Cheese Advent 2019

first_imgThe grocery store chain ALDI made headlines last year when it released a cheese advent calendar. Given all the buzz, we decided to create our dream advent calendar with cow and goat milk cheeses from farms across the country. Nominations were provided by Progressive Dairy producer bloggers and staff. They are listed in no particular order.advertisementadvertisementDid we miss your favorite? Email Emily Gwinemily@progressivepublish.com, and we’ll add it to next year’s calendar.About the cheeses we chose:1. Cave Aged AlpineMarcoot Jersey CreameryGreenville, IllinoisMarcoot Jersey CreameryFrom the website: “‘Asiago meets Swiss’ to create this complex cheese, which features a unique sharpness with age. Ideal for grating over pasta or melting into a creamy alfredo sauce or enjoying as a table cheese.”advertisement“This is one of my favorites as it can sit on a cheeseboard OR can be used in a creamy alfredo sauce. I also love that this cheese is made by fellow female Jersey breeders. Their story is so cool to watch, and they even had an episode on FarmHer’s TV show!”PHOTO: Courtesy Marcoot Jersey Creamery.—Nominated by Pennsylvania dairy farmer Renée Norman-Kenny2. Jeffs’ Select GoudaCaves of FaribaultFaribault, MinnesotaCaves of Faribault“Joint ventures are nothing new in the dairy industry, but it is unique that a delicious cheese resulted from one. Two states and two Jeffs combined to create Caves of Faribault. Made from pasteurized cows’ milk in Wisconsin and cave aged in Minnesota, Jeff’s Select Gouda is like taking a bite of a surprise! The natural, annato-rubbed rind gives it a vibrant orange color with an unexpected bold taste that is just a bit salty and delicious. The rich yellow cheese inside is slightly sweet with nutty caramel undertones and a smooth creamy finish.”advertisementPHOTO: Courtesy Caves of Faribault.—Nominated by Indiana dairy farmer Sam Schwoeppe3. DaganoMichigan State University Dairy StoreLansing, MichiganMichigan State University Dairy StoreFrom the website: “An invention of the MSU dairy. Inspired by Dutch cheeses Gouda & Edam; it is a brined, semi-soft cheese with a smooth elastic body and mild flavor. Like a Swiss, eyes form while aging and contribute to Dagano’s unique aesthetic.”“Dagano is in the Havarti family (which is my favorite). It’s a little harder than the traditional Havarti and has a yellow color, but it has the smooth, delicious taste these cheeses are known for.”PHOTO: Courtesy Michigan State University Dairy Plant.—Nominated by Michigan dairy farmer Ashley Messing-Kennedy4. Tomato Bacon Basil Cheese CurdsDecatur DairyBrodhead, WisconsinDecatur Dairy“I love Decatur Dairy’s fresh and multi-flavored cheese curds. They have so many flavors, it is hard to pick a favorite. This one is their muenster curd with tomato bacon basil flavoring. They are also well-known for their award-winning havarti, muenster and brick cheeses.”—Nominated by PD Editor Karen Lee5. Little Lucy BrieRedhead CreameryBrooton, MinnesotaRedhead CreameryFrom the website: “This smooth and creamy little wheel of brie cheese is extra special to all of us at Redhead Creamery. It’s small, cute and simply irresistible… just like a sweet little girl we know. It’s named after Alise and Lucas’ daughter, Lucy. It’s the perfect sized appetizer for two or three people to enjoy on the grill, baked or simply at room temperature. Enjoy with a glass (or two) of Chardonnay or Frontenac.”“My favorite brie.”PHOTO: Courtesy Redhead Creamery.—Nominated by Wisconsin dairy farmer Amber McComish6. MarscaponeCrave Brothers Farmstead CheeseWaterloo, WisconsinCrave Brothers Farmstead CheeseFrom the website: “Our farmstead Mascarpone is crafted from fresh, sweet cream. Luxurious and velvety, perfect for sweet and savory culinary applications. Stir into soups, sauces, pasta, risotto or coffee. Pair with strawberries, honey, ginger snaps, chocolate or lemon.”PHOTO: Courtesy Crave Brothers Farmstead Cheese. —Nominated by PD staff7. Muranda BlueMuranda Cheese CompanyWaterloo, New YorkMuranda Cheese CompanyFrom the website: “The strongest of our cheeses, this cows’ milk blue is one-of-a-kind in the Finger Lakes. Aged for about two months, enjoy this blue with any full-bodied red for a taste that will knock your socks off.”