin in last years provide guests to yesterdays within the ranks or has such a
election. talk shows to defend or discuss reputation that has no political
Trump referenced Clapper the firing. background at all that can go
as recently as Friday. Fox News Sunday host into the job on day one.
When James Clapper him- Chris Wallace said senior ad- He was asked about Senate
self, and virtually everyone else ministration officials were of- Majority Whip John Cornyn
with knowledge of the witch fered to competing programs (R-Texas), who has interviewed
hunt, says there is no collusion, for other topics after he told to be Comeys replacement.
when does it end? the presi- the White House hed focus Senate Minority Leader
dent had tweeted. on the Comey incident for the Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.),
But the former senior intelli- first half-hour of his hourlong meanwhile, said Republicans
gence official sought to dis- show. should join Democrats in call- Former intelligence chief James Clapper, right, spoke yesterday to
tance himself from Trump in The president spent yester- ing for a special prosecutor to
two TV interviews yesterday. day at Trump National Golf oversee the probe into Mos-
Institutions are under as-
sault internally, Clapper told
CNNs State of the Union.
Club in Virginia, where aides
said he was making calls and
may hit a few balls.
cows meddling in last years
campaign.
He told CNN he backs
The latest government and corporate
entities. The attack used a
technique purportedly stolen
From the president? host Meanwhile, Clapper walked blocking Trumps eventual President Donald Trump has from the NSA.
Jake Tapper asked. back comments that he had nominee for FBI director until asked his homeland security
Exactly, Clapper said, seen no evidence of collusion an independent prosecutor is adviser to convene two emer- New York State has opened
adding that the Founding Fa- between Russia and Trumps named. gency meetings so far on the an investigation into the real
thers system of checks and bal- campaign. We will have to discuss it as threat posed by a global cyber- estate dealings of President
ances is eroding under Trump. He made the statement a caucus, but I would support attack, an administration offi- Donald Trumps former cam-
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On ABCs This Week, Clap- March 5 to NBCs Meet the that move, because who the cial said. Trump directed Tom paign manager, Paul Manafort,
per said of Comeys abrupt Press. FBI director is, is related to Bossert to hold meetings deepening the already intense
ouster: The lead of the investi- He said in May 8 testimony who the special prosecutor is, Friday night and Saturday to legal scrutiny of the young
gation about potential collu- before a Senate panel and re- Schumer said. address the ransomware at- administration. The probe by
sion between Russia and the peated yesterday that as of On NBC, Secretary of State tack, which has so far affected New York Attorney General Eric
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Trump campaign has been re- March he had been unaware of Rex Tillerson was asked about more than 200,000 computers Schneiderman, one of the
moved. So the Russians have to the FBI investigation. the line between service to the in more than 150 countries. most outspoken critics of the
consider this . . . another vic- My statements should not country and to the president. The National Security Agency president, is in a preliminary
tory on the scoreboard for be considered exculpatory, he I will never compromise my and the FBI are also working to stage, according to a person
them. told CNN. own values . . . and so thats find the people behind the familiar with the matter who
The White House has been On NBC, Sen. Lindsey Gra- my only line, he said. And my malware attack, which has asked not to be named be-
struggling to contain fallout ham (R-S.C.) said Trump values are those of the coun- affected the U.K.s National cause the investigation isnt
after Comeys dismissal Tues- should refrain from comment- try. Health Service, Russias Interior public. Manafort, who ran
day and released contradictory Ministry, companies such as Trumps campaign from April
accounts of the events leading FedEx Corp. and Nissan Motor to August last year, has owned
up to Trumps decision.
The administration did not
White House and foreign money A12 Co., and hundreds of other property in the Hamptons and
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ASSAULT INTERNALLY
NORTH KOREA:
MISSILE CAN
CARRY NUKE
Combined news services

North Korea said early


today that the medium long-
range strategic missile it
tested over the weekend can
carry a nuclear warhead.
The missile fired yester-
day was a Hwasong-12 capa-
ble of carrying a large-size
heavy nuclear warhead, ac-
cording to The countrys of-
ficial Korean Central News
Agency.
President Donald Trump
was briefed on the missile
test, according to a state-
ment the White House re-
leased late Saturday.
The statement called the
launch a provocation that
should serve as a call for all
nations to strengthen sanc-
tions against North Korea,
which has been a flagrant
threat for far too long.
Only hours before the
test, a North Korean diplo-
mat in charge of U.S. affairs
said Pyongyang would hold
talks with Washington
under the right conditions.

CNN / STATE OF THE UNION


Yesterday, the U.S. ambas-
sador to the United Nations
had more stern words for
North Korea, pledging that
talks could not take place
while such provocations con-
tinued.
CNNs Jake Tapper on State of the Union. In the interview, Clapper tried to distance himself from President Donald Trump. Having a missile test is
not the way to sit down with
the president because hes
into Manaforts transactions, a able, Dorsey said. And I be- conversations in the White absolutely not going to do
person familiar with that probe lieve its really important to have House if such a taping system it, Nikki Haley, the U.S. am-
said. Representatives for Schnei- these conversations out in the does exist. Trump suggested bassador to the United Na-
derman and Vance, who are open rather than have them Friday that he taped private tions, told ABCs This
both Democrats, declined to behind closed doors. Dorseys White House conversations with Week.
comment. If someones leak- remarks came shortly after then-FBI Director James B. Washington and its allies
TNS / TOM WILLIAMS / CQ ROLL CALL / NEWSCO

ing information about an investi- Anthony Noto, Twitters chief Comey, who was abruptly fired will continue to tighten the
gation, thats a crime, Manafort financial and operating officer, last week, and White House screws on North Koreas
spokesman Jason Maloni said encouraged the White House to officials have not confirmed or leader Kim Jong Un, whom

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in a telephone call Saturday. use the social media platform denied the existence of a record- Haley described as in a
even more. Noto was respond- ing system. Sen. Mike Lee state of paranoia and in-
Twitter executives are voicing ing to a presidential tweet that (R-Utah), a former federal credibly concerned about
their support for President suggested eliminating regular prosecutor, told Fox News anything and everything
Donald Trumps penchant for White House press briefings. Sunday that such recordings around him.

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their social media platform May I suggest questions sub- would need to be handed over Until he meets our condi-
and are encouraging the presi- mitted and answered via Twit- to Congress and predicted that tions, Haley said of Kim,
dent to use Twitter more. On ter, Noto said on his Twitter they would be subpoenaed. were not sitting down with
NBCs Today, chief executive account. A perfect record and Rep. Adam B. Schiff of Califor- him.
Jack Dorsey said he thinks we distribute to the world not nia, the top Democrat on the The South Korean, Japa-
Paul Manafort in July 2016 Trumps frequent use of Twitter just those with a TV. House Intelligence Committee, nese and U.S. militaries said
serves a greater political good. told CBS Face the Nation the missile flew about 30 min-
Trump Tower in Manhattan. I believe its really important I Lawmakers on both sides of that he would absolutely call utes at a high altitude before
Manhattan District Attorney hear directly from our leader- the aisle said yesterday that for subpoenas of any such landing 500 miles away in
Cyrus Vance Jr. is also in the ship. And I believe its really President Trump will need to recordings. the Sea of Japan. Tokyo said
early stages of an investigation important to hold them account- hand over any recordings of COMBINED WIRE SERVICES the flight pattern could indi-
cate a new type of missile.
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Frances
leader
feted
Newly
elected
French
President
Emmanuel
Macron
waves as he
rides in a
military car
on the
Avenue des
Champs-

AFP/GETTY IMAGES / MICHEL EULER


lyses in
Paris after his
formal
inauguration
yesterday.

SUPERBLOCK THREAT
Owner of Long Beach site dangles $105M suit Area of detail complaint seeking damages of
$105 million, Spolzino said. It
iStar in its applications.
Developers with iStar have
puts the city in a position to de- said they would cap their prof-
Wants city to back tax breaks for luxury towers fend the lawsuit, and a project its from the project at 8 per-
not going forward that has fi- cent with additional payments
nancial benefits. possibly going to the city,
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BY JOHN ASBURY project without tax breaks. IDA officials said they would Long Beach officials said.
B l vd .

john.asbury@newsday.com Company representatives Long consider any city endorsement The citys analysis does not
Beach
National Blvd.

did not respond to requests of the project, but it would not include what payments would
Riverside Blvd.
ong Beach

The developer and owner for comment. Disputed lead to an automatic approval be made to Nassau County or
of the Long Beach Superblock No application had been area of the tax breaks. the Long Beach school district.
Long

property has threatened to submitted to the IDA by the The fact that a municipal- Spolzino last week hosted a
sue the city for $105 million if close of business last week. ity is supportive does give meeting with residents and
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officials do not support the lat- Nassau IDA executive direc- some weight, but its not dis- city officials to discuss the
est application for tax breaks tor Joseph J. Kearney said last positive as to whether or not new application and potential
to build a pair of luxury apart- week that his agency would Atlantic Ocean an application is approved by litigation, but residents and of-
ment towers. conduct a new economic anal- 0 FEET 4,000 this board, Kearney said. ficials said they felt dissatis-
City officials said Friday ysis of the project and hold a IStar has not made its new fied with the presentation.
newsday.com

NEWSDAY / GUSTAVO PABN


that Manhattan-based iStar Fi- new public hearing for resi- application public, but Long Long Beach City Council-
nancial plans to submit its dents once an application was develop the Superblock. Beach officials said the city woman Anissa Moore wrote
third application to the Nas- submitted. No hearing date City officials and council would receive $15.9 million in in a Facebook post that the
sau County Industrial Devel- has been set. members are weighing PILOT payments, besides presentation should have been
opment Agency, seeking $82 IDA members rejected two whether to support the latest $18.4 million in additional rev- more transparent for residents
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million in tax breaks to de- previous iStar applications application or face potential enue including payments for to ask questions. She called
velop the oceanfront property seeking tax breaks in a PILOT, litigation, which the citys at- infrastructure. the tone of the meeting con-
between Riverside and Long or payment in lieu of taxes torneys say could cost more Developers could save $41 descending and demeaning.
Beach boulevards. The site one for $129 million and the to challenge in court than the million in Long Beach property Legis. Denise Ford (R-Long
has been vacant for decades. other for $109 million over $2.5 million in taxes the land taxes under the PILOT, but the Beach) and former U.S. Sen.
Developers are seeking to 20 years. IDA officials cited would generate if its left va- $18.4 million in additional rev- Alfonse DAmato criticized
build two 15-floor towers with widespread public opposition cant for 10 years. enue would reduce the tax city officials and iStar.
522 apartments. The proposal to the requested tax breaks. Long Beach officials have abatement, city officials said. The city chose to support
includes 11,500 square feet of Long Beach officials have hired Yonkers-based attorney The city reached a settle- this project and as a result
retail space on the boardwalk. not taken a position on a third Robert Spolzino to handle all ment with the developer in may have exposed residents
Officials with iStar have application, but they sup- business with iStar. 2014 in which Long Beach offi- to a $105 million lawsuit,
said they cant pursue the ported the previous plans to IStar has shown us a lengthy cials would agree to support Ford said in an interview.
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Suozzi eyes
bipartisan
role in D.C.
Used to being in charge, now he waits turn
BY PAUL LAROCCO somewhat unusual tack for a Democrats in voting against
paul.larocco@newsday.com Democrat in the politically po- the bill this month and
larized era of President Don- rolling back environmental
WASHINGTON As Nas- ald Trump: reaching across regulations, Suozzis modera-
sau County executive, Thomas the aisle. tion has put him at odds with
Suozzi oversaw a workforce of progressives who are thirsty
nearly 10,000. If he had an Making connections for full-throated resistance to
idea, it usually became a real- Suozzi, 54, has joined regu- the Trump/Republican
ity. lar bipartisan groups at the agenda.
I was the boss. Id sit House gym and at prayer In a lot of ways weve been
around and say, You do this, breakfasts. And he has ap- extremely disappointed with
you do this, said Suozzi, peared on Fox News to pro- Tom Suozzi, said Ron Wid-
Long Islands newest House mote one of his top priorities, elec, a steering committee
member, as he hurriedly the House Problem Solvers member of Long Island Ac-
walked the long halls of the Caucus, of which he is a vice tivists, a group formed by sup-
Capitol on a recent afternoon, chairman. The 22 Democrats porters of Vermont Sen.
late to a meeting with environ- and 22 Republicans in the cau- Bernie Sanders 2016 presiden-
mentalists that had started cus are attempting to form a tial bid. He represents the old
without him. bloc to deliver key votes for guard of the Democratic Party,
Now Im like, Guys? tax reform or infrastructure and this is why theyre losing
Suozzi said, shifting to a spending, two issues where across the board.
meeker tone of voice. they see the best potential for Widelec noted that Suozzi
Maybe we can do this? compromise. supported Trumps airstrikes
Suozzis victory last fall in That outreach, he said, on Syria last month and op-
the 3rd Congressional District helped him get a meeting with poses a single-payer health
restarted a political career that Rep. Phil Roe (R-Tenn.), chair- care system if it requires new
had stalled since 2009, when man of the House Veterans Af- taxes.
he lost his third-term bid for fairs Committee, to discuss the Hes just not a progres- Freshman congressman Thomas Suozzi meets with members of
county executive to Republi- Northport VA hospital in sive, Widelec said.
can Edward Mangano by just Suozzis North Shore district. During an interview in his Congressional Committee, Ronald Reagans 1984 re-elec-
386 votes. Mangano then eas- Roe plays guitar at the prayer office at the Cannon House Of- meanwhile, has already named tion campaign and last year
ily beat him in a 2013 rematch. breakfast. fice Building where por- Suozzi as one of its targets in headed a pro-Trump super
But instead of returning to These kinds of interactions traits of John F. Kennedy and 2018. Suozzi won his district, PAC, said Suozzis aim to work
an executive post all Suozzi really do make a difference in Theodore Roosevelt hang which covers northern Nassau with Republicans could be a
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had ever known in public ser- working together in Washing- Suozzi dismissed such criti- and parts of Suffolk and way to distinguish himself po-
vice the former Glen Cove ton, Roe said of meeting cism. Queens, by roughly 6 percent- litically for future runs.
mayor and 2006 gubernatorial Suozzi at the breakfast. Im not just going to come age points. My sense is its an opportu-
candidate is adjusting to the Suozzi said he also hopes to here and rant and be against Im a little skeptical of the nity to get back in the game,
frustrations of life as just an- become a co-sponsor of a bill everybody and fight every- idea that he would be in a ton Rollins said of Suozzis House
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other freshman deep in the that would limit the length of body, he said. I want to get of trouble in a general elec- seat, and he may think his
Democratic minority. initial opioid prescriptions. The things done. So I need to build tion, Kyle Kondik of the Uni- best role is to try to be a
He cant simply introduce expected lead sponsor, Rep. new relationships. versity of Virginias Center for bridge builder.
legislation and see it passed. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.), is in Far-left Democrats nation- Politics said of Suozzi. Kondik
His statements on the issues Suozzis workout group. wide have begun considering noted that in midterm elec- A risky strategy
of the day dont automatically Though standing firmly primary challenges to more tions such as next years, its Rep. Peter King (R-Seaford)
make news. with Democrats in opposing centrist House members next usually the presidents party credited Suozzi with trying to
So to try to make good on GOP priorities such as over- year, although no one has de- playing defense. be bipartisan, but called it a
his campaign slogan, Suozzi haul of the Affordable Care clared interest in Suozzis seat. Ed Rollins, a Republican po- risky strategy.
Gets It Done! he has taken a Act he joined the other 192 The National Republican litical strategist who ran On one hand, theres this
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3 HOMES
TARGETED
FOR RAZING
BY CARL MACGOWAN
carl.macgowan@newsday.com

Three more vacant houses in


Brookhaven Town may be facing a
date with the wrecking ball.
The town board on Thursday
unanimously approved plans to de-
molish abandoned homes on Mas-
tic Boulevard in Mastic, Woodland
Boulevard in Centereach and Wa-
verly Avenue in Holtsville because
engineers found they were danger-
ous and unfit to be occupied.
Each house will be razed in
about 30 days unless the owners re-
pair problems such as leaky roofs
and water damage.
Town officials angrily rejected re-
quests from lawyers, representing
banks that hold mortgages on the
Mastic and Centereach houses, for
more time to make repairs.
This house has been deteriorat-
ing for a long, long, long, long
time, Supervisor Edward P. Ro-
maine said, referring to the Cen-
tereach house.
Brookhaven officials had esti-
mated in 2015 there may have been
as many as 800 abandoned homes
throughout the town. Crews tore
down more than 50 of them last year.
A Newsday/News 12 Long Is-
land investigation in 2015 found
that Long Island municipalities
had spent at least $3.2 million in

SANDY SCHAEFFER HOPKINS


2014 to demolish, clean up or
board hundreds of vacant homes.
Many were believed to be zombie
homes houses that had been
abandoned during foreclosures.
Assistant Town Attorney Penni
McGrath said each of the three
Boilermakers Local Lodge No. 5 from New York in his office at the U.S. Capitol on April 26. Photos: newsday.com/politics houses approved for demolition
last week had been cited for nu-
general feeling that Congress bipartisanship arent helped Obamacare. Shirley), who co-chairs the merous building code violations in
has to really work together very much in a primary. So We need to have everyone caucus with Suozzi and Con- recent years.
then when you truly try to do you dont stray from the vote as a group, Suozzi said necticut Democrat Rosa De- Town officials said the costs of
that, youre accused of being party line. of the Problem Solvers. Lauro, was already there razing the houses and removing de-
a traitor to your party and be- During an afternoon of Thats why theyre so power- when Suozzi walked in. As molition debris will be added to the

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liefs, said King, whom the meetings and votes in April, ful. Suozzi sat down, the environ- homeowners property tax bills.
nonprofit Lugar Center a Suozzi expressed little con- That day, Suozzi stopped in mentalists started to talk to McGrath said the Centereach and
Washington think tank cern about the possibility of on a meeting of the House him about the damage a fund- Mastic homes appeared to be in
formed by former Indiana facing Democratic or Republi- Long Island Sound Caucus, ing cut would do. foreclosure. The listed owner of the
Sen. Richard Lugar and can challengers next year. In- which focuses on protecting Suozzi echoed their con- Centereach house died, she said.

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Georgetown Universitys Mc- stead, he said he was focused the Sound and other water- cerns and threw out several Several animals have been re-
Court School of Public Policy on tasks including boosting ways in the region. The ideas for how the environ- moved from the Mastic house by
recently named as the most the influence of the Problem seven-member group was mentalists could better publi- town animal control officers and
bipartisan member of the Solvers Caucus to match that hosting local environmental- cize the importance of the the Society for the Prevention of
House, based on sponsorship of the nearly three-dozen ists concerned that the fed- federal funding. Cruelty to Animals, McGrath said.
and cosponsorship of legisla- member Freedom Caucus, a eral spending bill then being But he acknowledged his Hypodermic needles have been
tion. group of conservative Repub- considered would have no power was limited. found at the Holtsville home, which
Both of those forces are licans who in March were in- funding for local water qual- Lees the guy here, Suozzi also showed signs of termite infesta-
very strong, King said. The strumental in blocking their ity protection. said, nodding toward Zeldin. tions and mold damage, McGrath
problem is, those who want partys first attempt to repeal Rep. Lee Zeldin (R- Hes in the majority. said. The Centereach house had
peeling paint and a tarp covering
holes in the roof, McGrath said.
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SPINCYCLE

[ GUIDE TO POLITICS AND POLITICIANS


]
Foreign money Smaller legislature nixed
A Suffolk legislative com-
mittee effectively killed a

a recurring theme
bill last week that would
have shrunk the county legis-
lature from 18 elected offi-
cials to 13.

DANIELLE FINKELSTEIN
The Ways and Means
Committee voted 4-1 with-
out comment to table the
law subject to call, which
Dan removes the bill from regu-
Janison lar consideration. It is a
rarely used parliamentary Suffolk Legis. William Lindsay
dan.janison@newsday.com maneuver on proposals that

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draw lawmakers ire. would have meant less re-
oreign money keeps The bill would have put a sponsive elected officials.
cropping up as a referendum on Novembers He said the bill was tabled
theme in news of the ballot on whether to reduce subject to call, which means
Donald Trump White the legislature following the it wont be considered with-
House. 2020 U.S. Census. out a special vote, because
There was first son-in-law William Lindsay III (D-Bo- I dont think well be at a
Jared Kushners real estate fam- hemia), sponsor of the bill, es- point where we can move it
ily linking Chinese investments timated the move would have forward.
in one of their projects to immi- saved $2.5 million a year in re- Lawmakers last week also
gration visas last week during duced offices and staff. tabled two Republican bills
sales pitches on the mainland. Im disappointed it didnt against fee increases. One pro-
After a political uproar, plans get an opportunity to come posal would have repealed a
for further Kushner company before the full legislature for $300 increase in the mort-
presentations in China by his a debate, Lindsay said. gage filing fee. Another
AP / DARRON CUMMINGS

sister Nicole Meyer were can- Legis. Rob Calarco (D- would have put a 2 percent
celed. Patchogue), the deputy pre- cap on yearly fee increases.
There was first daughter siding officer, noted after Its a defeat for the tax-
Ivanka Trump securing trade- the vote that civic groups payers, said Legis. Robert
marks in China the same day had opposed the measure be- Trotta (R-Fort Salonga).
last month that Chinese Presi- cause fewer representatives David M. Schwartz
dent Xi Jinping visited Mar-a-
Lago.
There was second son Eric
Donald Trump Jr. speaks to the Indiana GOP at its spring dinner
last week. He has talked about Russian money in Trump assets. Curran wins endorsement
Trump prominently denying
that in 2014 he told a golf writer Trump allies Rudy Giuliani ated by foreign government The Working Families nod means that Curran, who
that funding for Trump- and Michael Mukasey are payments to the U.S. Treasury. Party has endorsed Demo- is also supported by county
branded golf courses came legally representing a wealthy The presidents critics have crat Laura Curran for Nas- Democratic leaders, would
from Russia. Turkish gold trader fighting sought to shoehorn the facts of sau County executive, deal- have the minor partys ballot
But nine years ago, first son charges of violating Iran trade Trump businesses, so far as ing a blow to her primary line in November even if she
Donald Trump Jr. said at a real sanctions, a case with a diplo- they are known, into the ob- foe Charles Lavine, who had lost the Democratic pri-
estate conference: Russians matic nexus. scure, so-called emoluments also sought the backing. mary.
make up a pretty disproportion- Last month, Trumps first clause of the Constitution. Long Island Progressive Curran said, Ill continue
ate cross-section of a lot of our campaign manager, Corey This says no U.S. official Coalition director Lisa my advocacy for shared pro-
assets. Lewandowski, quit a consulting shall, without the Consent of Tyson, a Working Families gressive values thatll help
newsday.com

There was former National firm after Politico reported it the Congress, accept of any leader, said Friday that both bring Nassau into the 21st
Security Adviser Michael suggested to prospective for- present, Emolument, Office, or Curran, a county legislator century.
Flynn, now under investigation, eign clients it could leverage Title, of any kind whatever, from Baldwin, and Lavine, Lavine spokesman An-
having accepted payments its trusted relations with the from any King, Prince, or for- an assemblyman from Glen drew Mulvey said, Chuck
from Russian organizations and U.S. administration and oth- eign State. Cove, have progressive will continue working to
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more than $500,000 as a lobby- ers. Of course, that was written records, but that the party earn every vote possible so
ist for Turkey. The potential for foreign long before the global financial sees Curran as more viable we can make Nassau County
There was former Trump money to flow to Trump be- elites could keep up instanta- in a general election. an even better place to live
campaign manager Paul Man- came a concern before his inau- neous digital contact with inter- Top Nassau Republicans for middle class families and
aforts past employment by guration. In a widely publicized nationally oriented American are backing former state those striving to join the
pro-Russian Ukrainian Presi- news conference in January, his businesses of all kinds like Sen. Jack Martins of Old middle class.
dent Viktor Yanukovych, also re- lawyer Sheri Dillon said he those of the Kushners and Westbury. Nassau Comptroller
portedly probed by the FBI. would give hotel profits gener- Trumps. It was a very tough deci- George Maragos is also seek-
sion, Tyson said. But we ing the Democratic nomina-
The 1600 is Newsdays daily, inside look at the Trump presidency need the strongest candi- tion. Tyson said he didnt seek
date against Jack Martins. Working Families backing.
READ & SIGN UP AT NEWSDAY.COM/THE1600 The Working Families Paul LaRocco
LONG ISLAND A13

Drive for a summer shuttle


Officials want bus to run to the dock area, to the train sta- in Montauk. Heavy traffic and a one whos 21 supposed to do
Long Island Office
235 Pinelawn Rd., Melville, NY
11747-4250
regular route in Montauk tion . . . on a close enough lack of parking have been recur- that? On the Web
schedule where its going to be ring issues for the hamlet dur- Many people who work in For a list of Newsday
convenient for people to use, ing the summer months, said Montauk during the summer departments, their emails
Shuttle would operate Cantwell said. Theres no point Laraine Creegan, executive di- commute from communities and telephone numbers,
on convenient schedule in having a bus if you have to rector of the Montauk Chamber with cheaper housing, which go to newsday.com/contact
wait forever for it. of Commerce. can take hours. Early-morning For Reprints, Rights
As Montauks summer popu- When you go from 3,000 resi- traffic on Montauk Highway & Permissions
BY CHRISTOPHER CAMERON larity has swelled, so has the dents to closer to 20- to 25,000 from Southampton east to Mon- NewsdayReprints.com
christopher.cameron@newsday.com hamlets traffic. East Hampton residents in the summertime, tauk has grown far worse in re- Home Delivery
officials have tried to ease tie- you really need to improve your cent years. 800-NEWSDAY
East Hampton Town officials ups by eliminating parking infrastructure, Creegan said. Nadia Ovalles, head chef at (800-639-7329)
have said they hope to imple- spots that blocked roadways Weve been talking about im- The Saltbox restaurant in Mon-
ment a shuttle bus service in the and by passing taxi licensing reg- proving services to and around tauk, said that even full-time em- Newsroom 631-843-2700
summer months. ulations to help limit the num- Montauk for years. This, finally, ployees are affected by infre- Place an Ad/Change an Ad
Details concerning when and ber of cabs in the streets. has been developed into some- quent bus service. 631-843-SOLD (7653)
where the service would oper- They have also been working thing we think is going to hap- They have to get up at 6 a.m. Letters to the Editor
ate, and how it would be paid with other East End officials to pen this year. to make it here at 11:30 a.m., Email letters@newsday.com
for, are yet to be determined. As- reinstitute the South Fork Com- Some Montauk residents say Ovalles said. If you dont have a
semb. Fred Thiele (I-Sag Har- muter Shuttle, an LIRR line that affordable housing is the more car, or if you miss the bus, youre
THIS DATE IN HISTORY
bor) and state Sen. Kenneth would run locally between Spe- pressing issue. Leo Daunt, an going to be stuck in Montauk.
LaValle (R-Port Jefferson) se- onk and Montauk four times a employee at the family-owned A representative for Cantwell 1862 President Abraham
cured $100,000 for the project day. Daunts Albatross Motel, said said the request for proposal for Lincoln signed an act estab-
when the state budget was Thiele has said the project that young people are leaving the shuttle service, containing lishing the Department of
passed last month. could start running in early the hamlet because of the high additional information on the Agriculture.
Brookhaven-based L. K. 2018, but Southampton and East cost of living compared with project, will be available in the 1911 The U.S. Supreme
McLean Associates PC, a consul- Hampton Town officials would wages. next week. Court ruled that Standard Oil
tant firm hired by the town, is have to create their own transit The only reason I can stay East Hampton Deputy Super- Co. was a monopoly in
assisting in the planning phase services between LIRR stations here is because my family owns visor Peter Van Scoyoc, who violation of the Sherman
of the project, Town Supervisor and employment centers. this hotel. . . . Theres no year- serves as a liaison to the Mon- Antitrust Act, and ordered its
Larry Cantwell said. The shuttle bus proposal was round employment, Daunt tauk Citizens Advisory Commit- breakup.
Our goal is to establish a developed in coordination with said. You got to pay a million tee, was not available for com- 1930 Nurse Ellen Church,
shuttle bus system that would the Citizens Advisory Commit- dollars for a house if you want to ment. the first airline stewardess,
run from downtown Montauk, tee and Chamber of Commerce find a place to stay. How is some- With Rachelle Blidner went on duty aboard an
Oakland-to-Chicago flight
operated by Boeing Air
Transport (a forerunner of
United Airlines).
1942 President Franklin D.
Roosevelt signed a measure
creating the Womens Army
Auxiliary Corps, whose
members came to be known
as WACs.
1963 Astronaut L. Gordon
Cooper blasted off aboard
Faith 7 on the final mission of
the Project Mercury space
program.
1972 Alabama Gov. George
C. Wallace was shot and left
paralyzed by Arthur H. Bre-
mer while campaigning for
president in Laurel, Mary-
land. (Bremer served 35
Round the way years for attempted murder.)

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1988 The Soviet Union
began the process of with-
at the carnival drawing its troops from
Afghanistan, more than eight
Above, Sheyla Franco, 3, of years after Soviet forces

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entered the country.
Uniondale, spurs her pony on 2016 President Barack
while riding the carousel at Obama urged graduates at
the Broadway Mall carnival in Rutgers University to shun
those who wanted to con-
PHOTOS BY JEFF BACHNER

Hicksville yesterday. Sisters front a rapidly changing


Elisa, left, 11, and Kalle world by building walls
Irizarry, 9, of Hicksville, enjoy around the United States, as
he delivered a sharp and
one of the spinning rides at barely concealed critique of
the carnival. Donald Trump.
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from
hollywoodlife.com
Cyrus sees
SNL all Spiced up
audition McCarthy, Baldwin bring weeks White House bounty to a boil
Miley Cyrus has been busy the
past few days. First she released BY VERNE GAY
her new single Malibu on verne.gay@newsday.com
Thursday and then she stopped
by Radio Disney for an inter- Following a week in Wash-
view. While there, she got to ington that pretty much
watch her wrote itself, Saturday Night
Hannah Live just had to sit back and
Montana let the good times roll.
audition And it did: Guest host
tape with Melissa McCarthy returned
the hosts as Sean Spicer, riding a mo-
and produc- torized press room lectern
ers. Cyrus through the streets of New
actually re- York, before submitting to a
membered passionate kiss from the com-
the words mander in chief.
to the song The cold open featured
Miley Cyrus she sang at Alec Baldwin/Donald You-
the audition Know-Who in part two of
12 years ago, and was mouthing Lester Holts (Michael Che) in-
them out as she watched the terview with the president . . .
tape. At the end of her audition, Thank you for having me
the casting people asked 11-year- here, jazzman, Baldwin says.
old Miley if she had a record These cup-runneth-over
deal. No, but its going to hap- weeks have been either a
pen! she answered. blessing or challenge for
SNL this season. The rest
of late night TV has already
Scandal baby picked the low-hanging fruit.
By late Saturday, ridicule be-
Scandal star Katie Lowes is gins to lose its edge, then fa-
going to be a mom. The actress tigue sets in. Enough, al-
announced on Thursdays ready.
Jimmy Kimmel Live that she As host, McCarthy didnt
and husband, Adam Shapiro, are bother with a monologue, but
expecting their first child. Its a instead led an audience mem-

NBC
boy! she gushed. Lowes said she ber and mother on a tour
told Scandal creator Shonda backstage. Her first sketch,
Rhimes immediately about her Just Desserts, was basically a
pregnancy. She already knew food fight (cream pies).
shes a genius, Lowes said. But everyone knew Spicer bushes. What if he was lying to you? Melissa McCarthy as press
Rhimes said she could tell by ob- was coming. The skit opened Cut to the window, where He wouldnt do that. Hes secretary Sean Spicer.
serving Lowes during edit with Aidy Bryants Sarah Spicer/McCarthy/bush is my friend.
sessions. Huckabee Sanders, who was seen. And that sets off the trip to his job is safe. A passionate,
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asked during the press brief- McCarthy/Spicer then New York, where Spicer/Mc- reassuring kiss follows.
ShouldSimonCowell ing where Spicer was. joins the news conference Carthy goes in search of his The cold open was Bald-

+ returntoAmerican
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As you know, Sean is ful-
filling his duty in the naval re-
serves.
where she/he insists that the
president was telling the
truth about why he had fired
friend, first at the Trump
Tower, later at the Trump Na-
tional in Pine Hill, New Jer-
wins next to last appearance
as Trump this season; hes im-
plied that his last will be next
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andletusknow. Reporter: Im pretty sure I FBI Director James Comey. sey, where Trump/Baldwin week. What gifts will next
can see him hiding in those She/he is then challenged: proceeds to assure him that week bring?

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Special to Newsday
Ryan Seacrest, recently began
co-hosting the morning show
top spot at box office
Live with Kelly and Ryan, Va- The first major box office flop of the
Pop star Katy Perry report- riety reported on Wednesday summer movie season has arrived, The As-
edly is about to be announced that he nonetheless was in ad- sociated Press reports.

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as the first judge on ABCs re- vanced talks about the possibil- Studio estimates yesterday say direc-
vived American Idol. ity of returning. tor Guy Ritchies King Arthur: Legend of
Billboard magazine yester- The remaining two judges the Sword opened to a bleak $14.7 mil-
day said it had confirmed a re- would likely be a songwriter and lion against a $175 million production

AP
port first published at a music producer, TMZ said. In- budget.
TMZ.com saying that the dustry analysts have observed The Excalibur myth starring Charlie Rocket, left, and
Rise and Chained to the that the high-priced stars gener- Hunnam as Arthur debuted in third Groot in Guardians
Rhythm singer, 32, had nearly ally hired as judges on Ameri- place behind box office leader Of The Galaxy Vol. 2.
completed negotiations to head- can Idol including Mariah Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and
line the long-running singing Carey, Ellen DeGeneres, Nicki Snatched at No. 2.
competition, which ended its Billboard says Katy Perry is in Minaj, Steven Tyler and, for its Warner Bros. was disappointed at the poor showing for
15-season run on Fox last year. negotiations to join Idol. final three seasons, Harry Con- King Arthur but hopeful for the rest of its summer slate, in-
ABC announced on May 9 that nick Jr., Jennifer Lopez and cluding Wonder Woman and Christopher Nolans Dunkirk.
it had acquired the rights to the An ABC representative de- Keith Urban had contributed
series. clined to comment to Billboard to the show becoming extremely
Both outlets said ABC is ex- on the report, and Perry has expensive to produce, prompt- 1. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 $63 million
pected to announce Perry to- said nothing on social media. ing its cancellation. 2. Snatched $17.5 million
morrow at its upfronts, the TMZ said American Idol Perry has been a guest judge 3. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword $14.7 million
networks traditional spring producers began courting on the original UK version of 4. The Fate of the Furious $5.3 million
gatherings with advertising ex- Perry after negotiations with the singing competition The X 5. The Boss Baby $4.6 million
ecutives and press to announce three-time Grammy Award-win- Factor. According to Billboard, 6. Beauty and the Beast $3.9 million
new-season lineups. ABC has ner Kelly Clarkson the first she has turned down multiple 7. How to be a Latin Lover $3.8 million
said American Idol would re- American Idol winner, in eight-figure offers to be a 8. Lowriders $2.4 million
turn during the 2017-2018 sea- 2002 did not reach fruition. judge/mentor on NBCs The 9. The Circle $1.74 million
son. While the series longtime host, Voice. 10. MET Opera: Der Rosenkavalier (2017) $1.7 million

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Town landmarks
old horse track
A Port Jefferson Station
park that is believed to be
the last 19th century har-
ness race track on Long Is-
land has been declared a
historic landmark by
Brookhaven Town officials.
The town board on
Thursday unanimously ap-
proved the designation for
Gentlemens Driving Park,
located at Canal Road and
Morgan Avenue.
The park was opened last
October. The town bought

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sections of the park in 2011,
2013 and 2015.
Horse races were held at
the park from about 1880
until 1946. Town officials
and civic leaders said it was
the last harness race track
from that era in Suffolk and
Nassau counties. Riverhead Town Engineer Drew Dillingham, left, Councilwoman Jodi Giglio and Assistant Town Engineer Ernesto Rosini at the trail site.
This is a very important
landmark, not only for the RIVERHEAD
hamlet but for all of Long Is-
land, said Joan Nickeson, BY JEAN-PAUL SALAMANCA ceived about $500,000 in fund-

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vice president of the Cum- jeanpaul.salamanca@newsday.com ing as part of a grant from the
sewogue Historical Society. states Environmental Protec-
CARL MACGOWAN Riverhead officials plan to tion Fund. A previous
More on Page A18 start construction this month $150,000 state grant and a

TRAIL
on the eastern part of the re- $200,000 Suffolk County grant
maining portion of an 8.9-mile make up the rest of the trails
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the Enterprise Park at Calver-
construction.
Giglio said construction
ton that is expected to feature cant start before the town
bird-watching platforms and gets a surveyor to outline the
provide residents with a safe trails boundaries so the town
area to stroll, jog, ride bicy- can get an easement for all
cles and otherwise enjoy the county and state residents to
outdoors. use the trail. She said project
Construction on the Viet- officials plan to complete the
nam Veterans Memorial Trail trail in time for Veterans Day
started in 2008. The final cost on Nov. 11.
for the first part of the trail, Town Councilman John Dun-
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3.2 miles, was $200,000, half


of which came in grant fund- Construction to start on remaining leavy told Newsday in March
that the idea for the trail came
ing from the New York State
Office of Parks, Recreation part of athletic path at Enterprise Park about several years ago as a
way to provide a safe space for
and Historic Preservation. residents particularly se-
In March, the Riverhead Riverheads Alternative Trans- Town of Riverhead, Giglio niors to walk and hike.

