Updated 3:48 am CDT, Saturday, August 3, 2019 A$AP Rocky, right, leaves the district court after the third day of his trial in Stockholm, Friday, Aug. 2, 2019. A Swedish court has ruled that American rapper A$AP Rocky and two other U.S. suspects can be freed from detention until Aug. 14, when the verdict on their assault case will be announced. Prosecutor Daniel Suneson said in his closing comments that he was seeking a six-month sentence for the rapper. (Fredrik Persson/TT News Agency via AP) less A$AP Rocky, right, leaves the district court after the third day of his trial in Stockholm, Friday, Aug. 2, 2019. A Swedish court has ruled that American rapper A$AP Rocky and two other U.S. suspects can be ... more Photo: Fredrik Persson/TT, AP Photo: Fredrik Persson/TT, AP Image 1 of / 4 … [Read more...] about Freed from Swedish jail, rapper A$AP Rocky lands in US
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Carlos Monarrez Detroit Free Press Published 12:59 PM EDT Jun 26, 2019 Mark Long caddied on the PGA Tour for Fred Funk and other players from 1989 to 2012 and puts together the official yardage books that players and caddies use on PGA Tour courses, including Detroit Golf Club. Long, 55, visited the course in May and recently gave the Free Press a rundown of how each hole will play at the Rocket Mortgage Classic. Hole 1 (par 4, 397 yards) The two left-side fairway bunkers tighten up the driving area a bit, but there is plenty of room to the right. Long’s take: “I think you’re going to see a lot of guys hitting a 3-wood or driver off the tee, getting it way down there. It’s a short hole. You’ve got the trees there, but you’re going to blow it over that (fairway) bunker there; it’s not even in play. Get it way down there and a hit a wedge in there. So that’s a birdie hole.” Hole 2 (par … [Read more...] about 2019 Rocket Mortgage Classic: Hole-by-hole breakdown
David Choi, provided by Published 1:09 am CDT, Wednesday, April 17, 2019 US Navy Five of Japan Air Self-Defense Force's F-35 jets reportedly made seven emergency landings prior to a crash somewhere in the Pacific Ocean last week, according to the Japanese newspaper Mainichi Shimbun. The emergency landings occurred in flight tests between June 2017 and January 2019, The Mainichi reported, citing defense officials. The crashed F-35, which was assembled by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in Nagoya, Japan, was reportedly diagnosed with cooling and navigation system problems in June 2017 and August 2018. Four of the five F-35s with problems were also assembled by Mitsubishi. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. Five of Japan Air Self-Defense Force's F-35 jets reportedly made seven emergency landings prior to a crash somewhere in the Pacific Ocean last week, the Ministry of Defense said, according to the Japanese newspaper Mainichi Shimbun. Two of the emergency landings … [Read more...] about Japan’s fleet of F-35s reportedly made 7 emergency landings before crash
Cork Gaines, provided by Published 2:32 pm CDT, Friday, April 12, 2019 Getty Images Tiger Woods used to use a strategy on the second hole of the Masters that included hitting fans with his ball on purpose. The strategy was intended to set up an easy birdie on the Par 5. Notah Begay said he tried the strategy after learning it from Woods, but it did not go as well. Read all of Business Insider's Masters coverage here. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. Tiger Woods has had a lot of success at the Masters, but some of that has come at the expense of the fans on the second hole. The par-5 second hole at Augusta National has been a good scoring hole for Woods. In 21 Masters tournaments, he is 28-under on No. 2 and 58-under on the other 17 holes combined. It turns out that sometimes he gets some help by intentionally aiming his approach shot at the fans. Golf Channel analyst Notah Begay discussed advice that older players give younger players at the Masters. He … [Read more...] about Tiger Woods’ used to hit the fans with his ball on purpose on one hole at the Masters
Denver Post sports writer Patrick Saunders posts his Rockies Mailbag every other week on Tuesdays during the season and once per month during the offseason. Pose a Rockies — or MLB — related question for the Rockies Mailbag. Hey Patrick! I’ve never loved Charlie Blackmon in center field. I’ve always seen him as sub-par defensively and would rather not see him burn himself out playing center in that huge outfield at Coors Field. I know Garrett Hampson is naturally an infielder but what are the odds they try him out in center and to utilize his crazy speed?— Blake Coulter, Littleton Blake, there certainly is a chance that Hampson gets a look in center field during spring training, but David Dahl also will get a shot, as well Ian Desmond, whom both general manager Jeff Bridich and manager Bud Black have said will move from first base to the outfield. Hampson remains in the running to replace DJ LeMahieu at second base, where he’ll be competing with Ryan … [Read more...] about Rockies Mailbag: Fans not impressed with lack of offseason moves from Bridich and Co.