“Muranda Blue is one of my favorite blue cheeses as it is creamy and delicious if you love a blue cheese! It is delicious to enjoy in their beautiful event barn with a glass of red wine.”PHOTO: Courtesy Muranda Cheese Company.—Nominated by Pennsylvania dairy farmer Renée Norman-Kenny8. Pleasant Ridge ReserveUplands CheeseDodgeville, WisconsinUplands CheeseFrom the website: “an aged, alpine-style cheese. [It] is made only in the summer months, while our cows are grazing fresh pasture. The sweetness born from the grass-fed milk combines with the savory flavors developed by the cheese’s natural, washed rind. The resulting complexity – rich and salty, with a long, fruity finish – has made Pleasant Ridge one of the most distinctive and celebrated cheeses in the country.”PHOTO: Courtesy Uplands Cheese.—Nominated by Wisconsin dairy farmer Amber McComish9. Sweet GrassBroadrun FarmsBeaver Falls, PennsylvaniaBroadrun Farms“My brother and sister-in-law started making cheese from their organic grazing herd in 2017. Sweet Grass is their newest and best-tasting product to date, in my humble and unbiased opinion. It’s a Gouda style, and a great snacking cheese, as all of the adults and kids in our family can attest.”PHOTO: By Emily Gwin.—Nominated by PD Editor Emily Gwin10. Gouda agedEden CreameryKuna, IdahoEden CreameryFrom the website: “Smooth and creamy texture and yet elastic texture.”PHOTO: Courtesy Eden Creamery. —Nominated by Progressive Publishing IT specialist Tor Osthed11. Chevre Pear Cardamom with cinnamonSweet Pea CheeseNorth Granby, ConnecticutFacebook: Sweet Pea Cheese“If there was ever a perfect cheese for fall, I think this is it. I love the way the sweet pear balances the saltiness of the goat cheese and the cardamom adds a little spice to make the perfect snack with crackers and a glass of fresh apple cider.”PHOTO: By Leslie Hurty.—Nominated by PD Editor Jenna Hurty-Person12. Marinated FetaBrazos Valley CheeseWaco, TexasBrazos Valley CheeseFrom the website: “Our craft feta cheese marinated in olive oil with tomatoes, garlic, and basil, topped off with a pinch of sea salt. Great for salads, snacks, toppings, or straight out of the jar.”PHOTO: Courtesy Brazos Valley Cheese.—Nominated by Progressive Cattle Editor David Cooper13. Bay BlueChapel’s Country CreameryEaston, MarylandChapel’s Country CreameryFrom the website: “Our natural-rind, beautifully veined blue is a Stilton-style variety with creamy undercurrents.”PHOTO: Courtesy Chapel’s Country Creamery. —Nominated by PD staff14. Dilly GirlMuranda CheeseWaterloo, New YorkMuranda CheeseFrom the website: “This medium sharp cheddar with fresh homegrown dill weed and roasted garlic is made from raw milk and offers a mouth full of flavor in every bite. This cheese is a great complement to any full-bodied red, and great on fish.”PHOTO: Courtesy Muranda Cheese Company.—Nominated by Pennsylvania dairy blogger Rebecca Shaw15. ApfelhellerHelvetia CreameryHelvetia, OregonHelvetia CreameryFrom the website: “Our family is now the 6th generation to farm and raise Brown Swiss cows and carry on the tradition of producing Bergkäese (Swiss Alpine cheese) in Helvetia. Apfelheller is a Gruyere style with a delightfully nutty undertone and full-flavored.”PHOTO: Courtesy Helvetia Creamery. —Nominated by PD Editor Audrey Schmitz16. Amish CreameryHeritage Ridge CreameryMiddlebury, IndianaHeritage Ridge CreameryFrom the website: “a mild cheese that uses selected cultures to develop a ‘buttery’ flavor.”“This cheese is a great eating cheese. It has a slightly sharp flavor but is so delicious. I love eating it with meat and a well-paired wine.”PHOTO: Courtesy Michigan Milk Producers Association.