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Notable Long Islanders Town Board approved several portation Committee, which said. And it will bring a lot of Older people wanted to be
Kurtis Blow, Rosie resolutions to accept grants to- has worked on getting state people to town that maybe safe instead of being on the
taling $850,000 in improve- and county funding for the will shop in the stores and eat road, and they came to us and
ODonnell, Lou Reed, Steve ments. trail. in the restaurants and stay in asked us if we could make it,
Rannazzisi, and more Project costs for the trail The trail is a very valuable the hotels. Dunleavy said.

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prominent people once completed are expected asset to the residents of the In December, the town re- Town board members previ-
to be roughly $1 million, ac- ously suggested dedicating the
who have cording to Chris Kempner, di- TRAIL MIX trail to Vietnam veterans to
called LI home at rector of Riverheads Commu- Several local biking and running clubs have supported grants for the honor the towns veterans for
nity Development Agency. Vietnam Veterans Memorial Trail at EPCAL, which is being constructed their military service.
newsday.com/celebs. Riverhead Town Council- over an abandoned gravel vehicular path that was cleared and devel- When the trail is complete,
woman Jodi Giglio said oped in the 1950s by the Grumman Corp. Giglio said she envisions it will
project officials expect con- 8.9: Total miles once trail is completed bring free recreational activi-
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RI V E R H E A D
Development agency
gets interim director
Starting today, Riverheads
Community Development
Agency will have a new direc-
tor.
Dawn Thomas, the assistant
town attorney, will take the
reins as agency director on an
interim basis effective today.
Having previously served as
Riverhead town attorney,
Thomas will take over the
position from Christine Kemp-
ner, who resigned effective
Friday.
The Riverhead Town Board
voted to accept Kempners
resignation at its regular meet-
ing May 2, while appointing
Thomas as interim agency
director at the same meeting.
Kempner, who took over the
position in 2008 from previous
director Andrea Lohneiss, is
moving to a new position as
associate director of the Stony
Brook University Incubator at
Calverton.
Kempner said Thursday
while she was sad to leave the
office, she was very excited
about her new position, adding
she would continue to assist
the town with the transition,
particularly with grant admin-
istration.
The agency focuses on ob-
taining grants related to eco-
nomic development and work-
force housing in Riverhead.
Other projects the agency
focuses on include downtown

JEFF BACHNER
revitalization activities, his-
toric restoration and urban
renewal programs.
JEAN-PAUL SALAMANCA

JERICHO. Sophia Waheed, 4, with her mom, Sabrina, at a Mothers Day celebration at the Milleridge Inn yesterday.
GLEN COVE
Stadium concessions
the company asked that its submitted proposals and one pointed as the $110,000-a-year The council also authorized
contract approved
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stadium contract not be re- of three that was shortlisted, deputy director of public the promotion of Amy Franklin
The Glen Cove City Council newed because it wants to according to the council resolu- works. from senior account clerk to
May 9 approved a $5,000 con- focus on the beach conces- tion. The city has a lot of capital principal account clerk. She
cessions contract for John sions, Belyea said. DAVID OLSON work going on right now that will be second in command at
Maccarone Memorial Stadium. She said the company, now requires a lot of technical the finance department to
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Sids All American, Inc., called The Perfect Pickle, was Public works deputy, expertise, James Byrne, the Controller Sandra Clarson. Her
which operates a restaurant the only bidder for the beach citys public works director, base annual salary will rise
near the stadium with ham- concessions. The City Council others appointed told the council. from her current $58,522 to
burgers, fries and other items, is slated to vote on that con- The Glen Cove City Council The public works depart- $72,816.
was the sole bidder, said Darcy tract on May 23, Belyea said. on May 9 unanimously ap- ment helps review plans for Amys done a fantastic job,
Belyea, director of parks and The council last week also proved a number of new hires new developments, and Byrne Mayor Reginald Spinello said
recreation. voted to award a contract of up and promotions, including for said the city has had to out- before the council vote. Last
Last year, S.C. Specialty to $5,000 to Melville-based several high-level positions. source work. The department year, she took on an assort-
Food Group of Old Bethpage H2M Architects + Engineers to Thomas Cardile, a former also is responsible for oversee- ment of responsibilities to
operated concessions at the analyze the heating system at public works director and ing the installation of public help prepare financial docu-
stadium and at Pryibil and the citys senior center. H2M village engineer for the Village utilities at the Garvies Point ments.
Morgan beaches. But this year, was one of nine firms that of Rockville Centre, was ap- waterfront project. Randa Barrington will re-
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place Franklin as senior ac- purchase the one acre. The and others interested in seeing Clarifying the laws for HUNTINGTON REPORTER
count clerk, at a base salary of parcel totals 7 acres. it preserved.
$53,758. She had an annual In January, when Town DEBORAH S. MORRIS condemned property
salary of $48,592 as an account Supervisor Frank Petrone Huntington board members
clerk.
DAVID OLSON
announced the site plans for
the possible animal shelter and
Emergency readiness have amended the town code
to clarify language guarantee-
Valerie
acquiring the other parcels, he training sign-up open ing due process for owners of Bauman
B RI GH T WAT E R S said purchasing the parcels
was a way of putting together a
Registration is open for the
free New York State Citizen
properties that have been
condemned by fire marshals. valerie.bauman@newsday.com
Barnett to step down large piece of land adjacent to Preparedness Corps training The board voted unani- 631-843-2256
a town park and the towns program in the Town of Hunt- mously last week to approve @ValerieReports
from village clerk post wastewater treatment plant ington in June. the changes to Huntingtons
The Brightwaters village that could be available for a The training will include fire prevention code, bringing What I cover
clerk is retiring after three number of different uses. guidance on how to prepare the town into compliance I write about the Town
years on the job. DEBORAH S. MORRIS your home, yourself, family with new state requirements of Huntington along with
Donna Barnett was first including physically chal- for fire officials who post my colleague Deborah
elected trustee in June 2014, Historic Centerport lenged members and pets in placards condemning a prop- Morris, with a focus on pol-
and then appointed clerk by the event of a major emer- erty. itics and education. I at-
Mayor Joe McDermott in the house is landmark gency, organizers said. The revisions prohibit occu- tend town, village and
fall of that year. She had also The Huntington Town Board Presentations will be given pying or using condemned school board meetings and
been village treasurer for has voted to give town historic by the office of Gov. Andrew buildings, and refine proce- am always looking to learn
Amityville. landmark status to the Velsor- M. Cuomo, the state Depart- dures for fire officials once a about the people, culture
Donnas fiscal acuity was Van Alst House on Fort Sa- ment of Homeland Security building is deemed uninhabit- and politics that define
instrumental in earning the longa Road in Centerport. and Emergency Services, the able. Huntington. I seek stories
Village a stellar credit rating of The town board voted 5-0 National Guard, New York The changes also provide a that are important to the
AA+ and in obtaining many to approve the measure at its State Fire and Police, and more detailed description of people who live here and
grants in support of Village Tuesday meeting, following a Suffolk County Fire and Res- what is prohibited at those that help inform the
operations. Her expert guid- recommendation by the cue Emergency Services. properties. They also clarify greater community of
ance at the head of daily opera- towns Historic Preservation The training is being offered penalties for owners of build- Long Island. I welcome
tions is the reason that the Commission. The house was in partnership with the gover- ings condemned by fire offi- tips and story ideas, so
Village has been able to accom- built in the mid-1800s in the nors office, state Sen. Carl cials. please feel free to reach
plish so much during the past Greek Revival style and the Marcellino (R-Syosset), As- The new code makes it out to me via social media,
three years, the village board limited changes made since semb. Chad Lupinacci (R-Hunt- illegal to impede any govern- email or phone or just
said in an announcement. then match the original archi- ington Station) and town Coun- ment officials attempting to say hi when you spot me
Barnetts last day was May tecture, town officials said. cilwoman Tracey Edwards. place a placard on a property, at the next local meeting.
10. Town Historian Robert Advance registration is and illegal to tamper with or
The villages new clerk is Hughes said the most impor- required. Registrants will remove placards designating a Coming up
Nicole Rhodes, the former tant reason to give the house receive a free disaster-pre- property unsafe. I plan to attend tomor-
treasurer for Roslyn Harbor. historic designation is to save paredness kit. Penalties for violating the rows meeting of the
Rhodes has also been Roslyn it from being demolished. Edwards said the last train- code include revocation of any Northport Village trustees
Harbors deputy village clerk The house is listed on the ing program held in April was building or construction per- at 6 p.m. at Village Hall.
and court clerk. She began the National Register of Historic oversold, necessitating this mits; fines range from
job at the beginning of May Places, so its historical merit second session. $500-$2,000 for the first of- Find community
and has a background in insur- has been established, Its my goal that Huntington fense, and increase for future stories at
ance and nonprofit work. Hughes said in a March will be the most prepared offenses. newsday.com/towns
SOPHIA CHANG email. community in case of an emer- VALERIE BAUMAN
He added that its the towns gency in the State of New
H U N T IN GT O N policy to give local designation
to all properties on the Na-
York, Edwards said.
For more information, call COVE NECK ily live in the Pacific North-
Animal shelter will tional Register. He said he also 631-351-3317. Elk herd to graze west, Sarna said.
received numerous calls about The training takes place June Some of the elk will be
move to donated land the house over the past few 6 at Town Hall, 100 Main St., at at Sagamore Hill crouched down, with their
The Huntington Animal months from potential buyers 7 p.m. DEBORAH S. MORRIS A herd of 100 aluminum heads up, and some will be
Shelter has a new future home. elk will be placed on the front standing, Sarna said.
Town officials accepted a lawn of Theodore Roosevelts The elk will be placed look-
donation of 1.5 acres that will home at Sagamore Hill in ing toward the house, she said.
eventually be used as the ani- September, officials at Sag- Theyre sort of waiting for
mal shelter. amore Hill National Historic him to come out to give a talk
The town will purchase the Site announced. on the front porch, she said.
remaining 5.5 acres of the They will be there until at Part of an aluminum elk
parcel on Creek Road that least next spring, said Susan already is attached to the visi-

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adjoins Mill Dam Park and the Sarna, the supervisory curator tor center near the house as a
towns wastewater treatment of the site and acting chief of teaser, Sarna said.
plant. interpretation. The elk were designed by
Four and a half acres of the The purpose of the exhibit is artist Joseph Rossano of Cali-
purchased land will be used for people to start a discus- fornia.

NEWSDAY, MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017


for park land and the remain- sion of conservation and the The aluminum elk display
ing acre will be used by the conservation movement that will coincide with exhibits at
Huntington Sewer District for he was so instrumental in, Old Orchard Museum at Sag-
district purposes. Sarna said. Youre supposed to amore Hill and at the Oyster
Total purchase price is $2.2 look at your surroundings and Bay Historical Society that will
AUDREY C. TIERNAN

million. Of that, $1.8 million is see what you can do to help include displays on Roosevelts
for the 4.5 acres that is for park the conservation movement role in the conservation move-
purposes and comes from the today as Roosevelt did in his ment, his love of animals and
Open Space Land and Park time. on the species and subspecies
Improvements Reserve Fund. Roosevelt helped save a of animals that Roosevelt
The remaining $400,000 is A herd of aluminum elk will be placed on the lawn at Sagamore subspecies of elk that was later collected.
from sewer district funds to Hill in September, according to park officials. named after him, which primar- DAVID OLSON
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Seniors project grows on them


Garden beds add Sustainable Long Island, said
the 4-foot-by-4-foot beds,
food, therapy at raised about 3 feet off the
ground, allow for more plant-
nutrition center ings and fewer weeds while
also keeping out hungry preda-
tors. The raised beds also make
BY DENISE M. BONILLA it easier for the elderly to main-
denise.bonilla@newsday.com tain, she said, with some beds
lowered to accommodate those
Wyandanch seniors are get- in wheelchairs.
ting their hands dirty and lov- Lindaus group will do occa-
ing every minute of it. sional checkups, but theyve
Nonprofit Sustainable Long also been teaching the seniors
Island and PSEG Long Island skills that they hope will help
have partnered to create gar- keep the garden maintained.
den beds at the Wyandanch The idea is to really make this
Senior Nutrition Center. On garden self-sustaining, she
Friday, center attendees said.
helped fill seven planting The center serves 60 to 70
beds with 12 types of fruits, seniors daily and provides
vegetables and herbs ranging meals to four satellite centers
from strawberries to tomatoes in the town. Center director
to parsley. Alicia Portwine said that as
Im so excited, said Doreen the garden is harvested, the
Morrison, who comes to the se- center will use the fruits, veg-
nior center about four times a etables and herbs in their
week. Im looking forward to meals.
the reap! Many of my seniors have
The 65-year-old used to have left homes and dont have
a garden in her native Jamaica their own gardens anymore,
but went years living in Brook- so this gives them the opportu-
lyn without one. Now living lo- nity to maintain something
cally, she said shes already small with a group of friends
bought the soil to start her own and get the fresh vegetables
home garden. that they usually have to go

JAMES CARBONE
This gives me inspiration, outside the community to
she said of the centers garden, get, she said.
which she helped fill with Portwine said she hopes to
turnip, cucumber and rosemary get other community members
plants. involved in caring for the gar- Myrie Henry of North Babylon tends to tomato plants as Gabrielle Lindau of Sustainable LI watches.
PSEG Long Island provided a den, making it a multigenera-
$10,000 grant for the garden, tional effort. ficials for the unveiling of the Myrie Henry, 67, said he is work.
and volunteers from the com- Madeline Quintyne, commis- garden. looking forward to caring for Its good therapy, he said of
pany built the beds and filled sioner for Babylon Towns de- For the community, this the plants and appreciates the gardening. It keeps your body
them with soil. partment of human services, gives them a great sense of raised beds because he and mind busy, which is impor-
Gabrielle Lindau, director of was on hand with other town of- pride, she said. doesnt have to bend over to tant.

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DiNapoli: City budget projections reasonable


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BY JOHN ASBURY The tax increase would equal garbage collection. Long Beach $2.7 million. As of March 31, 2017, on the right track, Schnirman
john.asbury@newsday.com an average increase of $56 per is set to receive a tax levy of the city had spent $2.6 million, said.
homeowner, in addition to $60 in nearly $36.7 million. which exceeded this fiscal years The city followed last years
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New York State Comptroller sewer and water fees. Based on the results of our re- budget by $503,000. recommendations to remove
Thomas DiNapolis office said in The city is under annual re- view, except for the matters de- Long Beach City Manager one-time revenue for an unreal-
a review last week that Long view by the comptrollers office scribed in this letter, we found Jack Schnirman said the city is ized property sale, changed
Beach has reasonable budget after the city was authorized to that the significant revenue and expected to meet overtime pro- beach pass revenue estimates
projections for the next fiscal spend up to $12 million in deficit expenditure projections in the jections next year after court-or- and increased sanitation
year. financing to recover from a proposed budget are reason- dered negotiations led to a settle- charges, water rates and sewer
City Council members are ex- nearly $14.8 million inherited able, the comptrollers letter ment with the citys paid fire de- rents.
pected to vote tomorrow on a deficit in 2012. said. partment to cap overtime. The comptrollers recommen-
proposed $93.5 million budget In the 2018 budget, city offi- Comptrollers office officials For the fourth year in a row, dations for next year include au-
with a 1.26 percent tax increase cials anticipate $44.3 million in said the city may have underbud- we are pleased the state comp- thorizing garbage increases be-
for the fiscal year from July 1 to revenue for the next fiscal year, geted for overtime in next years troller office reviewed our bud- fore the budget and reducing
June 30, 2018. including about $9.5 million in budget, which is projected for get and show weve remained overtime.
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Owner told to raze historic home


Village officials: Baxter Ficalora said he didnt know if
House must come down the violation was still on the
table.
The village is discussing
Fire-damaged structure with Wu the possibility of pre-
unsafe, says inspector serving some of the homes ar-
chitectural elements, such as
decorative brackets under the
BY CHRISTINE CHUNG roof and the window shutters,
christine.chung@newsday.com Ficalora said.
Wu has not informed the vil-
Baxter Estates officials have lage of post-demolition plans
ordered that the centuries-old for the property.
Baxter House be demolished Resident Michael Scotto said
because of public health and it was both bizarre and trou-
safety concerns a decision bling that the village is pro-
that comes after years of ceeding with demolition with-
changing plans for the historic out input from the Landmarks
home recently damaged by Commission or guarantees on

ANTHONY LANZILOTE
fire. what the future will hold.
The two-story house on Village resident Kathy Coley
East Shore Road dates to the said the community fears the
early 18th century and is the site will be subdivided. The
North Shore villages only most I can hope for at this
landmarked property. Baxter House in Port Washington, which was damaged in a Feb. 5 fire, dates to the early 18th century. point is that the house will be
Village Building Inspector rebuilt as a replica, Coley
Joseph Saladino determined yesterday. payment of all taxes, a Nassau ted by Wu on April 17 that added.
that the Baxter House was un- Mayor Nora Haagenson said County assessors form, and a was returned as incomplete. North Hempstead Town His-
safe and dangerous to the life, in a Thursday news release sworn affidavit from the demo- On April 24, the village Land- torian Howard Kroplick said
health, safety and property of that the trustees support Sal- lition company to be used. marks Preservation Commis- razing Baxter House would
neighboring residents, accord- adinos decision. Wus attorney, A. Thomas sion concluded that by letting amount to losing part of the vil-
ing to a letter sent last Wu has until May 25 to Levin of Garden City-based the home fall into disrepair, lages history.
Wednesday to the home- commence 16 requirements Meyer, Suozzi, English & Wu had violated preservation When you talk about Baxter
owner, Sabrina Wu of Queens. to secure a demolition permit, Klein, said yesterday that Wu laws. The commission voted Estates, this house was Baxter
Depending on how quickly including certification for util- has already begun that unanimously 4-0 to authorize Estates. This is where the vil-
a contractor is hired, the ity service shut-offs, a demoli- process, and will proceed ex- Saladino to issue a violation. lage began, Kroplick said.
house could be razed by the tion plan indicating how the peditiously to complete it. Saladino issued a demoli- Whats going to be there? A
end of the month, Village site will be protected during The village order follows a tion order, but no violation of modern house? You lose that
Trustee Chris Ficalora said and after demolition, proof of demolition application submit- village preservation laws. linkage to the past.

CRIME rested at the scene.


Skinner is charged with as-
side Hospital in Bay Shore,
where he was admitted for Car fire in Ridge
&courts
sault and criminal possession treatment of serious but non-
of a weapon. life-threatening injuries, po-
Police said an investigation lice said.
also revealed Skinner had an The driver of the Volkswa-
WESTBURY open Nassau County warrant gen, Kristen Erlwein, 21, of
from 2012 for obstruction of Islip, was not hurt, police said.
Bar employee punched, governmental administration. Information on the type of vehi-
slashed patron, cops say No details were immediately cle Esposito was driving was
An employee at a bar in West- available on that case. not immediately available.
bury was charged with punch- LISA IRIZARRY LISA IRIZARRY
ing a patron and slashing him
in the neck Saturday night out- BAY SHORE MEDFORD
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side the tavern, Nassau police


said yesterday. Driver seriously hurt when Cops probe attempted
According to detectives, at hit after leaving vehicle robbery at gas station
10:15 p.m. Saturday, Robert A. Suffolk County police are in- Suffolk County police are in-
Skinner, 45, of Nassau Road, vestigating a motor vehicle vestigating an attempted rob-
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Uniondale, who works at His & crash that seriously injured a bery early yesterday morning
Hers Bar & Lounge on Post Av- driver in Bay Shore early yester- at a gas station in Medford. THOMAS J. LAMBUI
enue, got into a fight with a day morning. There were no reported in-
53-year-old male customer. According to police, Jonathan juries, police said.
Police said the two walked Esposito, 30, of South Setauket, According to police, a man
outside to the rear of the restau- had pulled his vehicle over and walked into the USA gas sta-
rant, where Skinner punched gotten out of it on the eastbound tion at the corner of Jamaica Av-
the victim and slashed him in Sunrise Highway service road, enue and Route 112 and dis- Firefighters extinguish a car blaze after authorities said
the neck with a knife, causing a just east of Fifth Avenue, about played a knife; he demanded
small cut. The victim was taken 1:15 a.m. when he was struck by a money, but fled without any the fuel tank ruptured at the intersection of Woodbridge
to a hospital for treatment for 2017 Volkswagen. proceeds. and Bridgewater drives yesterday afternoon.
his injuries. Skinner was ar- Esposito was taken to South- LISA IRIZARRY
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Baby Boomers May Avoid Knee Surgery With Modern Arthritis Treatments
Doctors say these two factors are the keys to knee arthritis treatment success and relieving pain without surgery
By Matt Edgar
results. The key to avoiding knee replace- mentation gets the best results and is so
Americas Health Writer ment surgery is doing the correct treatments important for avoiding surgery.
Long Island, NY - Everyone has said it as soon as possible. And the Doctors believe one of the
at one time or another. If I had only known What is the correct treatment? most important factors for the success of
about this sooner - things would be very That depends, there is no one answer viscosupplementation is making sure you
different today. when it comes to medical conditions and are getting it into the joint space. Thats
Thats what many knee arthritis pain suf- knee arthritis is no different. Thats why, why the doctors at OsteoRelief Institute
ferers are saying about this technology and if you have knee pain, you should have it use advanced imaging technology called
treatment. evaluated by a doctor who deals with and a C-Arm.
We all know that countless lives are treats knee pain every day, stated the clinics A C-Arm allows the doctor to see into
being saved every year because of early director of services. the joint and actually watch the injection
detection and better treatment of cancer, For many knee arthritis pain sufferers the go where it is supposed to. Research
said one of the physicians at OsteoRelief right treatment is viscosupplementation. In shows that performing injections without
Institute in Smithtown, NY. The same holds this treatment, a preparation of Hyaluronic digital imaging can result in missing the
true for treating knee arthritis pain. I believe acid (such as Hyalgan) is injected directly joint space as much as 30% of the time. If Can
C This Be Avoided? Total knee replacement is
we are having so much success at OsteoR- into the knee joint. you had viscosupplementation treatments serious surgery requiring months of rehabilitation.
elief Institute because of two factors: One is Hyaluronic acid is a natural lubricant and without advanced imagining and did not Some doctors think modern treatments done early
we are using advanced medical technology shock absorber of your joints and is found to get good results - this may be why. enough can keep baby boomers from going under
and treatments a lot of clinics do not use. be decreased in arthritis sufferers. This is If you have knee arthritis pain, visco- the knife.
And second, the word has spread to our similar to running your car low or without oil. supplementation might be the answer you
community and so many knee arthritis suf- Obviously, the sooner you put oil back in the are looking for. The keys are to not wait, get used to make sure you have the best chance
ferers are coming in sooner. And the earlier car - the less damage will be done. Thats a good evaluation from an expert and make for success. was the advice of the doctors
we can treat knee arthritis - the better the why some doctors feel early viscosupple- sure advanced digital imaging (C-Arm) is at the Osteo Relief Institute.

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You see, when you suffer with arthritis - the We have been able to help so many knee replacement surgeries. This advanced digital imaging called a C-arm allows doctors to


 
 
 

   pain sufferers - even many who have already added one doctor. see directly into the knee joint so treatments are precise and the
joint dries up. tried other injections like Synvisc, Supartz, How To Get It Hyalgan actually goes where it is supposed to. Studies show
This means instead of gliding smoothly - Orthovisc and even Hyalgan. We use specail If you have knee pain, that injections done without digital imaging can miss the joint
your bones start to rub and grind against each and very advanced advanced low-dose video   and staff up to 30% of the time. This is one reason Hyalgan or other Vis-
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This causes a little pain in the beginning Imaging so we can see right into the joint. a risk free screening to Institute uses this C-arm for every Hyalgan treatment.
- but over time the pain steadily gets worse This allows us to put the Hyaglan exactly see if you are a candidate
until it is excruciating. where is needs to be. Studies show doctors for Hyalgan treatments And heres something really important -
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NEWS OPINION
DEBORAH HENLEY Editor, VP RITA CIOLLI Editor of the Editorial Pages
Where there is no vision, the people perish. RICHARD ROSEN Managing Editor ELI REYES Deputy Editor
OPINION

EDITORIALS MATT DAVIES

Foolish addition
to GOP health bill
S
enate leaders say they will start fresh with their own version of the
American Health Care Act. That would be wise, because the ver-
sion House Speaker Paul Ryan passed to repeal and replace Oba-
macare is not only bad for the nation, its also disastrous for New York.
Two upstate representatives added a provision that they bet will ben-
efit their region, at the expense of New York City and Long Island.
Republican Reps. Chris Collins of Clarence and John Faso of Kinder-
hook would bar New York State, and only our state, from making counties
pay any share of Medicaid, despite 15 other states that have the same cost
sharing. Collins and Faso didnt include the other 15 because doing so
could have cost the bill votes from GOP representatives in places
where the burden of paying for all that Medicaid would have been
shifted from counties to Republican-run states. It was only Andrew M.
Cuomo, a Democratic governor, they were looking to skewer.
Collins and Faso, as well as Long Islands Rep. Lee Zeldin, represent
the change as a huge property tax cut for New Yorkers, but the bill does
not require counties to cut taxes. In fact, its likely that counties running
huge deficits, such as Nassau and Suffolk, wouldnt lower taxes. But
state taxes would rise, or benefits would be cut dramatically, especially

NEWSDAY / MATT DAVIES


for those who depend on Medicaid, many of them in nursing homes.
The shortfall created by the Collins-Faso amendment for the state
would be $2.3 billion a year.
The AHCA is projected to increase medical costs to New York State by
$7 billion. Top to bottom, its a foolish measure that would threaten health
care providers and workers in New York, as well as patients. But no part of
it is more foolish, poorly thought out and nakedly political than the
Collins-Faso amendment these politicians brought to their own state. See more Matt Davies cartoons: newsday.com/matt
The editorial board

Dont keep taxpayers in LETTERS


Democrats denying advanced in the legislature. the $10 reservation fee for a

the dark about pay hikes benefits to residents


Newsdays article Nassau
Nassau Democrats have
used this invalid proposal to
deny funding for critical
basic campsite with no ameni-
ties, such as water, electricity
and sewers. At Smith Point

B
abylon Village has 23 full-time nonunion employees, and last pols spar on ethics left out projects throughout Nassau County Park, they must also
summer they all got raises. Good for them. some important details County, including funding now pay the flagship fee, the
But village officials never budgeted for the salary hikes and did [News, May 2]. for our police, roads, sewers Tier 1 park fee, and electric
not disclose them to the public until late last month, after a Newsday It characterized former and the environment. This is and sewer fees.
reporter started making inquiries. Bad on them. Democratic Legis. David De- a political party blatantly What used to cost a veteran
Granting salary hikes to its workers is between Babylon and its staff nenbergs multiple felonies putting the health, safety and $2 a night now costs $24 a
and its taxpayers. And thats where the trouble is. The public never as overbilling a client, welfare of the people at risk night. If theres a benefit for
knew about the raises, which totaled more than $190,000 in one year. when in fact, his crimes were by denying funding for im- veterans, I fail to see it. We
newsday.com

Similarly, officials in Munsey Park created a new position of village far more serious and cost his portant projects. now pay what everyone else
administrator and filled it with the mayors brother-in-law. Good for clients and partners more Norma Gonsalves, pays.
Daniel Breen. But bad on Munsey Parks trustees, who did not make than $2 million. Mineola Peter Milach,
public the two resolutions or hold a public hearing, and did not dis- The story also did not men- Editors note: The writer, Patchogue
close Breens experience or work history, a violation of state law. tion two other former Demo- a Republican, is the presid-
NEWSDAY, MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017

Babylon Mayor Ralph Scordino said his villages hikes were intended cratic legislators who are ing officer of the Nassau Ringling Brothers
to make salaries more competitive. Fine. He said wages for nonunion felons: Roger Corbin and County Legislature.
workers typically are raised when their union counterparts see pay Patrick Williams. All would failed to evolve
hikes. No problem there, either. But he also told Newsday that Babylon be banned from public office Goodbye to free The Ringling Bros. and Bar-
as a matter of tradition does not publicly vote on nonunion raises when by the proposed no felon num & Bailey circus is going
they occur outside of the budget process. Thats a violation of state law, law. camping in Suffolk dark because it refused to
which requires a village board to approve by resolution any change in ap- As for Democrats call for I agree with Too many evolve [Last stop for the big
propriations. And Scordinos explanation didnt square with the one pro- an inspector general, the law fees at Suffolk County parks top, Fanfare, May 7].
vided by a village attorney, who told Newsday the failure to mention the is very clear that their pro- [Letters, April 25]. Left un- Rather than acknowledge
nonunion increases in the union-raise resolution was an oversight. posal would be an unconsti- said was the elimination of the protests of people who
Taxpayers are often kept in the dark. As these two villages make tutional delegation of legisla- the free camping for dis- didnt want to see elephants,
clear: Anything less than fully open government is unacceptable. tive and prosecutorial author- abled veterans. lions, tigers and other ani-
The editorial board ity. Therefore, it cannot be Veterans can now must pay mals held in captivity, the cir-
OPINION A27

Justice for victims of child sex abuse


New York State needs to extend Some kids who reported abuse
were not believed, and were
its too-short statutes of limitations even punished for saying bad
things about good people. Now,
however, the public can see the
BY MARCI A. HAMILTON pires. It takes most victims into paradigm of institutional abuse:
AND KATHRYN ROBB their 30s, 40s and 50s before an organization prioritizes
they are ready to come for- image, power and money over

N
ew York is among the ward. Some never do. kids as it hides pedophiles, who
worst states in the United Group 3: This is the largest, in turn gain access to yet more
States for justice for child and it includes the New York children. The problem with
sex-abuse victims. That is be- public, which knows less about each of these revelations in

GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO / BLIZNETSOV


cause its statutes of limitations existing child predators than New York, though, is that there
are prohibitively short. most every other state in the is publicity, but no justice, and
While much of the country country. Only Alabama, Michi- victims must bear the cost of
was expanding statutes of limita- gan, and Mississippi statute of the abuse by themselves.
tions in the past 25 years, New limitations laws are as bad. Lets end the last taboo. Fami-
York has stood still. Victims The average citizen may ask, lies where abuse is happening
must sue the perpetrator by age quite fairly, what takes these will remain shrouded in mist,
23 and a responsible institution victims so long to come for- and victims will continue to be
by age 21. There is no limit for ward? The answer: It is the way gagged so long as Albany fails to
the victim who seeks to press the brain processes trauma, or, take action. This should not be
charges for rape but for most rather, what happens when it the Empire State of mind on
other child sex crimes, the vic- cant. Its no good blaming a vic- child sex abuse. The victims
tim has until the age of 23. These tim for not coming forward need New York officials to re-
time periods are too short. when he or she cant; the preda- tims is for New York to revive others will line up behind him form the statutes of limitations
New Yorks statute creates tor has paralyzed the voice of its expired civil statute of limita- or her, because most child mo- because its not just the threats
groups of victims: the victim. tions and to eliminate the crimi- lesters abuse dozens of chil- of perpetrators that keep them
Group 1: This includes those Simply, sexual predators nal and civil statute of limita- dren over time. silent, but also the need for shel-
whose claims have expired cause harm that leads to si- tions in the future. Then we The Archdiocese of Boston ter, food, clothing and education.
the vast majority of the states lence and confusion and would ensure, as other states clergy abuse cover-up was
victims. New York law punishes the vic- have, that a greater number of made public though The Bos-
Group 2: This includes chil- tims for the silence and trauma victims will reveal teachers, ton Globes Spotlight series. Marci Hamilton is the chief
dren who are being sexually as- predators caused, and that clergy, coaches and family And the headlines in recent executive of Child USA and
saulted now, so their claims are leads to more harm. This is a vi- members who parents and em- years have focused on sex Kathryn Robb is a survivor and
still live, but odds are that they cious cycle in which predators ployers had no idea were dan- abuse in institutions, from reli- a member of the Board of
will be unable to press charges are the only winners. gerous to their children. For gious organizations and MassKids, both nonprofit
or sue before the statute ex- The only way to help the vic- each victim who steps forward, schools to clubs and sports. advocacy groups.

