Twins Take 3 Of 4 Games From Mariners | The Columbian

Kyle Seager, heading to the All-Star game on Tuesday, had given the Mariners a 1-0 lead with his 14th home run in the second inning. Seager has a team-leading 60 RBIs. He is hitting .352 in 45 games at Safeco Field this season. Pino survived two bases-loaded, two-out threats. In the third with a 3-2 count on Corey Hart, he threw a 79 mph changeup that Hart chased to end it. In the fifth, once again Hart came up with the bases loaded and Pino induced him to ground out weakly to first. That continued a poor offensive trend for the Mariners.
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US soldier stole equipment from armory, pawned it, agents say – U.S. – Stripes

He was released from custody, with conditions, after his father agreed to post $100,000 bond, filings state. Those conditions included surrendering his passport and continuing his active duty. According to the criminal complaint, written by anFBIspecial agent, investigators suspected that the perpetrator used a key to open the lock of a storage locker, then tried to stage a forced entry by cutting the lock with bolt cutters.
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Foreigner keeps moving with old hits, new lineup on tour with Styx – TwinCities.com

“Timeless songs that resonate with people, and the songs that still mean something to people today. “The power of a great song is pretty eternal, and I think we are beneficiaries of having great songs.” Foreigner unquestionably has great songs — nine that made the Top 10 in that decade, including the platinum hits “Double Vision,” “Jukebox Hero” and the 1984 chart-topper “I Want to Know What Love Is,” and the gold singles “Feels Like the First Time,” “Hot Blooded” and “Cold as Ice.” The group has undergone multiple personnel changes that have left it with just one original member — guitarist Mick Jones, 69, whose health problems in recent years had kept him off the road for long stretches. Original singer Lou Gramm left in 2003; current singer Kelly Hansen joined in 2005. Pilson says Jones’ health has improved and he tours with the band, though he doesn’t play every show. “His health is fine, he’s all good,” Pilson says. “It’s just not recommended that he do all the shows.
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