—Nominated by Michigan dairy farmer Ashley Messing-Kennedy17. Idaho Golden Greek Grillin’ CheeseBallard Family Dairy and CheeseGooding, IdahoBallard Family Dairy and Cheese“During a 2015 company meeting, the Progressive Publishing staff was able to visit Ballards’ family farm and sample their cheese. There’s just something seriously cool about being able to fry up cubes of cheese in a pan or throw it on the grill.”PHOTO: Courtesy Molly’s Mills.—Nominated by PD Editor Emily Gwin18. Marieke Gouda (Plain Young)Marieke GoudaThorp, WisconsinMarieke GoudaFrom the website: “Creamy, buttery and mild with slightly sweet notes. Pair with peach preserves and toasted almonds, buttery Chardonnay or Amber beer.”“This is my favorite cheese to use when I have guests.”PHOTO: Courtesy Marieke Gouda, LLC.—Nominated by Wisconsin dairy farmer Amber McComish19. North Fork Whiskey Washed MunsterRedhead CreameryBrooton, MinnesotaRedhead CreameryFrom the website: “This award-winning munster cheese was named after our township and the North Fork of the Crow river, based in Redhead Creamery’s back field. Our North Fork Whiskey Washed Munster is a French-style munster that has been washed with local Minnesota 14 Whiskey made at nearby Panther Distillery (Osakis, Minnesota). Its creaminess, stink and pungency are exactly what we are going for. And as a side note… North Fork makes a great grilled cheese and appetizer when warmed up.”PHOTO: Courtesy Redhead Creamery.—Nominated by PD Editor Dave Natzke20. Cheddar cheese B. Kurt DairyBarneveld, WisconsinFacebook: B. Kurt DairyFrom the website: “Bryanna and Dylan Handel started dairy farming in 2014 with 16 cows and a rented barn. In the last four years, they have grown their family, herd and land base. They started making cheese in 2018.”PHOTO: By Bryanna Handel.—Nominated by Wisconsin dairy farmer Brittany Olson21. Estero GoldValley Ford CreameryValley Ford, CaliforniaValley Ford CreameryFrom the website: “Estero gold is handmade in the style of an Asiago, reminiscent of a Montasio, two of the famous cheeses from the Swiss-Italian dairy country. Its subtle, creamy and buttery taste nicely complements other foods. Its fine rustic flavor can be paired with any wine. It also melts wonderfully in pastas and polenta, or try it shredded on a salad.”—Nominated by PD staff22. ChandokaLaClare Family CreameryMalone, WisconsinLaClare Family CreameryFrom the website: “Mild, fruity cheese with rich, cheddary notes. The cow milk develops sweet buttery characteristics, as the goat milk develops sweet tangy notes, creating a wonderfully flavorful cheese.”“This mixed-milk cheese is just right. Not too hard, not too soft. And the goat milk blend deepens and diversifies the flavor beyond what one would expect from a regular cheddar. As a caveat, you can go see for yourself how the cheese is made right at the creamery.”PHOTO: By Peggy Coffeen.—Nominated by PD Editor Peggy Coffeen23. Organic Rogue River BlueRogue CreameryCentral Point, OregonRogue CreameryFrom the website: “On October 18, Rogue River Blue was named World Champion at the World Cheese Awards in Bergamo, Italy, besting 3,800 of the world’s finest cheeses from 42 countries on 6 continents. This is the greatest honor a cheese can receive, and the first time an American-made cheese has been honored with this distinction.”PHOTO: Courtesy Rogue Creamery.—Nominated by Progressive Publishing photographer Mike Dixon24. Smoked CheddarKimberly’s BestKimberly, IdahoKimberly’s Best CreameryFrom the website: “Kimberly’s Best Creamery’s extraordinary milk comes from well-cared-for goats and A1-free milk-producing cows eating only the best quality forages.”“Try it in ‘Carmel Apple Pie with Smoked Cheddar Crust’ – the recipe can be found on the website.”PHOTO: Courtesy Kimberly’s Best. —Nominated by Progressive Publishing Copyeditor Kelly McCoyDownload our cheese advent calendar.last_img read more

