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MLB execs think Red Sox manager could receive stiffer punishment than Astros

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SportsCenter 5’s Duke Castiglione spoke with several baseball executives who believe Red Sox manager Alex Cora will receive a stiffer punishment than the former Astros GM and manager.

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  1. Benny & The Betts Podcast

    January 14, 2020 at 2:48 pm

    There's no reason to keep Alex Cora at this point. Any super minor infractions in the future will be blown up into a major ones given the the precedent.

  2. Flexb123

    January 14, 2020 at 2:48 pm

    Man when you look at those seasons in questions, astro's 17 and red sox 18, both those teams had amazing offenses and basically everyone was mashing. Its too bad, you look at that season Betts and Martinez had and now you know why offensively. I'd be pissed if I were the Dodgers, lost 2 years in a row to teams who got caught cheating badly.

  3. Larry Thomas

    January 14, 2020 at 2:48 pm

    New England is full of cheaters.

  4. King Breezy Boii

    January 14, 2020 at 2:48 pm

    Ban this bum for life!!

  5. Luke Enno

    January 14, 2020 at 2:48 pm

    Rotten to the Cora.

  6. C Cage

    January 14, 2020 at 2:48 pm

    He needs to get banned for life. And Red Sox should be forced to vacate the 2018 World Series.

  7. Allan Claydon

    January 14, 2020 at 2:48 pm

    Bye Bye Cora. Must of learned from Belichick.lol

  8. terminalgremlin

    January 14, 2020 at 2:48 pm

    Send him back to PR.

  9. Fai

    January 14, 2020 at 2:48 pm

    Alex Cora has a face that's very punchable.

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WATCH LIVE: Thousands of trout will be restocked in Harris County Pct 4 Parks Ponds & Lake

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ANGLER ALERT! Thousands of trout will be restocked in Harris County Pct 4 Parks Ponds & Lake Friday Jan. 17. We are talking with Roseanne Belzung Park Director for Kickerillo-Mischer Preserve. Want fishing tips? Questions about fish and parks? Ask your questions now.

Stay updated about the rainbow trout stockings in Precinct 4 parks at www.facebook.com/HCPrecinct4/

To learn more about the TPWD Trout Stocking, visit tpwd.texas.gov/fishboat/fish/management/stocking/trout_stocking.phtml/trout_2014.phtml?s=c

To learn more about fishing in Harris County Precinct 4, visit www.hcp4.net/parks/fishing/

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Treemont finds holidays are time to reassess seniors’ situations

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As individuals and families return to “normal” routines after the holiday festivities, some seniors and adult children may wonder if they or their beloved parents are still in the right place. Is it time to start exploring a more supportive living arrangement as a way to retain one’s independence? If so, what are the factors make families consider making a move to a senior living community?

Is the senior more isolated, less social? If a senior no longer drives or doesn’t drive at night, has lost a spouse, or is self-conscious after a health setback, consider the social benefits of retirement living. First, there is the opportunity to have a meal three times a day with fellow residents at Treemont Retirement Community. If you desire to be more social, there are dozens of activities each week, including exercise, art, and creative writing classes, plus dances, entertainment or the opportunity to play RummiCube or bridge in a Treemont common area.


Are you looking for flexible care options? If you’ve had a health setback, Treemont has on-site home health care companies. Seniors can request temporary assistance with bathing, dressing and medication management until they get stronger and back to where they were. If you have need of therapy paid for by Medicare, Treemont has nurses and therapists available to treat you in your apartment. For seniors who are independent, the availability of extra care options can provide peace of mind for future needs. Treemont offers independent living, home health care, assisted living and skilled nursing/rehab. Residents can transition to different care levels as their health care needs dictate.

Is it hard to get to doctor appointments? Treemont provides transportation to doctor appointments and shopping. Treemont also has two primary care doctors who visit residents in their apartments so seniors can regularly see a doctor. Are you looking to be carefree of daily chores with more time for hobbies? If you’ve cooked meals for your family for the past 50 years, senior living can free up your time to enjoy being pampered with sit-down or buffet-style meals three times a day in the Treemont dining room. Tired of housekeeping, lawn upkeep and maintenance responsibilities? Life at Treemont is maintenance-free.


To learn more, call one of Treemont’s Resident Counselors Lupe, Linda or Keri at 713-783-6820, to ask questions or request a free lunch and tour. For nursing/rehab care, please call Kelli at 713-783-4100. Or visit Treemont at 2501 Westerland Drive at Westheimer or at www.Treemont.com.




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Abbott meets tech startups during economic development mission to Israel

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Gov. Greg Abbott met with Israeli startups and discussed their “natural fit” with Texas businesses and institutions during his economic development mission to Israel, according to an Israeli innovation nonprofit.

Abbott departed for his economic development mission to Israel and Switzerland on Tuesday and will return to Texas Jan. 24. While in Israel, Start-Up Nation Central introduced him to Israeli startups that are already working in Texas or whose innovations could be a fit for Texas institutions, according to a news release.

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“There is a connection between businesses in Israel and Texas that make both Israel and Texas far better,” Start-Up Nation Central cites Abbott as saying during the visit. “We’re proud to make that connection while we’re here.”


In Houston, Start-Up Nation Central works with the Texas-Israeli Technology Partnership, which seeks to facilitate technology innovation between the two. A particular focus is placed on the Texas Medical Center.

Start-Up Nation Central is also working with Houston Exponential, a nonprofit that works to accelerate Houston’s tech industries, to launch an online platform that maps the region’s tech sector. This platform will use Start-Up Nation Central’s Global Finder platform that maps innovation hubs around the world.

“Gov. Abbott’s commitment to engaging with CEOs and executives around the world is playing a pivotal role in ensuring Texas remains a global economic powerhouse, creating a more prosperous future for our great state,” Texas Economic Development Corp. CEO Robert Allen said in a news release issued by the governor’s office.

Texas ranked fourth among the states in exports to Israel in 2018, with nearly $954 million of exports, according to the governor’s office. That same year, Texas imported more than $1.5 billion goods from Israel, ranking the state number three among other states. Israeli-based businesses operate in roughly 60 locations throughout Texas.



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