DREADLEY SLIDES HOME IN YANKEE’S WALK OFF PASSED BALL VICTORY

 

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yankees win   THE YANKEES WIN!!! EDB

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IF THE RANGERS WANT AROLDIS CHAPMAN…THIS IS WHAT I WANT

The Texas Rangers need a dynamite closer, forget the

  Genius and his crack staff, I will make the deal.
1. Jurickson Profar 23 years old.  Jurickson Profar . 2016 stats: 95 at bats.  .357 2 mHrs  triples 9 RBIs.  OBP. 380  SLG .505 Infielder

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Nomar Mazara   11 HRs 35 RBIs .287 7 doubles .287 at bats.   Rightfield.  21 years old.  You want a stud reliever, this is what I want.  Forget pitchers, we will trade Beltran for a pitcher.  This, coming soon.

Nomar Mazara

Katherine Ryan

 

Katherine Ryan

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Katherine Ryan
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Born (1983-06-30) 30 June 1983 (age 32)
Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian/Irish[1]
Children 1
Website www.katherineryan.co.uk

Katherine Ryan (born 30 June 1983) is a Canadian/Irish[1] comedian, writer, presenter and actress, based in London, England.

She has appeared on British panel shows including Mock the Week, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, A League of Their Own, 8 Out of 10 Cats, QI and Have I Got News For You. In 2015, she replaced Steve Jones as the presenter of Hair on BBC Two. As an actress, she has appeared in the Channel 4 sitcom Campus,[2][3] BBC Two sitcom Episodes[4] and Don’t Sit in the Front Row with Jack Dee.[4]

As a stand-up comedian, Ryan has appeared on the BBC’s Live At The Apollo, both as a featured act and as a lead act.

Ryan won the Nivea Funny Women[5] Award, a comedy competition in the UK and was also runner-up in the Amused Moose Laugh-Off competition in 2008.[6][7]

Early life[edit]

The daughter of an Irish-immigrant draughtsman father who owns an engineering company,[1] and a Canadian-born mother of Irish descent,[1][8][9] Ryan and her two younger sisters were born and raised in Sarnia, Ontario.[1][8] The three siblings spent most summers in Cork, Ireland visiting their paternal grandparents.[1][8]

Her parents split up when she was 15. When she was 18 years old, she decided to leave home and randomly chose to study city planning at university in Toronto.[10] While attending university, she worked at Hooters and then began training other waitresses. In her spare time, she undertook open mic nights as an alternative form of personal entertainment and by graduation had developed a basic comedic routine.[8]

Career[edit]

After graduation, Ryan continued working for Hooters as a corporate trainer, travelling around Canada to train other waitresses,[10] and helping to open the only UK branch in Nottingham.[1]

Her partner at the time wanted to explore London, so she agreed to do so for an initial month from summer 2007,[8] moving there permanently from January 2008.[1]

Ryan won the 2008 Nivea Funny Women Award[5] at the Comedy Store. Ryan was featured on the Whitney Cummings Just for Laughs 2013 Gala that was taped before a live audience on 28 July 2013.[11][12] She has since taken new routines to the Edinburgh Festival.[8]

Ryan first appeared on television on Channel 4‘s 8 Out of 10 Cats in 2012. Soon after, she gained acting roles in Channel 4’s Campus and in the BBC Two sitcom Episodes, playing the blonde assistant to TV executive Merc and star Matt LeBlanc. On 23 February 2013, she appeared as a celebrity contestant on BBC One’s Let’s Dance for Comic Relief as Nicki Minaj dancing to “Starships“.[13] Ryan reached the final, and finished in fourth place.

In 2015, Ryan replaced Steve Jones as the presenter of Hair on BBC Two.

Also in 2015, Ryan became a panellist for Tinie Tempah‘s team on Sky 1‘s music/comedy panel show Bring the Noise and on the ITV2 show, Safeword.

Ryan has a weekly column in the British entertainment magazine NME.

Personal life[edit]

Ryan has a daughter, Violet, by an ex-boyfriend. She has faced two bouts of skin cancer.[14][15] She and her daughter live in Crouch End, London.[16]

Filmography[edit]

AaRON JUDGE JOINS OTHER YANKEE PROSPECTS IN THE 2016 MINOR LEAGUE ALLSTAR GAME

 

Genius Cashman sounded iffy concerning Judge’s promotion to the Yankees.  I will be fair to Cashman, What A Shock Ed!  As Judge has moved up several levels, it takes him a while to catch up to the pitching.  He is hitting home runs, but only batting .266.  Let him continue on his upward path at Scranton Wilksberre.  If the Yankees would move Beltran, The Yankees could re-enter the idea in July.  EDB