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u-Blox Provides Concurrent GNSS Technology to Timing Synchronization System

first_imgu-blox has announced that its LEA-M8T concurrent GNSS timing module is now being used by V3Novus, a provider of a high quality electronic components and embedded system designs based in India, in its latest Precision Synchronization System with a built-in NTP Server.Aimed at the Telecom, Railway and Military applications to provide traceable time stamps for data transported over packet networks, the Time Synchronization System features a precision Rubidium oscillator to supplement the signal received by the u-blox LEA-M8T module. This gives operators greater confidence in the NTP (Network Time Protocol) server’s output under all conditions.More digital traffic now crosses more carriers’ networks and passes through more equipment to reach the end-users. As a result, the demand for phase and time synchronization is evolving. The telecommunications infrastructure relies on accurate time stamping for many applications, including VoIP switches/gateways, media servers, SNMP, SS7 and IP traffic monitoring systems, as well as IPTV STBs and gateways.The LEA-M8T concurrent GNSS module provides market leading acquisition and tracking sensitivity by supporting the GPS/QZSS, BeiDou, GLONASS and Galileo satellite systems. It integrates the same timing integrity measures found in all u-blox timing products, which includes Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (RAIM) and continuous phase uncertainty estimation.last_img read more

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Tiru Kehigienisan Reska, PT ASDP Coba Peruntungan Tawarkan PopSo di Kapal Ferry

first_imgUntuk soal harga, PopSo memang sedikit lebih mahal ketimbang makanan yang kerap kali ditemui di pinggir jalan. Untuk nasi goreng bakso saja, PT Nusapangan Sukses Makmur mematok harga Rp25.000 hingga Rp30.000, tergantung varian rasa yang kita pilih. Tak ayal, sebagian penumpang terkesan ogah-ogahan untuk membeli penganan ini. Namun sebagian lainnya malah antusias dengan tingkat kehigienisan dari PopSo itu sendiri dan visualisasi makanan yang terpampang di bagian tutup dari PopSo itu sendiri.“Jujur saya tertarik dengan visualnya, walaupun saya tidak terlalu lapar pada saat itu. Dan ternyata pas dicoba, rasa dan makanan di dalamnya tidak sesuai dengan visualisasi tersebut,” ungkap salah satu penumpang Fajar Bisnis kepada KabarPenumpang.com, Jumat (24/11/2017). “Tapi untuk masalah higienis, memang harus saya akui. Bahkan sendok dan garpunya sudah tersedia di dalam kemasan yang masih disegel,” imbuh pria yang enggan menyebutkan identitasnya tersebut.PopSo milik PT KAI. Sumber: istimewaBerangkat dari poin higienis tersebut, PT ASDP Indonesia Ferry ingin mencoba peruntungan dengan menghadirkan PopSo di Waroeng ASDP, fasilitas kantin baru di kapal yang juga menyediakan layanan On Board Entertainment berupa akses WiFi. Di sini, hadirnya fasilitas kantin baru ini merupakan salah satu usaha yang dilakukan oleh PT ASDP untuk merubah stigma pengguna jasa ferry bahwa kantin di dalam kapal terkesan ‘jorok’, makanan yang disajikan terkesan tidak higienis, serta dilayani dengan petugas yang berpakaian tanpa seragam.Tidak hanya layanan, Waroeng ASDP pun menyajikan tampilan anyar. Kantin ini sarat dengan unsur kayu, bahan marmer, serta penggunaan lampu LED strip white warm. “Hadirnya kantin ini diharapkan bisa memberikan kesan yang natural, hangat serta ramah. Saat ini (Waroeng ASDP) telah hadir di KMP Sebuku,” ujar Mario S Oetomo, Manager Humas PT ASDP.Baca Juga: “Waroeng ASDP,” Model Kantin Baru di Kapal Ferry Yang Hangat dan Higienis“Kami menggunakan produk dari Popso yang serupa di gerbong PT KAI, sehingga makanan cepat saji terjamin kualitas rasa dan kebersihannya,” tambah Mario.Dari sini, bisa kita simpulkan bahwa visi PT ASDP adalah untuk mencoba merubah paradigma penumpang tentang kantin dan penganan yang disajikan di kapal itu terkesan jorok. Maka dari itu, PT ASDP menggaet PT. Nusapangan Sukses Makmur dengan PopSo sebagai produk andalannya, agar bisa merealisasikan visinya tersebut. Tentunya, ini merupakan salah satu cara PT ASDP untuk meningkatkan layanan kepada para penumpangnya.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedNasi Goreng Parahyangan: Racikan Sederhana yang Digandrungi Penumpang ‘Gopar’21/05/2018In “Domestik””Waroeng ASDP,” Model Kantin Baru di Kapal Ferry Yang Hangat dan Higienis30/10/2017In “Angkutan Ferry”Kereta Api Punya Menu Makanan Baru dan Dapur Sentralnya Ternyata Ada di Yogyakarta14/11/2018In “Darat” Tidak melulu setiap penumpang tertarik dengan penganan yang disajikan oleh moda yang ia tumpangi, mulai dari pesawat, kereta api, hingga kapal ferry. Tren membawa bekal untuk menangkal rasa lapar selama perjalanan nampaknya masih erat melekat di benak orang Indonesia, dengan alasan utama harga yang tidak ‘mencekik’ serta kehigienisan dari makanan itu sendiri.Baca Juga: PT ASDP Mulai Bangun Fasilitas Pariwisata di Labuan BajoNamun, persepsi tentang makanan yang kurang higienis tersebut perlahan memudar pasca anak perusahaan PT Kereta Api Indonesia (PT KAI) yang menggeluti usaha katering, PT Reska Multi Usaha menggandeng PT. Nusapangan Sukses Makmur yang terkenal dengan produk makanan dalam kemasan siap santap, PopSo. PopSo sendiri memiliki beragam varian makanan yang terkenal higienis karena berbentuk makanan beku. Sebelum disajikan kepada penumpang, para petugas restorasi kereta api akan menghangatkan PopSo terlebih dahulu di dalam microwave selama beberapa menit, lalu disajikan kepada penumpang dalam keadaan panas.last_img read more

