Zach PutnamCHA200+0.3 Brent SuterMIL001+0.0 Jose LeclercTEX110-0.2 Will HarrisHOU1020+0.7 Xavier CedenoTBA013-0.4 Mike MontgomeryCHN911+0.9 Nick VincentSEA613+0.5 Alex ColomeTBA1622+1.6 Tony BarnetteTEX630-0.2 Hector RondonCHN721+0.2 Zach BrittonBAL600+0.9 Corey KnebelMIL1722+1.6 Erasmo RamirezTBA702+1.0 Kyle BarracloughMIA611+0.4 Al AlburquerqueKCA010-0.4 Eric O’FlahertyATL110-0.2 Heath HembreeBOS324-0.3 Pedro StropCHN413+0.2 Evan ScribnerSEA020-0.7 David HernandezANA601+0.9 Brandon KintzlerMIN1221+1.1 Rafael MonteroNYN131-1.0 Fernando RodneyARI1233+0.6 Jeanmar GomezPHI411+0.2 Chad QuallsCOL100+0.2 Keynan MiddletonANA100+0.1 Ryan BuchterSDN742-0.6 Robert StephensonCIN220-0.5 Hansel RoblesNYN422-0.2 Kelvin HerreraKCA1131+0.6 Jose AlvarezANA543-0.8 Danny FarquharTBA732-0.1 Brooks PoundersANA100+0.1 Jim JohnsonATL930+0.1 Josh OsichSFN012-0.4 Marc RzepczynskiSEA304+0.4 Mike MinorKCA1021+0.8 Adam WarrenNYA421-0.1 Joe BiaginiTOR432-0.5 Matthew BowmanSLN1023+0.6 PITCHER▲▼TEAM▲▼GOOSE EGGS▲▼BROKEN EGGS▲▼MEHS▲▼GWAR▲▼ Jayson AquinoBAL010-0.4 Aaron LoupTOR104+0.2 Wily PeraltaMIL120-0.6 Chris YoungKCA100+0.2 Sam TuivailalaSLN320-0.3 Michael FelizHOU100+0.1 Michael LorenzenCIN1010+1.0 Jeurys FamiliaNYN412+0.2 Richard BleierBAL210-0.1 Dustin McGowanMIA201+0.3 Carl EdwardsCHN811+0.7 Keone KelaTEX530-0.3 Carlos EstevezCOL100+0.2 Josh SmokerNYN722+0.2 Jorge De La RosaARI831+0.0 Junichi TazawaMIA120-0.6 Tyler WilsonBAL111-0.2 Frankie MontasOAK100+0.1 Andrew ChafinARI033-1.1 Wade LeBlancPIT112-0.2 Ken GilesHOU721+0.3 Dan JenningsCHA012-0.4 Alex WilsonDET743-0.4 James PazosSEA613+0.5 Darren O’DayBAL722+0.3 Deolis GuerraANA720+0.3 Ryan MadsonOAK721+0.3 Koji UeharaCHN832-0.0 Sam DysonTEX361-1.7 Enny RomeroWAS733-0.2 Matt StrahmKCA221-0.4 Brian DuensingCHN300+0.4 Johnny BarbatoPIT010-0.4 Miguel DiazSDN010-0.4 Mike DunnCOL501+0.8 Logan VerrettBAL400+0.6 PITCHER▲▼TEAM▲▼GOOSE EGGS▲▼BROKEN EGGS▲▼MEHS▲▼GWAR▲▼ J. C. RamirezANA020-0.7 Mychal GivensBAL922+0.6 Jose TorresSDN130-1.0 Joely RodriguezPHI514+0.3 Kirby YatesANA/SDN111-0.2 Joe SmithTOR1011+1.2 Roberto OsunaTOR841-0.3 Ryan TeperaTOR1120+0.9 Ryan DullOAK422-0.2 Casey LawrenceTOR010-0.4 Shane GreeneDET612+0.5 Warwick SaupoldDET001+0.0 Jeremy JeffressTEX131-0.9 Bud NorrisANA850-0.7 Matt BarnesBOS513+0.4 Adam ConleyMIA010-0.4 Sean DoolittleOAK412+0.2 Alex ClaudioTEX524+0.0 Robbie RossBOS100+0.2 Juan NicasioPIT522-0.1 Jose RamirezATL920+0.5 Blaine HardyDET121-0.6 Steven OkertSFN524-0.1 Tom WilhelmsenARI112-0.2 Brad HandSDN1232+0.5 Peter MoylanKCA302+0.5 Derek LawSFN1021+0.6 Pat NeshekPHI612+0.5 Justin WilsonDET1120+0.9 Casey FienSEA100+0.1 T. J. McFarlandARI400+0.6 Trevor RosenthalSLN1220+0.9 Brad PeacockHOU101+0.1 Jonathan HolderNYA300+0.5 Seung-hwan OhSLN1612+1.8 Tyler PollNYN010-0.4 Hector NerisPHI1111+1.2 Jumbo DiazTBA232-0.8 Brad BrachBAL1520+1.5 Justin GrimmCHN101+0.1 Jacob TurnerWAS520-0.1 Jhan MarinezMIL/PIT320-0.3 Bryan MitchellNYA010-0.4 Edwin DiazSEA1321+1.2 David RobertsonCHA1020+0.7 Jake McGeeCOL402+0.6 Yusmeiro PetitANA712+0.7 Fernando SalasNYN422-0.2 Chase De JongSEA010-0.4 Tyler ClippardNYA434-0.5 Ben TaylorBOS101+0.2 Luke GregersonHOU620+0.1 George KontosSFN531-0.5 Fernando AbadBOS300+0.5 Tony WatsonPIT1432+0.8 Jose AlvaradoTBA513+0.4 Anthony SwarzakCHA400+0.6 Cam BedrosianANA303+0.4 Ryne StanekTBA013-0.4 Mark MelanconSFN820+0.3 Addison ReedNYN1343+0.3 Matt BushTEX1020+0.8 Nick WittgrenMIA300+0.4 Nate JonesCHA410+0.2 Robert GsellmanNYN210-0.1 Luis AvilanLAN212-0.1 Wade DavisCHN1001+1.4 Jerry BlevinsNYN805+1.1 Joe KellyBOS412+0.3 Austin BriceCIN300+0.4 Taylor RogersMIN622+0.2 Jacob BarnesMIL1222+0.9 Josh FieldsLAN201+0.3 Steve CishekSEA011-0.4 Dan AltavillaSEA321-0.3 Chase WhitleyTBA521-0.0 Chasen ShreveNYA301+0.5 Travis WoodKCA331-0.6 Paul SewardNYN100+0.1 Gabriel YnoaBAL001+0.0 Kyle RyanDET210-0.1 Donnie