Check out the best items from David Ortiz’s very weird estate sale

first_imgStars — they’re just like us!Former Red Sox slugger David Ortiz is having an estate sale at his former Weston, Mass., property on Friday. While I’m sure many people can relate to wanting to declutter (although I’m not sure most people have a Fenway-themed basement to store their junk in), some of the items for sale are definitely a little strange. Exceptional Estate Sales https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/b7/5b/ortiz-wedding-topper_qptdufscultv1r47nr8ii6wq7.jpg?t=-2085539048&w=500&quality=80 We’ll have to assume this belongs to one of his kids, but he definitely should have worn this during games.Just a cool frogThis frog, quite literally, rocks. Look at this guy. Exceptional Estate Sales https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/84/bd/ortiz-wine-charms_c4j7iaut6ma71e8634ry5diwz.jpg?t=-2085828368&w=500&quality=80 Exceptional Estate Sales https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/a9/1d/ortiz-bookcase_diicfg8y5nrp151z1m5llsc36.jpg?t=-2083351496&w=500&quality=80 Having two definitely makes it weirder. One is a fun accent piece. Two is … you got a deal at the barrel store? You’re running a saloon? No idea.Drink upNumbered wine charms, perfect for your glass of crisp Zinfandellsbury. With a few jinglebell charms for Christmas, too. Exceptional Estate Sales https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/8d/96/ortiz-barrel-chest_rz3tvqkbao2e15qfydbrj4wpz.jpg?t=-2086706528&w=500&quality=80 Exceptional Estate Sales https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/e7/86/ortiz-pig-dish_1aye9xu2isu7n1kaq2m4tqc6z2.jpg?t=-2083307432&w=500&quality=80 Do you think Big Papi put both three and four on his glass? Fun to speculate!They see me rollin’Ortiz also has a custom Red Sox hoverboard that has seen a few rides. A little quirky for a mansion in the richest town in Massachusetts, but certainly not the oddest thing here because …That’s right! There’s also a barrel chest! You simply must purchase the pair. Exceptional Estate Sales https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/fe/b0/ortiz-barrel-cabinet_1hus73vauw04u1afghps862izx.jpg?t=-2086880952&w=500&quality=80 This printer from 2002Lots of questions here.Do they still make ink for these? Why didn’t Ortiz buy a new printer after 2002 when everyone goes through at least one printer every five years? How does a printer from 2002 still work? It prints in color, but only comes with one black ink cartridge? It doesn’t look used, and doesn’t exactly scream “baseball player,” so your guess is as good as mine. But it is fun to say “cake topper” in a Boston accent. Try it.MLB SPRING TRAINING 2020: Schedule, TV channels, live online streamsFenway FranksSome of these items, while weird, are a steal. Pretty nice charcoal grill, never used.  Exceptional Estate Sales https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/31/64/ortiz-slides_oahamiphb6ou1urth9q44rm3k.jpg?t=-2083371432&w=500&quality=80center_img Exceptional Estate Sales https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/1d/a3/ortiz-grill_ntv300zwqxsn15kz2cqsrn35s.jpg?t=-2085321592&w=500&quality=80 OinkLast, we have some lovely dishes in the shape of pigs. There’s no way he used this in Boston, because those hilly, uneven sidewalks would break his neck. Maybe he just rolled around the house?Cake taahpahsThis is something that not even my grandmother would pick up. Exceptional Estate Sales https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/42/ff/ortiz-spiderman_hyrzz2dq81ta18l1qa5gqwbdx.jpg?t=-2083270464&w=500&quality=80 I’m sure it was a gift to the team, but it’s either very cool or very weird to walk around in your best friend’s custom shoes. You can decide for yourself.Spiderbelt, SpiderbeltNothing rhymes with Spiderbelt (that makes sense). He’s obviously going to be a hot-ticket item at the estate sale.BookcaseNothing remarkable here, except that I really hope that Big Papi has read “Under the Tuscan Sun,” “Confessions of a Shopaholic” and “New Moon.” MORE: Ortiz calls Mike Fiers a “snitch,” defends Rob ManfredDoes he have some interesting items that fans would love to see, like old jerseys, signed photos, and other miscellaneous memorabilia? Yes. However, that is not what this article is about.Here’s a look at the weirdest things for sale from the Ortiz estate.Barrels of funFirst up, this lovely barrel cabinet. He has a fancy grill out back, so I like to imagine that someone not close to him bought this as a gift and he politely stored it away. Considerate Papi.Slip on, slip offHard to tell if the Pedro Martinez slides are worn or not since they come with the box. Exceptional Estate Sales https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/ab/e5/ortiz-printer_13s85l2u6rzti1w5ix3f24ip3b.jpg?t=-2083247368&w=500&quality=80 Exceptional Estate Sales https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/41/ba/ortiz-frog_b58u2s7nie491mitnap25nkuy.jpg?t=-2083330528&w=500&quality=80 Exceptional Estate Sales https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/6d/e0/ortiz-hoverboard_1sj6sgd2fkozk1jt6mncy608u6.jpg?t=-2085710080&w=500&quality=80 Not sure what meals you would serve in these, but anything pork feels either too on the nose or disrespectful.last_img read more