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Tidak Terima Ditegur Petugas MRT, Wanita ini Malah Lemparkan Taho!

first_imgJiale Zhang. Sumber: rappler.com Jaringan kereta Metro di Manila, Filipina sempat menjadi topik hangat perbincangan baru-baru ini. Bukan karena masalah keterlambatan pemberangkatan armada atau gangguan lain yang menyebabkan penumpukan di stasiun, melainkan karena ulah salah satu penumpangnya yang mendapat peringaran dari petugas keamanan. Alih-alih berterima kasih karena telah diingatkan tentang aturan yang berlaku, tapi si penumpang ini malah membuat kondisi semakin runyam! Duh, kira-kira penumpang ini ngapain ya?Baca Juga: Inilah Alasan Perlunya Dua Kali Skrining Keamanan di BandaraSeperti yang dilansir KabarPenumpang.com dari berbagai laman sumber, kejadian ini berawal ketika seorang penumpang wanita berkewarganegaraan Cina hendak menggunakan moda Metro Transit Line 3 (MRT-3) pada Sabtu (9/2/2019) kemarin sekira pukul 08.30 waktu setempat. Namun karena ia tidak mengetahui peraturan yang berlaku, maka penumpang yang disinyalir bernama Jiale Zhang ini diberhentikan petugas karena ia membawa makanan/minuman ke dalam rangkaian kereta. Jiale diperingatkan petugas karena tidak boleh membawa makanan/minuman ke dalam rangkaian kereta. Namun alih-alih berterima kasih karena sudah diingatkan, Jiale lalu malah melempar taho yang ia bawa ke arah petugas yang bernama William Cristobal. Taho sendiri merupakan makanan ringan asal Filipina yang terbuat dari tahu sutra, arnibal, dan mutiara sagu.Taho. Sumber: istimewaKarena dianggap sudah melakukan tindakan tidak terpuji kepada petugas, akhirnya Jiale diamankan menuju Mandaluyong Police Community Precinct 5 yang berada tidak terlalu jauh dengan stasiun MRT Boni – tempat Jiale melempar taho kepada William.“Perlu juga dicatat bahwa bahkan sebelum larangan air minum kemasan, minuman dan cairan baru-baru ini, konsumsi makanan dan minuman tanpa segel juga dilarang di dalam kereta dan stasiun karena hal ini dapat menyebabkan ketidaknyamanan, kecelakaan, dan keterlambatan operasi kami,” ujar seorang juru bicara dari operator kereta.Manajemen MRT3 baru-baru ini juga melarang penumpang untuk membawa serta barang-barang berbentuk cair di dalam stasiun karena pertimbangan keamanan. Yang dikecualikan dari larangan tersebut adalah: susu formula, air minum untuk bayi atau anak kecil, obat-obatan, dan cairan lain yang dibutuhkan oleh seorang penumpang penyandang disabilitas.Selain dikhawatirkan membuat kondisi tidak nyaman – dengan pertimbangan cairan tersebut tumpah dan membuat lantai menjadi kotor, alasan lain di balik pelarangan ini adalah adanya kabar yang menyebutkan perakitan bom dengan menggunakan bahan baku cairan khusus.Baca Juga: Seorang Wanita Bawa Pisau dan Lolos dari Alat Pemindai, 3 Ribu Penumpang Tertahan di Bandara Auckland“DOTr MRT-3 ingin menekankan bahwa penerapan langkah-langkah keamanan yang lebih ketat di dalam kereta dan stasiun kami semata-mata untuk penumpang kami. Kami berhati-hati karena kami mengutamakan keselamatan dan keamanan penumpang dan personel kami setelah serangan di Mindanao tempo hari,” ujar pihak Departemen Transportasi Filipina.Atas ulahnya tersebut, Jiale didakwa tidak menaati peraturan yang berlaku dan upaya penentangan terhadap petugas. Belum diketahui hukuman apa yang akan dilimpahkan kepada Jiale, namun dirinya kini terpaksa mendekap di balik tahanan markas besar kepolisian Mandaluyong. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedTips Berkomuter ala MRT Manila29/03/2019In “Darat”Taipei Hadirkan Sistem Inframerah untuk Cek Suhu Tubuh Penumpang MRT06/03/2020In “Darat”Jumlah Penumpang Meningkat, MRT Jakarta Jalankan Protokol Bangkit11/06/2020In “Darat”last_img read more

