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first_img MLB trade rumors: Mets will ‘have no issues’ sending Zack Wheeler to Yankees In fact, LeMahieu leads Trout significantly on those fronts, as he finished the Yankees’ 5-1 win over the Mets with a .342 average and 110 hits on the season.But here’s the kicker, despite leading Trout by nearly 50 points in average, Trout is beating LeMahieu by 65 points in on-base percentage. Related News DJ LeMahieu has been absolutely incredible for the Yankees this season, but Mike Trout is the front-runner for the MVP in the American League.Trout went 2 for 5 with two home runs and four RBIs on Wednesday in the Angels’ 6-2 win over the Rangers. He now leads LeMahieu in every category offensively save two — batting average and hits. He’s also topping him in slugging, OPS, OPS+, WAR, home runs, runs scored, stolen bases and walks. He has walked 51 more times than LeMahieu, which makes his numbers even more impressive.Absolutely no one wants to pitch to him and he’s still smoking the ball at-bat after at-bat.And, for those out there who say a player who plays for a losing team can’t win an MVP, go talk to Giancarlo Stanton, whose Marlins went 77-85 in 2017 when he won the award. He did so because his numbers far trumped anything any other player did in the National League that year.If the season ended today, Trout’s numbers absolutely demolish those of LeMahieu. And yes, the Yankees infielder has been a huge bright spot in a lineup that sustained a lot of injuries.But, Mike Trout didn’t have Shohei Ohtani or Andrelton Simmons for a month and Justin Upton was out for two months. Kole Calhoun is also batting .229 and Albert Pujols is hitting .234.Trout has willed a mediocre and injured Angels team over .500. That’s the definition of MVP worthy.LeMahieu has been fantastic, but he is not leading the MVP race.Studs of the NightStephen Strasburg tossed 7 1/3 innings of scoreless baseball against the Marlins with 14 strikeouts. Washington won 3-1.Cubs catcher Victor Caratini homered from both sides of the plate in a 6-5 loss to the Pirates.Reds starter Sonny Gray struck out 12 batters in eight scoreless innings in a 3-0 win over the Brewers.Dud of the NightRays reliever Jose Alvarado gave up five earned runs in 2/3 of an inning in a 9-6 loss to the Orioles. HighlightNolan Arenado is a cheat code. The Astros, though, defeated the Rockies 4-2.Too easy for Nolan 😍 pic.twitter.com/5IXltoBRpe— Colorado Rockies (@Rockies) July 4, 2019What’s NextPhillies (45-41) at Braves (51-36) , 7 p.m. ET — The Phillies need to win the rubber game of this three-game series for a couple of reasons. For one, they need it to cut into Atlanta’s 5 1/2 game lead in the division, and secondly, a divisional win against one of the best teams in the National League can only build confidence going forward. MLB trade rumors: Could Yankees target Diamondbacks’ Robbie Ray? Cubs will make ‘a ton of changes’ if they continue to struggle, Theo Epstein sayslast_img read more

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first_imgA DONEGAL man hoping to be the first on top of Mount Everest – with a Donegal flag of course – has been forced back to base camp after taking ill.Jason Black, owner of Voodoo in Letterkenny, has been writing a blog on his journey to the top of the world.So here’s his latest despatch. (Chin up there boy) Over to you Jason.BACK IN BASE CAMP VERY SICK TONIGHT – BY JASON BLACKOH HOW MT EVEREST CAN THROW YOU A CURVE BALL .. When you least expect it.So as you Know I arrived into ABC in great form and oh how that changed over night. I woke up yesterday the 24th ” I apologise to you all as I can’t get any connection beyond base camp”.. So yes you have guest it I’m back were it all started at base camp . As I said woke up with slight headache which I brushed aside with the most awesome view from my tent sitting looking up the north Col only a few hundred meters to my right & straight out in front the Snow White field of the Rombuk glacier. I had lost my apatite and again I put it down to the altitude of approx 6.500 mts of ABC if you were to draw parallels that’s the equivalent of high camp 2 on the south side Climb of mt Everest. What’s that mean I hear you , we’ll that. Means that there south side ABC is much lower than the north and the north sides altitude gains per camp