Why Dodgers SS Corey Seager will ace his sophomore year

first_imgCheck out the Rookies of the Year who became MVPs: Don Newcombe, Willie Mays, Frank Robinson, Pete Rose, Dick Allen, Rod Carew, Johnny Bench, Fred Lynn, Jose Canseco, Cal Ripken, Albert Pujols, Ryan Howard, Justin Verlander, Buster Posey, Mike Trout, Bryce Harper and Kris Bryant.You can add Mike Piazza, Jeff Bagwell, Billy Williams, Tom Seaver, Willie McCovey, Orlando Cepeda and Eddie Murray. Like several on the MVP list, they became Hall of Famers.Corey Seager, the N.L. Rookie of the Year in 2016 and a finalist for Most Valuable Player, went home to Kannapolis, N.C., and was back in the gym within a couple of weeks.But he also hit the golf course, which often hit him back.“I started playing a couple of years ago. And the golf game needs a lot of work,” Seager said the other morning at Camelback Ranch. GLENDALE, Ariz. — There used to be a thing called the “sophomore jinx.” It was waiting, with tentacles, for all high-flying rookies.The theory was that a first-year player sailed through his indoctrination year with no one else in baseball taking him seriously. By the second year, his flaws would be studied and exposed.Examples, among those who won Rookie of the Year Awards, included pitchers Harry Byrd (1952), Carl Morton (1970), Butch Metzger (1979), Pat Zachry (1979) and Jason Jennings (2002) and hitters John Castino (1979), Joe Charboneau (1980), Jerome Walton (1989), Pat Listach (1992) and Marty Cordova (1995).In truth, the sophomore jinx was more a symptom than a disease. Seager reached a milestone this winter when he actually broke 100, at Rocky River Golf Course. Yes, he still has the scorecard.. No, he didn’t break 100 the next time.“I had four putts on the last hole to break 100,” he said. “I wound up in the 97 range. But, yeah, I was nervous. I just went tap-tap-tap until I got it in. “We go to a lot of different courses. It’s usually me and one of my buddies against Justin, the middle brother, and one of his buddies. Justin’s way better than I am and it’s annoying, to be honest with you. But it’s a good way to relax and still have some of the competitiveness.”Justin plays in the Seattle organization. The oldest brother, Kyle, is an accomplished third baseman with the Mariners, and he kept touting Corey to whomever would listen.Kyle and Justin inoculated Seager from all viruses, including sophomore flu. In his rookie season, Seager had 40 doubles, 26 home runs and an .877 OPS, which led all National League shortstops. Seager had more at-bats than any National League player except former Angels infielder Jean Segura. He thrived, on the outside, but the peace of Kannapolis loomed like an oasis.“It was nice to have that under my belt, to know what the grind of 162 games was like,” he said. “I was able to figure out a routine that worked for me.“But I’d never experienced anything like the mental grind. I had never been locked in for that long. When the season was over, it took a while to get out of that mode. I’d wake up and start wondering where I had to be that day before I realized it was over.”“I ran Corey out there a lot last year,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said. “He was surrounded by guys like Adrian Gonzalez, Justin Turner, Chase Utley. He’s got a good head. All we ask is that he continues to grow as a major league player. I’m glad he’s on our side.”In 2013, the Dodgers quietly packed their belongings in St. Louis and headed into winter oblivion. The brilliant arm of rookie Michael Wacha had bounced them out of the playoffs.Sixteen months beforehand, the Dodgers had passed up Wacha, from Texas A&M, to take a shortstop from Northwest Cabarrus High with the 18th pick in the first round. As Wacha muffled the Dodgers, Seager was coming out of Double-A.Last year, Wacha was 7-7 with a 5.09 ERA. Seager did things before his 23rd birthday April 27 that will remain beyond the imagination of most of the Class of 2012.On Sunday, Cody Bellinger ripped a home run in the Dodgers’ second exhibition game. He is a 21-year-old who can pick outs from the dirt at first base. He will get here when his performance merits it, and if Gonzalez is still at first base, he’ll play the outfield. Dodgers scouts say Bellinger reminds them of another youthful fellow. Both make you want to keep all scorecards.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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United climb up to fifth

