SME Gets New Tidal Licence in Canada

first_imgNova Scotia Department of Energy and Mines has issued a licence to Sustainable Marine Energy (SME) Canada for a tidal electricity project.The 1.26-megawatt marine renewable energy licence allows the company to continue to develop its project in a berth at the Fundy Ocean Research Centre for Energy (FORCE).“Tidal energy is about more than clean, renewable electricity,” said Energy and Mines Minister Derek Mombourquette. “This developing industry has the potential to create green jobs in rural areas of the province and it’s good to see one of our developers taking its project to the next level.”Sustainable Marine Energy also has an unconnected marine renewable energy permit for a 280-kilowatt floating platform in Grand Passage, Digby Co.Under the licence, the company must meet performance standards, environmental requirements and community engagement conditions.The project is required to obtain all other necessary approvals, permits and authorizations.This licence allows the company to sell electricity generated at a rate set by the Utility and Review Board of 53 cents per kilowatt hour.last_img read more

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Triton Knoll foundations and export cables in place

first_imgAccording to project developer RWE, the installation of the 90 monopile foundations and two lengths of 50km export cable was completed this week. Seaway 7’s Seaway Strashnov and DEME’s Innovation were in charge of installing the foundations. Triton Knoll will comprise 90 MHI Vestas 9.5 MW turbines located 32 kilometers off the Lincolnshire coast. Commissioning is planned in 2021. Boskalis’ vessel Ndurance laid and buried both lengths of the 220kV cables, which link the two offshore substation platforms to the onshore electrical network. “We are delighted to have completed this phase of construction within the summer delivery window despite the impacts of Covid19. This is a great credit to all of our supply chain partners and everyone working in the Triton Knoll team,” said Project Director for Triton Knoll and RWE Renewables Julian Garnsey.center_img “We have made excellent progress on the project to date, and look forward to installation of the first offshore turbines in early 2021.” All turbine foundations and export cables have been installed at the Triton Knoll offshore wind farm in the UK. The project is jointly owned by RWE (59%), J-Power (25%) and Kansai Electric Power (16%).last_img read more

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Arsenal whip Charlton Athletic in friendly

first_imgRelatedPosts COVID-19: NCAA to revoke erring airlines licence over non-compliance FRSC to Schools: We’ll arrest, prosecute drivers who flout COVID-19 rules Runarsson joins Arsenal on four-year deal Arsenal returned to action for the first time on Saturday since the 2019/2020 English Premier League was stopped because of the COVID-19 pandemic.They beat Charlton Athletic 6-0 in a friendly at an empty Emirates Stadium. Premier League clubs were this week given the all-clear to play friendlies ahead of the scheduled restart on June 17, following a three-month stoppage.Arsenal hosted second tier Charlton Athletic behind closed doors and with officiating roles carried out by club staff.Alex Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored before halftime while academy graduate Eddie Nketiah grabbed a second half hat-trick.Joe Willock was also on target.Arsenal, who are ninth in the league standings, are away to Manchester City on June 17. Reuters/NAN.Tags: Alex LacazetteArsenalCharlton AthleticCOVID-19English Premier LeagueJoe WillockPierre-Emerick Aubameyanglast_img read more

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Pulis brings in Kemp and Jewell

first_img Hawthorns head coach Pulis worked with Kemp at Stoke and Crystal Palace and Jewell joins him as a joint assistant head coach. The Baggies are also in talks with a new goalkeeping coach and Press Association Sport understands ex-Stoke keeper Carlo Nash is set for the role. West Brom have appointed Dave Kemp and Paul Jewell to Tony Pulis’ new backroom team. Kemp has a long-standing working relationship with Pulis while ex-Derby and Wigan boss Jewell has been out of work since leaving as Ipswich manager in 2012. “We struck up a bond way back at Portsmouth in 2000 as manager and assistant. It’s been successful and we have kept it going,” Kemp said. “Tony is the main man and my job is to support him in every way to help make the team successful. “I’m really impressed with the club and it’s our responsibility to make it successful.” The duo arrive after Monday’s exits of coaches Rob Kelly, Keith Downing and Dean Kiely following ex-head coach Alan Irvine’s sacking last week. “I don’t know what I’ve done to suffer Kempy again but I suppose I will have to put up with him,” said Pulis. “But the truth is that we have a working relationship which I value very highly – he knows what I want without even having to ask these days. “Jewely’ is someone I have known for a long time. We got to know each other on coaching courses as well as in opposition – he has massive experience and when I thought about what I wanted for this post, he fitted the bill perfectly. “I’m delighted we have got him and I am sure the players will enjoy working with him. “There are one or two other things we shall be putting in place over the next few days before everything is settled. “It is never a pleasant task making changes because it always means some fellow professionals have to leave the club. I would just like to say that while I only worked with Keith, Dean and Rob for a short time, they impressed me as top lads who I wish well for the future.” Gerry Francis, who again worked with Pulis at Stoke, is expected to be added to the coaching staff on a part-time basis. Press Associationlast_img read more