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Softball: Independence Cruises Past Gilmour, 11-1, in Sectional Final

first_img Related Topics By Catrina OlsenWith a crushing 11-1 score there is so much to say both defensively and offensively about the Independence Blue Devils. Between the catches, plays and at bats performed by this team, it is no surprise that they won today and will continue in the tournament.Head coach Steve Ambose had nothing but positive feedback stating, “We have a couple things to clean up, but I think that with that we’re going to come out fighting on Thursday, I think the girls are ready to make a deep run.”That was confirmed by senior captain, Sophie Piteo.“First playoff gaming coming out winning 11-1 is really big for us. It sets a precedence for the rest of the play off, show everyone what we’re made of.” Piteo said.The senior had many emotions due to her senior night.“But we’re not done yet,” said Piteo. After four years of playing on the varsity team, this was her last home game.The third inning is where Gilmour came to life with Mallory Piazza, who doubled and then was batted in by Emma Gurley, with a single and an error. That would be the only run the Independence Blue Devils would allow.The ladies of Independence did not score again until the bottom on the fifth. Sophia Tombetta reached base with a single, followed by a single by Kim Rega. With both players in scoring position, Olivia Pallini hit a two-run single to extend the lead.With a short top of the inning, Independence scored again at the bottom of the 6th, with Piteo getting a single, Jenna Suhy having a single, and a walk by Neenah Costanzo. Rega drove in both Piteo and Suhy Ending the game 11-1.What a way to end a game and for Piteo, a career of varsity softball at Independence High School.The Blue Devils advance to play Oberlin in a district semifinal at Avon Lake on Thursday, May 18 at 6 pm. NEO HS Stafflast_img read more

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Indians probable starters against Seattle

first_img** This story was originally posted on Sept. 20 and updated on Sept. 21 to reflect a change in the probable starter schedule that switched the appearances of Trevor Bauer and Carlos Carrasco**The Indians are in the middle of a six-game road trip and have two more games to finish up against the L.A. Angels. From there, the team will head to Seattle for a another three-game set against the Mariners.Last night, Mike Clevinger put on another masterful performance for the Indians, giving up just three hits and one run in six innings. Josh Tomlin will be on the mound tonight, while Danny Salazar will get the nod tomorrow in the final game of the series against L.A.With the inclusion of Salazar, the starters will be getting an extra day of rest before heading to Seattle. Below are the probable matchups against the Mariners:Sept. 22, 10:10 p.m., SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/IRNRHP Trevor Bauer vs. RHP Erasmo RamirezSept. 23, 4:10 p.m., SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/IRNRHP Carlos Carrasco vs. TBDSept. 24, 4:10 p.m., SportsTime Ohio/WTAM/WMMS/IRNRHP Corey Kluber vs. RHP Mike Leake** This story was originally posted on Sept. 20 and updated on Sept. 21 to reflect a change in the probable starter schedule that switched the appearances of Trevor Bauer and Carlos Carrasco** Related TopicsCarlos CarrascoClevelandCleveland IndiansCorey KluberMLBTrevor Bauer Ashley Bastockcenter_img Ashley is a former basketball player who covers the Cleveland Cavaliers, Indians and high school sports for NEO Sports Insiders. She also covers the Cavs for SB Nation’s Fear The Sword. Ashley is a 2015 graduate of John Carroll University and previously worked in political journalism. You can follow her on Twitter @AshleyBastock42last_img read more