Emotionally fragile,
but not disturbed YOUR LIRR
Critic Linda Winers use of the
phrase emotionally disturbed
NIGHTMARES
to describe a character in Dear
Evan Hansen is inappropriate
WhatsyourworstLIRR
and offensive [Nominations for commutingexperience?
the Tonys, News, May 3]. Makea20-secondvideo
GETTY IMAGES / THEO WARGO

To describe him as emotion- toshareyourstory.


ally fragile or lacking in social
confidence would be more ac- newsday.com/lirrstories
curate. The character doesnt
know how to get out of a situa-
tion in which someone else the writer seems to realize. only to fulfill an arts require-
jumped to conclusions. This Sherry Skolnik, ment rather than offer a degree.
doesnt make him disturbed. Al- Bellmore While current majors and mi-
A scene from Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus. The circus lowing a social situation to spi- nors like me can complete their
will shut down after its final show on Sunday at Nassau Coliseum. ral out of control does not Uncertainty for theater degrees, we are scared because
make him disturbed. Is he inept we dont know how this will af-
cus clung to its failed business those circuses that still use ani- at dealing with social situa- majors at Stony Brook fect us in the professional world.
model. mals have time to learn from tions? Yes. Is he more anxious Stony Brook University sent a We need help trying to reverse
Feld Entertainment, Ringlings Ringlings demise. If they dont, than most teens? Yes. Does he letter to theater arts majors and this decision. The arts matter.
parent company, paid a $270,000 their days are numbered, too. see a therapist? Yes. Does that minors, saying it will phase out We matter.
fine in 2011 for alleged violations Rachel Mathews, make him disturbed? No. the department because of a lack Amanda Hanley,
of the Animal Welfare Act. The Washington This is a magnificent play of funding [Chairman: SBU to Stony Brook
company didnt admit it had Editors note: The writer is in which actor Ben Platt cap- cut theater, News, May 1].
done anything wrong. an associate director at the Peo- tures the extreme insecurities The letter said no more ma- SEND MAIL to letters@newsday.com.
Ringling is paying the price ple for the Ethical Treatment of of a teen who is more repre- jors and minors will be admitted, Letters become property of Newsday.
for its own intransigence, but Animals Foundation. sented in our population than and the department will exist They are edited for all media.
A28 DEBBY KRENEK Co-Publisher EDWARD BUSHEY Co-Publisher

NEWS OPINION
DEBORAH HENLEY Editor, VP RITA CIOLLI Editor of the Editorial Pages
Where there is no vision, the people perish. RICHARD ROSEN Managing Editor ELI REYES Deputy Editor
OPINION

EDITORIALS MATT DAVIES

Foolish addition
to GOP health bill
S
enate leaders say they will start fresh with their own version of the
American Health Care Act. That would be wise, because the ver-
sion House Speaker Paul Ryan passed to repeal and replace Oba-
macare is not only bad for the nation, its also disastrous for New York.
Two upstate representatives added a provision that they bet will ben-
efit their region, at the expense of New York City and Long Island.
Republican Reps. Chris Collins of Clarence and John Faso of Kinder-
hook would bar New York State, and only our state, from making counties
pay any share of Medicaid, despite 15 other states that have the same cost
sharing. Collins and Faso didnt include the other 15 because doing so
could have cost the bill votes from GOP representatives in places
where the burden of paying for all that Medicaid would have been
shifted from counties to Republican-run states. It was only Andrew M.
Cuomo, a Democratic governor, they were looking to skewer.
Collins and Faso, as well as Long Islands Rep. Lee Zeldin, represent
the change as a huge property tax cut for New Yorkers, but the bill does
not require counties to cut taxes. In fact, its likely that counties running
huge deficits, such as Nassau and Suffolk, wouldnt lower taxes. But
state taxes would rise, or benefits would be cut dramatically, especially

NEWSDAY / MATT DAVIES


for those who depend on Medicaid, many of them in nursing homes.
The shortfall created by the Collins-Faso amendment for the state
would be $2.3 billion a year.
The AHCA is projected to increase medical costs to New York State by
$7 billion. Top to bottom, its a foolish measure that would threaten health
care providers and workers in New York, as well as patients. But no part of
it is more foolish, poorly thought out and nakedly political than the
Collins-Faso amendment these politicians brought to their own state. See more Matt Davies cartoons: newsday.com/matt
The editorial board

Dont keep taxpayers in LETTERS


Democrats denying advanced in the legislature. the $10 reservation fee for a

the dark about pay hikes benefits to residents


Newsdays article Nassau
Nassau Democrats have
used this invalid proposal to
deny funding for critical
basic campsite with no ameni-
ties, such as water, electricity
and sewers. At Smith Point

B
abylon Village has 23 full-time nonunion employees, and last pols spar on ethics left out projects throughout Nassau County Park, they must also
summer they all got raises. Good for them. some important details County, including funding now pay the flagship fee, the
But village officials never budgeted for the salary hikes and did [News, May 2]. for our police, roads, sewers Tier 1 park fee, and electric
not disclose them to the public until late last month, after a Newsday It characterized former and the environment. This is and sewer fees.
reporter started making inquiries. Bad on them. Democratic Legis. David De- a political party blatantly What used to cost a veteran
Granting salary hikes to its workers is between Babylon and its staff nenbergs multiple felonies putting the health, safety and $2 a night now costs $24 a
and its taxpayers. And thats where the trouble is. The public never as overbilling a client, welfare of the people at risk night. If theres a benefit for
knew about the raises, which totaled more than $190,000 in one year. when in fact, his crimes were by denying funding for im- veterans, I fail to see it. We
Similarly, officials in Munsey Park created a new position of village far more serious and cost his portant projects. now pay what everyone else
newsday.com

administrator and filled it with the mayors brother-in-law. Good for clients and partners more Norma Gonsalves, pays.
Daniel Breen. But bad on Munsey Parks trustees, who did not make than $2 million. Mineola Peter Milach,
public the two resolutions or hold a public hearing, and did not dis- The story also did not men- Editors note: The writer, Patchogue
close Breens experience or work history, a violation of state law. tion two other former Demo- a Republican, is the presid-
Babylon Mayor Ralph Scordino said his villages hikes were intended cratic legislators who are ing officer of the Nassau Ringling Brothers
NEWSDAY, MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017

to make salaries more competitive. Fine. He said wages for nonunion felons: Roger Corbin and County Legislature.
workers typically are raised when their union counterparts see pay Patrick Williams. All would failed to evolve
hikes. No problem there, either. But he also told Newsday that Babylon be banned from public office Goodbye to free The Ringling Bros. and Bar-
as a matter of tradition does not publicly vote on nonunion raises when by the proposed no felon num & Bailey circus is going
they occur outside of the budget process. Thats a violation of state law, law. camping in Suffolk dark because it refused to
which requires a village board to approve by resolution any change in ap- As for Democrats call for I agree with Too many evolve [Last stop for the big
propriations. And Scordinos explanation didnt square with the one pro- an inspector general, the law fees at Suffolk County parks top, Fanfare, May 7].
vided by a village attorney, who told Newsday the failure to mention the is very clear that their pro- [Letters, April 25]. Left un- Rather than acknowledge
nonunion increases in the union-raise resolution was an oversight. posal would be an unconsti- said was the elimination of the protests of people who
Taxpayers are often kept in the dark. As these two villages make tutional delegation of legisla- the free camping for dis- didnt want to see elephants,
clear: Anything less than fully open government is unacceptable. tive and prosecutorial author- abled veterans. lions, tigers and other ani-
The editorial board ity. Therefore, it cannot be Veterans can now must pay mals held in captivity, the cir-
OPINION A29

Justice for victims of child sex abuse

OPINION
New York State needs to extend Some kids who reported abuse
were not believed, and were
its too-short statutes of limitations even punished for saying bad
things about good people. Now,
however, the public can see the
BY MARCI A. HAMILTON pires. It takes most victims into paradigm of institutional abuse:
AND KATHRYN ROBB their 30s, 40s and 50s before an organization prioritizes
they are ready to come for- image, power and money over

N
ew York is among the ward. Some never do. kids as it hides pedophiles, who
worst states in the United Group 3: This is the largest, in turn gain access to yet more
States for justice for child and it includes the New York children. The problem with
sex-abuse victims. That is be- public, which knows less about each of these revelations in

GETTY IMAGES/ISTOCKPHOTO / BLIZNETSOV


cause its statutes of limitations existing child predators than New York, though, is that there
are prohibitively short. most every other state in the is publicity, but no justice, and
While much of the country country. Only Alabama, Michi- victims must bear the cost of
was expanding statutes of limita- gan, and Mississippi statute of the abuse by themselves.
tions in the past 25 years, New limitations laws are as bad. Lets end the last taboo. Fami-
York has stood still. Victims The average citizen may ask, lies where abuse is happening
must sue the perpetrator by age quite fairly, what takes these will remain shrouded in mist,
23 and a responsible institution victims so long to come for- and victims will continue to be
by age 21. There is no limit for ward? The answer: It is the way gagged so long as Albany fails to
the victim who seeks to press the brain processes trauma, or, take action. This should not be
charges for rape but for most rather, what happens when it the Empire State of mind on
other child sex crimes, the vic- cant. Its no good blaming a vic- child sex abuse. The victims
tim has until the age of 23. These tim for not coming forward need New York officials to re-
time periods are too short. when he or she cant; the preda- tims is for New York to revive others will line up behind him form the statutes of limitations
New Yorks statute creates tor has paralyzed the voice of its expired civil statute of limita- or her, because most child mo- because its not just the threats
groups of victims: the victim. tions and to eliminate the crimi- lesters abuse dozens of chil- of perpetrators that keep them
Group 1: This includes those Simply, sexual predators nal and civil statute of limita- dren over time. silent, but also the need for shel-
whose claims have expired cause harm that leads to si- tions in the future. Then we The Archdiocese of Boston ter, food, clothing and education.
the vast majority of the states lence and confusion and would ensure, as other states clergy abuse cover-up was
victims. New York law punishes the vic- have, that a greater number of made public though The Bos-
Group 2: This includes chil- tims for the silence and trauma victims will reveal teachers, ton Globes Spotlight series. Marci Hamilton is the chief
dren who are being sexually as- predators caused, and that clergy, coaches and family And the headlines in recent executive of Child USA and
saulted now, so their claims are leads to more harm. This is a vi- members who parents and em- years have focused on sex Kathryn Robb is a survivor and
still live, but odds are that they cious cycle in which predators ployers had no idea were dan- abuse in institutions, from reli- a member of the Board of
will be unable to press charges are the only winners. gerous to their children. For gious organizations and MassKids, both nonprofit
or sue before the statute ex- The only way to help the vic- each victim who steps forward, schools to clubs and sports. advocacy groups.

Emotionally fragile,
but not disturbed YOUR LIRR
Critic Linda Winers use of the
phrase emotionally disturbed
NIGHTMARES
to describe a character in Dear
Evan Hansen is inappropriate
WhatsyourworstLIRR
and offensive [Nominations for commutingexperience?
the Tonys, News, May 3]. Makea20-secondvideo
GETTY IMAGES / THEO WARGO

To describe him as emotion- toshareyourstory.


ally fragile or lacking in social
confidence would be more ac- newsday.com/lirrstories
curate. The character doesnt

newsday.com
know how to get out of a situa-
tion in which someone else the writer seems to realize. only to fulfill an arts require-
jumped to conclusions. This Sherry Skolnik, ment rather than offer a degree.
doesnt make him disturbed. Al- Bellmore While current majors and mi-
A scene from Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus. The circus lowing a social situation to spi- nors like me can complete their

NEWSDAY, MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017


will shut down after its final show on Sunday at Nassau Coliseum. ral out of control does not Uncertainty for theater degrees, we are scared because
make him disturbed. Is he inept we dont know how this will af-
cus clung to its failed business those circuses that still use ani- at dealing with social situa- majors at Stony Brook fect us in the professional world.
model. mals have time to learn from tions? Yes. Is he more anxious Stony Brook University sent a We need help trying to reverse
Feld Entertainment, Ringlings Ringlings demise. If they dont, than most teens? Yes. Does he letter to theater arts majors and this decision. The arts matter.
parent company, paid a $270,000 their days are numbered, too. see a therapist? Yes. Does that minors, saying it will phase out We matter.
fine in 2011 for alleged violations Rachel Mathews, make him disturbed? No. the department because of a lack Amanda Hanley,
of the Animal Welfare Act. The Washington This is a magnificent play of funding [Chairman: SBU to Stony Brook
company didnt admit it had Editors note: The writer is in which actor Ben Platt cap- cut theater, News, May 1].
done anything wrong. an associate director at the Peo- tures the extreme insecurities The letter said no more ma- SEND MAIL to letters@newsday.com.
Ringling is paying the price ple for the Ethical Treatment of of a teen who is more repre- jors and minors will be admitted, Letters become property of Newsday.
for its own intransigence, but Animals Foundation. sented in our population than and the department will exist They are edited for all media.
A30
NYC
Spans special hue for Mothers Day

JEFF BACHNER
The newly renovated Kosciuszko Bridge between Brooklyn and Queens hosted a light show for Mothers Day at dusk yesterday.

School rebuffs feds


BIG FIRE DAMAGES
SITE OF FORMER
SYNAGOGUE
City: Immigration agents seeking 4th-grader denied idents. schools with additional infor- A large fire broke out at a
U.S. Citizenship and Immi- mation on our protocol and historic and shuttered build-
gration Services spokes- more trainings. ing on the Lower East Side
New rule blocksofficialsaccesswithoutcourtorder woman Anita Rios Moore said All students, regardless of last night that had been used
yesterday two USCIS offi- immigration status, are wel- as a synagogue, the FDNY
cials visited the school as come in New York City public said.
BY LAURA FIGUEROA The school turned the part of an administrative in- schools, and parents should The FDNY declared the
laura.figueroa@newsday.com agents away, de Blasios quiry pertaining to an immi- rest assured that we will do fire under control by about
spokesman, Eric Phillips, said gration benefit request. everything in our power to 8:50 p.m.
Two federal immigration of- on Twitter. Although school visits are protect students, staff and fam- Firefighters responded to
ficers who went to a Queens School administrators and not routine in these circum- ilies, Faria said. the blaze at 60 Norfolk St.
newsday.com

public school last week inquir- security officers, under guide- stances, they are not unprece- Queens Borough President after a call came in about 7
ing about a fourth-grader lines issued in March by de dented, Moore wrote in an Melinda Katz, in a statement, p.m., the FDNY said.
were turned away under New Blasio and Schools Chancellor email to Newsday yesterday. said she was deeply troubled No one was injured, the
York Citys new policy barring Carmen Faria, have been in- I must emphasize that the and horrified by reports of FDNY said. The cause of the
enforcement agents from en- structed to block federal immi- purpose of the visit was to ver- the incident, and commended fire has not been deter-
NEWSDAY, MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017

tering school property with- gration agents from entering ify certain facts about the stu- P.S. 58 officials for following mined.
out a court order. school property without a war- dents enrollment in relation proper protocols. The Gothic structure was
Mayor Bill de Blasios rant or court order. to a request for an immigra- No parent should have to originally built in 1850 as a
spokesman revealed late Satur- The protocols were rolled tion benefit. At no time did worry about any unauthorized Baptist church. It later
day on Twitter news of Thurs- out in response to ramped-up the officers ask to see or persons or entities reaching served as synagogue for the
days incident, saying the immigration enforcement ef- speak with the student, who their children while in Beth Hamedrash Hagodol
mayor had been briefed forts nationwide spurred by was not the subject of the ad- school, Katz said. All Orthodox Jewish congrega-
about the situation involving President Donald Trump. De ministrative inquiry. schools must remain a safe tion for more than 120 years.
federal immigration agents Blasio vowed in March to do Faria, head of the public space, where childrens safety It was added to the National
showing up at P.S. 58 in all we can to ensure federal school system, said the depart- is paramount. . . . Queens Register of Historic Places
Maspeth, Queens, asking about immigration actions do not ment was looking into this in- schools are to be off-limits to in 1999.
a fourth-grade student. harm or threaten our citys res- cident and . . . providing federal immigration agents. RACHELLE BLIDNER
LI BUSINESS A31

BIZfact

LI BUSINESS
$23,010
Median annual
salary of Long Islands
162,240
home-health aides

Source: New York State


Labor Department

ANTHEM, CIGNA SPAR


OVER TERMINATION
INDIANAPOLIS Anthem
has ended its soured, $48 bil-
lion bid to buy rival Cigna, but
the nations second-largest
health insurer isnt giving up a
fight over whether Cigna de-
serves a termination fee for the
scrapped deal.

JOHNNY MILANO
Anthem said Friday that
Cigna sabotaged the merger
agreement and caused mas-
sive damages for Anthem,
which provides Blue Cross- IBMs Mike Spisak and son Evan designed Havyn, an interface for voice commands to ask about a computer networks cybersecurity status.
Blue Shield coverage in several

HELPFROMHIS
states. It said it plans to vigor-
ously pursue its claims against
Cigna.
Bloomfield, Connecticut-
based Cigna said in response
that Anthem willfully
breached its obligation to get

WHIZ KID
regulatory approval. It plans to
seek prompt payment of a $1.85
billion termination fee and IBM inventor, son
more than $13 billion in dam-
ages from Anthem for the create advance
harm that it caused Cigna and
its shareholders. in cybersecurity
On Thursday a Delaware
judge refused Indianapolis- BY KEN SCHACHTER A sons suggestion of it as a father-son experi- with cybersecurity threats.
based Anthems request to ex- kenneth.schachter@newsday.com Thats when Evan, inspired ment for the weekend.
tend a ban blocking Cigna from by J.A.R.V.I.S., the AI assistant But he soon realized the sys- Interaction is key
pulling out of the deal. A collaboration between an of comic book and movie hero tem could be of real use to cy- Havyn, he said, could be de-
The deal, announced in 2015, 11-year-old East Northport boy Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, bersecurity analysts besieged veloped into a cognitive secu-
had already been rejected by a and his IBM inventor father piped up: Dad, why cant you by viruses, malware and phish- rity assistant that could auto-
federal judge and an appeals has given voice to cybersecu- talk to it with your voice? ing scams. mate some tasks and help ana-
court after antitrust regulators rity tools using that companys That suggestion led father The average security opera- lysts understand incoming
sued last summer to stop it. An- Watson artificial intelligence and son to tap into Watson tions center at a major corpora- threats and vulnerabilities
them Inc. said earlier this system. through a Raspberry Pi, a sim- tion or other large organization in addition to talking to them.
month it would seek a Supreme In November, Mike Spisak, ple, low-cost computer used in is confronted with 200,000 secu- Specifically, the goal is to have

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Court review of the case. whose title is chief transforma- schools and by hobbyists. rity events per day that need in- Havyn interact with security
Critics have argued that a tion architect and master in- The Spisaks used software vestigation or response, accord- analysts on topics such as real-
combination of Anthem and ventor, IBM Security, was recipes from BlueMix, IBMs ing to IBM Research. time threat updates.
Cigna would have resulted in joined by his son, Evan, as he cloud-based development plat- They need to sift through For instance, an analyst
fewer choices for health insur- worked in his basement labo- form, to connect to the voice-re- mountains of data, Spisak might ask: Havyn, whats my

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ance consumers. AP ratory. sponse technology of Watson, said. Its a struggle to keep up security posture? Or What
Spisak was seeking to which gained notoriety in 2011 threats am I facing? Havyn
apply artificial intelligence by defeating two human champi- would search the data and spit
tools to the problem of cyber- ons on TVs Jeopardy. FAST FACT out natural language answers
security. He was typing to a BlueMix is built in such a in real time.
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chatbot a computer pro-
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way that even an 11-year-old is
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1 in 131 Its more than having a slick
interface, Spisak said. Its
using cognition what the
for the daily business Number of emails
newsletter. that it could develop into a It only took about an hour. human brain goes through. Its
tool that could provide cyber- The duo code-named their that contain malware using analytics and interfaces to
newsday.com/biz security answers to IBMs cor- project Havyn, as in safe SOURCE: Symantec
porate clients. haven. Spisak initially thought See INVENTORS on A32
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Michael Nizich, a veteran IT pro- the servers of the Democratic Na- cer, practices tae kwon do and
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trepreneurship & Technology Inno- sought to sell data from more than ures humans will never be able to
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rity Agency. contained malware, the highest There are a lot of hackers and
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Jamie Herzlich
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At the recent Content Mar-
keting Conference in Boston,
18 billion ads for the same client.
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keting and digital services firm. attendees were given a deck Pieces of mail that will be customer management soft-
n todays digital world, mar- Using such methods can in- of cards that incorporated aug- sent in 2017 using one of ware to personalize direct mail
keters must find new ways crease the cost of a mailing by mented reality. They were in- the U.S. Postal Services with the recipients name or
to engage their audiences up to 20 percent, she says. structed to download the Blip- promotions, including an even personalized products
and that even applies to The U.S. Postal Service is en- par app, and when they estimated 4.5 billion that they think that customer would
more traditional forms of couraging marketers to try placed their mobile phones will take advantage of the like to see, says Larrauri.
marketing such as direct mail. these new technologies by offer- over the cards, images of the Emerging and Advanced Included in this years USPS
By integrating new technolo- ing a discount on postage conference speakers in super- promotion is a service that can
Technology Promotion.
gies such as enhanced aug- through its Emerging and Ad- hero costumes came to life, ap- automatically trigger and print a
mented reality and near-field vanced Technology Promotion. pearing to fly, says Harhut, SOURCE: USPS personalized mailing based on a
communication (NFC), direct Larger businesses are most who spoke at the conference. digital interaction, she says. For
mail can create an interactive likely to be the ones using Some of these tactics may example, it could send an auto-
experience for consumers. these technologies right now, seem a bit advanced for smaller president of client services at matic mailing to users on a web-
Augmented reality generally says Gary Reblin, USPS vice marketers, but Harhut said some Didit, a Mineola digital market- site who abandoned their online
requires users to download an president of product innova- of her clients have found success ing firm with its own direct shopping cart, Reblin says.
app such as Blippar or Layar and tion. A lot of these are emerg- with a more basic approach: in- mail company in Plainview Still, Evan Bloom, co-owner
then use their smartphones or ing, he says. While usage may cluding in their direct mail called Didit DM. Such URLs of Westbury, Hauppauge and
tablets to hover over the mail start with the larger firms, pieces personalized URLs, or can be used in multiple ways, Melville franchises of the Sir
piece as it appears to come next year hopefully the next web addresses, that lead recipi- for example leading a recipient Speedy printing and marketing
alive with an animated image re- tier down uses it. Without an ents to a personalized landing to an application with pre- company, says he sees most
lating to the product or service, incentive to try it, he adds, no- page if they punch the address filled information, he says. marketers taking a traditional
explains Nancy Harhut, a Boston body takes the first step. into their web browser. Hes also coupled direct mail approach with mailings. Ulti-
marketing expert. Augmented reality is the fur- Personalized URLs take for clients with geo-targeted mately, it comes down to creat-
With NFC technology, a thest along. Its estimated 1.5 bil- away from that junk mail men- banner ads based on a users ing a really good offer and a
small chip embedded in the di- lion pieces of mail will come tality, says Eric Wiggins, vice computer address. So the recipi- great call to action, he says.

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Paul G.W.
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estate adviser at
LAW Coldwell Banker
Residential Brokerage at the
Ashley S. Os- Bellmore-Merrick office and is
adon of Bayside, the president of Great Ameri- The Associated Press a dent in overall health care cost $14,000 a year, while
Queens, has can Brokerage Inc. in Long costs. cheap generic pills do a good
joined Rivkin Beach. TRENTON, N.J. War- Its going to be part of the so- job for most people for $300 a
Radler in Union- ranties and money-back guar- lution to soaring drug prices, year or less.
dale as an asso- Rasna Chadha antees, long used to entice buy- predicts Roger Longman, CEO Predictably, insurers often
ciate in the of Syosset has ers of products such as hand of Real Endpoints, a company reject prescriptions for the
health service group. She was been hired as a tools and kitchen gadgets, are that assesses the value of costly drugs.
an associate at Abrams, Fen- licensed sales now being used to sell some- medicines for drugmakers, in- So Amgen, trying to boost
sterman, Fensterman, Eisman, agent at Homes by thing more crucial: pricey surers and other clients. disappointing sales for a drug
Formato, Ferrara & Wolf in Mara Realty in new-generation drugs for dis- Many new drugs top expected to be a huge seller, is
Lake Success. Syosset and was eases such as rheumatoid $100,000 per year or course of offering full refunds to insur-
with Douglas Elliman in East arthritis and cancer. treatment, though their bene- ers if patients have a heart at-
REAL ESTATE Norwich. Deals being negotiated be- fits are unclear or only tack or stroke while taking its
tween drugmakers and the in- marginally better than cheaper, drug. This month, Amgen an-
Charles Rutenberg Realty Alexander surers who buy medicines now older drugs. Buyers of those nounced its first deal to do so,
Inc. in Plainview has hired an Jimenez of East sometimes include extra re- new drugs, usually insurance with Harvard Pilgrim. Sanofi
associate broker and some Hampton has bates or even full refunds companies, are hesitant to pay has a contract with insurer
licensed sales agents. been hired as a if drugs dont help patients as without assurance the drugs Cigna to pay extra rebates if
licensed real expected. will help patients. Thats bad patient cholesterol doesnt fall
Margaret Moran estate sales agent Its part of an effort driven by for patients and makes insurers as much as expected.
of Melville, a new at Douglas Elli- insurers and government spend more on complications It demonstrates the fact that
associate broker, man in Bridgehampton. He is a health programs to align the and hospital stays if the drugs we are standing behind the
previously was self-employed contractor. cost of care with the quality of dont work. value the product has, and
with Re/Max care, and slow the growth of pre- As a result, insurers often re- were willing to put some
Beyond in CONSTRUCTION scription drug costs. strict access to expensive new money behind it, said James
Melville. Were spending less money drugs by making patients pay Borneman, Sanofis head of
Kristy S. See- on drugs that are less effec- more out of pocket or making strategic pricing.
Heejung Shin of mungal of Spring- tive, said Dr. Michael Sher- doctors wade through red tape
Great Neck, a new field Gardens, man, chief medical officer for to get authorization for a pa- Demand rising
sales agent, com- Queens, has been the not-for-profit insurer Har- tients medicine. Sometimes Some insurers are now de-
pleted the licens- hired as an admin- vard Pilgrim, which has sev- patients have to try cheaper manding these deals, which
ing course at the istrative assistant eral of these deals and is nego- drugs first, and only when are expected to become stan-
New York Real at Racanelli Con- tiating more. Sherman says they fail and the patients dard for some drugs: super-ex-
Estate Institute in struction Co. in Melville. She one-fourth of every dollar it health has deteriorated are pensive medicines for cancer
Manhattan. was a licensing and forecasting spends on patient care goes to they allowed to get the pricey and rare diseases, and others
specialist with Rubies Cos- prescription drugs. new drug. that are used widely enough
Ariel Kaikov of tume Co. in Farmingdale. Pharmaceutical companies to cost insurers millions. In ad-
Brooklyn, a new Helping patients, insurers have an incentive here, too: dition, the drugs must have a
sales agent, com- BANKING For the patient, it doesnt These deals may help them sell benefit thats easy to measure,
pleted the licens- mean a check in the mail if more of the new drug theyve such as keeping kids with
ing course at the Joseph D. Perillo cancer comes back after treat- spent hundreds of millions of asthma out of the emergency
Brooklyn School of Hempstead has ment. But it does mean pa- dollars or more developing. room or preventing growth of
of Real Estate in been appointed tients could get a drug that For example, a new genera- cancerous tumors for a certain
Bensonhurst. executive vice an insurer might otherwise tion of injected cholesterol period.
president and chief be unwilling to pay for and drugs does an impressive job Cigna has been pursuing
Jose Santa of financial officer of that might help them. And in- of reducing bad cholesterol. more of these types of deals
Westbury, a new Patriot National surers, who now can track But the drugs, Amgens after finding that some of its
sales agent, previ- Bancorp Inc. and Patriot Bank how patients fare through Repatha and Sanofis Praluent, earlier efforts met or ex-
ously was with in Stamford, Connecticut. He electronic medical records, ceeded expectations in terms
Progressive Realty was chief accounting officer and will be reducing wasteful of benefit to our customers, pa-
Group in Massape- chief financial officer for iQor spending and making at least tients, said Chris Bradbury,
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Top court cases test Trump policies


Rulings to shed whether the justices are retreat-
ing from long-standing decisions
cluding the travel ban.
For about a century, the court
right to court hearings.
In the other case, the court has
going to apply to Trump adminis-
tration activity, Spiro said.
light on latitude that give the president and Con-
gress great discretion in dealing
has held that, when dealing with
immigration, the White House
taken on a challenge to an un-
usual federal law that makes it
The decisions may directly af-
fect people who are targeted by
on immigration with immigration, and what role
administration policies, includ-
and Congress can get away with
things they ordinarily couldnt,
easier for children born outside
the country to become citizens if
immigration authorities for
quick deportation, or expedited
ing the proposed ban on visits to said Temple University law pro- their mother is an American, but removal, and immigrants who
The Associated Press the United States by residents of fessor Peter Spiro. The court harder if their father is the U.S. were brought to the United
six majority Muslim countries, has explicitly said the Constitu- citizen. Even after legislation in States as children and offered
WASHINGTON Supreme may play. tion applies differently in immi- 1986, children of American fa- protection from deportation by
Court decisions in a half-dozen President Donald Trump has gration than in other contexts. thers face higher hurdles claim- the Obama administration, said
cases dealing with immigration pledged to increase deporta- Two of the immigration cases ing citizenship for themselves. Steven Vladeck, a University of
over the next two months could tions, particularly of those con- at the court offer the justices the Both cases were argued be- Texas law professor.
reveal how the justices might victed of crimes. But Supreme possibility of cutting into the def- fore Trump became president An open question in immigra-
evaluate Trump administration Court rulings in favor of the im- erence that courts have given the in January, and the Obama ad- tion law concerns how much au-
actions on immigration, espe- migrants in the pending cases other branches of government in ministration opposed the de- thority the government has and
cially stepped-up deportations. could make his plans more diffi- this area. One is a class-action tainees claims and the citizen- how strong the Constitution is as
Some of those cases could be cult to realize, said Christopher lawsuit brought by immigrants ship challenge. a constraint, Vladeck said. For
decided as early as today, when Hajec, director of litigation for whove spent long periods in cus- Even if the positions havent Trump, he said a major question
the court is meeting to issue the Immigration Reform Litiga- tody, including many who are changed, the context has, is how much discretion the presi-
opinions in cases that were ar- tion Institute. The group gener- legal U.S. residents or are seek- Spiro said. dent has. Its at the heart of a lot
gued over the past six months. ally supports the new administra- ing asylum. The court is weigh- The court has got to be con- of what the Trump administra-
The outcomes could indicate tions immigration actions, in- ing whether the detainees have a scious of how these rulings are tion wants to do, Vladeck said.

Cities trying to put panhandlers to work


BY PATRICK WHITTLE
The Associated Press

PORTLAND, Maine Pick-


ing up trash and landscaping
public parks might not be glam-
orous work, but Derek Cote says
it beats begging for change in a
traffic median, and hes looking
forward to his hometown giv-
ing him a chance to do it.
As soon as I get an ID, Ill be
doing it, Cote, 33, a panhandler
in Maines largest city, said,
holding a sign that read: Home-
less, spare a buck.
Portland is the latest U.S. city
to try to cut down panhandling
by taking people from curbside
begging to municipal jobs such
as cleaning walking trails and
picking up litter.
The Portland Opportunity
Crew was begun this month,
employing panhandlers to do
landscaping and clean up pub-

AP / ROBERT F. BUKATY
lic areas at the minimum wage

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of $10.68 an hour. Albuquerque,
Chicago, New Mexico, and San
Jose, California, have tried simi-
lar programs with varying de-
grees of success.

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Portland, a city of about D. Rogers, a homeless man in Portland, Maine, where a program offers jobs with the goal of reducing the number of panhandlers.
67,000 people, has a few hun-
dred homeless, much smaller until November, she said. workers have been reaching out nity have been resistant to it. suffer and go without.
than the other cities. But pan- First and foremost, its to get to the homeless about the pro- Portland officials hope to link Portland attempted four
handlers are a common sight people job training and employ- gram, and will set up signs at in- hundreds of people with jobs, as years ago to ban loitering and
on downtown streets and traf- ment support services so they tersections that its underway. Albuquerque did last year. panhandling. The courts
fic medians around the city. can have good futures and long- Workers will be paid via a debit But for William Conley, 57, deemed the measure unconsti-
The program began May 4 term employment, she said. If card, so they will not need to a veteran who panhandles tutional, and an infringement
and immediately signed up four the result of that is less panhan- cash paychecks, though the pro- near the waterfront, not want- of free speech. Downtown
people, said Jessica Grondin, a dling, thats all for the better. gram hopes to link people with ing to participate is a matter merchants have kept looking
city spokeswoman. The pilot The program will cost the city banks, Grondin said. of pride. Im not cleaning for a solution, and are support-
program is expected to last $42,000 this year. Social services Some in the homeless commu- trash up, he said. Id rather ing the jobs effort.
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NATION & WORLD

ARIZONA, NEEDING TEACHERS, IS LOWERING ITS STANDARDS


The Washington Post people without certification or tice great teachers. erage per-student was $11,787; glas, oppose the law, with Dou-
even any teacher preparation to Thousands of teachers have Vermont had the highest, at glas saying lowering the stan-
New legislation signed into be put to work in the classroom, left Arizona in recent years, in $23,557. dards for new teachers is not the
law in Arizona by Republican in large part to help close persis- part because of low pay, insuffi- Teachers salaries in Arizona way to correct the problem.
Gov. Doug Ducey will allow tent teacher shortages. It plays cient classroom resources, and were also in the bottom 20 per- A retired teacher, Mike Mc-
teachers to be hired who have into a misconception, they say, so many testing requirements cent of states. Clellan, wrote:
no formal training, as long as that anyone can teach if they and teaching guidelines that Arizona had previously al- Lets call it the Warm Body
they have five years of experi- know a particular subject and they feel they have too little au- lowed noncertified teachers to Law. . . . One that allows folks
ence in fields relevant to the that training in curriculum, class- thentic instructional time. be hired in fields such as math without any teaching credentials
subject they are teaching. room management and lesson An analysis by the National Ed- and science; the new law opens to lead our kids . . . as long as
Whats relevant isnt clear. plans are not really necessary. ucation Association found Ari- the door across subject lines. those men and women have at
The Arizona law is part of The legislation was champi- zona near the bottom of a state Teachers unions and the least five years of experience in
what educators see as a disturb- oned by Ducey, who saw it as a list with $7,566 of spending per elected state superintendent of relevant fields. And those
ing trend nationwide to allow positive change that would en- student in 2015-2016. The U.S. av- public instruction, Diane Dou- fields? Any content area.

Sails up
The crew of Zilzal,
a dhow captained
by Sheikh Hamdan
bin Mohammad
bin Rashid
al-Maktoum, sails
toward the finish
line off the coast of
Dubai yesterday to
win the al-Gaffal
traditional
long-distance dhow
sailing race. Sailors
started at the
island of Sir Bu

AFP/GETTY IMAGES / KARIM SAHIB


Nair in the Gulf.
newsday.com

lina Medrano, 46, and Kirk- dations to delay construction VIRGINIA ARKANSAS

IN BRIEF ersville Police Chief Steven Eric


DiSario, 36, were killed in the Fri-
and dismissed allegations that
substandard materials were Statue of Gen. Lee defended Fatal shooting after party
NEWSDAY, MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017

day attack. Suspect Thomas used. His administration over- A group that included white A man was killed and six peo-
Hartless, 43, was found dead in came strikes, worker deaths and nationalist Richard Spencer car- ple were wounded in a shooting;
OHIO the nursing home in Kirkersville, scandals to get the Oroville dam ried torches and chanted you one man has been arrested and a
about 25 miles east of Columbus. built on time in the 1960s, The will not replace us at a Saturday second is sought, police said.
Slain mother mourned Sacramento Bee reports. In Feb- evening protest over Charlottes- Monterio Barnes, 18, was dead at
The family of a mother of five CALIFORNIA ruary, two spillways at the villes plan to remove a statue of the scene yesterday in Jones-
children was in mourning on 770-foot-tall dam ripped away Gen. Robert E. Lee. The protest- boro. Police say a suspect surren-
Mothers Day weekend, after her Dam failure tied to Pat Brown under heavy rain and snowmelt, ers were swiftly condemned by dered and an arrest warrant was
slaying at the nursing home Records reveal the late Gov. threatening towns downstream. the mayor, who said the event ap- issued for a second man. The
where she was a nurses aide. Pat Brown misled voters about The state is rushing hundreds of peared to hearken back to the shooting occurred after a fight
The Columbus Dispatch reports the cost of building the nations millions of dollars in repairs be- days of the KKK, the newspaper broke out during a private party
that Cindy Krantz, 48, nurse Mar- tallest dam, ignored recommen- fore next rainy season. Daily Progress reported. in the basement of a building.
WORLD A37

A sobbing sumo soiree IN BRIEF


ISRAEL
Police to quiz Adelson
American casino mogul Shel-
don Adelson will reportedly give
Israeli police testimony in an inves-
tigation into allegations of wrong-
doing by Prime Minister Benjamin
Netanyahu. Israels Channel 2 re-
ported yesterday that Adelson, a
close confidant of Netanyahu, and
his wife will be questioned during
their visit to Israel next week. It is
alleged that Netanyahu tried to
trade better coverage in a major
Hebrew newspaper in exchange
for reduced circulation of a free
daily paper owned by Adelson.