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Turner-Hall signs new Harlequins contract

first_imgHarlequins centre Jordan Turner-Hall has signed a new two-year contract.The 23-year-old, who made his Premiership debut at the age of 18, has made 118 appearances for the club to date and has formed a formidable partnership with George Lowe.Turner-Hall said: “I have worked very hard over the last two years and feel I have grown as a player.AdChoices广告“I have really started to see the rewards and, hopefully, this has not only benefited me, but also the team.“I would love to push for representative honours in the near future and to play, once again, at the next level. But this comes with playing well for Harlequins and, hopefully, winning more silverware with the club.“There are exciting times ahead and I am looking forward to being a part of it.”Turner-Hall was voted the Premiership’s discovery of the season in 2009 and received his first call-up to the full England squad, starting in the uncapped Test match against the Barbarians.He came off the bench in England Saxons’ 41-14 win over Tonga at Gloucester in June.“We are delighted Jordan has committed to Harlequins,” said Quins director of rugby Conor O’Shea.“It is hard to believe that Jordan is still only 23. His game has gone from strength to strength and he is now a more complete player than he was when he was involved in the senior England set-up a few seasons ago.“Jordan is a warrior, with massive ambitions for himself and his team-mates at Harlequins, and we are looking forward to him pushing on in the coming years and fulfilling his huge potential as a player.”last_img read more

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Rocket’s ride too smooth in pinstripes

first_imgQuick! What do O.J. Mayo, Christopher Columbus and Roger Clemens all have in common? Think fast!All three arrived to their destination relatively unannounced. Cristobal hit the New World and declared it India.Totally un-recruited hoopster Mayo simply sent a fax to Southern California coach Tim Floyd sayin’, “I’m comin’!”Clemens, however, took a decidedly more lame approach.Making an announcement following “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” at Yankee Stadium, Clemens made a return to pinstripes so unbelievably cheesy, that even Hollywood cheeseball director Michael Bay would laugh in the face of such a script proposal. In fact, if a film featuring such a scene were to ever be released, it would surely be straight to VHS (DVD if it were lucky).However, this was just the latest example of Clemens getting by on the sweetest deal in all of sports.Really, does anybody in the world of sports have it as easy as Roger Clemens?He can miss out on Spring Training and the first month or more of the season before deciding what situation would be best for him, both financially and in the interests of winning one more World Series.At 44 years old, The Rocket is still considered to be the top athlete at his position, despite being at an age where (in athletics) only professional bowlers seem to truly be at the top of their game.Clemens is incredibly popular all around the world for a man who has made it his personal goal to throw projectiles at 95-plus miles per hour through the head of nearly anyone who steps in the batter’s box.He might be the only player in the history of the game to simply just play the game when he wants to, treating a major league baseball season like a buffet line in Las Vegas. However, while no one can blame the Yankees — who need starting pitching like Paris Hilton needs a designated driver — for picking up Clemens, it seems like this could finally be the year Clemens runs out of fuel and instead of being interstellar, simply sits on the metaphorical tarmac of Major League Baseball.While on the surface, Clemens doesn’t appear to be fading on the hill yet, there are several subtle signs of decline. For one, The Rocket’s contract last year was all the more impressive, considering his per-inning pay was out the roof. For $22 million and 22 cents, Clemens pitched almost the fewest innings in his career at 113.3. This leads to the fact that while his total durability cannot be questioned, Clemens’ innings per start has plummeted in recent years, bottoming out at an average of only six innings per start last season.If Clemens consistently can’t get into the later innings for the Yankees, he is going to be part of the problem when it comes to the issue of their overworked bullpen.There is also the fact that Clemens has spent the last three years pitching in the National League, a far more watered-down version of the American League — call it the AL Lite. Just the AL East alone will pose serious lineups that the likes of the Brewers, Pirates and Cardinals couldn’t hope to equal. Basically, while Clemens has been away, the American League has gotten really good. The transition back to unfamiliar hitters and stronger lineups are unlikely to be particularly smooth for Clemens.Even in looking at how Clemens chose to play the offseason, it is obvious that The Rocket is fizzling. Last year, Clemens played his perspective suitors like Kenny G plays the saxophone, making the Red Sox, Yankees and Astros get into a monthlong bidding war, driving the price up to record levels, before finally going to the ‘Stros and being the best player on an otherwise awful club for about half of a season.This year though, Clemens not only jumped the gun and got back into it way too early — only a month in and on top of that joined the team that was at the lowest point — needing the most help to get back into the race.The Yankees are a more flawed team than Boston. This decision alone could be the signal that The Rocket is coming crashing back down to earth.But then again, should you go back into The Badger Herald archives about 10 months, you’d have seen I wrote that last year.Dave McGrath is a senior majoring in English and journalism. This is his final column for The Badger Herald, the last of 138 editorial pieces. Hence, this is your last chance to send hate mail to dmcgrath@badgerherald.com… unless he makes a Clemens-like return next semester.last_img read more