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Browns Week 17 Season Finale Against Ravens Flexed to 4:25pm

first_imgThe Browns are in an interesting position next Sunday when they travel to Baltimore to take on the Ravens in what will be their 2018 season finale.A loss will hand the Ravens the AFC North title, while a Browns win along with a win by the Steelers over the team the Browns bested Sunday, the Cincinnati Bengals, will give the AFC North title to Pittsburgh.With all that at stake, the NFL announced Sunday evening that the two AFC North games have both been flexed to 4:25pm, out of the original kickoff time which was 1pm.Along with the two AFC North games flexed the league has pushed the Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings game to 4:25 PM ET on FOX. The Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans game has been flexed into a primetime Sunday night slot at 8:20 PM ET on NBC, and a game that has wild card implications in the NFC has been moved, as the Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins game has been flexed to 4:25 PM ET on FOX.The Browns will look, with a win, to end the season winning six of their last seven games, as well as end the year with just one loss in the AFC North (back in Hue Jackson’s last game as coach at the Steelers), while sweeping the Ravens and Bengals, and going 4-1-1 overall in divisional play. Matt Loede Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE.center_img Related TopicsBrownsRavenslast_img read more

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Kelly and Dasilva in England win

first_imgDasilva, on loan from Chelsea, captained Paul Simpson’s starting XI for the fixture at St George’s Park today (Thursday, September 6th).Kelly was also handed a place in the starting XI.The match was an invite-only fixture.Simpson’s young Lions next face Netherlands on Monday (September 10th, 6pm kick-off).last_img

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Friends of Clark Field Would like to Re-open Clark Field this Fall [AUDIO]

first_img About Connatix V56892 The spokesperson for Friends of Clark Field, Ruth Kaczor was my guest on WJON today. Ruth told me that the goal of their group is reach their fundraising goal of $675,000 for both phase 1 and phase 2 by June 1 to renovate Clark Field.  Kaczor says Friends of Clark Field is working to gain “non-profit” status but donations can go to the Tech Alumni Association until their status is resolved.  Listen to my conversation with Ruth below. 1/1 1080p HD About Connatix V56892 Auto (360p)center_img 360p Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 720p HD Friends of Clark Field has established a facebook page for individuals to find out more information about the organization.  To see WJON’s Dan DeBaun’s latest story on Clark Field click here.last_img read more

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Transfer news and gossip ahead of Wednesday’s deadline

