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Cardinals Lose Closer Motte To DL - RealGM Wiretap
Jason Motte will be out for at least a week with a mild strain in his elbow adidas nmd xr1 femme , leaving open the possibility that the Cardinals will begin the season without their closer.

Motte had stopped throwing following the results of an MRI a day earlier.

"Right now it's going to slow him down," John Mozeliak said. "We're certainly going to be aggressive with the rehab."

Motte, 30, agreed to a $12 million, two-year contract extension to avoid salary arbitration after posting a career-high and NL-best tying 42 saves in 49 chances in 2012.

Predicting The Champions League Quarterfinals - RealGM Wiretap

The quarterfinals of the Champions League kept the three prohibitive favorites (Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Real Madrid) apart, which leaves three cinderella stories (United, Dortmund adidas yeezy boost 350 v2 pas cher , Atlet) and one toss-up in Paris Saint-German and Chelsea.

Bayern over Manchester United

Let's get this one out of the way first and fast. This is clearly the most uneven tie of the quarterfinals with United barely getting past Olympiacos in the previous round, which has incidentally been the best part of David Moyes' first season at Old Trafford.

Bayern is loaded and have had no difficulty in continuing their dominance under Pep Guardiola.

This will be a bloodbath.

Real Madrid over Borussia Dortmund

Since losing Jesé for the season, Real Madrid fell to Barcelona and Sevilla before getting back on track over the weekend against Rayo Vallecano.

This is a rematch of last season's semifinals in which Dortmund advanced to Wembley, but Jurgen Klopp is sending out a much weaker side. Robert Lewandowski will be suspended for the first leg and Dortmund has had too many injuries to match Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema and Angel di Maria goal for goal. With La Liga slipping away, Carlo Ancelotti can't afford not to advance, particularly against the second weakest club of this stage.

Barcelona over Atlético Madrid

I was prepared to lean toward Atleti in this tie adidas nmd runner femme , particularly with Victor Valdes out for the season, but the uncertain health of Diego Costa is far more important. Atleti will need Costa to score multiple goals in order to advance past Barça into the semifinals.

These two clubs are also going up against each other for La Liga title and it is somewhat disappointing that Atleti didn't get a side from outside of Spain in this special part of the Champions League.

Barça is peaking at the right time with Lionel Messi fully back from injury and there's just too much depth of quality in the middle and front third for Atleti unless Costa can be superhuman.

Paris Saint-Germain over Chelsea

Betting against José Mourinho is something you do at your own peril, especially since PSG hasn't quite reached the level of the big-3 despite the excellence of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and one of the world's most expensive rosters.

It is difficult to find a reason to believe in a club that is coming off a loss to Crystal Palace and won't have Nemanja Matić since he is cup tied to Benfica.

PSG has too much quality around the pitch compared to Chelsea at this point and don't see them even giving up a single goal across either leg. This is may be viewed as a toss-up by many, but PSG should advance with relative ease unless Mourinho and Eden Hazard have a miracle in them.

锘? The net attack is the heavy artillery of tennis. It is supposed to crush all defence. As such it must be regarded as a point-winning stroke at all times, no matter whether the shot is volley or smash.

Once at the net hit from the point at the first opportunity given to get the racquet squarely on the ball. All the laws of footwork explained for the drive are theoretically the same in volleying. In practice you seldom have time to change your feet to a set position, so you obviate trouble by throwing the weight on the foot nearest to the ball and pushing it in the shot.

Volleys are of two classes: (1) the low volley, made from below the waist; and (2) the high volley, from the waist to the head. In contradistinction to the hitting plane classification are the two styles known as (1) the deep volley and (2) the stop volley.

All low volleys are blocked. High volleys may be either blocked or hit. Volleys should never be stroked. There is no follow through on a low volley and very little on a high one.

You will hear much talk of "chop" volleys. A chop stroke is one where the racquet travels from above the line of flight of the ball adidas yeezy boost 350 belgique , down and through it, and the angle made behind the racquet is greater than 45 degrees, and many approach 90 degrees. Therefore I say that no volleys should be chopped, for the tendency is to pop the ball up in the air off any chop. Slice volleys if you want to, or hit them flat, for both these shots are made at a very small angle to the flight-line of the ball, the racquet face travelling almost along its plane.

In all volleys, high or low adidas campus 80s femme , the wrist should be locked and absolutely stiff. It should always be below the racquet head, thus bracing the racquet against the impact of the ball. Allow the force of the incoming shot, plus your own weight, to return the ball, and do not strive to "wrist" it over. The tilted racquet face will give any required angle to the return by glancing the ball off the strings, so no wrist turn is needed.

Low volleys can never be hit hard, and owing to the height of the net should usually be sharply angled, to allow distance for the rise. Any ball met at a higher plane than the top of the net may be hit hard. The stroke should be crisp adidas ultra boost femme pas cher , snappy, and decisive, but it should stop as it meets the ball. The follow through should be very small. Most low volleys should be soft and short. Most high volleys require spe.
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