San Francisco Dons’ freshman left-hander Thomas Cox was certainly at his best on Tuesday afternoon at Peccole Park. The skinny 6-foot-3, 168-pounder allowed just two hits and a run in six innings in beating the Wolf Pack 4-1 in front of 401 fans.
Do the math. Seven overtimes at five minutes each is 35 extra minutes of basketball. That’s roughly 75 percent of a full NBA game, which means by the time things tip off tomorrow evening, Game 7 will already be more than half over.
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Once we were off the ship, we still heard the barking. Lo and behold, a sea lion was chilling out on a buoy! We couldn’t believe it. Unfortunately, neither one of us thought to take any photos, and he was gone when we got back.
Diaper Pins & Rice — Use a large bowl and fill with an entire bag of white rice. Use standard safety pins or diaper pins and mix well with the rice. Have a guest sit down in a chair and be blindfolded. Tell the guest they have two minutes to find as many diaper pins as possible strictly by sifting through the rice using hands only. Whoever finds the most diaper pins within the two minutes of all the participants wins the game. This is not as easy as it sounds but is so much fun to watch and giggle.
Newborns: According to the American Academy of Pediatrics babies should be reacting to sounds by startling, blinking, crying or being calmed, by one week. They should be able to fix on your face, and start to follow movement with their eyes. This is when you start to help their growth by playing, talking, cuddling, and singing to them.
For example, Andrew Ference has registered negative ratings in five of his games played so far this season, including tonight, when he had a -2 rating. He will become a free agent at the end of the season and may be looking to renew his contract with the Bruins, but his performance may be a worry for general manager Peter Chiarelli.