first_img• Chelsea could let Zouma go, it’s claimed• Sunderland fail to land Begovic – Northern Echo• Blues closing in on Brozovic deal – Mail• Fabregas offered to Inter, Gazzetta dello Sport claim• Spaniard says he will ‘fight for Chelsea’• Chelsea ask about Luiz• Kenedy completes Watford loan move• Atsu expected to join Newcastle• QPR sign Anderlecht striker Sylla• Rangers also agree fee to sell Kpekawa• Rangers keeper set for contract and loan move• Brentford interested in Palace winger• Bees also want Henry GossipSunderland fail to land Begovic – Northern EchoSunderland have failed in an attempt to sign Chelsea goalkeeper Asmir Begovic on a season-long loan, the Northern Echo reports.AdChoices广告Black Cats boss David Moyes is keen to sign a goalkeeper before Wednesday’s transfer deadline as Vito Mannone has been sidelined by injury. But he was reportedly knocked back by Chelsea after an approach was made for Begovic.There has been speculation about Begovic’s future this summer and the Blues’ recent signing of Portuguese keeper Eduardo has fueled reports that the Bosnian could leave on loan.Speculation over ZoumaThe Sun have picked up on reports in Italy that Chelsea are willing to let Kurt Zouma leave on a potentially permanent basis.It follows initial reports that the defender could join Schalke on loan in order to rediscover his fitness following a long-term knee injury.Now it is claimed that Zouma, 21, is discussing a move to the German club and that the deal would involve an initial loan with the option of a permanent transfer at the end of the season.The reports emanate from Gianluca Di Marzio, a journalist whose father Gianni was previously Napoli boss and a transfer adviser to QPR.Chelsea closing in on Brozovic deal – MailChelsea are closing in on a £25m deal to sign Croatia midfielder Marcelo Brozovic from Inter Milan, according to the Daily Mail.Brozovic, 22, recently signed permanently for Inter after completing an 18-month loan spell from Dinamo Zagreb, but is apparently set for a move to west London.Juventus are reportedly interested but Inter would apparently prefer not to sell to a rival Serie A club.Speculation over Fabregas’ futureChelsea have offered Cesc Fabregas to Inter in a bid to sign Brozovic, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.It is claimed that Inter are considering the offer despite sporting director Piero Ausilio insisting Brozovic is set to stay with the Serie A club.It comes after Fabregas hit back at reports he could be on his way out of Chelsea.His omission from the Blues’ starting line-up has fueled speculation about his future.And reports in his native Spain have claimed that the midfielder has been told he can leave Stamford Bridge by boss Antonio Conte.But in a post on Instagram, Fabregas insisted that is not the case – and that he “will continue to fight” for the club.Click here for more.Wolves want Martin – SkyFulham face competition from Wolves for the signing of Derby County striker Chris Martin, Sky believe.West London Sport reported at the weekend that Whites head coach Slavia Jokanovic is keen to sign the 27-year-old.Sky say both Fulham and Wolves have tabled bids for Martin and that so far there has been no official response from Derby.NewsChelsea ask about LuizDavid Luiz could make a shock return to Chelsea from Paris St-Germain.The Blues, who are looking for a centre-back, have enquired about the availability of Luiz, 29, who they sold to the French club in 2014.Click here for more.Kenedy to WatfordChelsea winger Kenedy has joined Watford on loan until the end of the season.The Brazilian impressed when he featured for the Blues last season but has not featured this term under Antonio Conte.Click here for more.Remy completes Palace loan moveChelsea striker Loic Remy has joined Crystal Palace on a season-long loan.West Ham had also been interested in signing the Frenchman, who has been pushed down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge since the arrival of Michy Batshuayi.Click here for more.Bamford joins Burnley on loanChelsea striker Patrick Bamford has joined Burnley on loan until the end of the season.A number of Championship clubs, including QPR, were hoping to sign the 22-year-old, but he preferred to stay in the Premier League.Click here for more.QPR complete Sylla signingQPR have completed the signing of striker Idrissa Sylla from Anderlecht.West London Sport revealed on Monday that Rangers had agreed a fee in the region of £1.5m for Sylla, 25, and later revealed that he had agreed personal terms.The Guinea international, who has signed a three-year contract at Loftus Road, joined Anderlecht in February last year from Zulte Waregem. He was previously at French club Le Mans.Click here for more.Bees target HenryBrentford want Walsall’s highly-rated teenage left-back Rico Henry.The 19-year-old has been watched by a number of Championship clubs and could be set for a pre-deadline move.Click here for more.Kpekawa in talks with BarnsleyQPR defender Cole Kpekawa is edging closer to a move to Barnsley.The defender, 20, has been given the green light to travel north to discuss personal terms ahead of a proposed £450,000 move to Oakwell.Click here for more.Lumley set for contract and loan moveQPR plan to extend Joe Lumley’s contract before sending the goalkeeper out on loan this week. Lumley, 21, had been lined up for a loan move to Gillingham but that deal now appears unlikely to go through.Rangers are looking at other options as they are keen for Lumley to pick up more first-team experience.Click here for more.Atsu set to complete moveNewcastle are expected to complete a deal to sign Christian Astu from Chelsea.The Ghana winger, 24, has not made a first-team appearance for the Blues since being signed from Porto in 2013.Atsu is expected to move to St James’ Park on loan with a view to an eventual permanent move.Click here for more.Bees unable to land wingerBrentford have had another approach for Chesterfield winger Gboly Ariyibi rejected.The Bees recently made their interest in Ariyibi, 21, clear to the League One club and, having been rebuffed, have seen a follow-up move similarly fended off.Click here for more. 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