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Brown overcomes repeated injuries to lead Western Michigan in scoring

first_imgDavid Brown would wake up some nights with a sharp pain in his leg and tears streaming down his face.Then a sophomore, the Western Michigan guard had just finished surgery on his season-ending ACL tear, and was back home with his family.Many nights he’d struggle to fall back asleep.“It was late nights of me crying,” Brown said. “And late nights of me thinking if I could ever come back and play the game of basketball again.”Brown suffered an ankle injury in high school, and two ACL injuries in college. In his own words, he came back from something that most wouldn’t even dream of.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAnd he hasn’t just come back, but reached an elite level. He leads the Mid-American Conference in scoring at 19.4 points per game, and has started all 29 games this season after just four in his previous four years with the team.“It’s not an easy thing. And literally there were blood, sweat and tears,” Broncos head coach Steve Hawkins said. “All the doubts about ‘Am I going to be able to realize my dream of a decent career.’“We really thought he was not going to be back after the last one.”Brown was a star at Hononegah (Ill.) High School. He averaged 17 points per game as a senior, led his team to a school record in wins and captured multiple conference championships. His head coach Mike Miller could only recall two other players from the program that had went on to play Division I.After coming to Hononegah as an underwhelming freshman that couldn’t hit a free throw, he left a prolific scorer. Brown would spend his lunch hours going into the athletic office to watch both game film and films on coach tips.By the time he was a senior, big-time programs like Florida and Kentucky were calling Miller to ask about him.But a sprained right ankle changed all of that. His stock fell. The high-profile offers were no longer on the table.“As soon as you go down with an ankle injury, it’s unbelievable how quickly a big-time school will stop calling, and take back their scholarship,” Brown said. “But that’s something Western never did. Western called me every day.”WMU knew the type of player that Brown could be. Everyone at Hononegah knew the type of player he could be, but when he finally got to college, years of constant injuries prevented him from proving that to everyone else.After playing sparingly in his first year, Brown re-injured his right ankle as a sophomore and took a medical redshirt after playing in nine games. The next year, he tore his ACL and two menisci in his right knee against Duquesne on Dec. 17, 2011.And last season, he missed the first 13 games of the Broncos’ season with a torn MCL.“I’ve kind of come to learn that everything’s possible with David,” Miller said. “But it’s a situation where I think he was concerned, I think everybody was concerned that things might not work out. It seemed like he was snake-bit.”But this season, all the injuries, setbacks and sleepless nights crying came to an end.In the MAC tournament semifinals against Akron, Brown finished just 4-of-15 from the field. In the finals, he bounced back to score 32 points and lead the Broncos to their first NCAA Tournament in 10 years.“Those two games probably epitomize who he is,” Hawkins said. “He has a bad shooting night, or someone does a good job on him, he’s able to bounce back pretty quick. He’s a confident player. You’ve got to have somebody like that on your team.”What’s been a career full of disappointment and pain has somehow culminated in an NCAA Tournament for Brown. He’s been getting messages from his friends back home about how they’re excited to watch him play against Syracuse.Miller said he was cancelling his science class Thursday and driving up all night to watch Brown take the court.For Brown, playing in this game means more than just reaching the NCAA Tournament.It’s about the journey he took to get there.“It was something that I always dreamed about,” Brown said. “And when it happened it was breathtaking.“A dream actually came true.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on March 19, 2014 at 11:30 pm Contact Sam: sblum@syr.edu | @SamBlum3last_img read more

