Episcopales que enfrentan la lección más difícil: el perdón

first_img Cathedral Dean Boise, ID An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Rector Martinsville, VA Press Release Service New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Rector Knoxville, TN Episcopales que enfrentan la lección más difícil: el perdón Director of Music Morristown, NJ Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Rector Tampa, FL This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 Rector Belleville, IL Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Submit a Job Listing Rector Hopkinsville, KY Featured Jobs & Calls The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Associate Rector Columbus, GA Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Youth Minister Lorton, VA Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Rector Shreveport, LA Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR Rector Collierville, TN TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Rector Washington, DC Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Rector Smithfield, NC Featured Events Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Rector Albany, NY [Episcopal News Service] Entonces se le acercó Pedro y le dijo: Señor, ¿cuántas veces perdonaré a mi hermano que peque contra mí? ¿Hasta siete? Jesús le dijo: No te digo hasta siete, sino aun hasta setenta veces siete”. Mateo 18:21-22.Al menos el 90 por ciento de la labor de consejería de la psicóloga Ona Graham con individuos y familias conlleva el asistir a aquellos a los que anima el resentimiento y guardan rencores… enseñarles a las personas a identificar donde guardan la ira y el odio” y buscar y extender el perdón.“La ira es una capa que nos envuelve y que nos separa de Dios. Le digo a la gente que ser rencoroso es como beber veneno y esperar que otro muera. Eso no es lo que Dios quiere para uno”, afirmó Graham, feligresa de la iglesia episcopal de San Nicolás [St. Nicholas Episcopal Church] en Hamilton, Georgia.Richard Blackburn, director ejecutivo del Centro Menonita por la Paz en Lombard con sede en [la ciudad de] Lombard, Illinois, dijo que la creciente ansiedad social repercute en las familias y las congregaciones. Pequeños malentendidos pueden convertirse aceleradamente en un conflicto eclesial crónico y afectar a las congregaciones e incluso la vida diocesana.“El perdón es fundamental si vamos a ser capaces de transcender el conflicto y concentrarnos en la misión y en el propósito que tenemos como Iglesia”, afirmó Blackburn, en una entrevista con Episcopal News Service. Él calcula que dedica aproximadamente unos 180 días al año a enseñar sobre los conflictos o a mediar en disputas con una amplia variedad de grupos religiosos, entre ellos los episcopales.“Parte de los efectos de la ansiedad crónica… es que las personas parecen cada vez menos capaces de mirarse a sí mismas y de reconocer su parte en el desarrollo del conflicto”, dijo Blackburn. “La gente se aferra a su versión de la culpa y no puede ni siquiera ver su propia parte. Esa es la clave para perdonar: todas las partes dispuestas a mirarse a sí mismas y a reconocer que dondequiera que existe un conflicto de relaciones todos tienen un papel en él”.Ayuda también, agregó, a inculcar una cultura de perdón, reconciliación y conciencia de la omnipresente gracia de Dios que a todos nos es dada.Perdonarse a sí mismo y cultivar la transformaciónHace aproximadamente cuatro décadas, Jon Bruno, el obispo de Los Ángeles, mató a un hombre de un disparó, algo que él recuerda todos los días.Antes de ser ordenado sacerdote y obispo, era agente secreto de la policía en Burbank, California, y tuvo que tomar una decisión instantánea para salvar la vida de otro policía que lo acompañaba.Un sospechoso les había comenzado a disparar, contó Bruno a ENS recientemente. “Hizo un disparo que vino a dar en el poste que estaba a mi lado”, recordaba él. “Mi compañero se levantó con una linterna en la mano y lo alumbró, lo cual no se supone que uno haga. El hombre se volvió y levantó el brazo para disparar y yo le tiré”.El sospechoso era alguien a quien había llegado a conocer durante una investigación encubierta, dijo Bruno. “Me había invitado a su casa y yo había hecho cabalgar a sus niños en mis rodillas…Le disparé con una escopeta de dos cañones y murió en el acto. Durante mucho tiempo me despertaba todas las noches soñando con lo que había ocurrido. Resultaba muy doloroso revivir eso todas las noches de mi vida”.Una investigación y la encuesta del médico forense exculpó a Bruno de cualquier delito, pero no fue hasta que buscó ayuda de un sacerdote episcopal que pudo comenzar un proceso de perdón que finalmente habría de transformarlo.“Me dio la absolución después de hacer la Reconciliación de un penitente en el Libro de Oración”, recordaba Bruno. “Yo había creído que teníamos que sufrir las razonables consecuencias de nuestras acciones. Estaba convencido de haber cometido un pecado contra Dios. En ese tiempo, pensaba, ¿qué es esto, qué me va a librar de esto? Pero esa noche volví a casa y dormí apaciblemente”.Eso condujo a la transformación. “Cambió mi actitud respecto a lo que era el perdón, que sale del corazón y de la mente así como de la presencia de lo santo, todo en paralelo al mismo tiempo, y he estado dispuesto a perdonar a la gente desde entonces”.Ahora, “siempre que oigo de un policía involucrado en un tiroteo, oro por esa gente”, agregó Bruno. “Durante años, he sido capellán del departamento de policía aquí en Los Ángeles, y trabajo con tipos que han matado a personas. Y lo que les digo es, debes perdonar a esa persona para que puedas perdonarte, porque el pecado de la ira es tan malo como el de segar una vida.