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What an MLB source said about the Dbacks trade h

first_img What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke The signing of Gay comes at a good time for the Cardinals,as they’ve missed out on other defensive back targetswhile having lost Richard Marshall to the Dolphins earlyin free agency.Gay, 27, has tallied three interceptions over the courseof his five-year career, but picked off two passes in2011, and is a willing tackler, having picked up 247 (205solo) in his career.Gay also fits the mold of what the Cardinals tend to lookfor in a free agent, as he is a player who has not yetreached his full potential as well as a former Steeler.It’s worth noting that Gay was with the Steelers at thesame time current Cardinals defensive coordinator RayHorton was the defensive backs coach, so if anyone knowswhat the 5-foot-10, 190 pound player is like it’s the manwho will be lining him up on defense. Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation The Cardinals confirmed the signing, announcing thecontract is for two years. Top Stories 0 Comments   Share   The Arizona Cardinals got the corner they werelooking for.William Gay, who visited the Cardinals last week,announced Sunday that the two sides have agreed to acntract on his twitter page.I’m going to miss thefinal four to support my girl @natashahastings at #TexasRelays …. O yeah by the way I’m #Birdgang now west coast— william gay (@williamgay22)March25, 2012 D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaylast_img read more

US Senate science panels will have new leadership in wake of Republican

first_img Sign up for our daily newsletter Get more great content like this delivered right to you! Country Click to view the privacy policy. Required fields are indicated by an asterisk (*) The new Republican majority in the U.S. Senate will mean new chairs of all committees. Although the choices won’t become official until January, here are likely changes atop key committees that affect the U.S. research committee:Appropriations: Senator Thad Cochran (R–MS) would replace Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) as chair of the full committee. Either he or Senator Richard Shelby (R-AL) is likely to take over the subcommittee that oversees the National Science Foundation, NASA, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Senator Jerry Moran (R–KS) would take over from retiring Senator Tom Harkin (D–IA) as chair of the subcommittee that funds the National Institutes of Health.Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions: Senator Lamar Alexander (R–TN) would succeed Harkin as chair of this panel, which oversees federal education and biomedical research policy. 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Inhofe has been a vociferous critic of the agency and previously chaired the panel from 2003 to 2008.Energy and Natural Resources: Senator Lisa Murkowski (R–AK) would take the gavel from Senator Mary Landrieu (D–LA) on a panel that oversees public lands and a large chunk of energy development policies. Landrieu could have been knocked off her perch even without the Republican tidal wave: She faces a 6 December runoff against Republican Representative Bill Cassidy in an attempt to retain her seat.Correction, November 5, 2014, 3:21pm: This version clarifies the most likely candidates to chair the Approrprations committees.last_img read more