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1 min. story 1/1 Full Screen Top articles Advertisement Unai Emery left Mesut Ozil out of his squad for the fifth game in succession (Picture: Getty)Unai Emery hinted there is no way back for Mesut Ozil at Arsenal after leaving the club’s highest earner out of his matchday squad for the fifth game in succession.The Spaniard was rescued from the ignominy of a second defeat in four days by two spectacular late Nicolas Pepe free-kicks, as the Gunners came from behind to record a 3-2 win over Vitoria and maintain their 100% start to this season’s Europa League group stage campaign.Emery’s side recorded just three shots on target during Monday’s listless defeat at Sheffield United and again struggled to create opportunities against their unheralded Portuguese opponents last night.AdvertisementAdvertisementArsenal were greeted with boos from their own fans at half-time when they trailed 2-1 and supporters regularly chanted the name of Ozil, who had earlier wished his colleague’s luck, posting a message on Instagram, posing for a picture with club legend Robert Pires.ADVERTISEMENT Coming Next Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Read More Read More Read More Read More SPONSORED Unai Emery issues blunt response to mounting criticism of his Mesut Ozil decision by Metro Skip Ad / Comment PLAY Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Video Settings Metro Sport ReporterFriday 25 Oct 2019 6:20 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link About Connatix V67539 Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Read More Asked why Ozil had again been totally omitted, Emery said: ‘Tonight is not the day to speak about that.‘He’s not in the squad. That is the decision tonight. Now we are going to work towards Sunday.’Ozil’s continued absence, meanwhile, prompted former Manchester United star Paul Scholes to suggest that Ozil could represent a cure to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s creative issues at Old Trafford.‘Man Utd could do with someone like Ozil who can link a team together,’ Scholes told BT Sport.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal‘[He is] a player who can link teams together. He has got great quality, he’s shown that in his career.‘He could be an answer short-term, I don’t know. I think that would be up to him, ultimately. ‘I can’t [see it happening], but he’s the type of player, short-term, who United could do with.’Will Mesut Ozil ever play again for Arsenal?Yes0%No0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsMORE: Robin van Persie slams Arsenal boss Unai Emery and reveals why he’ll never compare to Arsene WengerMORE: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s priceless reaction to stunning Nicolas Pepe free-kick Skip Advertisement
Marinsa, a Mexican offshore vessel provider belonging to the CEMZA Group, has introduced a new platform supply vessel named Carmen.Marinsa said on Wednesday that the flagging ceremony of the Carmen PSV was held on November 22.The company added that the new PSV was part of a fleet of specialized vessels providing services to the oil and gas sector.Among the attendees of the flagging ceremony at the Industrial Port of Carmen were governmental and maritime authorities, shareholders, public and private sector representatives, and collaborators.After the ceremony, the attendees had the opportunity to a take a tour of the vessel’s facilities and get to know the vessel first hand.Carmen is a UT755 CDL PSV with the latest generation DP2 system, built in 2017. It has the capacity for a crew of 40 people, a total length of 81.30 meters, a clear deck cargo area of 670 square meters, and can hold 1,725 tons of deck cargo.The vessel is designed to provide services in deep and shallow water, with the ability to facilitate a mud plant onboard.Jose Luis Zavala Solis, chairman of the CEMZA Group, said: “If the market changes, we have to change ourselves and evolve the services we offer our customers.”