MEXICO
Bandits set upon journalists
About 100 armed men attacked
a group of journalists and robbed
them of their equipment in the
troubled southern state of Guer-
rero, authorities and media re-

AFP/GETTY IMAGES / TORU YAMANAKA


ports said yesterday. The newspa-
per La Jornada said two of its em-
ployees were among seven journal-
ists accosted Saturday while cover-
ing a security operation in San
Miguel Totolapan. They were trav-
eling in two SUVs when they were
intercepted and relieved of cam-
eras, cellphones, personal effects
and one of the vehicles. The attack-
ers roughed up some of the jour-
Sumo wrestlers hold up crying babies in front of a referee, center, during a Baby-cry Sumo event yesterday at nalists and threatened to burn
them and the SUVs before letting
the Kamegaike-Hachiman Shrine in Sagamihara, Japan. Some 150 babies under 2 years old took part in the them leave in the second vehicle,
annual contest. Some believe sumo wrestlers can help make babies cry out a wish to grow up with good health. La Jornada reported. Mexico is
one of the worlds deadliest coun-
tries for journalists, with at least
40 killed since 1992, the Commit-

Merkel wins on rivals turf


tee to Protect Journalists said.

SYRIA
Rebels cede more of Damascus
State election Martin Schulz, the Social
Democrat seeking to deny
Democrats, said the conser-
vatives general secretary,
Parliament president, was
nominated in January as
Hundreds of rebels and their
families began leaving a northeast-
staggers her foe Merkel a fourth term in the
Sept. 24 national election.
Peter Tauber, calling it a
great day for the party.
Merkels challenger. But de-
feats in two other state elec-
ern neighborhood of Damascus
and heading toward rebel-held
in Sept. vote Projections for ARD and
ZDF public television, based
This is a difficult day for the
Social Democrats, a difficult
tions since then had already
punctured the partys eupho-
areas in the north yesterday, in an-
other step that would eventually

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on partial count, showed day for me personally as well, ria over Schulzs nomination, bring all parts of the capital under
The Associated Press Merkels Christian Democratic Schulz, who wasnt on the bal- and its ratings have sagged. the control of President Bashar
Union beating the Social lot yesterday, told supporters The projected result in yes- Assads forces, state media and op-
BERLIN Chancellor An- Democrats by 33 percent to in Berlin. I come from the terdays election, the last be- position activists said. The evacua-
gela Merkels conservatives around 31 percent. They gave state in which we took a really fore the national vote, undercut tions from Qaboun came a day

NEWSDAY, MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017


won a state election in their the Greens, junior coalition stinging defeat today. the partys previous post- after government forces and their
center-left rivals traditional partners in the outgoing state But he urged the party to con- World War II low in North allies captured most of the area
heartland yesterday, a sting- government, only 6 percent. centrate now on the national Rhine-Westphalia of 32 per- from insurgents who had main-
ing blow to her challenger in Governor Hannelore election. He said that we will cent. In the states last election tained a presence in the northeast-
Septembers national vote. Krafts coalition with the sharpen our profile further in 2012, the Social Democrats ern neighborhood for four years.
The western state of North Greens lost its majority in the we have to as well. beat the CDU by 39.1 percent to Earlier, hundreds of opposition
Rhine-Westphalia, Germanys state legislature. Conservative We will continue fighting; 26.3 percent. fighters were evacuated from the
most populous, has been led challenger Armin Laschet, a the result will come on Sept. National polls show the So- nearby neighborhoods of Barzeh
by the center-left Social deputy leader of Merkels 24, Schulz said. cial Democrats trailing and Tishrin. With the expected
Democrats for all but five party, was set to replace her. The Social Democrats na- Merkels conservatives by up capture of Qaboun, the capital will
years since 1966. The CDU has won the tional ratings soared after to 10 points after drawing be fully clear of rebels for the first
And it is the home state of heartland of the Social Schulz, a former European even earlier this year. time since 2012.
A38
OBITUARIES
WORLD NATION

British historian Hugh Thomas Wilburn Ross,


recipient of the
The Washington Post least at first, when all the par-
ties of the Left seemed to be
Thomas was best known
for a series of books about Medal of Honor
Hugh Thomas, a historian cooperating, as the great mo- the Spanish-speaking world, The Washington Post
who wrote sweeping ac- ment of hope for an entire including a monumental,
counts of rebellion, conquest generation. 1,700-page history of Cuba, Retired Master Sgt. Wilburn
and struggle, particularly In the end, the left-leaning published in 1971. K. Ross, an Army machine-gun-
about parts of the world groups were defeated by the (When Thomas turned to ner who received the Medal of
touched by the Spanish em- nationalist forces of Gen. The History of the World Honor for single-handedly
pire, and who was an adviser Francisco Franco, who went in 1979, he covered the sub- fighting back eight German
to British Prime Minister on to rule Spain as an auto- ject in a mere 700 pages.) counterattacks during a World
Margaret Thatcher during crat for almost 40 years. In the 1990s, he published War II battle in France, died
the Falklands War, died May Thomas book portrayed the a book on the Spanish con- May 9 in Washington state. He
6 in London. vast complexity of the Span- quest of Mexico, followed by was 94.
He was 85, and his family ish Civil War, with its back- his ambitious Spanish Em- His death was announced by
said he had a stroke. ground of feudalism and reli- pire trilogy, the final volume the Congressional Medal of
Thomas wrote two novels gious fervor, but it was also of which, World Without Honor Society. The cause was

AP / FRANCOIS MORI
before gaining acclaim as a seen as the chronicle of a End, appeared in Britain in not disclosed.
historian in 1961 with The noble but failed cause. 2014 and in the United States Sgt. Ross then a private
Spanish Civil War. Memo- For that reason, his book a year later. His overtly popu- served in the Armys storied 3rd
ries were still fresh about the was banned under Francos lar style of writing, filled Infantry Division during World
war, which lasted from 1936 regime until after his death in with vivid characters and ac- War II and saw combat in Mo-
to 1939, and his narrative flair Hugh Thomas was acclaimed 1975. tion, led to sales in the mil- rocco and Italy, where he was
and political analysis gave his for writing on Spains civil war. The Spanish Civil War lions. wounded by shrapnel in 1943. A
book the quality of a mod- was the first of more than a Survivors include his wife of year later, his unit had pushed
ern-day epic. spired democratic left and dozen large-scale historical 55 years, the former Vanessa on to eastern France, where it en-
The Spanish Civil War ex- the military might of a repres- studies by Thomas, including Jebb; and three children. countered elite German alpine
ceeded in ferocity most wars sive fascist-aligned regime. books on European history troops in the Vosges Mountains.
between nations, Thomas Thomas realized that percep- and on the origins of the On Oct. 30, 1944, Ross com-
wrote. It was, for the West- tion was, at best, incomplete. Cold War. pany took heavy casualties from
ern World at least, a most pas- The Spanish War, he His 1997 book The Slave LEGACY German forces, losing 55 of its
sionate war. wrote, appeared as a just Trade was the most compre- Read recent 88 men. About 11:30 a.m., Ross
In popular memory, the war, as civil wars do to intel- hensive account of the Atlantic obituaries, moved to a forward position, 10
war seemed to be a dramatic lectuals, since they lack the slave trade ever written, UCLA in memoriams. yards beyond his companys ri-
enactment of a clear moral apparent vulgarity of national scholar Robert B. Edgerton newsday.com/obituaries flemen, and set up his light ma-
choice between a Marxist-in- conflicts. . . It looked, at wrote in the National Review. chine gun.
He was an open target for Ger-
man marksmen and artillery
fire, yet he held steady for five
NATION hours, carrying on what was vir-
tually a one-man battle.

Steve Palermo, 67, former MLB umpire His position seemed to be on


fire, a U.S. officer who wit-
nessed the battle said afterward,
The Associated Press because of the explosions all
around him.
Former big league umpire Steve Pa- Wave after wave of German
lermo, whose accomplished career soldiers attacked Ross position,
ended when he was shot trying to break yet he managed to repel succes-
up a robbery in 1991, has died. He was 67. sive counterattacks with well-
Major League Baseball announced Pa- aimed machine-gun fire.
lermos death yesterday, but gave no de- At one point, he grabbed a
tails. Palermo, who lived in the Kansas rifle from a wounded soldier
City area, had been in poor health. nearby and aimed it toward ap-
Palermo broke into the majors late in proaching enemy troops. The
the 1976 season and joined the American rifle was struck by a German bul-
newsday.com

League staff the next year. He worked let, rendering the gun useless.
the 1983 World Series, several playoff se- I throwed that thing down,
ries and the All-Star Game. He consis- Ross told the website Military-
tently drew praise from players, man- valoan.com in 2013, and I had
agers and fellow umpires for his work. that machine gun pouring.
NEWSDAY, MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017

GETTY IMAGES / JED JACOBSOHN

In July 1991, Palermo was having a Even when his machine gun
late-night meal with friends in Dallas temporarily ran out of ammuni-
when two waitresses who had just left tion, Ross refused to abandon
were mugged. Palermo and two friends his post.
chased the attackers and were shot, he Ross broke the assault sin-
most seriously, leaving him paralyzed gle-handedly, and forced the
from the waist down. Germans to withdraw, accord-
Palermo eventually was able to walk, ing to his citation for the Medal
with the help of cane, and continued his of Honor, the militarys highest
recovery. He later became an umpire su- Steve Palermo, left, an umpire supervisor for MLB, speaking to St. Louis Cardinals award for valor.
pervisor for MLB. manager Tony La Russa before Game Three of the 2006 World Series in St. Louis. Ross emerged from the battle
unscathed.
In Memoriam
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Everyone Has a Story


M O L L O Y - Shawn Raymond of
Merrick on May 13, 2017 Beloved JIMMY MANZELLA
The simple moments,
son of Deborah and Charles F. Happy Birthday!!
"Bud" Molloy. Dear brother of
Michael Molloy (Kelly), Deborah
Forever loved & never forgotten.
From your adored wife, children,
the milestones, the memories
BECKER - Donald, 87, of Jericho, Anne Molloy & Ryan Molloy. Loving grandchildren & great grandchil
left us on May 11, 2017. Beloved uncle of Kerri-An, Erin Lynn and dren.
husband of 62 years to his wife Brianna. Also survived by his lov-
ing family and his many friends.
A place to share an obituary, search passing
Ann, loving father to his sons
Visiting Tuesday 2-4PM and 7-9PM
Adam (Lainey) and Jed, & adored
grandfather to Miles, Julia & Lucia. at the N.F. Walker Funeral Home Cemetery Plots notices or nd support services.
Donald was co-owner of Arrow Em- 2039 Merrick Avenue Merrick.
Funeral Services W e dn e sd a y at MT ARARAT 4 plots /Sect. 26 Orig.
ployment Agency, Melville, for $28k, Asking $15,000 732-822-2339
over 35 years. He is remembered 10AM. Interment Greenfield Ceme-
as being deeply devoted to his fami- tery. In lieu of flowers, please do-
ly and a proponent of education nate to Kessler Foundation for
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loved spending weekends in their on May 13th, 2017 age 92. Be-
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love you. You were our rock. Rest and Lillian. Brother of Florence,
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to his burial 11:30AM Tuesday, Loved by many and will be missed
May 16, New Montefiore Cemetery. by all who knew him. Mourners are
welcomed to his burial at 1:30 pm
BOWEN - Erna of Port Washing- Monday, May 15th at the New
ton, NY peacefully passed away on Montefiore Cemetery.
May 13, 2017 at the age of 81. Be-
loved wife of Buddy Bowen, loving
mother of Kevin, Stacey, Lisa and
S c o t t . Adored "Nanny" of
The Life
Jacqueline, Matthew, Lacey, Scott,
Jake and Sam. Visitation will be
held Tuesday 2-4 & 7-9 at Weigand
Bros. FH, 49 Hillside Ave.,
We Share
Williston Park. Religious Service
at 10am St. Peters RC Church, Port
Washington. Interment Private. The simple
LAMER - Frances on May 13, moments,
2017. Devoted wife of the late
Morris. Cherished mother of Carol the milestones,
and Robert Bernot and Susan and
Samuel Shein. Adored Grandmoth- the memories
er of Michael and Randye Bernot,
Samara and Adam M e s h e l ,
Meredith Charney and Michael, STEIN - Richard A. (Jr.) on May
Danielle and Jordan Dourmashkin 13, 2017 of New Hyde Park. Be- A place to share an
and Beloved Great Grandmother of loved son to the late Richard and
Matthew, Alexander, Adena, Zoe, Jane. Loving brother to the late obituary, send owers
Tiffany, Chloe, Leah and Isabel. Susan, the late Jamie (Debbie),
Passed away surrounded by her Michael (Mary) and Paul (Dee). and condolences
treasured family on May 13, 2017. Cherished uncle to Craig, Douglas,
Frances will be forever missed by Lee, Kristen, Kelly, Natalie, Sofia, or create a special
all those whose lives she touched Kerianne, Kimberly, Mollie,
for her generous and caring spirt. Montana, and Montgomery. For- online memorial.
Services 11:30AM today at River- mer chief inspector for NYC Fire De-
side Nassau North Chapels, 55 partment. Proud ex-commissioner
North Station Plaza, Great Neck, of the New Hyde Park Fire Depart-
New York ment, former chief of New Hyde
Park Auxiliary Police, and former
fire chief for Fire Island Pines Fire
LORBER - William T. of Lake Grove Department. Member of Elks Club
NY in his 95th year. Beloved hus Lodge 2107. Friends and Family
band of the late Mary. Devoted & may visit Tuesday 2-4:30 and 7-10
loving father of Patricia Lorber and at New Hyde Park Funeral Home
Kathleen Reed (John). Cherished 506 Lakeville Road. Funeral Serv-
grandfather of Patrick and Mary. ices to take place Tuesday evening.
Proud Navy veteran of WWII and Private Cremation. In lieu of flow-
Korea. Retired civilian with the ers, p lease donate to Nassau
Department of Defense Naval County Firefighters Burn Center
Support Activity. Reposing at the Foundation. www.nhpfh.com
St. James Funeral Home, 829 Mid
dle Country Road (Rt. 25), St.
James on Tuesday from 2 4 and
7 9 PM. Funeral Mass at Holy
Cross R.C. Church, Nesconset on
Wednesday 10 AM. Interment to
follow at Long Island National
Cemetery, Farmingdale, NY.
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Marie (Bellport, NY). Visitation 92. Born in Nutley, NJ she was a
Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 PM at M. Lindenhurst resident for over 70
A. Connell Funeral Home 934 New years. Beloved wife of Herbert
York Avenue, Huntington Station. (deceased). Loving mother of
Mass Wednesday 9:45 AM at St. Karen Steinberg (Sid) and Dale
Patricks Church, Huntington. Inter-
ment St. Patricks Cemetery. In
lieu of flowers, please consider a
donation to Daughters of Wisdom,
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A40 SPORTS STATS
BASEBALL HOCKEY
AMERICAN LEAGUE Yankees 11, Astros 6 Astros 10, Yankees 7 Brewers 11, Mets 9 NHL PLAYOFFS
EAST W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away Second Game CONFERENCE FINALS Best-of-7
First Game Mets AB R H BI BB SO Avg
Yankees 22 13 .629 6-4 L-1 13-6 9-7 Houston AB R H BI BB SO Avg
Houston AB R H BI BB SO Avg Reyes ss ............. 5 1 2 0 0 0 .189
Baltimore 22 14 .611 1
/2 6-4 L-4 13-3 9-11 Springer cf.......... 4 3 2 2 1 1 .261 OTTAWA VS. PITTSBURGH
Reddick rf ........... 4 1 1 1 0 1 .297 T.Rivera 3b-lf ..... 5 1 2 1 0 0 .306
Boston 19 18 .514 4 1
/2 4-6 L-1 12-9 7-9 Springer cf.......... 4 1 1 0 0 1 .254 Senators lead series, 1-0
Altuve 2b ........... 5 0 1 0 0 0 .286 Reed p ............... 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
Tampa Bay 19 21 1
.475 5 /2 2 4-6 W-1 12-10 7-11 Reddick rf .......... 4 1 2 0 1 0 .298 Gonzalez pr-2b ... 0 1 0 0 0 0 .272 Conforto lf-rf ...... 4 4 3 3 1 0 .343 Last Night: Ottawa 2, Pittsburgh 1, OT

Toronto 17 21 .447 61/2 3 8-2 W-5 10-9 7-12 Altuve dh ........... 4 2 0 0 1 1 .289 Correa ss ........... 3 2 2 1 1 0 .294 Walker 2b........... 5 1 3 3 0 0 .255
Beltran dh ......... 5 1 2 1 0 1 .254 Tonight: at Pittsburgh, 8 p.m.
Correa ss ........... 4 1 1 1 1 1 .286 Duda 1b .............. 5 0 1 0 0 0 .231
CENTRAL W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away Gattis c............... 5 1 2 2 0 0 .288 McCann c............ 4 0 0 0 0 2 .270 Wednesday: at Ottawa, 8 p.m.
Gurriel 1b .......... 3 1 1 0 0 0 .286 Granderson rf ..... 3 0 0 0 1 1 .144
Minnesota 19 15 .559 6-4 L-1 8-10 11-5 Gonzalez 2b........ 3 0 1 2 1 1 .272 Salas p .............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Friday: at Ottawa, 8 p.m.
Cleveland 19 17 .528 1 5-5 W-1 7-8 12-9 Bregman 3b........ 4 1 1 4 0 2 .258
Gurriel 1b .......... 3 0 2 1 0 0 .284 Marisnick lf ....... 4 0 0 0 0 2 .238 Edgin p .............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- x-Sunday: at Pittsburg9h, 3 p.m.
Detroit 18 18 .500 2 1 4-6 L-1 9-7 9-11 Bregman 3b........ 4 0 0 0 0 1 .258 Totals ................ 36 10 10 9 2 9 Reynolds lf ......... 1 0 0 0 0 1 .100 x-Tuesday, May 23: at Ottawa, 8 p.m.
Chicago 17 18 .486 21/2 11/2 3-7 W-2 8-8 9-10 Aoki lf ................ 3 0 0 0 1 2 .272 Yankees AB R H BI BB SO Avg R.Rivera c ........... 4 0 1 2 0 0 .323 x-Thursday, May 25: at Pittsburgh, 8 p.m.
Kansas City 16 21 .432 41/2 31/2 7-3 W-4 11-9 5-12 Totals ................ 34 6 9 6 5 7 Gardner lf ........... 4 1 3 1 0 1 .289 Lagares cf .......... 4 1 1 0 0 0 .214
WEST W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away Sanchez c .......... 4 2 2 0 1 2 .260 deGrom p .......... 3 1 2 0 0 0 .333 NASHVILLE VS. ANAHEIM
Yankees AB R H BI BB SO Avg Holliday dh ........ 5 1 1 3 0 3 .279 Blevins p ........... 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
Houston 26 12 .684 7-3 W-1 14-6 12-6 Castro 2b............ 5 1 1 1 0 2 .338 Series tied, 1-1
Gardner lf .......... 5 3 3 1 0 0 .274 Flores 3b ........... 1 0 0 0 0 0 .242
Texas 19 20 .487 71/2 11/2 7-3 W-6 13-8 6-12 Judge rf.............. 3 0 1 0 2 2 .316 Friday: Nashville 3, Anaheim 2, OT
Ellsbury cf ......... 5 1 1 0 0 0 .275 Gregorius ss ....... 4 0 0 0 1 2 .297 Totals ................. 40 9 15 9 2 2
Los Angeles 19 21 .475 8 2 4-6 W-1 12-8 7-13 Last Night: Anaheim 5, Nashville 3
Holliday dh ........ 4 2 1 2 1 1 .283 Hicks cf .............. 4 0 1 0 1 1 .317 Milwaukee AB R H BI BB SO Avg
Seattle 17 21 .447 9 3 5-5 L-4 10-5 7-16 Carter 1b ........... 2 1 0 0 1 2 .200 Tomorrow: at Nashville, 8 p.m.
Castro 2b............ 5 2 2 3 0 2 .343 Villar 2b.............. 4 2 2 2 1 1 .222
Oakland 16 21 .432 91/2 31/2 5-5 L-3 11-8 5-13 Headley ph-1b .... 1 0 0 0 0 0 .260 Thursday: at Nashville, 8 p.m.
Judge rf ............. 3 2 1 1 1 2 .316 Torreyes 3b ....... 4 1 1 0 0 1 .295 Thames 1b-lf...... 3 3 1 0 1 2 .315
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Gregorius ss ...... 4 0 1 0 0 1 .317 Totals ................ 36 7 10 5 6 16 Perez rf-lf-3b ..... 4 1 2 2 1 0 .286 x-Saturday: at Anaheim, 7:15 p.m.
EAST W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away Headley 3b ........ 4 1 1 3 0 1 .262 Houston .................620 100 001 - 10 10 1 Shaw 3b ............ 3 0 1 1 0 0 .283 x-Monday, May 22: at Nashville, 8 p.m.
Washington 24 13 .649 6-4 W-1 12-7 12-6 Carter 1b ........... 3 0 1 1 1 2 .206 Yankees ...................000 040 003 - 7 10 1 Aguilar 1b .......... 2 0 1 1 0 1 .273
E: Marisnick (1), Sanchez (2). LOB: Houston 4, x-Wednesday, May 24: at Anaheim, 9 p.m.
Mets 16 20 .444 71/2 4 5-5 L-4 8-12 8-8 Romine c ........... 4 0 0 0 0 2 .261 Yankees 9. 2B: Beltran (9), Gardner (7), Sanchez Pina c ................. 5 2 2 3 0 1 .319
Franklin lf ........... 2 0 0 0 0 0 .196 x-if necessary
Philadelphia 14 21 .400 9 51/2 2-8 L-1 8-8 6-13 Totals ................ 37 11 11 11 3 11 (1). HR: Springer (8), off Tanaka; Reddick (5), off
Miami 14 22 1
.389 9 /2 6 2-8 W-1 6-11 8-11 Houston ..................003 000 300 - 6 9 3 Tanaka; Bregman (1), off Tanaka; Springer (9), Marinez p ........... 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Atlanta 13 21 1
.382 9 /2 6 3-7 L-1 5-8 8-13 off Tanaka; Holliday (7), off Morton. RBIs: Bandy ph ............ 1 0 0 0 0 1 .284 Ducks 5, Predators 3
Yankees ..................100 300 61x - 11 11 1 Springer 2 (22), Reddick (17), Correa (22), Bel- Feliz p................. 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Nashville ...........................2 1 0 3
CENTRAL W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away E: Correa (3), Gurriel 2 (3), Castro (4). LOB: tran (12), Bregman 4 (12), Gardner (14), Holli- Sogard ph ........... 1 0 0 0 0 0 .500
St. Louis 21 15 .583 8-2 W-2 11-9 10-6 Houston 8, Yankees 5. 2B: Gardner (6), Ellsbury day 3 (24), Castro (25). SF: Correa. RLISP: Hous- Anaheim ............................1 3 1 5
ton 3 (Beltran 2, McCann); Yankees 4 (Holliday Knebel p ............ 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
Milwaukee 21 17 .553 1 7-3 W-3 12-11 9-6 (3), Castro (7), Gregorius (3), Carter (2). 3B: 2, Hicks, Headley). RISP: Houston 1 for 6; Yan- Broxton cf ......... 4 1 1 2 0 2 .270 SCORING
Cincinnati 19 18 .514 21/2 11/2 6-4 L-3 12-10 7-8 Headley (1). HR: Castro (7), off Fiers; Judge kees 5 for 11. RMU: Altuve, Torreyes, Gregorius. Arcia ss ............. 3 1 1 0 1 1 .222 1st period: 1, Nashville, Johansen 4 (Josi,
Chicago 18 19 1 1
.486 3 /2 2 /2 3-7 L-2 7-9 11-10 (14), off Fiers; Gardner (7), off Sipp. RBIs: Cor- GIDP: Gregorius. DP: Houston 1 (Bregman, Cor- Peralta p............. 1 0 0 0 0 1 .250
rea (21), Gattis 2 (18), Gonzalez 2 (23), Gurriel rea, Gurriel). Santana rf .......... 3 1 2 0 0 0 .265 Arvidsson), 4:18. 2, Nashville, Neal 5
Pittsburgh 16 22 .421 6 5 4-6 W-2 8-7 8-15
(10), Gardner (13), Holliday 2 (21), Castro 3 Houston IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Totals ................. 37 11 13 11 4 10 (Ekholm, Johansen), 8:32 (pp). 3, Anaheim,
WEST W L Pct GB WC L10 Str Home Away Morton, W, 5-2 . 52/3 4 4 4 4 10 102 3.97 Mets........................100 240 110 - 9 15 0 Vatanen 1 (Kesler, Getzlaf), 19:00 (pp).
(24), Judge (29), Headley 3 (15), Carter (8). SF:
Colorado 24 15 .615 6-4 W-1 13-10 11-5 Feliz................... 11/3 1 0 0 0 4 23 1.84 Milwaukee ..............100 002 35x - 11 13 1 2nd period: 4, Anaheim, Silfverberg 9
Gurriel. RLISP: Houston 3 (Gattis, Bregman,
Los Angeles 22 16 .579 11/2 7-3 L-1 13-6 9-10 Peacock ............ 1 1 0 0 1 0 25 1.26 E: Thames (2). LOB: Mets 6, Milwaukee 7.
1 Aoki); Yankees 4 (Carter 3, Romine). RISP: (Rakell, Fowler), 0:39. 5, Nashville, Forsberg
Arizona 21 18 .538 3 /2 4-6 L-2 15-8 6-10 Diaz .................. 2/3 3 3 2 0 2 2727.00 2B: Conforto (6), Walker 2 (10), deGrom (1),
1 Houston 5 for 13; Yankees 5 for 12. RMU: Breg- Giles ................. 1/3 1 0 0 1 0 11 4.11 5 (Arvidsson), 7:59. 6, Anaheim, Kase 1
San Francisco 15 24 .385 9 6 /2 4-6 W-3 9-9 6-15 Perez (8), Pina (7), Aguilar (5). 3B: T.Rivera
man, Correa, Ellsbury, Holliday. GIDP: Bregman (Theodore, Manson), 10:41. 7, Anaheim,
San Diego 14 25 .359 10 71/2 2-8 L-2 7-9 7-16 Yankees IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA (1), Conforto (1). HR: Conforto (9), off Per-
2. DP: Yankees 2 (Headley, Castro, Carter),
Tanaka, L, 5-2 .... 12/3 7 8 8 1 3 61 5.80 alta; Broxton (4), off deGrom; Villar (5), off Ritchie 3 (Montour, Getzlaf), 17:07.
(Headley, Castro, Carter). Gallegos ........... 3 1 1 0 1 3 44 0.00 Blevins; Pina (2), off Reed. RBIs: T.Rivera 3rd period: 8, Anaheim, Vermette 1 (Getzlaf,
Houston IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Shreve .............. 21/3 0 0 0 0 1 31 0.00 (9), Conforto 3 (24), Walker 3 (22), R.Rivera
Layne................. 12/3 0 0 0 0 2 19 6.75 2 (10), Villar 2 (21), Perez 2 (18), Shaw (31), Fowler), 19:16.
MAJOR LEAGUE SCHEDULE Fiers .................. 52/3 4 4 4 2 7 95 5.75 Betances .......... 1/3 2 1 0 0 0 14 0.75 Pina 3 (10), Broxton 2 (12), Aguilar (10). CS:
1
Feliz .................. /3 0 0 0 0 1 4 2.02 PENALTIES
I-S: Feliz 1-0, Giles 1-1, Gallegos 1-0, Shreve R.Rivera (1). RLISP: Mets 2 (T.Rivera, Con-
AMERICAN LEAGUE Miami 3 ........................................Atlanta 1 Harris, L, 1-1 .... 1/3 3 3 3 0 0 19 2.70 1-0. HBP: Tanaka (Gurriel), Morton (Gardner). 1st period: Ritchie, ANA, (interference),
Philadelphia 4 .........................Washington 3 forto); Milwaukee 5 (Perez 2, Pina, Broxton
Yesterday Devenski............ 1/3 3 3 3 1 1 17 3.09 WP: Diaz. PB-Sanchez (3). T: 3:49. A: 47,883. 2). RISP: Mets 7 for 12; Milwaukee 4 for 13. 6:32; Perry, ANA, (tripping), 10:31; Irwin,
Yankees 11 .................................Houston 6 St. Louis 5 .....................Chicago Cubs 0
Colorado 9 .......................L.A. Dodgers 6 Sipp .................. 11/3 1 1 1 0 2 23 4.50 RMU: Shaw, Marinez. GIDP: Duda, Grander- NSH, (tripping), 18:28.
Houston 10 ................................Yankees 7 Nationals 6, Phillies 5 son. DP: Milwaukee 2 (Thames, Arcia),
Toronto 3 ......................................Seattle 2 San Francisco 8 ...................Cincinnati 3 Yankees IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Second Game 2nd period: Johansen, NSH, (high sticking),
Pittsburgh 6 ........10 inn .........Arizona 4 (Perez, Arcia, Aguilar).
Cleveland 8 ..............................Minnesota 3 Severino ........... 21/3 6 3 3 3 2 77 3.86 Philadelphia AB R H BI BB SO Avg 17:39.
Tampa Bay 11 ................................Boston 2 Washington 6...................Philadelphia 5 Green................. 3 /3 1 0 0 1 3 48 0.00
2
Hernandez 2b ..... 5 0 0 0 0 1 .311 Mets IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA 3rd period: Kesler, ANA, (tripping), 0:55.
Kansas City 9 ............................Baltimore 8 Saturday Warren, W, 1-0 . 2 2 3 2 1 1 45 1.29 Herrera cf .......... 5 0 1 0 0 2 .255 deGrom ............ 6 8 4 4 1 7 107 4.07
Texas 6 ........................................Oakland 4 Milwaukee 11 ............................Mets 4 Altherr lf ........... 4 1 0 0 0 2 .333 Blevins ............. 0 1 2 2 1 0 9 2.19 Shots on goal: Nashville 10-11-1233. Ana-
Holder ............... 1 0 0 0 0 1 11 1.72
L.A. Angels 4 .................................Detroit 1 San Francisco 3 ...................Cincinnati 1 Saunders rf ....... 3 3 2 0 1 0 .246 Salas ................ 11/3 2 2 2 2 2 38 6.11 heim 5-11-1127. Power plays: Nashville 0
St. Louis 5 .....................Chicago Cubs 3 I-S: Feliz 2-0, Devenski 2-2, Sipp 1-0, Green Blanco 3b ........... 4 0 1 1 0 1 .231
Saturday Edgin ................ 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 3.07 of 3; Anaheim 1 of 2. Goalies: Nashville,
Boston 6 .................................Tampa Bay 3 Washington 6...................Philadelphia 4 3-0. HBP: Severino (Springer). WP: Fiers. T: Stassi 1b ........... 3 0 2 1 0 0 .229
3:20. A: 41,150. Joseph ph-1b...... 0 1 0 0 1 0 .255 Reed, L, 0-2 ....... 2/3 2 2 2 0 1 22 3.86 Rinne 9-3 (26 shots-22 saves). Anaheim, Gib-
Toronto 7 ......................................Seattle 2 Atlanta 3 ..................................Miami 1 Galvis ss............. 4 0 2 2 0 1 .248
Minnesota 4 ..............................Cleveland 1 L.A. Dodgers 4 .......................Colorado 0 Milwaukee IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA son 8-4 (33-30). A: 17,174.
Kansas City 4 ............................Baltimore 3
Blue Jays 3, Mariners 2 Knapp c ............. 4 0 1 1 0 3 .278
Pittsburgh 4 ...........................Arizona 3 Velasquez p ........ 2 0 0 0 0 0 .214 Peralta............... 41/3 7 7 6 1 1 92 6.08
Texas 6 ........................................Oakland 5 INTERLEAGUE Seattle AB R H BI BB SO Avg Nava ph ............. 1 0 1 0 0 0 .288 Marinez ............. 22/3 6 1 1 1 0 40 5.40 Senators 2, Penguins 1
Detroit 4 ................................L.A. Angels 3 Garcia p ............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
Yesterday Segura ss ........... 4 0 2 0 0 1 .371 Ramos p ............ 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Feliz, W, 1-4 ...... 1 2 1 1 0 0 18 6.35 Saturday Night
NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago White Sox 9 ...........San Diego 3 Gamel rf ............ 4 0 0 0 0 3 .318 Kelly ph ............. 1 0 0 0 0 0 .333 Knebel, S, 1 ....... 1 0 0 0 0 1 13 0.95 Ottawa .......................1 0 0 1 2
Yesterday Saturday Cruz dh .............. 2 0 0 0 2 0 .318 Neshek p ........... 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- deGrom pitched to 1 batter in the 7th. Pittsburgh ..................0 0 1 0 1
Milwaukee 11 .................................Mets 9 Chicago White Sox 5 ...........San Diego 4 Seager 3b .......... 4 0 1 0 0 1 .254 Totals ................ 36 5 10 5 2 10 Blevins pitched to 2 batters in the 7th. Edgin
Valencia 1b ......... 4 0 1 0 0 1 .246 Washington AB R H BI BB SO Avg pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. I-S: Blevins SCORING
Motter 2b ........... 3 0 0 0 1 2 .232 T.Turner ss.......... 3 1 0 1 0 1 .248 1-1, Salas 1-1, Edgin 2-0, Reed 3-3, Marinez 1st period: 1, Ottawa, Pageau 8 (Ryan),
TODAYS PITCHING COMPARISONS Heredia lf ........... 4 0 0 0 0 0 .305
Heisey lf ............. 4 1 1 0 0 2 .140 2-2. HBP: Edgin (Thames). T: 3:33. A: 30,623. 14:32.
Harper rf ........... 4 0 3 2 0 0 .384 I-S: E.Ramirez 2-0, Stanek 1-0, Colome 2-0,
NATIONAL LEAGUE W-L ERA TEAM OPP Dyson cf ............ 4 1 1 1 0 0 .220 Zimmerman 1b . 2 0 0 0 2 0 .385 2nd period: None.
Murphy 2b.......... 3 0 0 0 1 1 .317 Barnes 1-0, Ross Jr. 2-0, Hembree 2-2. HBP:
9:40 p.m. Mets: Wheeler (R) 2-2 4.18 3-3 0-0 Ruiz c ................. 3 1 1 0 0 0 .135 Ross Jr. (Beckham). WP: Ross Jr. T: 4:32. A: 3rd period: 2, Pittsburgh, Malkin 6 (Kunitz,
Rendon 3b ......... 3 2 1 0 1 0 .280
Arizona: Godley (R) 1-0 2.25 1-1 1-0 Totals ................ 32 2 6 1 3 8 Taylor cf ............ 4 1 1 2 0 3 .267 35,080. Hainsey), 14:25.
Toronto AB R H BI BB SO Avg Lobaton c ........... 4 1 1 0 0 1 .111 Overtime: 3, Ottawa, Ryan 5 (Pageau,
10:10 p.m. Milwaukee: Anderson (R) 2-0 2.97 4-3 0-0 Scherzer p ......... 2 0 0 0 0 0 .188
San Diego: Perdomo (R) 0-0 4.13 1-4 0-1 Pillar cf .............. 4 1 1 1 1 1 .314 Goodwin ph ........ 1 0 1 1 0 0 .222 ATLANTIC LEAGUE Stone), 4:59.
Barney 3b .......... 4 0 0 0 0 2 .288 Grace p .............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Freedom Division
10:15 p.m. Los Angeles: McCarthy (R) 3-0 3.10 4-1 0-1 J.Turner p .......... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 PENALTIES
Bautista rf.......... 2 1 0 0 2 1 .182 W L Pct. GB
San Francisco: Cain (R) 2-1 4.54 4-3 0-0 Morales dh ........ 4 0 1 0 0 1 .244
Lind ph .............. 1 0 0 0 0 1 .333 1st period: Macarthur, OTT, (hooking), 3:43;
Albers p.............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Sugar Land ....................14 10 .583
AMERICAN LEAGUE W-L ERA TEAM OPP Coghlan pr-dh..... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .196 Totals ................ 31 6 8 6 4 9 Ottawa bench, served by Stone (too many
Lancaster ......................13 11 .542 1
6:10 p.m. Tampa Bay: Archer (R) 3-1 3.04 5-3 0-2 Smoak 1b .......... 3 1 2 2 1 0 .274 Philadelphia.............000 201 020 - 5 10 1 Southern Maryland........12 12 .500 2 men on the ice), 4:58; Smith, OTT, (delay of
Cleveland: Carrasco (R) 4-2 1.86 5-2 1-0 Pearce lf ............ 1 0 1 0 0 0 .205 Washington ............001 021 02x - 6 8 0
E: Hernandez (3). LOB: Philadelphia 7, Wash- York ................................9 14 .391 41/2 game), 16:12; Claesson, OTT, (high sticking),
10:07 p.m. Chicago: Pelfrey (R) 0-3 5.21 1-3 0-0 Carrera pr-lf........ 2 0 0 0 1 2 .327 ington 6. 2B: Saunders (6), Harper (10), Loba- Liberty Division 19:25.
Los Angeles: Chavez (R) 2-5 4.50 2-5 0-1 Travis 2b............. 4 0 2 0 0 1 .178 ton (1), Goodwin (1). 3B: Galvis (3). HR: Tay- W L Pct. GB
lor (2), off Neshek. RBIs: Blanco (3), Stassi 2nd period: Malkin, PIT, (holding), 0:49;
Goins ss ............. 3 0 0 0 0 1 .230 Somerset ......................16 8 .667
10:10 p.m. Oakland: Graveman (R) 2-2 3.67 3-3 0-3 (6), Galvis 2 (23), Knapp (3), T.Turner (18), Stone, OTT, (interference), 7:33.
Maile c ............... 4 0 0 0 0 1 .032 Harper 2 (34), Taylor 2 (9), Goodwin (1). SB: Bridgeport .....................13 11 .542 3
Seattle: Gallardo (R) 1-3 4.58 2-5 0-1 3rd period: Ruhwedel, PIT, (hooking), 1:22.
Totals ................ 31 3 7 3 5 10 Herrera (4), Rendon (2). SF: T.Turner. RLISP: Ducks ............................10 14 .417 6
INTERLEAGUE W-L ERA TEAM OPP Seattle ....................000 010 100 - 2 6 0 Philadelphia 3 (Saunders, Velasquez, Kelly); New Britain .....................8 15 .348 71/2 Overtime: None.
7:07 p.m. Atlanta: Colon (R) 1-4 7.22 3-4 0-0 Toronto....................000 002 001 - 3 7 1 Washington 4 (T.Turner, Murphy, Rendon 2). Yesterday
RISP: Philadelphia 5 for 12; Washington 2 Shots on goal: Ottawa 6-12-14-335. Pitts-
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Toronto: Bolsinger (R) 0-1 3.18 0-1 0-0 Two outs when winning run scored. for 8. RMU: Blanco 2, Scherzer. Ducks 3 .................................New Britain 1 burgh 8-11-7-228. Power plays: Ottawa 0
7:10 p.m. Houston: Musgrove (R) 2-3 5.02 3-4 0-0 E: Bautista (2). LOB: Seattle 6, Toronto 8. 2B: New Britain 2 .................................Ducks 1
Philadelphia IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA York 3 ........................................Bridgeport 1 of 2; Pittsburgh 0 of 5. Goalies: Ottawa, An-
Miami: Straily (R) 1-3 4.03 3-4 0-0 Segura (8), Pearce (2), Travis 2 (10). HR: Dyson Velasquez.......... 5 5 3 2 3 5 100 5.63 Southern Maryland 7..................Somerset 3 derson 9-4 (28 shots-27 saves). Pittsburgh,
(1), off Leone; Smoak (7), off Pazos; Pillar (5), Garcia ............... 2/3 1 1 1 1 1 18 1.42
W-L and ERA: Current statistics. TEAM: Teams record in games started by todays off Diaz. RBIs: Dyson (10), Pillar (11), Smoak 2 Ramos .............. 11/3 0 0 0 0 1 19 4.32 Sugar Land 10 ............................Lancaster 4 Fleury 8-5 (35-33). A: 18,614.
pitcher. OPP: Pitchers record versus this opponent last season. Neshek, L, 0-1 .. 1 2 2 2 0 2 20 1.32 Somerset 13 ...............Southern Maryland 5
(23). CS: Segura (3). S: Goins. RLISP: Seattle 3 Today NHL CALENDAR
(Cruz, Heredia, Dyson); Toronto 5 (Barney, Washington IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA No games scheduled May 28-June 3 Draft combine, Buffalo,
NEWSDAY, MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017

