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VANCOUVER -- Vancouver Whitecaps coach Martin Rennie is known for stressing the positive, but he was unusually blunt Saturday. Aside from goalkeeper David Ousted, Rennie spared no players his wrath after the Whitecps dropped a 1-0 decision to a Real Salt Lake squad, which fielded mostly a second-team lineup, before a sellout crowd of 21,000 at B.C. Place Stadium. "I dont think anyone played well today, apart from Ousted," said Rennie. "It was just a terrible performance from everyone." Devon Sandovals goal in the ninth minute was the only one that RSL needed. RSL improved to 15-10-6 and gained a share of first place in the Western Conference while ending a losing skid at two games. RSL coach Jason Kreis went with 10 new additions to his starting lineup as he rested key players in preparation for Tuesdays U.S. Open Cup final against D.C. United. The winner of that game will qualify for the CONCACAF Champions League. The Whitecaps (11-11-8) saw their playoff hopes fade some more as they remain four points back of fifth-place Colorado with only four games remaining. Only the top five teams qualify for the post-season. "(It was a) thoroughly disappointing game for us," said Rennie. "Weve had hardly any like that at B.C. Place this season. But for the third game in a row, we started the game badly, which is really frustrating. Its something that weve worked on and focused (on) and made sure we were ready to go. "It wasnt a bad goal. It was a great cross and a good header, but its something we should have defended better." The Whitecaps could have also played much better offensively in the coachs view. Camilo drew into Vancouvers starting lineup after scoring two goals in a second-half substitute role a week earlier in Montreal. Whitecaps striker Kenny Miller missed the game a groin injury. As a result, Tommy Heinemann took his place after impressing in a win over Montreal. Heinemann, rarely used for most of the season, made his second consecutive, and third overall, start. Before last week, he had not started since April 20. Heinemann was dangerous at times but he and Camilo showed little chemistry and midfielders did not link up well with forwards. Rennie tried to inject speed in the second half as he subbed off Heinemann and Gershon Koffie for Kekuta Manneh and Darren Mattocks, respectively in the 54th minute. But the changes had little effect. "We put ourselves in a bad spot to start with, and then I just thought out (offensive) quality was really poor," said Rennie. "I didnt think we got good balls into the box. We didnt really connect any crosses. Our passing in the final third was poor today, and it was a disappointing performance, especially given how well wed played in our last two games." Rennie credited RSL, contending, rather charitably, that it was the best performance by a visiting team at B.C. Place this season. He insisted that his club did not take RSLs subs-turned-starters lightly. "If it hadnt been for saves that David (Ousted) made, it could have been worse for us today," said Rennie. "Im scratching my head as to the way that we performed." RSLs absentees included starting goalkeeper Nick Rimando and midfield stalwart Kyle Beckerman. Backup goalkeeper Jeff Attinella, who had not played since August 19 in Portland, registered his first shutout of the season while getting credit for just one save. "It was fun, as a group that doesnt get to play a lot," said Attinella. "But we have a lot of talented players and, really, a team with lot of MLS experience still on the field. "So to come out here and get a result, and kind of right the ship for our team a little bit, and then with Tuesdays U.S. Open Cup (final), hopefully, the momentum carries into Tuesday." Crediting his teams effort, Attinella did not feel overly tested, but said the Whitecaps still "pretty well" and kept him busy with crosses that defenders played well. "We got the early goal, which was huge for us to get off to a fast start," said Attinella. "And then to hold that lead on the road, on a turf field against a team that runs its own numbers forward, I couldnt be happier." RSLs lineup changes paid off early as Sandoval bounced a header past Ousted. It was the third goal of the season for Sandoval, who put in a cross from Lovel Palmer on a counter-attack after the Whitecaps had controlled the run of play in the early going. Ousted appeared to be in good position for a save if Sandoval had put his header in the air instead of sending the ball down. But Ousted still chastised himself for allowing the goal. "I think I should have come across and tried to take the (crossed) ball in the air," he said. "Maybe I get there. Maybe I dont. But (I) at least try to take the header away from him. Im not happy with that goal and Im not happy with my own performance on that goal." Like Rennie, the goalkeeper, who joined the Whitecaps in mid-season from his native Denmark after signing as a free agent, was at a loss to explain his clubs poor effort. He felt the Caps should have done better early and created more scoring chances. "Its an important stage of the season," said Ousted. "We should be able to come out and perform better and be more hungry for each ball and each goal. But we werent there today." He made sensational saves on Yordany Alvarez in the 61st minute, when he lunged to get his hand on the ball, foiled Sebastian Velasquez by diving and catching the ball in his mid-section in the 68th and then getting his body an Olmes Garcia shot from the right side of the area a little while later. But Ousted was not willing to accept praise from Rennie or anybody else. "Were here as a team," said Ousted. "So when youre talking about the team, youre talking about 11 of us (on the field), and Im in there. Im not happy with the way we performed -- myself included. We should have done better, especially in this part of the season." "Weve put ourselves in a difficult spot when we go forward," said Rennie. "But weve still got plenty of time to get the wins that we need." Notes--Whitecaps winger Omar Salgado has resumed training after recovering from a broken foot, but he is not expected to play again this season. ... Mannehs appearance was just his third in the past 10 games. Ben Gedeon Youth Jersey. Not Peyton Manning. Hes holding on to the heartache to stoke his competitive fire. 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Alex Rios tripled and drove in three runs, and the Rangers rolled to another rout of Detroit, beating Justin Verlander and the Tigers 12-4 on Sunday. Texas took three of four in the series, scoring 35 runs in the process. The question now is whether the Rangers can possibly keep this up after learning Thursday that Fielder would likely miss the rest of the season because of a neck problem. "Weve got to continue to play baseball," manager Ron Washington said. "We miss Prince, and were not going to even dream that we dont need him in our lineup. We certainly would like to have him in our lineup, but we dont, so weve got to go with what weve got." The Tigers have lost six of seven, and even Verlander (5-4) couldnt come close to stopping the slide. The Detroit right-hander allowed nine runs -- six earned -- in 5 1-3 innings in one of the worst starts of his career. "Right now, Im not in a place where I can repeat my delivery every time, and thats what I need to fix. 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Ernie Banks caretaker given tentative OK to sell some of legend assets

