Теория и помощь в решение расчетов систем водоснабжения и отопления. Например, подбор диаметров, подбор насосов, подбор котлов, подбор систем отопления и т.д.

                 
                         
           



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Сообщение lw789 » 19 июл 2018, 08:13

The Winnipeg Goldeyes battled back to take a late lead Tuesday night, but could not hold on. The Goldeyes saw the gap between them and the second place St. Paul Saints get wider in the North Division after a 9-8 seesaw, eleven inning loss to the Saints. Winnipegs Amos Ramon hit two home runs and drove in three, but while he was the clutch performer in regulation, it was Dan Kaczrowski who was the extra inning hero for the Saints. Kaczrowski, who walked off on the Goldeyes on June 19, drove in the winner on a fielders choice in the 11th inning. Ramons fifth home run of the season started the scoring for the Goldeyes in the first inning. The opposite field solo blast was Winnipeg first home run at home since June 14 against Quebec – a stretch of five games. Each team would put up multi-run second innings. The Saints put their first five batters of the inning on base and they would take a 4-1 lead. However, Nick Liles responded for Winnipeg in their half with an RBI single, making it seven straight games he has hit safely in. Nate Samson followed that up with an RBI triple to make it a 4-3 game. Sheldon led off the top of the fourth with a solo home run that just elevated over the wall past a leaping Lentini in centerfield. The Saints would lead 7-3 but in the fifth, Ramon ripped one over the left-field wall for his second home run of the game. Its the first time this season a member of the Goldeyes has recorded a multi-homer game. In the next inning, a trio of two-out hits put the Goldeyes up front for the first time since the opening inning. Ramon came up big again, along with Casey Haerther and Josh Mazzola, to give Winnipeg an 8-7 lead heading into the final three innings. The Goldeyes were one strike away from ending the game in the ninth, but Adam Frost stroked an RBI triple off Winnipeg closer Patrick Keating to tie the game at eight. It was Keatings first blown save of the season in his eighth opportunity. Sheldon reached on an error charged to Ramon to lead off the eleventh inning. He would move up to third and score on Kaczrowskis groundball, which was not hit hard enough for the Goldeyes to turn a double play on. That run would be the decider and the Goldeyes now find themselves four games back of the North Division lead. Kaohi Downing took the loss for Winnipeg to drop to 0-4. He worked both extra innings and got charged with the unearned run in the eleventh. Goldeyes starter Matt Rusch pitched five innings, allowing seven runs while striking out seven. Saints reliever Matt Meyer pitched two innings to earn the win. St. Pauls bullpen did a good job picking up starter Luke Anderson, who only lasted two innings. The two teams meet back at Shaw Park tomorrow in the second game of this four game series. Pete Gehle will get the start for the Goldeyes. 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No pretty goals on this night, just get to the front of the net and fight for a chance.LAS VEGAS -- NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says he is hopeful that the proposed $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers will be completed before next season begins. But he could not guarantee that will happen because the deal is currently held up in the courts. Silver spoke Tuesday evening after a meeting of the NBAs Board of Governors. He says he cannot guarantee Donald Sterling will be out as owner of the Clippers because he is fighting the sale. "Its very difficult to say anything with certainty in a situation like this," Silver said. "I can say with certainty we are doing everything in our power to move Donald out as an owner in the NBA." Sterling, who was banned by the NBA for life for making racist remarks, is challenging his wife Shellys planned sale of the Clippers for $2 billion to Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer in court. A judge recently delayed the next hearing until July 21, and closing arguments are scheduled for July 28. When Ballmer originally reached an agreement with Shelly Sterling to buy the team, the planned timeline included an approval vote by the board on Tuesday. But the court case has pushed everything back well past the expiration of Ballmers offer. The deadline can be extended, and Silver said the league is waiting for the process to play out. "Were in essence on hold since that sale is being challenged by her husband as to whether she has the right," Silver said. "If the court finds in her favour, thee sale will move forward.dddddddddddd If not, we will move forward with our own proceedings." Before Shelly Sterling agreed to sell the team to Ballmer, the NBA was moving forward with a plan to terminate Sterlings ownership of the team. During the trial, Shelly Sterling testified that she discussed with Silver the possibility of his lifetime ban being reduced to help facilitate a sale of the team. "Its accurate that we had the conversation," Silver said. "Shelly and I had several conversations over the course of the last few months in which Shelly proposed all kinds of things to me. And frankly its never been quite clear if shes able to speak for Donald." Silver said he asked for a proposal in writing from Donald Sterling, but never received one. Donald Sterling, who at one point in the proceedings called his wife "a pig" in the courtroom, contends she has no right under a family trust that owns the Clippers to single-handedly sell the team. Shelly Sterling contends she has the authority and two doctors hired by her testified that her 80-year-old husband has Alzheimers disease and is mentally incapable to act as administrator of the trust. 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