Travis, Goins 3). RISP: Seattle 0 for 6; Toronto Scherzer ........... 6 9 3 3 0 8 105 2.80 Tomorrow
Grace, H, 2......... 11/3 0 1 1 1 0 15 6.23 N.Y.
0 for 7. RMU: Heredia. York at Ducks, 6:35 p.m.
MLB CALENDAR J.Turner, W, 2-1. 2/3 1 1 1 1 1 19 3.31 June 14 Last possible day for Stanley Cup
Seattle IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Albers, S, 2-3 ... 1 0 0 0 0 1 10 0.61 Bridgeport at New Britain, 10:35 a.m.
May 16-18 Owners meetings, New York. Bridgeport at New Britain, 12:35 p.m. finals
June 12 Amateur draft starts, Secaucus, N.J. Miranda ............ 5 3 1 1 3 8 100 4.79 I-S: Ramos 1-0, J.Turner 1-1. HBP: Scherzer
June 23-24 NHL draft, Chicago
(Altherr). WP: Velasquez 2. T: 3:34. A: Lancaster at Southern Maryland, 6:35 p.m.
July 11 All-Star Game, Miami. Pazos ................ 1 2 1 1 1 1 26 2.65
30,137. Sugar Land at Somerset, 7:05 p.m. July 1 Free agency begins.
July 7 Last day to sign for amateur draft picks subject to deadline. Vincent ............. 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 2.89
Rzepczynski....... 2
/3 1 0 0 1 1 21 0.00
July 30 Hall of Fame inductions, Cooperstown, N.Y.
Zych .................. 1
/3 0 0 0 0 0 3 2.61
July 31 Last day to trade a player without securing waivers.
4.20 Ducks 3, New Britain 1; New Britain 2,
2
Diaz, L, 1-2 ....... /3 1 1 1 0 0 8
Sept. 1 Active rosters expand to 40 players.

DUCKS
IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
November TBA Deadline for teams to make qualifying offers to their eligible former Toronto
Sanchez............. 5 5 1 0 2 4 78 2.95
Ducks 1: Marc Krauss hit an RBI single in
players who became free agents, fifth day after World Series.
Leone ................ 12/3 1 1 1 1 2 27 4.50 the sixth inning to give the Ducks a 2-1 lead
WATCH
November TBA Deadline for free agents to accept qualifying offers, 15th day after
World Series. Tepera, W, 3-1 ... 21/3 0 0 0 0 2 23 3.52 in the first game of a doubleheader. Delta
Miranda pitched to 1 batter in the 6th.
Dec. 10-14 Winter meetings, Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
I-S: Pazos 1-1, Zych 2-0. T: 3:17. A: 42,030.
Cleary Jr. went 2-for-3 in the second game.
SPORTS STATS A41
BASEBALL
White Sox 9, Padres 3 Angels 4, Tigers 1 Giants 8, Reds 3 Rockies 9, Dodgers 6 Cardinals 5, Cubs 0 Rays 11, Red Sox 2
San Diego AB R H BI BB SO Avg Detroit AB R H BI BB SO Avg Cincinnati AB R H BI BB SO Avg Los Angeles AB R H BI BB SO Avg Chicago AB R H BI BB SO Avg Tampa Bay AB R H BI BB SO Avg
Margot cf ........... 3 0 2 0 1 1 .285 Kinsler 2b .......... 4 1 1 0 0 0 .223 Hamilton cf ....... 4 0 2 0 0 1 .253 Pederson cf ....... 3 1 0 0 1 0 .225 Schwarber lf ...... 3 0 0 0 1 1 .179 Souza Jr. rf ........ 5 2 1 3 1 1 .266
Castellanos 3b.... 4 0 1 1 0 1 .234 Gennett 2b ........ 4 0 1 2 0 2 .296 Gutierrez ph ...... 1 0 0 0 0 0 .292 Dickerson lf ........ 6 2 4 0 0 2 .340
Szczur lf ............. 4 0 0 0 0 1 .250 Cabrera 1b ......... 4 0 0 0 0 3 .238 Hatcher p .......... 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Happ rf-cf........... 4 0 2 0 0 0 .429
Votto 1b ............ 4 0 2 0 0 0 .291 Longoria 3b ....... 4 1 2 2 1 0 .242
Myers 1b ............ 3 0 0 0 1 1 .293 V.Martinez dh..... 4 0 1 0 0 1 .270 Seager ss .......... 4 2 1 2 1 1 .283 Rizzo 1b ............ 2 0 0 0 2 1 .213 Robertson 3b ..... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .170
Solarte 2b........... 3 1 0 0 1 1 .237 Duvall lf.............. 4 0 1 0 0 2 .263 Turner 3b............ 5 0 2 1 0 0 .359
Upton lf ............. 3 0 0 0 0 1 .259 Suarez 3b .......... 4 0 1 0 0 1 .295 Russell ss ........... 4 0 1 0 0 1 .226 Morrison 1b ....... 5 0 1 0 0 2 .242
Hedges dh .......... 4 1 2 0 0 0 .209 J.Martinez rf ..... 2 0 0 0 1 0 .444 Bellinger lf.......... 4 0 2 1 1 2 .319 Weeks Jr. dh ..... 5 1 2 1 0 2 .213
Schebler rf.......... 4 0 0 0 0 1 .252 Grandal c ........... 4 0 3 1 1 0 .292 Montero c........... 3 0 0 0 0 1 .327
Renfroe rf .......... 2 1 1 3 2 0 .209 McCann c............ 3 0 0 0 0 2 .179 Miller 2b............. 4 1 0 0 1 3 .188
Romine cf .......... 2 0 0 0 0 1 .230 Peraza ss ........... 4 1 2 0 0 1 .243 Taylor 2b ........... 5 0 1 0 0 2 .297 Contreras ph ...... 1 0 0 0 0 1 .226
Spangenberg 3b 4 0 0 0 0 1 .246 Mesoraco c ........ 2 1 1 0 0 0 .273 Utley 1b.............. 5 0 1 0 0 2 .194 Beckham ss ........ 3 1 2 1 1 0 .267
Machado ss ....... 2 0 1 0 1 0 .222 La Stella 3b-2b ... 3 0 1 0 1 0 .286 Kiermaier cf ...... 4 2 2 1 0 1 .226
Sardinas ss......... 4 0 0 0 0 1 .178 Totals ................ 28 1 4 1 2 9 Brice p ............... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Puig rf ............... 5 2 2 1 0 1 .250 Baez 2b-rf ......... 3 0 0 0 0 0 .236
Torrens c ............ 3 0 0 0 0 1 .095 Urias p................ 2 0 0 0 0 2 .167 Sucre c .............. 3 1 2 3 1 0 .263
Los Angeles AB R H BI BB SO Avg Kivlehan ph ....... 1 0 0 0 0 0 .270 Arrieta p............. 2 0 0 0 0 2 .167 Totals ................. 39 11 16 11 5 11
Totals ................ 30 3 5 3 5 7 Wood p............... 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Romo p............... 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
Revere lf............. 4 1 1 0 0 1 .228 Van Slyke ph ..... 0 0 0 0 1 0 .139 Candelario ph-3b 1 0 0 0 0 0 .059 Boston AB R H BI BB SO Avg
Chicago AB R H BI BB SO Avg Simmons ss ....... 4 0 1 1 0 0 .232 Iglesias p ........... 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 Avilan p ............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Turner ph............ 1 0 0 0 0 0 .160 Almora cf .......... 3 0 0 0 0 0 .262 Betts rf ............. 4 1 0 0 1 1 .296
L.Garcia cf .......... 5 2 2 2 0 0 .307 Trout dh ............. 1 1 1 2 1 0 .352 Stripling p ......... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Pedroia 2b .......... 4 0 1 1 1 1 .286
Valbuena 3b ....... 3 0 0 0 1 1 .265 Adleman p .......... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .125 Hernandez ph-cf 0 1 0 0 1 0 .238 Duensing p ......... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Sanchez 2b ........ 4 1 3 1 1 0 .324 Astin p ............... 1 0 0 0 0 1 .000 Totals ................ 38 6 12 6 6 10 Totals ................. 29 0 4 0 4 7 Bogaerts ss ........ 3 0 1 1 1 1 .339
Calhoun rf .......... 4 0 0 0 0 3 .225 Benintendi lf ...... 4 0 0 0 0 0 .294
Abreu dh-1b ....... 2 1 0 0 2 1 .264 Cron 1b .............. 4 0 0 0 0 2 .219 Barnhart ph-c ..... 2 1 1 1 0 0 .268 Colorado AB R H BI BB SO Avg St. Louis AB R H BI BB SO Avg H.Ramirez dh ..... 4 0 1 0 0 1 .257
A.Garcia rf ......... 4 1 1 0 0 0 .344 Maybin cf ........... 1 0 0 0 3 1 .185 Totals ................ 35 3 11 3 0 9 Blackmon cf ...... 3 2 3 0 0 0 .310
Espinosa 2b ....... 3 1 1 1 1 1 .147 Wong 2b............. 4 1 1 0 0 1 .259 Moreland 1b ....... 2 0 0 0 1 1 .254
Frazier 3b ........... 4 1 0 1 1 0 .181 San Francisco AB R H BI BB SO Avg LeMahieu 2b ..... 4 1 3 0 0 0 .295 Young ph ............ 1 0 0 0 0 0 .250
Davidson 1b ....... 3 0 1 0 0 2 .231 Graterol c ........... 3 1 1 0 0 0 .263 Arenado 3b......... 4 2 2 3 0 1 .299 Pham lf ............. 4 0 1 0 0 2 .371
Totals ................ 27 4 5 4 6 9 Span cf .............. 5 2 1 0 0 1 .268 Rutledge 1b ....... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .281
Cabrera ph ......... 1 1 1 2 0 0 .234 Panik 2b ............. 4 1 2 2 0 0 .278 Reynolds 1b ....... 4 0 1 2 0 1 .326 Carpenter 1b ..... 3 1 1 2 1 0 .252 Vazquez c ........... 4 0 2 0 0 1 .364
Detroit ....................100 000 000 - 1 4 0 Desmond lf......... 4 0 1 0 0 1 .304 Gyorko 3b ........... 4 1 1 0 0 0 .333
Holmberg p ........ 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Los Angeles.............100 100 20x - 4 5 0 Belt 1b ............... 4 2 1 1 1 1 .221 Bradley Jr. cf ...... 4 0 0 0 0 2 .182
Gonzalez rf ......... 3 2 1 0 1 0 .213 Molina c ............ 4 2 2 3 0 2 .270 Marrero 3b ......... 4 1 1 0 0 2 .188
Saladino ss ........ 4 0 0 1 0 1 .206 LOB: Detroit 3, Los Angeles 7. 2B: Kinsler Posey c .............. 2 2 2 1 1 0 .370 Valaika ss ........... 4 2 2 4 0 0 .268
Narvaez c ........... 2 1 0 0 2 0 .228 (4), V.Martinez (7). HR: Trout (11), off Ver- Crawford ss ........ 3 1 1 2 1 0 .250 Garneau c .......... 3 0 0 0 1 1 .206 Diaz ss................ 4 0 2 0 0 0 .262 Totals ................. 34 2 6 2 4 10
Garcia lf ............. 3 1 1 1 1 0 .261 lander; Espinosa (4), off Verlander. RBIs: Arroyo 3b .......... 3 0 0 0 1 0 .224 Senzatela p ....... 2 0 0 0 0 1 .125 Grichuk rf .......... 4 0 3 0 0 0 .246 Tampa Bay ..............110 100 107 - 11 16 1
Castellanos (22), Simmons (13), Trout 2 Nunez lf ............. 4 0 2 2 0 0 .254 Oberg p .............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Boston ....................100 010 000 - 2 6 1
Totals ................ 32 9 9 8 7 4 Sierra cf.............. 4 0 1 0 0 0 .375 E: Longoria (3), Benintendi (2). LOB: Tampa
(26), Espinosa (14). SB: Trout 2 (7), Maybin Hernandez lf....... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .172 Rusin p .............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 .250
San Diego ...............000 000 300 - 3 5 2 3 (9). CS: Castellanos (1). SF: Trout. RLISP: Parra ph.............. 1 0 0 0 0 1 .270 Wainwright p ..... 2 0 0 0 0 2 .267 Bay 10, Boston 9. 2B: Dickerson (12), Kier-
Chicago ...................100 000 08x - 9 9 1 Ruggiano rf ....... 4 0 0 0 0 1 .238 Fowler ph .......... 1 0 0 0 0 0 .227 maier (5), Bogaerts (8), Marrero (2). 3B:
Detroit 1 (J.Martinez); Los Angeles 5 (Val- Dunn p................ 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
E: Spangenberg (1), Sardinas (2), Sanchez buena, Calhoun, Espinosa 2, Graterol). RISP: Samardzija p ..... 3 0 0 0 0 1 .059 Ottavino p ......... 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Dickerson (2). HR: Souza Jr. (5), off Hem-
Okert p .............. 1 0 0 0 0 1 .000 Rosenthal p ........ 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
(1). LOB: San Diego 5, Chicago 8. 2B: L.Gar- Detroit 1 for 4; Los Angeles 1 for 6. GIDP: McGee p ............ 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- bree. RBIs: Souza Jr. 3 (22), Longoria 2 (18),
Kinsler, Valbuena. DP: Detroit 1 (Cabrera, Kontos p............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Tapia ph.............. 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Garcia ph ............ 1 0 0 0 0 1 .255 Weeks Jr. (6), Beckham (20), Kiermaier (10),
cia (6). HR: Renfroe (6), off Quintana. RBIs: Siegrist p............ 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
Machado); Los Angeles 1 (Simmons, Es- Gearrin p ........... 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Holland p ............ 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Sucre 3 (10), Pedroia (14), Bogaerts (11).
Renfroe 3 (13), L.Garcia 2 (14), Sanchez (8), Totals ................ 33 8 9 8 4 5 Totals ................ 33 9 13 9 2 6 Totals ................. 35 5 12 5 1 8
pinosa, Cron). SB: Betts (5). SF: Longoria, Sucre. S: Kier-
Frazier (12), Saladino (4), Garcia (2), Cabrera Cincinnati ...............000 020 100 - 3 11 2 Los Angeles ............211 000 020 - 6 12 1 maier. RLISP: Tampa Bay 5 (Souza Jr., Longo-
Detroit IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Chicago....................000 000 000 - 0 4 0
2 (16). SB: Myers (4), L.Garcia (3). CS: Mar- San Francisco .........430 001 00x - 8 9 0 Colorado .................300 220 02x - 9 13 0 ria, Miller 2, Sucre); Boston 5 (Benintendi 2,
got (5). RLISP: San Diego 1 (Solarte); Verlander, L, 3-3 6 5 4 4 5 7 106 4.47 E: Urias (3). LOB: Los Angeles 11, Colorado St. Louis ..................022 000 01x - 5 120
E: Duvall (1), Schebler (2). LOB: Cincinnati 6, H.Ramirez, Bradley Jr., Marrero). RISP:
Chicago 5 (Sanchez 2, Frazier 3). RISP: San Greene .............. /3 0 0 0 0 0 5 1.72
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3. 2B: Bellinger (3), Arenado (13). HR: Sea- LOB: Chicago 6, St. Louis 8. 2B: Happ (1), Tampa Bay 7 for 18; Boston 2 for 11.
Hardy ................ 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1.80 San Francisco 7. 2B: Votto (9), Duvall (9), ger (6), off Senzatela; Puig (7), off Senza-
Diego 1 for 2; Chicago 5 for 12. RMU: A.Gar- Barnhart (7), Panik (7), Crawford (7). 3B: Per- Wong (10), Grichuk 2 (11). HR: Molina (2),
Rodriguez ......... 2/3 0 0 0 1 2 19 7.42 tela; Valaika (2), off Urias; Arenado (9), off Tampa Bay IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
cia, L.Garcia, Saladino. GIDP: Szczur, A.Gar- aza (2), Span (1). HR: Belt (7), off Brice. off Arrieta; Carpenter (8), off Arrieta; Molina
Romo; Valaika (3), off Hatcher. RBIs: Seager Andriese, W, 3-1 5 4 2 2 4 5 107 3.18
cia, Frazier. DP: San Diego 2 (Sardinas, So- Los Angeles IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA RBIs: Gennett 2 (17), Barnhart (5), Panik 2 2 (21), Turner (17), Bellinger (19), Grandal (3), off Duensing. RBIs: Carpenter 2 (24), E.Ramirez.......... 2 0 0 0 0 4 28 2.92
larte, Myers), (Spangenberg, Solarte, Meyer, W, 2-1.... 61/3 3 1 1 2 7 96 5.59 (11), Belt (17), Posey (10), Crawford 2 (10), (17), Puig (20), Arenado 3 (27), Reynolds 2 Molina 3 (14). SB: Pham (3). RLISP: Chicago Alvarado ............ 1/3 1 0 0 0 0 7 5.06
Myers); Chicago 1 (Frazier, Sanchez, David- Parker, H, 5........ 2/3 0 0 0 0 1 9 3.63 Nunez 2 (9). SB: Nunez 2 (9). SF: Barnhart, (33), Valaika 4 (9). CS: LeMahieu (2). RLISP: 3 (Montero 3); St. Louis 6 (Wong 2, Carpen- Stanek............... 1/3 1 0 0 0 0 9 0.00
Hernandez, H, 4. 1 1 0 0 0 0 13 0.87 Panik. RLISP: Cincinnati 3 (Duvall 2, Los Angeles 6 (Seager 2, Grandal, Taylor, ter, Gyorko, Sierra, Wainwright). RISP: Colome ............. 1/3 0 0 0 0 1 3 2.12
son). Utley 2); Colorado 1 (Reynolds). RISP: Los
Norris, S, 7-9 .... 1 0 0 0 0 1 14 3.15 Schebler); San Francisco 4 (Span, Arroyo, Chicago 0 for 4; St. Louis 1 for 9. RMU: Rus- Farquhar ............ 1 0 0 0 0 0 13 3.12
San Diego IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Verlander pitched to 3 batters in the 7th. Nunez, Samardzija). RISP: Cincinnati 1 for 7; Angeles 3 for 13; Colorado 3 for 7. RMU: Ped-
Weaver ............. 6 5 1 1 2 3 89 6.05 I-S: Greene 2-1, Hardy 1-0, Parker 1-0. HBP: San Francisco 4 for 14. RMU: Belt, Crawford.
erson. GIDP: Reynolds, Desmond. DP: Los An- sell. GIDP: Happ, Montero. DP: St. Louis 2 Boston IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
geles 2 (Turner, Taylor, Utley), (Taylor, (Wong, Diaz, Carpenter), (Carpenter, Diaz, Pomeranz, L, 3-3 3 3 2 2 3 3 57 5.29
Yates ................. 1 0 0 0 0 1 12 0.00 Verlander (Trout), Hernandez (Romine). T: GIDP: Votto, Turner. DP: San Francisco 2 Utley); Colorado 1 (Arenado, Valaika).
3:09. A: 36,215. Wainwright). Taylor ............... 2 2 1 1 0 2 35 4.26
Buchter, L, 2-2 .. 1/3 0 4 2 3 0 23 3.86 (Belt, Crawford), (Arroyo, Panik, Belt). Los Angeles IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Abad.................. 2/3 1 0 0 0 1 16 2.61
Maurer .............. 1/3 2 3 3 1 0 12 6.00 Cincinnati IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Urias, L, 0-1 ....... 4 7 6 6 1 1 68 3.43 Chicago IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Barnes ............... 1 2 1 1 1 2 29 4.70
Stammen .......... 1/3 2 1 1 1 0 19 5.85
Pirates 6, Diamondbacks 4
Adleman, L, 2-2. 1 3 4 3 2 0 25 5.27 Romo................. 1 1 1 1 0 2 23 8.03 Arrieta, L, 4-3 ... 6 7 4 4 1 5 85 5.44 Ross Jr. ............. 2 3 3 3 1 3 44 6.14
Chicago IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Pittsburgh AB R H BI BB SO Avg Astin ................. 3 3 3 3 2 1 51 6.75 Avilan ............... 1/3 0 0 0 0 0 2 1.69 Duensing ........... 2 5 1 1 0 3 48 3.94 Hembree .......... 1/3 5 4 4 0 0 22 4.34
Frazier lf ............ 5 1 3 0 1 1 .317 Brice ................. 2 3 1 1 0 1 33 1.35 Stripling ........... 12/3 2 0 0 1 2 30 3.48 Andriese pitched to 2 batters in the 6th.
Quintana ........... 7 5 3 3 4 5 110 4.38 Harrison 3b ........ 4 0 0 0 0 2 .288 Hatcher ............ 1 3 2 2 0 1 21 3.79 St. Louis IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Wood ................ 1 0 0 0 0 1 11 3.12
Ynoa, W, 1-0...... 1 0 0 0 0 2 23 2.20 McCutchen cf .... 4 1 1 1 1 1 .212 Iglesias ............. 1 0 0 0 0 2 13 0.89 Wainwright, W, 3-3 7 4 0 0 4 3 102 5.31 Phillies 4, Nationals 3
Holmberg .......... 1 0 0 0 1 0 15 2.08 Polanco rf .......... 3 1 1 0 0 0 .252 Colorado IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
San Francisco IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Senzatela, W, 6-1 5 7 4 4 3 5 97 3.31 Rosenthal .......... 1 0 0 0 0 2 16 1.88 First Game
I-S: Maurer 3-3, Stammen 2-2. HBP: Weaver Jaso rf ............... 1 0 0 0 1 0 .157
Bell 1b ............... 3 1 1 2 1 0 .243 Samardzija, W, 1-5.. 62/3 9 3 3 0 8 114 5.26 Oberg ................ 1/3 1 0 0 1 0 8 5.40 Siegrist.............. 1 0 0 0 0 2 12 4.11 Philadelphia AB R H BI BB SO Avg
(Abreu), Stammen (A.Garcia). T: 3:16. A: Rusin ................ 2/3 0 0 0 0 0 5 2.53 HBP: Arrieta (Wong). T: 2:38. A: 47,925.
Nicasio p ............ 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Okert ................ 2/3 1 0 0 0 0 19 4.50 Hernandez 2b ..... 4 0 1 0 1 0 .322
22,518. Hudson p ........... 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Dunn.................. 2/3 0 0 0 1 1 11 3.38
Kontos .............. 2/3 0 0 0 0 1 6 4.76 Nava rf .............. 4 0 0 0 1 1 .275
LeBlanc p............ 0 0 0 0 0 0 .200 Gearrin .............. 1 1 0 0 0 0 7 1.15 Ottavino ........... 1/3 2 2 2 1 0 17 3.60 Marlins 3, Braves 1 Neris p ............... 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
Indians 8, Twins 3 Freese ph............ 1 0 0 0 0 1 .297 I-S: Okert 1-0, Kontos 1-0. HBP: Astin McGee, H, 3....... 1 2 0 0 0 1 20 2.51 Altherr cf ........... 3 1 2 1 1 1 .350
Watson p ........... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 (Posey). T: 2:55. A: 42,122. Holland, S, 16 .... 1 0 0 0 0 3 16 1.06 Atlanta AB R H BI BB SO Avg Joseph 1b ........... 4 1 1 1 0 1 .255
Minnesota AB R H BI BB SO Avg Cervelli c ............ 4 0 0 0 1 0 .234 Urias pitched to 1 batter in the 5th. Ottavino Inciarte cf ........... 4 1 2 0 1 0 .253 Franco 3b ........... 4 1 1 0 0 0 .209
Dozier 2b ........... 3 0 1 0 1 0 .237 Mercer ss ........... 5 0 1 0 0 0 .203 pitched to 2 batters in the 8th. I-S: Romo Rupp c ............... 4 0 2 1 0 1 .274
Mauer dh ........... 4 1 1 0 0 2 .256 Ngoepe 2b ......... 4 1 1 0 1 2 .222 Rangers 6, Athletics 4 1-1, Rusin 2-0, Ottavino 1-0, McGee 2-2. Garcia 3b ........... 2 0 1 0 2 0 .229
Knapp pr-c.......... 0 1 0 0 0 0 .281
Sano 3b .............. 4 1 1 0 0 3 .297 Nova p ............... 2 0 0 0 0 2 .000 Oakland AB R H BI BB SO Avg HBP: Urias (Blackmon). PB-Garneau (5). T: F.Freeman 1b ..... 5 0 2 0 0 2 .344 Galvis ss............. 3 0 0 0 1 0 .240
Osuna 1b ........... 2 1 1 2 0 0 .217 3:38. A: 41,051. Kemp lf ............. 4 0 0 0 1 1 .320 Kelly lf ................ 4 0 1 1 0 0 .375
Vargas 1b ........... 4 0 1 2 0 0 .255 Totals ................ 38 6 9 5 6 9 Davis cf ............. 5 1 1 0 0 0 .210
Kepler rf ............. 4 0 2 0 0 1 .248 Joyce rf .............. 5 1 3 2 0 1 .210 Markakis rf ........ 3 0 1 1 1 0 .302 Hellickson p ....... 1 0 0 0 0 1 .071
Polanco ss .......... 4 1 1 1 0 1 .254
Arizona AB R H BI BB SO Avg Lowrie 2b .......... 5 0 1 0 0 1 .286
Royals 9, Orioles 8 Suzuki c.............. 4 0 1 0 0 0 .204 a-Herrera ph ...... 1 0 1 0 0 0 .258
Pollock cf ........... 5 0 2 0 1 0 .299 Alonso 1b .......... 4 0 0 0 0 1 .291 Baltimore AB R H BI BB SO Avg Santana 2b......... 4 0 0 0 0 2 .000 Rodriguez p ........ 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
Gimenez c .......... 3 0 0 0 0 2 .194 Greinke pr........... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .059 Stassi ph ............ 1 0 1 0 0 0 .200
Grossman ph ..... 1 0 0 0 0 1 .247 Peralta rf ........... 4 1 1 0 0 1 .301 Healy dh ............ 4 0 1 0 0 1 .250 Smith rf.............. 5 0 1 0 1 3 .301 Swanson ss ........ 3 0 1 0 1 1 .174
Schoop 2b........... 6 1 1 0 0 0 .287 Benoit p ............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
Rosario lf ........... 4 0 1 0 0 0 .271 Bradley p ........... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Plouffe 3b........... 3 1 1 1 1 0 .233 Dickey p.............. 2 0 0 0 0 1 .133 Saunders ph-rf ... 1 0 0 0 0 0 .235
Mathis ph .......... 0 0 0 1 1 0 .154 Vogt c ................ 3 0 2 0 1 0 .213 Machado 3b........ 4 1 0 0 1 2 .221
Buxton cf ........... 3 0 1 0 0 2 .173 Davis 1b ............ 2 2 2 2 3 0 .252 Bonifacio ph ...... 1 0 0 0 0 1 .179 Totals ................. 34 4 10 4 4 5
Rodney p ............ 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Pinder pr............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 .290
Escobar ph ......... 1 0 0 0 0 0 .246 Trumbo dh.......... 5 0 1 0 0 0 .233 S.Freeman p ....... 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Washington AB R H BI BB SO Avg
Wilhelmsen p .... 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Maxwell c........... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .211 Kim lf ................ 2 0 1 0 1 0 .234
Totals ................ 35 3 9 3 1 12 Corbin ph ........... 1 0 0 0 0 1 .067 Canha lf ............. 4 0 1 0 0 0 .207 Motte p ............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Turner ss ............ 5 1 1 2 0 0 .255
Mancini ph-lf ...... 2 0 1 0 0 0 .288 Goodwin lf ......... 4 0 0 0 0 1 .125
Cleveland AB R H BI BB SO Avg Goldschmidt 1b . 5 2 2 3 1 3 .314 Rosales ss ......... 3 1 1 1 1 0 .271 Rickard cf .......... 5 2 1 1 0 1 .235 Totals ................. 32 1 8 1 6 8
Lamb 3b ............. 6 0 3 0 0 0 .273 Totals ................ 36 4 11 4 3 4 Flaherty ss ........ 4 1 3 2 1 0 .240 Harper rf ........... 4 1 2 1 0 0 .372
Kipnis 2b ............ 5 2 4 4 0 0 .197 Owings 2b-rf ..... 5 0 2 0 0 2 .311 Miami AB R H BI BB SO Avg Rendon 3b .......... 2 0 1 0 2 0 .279
Lindor ss ............ 3 0 2 0 1 0 .282 Texas AB R H BI BB SO Avg Joseph c ............ 5 1 2 3 0 0 .284
Herrmann c ....... 4 0 0 0 1 0 .160 Gentry pr ............ 0 0 0 0 0 0 .162 Gordon 2b .......... 4 0 0 0 0 0 .250 Murphy 2b ......... 3 0 0 0 0 0 .324
Gonzalez ss ....... 1 0 1 0 0 0 1.000 Ahmed ss .......... 4 1 1 0 1 1 .267 DeShields lf-cf.... 4 2 2 1 0 0 .256 Totals ................ 40 8 13 8 7 6 Yelich cf.............. 2 0 1 0 2 0 .288 Lind 1b .............. 3 0 1 0 0 0 .341
Brantley lf .......... 5 0 0 0 0 0 .288 Blanco lf ............ 5 0 2 0 0 1 .286 Andrus ss .......... 4 2 3 2 0 0 .289 Ozuna lf ............. 3 0 2 0 1 0 .316 Albers p.............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
Ray p ................. 1 0 0 0 0 0 .357 Kansas City AB R H BI BB SO Avg Romero p ........... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
Almonte pr-lf ..... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .214 Mazara rf ........... 4 0 2 1 0 0 .250
Tomas ph............ 1 0 0 0 0 0 .248 Lucroy c ............. 4 0 1 0 0 0 .263 Escobar ss ......... 4 1 1 1 0 2 .193 Bour 1b ............. 4 0 0 0 0 1 .240 Heisey ph ........... 1 0 0 0 0 0 .128
Encarnacion dh .. 4 0 0 0 1 2 .206 Moustakas 3b ... 5 1 1 4 0 0 .250 Stanton rf ......... 4 1 1 0 0 1 .259
Delgado p .......... 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Odor 2b .............. 3 1 0 0 1 1 .197 Kelley p ............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
Santana 1b ........ 4 1 1 1 0 0 .228 Drury ph ............ 0 0 0 0 0 0 .322 Cain cf ............... 5 0 3 0 0 0 .305 Glover p.............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---
Napoli dh ........... 4 0 0 0 0 2 .165 Hosmer 1b ......... 4 0 1 0 1 1 .298 Dietrich 3b ......... 2 0 0 0 0 0 .247
Ramirez 3b ........ 4 1 1 0 0 0 .280 De La Rosa p ..... 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Wieters c ........... 4 0 1 0 0 0 .286
Gomez cf ........... 3 1 3 0 0 0 .246 Soler rf .............. 3 1 1 1 1 1 .143 Ellis c.................. 2 1 0 0 1 0 .138
Robertson rf ...... 4 1 1 1 0 0 .250 Descalso 2b ....... 1 0 1 0 1 0 .175 Bonifacio rf ........ 1 0 0 0 0 1 .237 Difo pr ................ 0 0 0 0 0 0 .196
Totals ................ 42 4 14 4 6 9 Kozma 1b .......... 1 0 1 1 0 0 .167 Riddle ss............. 3 0 0 0 0 0 .095
Chisenhall cf ...... 2 2 2 2 2 0 .275 Gallo 3b ............. 3 0 0 0 1 1 .195 Moss dh ............ 4 1 2 0 1 1 .174 Taylor cf ............ 4 1 2 0 0 0 .268
Perez c ............... 4 1 1 0 0 1 .159 Pittsburgh ..........103 000 000 2 - 6 9 1 Merrifield 2b ..... 4 1 2 0 1 0 .228 Nicolino p .......... 2 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Gonzalez p ......... 1 0 1 0 0 0 .133
Arizona ...............200 010 010 0 - 4 14 1 Rua 1b-lf ........... 3 0 0 0 0 0 .169 Barraclough p ..... 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- Zimmerman 1b .. 2 0 0 0 0 0 .391
Totals ................ 36 8 13 8 4 3 Totals ................ 33 6 12 5 2 4 Gordon lf ........... 4 1 0 0 0 1 .152
Minnesota ..............000 002 100 - 3 9 0 E: McCutchen (2), Lamb (4). LOB: Pittsburgh Butera c.............. 4 3 3 2 0 0 .310 Moore ph............ 1 1 1 3 0 0 .357 Totals ................. 33 3 9 3 2 1
10, Arizona 15. 2B: Lamb (6), Owings (7). Oakland ..................010 030 000 - 4 11 0 Totals ................ 38 9 14 8 4 7 Philadelphia ............000 000 103 - 4 10 1
Cleveland ................134 000 00x - 8 13 1 Texas ......................200 000 31x - 6 12 0 Phelps p ............ 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
HR: McCutchen (6), off Ray; Bell (7), off Ray; Baltimore ...............010 400 201 - 8 13 1 Washington ............100 020 000 - 3 92
E: Kipnis (2). LOB: Minnesota 6, Cleveland 8. Osuna (2), off Wilhelmsen; Goldschmidt (9), LOB: Oakland 8, Texas 5. 2B: Davis (6), An- Kansas City ............000 521 10x - 9 14 0 Ramos p ............. 0 0 0 0 0 0 --- E: Nava (1), Rendon (4), Lind (2). LOB: Phila-
2B: Sano (7), Vargas (2), Rosario (5), Lindor off Nova; Goldschmidt (10), off Nova. RBIs: drus (8), Gomez (11). HR: Plouffe (6), off E: Machado (4). LOB: Baltimore 12, Kansas Totals ................. 27 3 5 3 4 2 delphia 7, Washington 7. 2B: Franco (4),