A Cook County judge gave a tentative go ahead to the longtime caretaker of late Cubs great Ernie Banks to begin selling some of his belongings in an auction.

But Judge James Riley instructed that Banks' estranged wife, Elizabeth, first be provided a list of the inventory and the sales plan. If the wife doesn't lodge a challenge, the auction can go forward,replica alhambra necklace copy, the judge said.

The caretaker, Regina Rice, who attended the hearing in the Daley Center courthouse, said it was important to move forward because of the auction houses' sales season. She's planning the sale for late August.

"I've been in communication with some of the best auction companies," Rice told the judge. "This is not just saying,replica van cleef and arpels pearl necklace, 'Hey, I want to sell this stuff.'"

It was unclear which assets Rice planned to sell,replica van cleef and arpels black clover necklace, but last year she filed an inventory of Banks' personal property with the court that consisted mostly of items from Banks' rented Trump Tower condo as well as storage containers in Chicago and California. That list included Banks' original Negro League contract from 1950 and autographed baseballs from Bill and Hillary Clinton. She also listed a Rolex watch, the ring commemorating Banks' induction into the Hall of Fame in 1977 and the Presidential Medal of Freedom awarded by President Barack Obama in 2013.

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A rare 1969 Ernie Banks road jersey that had been stashed in a garment bag for more than 30 years was put on auction online Wednesday.

Bidding is set to run until Dec. 5and represents thethird Banks jersey since December to be auctioned off by SCP Auctions. Its discovery came as something of.

A rare 1969 Ernie Banks road jersey that had been stashed in a garment bag for more than 30 years was put on auction online Wednesday.

Bidding is set to run until Dec. 5and represents thethird Banks jersey since December to be auctioned off by SCP Auctions.

Rice's lawyer, Linda Chatman, said the judge may have to "help us work out the kinks."

The judge scheduled the discussions for next month.

"We are in the process of settling," Chatman said after court. "It's very early in the process."

"As of today, there is no settlement agreement," said Thomas Jefson, the attorney representing Banks' wife. He declined to comment further.

Elizabeth Banks lives in California and did not attend the court hearing.

Last September she and Rice had come together for the first time since Banks' death in early 2015 for a closed door meeting with the judge but were unable to reach a resolution.

Banks died of a heart attack at age 83.

His estranged wife has alleged in court filings that her husband was diagnosed with moderate to severe dementia days before Rice arranged for him to sign a will. The new will was signed three months before Banks died and it cut his family out of his estate and left everything to Rice.

