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The Becker County Sheriff's responded to an incident on County Highway 29 Saturday night.
Viewers using AT&T's DirecTV and U-Verse in multiple cities no longer have access to CBS programming.
It happened around 3:30 a.m. Saturday, July 20.
No word on if he entered the tractor pull competition.
Both crashes happened during the day Friday.
He had been mowing grass with the skidsteer.
The Blue Jays have a hefty asking price for their starting pitcher.
This is not what the Twins had envisioned with an 11.5-game lead in early June.
The man went fishing Friday and was found Saturday.
It’s a good bet major league scouts will pack Target Field tonight to see how Francisco Liriano handles the Baltimore Orioles. Liriano makes his first start since striking out 15 last Friday in a losing effort against the A’s. With the July 31 trading deadline coming up, several teams in the playoff hunt have Liriano on their radar.
Kevin Slowey wants to be a starter in 2012, and if he stays in Minnesota he will likely get his way. Twins general manager Terry Ryan says the team considers Slowey a starter. The righthander is arbitration eligible, meaning the Twins have until December 12 to offer him a contract or he becomes a free agent.
New team, new instructions. The White Sox want Francisco Liriano to quit picking away at the corners, get ahead in the count, and reduce his walks. Chicago pitching coach Don Cooper tells the Pioneer Press Liriano has some “matador” in him and wants to “throw harder” when in trouble.
Twins' GM Terry Ryan put the team's 6-18 start in perspective by saying, "Right now, things are not going very well." After watching the Twins get no-hit by Jered Weaver, Ryan says, "Now we're in Seattle, and we have to turn the page and forget what happened."