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NHL coaches Rod Brind’Amour, Rick Tocchet, Craig Berube forced to adjust to season pause

first_img“Just to the fans, I’ll be honest, I missed the fans,” Tocchet added. “It’s not so much even the great fans of the Coyotes, but it’s going into Carolina, the Caniacs, and seeing how loud they are, or going to play St. Louis and that stupid bell goes off every time they score a goal. I miss that stuff. I won’t take that stuff for granted.”Brind’Amour gave a special thank you to the medical workers during the crisis. “It shouldn’t take a crisis like this, but to kind of realize how important certain people are in the world,” he said. “You know, our medical staff, just a real shout out to them to all their what they’re doing… Hopefully, we’ll get this behind us as soon as we all do our part. That’s the key. So stay safe everyone and let’s get hockey back soon.” Rod Brind’Amour of the Carolina Hurricanes, Rick Tocchet of the Arizona Coyotes and Craig Berube of the St. Louis Blues are three coaches with a lot still on the line this season. In a video call with reporters on Friday, they shared how they’ve been spending their time in lockdown. “Myself and our GM, John Chayka, we’ve had player calls,” Tocchet said. “So we’ve had 15-20 minutes per guy talking. It’s weird, and Roddy [Brind’Amour] and Chief [Berube] know this, it’s not exit meetings because I still believe that we’re going to play in the next couple months and I’m trying to be optimistic, but I think it’s important that you stay connected with a team.” Brind’Amour has had a different mindset.”Our management owners kind of right away told us this was gonna be more long-term,” he said. “So we kind of looked at it as our offseason. So we’re kind of preparing actually for the draft a little bit, looking at stuff like that. We’ve definitely had some communication with our players but more from the strength coach perspective, he’s talking daily to those guys because they’re dispersed all over, and to be honest, a lot of guys don’t have access to this stuff. Some guys have great gyms in their house, other guys have nothing.”Berube is expecting his players to stay in shape if the season does end up resuming.”Hopefully we do get going again here at some point,” he added. “Our guys have got to be in decent enough shape to come back and they’re ready to go quickly because you’re not going to have a whole lot of time preparing for this. But from a system standpoint or coaching, I don’t believe there’s a whole lot of changes to be made. You’re going to start, you’re going to get prepared, like a training camp type of thing, it’s going to be shorter and then you get playing again.”MORE: Best storylines if NHL goes straight to postseason when it resumesTocchet has even picked up a new activity to keep him active during the lockdown: rollerblading. “I’ve always been a choppy skater, boys. You guys know that,” he said. “I was there in the garage and I said I was going to start rollerblading, so I guess every other day I’ve been rollerblading. It’s actually pretty cool and you get a good leg burn.”However, he did have a bit of a mishap while enjoying his new hobby.”I got a little cocky,” he said. “I hit a little pothole and went down hard. I’m not going to lie to you, it still hurts. I got a big raspberry on the butt and down the leg… Actually a car stopped, a nice person stopped and asked me if I was okay, and that was nice of them. But yeah, I’m okay.”This is when you get cocky roller blading 👌 pic.twitter.com/FnvoovysRA— Rick Tocchet (@RealRocket22) April 2, 2020The three coaches sent their well-wishes to fans and say they’re looking forward to when hockey finally returns.”It’s bigger than hockey,” Berube said. “It’s bigger than all sports… The most important thing is to fix this, get healthy and stay safe. Hopefully, we can get back to playing. We all miss it.” Right as the NHL season was heading into its final stretch, everything came screeching to a halt. The coronavirus pandemic has now put the rest of the year on hold and left the hockey world in a state of uncertainty.It’s extremely frustrating for the athletes, many of whom were either gearing up for the playoffs or already in the midst of an intense playoff push, but it’s also hard on the coaches. With around a dozen unfinished regular-season games hanging unsettlingly over their heads, their players are being forced to stay at home and away from the rink. No one is sure how, or when, things will ultimately play out. last_img read more