HartBAL313+0.1 Aroldis ChapmanNYA600+0.9 The Cleveland Indians’ Andrew Miller is the sort of pitcher we had in mind when we developed the goose egg, our replacement for the save stat that rewards pitchers for throwing scoreless relief innings in clutch situations. Miller isn’t the Indians’ closer — that distinction belongs to Cody Allen — and in fact, Miller doesn’t have a single save yet this season. But no reliever has contributed more to his team’s bottom line so far.Miller has appeared in 23 games, usually entering in the 7th or 8th inning. All but a handful of those appearances have come in high-leverage situations. He’s yielded just two runs — one of them unearned — while striking out 37 batters and allowing just 5 walks and 13 hits in 26.1 innings. He’s been as unhittable as pitchers get. But while Miller hasn’t earned any saves for his efforts, he does have 17 goose eggs, tying him for the major league lead. He also leads the majors in goose wins above replacement (GWAR), having added 2.3 wins to Cleveland’s tally so far. If his performance so far is the source of any disappointment, it’s that, unlike during last year’s postseason, Miller hasn’t been used in many multi-inning appearances — but that’s on manager Terry Francona, not Miller.The co-leader in goose eggs is the Brewers’ Corey Knebel, who started out as a setup man but worked his way into the closer role. We’re more interested in pitchers with less conventional usage patterns, however, and a couple of them have fallen off the pace slightly. The Astros’ Chris Devenski, who we highlighted last month for often working multiple innings at a time, is up to 15 goose eggs, but he also has 5 broken eggs (the goose equivalent of a blown save). And the Reds’ Raisel Iglesias, who’s mainly used as a closer but who often enters the game in the 8th inning instead of the 9th, is stuck on 12 goose eggs, mostly because the Reds have been playing like crap and not providing him with enough clutch situations to pitch in.You can find a complete rundown of goose stats in the table below. We’ll continue to update these numbers once a month or so. Austin PruittTBA200+0.3 Liam HendriksOAK411+0.2 Danny BarnesTOR120-0.6 Randall DelgadoARI300+0.4 Chris DevenskiHOU1551+0.3 Daniel HudsonPIT332-0.7 Robby ScottBOS206+0.3 Blake ParkerANA731-0.1 Cory GearrinSFN210-0.1 Hector SantiagoMIN010-0.4 Chad GreenNYA001+0.0 Joe BlantonWAS120-0.6 Dominic LeoneTOR223-0.4 Blake WoodCIN220-0.5 Grant DaytonLAN011-0.4 Ryan GartonTBA030-1.1 Jared HughesMIL200+0.3 Tony CingraniCIN110-0.2 Tyler DuffeyMIN410+0.2 Bryan ShawCLE912+1.1 Jean MachiSEA101+0.1 Cody AllenCLE1022+0.9 Jordan LylesCOL110-0.2 Source: Seamheads.com Joakim SoriaKCA1431+1.0 Chris RusinCOL412+0.2 Kenley JansenLAN1201+1.6 Luis GarciaPHI300+0.4 Brandon MaurerSDN850-0.8 Jake JunisKCA100+0.2 Neil RamirezNYN002+0.0 Josh CollmenterATL020-0.8 Kevin SiegristSLN610+0.4 Ryan PresslyMIN420-0.1 Jason MotteATL101+0.1 Miguel SocolovichSLN101+0.1 Ty BlachSFN101+0.1 Craig BreslowMIN010-0.4 Andrew MillerCLE1711+2.3 J. P. HowellTOR010-0.4 Dellin BetancesNYA1010+1.2 Greg HollandCOL1200+1.8 Justin HaleyMIN110-0.2 Emilio PaganSEA110-0.2 Scott AlexanderKCA210-0.1 Dario AlvarezTEX201+0.3 Blake TreinenWAS320-0.3 Shawn KelleyWAS620+0.1 Carlos TorresMIL431-0.6 David PhelpsMIA440-1.0 Matt GraceWAS110-0.2 Pedro BaezLAN222-0.5 Sammy SolisWAS110-0.2 Diego MorenoTBA010-0.4 Bryan MorrisSFN300+0.4 Matt BelisleMIN713+0.7 Koda GloverWAS712+0.6 Alec AsherBAL311+0.1 Jonathan BroxtonSLN120-0.6 Arodys VizcainoATL1031+0.3 Raisel IglesiasCIN1200+1.7 Kevin QuackenbushSDN110-0.2 Ian KrolATL311+0.0 Sergio RomoLAN230-0.9 Boone LoganCLE002+0.0 Alex WoodLAN301+0.4 Wandy PeraltaCIN810+0.8 Francisco RodriguezDET272-2.3 Drew StorenCIN212-0.1 Tommy HunterTBA310+0.1 Goose stats through Thursday, June 1 Archie