By Lynn Zavaro, author of The Game of You™Do you get a sense your man may be withdrawing from you? Do you wonder why he doesn’t call you back or is always out of the house? Have you had a conversation recently and noticed he crossed the leg closest to you and/or covered his arm across his body? (This is a basic body language message that he may want to leave the room or wants the conversation to be over.) Do you want to talk to him about something but he doesn’t seem to want to engage in a dialogue? Sometimes women like to talk about their feelings and have their man respond in the way that makes them feel most secure. Yet, sometimes there is opportunity to accept that what we may want is not necessarily what our man wants. It never works to force someone who doesn’t want to talk to talk or try to get them to come out of their shell if they don’t want to or aren’t ready to.Here are 5 tips to bring your man closer, create a safer space for him to communicate, and increase his desire to open up to you:1) Allow time and space. When a man withdraws most likely what he is asking for is time and space. Sometimes men just need some extra room to process their thoughts and feelings on their own in their own time.It is possible your man may not want to hurt your feelings, so he is choosing to keep his thoughts and/or feelings inside or he may not trust that you will understand his needs. In an effort to create intimacy we may cling or push, giving us the opposite result we want. Respecting and honoring a man’s need for time and space can support greater closeness. 2) Let your man know you’d like to talk about something and schedule a time with him in the near future. Rather than insisting on talking about your feelings now, ask your man what is a good time for him to come together to talk. This will give him time to think about things for himself so that he can come to you more prepared. If this is difficult for you, then you may also need some time and space to look at your own feelings with awareness.If he avoids the “meeting” after scheduling it with you, this may be a sign he is not interested in addressing it and/or he may have issues with committing fully to the relationship. This is good for you to know in order to look more closely to whether or not this relationship is supportive for you. 3) Don’t flood him. When you do speak with your man, be careful not to flood him with your feelings or thoughts. Keep it simple and go straight to the point. If you see him shutting down the conversation become aware if you are “spilling” or “dumping” your feelings on him. Choose to have a more stable emotional container or simply stop to take the time to process your feelings and thoughts on your own for yourself first.4) Be more interested in how he feels about the situation rather than being heard. Begin by asking open-ended questions rather than telling him how you think he is acting or even how you feel. Investigate how he views the situation before interrupting, giving him your own two cents, or telling him how you see it.Even if his view is not the same of yours, what’s most important is that you understand his point of view first without making it about you. In other words, try not to be defensive and remain open to discover how he views the situation first. This will make it easier on him (and in the long run on you) because he will feel safer to express himself and will want to open to you more. 5) Let him know you are taking care of your own feelings for yourself. Typically, women like to talk about their feelings and men like to solve them.So, just wanting to talk about your feelings without an intention to show him how you’re resolving them on your own may make him feel helpless. If he truly cares about you, he doesn’t want to see you in pain. His first instinct is to protect you. But if you bombard him with your feelings he may feel like there is nothing he can do to help and may want to withdraw instead.Speak about your feelings, go to the core of it, but don’t linger on them or make it a big production. Convey what you would like to express to him but make sure you also express how you are willing to take responsibility for what you feel so that he knows he doesn’t t have to take care of your feelings for you. 53 Views no discussions Share Share Tweet Sharing is caring! Share LifestyleRelationships 5 Tips to Stay Closer if He’s Withdrawing. by: – July 11, 2011 Most importantly, you are the other key factor to creating intimacy in the relationship. Many times a man’s withdrawing has nothing to do with you so it’s important not to take it personally. Yet, you may have a part in it, so be willing to look into this. How might you be participating in this dynamic or influencing this result? Rather than focusing on your needs, what might you do for him?Lynn Zavaro has emerged as a leading voice in the art of guiding others to know themselves and create the life they’ve always envisioned. She has a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology and her book and card deck set, The Game of You™- An Interactive Way To Know Yourself, Create The Life You Want offers a powerful, profound and FUN experience of self-discovery and transformation. Learn to resolve daily issues, develop better relationships, and come to better understand your life’s path and purpose. 