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Rudisha ready for hot 800m

first_imgBEIJING, China:Since beating Botswana’s Nigel Amos to the 800 metres gold medal at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, Kenyan star David Rudisha has been looking at his rival’s heel whenever they meet.Amos has beaten Rudisha in each of their last six races since the Olympics final, but the world record holder, who admitted that it’s the Botswana youngster who comes into the World Championships as the man to beat, insists that there is no psychological disadvantage despite Amos’ streak of wins over him.The men’s 800m is certainly one of the must-see events in Beijing with Rudisha and Amos providing just two perspectives to a potential thriller that should also include Ayanleh Souleiman, who has also been impressive this season.”I think this rivalry is very good and very healthy. This year in the 800m, nobody is unbeaten so it’s going to be one of the exciting races here, and Amos is the favourite for this World Championships and that will take a bit of pressure off myself but I’m really looking forward to it,” Rudisha told The Gleaner.”He has no psychological advantage over me, though,” he added. “I am tough, psycho-logically. Over the years, I have been building that and I know the reasons why I have been struggling is because I was coming back from the injury. It was a career-threatening injury, so, for me, to be back was a big thing, and now I had to work my way back, I knew there would be challenges.”Glad to be backRudisha says he is happy to be back in Beijing and reported that he has been spending a lot of time in recent weeks doing speed work, which he expects will add to his arsenal, as he looks to wrestle control of the event he once dominated.”I’m happy to be back here in Beijing for these World Championships and I’m really looking forward to it,” he said.”We have been doing good training, I’ve had some good sessions and we were aiming to peak at this time, and I’ve done quite a lot in mileage and the only part that was remaining was speed, and that’s what I have been working on over the past few weeks,” said Rudisha.”The response has been very good, I have been having some impressive sessions and I’m excited about it.”andre.lowe@gleanerjm.comlast_img read more

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Mitchell scores career-high 22, Jazz beat Lakers

