Herald All-Metro Boys Basketball: Vikings’ Guajardo named MVP
Guajardo is The Brownsville Herald’s 2021-22 All-Metro Boys Basketball Most Valuable Player. Offensive Player of the YearGerry Martinez, Brownsville St. JosephMartinez is regarded as one of, if not the best, basketball player in the Rio Grande Valley, and for good reason. The Tarpons’ football season cut into the basketball season. Coach of the YearJose Ramirez, Brownsville PaceThe Vikings went 34-5 overall with a 14-0 District 32-5A title-winning season, led by Ramirez. “If you are one of those basketball coaches that think basketball is only four months, it is not,” Ramirez said.myrgv.com
Man arrested after 4-year-old found slain in Dallas street
An 18-year-old arrested after a 4-year-old boy was found dead on a neighborhood street in southwest Dallas was known to walk in the area, residents said. Darriynn Brown was arrested and was being held in Dallas County jail on Monday on charges of kidnapping and burglary. Police say they anticipate additional charges pending the results of a forensic analysis.news.yahoo.com
Texas 18-wheeler driver says to give them space on roads
After the massive fatal pile-up crash in Fort Worth, a Texas big rig driver shared an important message on his Facebook account. Jose Ramirez from Denison, a city 75 miles north of Dallas, wrote in his now-viral post to please give 18-wheelers plenty of space while on the roads during the next few days as winter weather pummels Texas. But please give us truckers plenty of road space." People in the comments agreed with Ramirez and told him to be safe while driving during this Texas cold front. San Antonio's Texas Department of Transportation office tweeted some tips drivers should take while out on the road.mysanantonio.com
Yanks sweep Indians 10-9 in draining game, meet Rays in ALDS
New York Yankees' Gio Urshela (29) and Mike Ford celebrate after the Yankees defeated the Cleveland Indians 10-9 in Game 2 of an American League wild-card baseball series, early Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/David Dermer)CLEVELAND – It took the New York Yankees nearly five hours on the field, carried them from Wednesday to Thursday and September into October to complete the sweep. "They weren’t going to lose.”At 4 hours, 50 minutes — even without two rain delays totaling another 76 minutes — it was draining. New York went 2-8 during a testy season series with top-seeded Tampa Bay, which won the AL East by seven games over the second-place Yankees. RECORD STOREIndians pitchers walked 12, tied for the most in any postseason game.
Ramírez, Indians clinch playoff spot with 5-3 win over WSox
(AP Photo/Tony Dejak)CLEVELAND – With one sweet swing, José Ramírez pushed the Cleveland Indians into the playoffs and strengthened his case for the AL MVP award. Ramírez hit a three-run homer with two outs in the 10th inning, giving Cleveland a 5-3 win over the Chicago White Sox that clinched a postseason berth Tuesday night. Aces Lucas Giolito of the White Sox and Shane Bieber of the Indians face off Wednesday. Earlier in the inning, White Sox manager Rick Renteria and shortstop Tim Anderson were ejected by umpire Ángel Hernández after Luis Robert looked at a called third strike. Indians: RHP Jefry Rodriguez (right shoulder strain) is on the 45-day injured list and will not pitch again this season.
Indians beat Tigers for 20th straight time, Reyes hits 2 HRs
Cleveland Indians center fielder Delino DeShields greets teammates after their 8-5 over the Detroit Tigers in a baseball game, Sunday, Aug. 16, 2020, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)DETROIT The Cleveland Indians beat Detroit for the 20th straight time, nearing the major league record for most wins by a team over a single opponent, as Franmil Reyes hit two home runs to defeat the Tigers 8-5 Sunday. The Indians can match the record when they host Detroit in a three-game series next weekend. An ensuing argument earned Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire an ejection, the first of his season and 85th of his career. TRAINERS ROOMIndians: Reyes was hit by a pitch from Joe Jimenez with one out in the ninth.
Baseball and softball begin at PAC
Jose Ramirez volunteered to coach the Mens Baseball team because hes always had a passion for baseball. The number of players that the Mens Baseball team has on the fall roster is 34. The mens baseball team will split into two teams, black and teal, in the spring, said Ramirez. The Mens Baseball team and Womens Softball team are currently club teams. 2019-2020 Palo Alto College Womens Softball teampacpulse.com