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Paris Smith, Pinnacle: Working both sides of the betting business

first_imgShare Submit “We know better than to stand still in the betting industry,” said Pinnacle CEO Paris Smith, as she reflected on a year of big changes for the company on both the B2B and B2C side.As 2019 draws to a close, we spoke to her about Pinnacle’s B2B market entry and the key benefits of this new ‘Pinnacle Solution’ – particularly for esports operators.Smith (pictured, centre) also addressed a “big period of change” for the company’s B2C arm, which continues to target the full spectrum of esports players, before assessing the part that SBC Events has to play in Pinnacle reaching its B2B and B2C goals for 2020.SBC: What have you learned from your first 18 months as a B2B supplier?PS: Before we moved into the B2B space, we believed that we had identified a gap in the market in terms of a strong esports product offering. The last 18 months has essentially proved what we thought before launching and that’s why we’ve seen such instant success. Whilst our esports product has proved very popular, it’s our level of risk management expertise across the board that has set us apart from a lot of competitors.The wider B2B market was previously dominated by one or two names, but now operators are looking for more – they want more sports and they want esports, which leads to greater potential for new providers. While it’s important to acknowledge what operators want, we also research into what our competitors can offer. We have the benefit of being on the supplier side, which combined with our findings from our competitor research has enabled us to stay ahead of the game.We were fully aware of the need to adapt to different markets as a B2B supplier and the past 18 months have helped us learn more in that regard, especially for the Asia market. There seems to be an increased focus on customer experience, such as the emphasis on seamless wallet integration, and it’s our ability to identify and work to meet these needs that has helped us differentiate ourselves from our competitors. SBC: Esports is a central component of the new B2B Pinnacle Solution; what are the key benefits for an esports operator?PS: The benefits of partnering with Pinnacle Solution from an esports operator perspective is that you’re partnering with the best in the business. This has been proven by the countless awards we’ve won, most recently the Esports Supplier of the Year at the SBC Awards.More broadly, the recent growth – and potential for further growth – is what makes esports betting appeal so much to operators. The cost of esports sponsorships and player acquisition is relatively low compared to traditional sports (although the gap has shrunk during the past three years), and the bettors themselves are less concerned with marketing-led bonuses and more about the product. This obviously suits those who focus on offering more markets and better odds, but also reduces the likelihood of bonus abuse and bonus costs when they are used. SBC: With such an influx of new customers, has product maintenance become a key target for the year ahead? Or can we expect to see the rollout of new features?PS: We know better than to stand still in the betting industry; 20 years’ worth of experience as an operator has taught us how important it is to not only maintain the quality of your product but also work on developing it. This is why we have launched a number of new features and UI changes throughout 2019. We now allow customers to construct their “hot events” to build marketing banners and landing pages that help optimise conversion, as well as providing them with the option of flexible betting limits.We have also utilised much of the insight gained from the research phase of Pinnacle’s new Future View website experience and implemented it across our B2B offering. We have a more robust mobile view for esports customers and will be rolling out a brand new European mobile view and enhanced esports view early next year.SBC: Has focusing on the supply side shone a new light on your B2C operation?PS: We’ve found that B2C and B2B complement each other very well at Pinnacle, despite the fact that they are two separately-run verticals for the business. We have learnt a lot of valuable lessons on the supplier side, but the core of the product is built on the success of Pinnacle and our risk management expertise.That said, working with such a wide range of partners from around the world has certainly informed our approach with regard to Pinnacle’s B2C efforts. We’ve learnt so much about what’s missing in the industry, what bookmakers want to offer and what their customers want to see improved. Of course, when you’re exposed to such information, you’re going to ensure that you take it on board and you aren’t an operator failing to provide what bettors want. SBC: How are you utilising your partnerships with North and FACEIT to expand your presence in the esports sector?PS: Although partnering with a team and event organiser isn’t anything new to the betting industry, the activation of these partnerships has been very different to what many others have done or are trying to do. This unique approach has had a big impact on both Pinnacle’s brand presence in the industry and the betting volume we’ve seen for CS:GO.We’re not about getting our logo in the faces of esports fans and hoping they become interested in who we are. With so many esports fans working at Pinnacle, we know there’s a lot more to it than that and our strategy has been built on connecting with the community to get value out of these partnerships.Product promotion through