first_imgGiles falters again, Astros lose to Dodgers in Game 4 Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Ricky Rubio scored a season-high 21 points, had seven rebounds and four assists for the Jazz while Derrick Favors had his first double-double of the season with 14 points and 10 rebounds.Mitchell’s corner 3-pointer with 1:48 remaining gave the Jazz a 91-79 lead and put the game away.“I thought that we were gritty,” Jazz coach Quin Snyder said. “I like that we shot 31 3s. We had one less turnover than last game, so showed improvement on that.“The game became different when they started switching everything in pick-and-roll. That’s something we need to learn how to attack better. … Guys just have to have courage to drive to the basket. … There were times when we were questioning ourselves in those situations.”Brandon Ingram led the Lakers with 16 points and Jordan Clarkson put up 15 off the bench. Ball, the No. 2 overall draft pick, finished with nine points, two rebounds and four assists — the rebounds and assists were season lows.ADVERTISEMENT Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set LATEST STORIES “We are still trying to find our identity still,” Ball said. “We are trying to run and some of the possessions are getting caught in the half court and we are just standing. So it comes with practice. We have to figure it out in practice and transition to the game.“I think I had nine points, four assists, something like that. It’s not enough.”Utah cruised through the second quarter before the Lakers found some momentum in the third and cut the lead to eight points thanks to nine third-quarter points from Ingram. Mitchell put together one of the best stretches of his young career to push the lead back to 75-64 at the end the quarter. He had an old school three-point play, the monstrous rebound dunk and a 3 from the top of the arc in just over 2 minutes.An 8-2 run to start the fourth quarter cut the Jazz lead to 77-72, but the Lakers were never quite able to get over the hump.“I think the little things hurt us down the stretch,” Lakers coach Luke Walton said. “They executed a little better than we did down the stretch. They hit that offensive glass, that is a big team.“It wasn’t our guys not fighting. I thought our guys did a good job of fighting they had some big second opportunities that hurt. They made more shots than we did at the end of the day.”TIP-INSLakers: Rookie Kyle Kuzma played his first game back in Salt Lake City after spending three years at the University of Utah. He went to his favorite breakfast spot and saw his former barber before the game. … The Lakers shot 5 for 22 from 3-point range.Jazz: Snyder wants more aggression from Rodney Hood as the team needs his scoring having lost Gordon Hayward and George Hill. Hood had a game-high nine attempts in the first half. … Rudy Gobert had his worst statistical game of the season with six points and eight rebounds.ROUGH FOR ROOKIES It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene View commentscenter_img The victory broke a two-game losing streak for the Jazz.“I haven’t caught a dunk like that in a long time, so it was kind of crazy,” Mitchell said. “It was kind of surreal.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smog“I’ve been struggling the last few games offensively. Defensively, I’ve been playing well, but as a young kid, it gets in your head that you’re not scoring that much.”The Jazz jumped out to a 21-7 lead thanks to a 16-3 run highlighted by a floater from Mitchell after he pump-faked Ball and got to his spot with a eurostep. The Lakers, however, hung around throughout the night and made it a game in the fourth quarter, but never led. Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Ball has started all six games for the Lakers and Mitchell has started three and been the first guard off the bench for the Jazz. Both entered the game struggling with their shot as Ball was shooting 31.3 percent and Mitchell 25.0 percent.Walton talked about the challenges rookies face.“No. 1, the size, strength and quickness of everybody in this league,” Walton said. “No. 2, the 3-point line is further back. Teams scout much more in depth in the NBA. And the schedule is crazy for these guys.“Any rookie that can contribute in the NBA is impressive. … If you’re a rookie and can get anything done at this level consistently, it’s impressive.”UP NEXTLakers: Host Andre Drummond and the Detroit Pistons on Tuesday.Jazz: Host Harrison Barnes and the Dallas Mavericks on Monday.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Utah Jazz guard Ricky Rubio (3) and Los Angeles Lakers center Brook Lopez, left, battle for the ball in the first half during an NBA basketball game Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)SALT LAKE CITY — His Utah Jazz teammates had been waiting for athletic rookie Donovan Mitchell to show off his explosiveness in a game. They finally got it Saturday night when the No. 12 overall draft pick caught an offensive rebound with one hand, behind his head and slammed it home in the same motion with Lonzo Ball looking up from the ground and the crowd going wild.Mitchell scored a career-high 22 points and the Jazz held on for a 96-81 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers.ADVERTISEMENT Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’last_img read more

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GPSU denies meeting with CreditInfo

first_imgLegal mandate The Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU) on Monday denied ever meeting with the management of CreditInfo to discuss subscription matters, which the bureau recently claimed is mandatory for the union.GPSU president, Patrick Yarde, made this disclosure at a recent press briefing at the Union’s headquarters on Shiv Chanderpaul Drive, Georgetown, in the presence of executive members of the GPSU, who also denied ever meeting with CreditInfo to discuss the union’s subscription to the bureau.Credit Info’s Chief Executive Officer, Judy Semple-Joseph“I know (that) I, as a member of the management committee (of the GPSU), have had meetings with CreditInfo, and the money laundering people, and a variety of different things as a member of the credit union management committee,” Yarde said.He added, “As far as my knowledge goes, there may not be a relationship; neither was there any meeting, as far as my knowledge goes.”CreditInfo recently related to media operatives that the bureau has been engaging the GPSU for the past five years, but has not been able to get the union body to come on board as a subscriber of its services.“Section 12 of the Credit Reporting Act of 2010, and the Credit Reporting Amendment Act of 2016, those are the governing pieces of legislation that speak to this specific issue,” CreditInfo’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Judy Semple-Joseph told Guyana Times.She said that, for the past five years, the team has been engaging the GPSU and several other credit unions in efforts to get them on board as subscribers to CreditInfo’s services.“It is absolutely necessary for the larger credit unions to be affiliated with CreditInfo. It is critical, let’s say, for them to be associated. I think their positions will be so much better. They will do much better business, there will be much better financial positions at the end of the day,” the CEO underscored.Semple-Joseph said the agency would be working aggressively to specifically get the GPSU on board.“Even though it is mandated by law, there is a process; and it is quite a task, in some instances, to get institutions to sign on… Even though it’s mandated by law, we still have to engage. It’s our responsibility to show them that it is a mutually beneficial arrangement,” she explained.Semple-Joseph said she understands the system is fairly new to Guyana, but it is nevertheless important.“Even though there is a requirement by law, our policy is not to go with a big stick and say you must do this. We prefer to have you see the benefits and come on board voluntarily… We have engaged the credit union sector. I can tell you that we have engaged every single credit union in the sector. I can tell you that we have targeted our outreach to the National Credit Union League, and through them, we have had innumerable meetings, presentations and engagements with every single credit union in the sector,” David Falkconer, Manager of Sales and Business Development, explained.CreditInfo Guyana is a fairly new initiative, which commenced five years ago locally. Its objective is to collect credit information for the purpose of facilitating access to credit. The credit bureau therefore has information from debtors who use credit cards, or even have a bank loan.A few of the agencies which would have subscribed to CreditInfo, along with all the banks, include the Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI), Guyana Power and Light (GPL), Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT), Courts Guyana, University of Guyana, and Institute of Private Enterprise Development (IPED), among others.last_img read more