BradleyARI1121+0.9 Felipe RiveroPIT1412+1.6 Hunter StricklandSFN710+0.6 Matt AlbersWAS413+0.2 Jesse ChavezANA010-0.4 Jason GrilliTOR331-0.6 Scott ObergCOL310+0.1 J. J. HooverARI621+0.1 Adam OttavinoCOL1132+0.6 Asher WojciechowskiCIN100+0.1 Brett CecilSLN621+0.1 Bruce RondonDET010-0.4 Neftali FelizMIL840-0.4 Daniel CoulombeOAK011-0.4 Craig KimbrelBOS1210+1.5 Oliver DrakeMIL110-0.2 Jandel GustaveHOU010-0.4 Joaquin BenoitPHI930+0.1 Antonio BastardoPIT010-0.4 Chris HatcherLAN110-0.2 Josh EdginNYN522-0.1 Brad ZieglerMIA412+0.2 Tony ZychSEA321-0.3 Vidal NunoBAL010-0.4 Stefan ChrichtonBAL010-0.4 A. J. RamosMIA411+0.2 Santiago CasillaOAK931+0.2 Ross StriplingLAN541-0.8 Tommy KahnleCHA820+0.4 Edubray RamosPHI060-2.3 Oliver PerezWAS402+0.6

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first_img Retiring Farm Bureau Director Turns to Soybean Board Previous articleSpecialist Recommends Weed Control Before Planting Winter WheatNext articleGrowth Energy Joins Fuels America Coalition Andy Eubank Home News Feed Retiring Farm Bureau Director Turns to Soybean Board SHARE This week the Indiana Soybean Alliance announced the names of 3 Hoosier soybean farmers newly elected to the board of directors. They join other re-elected directors who begin the new term in December. Josh Kirkpatrick of Fountain County is a new District 3 director, and David Rodibaugh and Kendell Culp, both from Jasper County, will represent District 1.Culp was recently honored for his 12 years as a director for Indiana Farm Bureau. He’ll tenure off the board in December. Indiana Farm Bureau President Don Villwock ((pictured with AFBF President Bob Stallman) makes it clear ISA is getting an active board member.“His district meetings are some of the best we have in the state,” Villwock told HAT. “He’s had some outstanding speakers throughout the years that attend those meetings. He’s very good at making sure everyone attends functions to get out a good crowd and make sure people are doing their responsibility, whether that’s interviewing candidates for officer, leadership development, young farmers, and I’d really say he’s developed a tremendous system her in District 3. So about every box can be checked as positive that Kendall’s got accomplished in his term, and we’re very proud of him.”Villwock calls Culp a great servant leader who “gets involved in counties. He surfaces new leaders. He’s been director for 12 years with distinction. He’s also very passionately involved with politics. The politics of agriculture is his thrust that he wants to make sure in the statehouse the people understand what our needs are in agriculture, and he works hard to get those folks elected.”Is politics in his future? Kendall Culp says now, other than the new soybean position, it’s all about the farm.“Actually my son’s coming back home to farm and I need to be at home and get him mentored and kind of get that started, so I need to take care of home first and the family. But sure I’m always looking for opportunities. Farm Bureau has been very good to me and for me and maybe there will be other opportunities with Farm Bureau, or maybe it will be somewhere else, but public policy has always been an interest to me.”He is already involved in local government. Culp is currently a Jasper County Commissioner.[audio:https://www.hoosieragtoday.com//wp-content/uploads//2012/09/Kendall-Culp-moves-from-Farm-Bureau-to-Soybean.mp3|titles=Kendall Culp moves from Farm Bureau to Soybean]Audio Playerhttps://media.blubrry.com/hoosieragtoday/p/www.hoosieragtoday.com//wp-content/uploads//2012/09/Kendall-Culp-moves-from-Farm-Bureau-to-Soybean.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: RSS SHARE Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter By Andy Eubank – Sep 26, 2012 last_img