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Charles Thomas Newman, 70, Greensburg, passed away on Thursday, June 30, 2016 at his residence with his loving family by his side.Born, July 31, 1945 in Greensburg, Indiana, he was the son of Russell and Arvilla (Hornberger) Newman.Tom graduated in 1963 from Greensburg High School and then served in the Army as a Staff Sergeant. After the military, Tom graduated from Indiana College of Mortuary Science.He was the former owner / operator of Newman Building Supply in Greensburg. After he closed the business, he worked for Steel Technologies, Inc. then for Sandcreek Counter and Case in North Vernon.He was a member of the First Christian Church in Greensburg.He was married to Linda J. Cook on April 29, 1967 and she survives.He is also survived by one son, Eric (Heather) Newman, Greensburg; three daughters, Stacie Reisman, Greensburg, Jennie (Jeff) Hamilton, Hebron, KY, Heather (Robby) Reynolds, Sunman; one sister, Sharon (Mike) Phillips, Greensburg; ten grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his parents.Visitation will be held on Tuesday from 3 to 7:00 p.m. at the Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home in Greensburg.Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 6, 2016 at the funeral home with Rev. Danny Wolford officiating.Interment will be held in the South Park Cemetery.Memorials may be made to the First Christian Church or to the Kids Closet.Online condolences can be made to the family at www.popfuneralhome.com
LOWER Corentyne Secondary School will meet the defending champions Chase Academy in second semifinal of the Inter-Secondary School phase next Thursday after they whipped No.8 Secondary School by 96 runs in the Berbice Zone final played at the Albion Sports Complex yesterday.Chasing 137 for victory, the West Coast Berbice batsmen failed to show any sort of commitment with the bat, and were skittled out for 39 in 15.2 overs.From the outset the spinners completely confounded the visitors’ batsmen, with off-spinners Vijay Gopilall and Junior Sinclair utilising whatever turn was made available on the pitch to finish with figures of 4-10 and 3-11 respectively.Captions:Off-spinners Vijay Gopilall (right) and Junior Sinclair were the main destroyers in Lower Corentyne Secondary School 96-run win.The victorious Lower Corentyne Secondary School will now face defending champions Chase Academy in semifinal two on Thursday at the same venue.Fellow spinners Joshua Wilson and Kristoff Williams claimed a wicket apiece for the winners.Earlier, the game was reduced to 25 overs aside after early morning showers delayed the start of play by three hours. Lower Corentyne, inserted to bat first in overcast conditions, lost Sinclair (1) in the innings’ first over, caught at the wicket off Deonauth Persaud (1-17).Thereafter the West Coast Berbice team allowed a steady stream of runs, with fellow opener Davendra Sumra and Kevlon Anderson rebuilding strongly.The right-handed pair capitalised on the poor bowling and sloppy fielding, and were allowed to score freely at both ends of the wicket until leg-spinner Daniel Moses ended the 67-run partnership. He had Anderson caught at long-on boundary for 31.Haresh Fernandes joined Sumra, and added 27 runs for the third-wicket before they suffer a middle-order collapse, losing three wickets for six runs.Off-spinner Irshad Ally claimed the wickets of Fernandes (5) and Rico Ramsammy (6), in the 18th over while left-arm spinner Nigel Deodat (1-15) removed Sumra for a composed 39.Joshua Wilson, who remained unbeaten on 15, and Justin Gobin (10) then joined forces and added 22 runs at the back end of the innings.Kristoff Williams (0) was the other batsman dismissed off Ally, who finished with figures of 3-21.The first semi-final is billed for today between West Demerara Secondary and Anna Regina Multilateral School at the Imam Bacchus ground.
Providence simply did not want to let the game out of hand. They decided keep-away was the best strategy against SU, drawing the ire of many of the Orange players. ‘I’ve never thought (a shot clock) was necessary, but with a game like this, it’s definitely becoming something that needs to be put into consideration,’ Galloway said. ‘This is a game of up and down, the fastest game on two feet. I would have watched a baseball game today rather than that.’ Comments Miller began flapping his arms up and down, encouraging the fans to get louder. Galloway stepped out from the front of the goal and started screaming at Friars midfielder Daniel Textor when he took over stalling duties behind the net. And it all led to sloppy play by the Orange. SU never led by more than that three-goal margin throughout the first 30 minutes, despite controlling nearly every statistical category. SU struggled to connect on simple passes, sailing them over each other’s heads or simply dropping them out of bounds. After throwing away 12 turnovers in the first half, Syracuse committed only two in the second. It converted all 13 of its clear attempts after going just 7-of-12 in the first two quarters. Even though many of the Orange players had never seen anything like that offensive game plan, Providence head coach Chris Burdick said that it wasn’t the first time this year the Friars switched to this strategy. They did the same thing when they got down 3-0 in the first quarter against Jacksonville on March 5. Published on April 24, 2010 at 12:00 pm Burdick said that with his team’s lack of offensive production, Providence can’t afford to get down by much more than three goals and still come back to win. So instead of risking turnovers and forcing offense, the Friars simply hold onto the ball and let the clock tick down. The strategy seemed to work in the first half against the Orange. When Nolan first started holding the ball behind the net and the crowd realized what was happening, SU fans started booing and jeering the Providence bench. ‘That’s not the way you want to play lacrosse,’ goalie John Galloway said. ‘There’s no beating around the bush. That’s not lacrosse, what we played today.’ firstname.lastname@example.org The Orange did recover somewhat in the second half. When Providence began stalling, again drawing boos from the crowd, SU sent a double team at the player holding the ball behind the net. It forced the Friars to move and cycle the ball around the zone. And that also seemed to put the Orange at ease when it had possession. ‘I mean, it’s frustrating,’ Bartig said. ‘We’ve never seen anything like that in all four years here.’ Even though the Orange did pull away to another Big East win, some of the players said they could have gone without the experience of playing against that attack — or lack thereof. That first stalling possession finally ended after nearly four minutes, when Miller tomahawked the stick out of Nolan’s hands. But it wouldn’t be the last time Providence decided to run the clock down. The Friars (0-12, 0-4 Big East) slowed the game to a standstill on multiple occasions throughout the day, frustrating No. 1 Syracuse (11-1, 4-0) and not allowing the Orange to turn the game into a blowout. SU would go on to win 14-5, but it was not anywhere near the margin of victory expected in the matchup. ‘At three (goals down), we put the ball behind the cage, get the crowd booing, get everybody off their game,’ Burdick said. ‘It gives us control of the game back, and until they put a shot clock in the game, it’s part of the game. We’re going to use everything we have available to us to be successful.’ Max Bartig had never seen anything like it before. ‘I understand teams want to slow the ball down,’ Bartig said. ‘But to take the ball behind the cage like that and just completely not even run an offense. It was frustrating. … There’s not much you can do about it there.’ Facebook Twitter Google+ With five minutes left in the first quarter and Syracuse holding a three-goal lead, Providence sophomore midfielder Jake Nolan took the ball behind the net late and started to waste the clock. The rest of the Friars offense remained stagnant in front of the goal. Not one player made even the slightest effort to get open. Nolan moved around near the end line only to avoid checks from SU midfielder Jovan Miller.
Colton Moskal, a linebacker from Illinois, has verbally committed to Syracuse, The Post-Standard reported Saturday.The 6-foot-2, 210-pound linebacker is not rated by Scout.com, but is a three-star recruit according to Rivals.com. He becomes the fourth member of the Orange’s 2014 class, joining quarterback A.J. Long, running back Naesean Howard and outside linebacker Zaire Franklin.Moskal, who will be a senior at Lake Zurich High School in the fall, also had offers from Minnesota, Cincinnati, Northern Illinois, Western Michigan and Yale. He is listed as a middle linebacker by Scout. Comments Published on June 15, 2013 at 6:48 pm Contact David: email@example.com | @DBWilson2 Facebook Twitter Google+