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(11). HR: Polanco (2), off Bauer; Kipnis (1), McCutchen (17), Bell 2 (13), Osuna 2 (8), Griffin; Rosales (3), off Griffin; Joyce (4), off City 11. 2B: Flaherty (1), Joseph (5), Moss Atlanta ....................000 010 000 - 1 8 0 Rupp (8), Stassi (2). 3B: Rendon (1). HR:
off Santiago; Chisenhall (3), off Santiago; Goldschmidt 3 (32), Mathis (3). SB: Mc- Griffin. RBIs: Joyce 2 (15), Plouffe (12), Ros- (2). HR: Davis (6), off Young; Joseph (2), off Miami ......................000 000 30x - 3 5 0 Joseph (5), off Gonzalez; Altherr (8), off Kel-
Cutchen (3), Ahmed (2). CS: Cervelli (2). S: ales (12), DeShields (7), Andrus 2 (18), Young; Moustakas (9), off Gausman; Soler ley; Harper (12), off Hellickson; Turner (4),
Santana (4), off Santiago; Kipnis (2), off (1), off Bleier; Butera (2), off Givens. RBIs: LOB: Atlanta 12, Miami 5. 2B: Suzuki (1),
Nova. RLISP: Pittsburgh 4 (Harrison 2, Mazara (26), Kozma (1). SB: DeShields (7), off Hellickson. RBIs: Altherr (22), Joseph
Wilk. RBIs: Vargas 2 (13), Polanco (16), Kip- Cervelli, Mercer); Arizona 6 (Goldschmidt 2, Davis 2 (11), Rickard (4), Flaherty 2 (3), Stanton (6). HR: Moore (1), off Dickey. RBIs:
Odor (4), Gomez (5). CS: Kozma (1). RLISP: (16), Rupp (9), Kelly (2), Turner 2 (17),
nis 4 (10), Santana (19), Robertson (1), Lamb 2, Owings, Ahmed). RISP: Pittsburgh 0 Joseph 3 (9), Escobar (6), Moustakas 4 (18), Markakis (15), Moore 3 (4). S: Dickey. RLISP: Harper (32). S: Gonzalez. RLISP: Philadel-
Oakland 4 (Lowrie, Canha, Rosales 2); Texas Soler (2), Butera 2 (4). SB: Rickard (3), Hos-
Chisenhall 2 (16). SB: Lindor (2). CS: Dozier for 6; Arizona 1 for 9. RMU: Polanco, Bell. Atlanta 6 (Inciarte, Kemp 2, Suzuki 2, phia 4 (Nava 3, Franco); Washington 4
GIDP: Polanco, Pollock, Ahmed. DP: Pitts- 2 (Rua 2). RISP: Oakland 1 for 6; Texas 4 for mer (3). S: Escobar. RLISP: Baltimore 7
(5). RLISP: Minnesota 2 (Mauer, Kepler); 8. RMU: Joyce, Canha, Lucroy, Gallo. GIDP: (Schoop 2, Trumbo, Rickard, Joseph 3); Kan- Dickey); Miami 2 (Bour, Stanton). RISP: At- (Turner, Murphy, Wieters, Heisey). RISP:
Cleveland 3 (Brantley, Encarnacion, San- burgh 2 (Harrison, Bell), (Mercer, Ngoepe, Philadelphia 3 for 9; Washington 1 for 7.

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Osuna); Arizona 1 (Owings, Ahmed, Gold- Lowrie, Canha, Lucroy, Napoli. DP: Oakland 3 sas City 6 (Hosmer, Soler 2, Merrifield 2, Gor- lanta 1 for 13; Miami 1 for 6. RMU: Kemp.
tana). RISP: Minnesota 1 for 6; Cleveland 2 (Rosales, Alonso), (Rosales, Lowrie, Alonso), don). RISP: Baltimore 5 for 15; Kansas City 4 RMU: Lind. GIDP: Hernandez, Nava, Joseph,
schmidt). GIDP: Markakis, Ozuna, Ellis. DP: Atlanta 2 Turner, Lind. DP: Philadelphia 2 (Hernandez,
for 10. RMU: Encarnacion. GIDP: Encarna- (Maxwell, Rosales); Texas 2 (Andrus, Odor, for 12. RMU: Gordon, Moustakas.
Pittsburgh IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA (Swanson, Santana, F.Freeman), (Swanson, Galvis, Joseph), (Hernandez, Galvis, Joseph);
cion. Rua), (Odor, Andrus, Kozma). Baltimore IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Nova ................. 6 9 3 3 1 4 104 2.48 Santana, F.Freeman); Miami 1 (Nicolino, Washington 3 (Turner, Murphy, Lind), (Ren-
DP: Minnesota 1 (Polanco, Dozier, Vargas). Oakland IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Gausman ........... 31/3 9 5 5 2 3 93 7.19 Ellis, Bour). don, Murphy, Lind), (Lind, Turner).
Nicasio .............. 1 1 0 0 0 2 19 1.56 Bleier, L, 0-1 ...... 2 3 3 2 1 0 44 4.50
Minnesota IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Hudson ............. 2/3 0 1 1 3 0 26 7.80 Graveman.......... 62/3 9 4 4 1 2 99 3.95 Philadelphia IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Givens .............. 12/3 1 1 1 0 1 20 2.18 Atlanta IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Santiago, L, 4-2 22/3 7 6 6 2 1 75 3.80 LeBlanc.............. 1/3 0 0 0 1 1 11 2.08 Madson, L, 0-3 . /3 2 1 1 0 0 8 1.98
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Hart .................. 1 1 0 0 1 3 25 2.08 Hellickson ......... 5 6 3 3 0 1 75 3.71
Wilk .................. 3 /3 3 2 2 2 2 62 5.40 Watson, W, 2-0. 2 4 0 0 1 2 30 1.62 Wahl.................. 1/3 1 1 1 1 1 14 4.91 Dickey, L, 3-3 ..... 7 5 3 3 3 1 96 4.22
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Rodriguez .......... 2 1 0 0 1 0 20 4.05
Breslow ............. 1 1 0 0 0 0 13 2.31 Coulombe ......... 2/3 0 0 0 0 1 4 2.77 Kansas City IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA S.Freeman ......... 2
/3 0 0 0 1 1 15 0.00 Benoit, W, 1-2 .. 1 1 0 0 1 0 16 5.06
Arizona IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Young ............... 32/3 6 5 5 1 3 64 7.27 Motte ............... 1
/3 0 0 0 0 0 3 2.84
Haley ................. 1 2 0 0 0 0 10 6.28 Ray .................... 4 6 4 4 3 2 88 4.57 Texas IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Neris, S, 4 ......... 1 1 0 0 0 0 10 3.86
Strahm, W, 1-2 . 1 /3 0 0 0 3 1 29 6.57
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Cleveland IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Delgado ............. 2 2 0 0 0 2 31 4.18 Griffin................ 5 7 4 4 3 3 87 3.15 Alburquerque ... 1 1 2 2 1 1 23 9.00 Miami IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA Washington IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
De La Rosa ....... 1 0 0 0 1 1 19 2.70 Jeffress ............ 11/3 0 0 0 0 0 13 4.32 Minor................. 1/3 1 0 0 0 0 5 2.21 Nicolino ............ 6 6 1 1 4 5 79 1.50 Gonzalez ........... 62/3 4 1 1 3 5 112 2.47
Bauer, W, 3-4 .... 6 7 3 3 0 7 106 6.92 Alvarez, W, 2-0 . 2/3 1 0 0 0 1 6 2.79
Bradley ............. 1 0 0 0 0 2 9 1.45 Moylan ............. 2/3 1 0 0 1 0 10 7.24 Barraclough,W, 1-0. 1 2 0 0 1 0 17 3.31 Albers................ 2/3 1 0 0 0 0 11 0.66
Shaw ................. 1 /3 1 0 0 1 3 24 2.12
1
Dyson ............... 1 2 0 0 0 0 1810.66 Romero ............. 2/3 0 0 0 0 0 9 4.86
Rodney .............. 1 0 0 0 1 2 23 9.22 Soria.................. 1 1 0 0 1 0 22 2.04 Phelps .............. 1 0 0 0 0 2 10 4.26
Miller ................ 2/3 1 0 0 0 1 10 0.00 Wilhelmsen, L, 0-1 1 1 2 2 1 0 21 4.50 Bush, S, 4 ......... 1 1 0 0 0 0 6 1.32 Kelley, L, 3-1 ..... 1/3 3 3 3 1 0 24 7.15
Herrera, S, 8 ...... 1 3 1 1 0 1 22 3.38 Ramos, S, 4 ....... 1 0 0 0 1 1 13 2.77
Allen ................. 1 0 0 0 0 1 11 1.23 I-S: LeBlanc 3-1. HBP: Ray (Harrison), Nova Griffin pitched to 2 batters in the 6th. Alburquerque pitched to 2 batters in the 7th. Glover................ 2/3 2 0 0 0 0 12 3.38
Bauer pitched to 1 batter in the 7th. I-S: (Drury). WP: Ray, De La Rosa. T: 4:08. A: I-S: Madson 1-1, Coulombe 1-0, Jeffress 2-0. I-S: Bleier 1-0, Minor 2-1, Moylan 2-1. HBP: I-S: Motte 1-0. HBP: Dickey (Dietrich), Nicol- I-S: Albers 1-0, Romero 1-0, Glover 2-1. HBP:
Wilk 1-1. WP: Shaw. T: 3:00. A: 23,099. 34,088. WP: Graveman 2. T: 2:51. A: 35,157. Bleier (Gordon). T: 3:31. A: 30,662. ino (Garcia). T: 2:27. A: 17,277. Rodriguez (Murphy). T: 3:02. A: 31,738.
A42 SPORTS STATS
ON TV & RADIO GOLF SOCCER BASKETBALL
NY PRO TEAMS THIS WEEK HOME AWAY PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER NBA PLAYOFFS
MON. 5/15 TUE. 5/16 WED. 5/17 THU. 5/18 FRI. 5/19 SAT. 5/20 SUN. 5/21 At Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Par 72
EASTERN CONFERENCE SECOND ROUND Best-of-7
Si Woo Kim, $1,890,000 ..69-72-68-69278
W L T Pts GF GA EASTERN CONFERENCE
Kansas City Kansas City Kansas City Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Louis Oosthuizen, $924,000 69-66-73-73281
Toronto FC..................7 1 4 25 20 11
8:15 8:15 8:15 7:15 4:10 1:10 Ian Poulter, $924,000........72-67-71-71281
Columbus ..................6 5 1 19 19 17
CLEVELAND VS. TORONTO
YES YES FS1 Ch. 11 YES YES Rafa Cabrera Bello, $462,000.69-70-73-70282
Orlando City ...............6 3 1 19 13 13 Cavaliers won series, 4-0
Kyle Stanley, $462,000 ....69-66-72-75282 Cleveland 116, Toronto 105
NYC FC ......................5 3 1 16 17 10
Arizona Arizona Arizona L.A. Angels L.A. Angels L.A. Angels Lucas Glover, $339,938 .....70-70-73-70283 Cleveland 125, Toronto 103
Red Bulls....................5 6 1 16 12 18
9:40 9:40 3:40 7:10 7:15 1:10 Francesco Molinari, $339,938...69-74-69-71283
Chicago ......................4 3 3 15 17 15 Cleveland 115, Toronto 94
Adam Scott, $339,938 .....70-72-71-70283
SNY SNY SNY SNY Ch. 5 Ch. 11 Brendan Steele, $339,938 69-71-75-68283
Atlanta United FC ......3 4 3 12 20 15 Cleveland 109, Toronto 102
D.C. United .................3 5 2 11 9 18 BOSTON VS. WASHINGTON
Alex Noren, $283,500 ......68-71-72-73284
New England..............3 4 4 13 18 16
York York York Somerset Somerset Somerset Emiliano Grillo, $262,500..72-71-67-75285 Montreal ...................2 4 4 10 14 17 Series tied, 3-3
6:35 6:35 6:35 6:35 6:35 1:35 Dustin Johnson, $212,625 71-73-74-68286 Philadelphia ..............2 4 4 10 15 14 Boston 123, Washington 111
Smylie Kaufman, $212,625 ..74-67-76-69286 Boston 129, Washington 119, OT
Chris Kirk, $212,625..........74-72-69-71286 WESTERN CONFERENCE
Washington 116, Boston 89
Minnesota Bernd Wiesberger, $212,625 .75-71-68-72286 W L T Pts GF GA
Washington 121, Boston 102
7:00 Blayne Barber , $152,250 .70-76-72-69287 Houston ....................6 3 1 19 21 14
Boston 123, Washington 101
ESPN2 Mackenzie Hughes , $152,250 67-75-74-71287 Sporting Kansas City .5 2 4 19 13 7
Washington 92, Boston 91
Brooks Koepka , $152,250 74-69-71-73287 FC Dallas ...................5 0 3 18 13 5
RADIO: Yankees WFAN / 660, 101.9 | Mets WOR / 710 Webb Simpson , $152,25071-69-77-70287 Portland ....................5 3 3 18 21 16 Tonight: at Boston, 8 p.m.
Vijay Singh , $152,250 .....70-68-79-70287 San Jose ....................4 4 3 15 12 13 CONFERENCE FINALS Best-of-7
MORE SPORTS TODAY Henrik Stenson , $152,250 ...72-70-74-71287 Vancouver .................4 5 1 13 13 16 WESTERN CONFERENCE
Patrick Cantlay, $92,138 ...69-70-72-77288 Los Angeles ..............3 5 2 11 13 14
Baseball Houston at Miami Cycling Amgen Tour of California Minnesota United ......3 6 2 11 17 28 GOLDEN STATE VS. SAN ANTONIO
Paul Casey, $92,138 ..........71-69-77-71288
7 p.m. ESPN 5:30 p.m. NBCSN Seattle ......................2 4 4 10 15 16 Warriors lead series, 1-0
Yuta Ikeda, $92,138 .........73-69-72-74288
Hideki Matsuyama, $92,138 ..72-71-76-69288 Real Salt Lake ............2 7 2 8 9 22 Yesterday: Golden State 113, San Antonio 111
L.A. Dodgers at San Francisco Hockey Ottawa at Pittsburgh Colorado ....................2 6 1 7 8 12 Tomorrow: at Golden State, 9 p.m.
William McGirt, $92,138 ..67-75-71-75288
10 p.m. MLB 8 p.m. NBCSN Seung-Yul Noh, $92,138 ..73-69-75-71288 Saturday Saturday: at San Antonio, 9 p.m.
Toronto FC 3 ..................Minnesota United 2
Basketball Washington at Boston Soccer Watford vs. Chelsea Pat Perez, $92,138............74-72-66-76288 Monday, May 22: at San Antonio, 9 p.m.
Patrick Reed, $92,138 .......72-73-74-69288 Colorado 3 ...................................San Jose 0 x-Wednesday, May 24: at Golden State, 9 p.m.
8 p.m. TNT, ESPN (98.7) 2:55 p.m. NBCSN Columbus 3 .................................Montreal 2
Sergio Garcia, $65,205 ......73-71-67-78289 x-Friday, May 26: at San Antonio, 9 p.m.
Bowling USBC Intercollegiate Womens Team Tennis Internazionali BNL dItalia Adam Hadwin, $65,205 ...71-72-76-70289 Philadelphia 4 ..........................D.C. United 0
x-Sunday, May 28: at Golden State, 9 p.m.
Sporting Kansas City 2...........Orlando City 2
8 p.m. CBSSN 6 a.m. beIN Charley Hoffman, $65,20574-72-72-71289
New England 4 ....................Real Salt Lake 0 x-if necessary
Sung Kang, $65,205..........71-75-72-71289
Chicago 4 ........................................Seattle 1
Ben Martin, $65,205 .........71-70-73-75289
Yesterday
Warriors 113, Spurs 111
YESTERDAY AT BELMONT Kevin Chappell, $50,663....72-72-73-73290
Los Angeles 3 ..........................Red Bulls 1 Spurs Min FG FT Reb A PF Pts
Russell Henley, $50,663 ...75-68-73-74290
NYC FC at FC Dallas Aldridge .......40 11-24 5-6 2-8 3 4 28
FIRST: 6 Furlongs. 3&Up. Claiming $16,000 Super. (5-3-2-4) $805 Jim Herman, $50,663 ......71-75-72-72290
SEVENTH: 7 Furlongs. (Widener Turf). Atlanta United FC 1.......................Portland 1 Leonard .......23 7-13 11-11 4-8 3 2 26
Purse: $28,000. Trifecta (5-3-2) $436 Rory McIlroy, $50,663 .......73-71-71-75290
3&Up. Fillies and Mares Allowance Optional Gasol ...........16 2-5 1-1 0-2 1 5 5
6-Hard Hitter (C.Velasquez) .3.20 No Tix No Tix Cameron Tringale, $50,663 ...70-71-76-73290 NASL
FIFTH: 1 1/16 Miles. (Inner Turf). 3&Up. NY Claiming Purse: $90,000. Da.Green ......33 3-5 0-0 1-2 2 3 8
Time 1:11.39 Clear Muddy Harold Varner III, $50,663.71-70-77-72290
5-Catcha Rising Star (J.Ortiz) 15.60 3.60 No Tix
Scratched No Entiendo, Spotty Zealous, Bred. Fillies and Mares Non winners of 1$
3-Pawleys Express (J.Velazquez)..2.20 No Tix Aaron Baddeley, $36,750 ..70-73-76-72291 N. AMERICAN SOCCER LEAGUE Mills ............37 1-8 3-4 1-2 3 3 5
Tipit. race(s) except Purse: $64,000. Tommy Fleetwood, $36,750 74-67-76-74291 W T L Pts GF GA Ginobili .........25 7-10 2-3 0-1 1 2 17
Time 1:25.38 Clear Fast
WINNER PICKED BY MATTHEWS 5-Bareeqa (I.Ortiz, Jr.)...........6.00 2.70 2.30 Scratched Dream Prospect, Insta Erma, Miami .......................4 2 1 14 12 6 Simmons ......25 4-9 2-2 1-1 1 4 12
Tyrrell Hatton, $36,750.....76-70-71-74291
SECOND: 1 1/16 Miles. (Inner Turf). 3&Up. 6-About That Base (J.Velazquez) .2.50 2.20 Quality Rocks, Peru. Also Ran Flick of an San Francisco ...........3 3 1 12 7 4 Lee ...............15 0-1 0-0 3-7 1 0 0
J.B. Holmes, $36,750 .......68-69-70-84291
Fillies and Mares Maiden Claiming $40,000 2-Votre Coeur (R.Maragh).....................3.10 Eye. Cosmos ....................3 3 1 12 9 8 Murray .........12 3-6 0-1 1-2 2 1 6
Billy Hurley III, $36,750 ...71-72-76-72291
Purse: $41,000. Time 1:47.19 Clear Good Pick 3 (5-5-5) $186 North Carolina .........3 2 2 11 11 9 Anderson .......9 2-3 0-0 1-4 2 0 4
Phil Mickelson, $36,750 ....70-72-78-71291
6-Skyline Drive (R.Maragh) ..6.00 3.30 2.60 Scratched Tiz a Kitten, Pinchbeck, Addic- Grand Slam (1,2,3,5,7/1,2,3,5,6,7,9,10/5,6)
Steve Stricker, $36,750.....72-70-73-76291 Jacksonville ..............2 4 1 10 6 6 Bertans .........0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
1-Final Flurry (I.Ortiz, Jr.) ............3.50 2.50 tive, Lady Bergen, Queen of Spades. Also $108
Double (5-5) $82.50 Exacta (5-3) $32.60 Branden Grace, $26,712 ....71-75-73-73292 Indy .........................0 6 1 6 8 9 Totals ..........240 40-84 24-28 14-37 19 24 111
4-Rare Gem (J.Castellano) ...................3.20 Ran Vortex Road, Fly Ash, Hyde Park Ex- Edmonton ................1 1 5 4 3 9 FG%: .476, FT%: .857. 3PM-A: 7-22, .318
Time 1:47.07 Clear Good Cody Gribble, $26,712 ......69-75-74-74292
press. EIGHTH: 1 1/16 Miles. (Inner Turf). 3&Up. Puerto Rico ..............0 3 4 3 9 13 (Da.Green 2-3, Simmons 2-3, Aldridge 1-2, Gi-
Scratched Rain in Spain. Also Ran Com- Zach Johnson, $26,712 ....72-73-71-76292
Pick 5 (6-3/6-6-5-5) $1,804 Fillies and Mares Starters Allowance Purse: Last Night
munion Money, Sunday Gravy, Mamas Red Rod Pampling, $26,712 .....72-74-74-72292 nobili 1-3, Leonard 1-4, Gasol 0-1, Mills 0-6).
Pick 4 (3/6-6-5-5) $534 $55,000 Puerto Rico at Cosmos, ppd.
Hat, Via Frattina. 15-Northern Screamer (I.Ortiz, Jr.).3.90 2.80 2.70 Boo Weekley, $26,712 .....70-76-73-73292 BS: 4 (Aldridge, Da.Green, Gasol, Murray).
Pick 3 (6-5-5) $207.50 Miami 3 ................................................Indy 2
Double (6-6) $10.20 Exacta (6-1) $20.40 5-Short Kakes (J.Ortiz) ....................7.50 6.00 Brian Harman, $24,430.....71-75-71-76293 TO: 17 (Aldridge 6, Da.Green 3, Ginobili 2,
Trifecta (5-6-2) $43.60 North Carolina 3 ......................Jacksonville 1
Quinella (1-6) $10.60 Super. (6-1-4-2) $276 1-Queenofthechannel (J.Lezcano) ..........8.20 Ryan Moore, $24,430........73-72-74-74293 Today Gasol, Lee, Leonard, Mills, Murray, Sim-
Trifecta (6-1-4) $54.50 Super. (5-6-2-8) $119 Time 1:47.37 Clear Fast mons). STL: 13 (Aldridge 3, Ginobili 3, Mills
Daniel Summerhays, $24,43069-73-75-76293 Cosmos 4 ................................Puerto Rico 3
Double (5-5) $66 Exacta (5-6) $13 Scratched Woundwithhereyes, O. K. Kay, 2, Anderson, Da.Green, Gasol, Leonard, Mur-
THIRD: 7 Furlongs. 3&Up. NY Bred. Maiden Roberto Castro, $23,625 ...71-71-76-76294 San Francisco 1 ......................at Edmonton 0
EXACTA PICKED BY MATTHEWS Nouvelle Vague, Bright Side Up, Frosty Lady, ray). Tech: None.
Claiming $25,000 Purse: $32,000. Kevin Kisner, $23,625 ......71-75-73-75294
Holidays Saratoga. Also Ran Indygita,
6-Undercover Agent (D.Davis) ..3.60 2.60 2.20 SIXTH: 6 1/2 Furlongs. 3&Up. NY Bred. Fillies Chez Reavie, $23,625........68-72-79-75294 Warriors Min FG FT Reb A PF Pts
Jemmabelle, Wonderful Savvy, Loyal Heart,
3-Rossie Val (H.Diaz, Jr.) .............4.60 3.30 and Mares Claiming $25,000 Purse: $47,000. Ice Palace, Madame Uno. Jimmy Walker, $23,625 ....71-74-73-76294 TRANSACTIONS Durant ..........38 11-21 10-12 2-5 4 4 34
8-Fullback Foye (L.Saez) ......................3.20 5-Lakeside Sunset (R.Montanez).6.30 4.30 3.20 Pick 6 (6-5-5-5-5-2/3/4/3/4/12/15) Keegan Bradley, $22,680 .75-69-73-78295 Dr.Green .......36 3-6 3-3 3-7 7 5 9
Time 1:26.86 Clear Good 7-Moondance Joy (J.Ortiz) ............7.10 4.30 6 Correct $15,321 5 Correct Paid $132.50 Jason Day, $22,680...........70-72-73-80295 BASEBALL Pachulia ........25 4-6 3-4 5-9 3 3 11
Also Ran Zaguri, Tap City, Lion Sleeps, 6-Champagne Ruby (I.Ortiz, Jr.) ...........3.20 Pick 4 (5-5-5-2/3/4/3/4/12/15) $658 Jason Dufner, $22,680 ......73-71-77-74295 American League Curry ............39 14-26 5-7 2-7 3 0 40
Save the Tigers, Beneficial Risk. Time 1:18.97 Clear Fast Pick 3 (5-5-15) $239.50 Rickie Fowler, $22,680 ......70-74-72-79295
Pick 3 (6-6-6) $27.20 Double (6-6) $15.80 Super. (15-5-1-10) $1,849 BALTIMORE ORIOLES : Recalled LHP Thompson ....38 2-11 1-2 1-4 3 5 6
Also Ran Lady Luciano, Bi Light of Day, Michael Kim, $22,680 ......72-74-73-76295 Richard Bleier from Norfolk (IL). Optioned Livingston ....23 2-5 0-1 4-6 1 1 4
Exacta (6-3) $15.40 Double (5-15) $46.20 Exacta (15-5) $33.40
Abounding Spirit, Kristas Persona. Ricky Barnes, $21,735 .....70-74-76-76296 LHP Vidal Nuno to Norfolk.
Super. (6-3-8-5) $275.50 Trifecta (15-5-1) $324.50 CHICAGO WHITE SOX : Optioned INF Cody Iguodala .......10 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 2
Trifecta (6-3-8) $52.50 Pick 3 (5-5-5) $294.50 Double (5-5) $25.60 Handle $910,214 Total Handle $4,882,686 Daniel Berger, $21,735 .....69-72-77-78296
Asche to Charlotte (IL). Barnes ..........10 1-2 0-0 0-2 0 1 2
Exacta (5-7) $48.20 Super. (5-7-6-2) $619 (c) 2017 Equibase Company LLC, all rights Justin Rose, $21,735 .......74-71-71-80296 CLEVELAND INDIANS : Placed OF Brandon
FOURTH: 1 Mile. (Widener Turf). 3yo. Claim- West .............8 0-2 1-2 0-1 0 3 1
Trifecta (5-7-6) $123 reserved. Lee Westwood, $21,735 ..70-75-76-75296 Guyer on the 10-day DL, retroactive to May
ing $40,000 Purse: $59,000 13. Designated OF-INF Michael Martinez for McGee ............5 0-0 1-2 0-1 0 2 1
David Hearn, $21,000 ......70-69-80-78297
5-Tin Drum (J.Velazquez) ...21.80 8.60 3.90 assignment. Recalled INF-OF Erik Gonzalez Clark ...............4 1-1 0-0 0-1 0 0 3
Martin Kaymer, $21,000 ...72-72-75-78297
3-Mr. McFrosty (A.Arroyo)..........12.40 5.00
2-Mollica (C.Velasquez).........................2.50
TENNIS COLLEGES Graeme McDowell, $21,000.71-72-74-80297
from Columbus (IL). Selected the contract of
OF Daniel Robertson.
Totals ..........240 39-81 24-33 17-43 22 24 113
FG%: .481, FT%: .727. 3PM-A: 11-30, .367
Time 1:41.02 Clear Good Made cut, did not finish HOUSTON ASTROS : Recalled RHP Dayan
(Curry 7-16, Durant 2-8, Clark 1-1, Thompson
Scratched Francesco Flier, Mr Grey. Also MUTUA MADRID OPEN LOCAL RESULTS David Lingmerth, $20,370 .....69-75-78222 Diaz from Fresno (PCL). Activated OF
Teoscar Hernandez from the DL and op- 1-3, Barnes 0-1, Dr.Green 0-1). BS: 8 (Durant
Ran Facade, Union Riches. At Madrid, Spain Jon Rahm, $20,370 ...............68-72-82222 tioned him to Fresno.
BASEBALL 4, Thompson 2, Pachulia, West). TO: 19
Pick 3 (6-6-5) $178 Double (6-5) $55.50 Mens Singles Hofstra 10 .........................James Madison 8 Kevin Streelman, $20,370 .....72-73-77222 LOS ANGELES ANGELS : Reinstated 1B C.J.
Championship Stony Brook 17 .......................Binghamton 9 Cron from the 10-day DL. Optioned INF Jefry (Curry 4, Dr.Green 3, Durant 3, Thompson 2,
Exacta (5-3) $161 Quinella (3-5) $83 Jamie Lovemark, $19,635 ......75-70-78223
Rafael Nadal (4), Spain, def. Dominic Stony Brook 4 .........................Binghamton 1 Marte to Salt Lake (PCL). West 2, Clark, Iguodala, Livingston, McGee,
Brian Stuard, $19,635 ............73-73-77223
Thiem (8), Austria, 7-6 (8), 6-4. SOFTBALL YANKEES : Placed LHP Aroldis Chapman on Pachulia). STL: 13 (Curry 3, Thompson 3,
Justin Thomas, $19,635 ........73-71-79223 the 10-day DL, retroactive to May 13. Re-
BETTING LINE Mens Doubles Molloy 10 ..................................Merrimack 4
Gary Woodland, $19,635 .......70-75-78223 called RHP Chad Green and INF-OF Rob Refs-
Dr.Green 2, Durant, Iguodala, Livingston,
Championship WOMENS LACROSSE nyder from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (IL). Pachulia, West). Tech: Dr.Green, 8:28 third.
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College of New Jersey 19 .Farmingdale State 6 Alex Cejka, $18,900 ..............75-70-79224


SEATTLE MARINERS : Recalled RHP Dan Al- San Antonio .......30 32 28 21 111
PREGAME.COM LINE Lukasz Kubot, Poland, and Marcelo Melo Stony Brook 13 ....................Northwestern 9 Ben Crane, $18,900 ................71-75-78224 tavilla from Tacoma (PCL). Placed RHP Ryan
(4), Brazil, def. Nicolas Mahut and Edouard Golden State .......16 26 39 32 113
HOME TEAM IN CAPS Roger-Vasselin (6), France, 7-5, 6-3. NATIONAL RESULTS
Grayson Murray, $18,900 ......74-72-78224 Weber on 10-day DL. Announced RHP Jean
Matt Kuchar, $18,480 ...........73-71-81225 Machi cleared waivers and was sent outright NBA CALENDAR
NATIONAL LEAGUE to Tacoma (PCL).
MENS LACROSSE PORTUGAL OPEN May 9-14 Draft combine, Chicago.
Favorite Line Underdog Line Maryland 13 ..................................Bryant 10 National League
ARIZONA -123 Mets +113 LACROSSE Notre Dame 15 ..........................Marquette 9 At Portimao, Portugal Par 73 ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS : Placed C Chris
May 16 Draft lottery.
SAN DIEGO -115 Milwaukee +105 Ohio State 7 .....................................Loyola 4 Matt Wallace, England ....63-66-73-69271 Iannetta on the 7-day concussion DL, retroac- June 1 NBA Finals begin.
NEWSDAY, MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017

SAN FRANCISCO OFF Los Angeles OFF MAJOR LEAGUE LACROSSE Onondaga 15 ...............................Howard 14 Julian Suri, United States 67-68-74-65274 tive to May 13. Recalled RHP Silvino Bracho June 12 NBA draft early-entry withdrawal
WOMENS LACROSSE Matt Pavon, France ..........68-69-70-69276 from Reno (PCL). deadline.
AMERICAN LEAGUE W L PCT GB Boston College 21 ......................Syracuse 10 SAN DIEGO PADRES : Activated RHP Jarred
Favorite Line Underdog Line Brockport 17...................................Denison 7 Sebastian Heisele, Germany.64-70-71-72277 Cosart from the 10-day DL. Optioned RHP June 18 NBA Finals latest possible date.
CLEVELAND -165 Tampa Bay +155 Denver .......................4 0 1.000 - Catholic (DC)20 .....Washington & Jefferson1 Sam Walker, England ......69-69-68-71277 Kevin Quackenbush to El Paso (PCL). June 22 NBA draft.
LOS ANGELES -165 Chicago +155 Ohio ...........................2 1 .667 11/2 Ithaca 11 ...........................Wesleyan (CT) 10
Lizards .......................2 1 .667 11/2 Maryland 21 ..............................High Point 6
Ben Evans, England .........68-68-73-69278 American Association
SEATTLE -125 Oakland +115
Chesapeake ................2 1 .667 11/2 Marymount 11 ........................Misericordia 3 Oliver Fisher, England.......69-72-68-69278 CLEBURNE RAILROADERS : Signed RHP WNBA
INTERLEAGUE Messiah 14 ...................................Cortland13 Mark Foster, England........70-72-67-69278 Jorge Martinez.
Rochester ..................2 2 .500 2 Middlebury 10 ...................................Colby 9 KANSAS CITY T-BONES : Signed RHP Grant Yesterday
Favorite Line Underdog Line Florida.........................1 2 .333 21/2 Tapio Pulkkanen, Finland ..69-70-69-70278
Navy 23 ............................Massachusetts 11 Sides. Washington 89 ....................San Antonio 74
MIAMI -105 Houston -105 North Carolina 23..........................Virginia 12 Macus Armitage, England 70-68-71-70279 WINNIPEG GOLDEYES : Signed LHP Joean-
Atlanta ......................1 2 .333 21/2 Dallas 68 ....................................Phoenix 58
TORONTO -135 Atlanta +125 Penn State 19 .................James Madison 14 Erik Van Rooyen, South Africa.68-69-72-70279 thony Rivera.
Boston .......................1 3 .250 3 Minnesota 70................................Chicago 61
NBA Princeton 11.....................................Cornell 9 Thomas Linard, France .....68-75-69-68280 Can-Am League
Charlotte ....................1 4 .200 31/2 Rhodes16 ......................Illinois Wesleyan 10
FAVORITE LINE O/U UNDERDOG Robert Rock, England ......69-69-72-70280 NEW JERSEY JACKALS : Released LHP Joe Seattle 87 .....................................Indiana 82
Saturday Salisbury 7 ..................................Hamilton 5
BOSTON 5 2191/2 Washington Lizards 14 ...................................Atlanta 12 Southern California 15 ...................Florida 12 Pontus Widegren, Sweden....73-70-72-65280 Testa. Wednesday
NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Denver 15 ........................................Florida 8 Trinity (CT) 16 .................................Babson 5 Jamie Abbott, England ....70-71-71-69281 Indiana at Phoenix, 10 p.m.
Washington & Lee 8 ......Mary Washington 2 COLLEGE
Favorite Line Underdog Line Rochester 14 .................................Boston 10 William Smith 15 ..............Westfield State 1 Ryan Evans, England .......71-68-71-71281 DELAWARE : Named Natasha Adair Thursday
PITTSBURGH -190 Ottawa +175 Chesapeake 17 ..........................Charlotte 16 York 5 .................................St. John Fisher 4 Pedro Oriol, Spain ............68-70-72-71281 womens basketball coach. Minnesota at Liberty, 7 p.m.
SPORTS A43

