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MLB executive says MLB should reduce games to 7 innings

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Bengals
Hue Jackson: Andy Dalton has to improve his fundamentals

MLB

Remember RBI Baseball? It's back!

 

What if MLB shortened games to 7 innings?
From ESPN Insider: 
MLB executive: "I think they ought to change the games to seven innings," he said. 
Olney: Seven innings? You mean, in each game? Seven innings instead of nine? 
Executive: "Seven innings," he said again, and he went on to explain that if baseball adopted this, it could represent a tonic for all the problems he sees. 

Bearcats
Jermaine Lawrence on list of Breakout Players for 2015
Seniors claim 11 awards at basketball awards banquet
From Chad Brendel, Bearcat Journal

UC season highlights

Kentucky Wildcats

Cal: NCAA is crumbling like the Soviet Union

NCAA 
How about the UConn women? The 40-0 Huskies destroyed Notre Dame (37-1) to win the women's national championship 79-58. Geno Auriemma has won nine national titles, with five unbeaten seasons.

NHL
Huge 4-3 OT win for the Columbus Blue Jackets over Phoenix. Columbus (41-31-7) remains in the second wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference. The Blue Jackets need two points from the remaining three games to clinch a berth.

Wow!

Awesome!
Batkid, five-year-old Miles Scott, fought crime in San Francisco last November with help from the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Tuesday, he was back in action, this time to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Giants home opener. 

Practice, practice, practice
Casey's team rents time at Hits Indoor Baseball in Covington each Tuesday night.
Great place! There are cages, pitching mounds, and areas to do fielding drills. They also offer clinics.