first_imgThis coming Sunday, June 28, Pattaya United will take on second placed Angthong FC, currently lying just one point above United, at the Nongprue Stadium in Pattaya. Kick-off is scheduled for 6 p.m. and tickets are available for the match at the Dolphins Stadium Ticket Office 2, from 2 p.m. on match day priced at 120, 150 or 200 baht (60 baht for students and children under 120cm tall).Pattaya United FC line up before their Thai Division 1 fixture against Pichit FC at the Pichit Stadium, Saturday, June 20. (Photo/Pattaya United FC) Pattaya United bounced back from their previous week’s 2-1 defeat at Bangkok FC to record a first away win of the season against Pichit FC at the Pichit Stadium on Saturday, June 20.  A first half goal from Korean defender Lee Won-young was enough to seal the points for United and send them up to fifth place in the league standings on 21 points.last_img read more

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McGahan magic at Green Valley

first_img3rd Mark William (9) 38ptsB Flight1st Kevin Hamilton (19) 39pts2nd Tom Breslin (26) 38pts3rd Steven Phillips (29) 37ptsTwo flights on Wednesday at the groups home course of Green Valley.  The scoring was good, especially in the A Flight were Phonsie McGahan returned a superb 43 points to take the win ahead of Brian Orr, who himself came in with a great 41 point return.  Mark William was third with a ‘meager’ 38 points. PSC golf from The Caddy ShackWednesday, Jan. 4, Green Valley – StablefordA Flight1st Phonsie McGahan (7) 43pts2nd Brian Orr (15) 41pts In the B Flight Kevin Hamilton came out on top with a 39 point haul to finish one better than Tom Breslin in second and two up on Steven Phillips in third.  Steven had the consolation of recording the only birdie ‘2’ of the day.Friday, Jan. 6,Crystal Bay –StablefordA Flight1st Ted Gardner (6) 39pts2nd Doug Crowe (8) 39pts3rd Emmet White (10) 38ptsB Flight1st Olly (22) 40pts2nd Bruce Tollitt (19) 35pts3rd Dave Bramley (18) 35ptsThe good scores continued at always tough Crystal Bay on Friday with Olly top scoring on 40 points to claim the B Flight honours ahead of Bruce Tollitt and Dave Bramley; Bruce getting the better of the count back in the battle for second place.Ted Gardner meanwhile took out the A Flight with a fine 39 points off his 6 handicap to just edge Doug Crowe on another count back, and Emmet White completed the podium a further point behind.Doug Crowe, Mark William, Jim McGovern and Brian Orr shared the ‘2’s pot between them.last_img read more