Cubs legend Ernie Banks remembered as a man who loved life, people Paul Sullivan

Of all the talents Ernie Banks exhibited over his Hall of Fame career, perhaps the most impressive skill was his ability to relate to everyday people from all walks of life.

"He could make you feel like you were the most important person in the universe," longtime friend John Rogers said during.

Of all the talents Ernie Banks exhibited over his Hall of Fame career, perhaps the most impressive skill was his ability to relate to everyday people from all walks of life. Banks even served his wife a stern cease and desist letter in 2013 demanding she stop claiming any right to his personal or business dealings, court records show.
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RICHMOND, Virginia (CNN) This southern city is a tranquil place in the summertime.

The steamy downtown streets and grand boulevards that radiate outward from the old Confederate capital are less choked as families seek shelter from the heat and clear out of town for jaunts to the beach or the river.

Children are off to summer camp or at the pool. Attention has turned to barbecues, outdoor concerts and the hotly anticipated arrival of the Washington Redskins training camp.

Even in election years, politics in Virginia is usually an autumn enterprise.

Even with the legislature out of session, Richmond has been consumed this summer by a slowly unfolding drama starring the once invincible governor, Bob McDonnell, and a charismatic donor who provided the Republican and his family with almost $150,000 in previously undisclosed gifts, including a Rolex watch, a Bergdorf Goodman shopping spree, and a high dollar payment to a company owned by the governor.

State and federal investigators are now looking into McDonnell relationship with Jonnie Williams, the CEO of a troubled nutritional supplement company called Star Scientific who was recently dubbed Jonnie by longtime Richmond Times Dispatch columnist Jeff Schapiro for his apparent willingness to shower the McDonnell clan with fancy gifts.

The inquiries into McDonnell and Star Scientific have also threatened to ensnare this year Republican nominee for governor, Ken Cuccinelli, who has his own ties to Williams but has recently sought to distance himself from both the donor and the embattled governor.

The details of the investigation, revealed by leak after devastating leak in the pages of The Washington Post and other newspapers, have stunned both Republicans and Democrats, who are having trouble squaring the well mannered politician they know with the careless and tacky figure portrayed in news reports.

can disagree with the person on policy, and the disagreements can be passionate or even vehement, but you just didn expect this from this governor, said state Sen. Donald McEachin,replica van cleef zipper necklace, a Democrat from Richmond. has always come across in dealing with him, on a political level and personal level, as someone who is squeaky clean. Regrettably, it appearing that that not the case. has been at the center of some hot button partisan fights notably a 2012 legislative battle over an invasive abortion procedure but the biggest personal knock on McDonnell before this summer scandal was the compulsive attention he paid to his diligently parted hair.

Since his election in 2009, Republicans have labeled McDonnell a star. His fundraising acumen,replica van cleef and arpels long necklace, message discipline and understated charm helped lift him to the chairmanship of the Republican Governors Association in 2011, a post other governors have used as a springboard to a presidential campaign.

McDonnell tightly knit team of advisers exercised great power over the machinery of Virginia Republican politics, appeasing the right wing of the party while also courting the business community that has long held sway in Richmond.

The governor and his aides, many of whom were caught off guard by the Star Scientific imbroglio, also proved skillful at courting members of the national media.

Impressive resume eclipsed by scandal

Political watchers assumed in 2012 that McDonnell was considered for the position of GOP presidential Mitt Romney running mate even though McDonnell was never vetted for the job, a person familiar with the vice presidential search process told CNN.

Still, some Republicans figured McDonnell would at least take a look at running for president in 2016. Others pegged him for a future cabinet official,replica van cleef and arpels mini alhambra necklace, perhaps attorney general, in a Republican administration. Now, facing the appearance of impropriety, ethical wrongdoing and, according to The Post, a federal grand jury, those hopes appeared dashed.

But more troubling to McDonnell loyalists is that his impressive gubernatorial resume the crowning achievement of a long political career has been eclipsed by scandal.

The governor marshaled a landmark bipartisan transportation deal through the legislature earlier this year, even though it included tax hikes that rankled conservatives in his own party. Virginia ended the most recent fiscal year with a $262 million budget surplus, ensuring pay raises for state employees for the first time since 2007. The state unemployment rate has dropped to 5.3%.

At one point in 2011, McDonnell approval rating was a sky high 70%. Those numbers later came back to earth, but he has mostly hovered above a 50% approval rating throughout his tenure in Richmond.