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Supervisors map strategy to tackle problem of gangs

first_img“We don’t have enough prosecutions. You can’t begin to create alternatives until you start prosecuting these gang members for the guns, drugs and all the other crimes. This problem is escalating. We have more gangs operating every single day.” Supervisor Yvonne B. Burke originally brought the motion directing Chief Administrative Officer David Janssen and key department heads to review findings of recent reports by the Advancement Project, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Sheriff Lee Baca. Burke’s motion directs the CAO to collaborate with the Countywide Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, the Sheriff’s Department, District Attorney’s Office, city officials and think tanks to develop recommendations for a coordinated, multi-jurisdictional approach to dealing with gangs. Baca issued his recommendations Tuesday, noting that half of the county’s gang membership is in the city of L.A. and the other half in the county’s 87 other cities and unincorporated areas. “During the last 10 years in the state of California, 297 souls have been lost to major disasters,” Baca wrote in his report. “By comparison, just in Los Angeles County in the last 10 years, we have lost 5,752 souls to gang violence.” As gang-related crime continues to rise in Los Angeles County, the Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to use several city and county reports to develop a plan to provide relief to communities countywide. The move comes as the Sheriff’s Department reported gang-related crime rose 15 percent from 2001 to 2006 and that gang violence killed 5,752 people in the past decade in L.A. County. The county, considered the epicenter of the nation’s gang problem, has 1,076 documented gangs and 80,757 gang members. “We need to take the crud out of the community first,” Supervisor Gloria Molina said. “Young people are attracted to gangs because they are allowed to carry out their nonsense without ever being caught. Baca suggested using the same approach as in responding to natural disasters and other major emergencies by creating a Gang Emergency Operations Center under the direction of an executive coordinator. The center would feature a centralized intelligence system and bring together county law enforcement officers with the latest technology to combat gang violence. Baca also recommended officials implement gang intervention programs. troy.anderson@dailynews.com (213) 974-8985160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Leicester sack director of football

first_imgLeicester have sacked director of football Terry Robinson following their poor start to the season, but manager Nigel Pearson still retains the faith of the Premier League strugglers.The Foxes find themselves bottom of the Premier League table after an 11 game winless run and five points adrift of Burnley in 17th spot.Robinson was appointed in July last year with a remit “to provide strategic input to the club’s football operations at all levels, driving the consistent implementation of the club’s football philosophy”.The club signed ten players in the summer transfer window but only three – Esteban Cambiasso, Danny Simpson and Ben Hamer – started Saturday’s defeat to Manchester City, and Hamer was only in the side because of injury to first-choice goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel.Leicester have not won since beating Manchester United 5-2 in September and have lost eight of the last nine matches as they plummeted to the bottom of the Premier League.However, despite that alarming downward spiral it is understood Pearson’s job is not in any immediate danger.“Leicester City Football Club has terminated the contract of its director of football, Terry Robinson,” said a statement from the Premier League club.“He departs with immediate effect and with the best wishes of everyone at the football club.“Current academy director Jon Rudkin will assume the responsibilities of director of football.“Jon has been with Leicester City Football Club for 16 years, has headed the club’s academy – recently awarded the Elite Player Performance Plan’s category one status – since 2003 and has an excellent understanding of the club’s footballing philosophy and values.“The owners, directors, management and staff at Leicester City would like to place on record our collective thanks to Terry for his work and contribution, and wish him well in the future.” 1 Leicester sack director of football last_img read more