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Shuichi lands the treble

first_imgDivision 2 (14+)1st Shuichi Kodaka (17) 38pts2nd Tony O’Neil (22) 35pts3rd Bruce Hilde (16) 35pts4th John Carlin (19) 33ptsA good week of golf when the weather, against all forecasts, remained dry and the group took on “the trip Pats” comprising Pattavia, Pattana and Pattaya courses, all of which were found to be in top condition.  The first of these also proved to be a little bit easier than usual due to the recent wet weather that had allowed the greens to grow well over their normal stimp meter reading of 10/11 and allowed the players a chance to take on the hole even from above the pin positions.Shuichi Kodaka.The first division was led in by Vic Woolton who was returning to the group after some months away.  He returned one of three 39 pointers, winning the count back with a best 22 to leave Alan Pilkington in second with 18 and Dave Edwards in third with 17.  Brian Libbey, another returnee, took the last step of the podium in the first division.Vic Woolton.Shuichi Kodaka took the first of what was to be a memorable three win week with a solid two-under handicap three ahead of a count back for second and third, which Tony O’Neil won with a better 18 to 15 to leave Bruce Hilde in third spot and John Carlin claiming the fourth place two more behind them.John Carlin.Vic Woolton and Dave Edwards shared the first division 2s pool whilst Pat Murphy took the second division with his solo effort on the 4th hole.Mark Lang.Wednesday, Jan. 11, Pattana A & C – StablefordCSS 75Division 1 (0-13)1st Mark Lang (4) 34pts2nd Adrian Cook (11) 33pts3rd Jon Batty (7) 32pts4th Mike Dabanovich (11) 31ptsDivision 2 (14+)1st Shuichi Kodaka (17) 34pts2nd Tony O’Neil (22) 28pts3rd John Carlin (19) 28pts4th Larry Gibb (21) 28ptsOnce again two divisions were needed to accommodate the growing numbers finding their way to Soi Lengkee, with the split coming again at 13 and below.Whilst the rain stayed away, the course was still affected by the recent heavy downpours and played extremely long off both the white tees for the first division and the yellow tees for the second division.Mark Lang headed the first division at two over handicap as Adrian Cook took second place, Jon Batty third and Mike Dabanovich fourth, all having found the going very tough.The second division was led in again by Shuichi Kodaka for his second win of the week, with Tony O’Neil second after he had the best of a three-way count back, scoring 16 and John Carlin third with 14 and Larry Gibb fourth with 13.There were no 2s in the second division but Graham Davis made up for an otherwise disappointing day with the sole one in the first division.Prior to the presentations there was a last farewell for departed Capt. Dick Lyne, Kings Troop Royal Horse Artillery, who was being buried in the UK that day following his long, but extremely cheerful, battle with MND.  Sadly missed by all those who were fortunate to have known him.Friday, Jan. 6, Pattaya C.C. – StablefordCSS 72Division 1 (0–17)1st Shuichi Kodaka (17) 36pts2nd Peter Skinner (9) 34pts3rd Ray Banks (12) 33pts4th Mark Williams (8) 33pts5th Kevin Blake (8) 31ptsDivision 2 (18+)1st John Carlin (19) 41pts2nd Joe Torrick (27) 37pts3rd Mike Hill (20) 34pts4th John Tallett (20) 34pts5th Barry Slayford (22) 34ptsAgain two divisions were required to take on Pattaya Country Club, where ‘lift and place’ helped the players deal with the damp conditions.Shuichi Kodaka found himself strangely in the first division again and luckily so as it meant that he took his third win of the week instead of a second place in the second division.  In the process of winning, Shuichi denied Peter Skinner a long sought after win as the latter had to settle for a well-earned second place ahead of a count back for third and fourth that Ray Banks won with a better 19 to 16 to leave Mark Williams in fourth, followed by a unusually subdued Kevin Blake in fifth a couple more behind him.John Carlin at last returned the sort of card he is normally complaining about that others do to take the second division by storm, four ahead of his nearest competitor and half a street in front of the rest of the division after an excellent day’s golf.Joe Torrick was that second placed player after he also returned a card with his best round for some time.  Mike Hill then won a count back over John Tallett with a better 21 to 20 to leave Barry Slayford on the last step in fifth after he could manage just 14 after a very good opening nine.There were no 2s in the first division but Ray Phillips made hay on the 178-yard 5th hole with a five-iron to one and a half feet, with a smooth stroke to follow. IPGC Golf from The HavenMonday, Jan. 9, Pattavia – StablefordCSS 71Division 1 (0–13)1st Vic Woolton (13) 39pts2nd Alan Pilkington (7) 39pts3rd Dave Edwards (13) 39pts4th Brian Libbey (11) 38ptslast_img read more

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Laong fires blistering back nine at Pattaya Country Club