In today’s edition…SIGNED, SEALED, DELIVERED Angel di Maria has signed for Paris Saint-Germain in a deal worth around £45million. Both PSG and Manchester United have confirmed that the transfer has gone through, which became clear when the Argentina winger failed to board his flight to join United on their pre-season tour of the US.NO WAY, PEDRO Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has rejected claims that Manchester United are about to sign Pedro and has even gone as far as saying they are yet to receive an offer for the Spain forward. United are hoping to tie up a deal for Pedro, who has a £22million release clause, before the end of the transfer window.VALDES ABSENT FROM TRAINING Goalkeeper Victor Valdes was conspicuous by his absence as Manchester United players modelled their new training kit at Carrington on Wednesday. Louis van Gaal has told Valdes that he will remain a reserve player until further notice, with several clubs understood to be monitoring the situation.BUT DE GEA DEPARTURE HINT?David De Gea’s girlfriend has inadvertently confirmed the Manchester United stopper’s transfer to Real Madrid. Edurne Garcia, who is a 29-year-old popstar, won’t be doing herself any favours with the Old Trafford faithful especially after she was once quoted as saying Manchester was ‘uglier than the back of a fridge’ while taking part in a TV interview in Spain on Wednesday night. But Garcia’s dislike for the city of Manchester won’t cut as deep as the reported quotes that followed her high profile interview.MASCH STAYING PUT Barcelona’s Javier Mascherano has quashed rumours linking him with a move to Italy, claiming his “bond is with Barcelona”. Roma, Milan and Juventus have all been linked with the 31-year-old but he is in no rush to move. “I’m aware of the interest shown by other clubs towards me, but I think there can be no doubts about my bond with Barcelona,” said Mascherano. “It’s a bond that is always the same and that will stay this way until my last day here.”CHELSEA AFFECTING STONES John Stones has been affected by Chelsea’s attempts to sign him, according to Everton manager Roberto Martinez. Stones, 21, was the subject of two unsuccessful bids from the Premier League champions during July. Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, having seen offers of £20m and £26m turned down, has played down the prospect of making a third offer before the transfer window closes on Sept. 1. And Everton manager Martinez has reiterated his stance that the club do not need to sellLIFE’S NOT FERLeroy Fer’s move from QPR to Sunderland is off after he failed a medical for the second time in his career – the first coming at Everton two years ago. That raises the possibility of Fer remaining in the Championship with QPR at least until January. IN FOR CHARLIETottenham are now considering a move for Charlie Austin, and have reportedly contacted Queens Park Rangers about signing the 26-year-old. Austin is rated at £15million by QPR, but Spurs value him at closer to £10million. Spurs, who could throw in a loanee as a sweetener, are keen to thrash out a deal sooner rather than later.DESTRO ON THE MOVE Mattia Destro could leave Roma and join Bologna for €9m as Fiorentina’s interest in the player fades. The poacher was one of the hottest names on the transfer market last year, but he appears headed for Bologna. INLER TO BESIKTAS Besiktas are reportedly willing to offer Inler a substantial contract to persuade Inler to leave his current club Napoli. The 31-year-old is the target of the Turkish club and could leave the Partenopei before the end of the summer. Besiktas are reportedly ready to offer €2.5m yearly plus bonuses for the player, which could raise his salary to €3m. Leicester are also interested.DE BRUYNE KEEN ON MOVEWolfsburg star Kevin de Bruyne has refused to rule out leaving the club before the transfer window closes. Manchester City and Bayern Munich have been strongly linked with the former Chelsea man this summer. De Bruyne, 24, told reporters: “I am not the one telling the people I am definetely going to stay. Just to move on two weeks later. “You always have to keep these things without a definitive statement. I believe people know the way I am. I am just trying to stay loyal and tell the truth.” DONE DEALDutch winger Eljero Elia has joined Feyenoord on a two-year deal, leaving Werder Bremen after three seasons. The 28-year-old Elia, who has also played for Hamburg and Juventus, spent the second half of last season on loan at Southampton.GODIN TO CITY?Atletico Madrid defender Diego Godin is a transfer target for Manchester City, according to Spanish media reports. AS are reporting that Manuel Pellegrini has identified the Uruguay international as the player to build his defence around. Given Mangala’s form, they certainly need him! DONE DEALSunderland have signed midfielder Yann M’Vila on a season-long loan from Rubin Kazan. M’Vila, who has won 22 caps for France, spent last season on loan at Inter Milan. He began his career in his homeland with Rennes before joining Kazan in Russia. Sunderland sporting director Lee Congerton told the club’s website: “Yann is a player who is highly regarded by a number of the elite clubs across Europe, playing for his national team of France from a young age.NO LOVE FOR THE MIDLANDS Emmanuel Adebayor’s move to Aston Villa from Tottenham Hotspur has hit the buffers because he wants to commute from London to the Midlands every day. Adebayor’s refusal to fully commit to life in the Midlands has understandably annoyed Villa boss Tim Sherwood, and the deal is on the rocks.CHICARITO SET TO LEAVEJavier Hernandez looks set to leave Manchester United, but not for West Ham or Tottenham, which has