AUTO RACING HISTORY


NASCAR
GO BOWLING 400
Saturday Night
D.Earnhardt, 1 time for 1 lap; E.Jones, 1 time
for 1 lap; T.Bayne, 1 time for 0 laps.
Wins: J.Johnson, 2; B.Keselowski, 2;
94; K.Busch 95-125; B.Rhodes 126-128;
K.Busch 129-141; B.Rhodes 142-159;
K.Busch 160-167
THIS DATE IN SPORTS
May 15
1876: Vagrant, ridden by Robert Swim, wins
IN BRIEF
M.Truex, 2; Ku.Busch, 1; K.Larson, 1; Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Led, Laps the second Kentucky Derby by two lengths
At Kansas City, Kan. J.Logano, 1; R.Newman, 1; R.Stenhouse, 1. Led): K.Busch, 7 times for 84 laps; C.Bell, 4 over Creedmoor.
Lap length: 1.50 miles
(Start position in parentheses)
Top 16 in Points: 1. K.Larson, 475; 2. times for 33 laps; B.Rhodes, 4 times for 21 1918: The Preakness, run in two divisions, is TENNIS
M.Truex, 431; 3. B.Keselowski, 408; 4. C.El- laps; G.Enfinger, 1 time for 13 laps. won by War Cloud, ridden by Johnny Loftus
1. (3) Martin Truex Jr, Toyota, 267 laps, 0 liott, 361; 5. J.McMurray, 354; 6. K.Harvick, Wins: C.Bell, 1; K.Busch, 1; K.Grala, 1. in the first half. Jack Hare, Jr., ridden by C.
rating, 57 points. 347; 7. Ky.Busch, 325; 8. J.Johnson, 323; 9. Top 10 in Points: 1. J.Sauter, 189; 2. C.Bell, Peak, wins the second half. Nadal wins third straight title
2. (17) Brad Keselowski, Ford, 267, 0, 41. J.Logano, 320; 10. C.Bowyer, 317; 11. 187; 3. M.Crafton, 145; 4. C.Briscoe, 135; 5. 1937: War Admiral, ridden by Charles
3. (8) Kevin Harvick, Ford, 267, 0, 38. R.Blaney, 291; 12. D.Hamlin, 289; 13. R.Sten- T.Peters, 134; 6. K.Grala, 132; 7. B.Rhodes, Kurtsinger, battles Pompoon head-to-head
Rafael Nadal defeated Dominic Thiem, 7-6 (8), 6-4, in
4. (1) Ryan Blaney, Ford, 267, 0, 51. house, 276; 14. T.Bayne, 250; 15. Ku.Busch, 129; 8. G.Enfinger, 117; 9. B.Moffitt, 107; 10. from the top of the stretch and wins the the Madrid Open final yesterday to win his third straight
5. (5) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 267, 0, 48. 246; 16. K.Kahne, 242. R.Smith, 106. Preakness Stakes by a head.
6. (9) Kyle Larson, Chevrolet, 267, 0, 47. NASCAR Driver Rating Formula 1948: Citation, ridden by Eddie Arcaro, wins
title. Fifth-ranked Nadal withstood a tough challenge
7. (15) Daniel Suarez, Toyota, 267, 0, 30. A maximum of 150 points can be attained in FORMULA 1 the Preakness Stakes by 51/2; lengths over from ninth-ranked Thiem, converting on his fourth
8. (12) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet, 267, 0, a race. Vulcans Forge.
36. The formula combines the following cate-
SPANISH GRAND PRIX
1971: Canonero II, ridden by Gustavo Avila,
match point to earn his 15th straight victory on clay.
gories: Wins, Finishes, Top-15 Finishes, Aver- At Barcelona, Spain posts a 11/2;-length victory over Eastern The triumph at his home tournament gave Nadal his
9. (30) Clint Bowyer, Ford, 267, 0, 28.
age Running Position While on Lead Lap, Av- Lap length: 2.892 miles Fleet in the Preakness Stakes.
10. (16) Trevor Bayne, Ford, 267, 0, 27. 72nd career title and 52nd on clay. It was the Spaniards
erage Speed Under Green, Fastest Lap, Led 1. Lewis Hamilton, Britain, Mercedes GP, 1981: Len Barker of Cleveland pitches the
11. (4) Ricky Stenhouse Jr, Ford, 267, 0, 26.
1:35:56.497 first perfect game in 13 years as the Indians second straight win against the 23-year-old Austrian, two
12. (14) Matt Kenseth, Toyota, 267, 0, 28. TOYOTA TUNDRA 250 2. Sebastian Vettel, Germany, Ferrari,
13. (35) Michael McDowell, Chevrolet, 267, beat the Toronto Blue Jays 3-0 at Municipal
0, 24.
Saturday 1:35:59.987. Stadium. weeks after he beat him in the Barcelona Open final.
At Kansas City, Kan. 3. Daniel Ricciardo, Australia, Red Bull,
14. (22) Ty Dillon, Chevrolet, 267, 0, 23. Lap length: 1.50 miles 1:37:12.317.
1990: Petr Klima ends a bizarre NHL Nadal also won in Monte Carlo last month. Nadal, a
marathon. His goal at 15:13 of the third over-
15. (31) Kasey Kahne, Chevrolet, 267, 0, 28.
16. (11) Austin Dillon, Chevrolet, 267, 0, 21.
(Start position in parentheses) 4. Sergio Perez, Mexico, Force India, 1 lap time wins the longest game in Stanley Cup fi- 14-time Grand Slam champion who missed much of last
1. (10) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 167 laps, 0 rat- behind.
17. (34) David Ragan, Ford, 267, 0, 20. ing, 0 points. 5. Esteban Ocon, France, Force India, 1 lap.
nals history for the Edmonton Oilers a 3-2 year because of a wrist injury, has won 30 of his last 32
series-opening victory over the Boston Bru-
18. (20) Chris Buescher, Chevrolet, 267, 0,
19.
2. (3) Johnny Sauter, Chevrolet, 167, 0, 49. 6. Nico Hulkenberg, Germany, Renault, 1 ins in a game delayed 25 minutes by a light- sets going into the tournament in Rome this week. Then
3. (14) John Hunter Nemechek, Chevrolet, lap.
19. (6) Kurt Busch, Ford, 267, 0, 19. 167, 0, 45. 7. Carlos Sainz, Spain, Scuderia Toro Rosso,
ing problem. he will try to win his 10th title at Roland Garros, where he
1993: Prairie Bayou, ridden by Mike Smith,
20. (33) Dale Earnhardt Jr, Chevrolet, 267,
0, 17.
4. (1) Christopher Bell, Toyota, 167, 0, 51. 1 lap. rebounds from a second-place finish in the won his last Grand Slam title three years ago.
5. (11) Chase Briscoe, Ford, 167, 0, 42. 8. Pascal Wehrlein, Germany, Sauber-Fer- Kentucky Derby to become the first gelding
21. (36) Landon Cassill, Ford, 267, 0, 16. 6. (5) Ryan Truex, Toyota, 167, 0, 38. rari, 1 lap. to win the Preakness in 79 years.
22. (32) Erik Jones, Toyota, 267, 0, 17.
23. (7) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 267, 0, 22.
7. (7) Brett Moffitt, Toyota, 167, 0, 34. 9. Daniil Kvyat, Russia, Scuderia Toro 1998: Se Ri Pak shoots a 68 at the LPGA HOCKEY
8. (6) Kaz Grala, Chevrolet, 167, 0, 29. Rosso, 1 lap. Championship for a two-day total of 9-under
24. (29) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 267, 0, 9. (12) Justin Haley, Chevrolet, 167, 0, 28. 10. Romain Grosjean, France, Haas F1, 1 133 the lowest 36-hole score in the his-
18. 10. (16) Austin Cindric, Ford, 167, 0, 27. lap. tory of the tournament. United States crushes Slovakia
25. (37) Reed Sorenson, Chevrolet, 267, 0, 11. (15) Grant Enfinger, Toyota, 167, 0, 33. 11. Marcus Ericsson, Sweden, Sauber-Fer-
12. 12. (18) Regan Smith, Ford, 167, 0, 25. rari, 2 laps.
1998: Notah Begay III joins Al Geiberger and The United States defeated Slovakia, 6-1, in Cologne,
Chip Beck as the only players to shoot a 59
26. (26) Cole Whitt, Chevrolet, 266, 0, 11. 13. (9) Timothy Peters, Toyota, 167, 0, 24. 12. Fernando Alonso, Spain, McLaren, 2 on a U.S. pro tour. He does it at the Nike Old Germany, to stretch its winning run at the Ice Hockey
27. (38) Corey Lajoie, Toyota, 265, 0, 10. 14. (19) Tyler Young, Chevrolet, 167, 0, 23. laps.
28. (39) Timmy Hill, Chevrolet, 259, 0, 0. 15. (21) Austin Wayne Self, Chevrolet, 166, 13. Felipe Massa, Brazil, Williams, 2 laps.
Dominion Open. World Championships to five games ahead of its Group
1999: Charismatic wins the Preakness and a
29. (10) Chase Elliott, Chevrolet, 258, 0, 8. 0, 22. 14. Kevin Magnussen, Denmark, Haas F1, 2 chance to become the 12th Triple Crown A showdown with Russia tomorrow. Johnny Gaudreau
30. (21) AJ Allmendinger, Chevrolet, 257, 0, 16. (2) Matt Crafton, Toyota, 166, 0, 28. laps.
7. 17. (25) Matt Mills, Chevrolet, 165, 0, 20. 15. Jolyon Palmer, Britain, Renault, 2 laps.
champion, finishing 11/2; lengths ahead of had two goals and Jimmy Howard made 19 saves for the
Menifee. Its the 12th Triple Crown race vic-
31. (40) Carl Long, Chevrolet, 256, 0, 0. 18. (20) Ross Chastain, Chevrolet, 164, 0, 0. 16. Lance Stroll, Canada, Williams, 2 laps. tory for trainer D. Wayne Lukas. Earlie in the Americans, who have secured a quarterfinal berth. Kevin
32. (23) Matt DiBenedetto, Ford, 243, 0, 5. 19. (24) Jordan Anderson, Chevrolet, 163, 0, Did Not Finish
33. (27) Jeffrey Earnhardt, Chevrolet, 243, 18. 17. Valtteri Bottas, Finland, Mercedes GP,
day, Lee Chang Ferrell, a patron in the Pim- Hayes and Brady Skjei played their first game for the
lico infield, jumps onto the track in mid-
0, 4. 20. (30) Spencer Boyd, Chevrolet, 163, 0, 38 laps. stretch and interferes with the running of United States following the Rangers elimination from
34. (25) Gray Gaulding, Toyota, 231, 0, 3. 17. 18. Stoffel Vandoorne, Belgium, McLaren,
35. (18) Paul Menard, Chevrolet, accident, 21. (23) Kevin Donahue, Chevrolet, 163, 0, 32 laps.
the Maryland Breeders Cup Handicap. The the NHL playoffs. The Americans moved to the top of
race winner, Yes Its True, avoids the trouble,
202, 0, 2. 16. 19. Max Verstappen, Netherlands, Red Bull, but wagers on fifth-place finisher Artax are Group A, one point ahead of Russia, which has a game in
36. (24) Danica Patrick, Ford, accident, 199, 22. (32) Cody Ware, Chevrolet, 162, 0, 15. 1 laps.
0, 1. 23. (8) Ben Rhodes, Toyota, engine, 160, 0, 20. Kimi Raikkonen, Finland, Ferrari, 0 laps.
refunded due to the incident. hand. The Russians face Latvia today.
2003: The three-year championship reign of
37. (2) Joey Logano, Ford, accident, 199, 0, 26. Driver Standings the Los Angeles Lakers ends. Tim Duncan
2.
38. (13) Aric Almirola, Ford, accident, 199,
24. (27) Norm Benning, Chevrolet, 160, 0,
13.
1. Sebastian Vettel, Germany, Ferrari, 104
point.
has 37 points and 16 rebounds, and Tony
Parker adds 27 points to help the San Anto-
SOCCER
0, 1. 25. (17) Travis Miller, Chevrolet, vibration, 2. Lewis Hamilton, Britain, Mercedes GP 98. nio Spurs overpower the Lakers 110-82 to
39. (28) Derrike Cope, Chevrolet, engine,
179, 0, 1.
109, 0, 12.
26. (13) Cody Coughlin, Toyota, transmis-
3. Valtteri Bottas, Finland, Mercedes GP 63.
4. Kimi Raikkonen, Finland, Ferrari 49.
win the Western Conference semifinal series
4-2.
NYC FC ties, Red Bulls lose
40. (19) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, garage, sion, 84, 0, 11. 5. Daniel Ricciardo, Australia, Red Bull 37. 2004: With one breathtaking surge, Smarty Thomas McNamara scored in the 68th minute to give
154, 0, 1. 27. (28) Jennifer Jo Cobb, Chevrolet, 6. Max Verstappen, Netherlands, Red Bull
Race Statistics brakes, 82, 0, 10. 35.
Jones posts a record 111/2;-length victory in NYC FC a 1-1 tie at Dallas. NYC (5-3-2, 17 points) remains
the Preakness. Rock Hard Ten, in his fourth
Average Speed of Race Winner: 117.640 28. (4) Noah Gragson, Toyota, clutch, 68, 0, 7. Sergio Perez, Mexico, Force India 34. start, finishes strong for second ahead of Ed- in fourth place in the MLS Eastern Conference . . . Ro-
mph. 9. 8. Esteban Ocon, France, Force India 19.
Time of Race: 3 hours, 24 minutes, 16 sec- 29. (31) Todd Peck, Chevrolet, brakes, 29, 0, 9. Felipe Massa, Brazil, Williams 18.
dington.
2005: Annika Sorenstam cruises to a
main Alessandrini scored two early goals a minute apart
onds. 8. 10. Carlos Sainz, Spain, Scuderia Toro Rosso 10-stroke win in the Chick-fil-A Charity as the Los Angeles Galaxy earned a 3-1 win over the Red
Margin of Victory: 1.1 seconds. 30. (26) Camden Murphy, Chevrolet, electri- 17. Championship, finishing with a 23-under 265 Bulls (5-6-1, 16 points) to end their 19-game home un-
Caution Flags: 15 for 61 laps. cal, 27, 0, 7. 11. Nico Hulkenberg, Germany, Renault 14. total, matching the biggest 72-hole win of
Lead Changes: 21 among 9 drivers. 31. (29) Wendell Chavous, Chevrolet, acci- 12. Romain Grosjean, France, Haas F1 5. her career. beaten streak. AP
Lap Leaders: R.Blaney 1-9; M.Truex 10-52; dent, 21, 0, 6. 13. Pascal Wehrlein, Germany, Sauber-Fer- 2011: Finland scores five late goals to beat
K.Harvick 53-62; Ky.Busch 63-82; M.Truex 32. (22) Stewart Friesen, Chevrolet, acci- rari 4. Sweden 6-1 and claim its second title at the
83-99; Ky.Busch 100-138; R.Blaney 139; dent, 16, 0, 5. 14. Kevin Magnussen, Denmark, Haas F1 4. ice hockey world championship. The Finns HORSE RACING
C.Bowyer 140-142; R.Blaney 143-163; Race Statistics 15. Daniil Kvyat, Russia, Scuderia Toro Rosso also beat rival Sweden in the 1995 final.
Ku.Busch 164-166; R.Blaney 167-179; Average Speed of Race Winner: 108.478 4. 2015: WNBA stars Brittney Griner and Glory
M.Truex 180-195; R.Blaney 196-198; M.Truex mph. Manufacturers Standings Johnson are suspended seven games each Preakness hopeful fractures leg
199-204; R.Blaney 205-217; D.Earnhardt Time of Race: 2 hours, 18 minutes, 34 sec- 1. Mercedes GP, 161. for their domestic violence arrest on April 22 Royal Mo suffered a career-ending leg injury at Pim-
218-219; T.Bayne 220; R.Blaney 221-242; onds. 2. Ferrari, 153. the leagues longest ban in its 19-year his-
M.Truex 243-245; E.Jones 246-247; R.Blaney Margin of Victory: 2.622 seconds. 3. Red Bull, 72. tory. The suspension represents more one- lico Race Course while training for Saturdays Preakness
248; M.Truex 249-267 Caution Flags: 11 for 46 laps. 4. Force India, 53. fifth of the 34-game regular season. Stakes. The 3-year-old colt fractured his inside right front
Leaders Summary (Driver, Times Led, Laps Lead Changes: 15 among 4 drivers. 5. Scuderia Toro Rosso, 21. 2015: Stephen Curry scores 32 points, includ-
Led): M.Truex, 6 times for 98 laps; R.Blaney, Lap Leaders: C.Bell 1-22; K.Busch 23-42; 6. Williams, 18. ing a 62-footer to end the third quarter, and sesamoid bone, although it is not life-threatening. Royal
8 times for 75 laps; Ky.Busch, 2 times for 57 C.Bell 43; G.Enfinger 44-57; C.Bell 58-70; 7. Renault, 14. Golden State advance to its first Western Mo was ready to run in the Kentucky Derby on May 6 but
laps; K.Harvick, 1 time for 9 laps; C.Bowyer, 1 K.Busch 71-82; C.Bell 83; K.Busch 84-87; 8. Haas F1, 9. Conference finals since 1976 by beating
time for 2 laps; Ku.Busch, 1 time for 2 laps; B.Rhodes 88-90; K.Busch 91-93; B.Rhodes 9. Sauber-Ferrari, 4. Memphis 108-95. did not draw in from the also-eligible list. ED McNAMARA

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SPORTS
MLB REPORT

Leaky pen but

Nats earn split


Nationals ace Max
Scherzer took a line drive off
his left knee but endured six
innings, and Michael Taylor
hit a go-ahead two-run homer
in the eighth as host Washing-
ton overcame another dodgy
bullpen outing for a 6-5 vic-
tory and a doubleheader split
with the Phillies last night.
Bryce Harper went 3-for-4

KATHLEEN MALONE-VAN DYKE


with an RBI double in Game

GETTY IMAGES / MITCHELL LAYTON


2. He also hit his 12th home
run in Game 1, but Philadel-
phia won the opener of the
day-night affair, 4-3, after
Washingtons third blown
save in six games.
In Game 2, Freddy Galvis
Stony Brooks Kylie Ohlmiller had a goal and two assists during her teams key 6-1 second-half run. gave Philadelphia another
lead against the bullpen when

Level cleared
his two-run triple off Jacob Former Met Ty Kelly singles in
Turner (2-1) put the Phillies the go-ahead run in the ninth
ahead 5-4 in the eighth before to lift the Phils in Game 1 win.
Taylors heroics.
In Game 1, Ty Kelly hit a iting Pittsburgh.
tiebreaking single in Philadel- Royals 9, Orioles 8: Mike
phias three-run ninth. Moustakas homered and drove
Stony Brook (20-1) SCORECARD I think Ive just worked hard
every day before practice, Mc-
Between games, Nationals
manager Dusty Baker said he
in four to help host Kansas City
rally from five runs down.
advances to first
NCAA quarterfinal 13 : 9
Carthy said. It doesnt really
matter what I did the other day,
it matters what I do today.
is open to a move to bolster
his faltering bullpen.
Youre always pushing for
Rays 11, Red Sox 2: Steven
Souza Jr. hit a three-run homer
as visiting Tampa Bay beat Bos-
STONY BROOK NORTHWESTERN Kristin Yevoli assisted Kylie a trade, but there aint nobody ton for just the sixth time in 20
Ohlmillers tying goal at the trading right now, he said. meetings a day after striking
BY KENNY DeJOHN NCAA start of the game-changing run Sometimes you have no out 16 times in a loss.
Saturday
kenny.dejohn@newsday.com quarterfinal and filled the boxscore with a choice but to have patience. Blue Jays 3, Mariners 2: Kevin
Stony Brook at Maryland goal, assist, two ground balls, Nobodys going to drop you Pillar homered with two outs
The second round of the Radio: WUSB (90.1), noon two caused turnovers and two down a knockdown closer out in the ninth as host Toronto
NCAA Tournament had once draw controls of the sky until theres some swept its four-game series.
proven an insurmountable hur- I dont want the season to teams out of it. Justin Smoak added a two-run
dle for the Stony Brook womens We felt a good amount of end. Its my senior year, Yevoli Cardinals 5, Cubs 0: Yadier homer for the Blue Jays.
lacrosse team, and that included pressure in this game, said said of her extra motivations. Molina homered twice and Angels 4, Tigers 1: Mike Trout
losses in two of the past three coach Joe Spallina, whose team This is a special group, and I Adam Wainwright threw seven homered in his third straight
seasons to Syracuse. has won 15 straight. It was knew it from the beginning. shutout innings for host St. game and Alex Meyer pitched
So when Northwestern took a more of us taking that next step When Northwestern chal- Louis, winners of eight of nine. three-hit ball into the seventh
two-goal lead midway through as a program, as a legitimate lenged in the second half, Stony Marlins 3, Braves 1: Tyler inning for host Los Angeles.
the first half yesterday, it seemed title contender. Brooks Brooke Gubitosi, Jessica Moore hit a three-run homer Danny Espinosa hit a tiebreak-
as if the Round 2 woes might con- Ohlmiller, who saw a face- Volpe and the defense took over. in the seventh to spoil a ing homer off Justin Verlander
tinue for the host Seawolves. guard for most of the game, had Gubitosi had six ground balls shutout bid by R.A. Dickey. (3-3) in the seventh.
They were pressing, forcing two goals and four assists. and six caused turnovers, several Rockies 9, Dodgers 6: Pat Indians 8, Twins 3: Jason Kip-
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passes and shots that werent of Taryn Ohlmiller scored twice of which led to scores from the Valaika homered twice and nis was 4-for-5 with two ho-
the high-percentage variety in during the 6-1 spurt and had offense. Having Brooke is like drove in four runs, and Anto- mers and four RBIs for host
which theyd thrived on this sea- three goals and an assist. having the best free safety in the nio Senzatela (6-1) gave up four Cleveland.
son. Things changed in the sec- While the Ohlmillers were in- game, Spallina said. In order to runs in five innings to get the Rangers 6, Athletics 4: No-
ond half, though, leading Stony tegral to the outcome, there do what she does, I think she win in an emotional start for mar Mazara had the go-ahead
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Brook to a program-first. were plenty of other contribu- shows her lacrosse IQ. Shes just host Colorado. Senzatela was hit for the second game in a
Kylie Ohlmiller scored a goal tors who put Stony Brook over such a ball hawk. pitching on Mothers Day for row as host Texas extended
and assisted on two others dur- the top after the Seawolves Other contributors included the first time since his mom its winning streak to six.
ing a 6-1 run over nearly 13 min- trailed 7-6 early in the second. Ally Kennedy (two goals), died of breast cancer last July. White Sox 9, Padres 3: Mel-
utes in the second half, leading Keri McCarthy won nine Samantha DiSalvo (two) and Giants 8, Reds 3: Brandon ky Cabrera had a key two-
the eighth-seeded Seawolves to draws against Babylons Shelby Alyssa Guido (goal, assist). Belt hit his third home run in run single in host Chicagos
a 13-9 win over Northwestern Fredericks, who entered the Their play helped overcome a four games as host San Fran- eight-run eighth inning.
(11-10). game third in the country in first-half deficit and an aggres- cisco got its first three-game Shortstop Luis Sardinas
Stony Brook (20-1) visits No. 1 draws won per game (8.42). On sive Northwestern team. winning streak of the season. booted a potential double-
Maryland at noon Saturday in March 5, when Stony Brook Early on in the game, I feel Pirates 6, Diamondbacks 4: play grounder that could
the programs first appearance in beat Northwestern, 13-5, Mc- like we took a punch and gave Jose Osuna hit a two-run have made it a scoreless in-
the NCAA quarterfinals. Carthy won one draw. two back, Gubitosi said. homer in the 10th inning for vis- ning for the Padres. AP
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STANLEY CUP NBA PLAYOFFS


PLAYOFFS

Ducks Warriors dig out of hole


get even Rally after being SCORECARD
out West down 25; Spurs
113 : 111
ANAHEIM, Calif. The
Anaheim Ducks were down a Leonard injured WARRIORS SPURS
game in the Western Confer-
ence finals and trailed 2-0 BY JANIE MCCAULEY
early in Game 2 last night The Associated Press riors found a way to keep their
against Pekka Rinne, the most unblemished postseason
dominant goalie in these Stan- OAKLAND, Calif. Stephen record alive at 9-0.
ley Cup playoffs. Curry started the rally in the Game 2 is tomorrow night at
Thats when Sami Vatanen third quarter to get Golden Oracle Arena.
got the puck and thought he State going, and Kevin Durant Curry scored 19 points in the
saw a sliver of room over was determined to do his part third quarter and went 7-for-16
Rinnes shoulder. in the fourth. on threes and 14-for-26 overall.
So I just closed my eyes Two of the biggest stars on Leonard first went down
and shot it in there, Vatanen one side delivered when the best after stepping on a teammates
said with his usual Finnish player on the other went down. foot along the bench after tak-
deadpan delivery. Curry scored 40 points and hit ing a shot. Pachulia later slid
Once they opened a crack a tying three-pointer with 1:48 re- into him as he came down from
in Rinne and the Nashville maining, and the Warriors ral- shooting and Leonard fell into
Predators, the Ducks started lied after Kawhi Leonard was the Spurs bench, grabbing his
a deluge that evened the se- lost to an ankle injury to beat the ankle.
ries. Nick Ritchie broke a tie San Antonio Spurs, 113-111, yester- Losing Leonard could be the
late in the second period, and day in Game 1 of the Western story of this series, although
Anaheim roared back from Conference finals. coach Gregg Popovich had no
that early two-goal deficit for Its the playoffs. Youve got update except that Leonard

EPA / MONICA M. DAVEY


a 5-3 victory. to expect everything, Curry hurt the same foot. He shot
Game 3 is tomorrow night said. I wouldnt call it smooth 7-for-13 in 23 minutes to go with
in Nashville. sailing at all. Weve actually eight rebounds and three as-
Just when the Ducks ap- had to execute and get to this sists. He made all 11 of his free
peared to be in serious dan- point. They came out and chal- throws.
ger of losing two home games lenged us heavy, put a nice little Its a tough break, Manu Gi-
to start their second straight run together. Stephen Curry, driving against Spurs David Lee, hit three-pointer to nobili said. Hes coming from
series, they made a surge of It took us a minute to figure it tie the score with 1:48 remaining and led Warriors with 40 points. an injury on that ankle and he
four goals in less than 19 min- out to get up to that game speed tweaked it twice in the last
utes. after this little break. Its defi- Leonard left in the third quar- 11 points and nine rebounds. minute he played. So we
Everybody says we go nitely a nice way to win Game 1. ter after he reinjured his left Leonard had 26 points and couldnt react to his absence.
about it the hard way, but as Weve got to capitalize off that ankle, and the Warriors capital- eight rebounds. LaMarcus Durant repeatedly has spo-
long as we get the job done, and start Game 2 a lot better. ized with an 18-0 run. Aldridge delivered another ken of elevating his game when
said John Gibson, who made Draymond Green gave Durant scored 10 straight clutch playoff performance with it matters most.
30 saves. Golden State the lead for good points during a key fourth-quar- 28 points and eight boards. Steph got us going in the
Vatanen, Jakob Silfverberg on a three-point play after the ter stretch on the way to 34 Somehow, these unusually third, I just tried to do my part
and Ondrej Kase also scored Warriors trailed by 25 points. points, and Zaza Pachulia had careless, cold-shooting War- in the fourth, Durant said.
for the Ducks before Antoine
Vermette added an empty-

STEADY KIM DEFIES AGE, WINS PLAYERS


netter. The Predators hadnt
allowed four goals in any
game during this playoff run
before Anaheim got five in
front of its sellout crowd. Si Woo Kim of South Korea Choi won], I was dreaming that bush. He took a penalty drop,
I wish we didnt get became the youngest winner of I really want to be in this tour- then hit wedge over the trees

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down in the first place, but I The Players Championship nament, Kim said through a and nearly holed it, tapping in
think we have three or four with a game and nerves well be- translator. And Im very glad I for par. He tied for second with
lines that get going and just yond his 21 years. could practice with him. He Louis Oosthuizen (73).
keep punching through, On a TPC Sawgrass course in gave me a lot of advice. Thats Third-round co-leader J.B.
Ducks forward Rickard Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, why I could do well. Holmes shot a 40 on the front,

NEWSDAY, MONDAY, MAY 15, 2017


Rakell said. where anything can go wrong The only drama at the end hit two shots in the water on
Rinne made 22 saves and without notice, Kim was the came from Ian Poulter (71), who the 17th, and finished with an
Ryan Johansen, James Neal only player to go bogey-free was happy just to be here. Poul- 84. It was the worst finish by a
and Filip Forsberg scored for yesterday and he closed with a ter, who only two weeks ago was 54-hole leader in tournament
AP / LYNNE SLADKY

the Predators. AP 3-under-par 69 for a three-shot spared his full PGA Tour status history.
victory in golfs biggest tourna- because of a clerical oversight, Defending champion Jason
SCORECARD ment this side of the majors.
Kim becomes the second
was the only player to challenge
Kim until he ran out of holes. He
Day closed with an 80, keep-
ing intact the streak of no win-

5 : 3
player from South Korea to win
The Players Championship,
joining K.J. Choi in 2011.
pushed his approach to the 18th
so far to the right that it caromed
off hospitality tents and bounced
ner ever repeating in the Play-
ers. Rickie Fowler, who won
the year before that, closed
Si Woo Kim, 21, only the second
Korean to win the Players, also
DUCKS PREDATORS From that moment [when off a cart path into a palmetto with a 79. AP won the Wyndham title last year.
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A battered bullpen
After deGroms SCORECARD an implosion seem inevitable.
In the bottom of the eighth,
and Jeurys Familias potential
season-ending surgery.
SPENT PEN
The Mets burned-out bullpen
exit, it implodes
for seven runs
11 : 9
Brewers catcher Manny Pia
capped the comeback with a
three-run homer against Addi-
Collins was still fuming
after his ninth-inning argu-
ment with home-plate umpire
had a tough time yesterday
against the Brewers.