stream integration on ECS and our shirt presence with North has obviously helped us raise awareness of the Pinnacle brand. However, the collaborative content with these partners has been key to helping us stand out in the crowded marketplace. Access to elite teams and top players means we have an endless supply of quality content that esports fans love to get involved with, and once they are engaged and begin to learn more about what makes Pinnacle unique, betting with us is a natural progression.SBC: Pinnacle Sports is renowned for its pricing appeal to serious bettors; how sensitive are your esports players to these tight margins?PS: There’s a spectrum of players within esports, just like there is with any other sport. The main advantage Pinnacle has over our competitors is that we can offer something to everyone within that spectrum. We do have a large segment of price sensitive players and the fact that we offer the lowest margins in esports (and have done for almost a decade) is why these customers continue to bet with us.However, there is also a portion of customers who are betting purely for fun and entertainment; we’ve seen plenty of growth amongst this group of players throughout 2019.SBC: How can you bring in more players from the recreational segment to the new Pinnacle Esports sub brand?PS: The key to Pinnacle’s success in appealing to recreational players across traditional sports has been our content. While the esports audience is very different, when content is tailored to their needs it has the same impact, as we’ve already seen through our partnerships with North and FACEIT. Whether it’s betting previews, educational betting-related articles, feature pieces, interesting videos or podcasts, we possess and produce a breadth of quality content that’s made by esports fans for esports fans.In addition, we will produce content to develop our esports-specific section of the sportsbook to ensure we offer as many markets as possible, with whichever titles and events people want to bet on. The esports trading department at Pinnacle is one of the biggest in the company (second only to soccer) and between the traders, we have a die-hard fan for any esports title you can think of. This means we can use our customer base to understand what more serious bettors want to bet on and use our employees to help gauge what esports fans want to bet on.Finally, we are working hard to optimise the esports experience at Pinnacle for all types of bettors. We know that esports isn’t just another menu item in the sportsbook, it’s a unique entity. This is why we’ve had a dedicated esports hub for over two years. Over the next year we’ll be developing it to ensure it caters to everyone, from someone who has just heard of esports to those who bet on it professionally.SBC: What role do prop markets have to play in attracting these players?PS: People often make the assumption that prop markets are only there to serve recreational players but this isn’t the case. Recreational players do enjoy betting on props as they can be fun and it’s an easy way to add another layer of excitement to watching a stream and following your favourite team or player. However, props are also a viable betting opportunity for serious bettors. The issue is that bettors who can make a profit from these markets will normally find themselves limited or banned by bookmakers. At Pinnacle, bettors are never banned or restricted, so we have plenty of bettors interested in them and that’s why we’ll continue to lead the way with these unique prop markets.SBC: What are your major goals for 2020, both from a B2B and B2C perspective?PS: Our focus for B2B will always be to continue supporting our existing partners and find new ones who can benefit from our product offering. In order to do that, we also need to continue to learn and develop from work with existing partners and the ongoing research we are conducting across the industry. The Pinnacle Solution product really is second to none when it comes to risk management and while that can always be refined, we want to prioritise addressing the other needs of operators and ensuring Pinnacle Solution can meet their requirements.The B2C arm of Pinnacle is going through a big period of change at the moment and the new Future View website experience is only just the start. Our primary aim for next year is to continue with our commitment of offering the best possible betting experience for everyone, everywhere. This includes launching a fully-featured native sportsbook app for iOS and Android, a brand new Live Betting Centre, the aforementioned enhanced esports betting portal, a new and improved casino experience and display options within the sportsbook to suit all customers.SBC: Why is partnering with SBC key to you reaching these goals?PS: Monitoring any recent developments within the industry and networking across the online gaming space is obviously crucial to Pinnacle achieving its goals for 2020. SBC is such an integral part of being able to do that.Whether it’s exhibiting at the excellent SBC Events that are attended by all the big names within the industry, gaining insight into latest ongoings with SBC’s media publications or networking with other professionals through the SBCConnect app, there are so many ways that a strategic partnership with SBC can help Pinnacle and Pinnacle Solution enjoy continued success in 2020. Share Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 Danske Spil calls for esports makeover with Pinnacle Solution August 25, 2020 Related Articles ESI Digital – No Drama Please… Esports growth should be treated as business as usual  August 20, 2020 StumbleUponlast_img read more