looked like the Mexican’s likely move in the past couple of weeks. An “unnammed MLS team” have reportedly offered United $10million for the striker and, according to reports, he has 24 hours to decide if he wants the move.POTTY FOR POTTERSUkraine striker Andriy Yarmolenko has told Dynamo Kiev’s chairman he will not renew his contract amid continued interest from Stoke. The 25-year-old has scored 70 goals in 175 appearances for Kiev and has been capped 49 times by his country. Mark Hughes’s work this summer has been superb, particularly if he can land Yarmolenko.NEW DEALS FOR EVERTON DUOEverton pair James McCarthy and Kevin Mirallas are to sign new deals with the club. McCarthy, 24, will pen a new five-year contract to ward off interest from Manchester City. Belgian Mirallas, 27, will also get a contract extension having been the subject of a £6m bid from West Ham last month.HAPPY HANDS, SEE? Goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has signed a new four-year contract with Swansea to boost the Welsh club ahead of the coming Premier League season. The former Arsenal stopper has found his best form in South Wales and this news is encouraging for both player and club.WATFORD TO LOAN A KEEPER FOR….TWO WEEKSWatford have made another audacious move in the loan market – by lining Venezualan international goalkeeper Rafael Romo for just two WEEKS. Romo, 25, will go straight into the squad for tomorrow’s Premier League opener at Everton when he completes a short-term switch from Udinese – who are owned, like Watford, by the Italian Pozzo family. Hornets boss Quique Sanchez Flores offered Romo a short-term stopover at Vicarage Road from Watford’s ‘sister’ club in Italy after discovering summer signing Giedrius Arlauskis is suspended for the first two games of the season.MITROGLOU SET FOR BENFICAFulham’s Greek forward Kostas Mitroglou is close to joining Benfica on loan. Manager Kit Symons said: “There’s a good chance that Kostas will be off on loan shortly. If so it will be to Benfica but it’s not confirmed yet.” Mitroglou joined the west London club from Olympiacos for £11m in January 2014 but has failed to replicate the form that earned him the move.K-P BOATENG DEAL CRASHESKevin-Prince does not have any luck, does he? His move to Sporting Lisbon has tanked due to image rights issues. Click here for our report.–This series is from the team at 99.7FM, tracking the latest moves in the window. We call it the #JoySports Transfer Daily. Here, we summarize all the moves and rumours in a quick, easy to read format.The series started in July 1 and ends on August 31.When does the transfer window open?The Premier League season wrapped up on May 24 and there has been a slew of confirmed transfers since – including James Milner and Danny Ings to Liverpool and Memphis Depay’s move to Manchester United. But the window did not officially open until 12am on Wednesday 1 July 2015.Is that the same across Europe?No it is not. The transfer window dates for the major European leagues have yet to be finalised, but France, Germany, Spain and Italy’s tends to open at the beginning of June rather than July. This means players from those leagues can agree moves into England, but transfers will not be ratified until July 1. The Dutch summer transfer window tends to open in the second week of June.–Follow Kweku on Twitter: @nana_odum. The Joy Sports hashtag is #JoySports
How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start Related Articles Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies THE GAME: The Dodgers held the Colorado Rockies to just two hits in a 7-1 victory Saturday afternoon at Camelback Ranch.PITCHING REPORT: In his second start of the spring, David Price was sharp. He faced just 10 batters in three hitless innings, striking out seven of them (including the last four). The only baserunner he allowed was a first-inning walk to Nolan Arenado. … Blake Treinen made his first Cactus League appearance of the spring and pitched a scoreless inning, walking one. … Joe Kelly, Caleb Ferguson and Pedro Baez also combined for two scoreless innings. Scott Alexander gave up a solo home run to Arenado in his one inning of work.HITTING REPORT: The Dodgers sent 10 batters to the plate in the first inning against Ubaldo Jimenez and scored five runs on a grab bag – a walk, two hit batters, two singles, a throwing error and two wild pitches, including one on a third strike that scored a run. … Max Muncy had just four hits in his first 19 at-bats this spring, but hit his second home run of the spring Saturday. … Chris Taylor was back in the lineup after missing a few games after he was hit in the left shoulder by a pitch. He singled and scored in his first two at-bats. … Matt Beaty drove in two runs – one by being hit in the foot by a pitch with the bases loaded, the other on a triple.UP NEXT: Dodgers (LHP Julio Urias) at Rangers (RHP Jordan Lyles), 1 p.m. Sunday, Surprise Stadium, SportsNet LA Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error