Froome, three-time Vuelta victor Alberto Contador and Colombian Esteban Chaves finished in the same group, more than four minutes behind stage victor Alexey Lutsenko but ahead of their general classification rivals. After a commendable day out ahead, the two leaders were reeled in with 8km remaining - but not before Rubio put in a little dig to distance Rossetto (although the Frenchman managed to turn the tables before the pack closed in).
If you have your team, your squad, it will be easier for me to get a message across. No surprise that last season we saw success on the pitch as Rafa Benitez was backed in the transfer market last summer (and made a £40m profit) and success happened on the pitch, as Ashley took a back seat.
Even though Smith wasn't taken in the top 5 of the draft, many believe that he could be one of the most talented players in the draft class. Smith was not only projected to be rookie of the year, but was also named most athletic. While Kuzma's vote feels like the ultimate case of Summer League overreaction, we'll focus on the mere fact that Fultz - who was, once again, the overwhelming favorite atop most draft boards - continues to be viewed as a secondary talent.
The Australian, speaking ahead of the second Test at Headingley starting on Friday, said: "Forty degrees in Barbados to 13 degrees in Birmingham, I would be walking around freezing my nuts off as well with my hands in my pockets". "I would be very interested in returning to global cricket", he added. Opening batsman Boycott played in 108 Tests for England , making 8,114 runs which included 22 centuries.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown signed a new deal worth over $18 million annually earlier this offseason. The Giants said the 24-year-old suffered only an ankle sprain but would be evaluated further. He did wear glasses at times, but he constantly compared the view with and without them. He had about 30 seconds to make a play on the ball in the air.
There were 12 pitchers used in this game, obscuring the fact that Arizona's Taijuan Walker (5.1 IP, 7 H, 0 ER) and New York's Robert Gsellman (6.1 IP, 5 H, 1 ER) pitched pretty darn well. Things were already alarming when the hard-throwing lefty, one who typically sits between 95-96 with his four-seamer, was averaging just more than 90 miles per hour Monday night.