are much tougher on the body.So then I decided to take a walk up towards the north Col & crampon point at approx 6.650mts slow & steady. The views were breathtaking as now I was looking right up the north ridge line & the summit I could see so clearly.I spent 20mins up there just helping the body adjusting to the lack of air.Conditions in ABC are very cold , headed back for some lunch but decided to lay down for an hour before hand and man when Nima woke me for lunch i thought I had just been run over by a bus – my head at the back was pounding ,I mean pounding proper and when I crawled out of the tent eventually I was dizzy and a feeling of throwing up ” which I didn’t thank god”.Couldn’t eat anything at all , and in discussing the symptoms with Nima the obvious & the sickness I didn’t want to appear looked like it had struck. The dizziness tough headache pointed toward full blown altitude sickness . I won’t go into the details as kids are viewing the blog, so we said at this stage as it was late we would monitor things overnight with a view to the only remedy GETTING DOWN IN ALTITUDE ASAP … Before things goes horribly wrong.So I was happy with that and crazy as it seams had a great nights sleep ” Nima was checking me all night he informed me ” I awoke again to this crazy headache at the back of my brain traveling down back of my neck and into my spine. So no time to waste we gathered up our stuff and headed for base camp , I honestly didn’t know how I was going to get down to base camp it was 20 kilometers away and I was I’m pretty bad shape – the illness had left me lifeless & weak and putting one foot in front of the other was about all I could do. The route been steep with my head dizzy was interesting & Nima knew by my body movements things needed to happen As soon as.Nima kept pushing to get as low as possible , next think the vomiting started & then the back door started both as green as fairy liquid washing up stuff. With flushing of water I got that under control and got a delorite in to my drinking jar to help replace lost minerals & electrolytes ..Even though I was loosing my mind I still had a great laugh to myself on the way down, I was recalling this time myself & my cousin Micky Russell were racing this bike race called the ras and we both were sick as pigs coming into Enniscorthy town it was wet & miserable and we were so dosed with the flu & as we we paddling back to the B&B we stopped at a chemist and got the biggest amount of night & day tablet form and liquid form and when washed up we banged the whole lot into us , next morning still had the cold & flu but the legs felt fantastic , we were so far back in general classification that we didn’t fear drug tested” drug ban is codeine found then i in night & day hahaha – sorry for rambling but that sums up the day I had . Anyway 8 hours staggering it took us reach base camp back were I started , yes I was disheartened but happy to be out of danger ,by now I’m feeling better with some hot food into my belly “as all I had in two days was a mars bar” and head pains was practically gone , with front end Nd back end dried up I now felt with out a shadow of doubt the right call was made at exactly the right time.We are staying at base camp now for 4 day to recoup and get well again and then I’m heading back to ABC.It’s just unbelievable how this mountain which just a few days ago I was calling majestic & jaw dropping , “today I have a few new words for it , but not for the online airwaves but I’m sure you can figure them out yourselves”Can throw the maddest curve balls at you when you least expect it , one day your flying next your dying , then that’s the crazy nature of the expedition to the top of the worlds most highest mountain Mt Everest 8848mt.So after all the drama over the last 48hours I’m still positive and focused on my summit bid.I have to say Mt Everest is living up to its incredible leg-essay in its toughness to concur , tonight I feel she has dished me up starters and main course & desert has yet to follow.So again thank you for all your kind comment there so encouraging at times like this. Positive & focused more thank ever tonight from everest base camp round 2 Love Jason JASON’S EVEREST ADVENTURE: ‘FORCED BACK TO BASE CAMP BY ILLNESS’ was last modified: April 25th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more