first_imgPSC golf from The Outback Golf BarMonday, November 7, Khao Kheow – Stableford There wasn’t a report filed by anyone about the course today but what seemed over the weekend as though it was going to be a very low turnout changed into a full house, although only 21 played on the tournament as the Irish guys, who were due to joins us, arrived late and played in their own competition. So it was A & B from the yellows and it does look as though the Outbackers are gradually learning how to play this course as Suzi topped the day, after a lean spell of some weeks, with an excellent 41 points, to take Div A by six from the consistent Graham Johnson on 35. A happy Suzi Lawton after her fantastic 41 points at Khao Kheow.Andy Makara also turned on a bit of form to win Div B with 38 points, losing one shot to handicap in the process and he was two clear of two guys on 36, Chris Thompson and Steve Plant.In the race to the end of the month in the Big Mango Properties sponsored best 6 cards tournament, Dennis Pelly (99pts) opened up a clear lead of 13 points over Owen Walkley (86pts), they being the only two players to have entered all three counting tournaments so far; with Greg Hill back in third on 69.Finally, there was an incident involving the marking of a scorecard.  All players are reminded that it is the players responsibility see ensure that his or her card has been marked correctly at the end of the round before it is handed in to the tournament organisers.  Don’t give your marker a hard time if the score is wrong in your opinion but you failed to sign or check your card just because you’re in a hurry to leave the course!There was only one ‘2’ from Dennis Pelly on hole 17.Div A (0-15)1st Suzi Lawton (15/Hi16.8) 41pts2nd Graham Johnson (8/Hi7.3) 35pts3rd Paul Pedelty (16/Hi14.5) 34pts4th Dennis Pelly (12/Hi10.8) 34ptsDiv B (16+)1st Andy Makara (30/Hi27.5) 38pts2nd Chris Thompson (26/Hi23.6) 36pts3rd Steve Plant (18/Hi13.3) 36pts4th Paul Rogers (22/Hi20.5) 32ptsTuesday, November 8, Pattaya C.C. – StablefordIt was another good turnout here at Pattaya Country Club with 26 Outbackers playing in two divisions.Some of the visiting 17 Irish lads relax at the Outback Golf Bar.The course was in good condition and as usual our organiser for the day, Chad, got us all away in fine fashion, even though he didn’t quite believe it himself when it was down to the last two groups and he had 8 players left!  If you’d seen him the day before trying to get the groups sorted, with Capt’ Bob having about three Kens playing and Irish Sean, and then a couple more no shows in the morning, it really was quite remarkable that it all worked out OK.  Well done mate!It was nice to see Frank O’Neill in the bar on Tuesday morning, there to support his good lady, Laong who looks after him so well.  He must have inspired her that morning as she returned one of her best scores ever (42pts), which contained one the most remarkable back nines seen on any scorecard.  Going out in a modest 16 points, Laong opened up the back nine with three 4 pointers in a row, birdieing the 10th and the 12th and not content with that she collected another 4 points on hole 15, to romp home with a total on the back nine of 26!Poor John White must have wondered what hit him, as he scored a great 41 points, in stark contrast to last week’s effort, but it was only enough to earn him second place, however it did move him up the DeVere Monthly Eclectic leader-board.  Chad also scored well today to take third with 37.General Jack (35pts), followed last week’s win with another one this week, staying under the handicap radar both times as he beat Billy Fitzgerald who was going great guns on the front nine (22pts) only to struggle on the back with only 13.  Perhaps the departure of John Cogan, who had to go home to take care of one of his kids after 8 holes having already scored 18 points at that point, disrupted Billy’s obvious comfort zone.There were only two ‘2’s from Geoff Williams on hole 7 and Laong on hole 12.Div A (0-17)1st Jack Moseley (14/Hi14.9) 35pts2nd Billy Fitzgerald (12/Hi13) 35pts3rd Dennis Persson (14/Hi15.7) 32pts4th Geoff Doody (17/Hi17.9) 31ptsDiv B (18+)1st Laong Gatepratum (27/Hi25.6) 42pts2nd John White (27/Hi27.2) 41pts3rd Barry Chadbourn (18/Hi19) 37pts4th Nigel Cannon (21/Hi21.6) 33ptsWednesday, November 9, Burapha – StablefordWith 48 players it takes a little bit of time to get everyone away, but we got there in the end.  