Today, with the Star Scientific saga a regular feature on Virginia news broadcasts thanks to the drip drip nature of story, more Virginians disapprove of his performance than approve.

McDonnell and allies have cautiously defended the lack of disclosure as consistent with Virginia law, which does not require elected officials to report gifts provided to family members like McDonnell wife and daughter.

Elected officials in Virginia are allowed to accept gifts over $50, as long as they are publicly disclosed. McDonnell has reported other gifts from Williams, including a stay at a lake house and private plane travel. Williams has also given generously to McDonnell political organization.

rules that I following have been rules that have been in place for decades, McDonnell told a radio interviewer last week. have been the disclosure rules of Virginia. I following those. is no evidence that the governor granted special favors to Williams or his company in exchange for his financial largesse, a point hammered home by McDonnell loyalists.

that is publicly available indicates that he has broken any laws and the key point is Williams has gotten nothing, not one thing, from the administration, said one person close to the governor who did not want to be identified talking about a legal investigation. governor may have misreported some gifts, but it seems clear he didn break any laws. man under siege

At the same time, McDonnell is behaving like a man under siege. attorney, John Brownlee, onto his private legal team.

The moves suggest McDonnell is aware of the seriousness of the investigation and is bracing for a fight. The person close to the governor said the swirling controversy has very hard on him personally. advisers insist he has no plans to resign before his term expires next January although that calculus could change if he is indicted, a what if scenario that has the Richmond political class buzzing.

Republican now faces the real possibility of leaving Richmond next January as a Richard Nixon like figure: embattled stonewaller disconnected from events; branded by enemies as shady, dismissed by sympathizers as nave, Schapiro, the bow tie wearing oracle of the Times Dispatch, wrote in a June column.

are images that will overshadow the one profile McDonnell refined over two decades in public life: hard working, earnest, a guy of the people rather than above them, a disciplined, self described problem solver. problems burst into pubic view in March,replica van cleef and arpels alhambra turquoise necklace, when The Post reported that Williams picked up the expensive catering tab for the wedding of McDonnell daughter, a $15,000 check that McDonnell aides said he did not report because it was a to the newly wedded couple and not the governor.

That piece of information appeared to come from Todd Schneider, the former chef of the Virginia Executive Mansion who catered the wedding but is now facing felony charges for embezzling state money. In court filings, Schneider attorneys said that the chef alerted investigators about gifts from Williams to the McDonnell family.
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Three homeless men were back in Justice Court today for the second day of a preliminary hearing to determine whether they are to be bound over for trial in the slaying of 67 year old Tiffany Averill, the wife of longtime North Las Vegas Chief Deputy Constable Herbert "Russ" Averill.

Russ Averill, testifying from a wheelchair Tuesday, told Justice of the Peace Douglas Smith that thieves broke into his mobile home at 1200 N. Lamb Blvd. on Jan. 15 to steal his gun collection, but left behind several of the weapons, an $18,000 Rolex watch and $500 in cash in two envelopes in the room where his wife was killed.

What they took was a replica of a bomb red wooden dynamite sticks tied together with a fake clock and fake detonator that was a "conversation piece" in his living room, and an unopened bottle of Jack Daniel's whiskey,van cleef and arpels alhambra necklace replica, Averill, 73, testified.

Charged with murder, burglary and robbery are Robert Lee Whitesell, 33, Ernest M. Valezquez, 39, and Troy Schnabl, 45. Schnabl, according to Russ Averill, lived with the Averills at a prior address and last year helped the couple move into the mobile home.

Police arrested the three March 7 after Averill read a news account of a bomb scare at an area homeless shelter and thought it might be the fake bomb stolen from his home.

"The fake bomb broke the whole case wide open,replica sweet alhambra necklace," Averill said outside the courtroom. He had testified that the thieves knew where his 15 guns, including a valuable 1916 German pistol, were kept, "and went right for them," and that except for family members, Schnabl was the only one who knew where the weapons were kept.

Deputy District Attorneys Frank Coumou and Lisa Luzaich presented a half dozen other witnesses Tuesday. One was a shelter worker, Jamie Garcia, who testified that sticks of dynamite connected to a timer at first thought to be a real bomb were found in Whitesell's locker at the homeless shelter.

Another witness was Betsy Roth, a homeless woman and former girlfriend of Whitesell, who testified Valezquez had blood on his pants the afternoon of the Averill slaying. She also saw the three crack the seal on a bottle of Jack Daniel's and drink it, Roth testified.

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