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Agents search homes, offices of Anna Nicole’s doctors

first_imgEight months and 2,300 miles away from where Anna Nicole Smith died of an overdose, California authorities on Friday raided homes and offices of the doctors who prescribed drugs to the former Playboy Playmate. California Department of Justice agents raided the office of Smith’s psychiatrist, Dr. Khristine Eroshevich, and the home and office of Dr. Sandeep Kapoor, who prescribed the painkiller methadone to Smith shortly before her death. Authorities did not name the doctors but their attorneys confirmed the searches. Smith died of an accidental drug overdose in February at a Florida hotel. She was 39. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.The department began investigating in March because “dangerous drugs … were part of the death of Anna Nicole Smith, and I learned that these were California doctors and California prescriptions,” Attorney General Jerry Brown said at a news conference. “We do know from the public record that there’s someone who’s dead and her body, upon investigation, is full of controlled substances and combinations of drugs that turned out to be illegal,” he said. Searches were carried out in Los Angeles and Orange counties “related to doctors who provided medical treatment or prescribed drugs for Anna Nicole Smith or her associates,” he said. Six locations were raided in Los Angeles County, said Sandi Gibbons, spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office. Agents have so far reviewed over 100,000 computer images and files, analyzed patient profiles and pharmacy logs, and interviewed witnesses throughout the country and abroad, he said. A call to Eroshevich’s attorney, Gary Lincenberg, was not immediately returned. However, he told KNBC (Channel 4) that the investigation only concerned whether prescriptions to Smith were proper. “This has nothing to do with whether or not Dr. Eroshevich in any way contributed to Anna Nicole Smith’s death,” he said. Ellyn Garafalo, a lawyer for Kapoor, confirmed the doctor’s home and offices were searched but declined to comment further. Howard K. Stern, Smith’s attorney and companion, reportedly was at Eroshevich’s Studio City home when investigators arrived. The psychiatrist had been watching Stern’s dogs while he was away in New York, and he arrived back early Friday, Stern’s attorney Lin Wood told CelebTV.com.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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All-Antelope Valley: Girls’ basketball

first_imgDAILY NEWS ALL-ANTELOPE VALLEY Bria Fields, Sr., Paraclete, G Brittney Lloyd, Jr., Palmdale, G Jessie Maxted, Sr., Lancaster, F Sattur Potter, Sr., Highland, G Charity Smith, Jr., Palmdale, C160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Senior guard Andrea Bobic led Golden League runner-up Lancaster High’s girls’ basketball team in almost every statistical category, averaging 15 points, eight rebounds and five assists and four steals. She is an outstanding perimeter shooter who took over games with her offense and was considered among the league’s most fundamentally sound defenders. The four-year starter is the Daily News’ Antelope Valley Girls’ Basketball Player of the Year. Bobic missed most of her sophomore year with a torn ACL, but she came back strong her junior and senior years, leading Lancaster to title contention both years. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventShe is one of the Antelope Valley’s top student/athletes, maintaining a 4.2 GPA while taking mostly advanced-placement courses. Her exemplary behavior on and off the court has made her a favorite among Golden League coaches, who voted her league MVP although she did not play on a league championship team. “There isn’t a better kid out there,” Lancaster coach John Gallen said. – Gideon Rubin ——— PLAYER OF THE YEAR Andrea Bobic, Sr., Lancaster, G last_img read more

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Zlatan ‘set to quit’ LA Galaxy already for a team you probably won’t have heard of

first_img Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer According to Spanish publication Record, the former Manchester United man is wanted by the club’s billionaire Saudi owner, who is ready to bankroll a huge move.Turki al-Sheikh is a huge fan of the 36-year-old and MLS have reportedly already sanctioned the move.Money is no issue to Pyramids FC, who recently appointed former AC Milan and Brazil shot-stopper Dida as their new goalkeeping coach.Should the deal go through, it would happen at the end of the current MLS season – in December. Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Latest Transfer News Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father LIVING THE DREAM IN DEMAND Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Zlatan could be set for one final payday in Egypt center_img Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Zlatan Ibrahimovic is set to quit LA Galaxy for mega-rich Egyptian Premier League side Pyramids FC, according to reports.The charismatic striker has been a revelation in MLS, scoring 16 goals in 21 appearances since his move in March. moving on LATEST REVEALED 1 targets RANKED targets Pyramids FC finished ninth in the Egyptian Premier League last season, way behind Al-Alhy who have won the league an incredible 39 times.The rise to prominence of Liverpool star Mohamed Salah and Egypt’s qualification to the World Cup over the summer have raised interest levels in the sport, despite their exit at the group stages.last_img read more

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