It was a great day for golf just a nice breeze and not too hot and there was a new “Boo Hoo” cup challenge today between John and Suzi Lawton against Bob Philp and Neil Lavery, which was won on the 18th by a shot from Suzi:- 100 yards to go and she hits it to 6 inches.The Capt was playing under a handicap today with his first two shots off the 1st tee going out of bounds – a great start to the day.John Lawton managed to get Neil a bit under the weather and by the time we turned it was anybody’s “Boo Hoo” cup, but the beer took over from about hole number 13 and that was the end of us.As for the rest of the scores, they were not too bad but nobody got the better of the course as the best score in was 38 points from one of the Irish lads visiting us for the second year; hope you enjoyed your day fellas.John Cunningham topped Div A with 35 points, just pipping one of the Irish boys, James O’Mahony, on count back with Jim Brackett and Owen Walkley following them in just one shot back, both with 34.Gerry Mernagh (Irish) won Div B with 38 ahead of Les Easton (37) with Pete Stonebridge a distant third on 31.Our regular players dominated Div C with the win going to Greg Hill (36) and Bob Lindborg (33) and Barry McIntosh also with 33, taking the minor places.  We also had a D division today and that was won by another of the Irish, Mr J Braithwaite, with 37.The course continues to be in magnificent condition with the greens fast and true and with run now on the fairways.Note: The “Boo Hoo” is a little fun matchplay challenge started last year and this year it will run until just after Christmas and will serve as a charity fundraiser.  So if you fancy throwing down the gauntlet for a match against your mates you’re welcome to have a go, with the losers contributing to the fund of course.There were only three ‘2’s from Owen Walkely on hole C5, Dennis Pelly (hole C8) and Tom Fitzpatrick (hole D8).Div A (0-11)1st John Cunningham (7/Hi6.8) 35pts2nd James O’Mahony (6) 35pts3rd Jim Brackett (5/Hi5.1) 34pts4th Owen Walkley (9/Hi9.3) 34ptsDiv B (12-17)1st Gerry Mernagh (17/Hi16.5) 38pts2nd Les Easton (15/Hi14.3) 37pts3rd Pete Stonebridge (15/Hi15) 31pts4th Gary Lunn (12) 29ptsDiv C (18-22)1st Greg Hill (21/Hi19.9) 36pts2nd Bob Lindborg (19/Hi18.8) 33pts3rd Barry McIntosh (18/Hi17.5) 33pts4th Bill Bennett (19/Hi18) 31ptsDiv D (23+)1st J Braithwaite (23/Hi22) 37pts2nd Steve Giles (25/Hi24.1) 34pts3rd Chris Thompson (25/Hi23.7) 33pts4th Pat Connolly (23/Hi22) 33ptsFriday, November 11, Green Valley – StablefordOur Irish friends from Wednesday, never made it, which was probably just as well as we would have been overbooked by a few on an already busy course, leaving us with a good sized field of 30, plus a couple or so.Suzi ran the comp as Capt’ Bob had jobs to do and the General was up country enjoying the delights of Loy Kratong (Thurs 10th Nov) in Surin for a change instead of at the packed beaches in Pattaya & Jomtien.Jan Eriksen led the way in Div A, with the day’s top score of 38, from Steve Plant and Murray Hart both on 37.  Div B went to a surprise winner, John Lawton (35pts) who’s back to work in Nigeria this weekend, with Andy Makara and Paul Rogers filling the second and third spots with 34 apiece.There were two ‘2’s on hole 12, one from Dennis Pelly and the other from Chris Thompson.Div A (0-16)1st Jan Eriksen (14/Hi14.1) 38pts2nd Steve Plant (13/Hi13.3) 37pts3rd Murray Hart (13/Hi13.2) 37pts4th Dennis Pelly (10/Hi10.9) 36ptsDiv B (17+)1st John Lawton (20/Hi19.4) 35pts2nd Andy Makara (27/Hi26.5) 34pts3rd Paul Rogers (21/Hi20.5) 34pts4th Roger Pickering (26/Hi25.1) 32ptsNote:  The Outback Golf Bar is situated about 6km from Sukhumvit Road along Soi Siam Country.  All are welcome to come and join us for a beer and a hit. Just call in and put your name down on the list or give Bob a call on 087 941 2474.last_img read more