5 7 3
BREWERS METS son Reed, who was punished Phil Cuzzi, who ejected Neil
for leaving a slider over the Walker for arguing balls and
BY MARC CARIG Mets heart of the plate. strikes. But frustration boiled
Tonight
marc.carig@newsday.com at Arizona As the ball cleared the over from all corners of the
TV: SNY, 9:40 p.m. fence, Pia spiked his bat like clubhouse, from Walker grous- HITS RUNS WALKS
MILWAUKEE Over nine Radio: WOR (710) a football, then hopped down ing about the strike zone, to
excruciating innings, the Mets the first-base line, the final deGrom allowing four runs 8-3. Im frustrated.
showcased the ills that have act of humiliation in a trying while failing to pitch deep Indeed, it has been 14 games
knocked their season off three-game series sweep and week. into a game. Again, it caught since a member of the Mets ro-
course, blowing a six-run lead put a positive end to what has You get up in the morning up to the Mets. tation has logged more than six
en route to an 11-9 loss to the been a dreadful week. But the around here and you just dont Its time to start making innings in a game. In that span,
Brewers yesterday afternoon. Brewers knocked out starter know what youre going to face, pitches in those situations, said the starters have averaged 4 1/3
The Mets led 7-1 through Jacob deGrom after six-plus in- said manager Terry Collins, who deGrom, who allowed a leadoff innings an outing with an ERA
five innings and needed just nings, then picked away at a in the last seven days has dealt hit in the seventh, before he of 7.54. The fallout has been felt
nine more outs to avoid a beleaguered bullpen to make with Matt Harveys latest fiasco was pulled with the Mets ahead in the bullpen, which was
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Jacob deGrom hands ball to manager Terry Collins after the starter began well, but gave up four runs and eight hits in six-plus innings.
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helps bury Mets


tagged for seven runs in their
final two innings.
Jerry Blevins took over with a METS NOTEBOOK
runner on in the seventh and al-

Conforto a beast in middle


lowed Jonathan Villars two-run
homer before walking Eric
Thames. Fernando Salas arrived
next. He allowed a run-scoring
double to Jesus Aguilar that
sliced the Mets lead to 8-6 be- BY MARC CARIG placing Cabrera on the
fore retiring the next three. marc.carig@newsday.com 10-day disabled list, choos-
The Mets scored a run in the ing instead to play short-
eighth on T.J. Riveras triple to MILWAUKEE With Jay handed. But even after treat-
make it 9-6. Collins stuck with Bruce getting a rest yester- ment during yesterdays
Salas to begin the frame. But day, Mets manager Terry game, Cabrera was never
the tiring righty walked Or- Collins figured he had one available to hit.
lando Arcia to start the inning. logical choice to move into Cabrera is hitting .257 in
Two batters later, Villar sin- the third spot of the lineup. 33 games. And dealing with
gled, bringing up Thames with Michael Conforto cele- leg injuries for much of the
one out. brated his return to the mid- season, he has shown dimin-
With Salas up to a season-high dle of the order by falling just ished range at shortstop.
38 pitches, Collins summoned a single shy of the cycle in the Jose Reyes started in Ca-
lefty specialist Josh Edgin, who Mets 11-9 loss to the Brewers. breras place, going 2-for-5
plunked Thames on the elbow to Its all the same for me, in the leadoff spot. His sin-
load the bases. With no margin said Conforto, who had gle in the fifth broke an
for error, Collins tasked Reed found recent success in the 0-for-11 skid and he upped
with a five-out save. leadoff spot. Anywhere I his average to .189 overall.
Hernan Perez poked a fastball hit, Im trying to get on base,
to right, slicing the lead to 9-8. Im trying to drive the ball. May monster
Reed looked to regain some sem- The assignment was noth- Neil Walker continued his
blance of control by striking out ing new for Conforto, who May resurgence, going
Aguilar. But Reed made a mis- made his 39th career start in 3-for-5 with a pair of dou-
take to Pia, who did not miss. the third spot. Though he bles. But he was ejected in
If I had an answer, Id tell hadnt hit there this season, the ninth inning for arguing
you, said Reed, who allowed it didnt take him long to get balls and strikes.
only four homers last season but comfortable. It wasnt just that at-bat,
has given up five in 18 2/3 innings Confortos solo shot into Walker said of his exchange
this season. I havent done any- the upper deck in the first in- with plate umpire Phil
thing different from last year. ning gave the Mets a 1-0 Cuzzi. I felt that where
The Mets had not squandered lead. After walking in the were some calls missed,
a lead of six runs or more since fourth, Conforto knocked in specifically on our side. So I
July 2015, when Familia blew the two runs with a double in decided to let him know.
save in the infamous Rain Game the fifth by going the other Walker also cost the Mets
loss to the Padres. That was the way with a low-and-away a run in the fifth when he
nadir of a season that ended in a fastball. In the seventh, Con- failed to score from third
National League pennant. forto tripled down the left- base before the Brewers
There is no such guarantee field line, past the dive of tagged out Lucas Duda at
of a turnaround on the horizon Eric Thames. second base to complete a
for these Mets, whose road trip Needing a single in the double play.
continues with the start of a eighth for his first cycle Still, Walker upped his
three-game series against the since Little League, Con- May average to .340 with 12
Diamondbacks tonight. We forto popped up. He fin- RBIs after hitting just .195

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have a clubhouse full of veter- ished 3-for-4 with four runs and knocking in 10 runs in
ans, Collins said. They have scored. Hes hitting .412 in 15 April.
all been through a game like games on the road.
this, they have all been through Extra bases
a series like this before. Cabrera hurting Catcher Rene Rivera

a
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Shortstop Asdrubal Cabre- equaled a career high by ex-
ra likely will miss his second tending his hitting streak
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straight game today after ag- to eight games. His two-


gravating a left thumb injury run single in the fifth gave
Im that has plagued him for the
past week.
The way he felt today,
him eight RBIs during that
stretch . . . Pitcher Jacob
deGrom extended his hit-
frustrated. probably not tomorrow,
manager Terry Collins said,
ting streak to four games.
He went 2-for-3, including
Jacob deGrom when asked when Cabrera a well-struck double to the
can return. In the three hole for the first time since 2016, Michael Conforto hit a gap, raising his average to
The Mets have resisted homer, a double and a triple, with four runs scored and three RBIs. .333.
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Yanks earn 1 out

Rally to win first, SCORECARD


lose nightcap on GAME 1

Derek Jeter night YANKEES


11: 6 ASTROS
GAME 2

10 :
BY BRIAN HEYMAN
Special to Newsday

ASTROS
7 YANKEES
The Astros stood along the
railing of their dugout last
night at Yankee Stadium out of Tomorrow
Re2pect to No. 2 on Derek Jeter Yankees
Night, watching the ceremony at Kansas City
to retire his number and unveil TV: YES, 8:15 p.m.
his plaque. Carlos Beltran even Radio: WFAN (660, 101.9)
popped out to present his for-
mer teammate with a mem-
bers-only blazer for the Monu-
ment Park club.
Then the game started, and
Houston didnt show much re-
spect to No. 19 of the Yankees,
Masahiro Tanaka.
After the Yankees rallied to
win the opener of yesterdays
doubleheader, 11-6, the Astros
pounded Tanaka for three
homers and six runs in the first
inning of the night shift. That
escalated quickly. Alex Breg-
man capped the barrage with
his first grand slam.
Tanaka served up two homers
to George Springer in two in-

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nings and allowed eight runs and
seven hits before Joe Girardi
came out for a mercy pulling
with two outs in the second.
Houston held on to win the sec-
ond game, 10-7, giving the team
with MLBs best record three Left, Chase Headley is fired up,
wins in the four-game measur- along with third-base coach
ing-stick series. Joe Espada, after Headleys
It wasnt how we wanted three-run triple in the seventh
JIM MCISAAC

this series to go, Girardi said, inning during Game 1. Above,


but to me we had a chance in Game 2 starter Masahiro Tanaka
three of the four games. was tagged for six runs in first.
Tanaka flashed a bad sign
when Springer opened the game with a homer to right-center. The Astros (26-12) grabbed a a one-out single off Will Harris It was pretty important not
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with a drive to Monument Park. And when Beltran hammered a two-run lead with a three-run (1-1). Jacoby Ellsbury doubled only for myself but the team,
Tanaka flashed another when two-out RBI double off the right- top of the seventh. Gardner to third. Headley said.
Josh Reddick blasted the next center wall, it was 8-0. Tanaka, The Yankees countered with Holliday singled to cut the Chris Carter with a line dou-
pitch off the facing of the second now 5-2 with a 5.80 ERA, got a six-run bottom half high- Yankees deficit to 6-5. Chris De- ble to left to make it 10-6.
deck in right. booed off the mound. His break- lighted by a tiebreaking three- venski replaced Harris and Star- Luis Severino started and
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Bregman, who wears No. 2 in ing pitches were just flat. run triple by a slump-ridden lin Castro greeted him with a lasted just 2 1/3 innings, allow-
honor of Jeter, sent a souvenir I didnt do my job, Tanaka Chase Headley. They were on double to tie it 6-6. ing three runs, six hits and
to the bleachers in left for the said through an interpreter. their way to their 10th come- Aaron Judge, who hit his 14th three walks. Adam Warren
6-0 cushion. They have all the right to boo back victory. homer in the first game, was in- (1-0) got the win despite allow-
It was an unbelievable mo- me. Theres no panic, Headley tentionally passed, loading the ing three runs in the seventh be-
ment, unbelievable experience, It was 9-0 before Charlie Mor- said. Obviously, theres some bases. Didi Gregorius then fore the Yankees rallied.
Bregman said. Its an honor to ton (5-2) gave up four runs in the urgency . . . Obviously, when struck out on three pitches. But the Astros ultimately left
be playing in this game today. fifth, the last three on Matt Holi- youve done it before, I think it So Headley stood in at 1-for- the Stadium feeling satisfied.
Just to be able to witness that days seventh homer. Morton gives you confidence that you last 24. He lined a ball to right- Weve been playing some
whole ceremony was really cool struck out 10 in 5 2/3 innings. can do it again. center that rolled all the way to good baseball, Bregman said.
and Ill never forget it. The day shift went better for Brett Gardner got the sev- the wall to give the Yankees the We have a good thing going
Springer opened the second the Yankees (22-13). enth going for the Yankees with lead for good at 9-6. here.
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of 2 a
Theres nothing
to report on
that. Absolutely
nothing. I think
sometimes stories,
people get
ahead of
themselves.
Derek Jeter

AP / KATHY WILLENS
Derek Jeter, throwing ceremonial first pitch last night, would talk only about Yankees organization.
JIM MCISAAC

Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman, pitching in ninth inning Friday,


revealed he had been dealing with discomfort in throwing shoulder.
Wont comment
Chapman could
be out a month
on bid for Marlins
BY ANTHONY RIEBER Friday said the Bush/Jeter about $300 million of debt.
AND LAURA ALBANESE group was no longer the front- But its not over yet. Jorge
BY BRIAN HEYMAN it, Chapman said through an in- anthony.rieber@newsday.com runner. A group led by Tagg Posada, Jeters closest friend
Special to Newsday terpreter. I was getting treat- laura.albanese@newsday.com Romney, the son of former Re- from their playing days and a
ment, so I believed it was going publican presidential candi- Miami resident, said it would
Joe Girardi said he was to go away with the treatment One thing Derek Jeter has date Mitt Romney, had moved be great to see Jeter in the
shocked to learn Friday night that I was getting. Also, the cold not forgotten in retirement is ahead in the sweepstakes, the owners box at Marlins Park.
after the Yankees loss to Hous- weather I thought was affecting how not to answer a question AP said. He wants to keep winning,
ton that Aroldis Chapman was me a little bit . . . But eventually he doesnt want to answer. Jeter was saying nothing. Posada said. I think the Mar-
complaining of shoulder trouble. it got a little worse. So I basi- Jeter, after his number retire- Theres no reason to even lins, if it happens, it would be
General manager Brian Cash- cally had to say it was more ment/Monument Park plaque get into that right now, he a great move for not only the
man said nothing had been a than I can handle. ceremony at Yankee Stadium said when asked a second organization but the whole
concern until that point. There was all that talk about yesterday, declined to give an time about the Marlins bid. city, having Jeter around. Well
But the closer revealed at a manager Joe Maddon over-us- update on his reported involve- Today is about the Yankees. see if it happens.
news conference before yester- ing Chapman last fall to help ment with former Florida Gov. If I see you at another point, Tino Martinez, a former hit-
days doubleheader against the his Cubs halt their World Se- Jeb Bush in a group that is try- Ill answer those questions. ting coach with the Marlins,
Astros at Yankee Stadium that ries drought that had lasted ing to buy the Miami Marlins. Right now, its about the Yan- said Jeter would be attracted
the shoulder had been bother- more than a century. He ap- Theres nothing to report kee organization. to owning a team because of

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ing him for a couple of weeks. peared five times in the Series. on that, Jeter said. Abso- In the final years of his ca- the challenge it represents.
He had an MRI on Saturday and Its really hard to say that was lutely nothing. reer, Jeter spoke about his de- Trying to win a champi-
was placed on the 10-day dis- the cause, because not too long I think sometimes stories, sire to become a team owner. onship. Trying to build a team,
abled list yesterday with inflam- ago I felt great, Chapman said. people get ahead of them- He is involved in many ven- put a team together to win
mation of the left rotator cuff. Dellin Betances, who had a selves. There was a story that tures now, including publish- championships. I think thats

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Girardi said its bursitis and ten- so-so stint as the closer after people got way ahead of them- ing, but his ultimate goal is to really what he wants to get in-
dinitis. Cashman said he wont Chapman was traded to selves a few weeks back. follow in the footsteps of his volved in.
throw for two weeks. Chicago late last July, will take Theres nothing to report. If Nike pal Michael Jordan and Absent A-Rod. Alex Rod-
So when will he return? over the Yankees closer role. theres something to report, own a franchise. riguez was not among the team-
Youre probably looking at a Righthander Chad Green Ill let you know. Major League Baseball mates who joined Jeter yester-
minimum of a month if every- was summoned from Triple-A The story that Jeter said got would love to have Jeter as day. But A-Rod did post a pic-
thing goes right, Cashman said. to take Chapmans place on the ahead of itself was that the part of an ownership group, ture of himself with Jeter on
Chapman struggled Friday roster. Green entered yester- Bush/Jeter group was close to but it likes cash more. The Twitter with the caption:
night and didnt make it through days game in the third, replac- winning the bidding for the group that gets the Marlins Thank you for the pleasure of
the ninth inning. The same went ing starter Luis Severino, who Marlins, who may be valued at likely will be the one with the playing alongside you for so
for his previous outing. was ineffective. Green allowed as much as $1.3 billion. deepest pockets, because the many years. Congrats, Captain.
I was trying to work through one hit in 3 2/3 innings. An Associated Press report club is said by the AP to have #JeterNight.
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CAPTAIN SALUTED
Mariano, Bernie,
Andy, Jorge, Tino,
BY LAURA ALBANESE
laura.albanese@newsday.com
dressed the media one more
time to talk about his captain.
And when the captain took
feels new again, and even Jeter,
whos been retired from baseball
since 2014, was in midseason
many members of the dynasty
World Series teams, the scout
who discovered Jeter, along with
There was a moment last the diamond wearing a blue form. He didnt get too emo- the fans who packed the Stadium
Joe praise Jeter night when it felt as if Yankee Sta-
dium had been transported 20
suit instead of blue pinstripes
you half expected him to run out
tional other than a few exuber-
ant moments in his career, he
in the second game of a double-
header, all there to fete Jeter. His
years to the past. There was to shortstop. Sure, Derek Jeter is was never the type and kept will be the final single-digit num-
Bernie Williams, smiling wide, 42 years old, but certainly he his speech short. He spoke of ber to be retired by the Yankees,
and Mariano Rivera, trotting must have one more flip in him. Yankees tradition, and tipped his one through nine now all repre-
onto the field to Enter Sand- You know the play: range to his hat to George Steinbrenner. sented in Monument Park. Torre
man. Jorge Posada ban- right, backhand the ball, jump I played here in New York for spoke of him as a first-ballot Hall
tered with Tino Mar- and throw across his body; Mar- 20 years, he said to the crowd. I of Famer, while Andy Pettitte
tinez, and Joe tinez could make the pick at first. learned that time flies and memo- and Rivera marveled at his near-
Torre ad- But thats how it goes when ries fade, but family is forever, mythic drive to win.
the Yankees honor their history, and Ill be eternally grateful to be He was the complete pack-
as they did when they retired the a part of the Yankee family. age, and there were a whole lot
number of the final member of The Yankee family descended more things he could bring to
their Core Four. Everything old en masse, with appearances by the table, not just in the field of
play, Pettitte said. If you ever
needed a big hit in a situation
and especially in the postsea-
son . . . Derek was the absolute
best at handling those at-bats.
Hes the greatest clutch hitter
Ive ever seen.
The 14-time All-Star and five-
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JETER POSTER A26-27
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BY ALL HIS CREW


time Gold Glove winner has five Even now, what do you say?
World Series rings, and his 3,465 Your number is retired by the

Soon to be father picked


hits are tops in team history. The Yankees? Its hard to believe.
Yankees gave him a milestone Those Yankees teams of the
World Series-type ring with his Nineties are lauded as some of
No. 2 in diamonds. The Astros the best ever, and enough time

day as way to honor mom


Carlos Beltran awarded him a has passed for them to recognize
Monument Park blazer. Then the scope of the achievement.
there was the plaque, engraved We never looked back at any-
Derek Sanderson Jeter. After it thing we had accomplished and
was unveiled, Jeter and his wife, it was always like, whats next, be nice to have this special at-bat he hit .308 with an
Hannah, who is expecting their whats next, whats next, and Anthony day on Mothers Day to honor .838 OPS.
first child, began laughing.
We were laughing because
eventually theres nothing next
because youre retired, Jeter
Rieber her and all that shes meant
not only to my career, but she
But Jeters apparently not
sure whether the ice water in
when Bernie had his, he had the said. We all had those same anthony.rieber@newsday.com helped shape who I am today. his veins matters when it comes

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big mole, and when Jorge had mind-sets and I think thats why Who is Derek Jeter today? to changing diapers.
his, he had the big ears; Andy we had success. Looking back, it ne by one, the Hes an entrepreneur, perhaps Asked if he was ready for
had the big nose, Jeter said. So I was a special time, a special pe- Yankees of the one day a team owner, al- the challenges of being a dad,
was happy with mine. riod in Yankee history. late 1990s-early though that was not a subject Jeter said: No. I prided myself
To Torre, Jeter was a dream And one that very officially 2000s dynasty he wanted to discuss amid re- in my career to be prepared at
to manage. He wasnt the most came to a close last night. The have had their mo- ports hes part of a group try- all times. Anytime Im unpre-
talented player, but for some rea- current Yankees have plenty ments in the Bronx. ing to buy the Marlins. pared it makes me uncomfort-
son, you wanted the ball hit to of promise, but theres no Bernie Williams. Paul Jeter is also an impending fa- able. Im unprepared. From
him or at the plate in the most denying that this could be the ONeill. Tino Martinez. Andy ther. In his speech to the ador- what people have told me, you
important moments. last time Jeter and Williams Pettitte. Jorge Posada. Joe Torre. ing sellout crowd, Jeter just do it and see what hap-
There were salutes from Joe and Rivera and Martinez and All have had their numbers re- opened with a shout-out to all pens . . . Im excited, but at the
Namath and Bryce Harper. Posada and Pettitte and Torre tired and/or were honored with the moms out there and his same time, Im nervous.
Mark Messier sent his regards, are on the field together. plaques in Monument Park pregnant wife, Hannah, who Something tells us hell be
and Hideki Matsui and Don Its the end of an era, over the last few years. joined him on the field for the all right. Jeter has always han-
Mattingly taped messages. Posada said. Hes it. Hes the Finally, on Mothers Day, the 40-minute lovefest. dled things well, from being
Its a special day, Jeter said. last one. Yankees held the mother of all Later, Jeter was asked about the shortstop of the World Se-
ceremonies. Derek Sanderson becoming a father for the first ries-winning Yankees as a
Jeter, the captain, had his num- time at the age of 42. Before rookie in 1996, to his four
ber retired its 2, in case you the ceremony, special guest other championship seasons.
Derek Jeter and his didnt know and was hon- after special guest had gushed At the end of his speech, in
wife, Hannah, leave ored with a plaque that joins about how calm Jeter always front of his soon-to-be-larger-
field after the those of Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, was in the biggest games, in by-one family, Jeter talked
retirement ceremony Mickey Mantle, Joe DiMaggio, the toughest spots, on the about how lucky he was to be
of Jeters No. 2 Yogi Berra and some of the Yan- largest stages in sports. part of the Yankees family. For
jersey at Stadium. kees lesser legends. Jeter played in an unfath- the fans in the stands, awash in
Why Mothers Day? Jeter, in omable 158 postseason games, Jeter love, it was a perfect note,
the aftermath of the emotional almost a full 162-game season, and a perfect end to the honor-
ceremony between games of and had a major-league record ing of the team of that era. I
the Yankees doubleheader 200 hits. In the regular season, was always the youngest, Jeter
with the Astros, explained Jeter hit .310 with an .817 OPS. said, so I figured Id be last.
how Mothers Day came to In the postseason with the The Yankees, as it turned
share top billing in the Bronx pressure ratcheted up in every out, saved the best for last.

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I got to choose, Jeter said.
I chose Mothers Day be-
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number in Monument Park yesterday.

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BY MONA KITAGAWA
Kidsday Reporter BY GAVIN GONZALEZ Mickey Mouse and other
Kidsday Reporter characters were produced.
With summer right In 1974, the headquarters
around the corner, it is The PEZ factory in Orange, moved to the same factory I
time to think of Snow- Connecticut, is a great place to visited. In the 70s to 90s,
days. This ice cream visit. Visitors get to see how PEZ more features were added
parlor is a place I was originally introduced and to PEZ dispensers to make

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enjoy. how it was made throughout the them stand up and function
You may think, years. On my tour, I even got to more easily. New flavors
Snowdays? Well, Snow- see the old limited-edition PEZ have been added, too, and
days isnt just a normal dispensers. The dispensers in- PEZ just keeps designing
ice cream shop. It sells cluded Star Wars characters and new dispensers based on
shaved ice cream that Lucky Charms. I loved that I got movies and other popular
has the fluffy texture to see how the PEZ candy was characters and items.
of snow. This type of made. There were tons of PEZ I have two dozen PEZ

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ice cream originated as dispensers surrounding me from dispensers. I am told that
a West Coast treat. corner to corner. about half of them are
I enjoy Snowdays PEZ candy was invented in limited edition mostly
because it has many 1927 in Vienna, Austria, by Ed- Star Wars figures.
different flavors and uard Haas III. The PEZ candy The PEZ Visitor Center
toppings. I usually order fluffy texture of the ice was used as a breath mint. The Kidsday reporter Gavin Gonzalez of is at 35 Prindle Hill Rd. in
the regular size. My fa- cream! Its slogan is Every name PEZ comes from the Ger- Forest Hills at the PEZ Visitor Center Orange, Conn. You can visit
vorite flavor is the green day should be a Snowday. man pfefferminz, meaning pep- it online at pez.com. When
tea matcha. The toppings I I go to the Snowdays at permint. Using the first, middle for dispensing the candy. you go, dont forget to see the
choose are grass jelly and 72-24 Austin St. in Forest and last letter of the word, Haas In 1952, PEZ-Haas opened a humongous wall of PEZ dis-
waffle cones, but you can Hills, Queens. Call came up with the name PEZ. In headquarters in New York City. pensers.
try Pocky Sticks or Capn 347-960-8517 or visit 1948, Oscar Uxa invented and During the 1950s and 60s, dis- You could even have your
Crunch, too. I love the snowdaysnyc.com. patented a little mechanical box pensers featuring Popeye, birthday party here.

CLASS OF THE WEEK Amy Hermans fifth-grade class, PS196Q, Forest Hills

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Ask AmyASK AMY account. This guy could be


absolutely anybody and he
DAILY BRIDGE CLUB | By Frank Stewart
Amy Dickinson might not be a guy at all. North dealer. Both sides vulnerable. Declarer then ruffed a heart and led another club,
askamy@amydickinson.com Watch a few episodes of but East took the ace and jack and forced South to
Catfish and you will see NORTH ruff another heart. Then South had to lose a diamond
DEAR AMY: I need advice about that you should be much 5 and went down one.
a guy. Weve been talking for more skeptical about him. 8652 WINNERS
about three weeks on Instagram, The big red flag is that he QJ4 It seems that South completely lost his focus. He
and I really like him. It feels like wont communicate visually K Q 10 7 4 contrived to go down even though he had 10 sure
Ive known him for a long time. with you in real time, and WEST EAST winners: seven trumps, two diamonds and a club.
He gives amazing advice. I feel seems to be hiding behind 963 10 4 After South draws trumps, he should lead the ace and
like he is my best friend, but Im this account. K Q 10 4 AJ93 a low diamond.
afraid to ask him out because I It can be challenging to K 10 5 2 9763 West takes the king and forces with a heart, but
dont want to lose our friendship. reverse image search a 85 AJ3 South next leads a club. When he reaches dummy, he
SOUTH discards a club on the queen of diamonds, assuring
He lives pretty far away, and I photo on Instagram, but the contract.
asked him, Hey, can I have your there are apps that claim to AKQJ872
Snapchat? and he said, Its be able to help you find the 7
private. I also asked him if we source of an image. You A8
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could use FaceTime, and he said might find out that this DAILY QUESTION
no. Im afraid he might be an individual is using someone North East South West You hold:
older guy, but he posts pictures elses photo and identity by Pass Pass 4 All Pass 10 4
that make him look my age. Im locating the origin of some of AJ93
afraid the pictures might be fake. the images he uses. Opening lead K 9763

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What should I do? Wean yourself from this AJ3
Worried Girl contact. Back away. You dont
need to confront him, but
DEAR WORRIED: Please! This you should ghost and then I wont say my partners concentration is lacking, Your partner opens one diamond, you respond
guy is not available to you. He block him. He will then troll a club player told me, but I bet he couldnt even type one heart and he bids two clubs. The opponents
140 characters without taking a mental break. pass. What do you say?
is telling you in many different Instagram for someone else
Concentration is half the game. A knowledge of ANSWER: You have enough strength to invite
ways that he is not available to to toy with. It would be technique wont help if you lose your focus. At todays game, but since partner may have a minimum
you. healthiest for you to four spades, South ruffed the second heart and 13-point opening bid, you cant force to game. Jump
As you probably know, it concentrate on trying to get drew trumps. He next led a club. West followed to three diamonds if in your style that bid is invita-
takes absolutely no to know people whose with the eight, signaling count, and East let dummys tional. If it would be forcing or if youre not sure, bid
imagination or expertise to identity you can absolutely king win. two diamonds and hope something good develops.
set up a fake Instagram (or verify, preferably in person.
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BOARD OF ELECTIONS LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS
COUNTY OF NASSAU NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Board of Education of
LEGAL NOTICE FOR A PLEASE take notice that the Lawrence Union Free School
SPECIAL ELECTION SEALED BID PROPOSALS District, Town of Hemp- Legal Notice # 21271576
Pursuant to the provisions of will be received and must be At an IAS Part of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, held in and for the County of
stamped in at the DIVISION stead, Lawrence, New York,
Section 4-120 of the Election invites the submission of Nassau, at the Courthouse located at 100 Supreme Court Drive, Mineola, New York on the 1st
Law, notice is hereby given, OF PURCHASE AND SUP- day of May, 2017
that a SPECIAL ELECTION PLY, Department of General sealed bids for:
will be held on Tuesday, May Services, Town of Oyster ATHLETIC SUPPLIES PRESENT: Hon. Vito M. DeStefano
23, 2017, for the purpose of Bay, at the office located on Sealed bids will be received J.S.C
electing a Member of the As- the fourth floor, Town Hall, in the Purchasing Depart- SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
sembly of the State of New West Building, 74 Audrey ment located in the Business COUNTY OF NASSAU
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Fabbri Avenue, Oyster Bay, New ----------------------------------------------------------------------X Index No. 603609/2017
proudly congratulate their son, York, Ninth Assembly Dis- Office of the LAWRENCE
trict. York 11771-1592 not later HIGH SCHOOL, 2 Reilly Road, In the Matter of the Application of
than 11:00 A.M. (prevailing
ALEXANDER R. FABBRI, ALL POLLING PLACES in the
9th Assembly District will be time) on MAY 24, 2017 fol-
Cedarhurst, New York, 11516
on May 25, 2017 at 11:00 A.
DEAN A. CASTAGNARO, both Individually and
derivatively on behalf of Allen B. Johnson General
on his May 2017 graduation open from 6 A.M. to 9 P.M. lowing which time bids will
from Columbia University . be publicly opened and read M. No exceptions will be Contacting, Inc. ORDER TO
Louis G. Savinetti, made for bids which are not SHOW CAUSE WITH
Alexander, who was the 2013 Republican Member at the Town Hall East Build-
Chaminade HS valedictorian, ing, Hearing Room located at received in a timely manner TEMPORARY
David Gugerty, 54 Audrey Avenue, Oyster at the time and place speci- Petitioner/Plaintiff RESTRAINING ORDER
will pursue his PhD in computer Democratic Member
science at Yale University. Bay, New York 11771-1592, fied. All bids will be publicly -against- Hon. Vito M. DeStefano
Commissioners of Elections and the contract awarded as opened and read aloud on ALLEN B. JOHNSON, AB JOHNSON GENERAL Motion Seq. No.: 1
Nassau County, New York soon thereafter as practica- same date no later than fif- CONTRACTING INC., and CAMILLE DIPACE
Announcements LEGAL NOTICES May, 2017
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ble for:
INSTALL TOWN SUPPLIED
teen minutes following bid
submission deadline. Respondents/Defendants
Original Return Date: 6/6/17
SHADE SYSTEMS SUN Specifications and bid forms
NOTICE TO BIDDERS SHADES AT VARIOUS TOWN -and-
Legal Notice # 21270775 The Board of Education of OF OYSTER BAY PARKS AS may be obtained at the same ALLEN B. JOHNSON GENERAL CONTRACTING, INC.
The Roosevelt Union Free Longwood Central School Dis- SPECIFIED IN BID PROPOSAL office, Monday through Fri- Nominal Respondent/Defendant
School District of the Town trict (pursuant to Section SO 074-17 day, from 8:00 A.M. until ----------------------------------------------------------------------X
of Hempstead, County of 103 of Article 5-A of the Gen- Detailed specifications and 3:00 P.M. The Board of Edu- Upon the reading and filing of the hybrid petition and complaint of Dean A. Castagnaro (Petiti
Nassau hereby invites the proposal sheets may be ob- cation or its duly appointed oner/Plaintiff), a minority and thirty-five (35%) percent shareholder of Allen B. Johnson Gener-
submission of sealed propos- eral Municipal Law) invites
the submission of sealed tained at the Division of Pur- representative may, at its al Contracting, Inc. (the Corporation), verified the 26th day of April, 2017, and the affidavit
als for: External Auditing chase and Supply , located on discretion, reject any or all
Services. The district will re- bids for the following: of Dean A. Castagnaro, sworn to the 26th day of April, 2017, and the exhibits annexed thereto,
Bid # 16-59 POS the fourth floor, Town Hall bids. and the corresponding memorandum of law in support of the instant application;
ceive sealed proposals on or West, 74 Audrey Avenue,
prior to 11:30 a.m. on Thurs- Touchscreens Mohinder Bharaj, LET, the respondents/defendants Allen B. Johnson, AB Johnson General Contracting Inc., and
Bids will be received until: Oyster Bay, New York District Clerk
day, May 25, 2017 at the 11771-1592 on or after Camille Dipace (Respondents/Defendants) show cause at an IAS Part II of this Court, locat-
Business Office, 240 Denton 11:30 A.M., MONDAY, MAY MAY 15, 2017 from 9:00 Lawrence Union Free ed at 100 Supreme Court Drive, Mineola, New York 11501, on June 6, 2017 at 9:30 a.m., or as
Place, Roosevelt, New York, 22, 2017 at the Longwood A.M. 4:45 P.M., Monday School District soon thereafter as counsel may be heard, why an order should not be entered pursuant to New
Lost/Found 11575. Proposals will be Central School District, Pur- through Friday. Dated: Lawrence, New York York Business Corporation Law 1104-a, and Article 63 of the New York Civil Procedure Law
opened on the stated date. chasing Department, Central
Personals Request for Proposals (RFP) Administrative Building, 35
JOSEPH SALADINO, TOWN
SUPERVISOR; JAMES
and Rules, granting Petitioner/Plaintiff the following relief:
may be obtained at the Busi- (1) An order and judgment dissolving the Corporation on the grounds that Respondent/
Ticket brokers ness Office or call (516) 345-
Yaphank Middle Island Road, ALTADONNA JR., Defendant Allen B. Johnson, the majority and sixty-five (65%) percent shareholder, and officer
Middle Island, NY 11953- TOWN CLERK;
Professional Services 7021 or 345-7022 for an elec- ERIC TUMAN, COMMISSION- in control, of the Corporation, has taken illegal, fraudulent and oppressive actions against Petit
tronic copy. The Board of Ed- 2369 at which time and place DID YOU KNOW THAT YOU ioner/Plaintiff Dean A. Castagnaro, the minority and thirty-five (35%) percent shareholder of
all b i d s will b e pu blic ly ER, GENERAL SERVICES
Legal Services ucation reserves the right to
opened. Specifications and Dated: May 11, 2017 CAN SEE NEWSDAYS BUY & the Corporation, and on the grounds that the monies and assets of the Corporation are being
waive any informality in the SELL ADS ON THE INTERNET? used and diverted for non-corporate purposes by Respondents/Defendants;
bids, or to reject all bids or bid forms may be obtained at (2) Enjoining and restraining Respondent/Defendant Allen B. Johnson from withholding week-
PERSONALS to accept any bid which in
the opinion of the Board of
the aforementioned office.
The Board of Education re-
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Education is in the interest Legal Notice # 21269284 Respondent/Defendant to pay Petitioner/Plaintiff his distribution and salary, and enjoining
serves the right to reject any and restraining Respondent/Defendant Allen B. Johnson from engaging in any actions to pre-
of the School District. bid or to accept part of any SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
vent Petitioner/Plaintiff Dean A. Castagnaro from receiving his distributions and salary from
STEVE Roosevelt Board of
Education
bid. COUNTY OF NASSAU SUPPLEMENTAL SUMMONS
Mortgaged Premises: 92 WELLINGTON STREET HEMP- the Corporation in consideration of his role as an employee and shareholder of the Corporation;
Ranier, Washington State LONGWOOD CENTRAL (3) Directing that Respondent/Defendant Allen B. Johnson cause all monies he is receiving
District Clerk, Lenore Pringle SCHOOL DISTRICT STEAD, NY 11550 Section: 34 Block: 187 Lot: 187-188
St.Jude-ThankYou Dated: May 15, 2017 Plaintiff designates NASSAU as the place of trial situs of the
real property INDEX NO. 003244/2016 CIT BANK, N.A., Plain-
from customers on current construction jobs he is performing to be deposited into the Corpora-
tions checking account held by Chase Bank (the Account), and to return all monies into the
Thank You God for answering tiff, vs. TIMOTHY JEFFERSON, AS HEIR AND DISTRIBUTEE Account that were received from customers on past construction jobs he performed, which
my prayer; Thank you St. Jude Legal Notice # 21270430
A nonprofit organization in Great Neck, NY is seeking sealed OF THE ESTATE OF VERA JEFFERSON; RICKY JEFFERSON, was improperly taken by said Respondent/Defendant and not deposited in the Account of the
for interceding on my behalf. email bids for sales and installation of security related en- AS HEIR AND DISTRIBUTEE OF THE ESTATE OF VERA JEF- Corporation;
I will encourage devotion to you hancements are now being accepted. The project includes: Se- FERSON; MARSHALL JEFFERSON, AS HEIR AND (4) Compelling Respondents/Defendants to account for all funds of the Corporation received
always. curity Full Perimeter Fence (replacing an old worn out fence), DISTRIBUTEE OF THE ESTATE OF VERA JEFFERSON; RAJAH and dispersed since January 1, 2012;
CCTV System (indoor/outdoor), Blast Mitigation (Planters & MAYO, AS HEIR AND DISTRIBUTEE OF THE ESTATE OF VE- (5) Directing that Respondent/Defendant Allen B. Johnson grant Petitioner/Plaintiff Dean A.
Legal Notice # 21271304 RA JEFFERSON, any and all persons unknown to plaintiff, Castagnaro daily access to the work trucks, construction tools, equipment and materials of the
NOTICE TO BIDDERS Front Door Hardening), Physical Electronic Access Control for
all main entrances with Shabbat bypass. Selection criteria claiming, or who may claim to have an interest in, or general Corporation and enjoining and restraining Respondents/Defendants from transferring,
The Boards of Education of or specific lien upon the real property described in this action; pledging, assigning, encumbering or otherwise disposing of any of the assets of the Corpora-
the East Rockaway, Island will be based on knowledge of surveillance and security, adher-
ence to work schedule, prior experience and references, cost. such unknown persons being herein generally described and in- tion including said work trucks, construction tools, equipment and materials;
Park, Long Beach City tended to be included in the following designation, namely: (6) Directing that Respondent/Defendant Allen B. Johnson grant Petitioner/Plaintiff Dean A.
Schools, Lynbrook, Malverne, Specifications and bid requirements can be obtained by con-
tacting us at bjc.procurement.bids@gmail.com. the wife, widow, husband, widower, heirs at law, next of kin, Castagnaro daily access to all books and records of the company and enjoining and restraining
Valley Stream #13, Valley descendants, executors, administrators, devisees, legatees, Respondents/Defendants from discarding, destroying, manipulating or tampering with any and
Stream #24, Valley Stream All interested firms will be required to sign for the proposal
documents and provide primary contact, telephone, fax and creditors, trustees, committees, lienors, and assignees of all books and records of the Corporation, including, but not limited to, all accounts payable and
#30, Valley Stream CSD and such deceased, any and all persons deriving interest in or lien accounts receivable in connection with the operation of the Corporation;
West Hempstead, County of email address.
Bids will be accepted by June 1st 2017 and work is to com- upon, or title to said real property by, through or under them, (7) Enjoining and restraining Respondent/Defendant Allen B. Johnson from the use of his per-
Nassau, hereby invite the or either of them, and their respective wives, widows, hus- sonal cellular telephone number on behalf of the Corporation instead of the office telephone
submission of sealed bids mence by June 15th and completed by July 31st, 2017.
bands, widowers, heirs at law, next of kin, descendants, exec- number of the Corporation;
for: Legal Notice # 21271263 utors, administrators, devisees, legatees, creditors, trustees, (8) Pursuant to Business Corporation Law 1115: enjoining and restraining Respondents/
PUPIL TRANSPORTATION NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION committees, lienors and assigns, all of whom and whose Defendants from expending any funds of the Corporation for the payment of their legal fees
WEDNESDAY, MAY 24TH BALDWIN FIRE DISTRICT, IN THE TOWN OF HEMPSTEAD names, except as stated, are unknown to plaintiff; SECRETA- and expenses incurred in connection with this proceeding/action; restraining Respondent/
2017 AT 9:30 A.M. NASSAU COUNTY, NEW YORK RY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT; NASSAU UNI- Defendant Allen B. Johnson from transacting any unauthorized business relating to the Corpo-
At the Business Office Val- JUNE 13, 2017 VERSITY MEDICAL CENTER; FRED N. PERRY, ESQ.; MID-
ley Stream Central School ration and from exercising any corporate powers, except by permission of the Court; restrain-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Special Election of the LAND FUNDING LLC D/B/A IN NEW YORKS AS MIDLAND ing the Corporation and Respondent/Defendant Allen B. Johnson from collecting or receiving
District One Kent Rd. Valley qualified voters of the Baldwin Fire District (hereafter called FUNDING OF DELAWARE LLC; NEW YORK STATE DEPART-
Stream, N.Y. any debt or other property of the Corporation, and from paying out or otherwise transferring or
the "Fire District") in the Town of Hempstead, Nassau Coun- MENT OF TAXATION AND FINANCE; UNITED STATES OF delivering any property of the Corporation, except by permission of the Court;
At which time and place all ty, New York, will be held at the Fire House Headquarters AMERICA, "JOHN DOE #1" through "JOHN DOE #12," the
bids will be publicly opened (9) Pursuant to Business Corporation Law 1104-a(d), ordering stock valuations to be adjust-
Building located at 2386 Grand Avenue, Baldwin, New York on last twelve names being fictitious and unknown to