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Grammys ceremony opens with tribute to Kobe Bryant

first_imgThe 2020 Grammys ceremony has opened with a heartfelt tribute to basketball player Kobe Bryant, who died on Sunday.“Tonight is for you Kobe,” declared pop star Lizzo, opening the show with her stirring ballad Cuz I Love You.Host Alicia Keys then dedicated the show to Bryant’s memory, with an a-capella version of It’s So Hard To Say Goodbye, accompanied by Boyz II Men.The show is taking place at the Staples Center, where Bryant played his entire career with the LA Lakers.News of the star’s death at the age of 41 stunned artists and performers backstage at the arena when it broke earlier in the day.“I genuinely thought it wasn’t real,” said pop star Billie Eilish. “I was in the green room… and I was like, ‘Oh that has to be fake’”. The star, who grew up in Los Angeles, added: “Everybody knew Kobe. Everybody. It’s genuinely unbelievable.“I feel like anything I say is not enough for what’s going on.”Alicia Keys is hosting the ceremony for the second timeThe mood was sombre as the ceremony started, and Keys acknowledged the atmosphere in her opening speech.“Here we are together on music’s biggest night, celebrating our artists that do it best,” she began “but, to be honest with you were all feeling crazy sadness right now, because earlier today Los Angeles, America and the whole wide world lost a hero. “And we’re literally standing here, heartbroken, in the house that Kobe Bryant built.“Right now, Kobe and his family and all of those that have been tragically lost today are in our spirits, in our hearts, in our prayers, they’re in this building.“I would like everybody to take a moment and hold them inside of you and share our strength and our support with their families.”“I know how much Kobe loved music,” she added later, “so we got to make this a celebration in his honour.”A further tribute to the basketball legend is expected during the show.last_img read more

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Justin Turner injury forces Dodgers to recall Brett Eibner

first_imgWhile the Dodgers wait to announce the results of an MRI on Justin Turner’s right hamstring, a source with knowledge of the situation said the team is recalling outfielder Brett Eibner from Triple-A Oklahoma City for Friday’s game against the Miami Marlins.If Turner goes on the 10-day disabled list, he’ll become the 18th different Dodger to go on the DL this year.Turner went 2 for 3 and scored a run in the Dodgers’ 7-2 win over the Marlins on Thursday. He was trying to score in the sixth inning when he suffered the injury rounding third base. Turner limped to home plate and was tagged out, then had to be escorted to the dugout by a trainer and manager Dave Roberts.Roberts said the injury hit Turner’s right hamstring just above his knee. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “The strength was there still, which is a positive,” Roberts said after the game.Turner leads the Dodgers in batting average (.379), on-base percentage (.453) and doubles (13). He’s batted third and played third base in 37 of the Dodgers’ 42 games.An extended DL stay would force the Dodgers to get creative. Of the five games Turner didn’t start this year, Kiké Hernandez (two games), Logan Forsythe (two) and Chris Taylor (one) have split the time at third base.Forsythe hasn’t played since he suffered a fracture in his right big toe April 18. Slowed further by a right hamstring injury, Forsythe is expected to play a rehab game Friday night for Single-A Rancho Cucamonga. He said Thursday the duration of his rehab assignment remained to be determined.Regardless of Turner’s MRI results, Forsythe was expected to be activated during the Dodgers’ current 10-game homestand.center_img Eibner has played five games for the Dodgers this season, seeing time in left, center and right field. He has three hits in 10 at-bats, including a home run in his most recent appearance Saturday in Colorado. At Triple-A, Eibner was batting .258 with three home runs and 10 RBIs in 21 games.last_img read more

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