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Sports Bag: State of golf courses

first_imgUK Sports Editor;P.S.C. members have recently written up an article about the very poor state of the Emerald Golf Course and its very high fees. They moan and say they will “place balls” on the course until it improves. But if it is that bad, why continue to support the club? Articles in newspapers will mean nothing to the course’s Thai owners, but action by loss of business will get their attention. Why not get other members of P.S.C. to help by supporting a blockade against playing at all clubs of very poor quality and high fees?Thai golf course fees have gone up around 50% on average since 2010 but the courses have not improved by that much, and in some cases have got worse. Why not set up an info page on P.S.C.’s web site with updates on courses for all to see so they will be in the know and can make a decision as to where they play next? This might help improve things.Carl Whilelast_img read more

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GRADED STAKES SPRINT WINNERS CONQUEST TWO STEP, WILD DUDE & CHITU SIGNED ON FOR SATURDAY’S GRADE II, $250,000 SAN CARLOS STAKES; COMEBACKING KOBE’S BACK ATTEMPTS TO RETURN STRONG WITH NEW BARN

first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (March, 4 2015) – Graded stakes winners Conquest Two Step, Wild Dude and Chitu head a field of strong sprint contenders in Saturday’s Gr. II, $250,000 San Carlos Stakes at seven furlongs. Comebacking Kobe’s Back makes his first start since July in a new barn, gains a Hall of Fame rider and helps to round out a competitive field of nine older horses.A winner of the Grade II Palos Verdes Stakes in his most recent outing on Jan. 31, Conquest Two Step ran second, by a nose, to top older horse Shared Belief in the Gr. I Malibu Stakes two starts back on Opening Day, Dec. 26 going seven furlongs; after being steadied at the five eighths pole.The 4-year-old colt by Two Step Salsa trained by Mark Casse earned a career-high Beyer Speed figure of 105 in the Palos Verdes and will retain the services of regular rider Joe Talamo. Conquest Two Step will go seven furlongs for only the second time in his career Saturday and has only been out of the money once in 10 lifetime starts.Conquest Two Step is owned by Conquest Stables, LLC. He is 10-3-5-1 overall with earnings of $309,408.Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer will be well represented by Wild Dude, who will be making his second start off an almost nine month layoff. The consummate sprinter ran third in his last out to Conquest Two Step in the Gr. II Palos Verdes and will again have leading rider Rafael Bejarano aboard. Preceding the Palos Verdes, he ran second to Gr. I sprint champ Big Macher prior to his layoff in the Gr. II Potrero Grande in April, 2014.The 5-year-old horse by Wildcat Heir is owned by Hollendorfer and Green Smith. He is 11-4-3-2- overall with $344,220 in earnings.Jerry Hollendorfer also has entered Outside Nashville, who comes off an eighth place finish in the Gr. III seven furlong, General George Handicap at Laurel Feb. 16.Chitu, a winner of the Gr. III Sunland Derby a year ago, ran ninth in the 2014 Kentucky Derby, but came back in October after a layoff to win the seven furlong Damascus Stakes at Santa Anita and was third in his most recent start, the Malibu, behind Shared Belief and Conquest Two Step. After dueling for the lead throughout most of the Malibu, Chitu fought back and continued “willingly to the end” losing by only three fourths of a length.After being ridden by east coast-based Joel Rosario in his last two starts, Martin Garcia gains the mount on Chitu and the pair will break from the rail. Off since December, he will run seven furlongs for the third consecutive time Saturday.Owned by Tanma Corporation and trained by Bob Baffert, he is 7-4-1-1 overall with earnings of $597,800.Away since July 2014, Kobe’s Back will make his first start for new trainer Peter Eurton and will also gain the services of rider Gary Stevens.A Kentucky Derby hopeful following an impressive 5 ¼ length win in the San Vicente in February, Kobe’s Back went on to run seventh in the Gr. II Rebel at Oaklawn in March for then trainer John Sadler. Kobe’s Back ran fifth in his most recent start, the Gr. I Bing Crosby Stakes at Del Mar in July, going six furlongs on synthetic Polytrack.Since entering Peter Eurton’s barn in the winter, he seems to be growing and filling out as a 4-year-old. “I feel pretty good about him,” said Eurton. “I like everything I see and he seems like he should run his race.” New jock Gary Stevens has been working him in the mornings and Eurton has expressed that he likes what he is hearing from Stevens.A colt by Flatter, he is owned by CRK Stable and is 9-2-1-1- overall with $276,250 in earnings.Majestic City will shorten up after his last seven attempts at routing as he comes off a nine month layoff for trainer Ron Ellis and will try rider Tyler Baze for the first time. Most recently fourth in the Gr. II Californian Stakes May 31 going 1 1/8 miles, he ran fifth to Fed Biz in the Gr. II Pat O’Brien Stakes at Del Mar in August 2013, his last attempt at seven furlongs.Owned by Jeff Bloom’s Bloom Racing Stable, LLC, Majestic City is 22-4-4-4- overall with $448.960 in earnings.The complete field for the Grade II Palos Verdes Stakes, to be run as the 9th race on an 11-race card Saturday, in post position order with jockeys and weights: Chitu, Martin Garcia, 118; Outside Nashville, Kent Desormeaux, 118; Majestic City, Tyler Baze, 118; Conquest Two Step, Joseph Talamo, 123; Kobe’s Back, Gary Stevens, 118; El Nino Terrible, Fernando Perez, 118; Wild Dude, Rafael Bejarano, 118; Midnight Hawk, Victor Espinoza, 118; Blues Blaster, Juan Sanchez, 118. –30–last_img read more

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