first_img News Organisation to go further Shakori and seven of his employees – who were given 11-year prison sentences – were convicted of anti-government propaganda, publishing indecent content and inciting immorality. They have appealed. Aparat was created as an Iranian alternative to YouTube, which continues to be inaccessible in Iran. RSF_en IranMiddle East – North Africa Condemning abusesOnline freedoms ImprisonedWomenInternet After Hengameh Shahidi’s pardon, RSF asks Supreme Leader to free all imprisoned journalists In 2009, Shakori was accused by activists and former political prisoners of collaborating with the regime. In particular, they accused him of informing the authorities of the identity of Internet users who had posted information about the wave of protests they were organizing. Iran is ranked 173rd out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2020 World Press Freedom Index. March 18, 2021 Find out more Call for Iranian New Year pardons for Iran’s 21 imprisoned journalists October 28, 2020 Combined total of 128 years in prison for 10 Iranians with journalism links A Tehran revolutionary court sentenced Mohammad Javad Shakori, the head of the Iranian state video-sharing service Aparat, to 12 years in prison on 24 October for producing and disseminated a sex education documentary for young people that asked children if they knew “how they were born.” “We condemn these extremely harsh sentences imposed after unfair trials, which constitute violations of press freedom and free speech,” said Reza Moini, the head of RSF’s Iran-Afghanistan desk. “The charges are complete fabrications. In Iran, there is nothing independent about the justice system, which is manipulated by the Revolutionary Guards and intelligence ministry officials.” News According to Mazloom, who was arrested in July, her son has just been transferred to “Security Section 2a” of Tehran’s Evin prison, where he is in solitary confinement. RSF has previously condemned the Iranian judicial system’s persecution of Arabi, as well as its persecution of his mother and the families of other journalists. Iran: Press freedom violations recounted in real time January 2020 News News IranMiddle East – North Africa Condemning abusesOnline freedoms ImprisonedWomenInternet Follow the news on Iran Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the exceptionally severe prison sentences that have just been passed in Iran on eight employees of a state video-sharing service, a jailed photojournalist’s mother, and a citizen-journalist. Totalling 128 years in prison, these sentences represent a new crackdown on the freedom to inform, RSF says. June 9, 2021 Find out more Farangis Mazloom , the mother of Soheil Arabi, an imprisoned photojournalist who was awarded the RSF Press Freedom Prize in the citizen-journalist category in 2017, was herself sentenced on appeal on 20 October to 18 months in prison on charges of “meeting and plotting against national security” and anti-government propaganda. Finally, the writer and citizen-journalist Payman Farhangian has been sentenced to 38 years in prison on charges of anti-government publicity and “creating a group of more than two people on [the messaging service] Signal in order to endanger national security.” His lawyer says he has appealed against the sentence. Help by sharing this information Receive email alerts  Although he lives in Iran, Farhangian was tried in absentia because he was not notified in advance about his trial, which was held at the end of August. After being arrested at his home in Kia Shahr, iin the northern province of Gilan, in connection with Instagram posts in support of the worker’s movement, he had been released pending trial on payment of an exorbitant sum of money as bail February 25, 2021 Find out morelast_img

first_imgIndia is ranked 138th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2018 World Press Freedom Index. The group says it wants to purge all “anti-national” and “anti-government” content without distinction. IABM’s “vigilantes” subject targeted journalists to online harassment and malicious phone calls, report them to their employers and accuse them of sedition in complaints filed with courts around the country. March 3, 2021 Find out more News News RSF_en to go further IndiaAsia – Pacific Religious intoleranceMedia independence Judicial harassmentEconomic pressureFreedom of expression Receive email alerts In a highly explicit tweet, he added: “If some media kingpin thinks #IABM is shooting the Messenger. Yes we are shooting the messenger but people know we are shooting the ‘One’ who spread lies and fears so deserve this treatment only.” IABM claims that it is apolitical but a quick look at Saxena’s Twitter profile leaves little doubt about its affinities. His profile displays a large photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Saxena boasts of having Modi among his Twitter followers. In the second case, around 25 legal complaints have been filed against freelance journalist Dhruv Rathee for criticizing the prime minister in a YouTube video. Instead of a journalist, the target of the third case is the actress Swara Bhaskar, against whom a similar number of legal actions have been filed for tweeting a photo showing an Indian army human rights violation in Kashmir. Earlier this month, two senior journalists at the TV channel ABP News – managing editor Milind Khandekar and Punya Prasun Bajpai, the presenter of the current affairs programme Master Stroke – were forced to resign after its executives asked them to avoid any comments or reports critical of the government or prime minister. A third ABP News journalist, Abhisar Sharma, was fired for objecting to similar instructions. “We call on the Indian government to ban this group, which is openly inciting murder and whose verbal violence against journalists poses a serious threat to their physical safety,” said Daniel Bastard, the head of RSF’s Asia-Pacific desk. “The harassment of Indian journalists who do not toe the ruling party line is reaching alarming proportions, while the government’s response to this phenomenon is a deafening silence. With less than a year to go to a general election, journalists must be able to express themselves without having to fear for their physical or professional survival. Otherwise, Indian democracy will be nothing more than a distant illusion.” IndiaAsia – Pacific Religious intoleranceMedia independence Judicial harassmentEconomic pressureFreedom of expression Later, Bajpai wrote an exposé about the circumstances of his departure and the official diktats that preceded it. The TV channel’s management allegedly received pressures from the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and the BJP apparatus, including jamming satellite signals and the withdrawal of advertising by businesses close to the government. A week before the two journalists were forced out, BJP leader Amit Shah told parliament he was going to “teach ABP News a lesson.” Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Indian authorities to ban a group of pro-government Hindu nationalists who have launched an online campaign against “biased” journalists. RSF also urges the authorities to guarantee the physical and professional survival of journalists threatened by these militants. Follow the news on India The three cases in which IAMB members report filing complaints in the past few days clearly reflect Hindutva, the far-right Hindu nationalist ideology that inspired the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). 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