“Te arranca de tu centro. No te deja ser plenamente humano, no te deja ser un verdadero seguidor de Dios”.Maryland: una tragedia que se tornó transformadora.Frank Kohn dijo que no tuvo que esforzarse para perdonar al asesino de su hermana, tan sólo recordar como ella había vivido.Su hermana, la Rda. Mary-Marguerite Kohn, co-rectora de la iglesia episcopal de San Pedro [St. Peter’s Episcopal Church] en Ellicott City, Maryland, fue herida de muerte en un incidente ocurrido en mayo de 2012 que tuvo amplia divulgación. También murieron [en el mismo incidente] Brenda Brewington, administradora de la parroquia, y Douglas Jones [el autor de los hechos] que volvió el arma contra sí mismo”.“Al parecer, él visitaba con frecuencia la despensa de la iglesia y nadie sabe lo que realmente sucedió porque no sobrevivieron testigos”, dijo Kohn a ENS.“Obviamente, yo no conocía a esta persona y en verdad estaba enojado con alguien que le había hecho algo así a mi familia y que había afectado mi vida de esa forma, pero estoy seguro de que no es la manera en que mi hermana se hubiera enfrentado con esto”, afirmó él. “Ella habría entendido la situación en que él estaba”.Su hermana era siete años mayor que él. Había dedicado su vida a ministrar a los marginados y a las víctimas de traumas, dijo Kohn, de 57 años, que es fitopatólogo. Cuando se produjo la agresión, él inmediatamente salió de su casa en San Luis para Baltimore donde “el apoyo de toda la parroquia y la comunidad me arroparon, y fueron extraordinarios. Como resultado he terminado haciéndome muy buen amigo de algunos de sus amigos más cercanos”.Más de un mes después del funeral, en otro viaje a Baltimore, también conoció a miembros de la familia de Jones en un momento transformacional. “Ellos alquilaban una casa contigua a la propiedad de la iglesia. Esa puede haber sido la razón de que este tipo estuviera rondando por allí. De manera que la parroquia y esta familia se conocían bien”, apuntó Kohn.“Enseguida resultaba evidente por cuánto sufrimiento estaba atravesando esta familia por lo que había sucedido”, dijo él. Ciertamente, eran víctimas y no tenían nada que ver con lo que su hermano y cuñado había hecho”.El perdón fue inmediato, contó Kohn. “Digo que yo no creo que ellos hubieran hecho algo por lo cual ser perdonados, pero resultaba obvio que era como quitarles un gran peso de encima. También tuve la oportunidad de expresarles mi condolencia y mi comprensión por lo que estaban pasando”.El Rdo. Tom Slawson, vicario de San Pedro, dijo que la iglesia renovó el lugar donde se produjo la agresión, extendiendo la capilla que ya ha sido dedicada para conmemorar allí el ministerio de Kohn.Los hechos también suscitaron “una especie de arrepentimiento colectivo” entre los miembros de la congregación que antes habían tenido algún conflicto.Eugene Sutton, el obispo de Maryland, dijo que toda la comunidad diocesana se había concentrado en cultivar el espíritu de perdón y reconciliación. “El hecho cierto es que la Iglesia anuncia constantemente que el reino ha venido con un espíritu de reconciliación, de compasión, de perdón, de justicia y de paz, y nadie más dice eso. La Iglesia es la institución que nos va a llevar allí”, recalcó Sutton.Perdón a cortos pasosSutton y otras personas dicen que la Iglesia tiene una posición privilegiada para ayudar a la sociedad a avanzar hacia el perdón, afirmó también Sutton.“La Iglesia es el único lugar que dice eso en todos los oficios eucarísticos, a quien se sienta junto a ti o tu alrededor, le deseas las bendiciones y la paz de Dios… que estoy reconciliándome contigo y debo hacerlo porque Dios me ha perdonado y no puedo acercarme a la mesa del Señor para que él me alimente si no trato de ser bueno con los que me hicieron mal.“Todos nos hemos portado mal con el Señor y él aún nos acoge”, añadió Sutton.El Rdo. Jeff Jackson, rector de la iglesia de San Nicolás [St. Nicholas] en Hamilton, cerca de Atlanta, dijo que el rito de la reconciliación es otra “forma maravillosa de enseñar el perdón”.“La Iglesia Episcopal tiene una estupenda tradición, el don que Dios le ha dado a los sacerdotes de poder escuchar [el arrepentimiento] y de pronunciar ese perdón, esa absolución, y eso nos permite oír tangiblemente las palabras que Dios de manera intangible nos dice todo el tiempo, que nos perdona y nos ama y nos restaurará”.Graham, la neuropsicóloga, ofrece una receta para aprender a perdonar:Renunciar a la venganzaRefrenarse o “dejar de pulsar el botón de respuesta”.Librarse de la iraOlvidar el dolor asociado con ella “aprender la lección que te está reservada”.“Si estás enojado con alguien”, dijo ella, “durante las próximas dos semanas pídele a Dios que le dé a esa persona todo lo que quieres en tu vida y yo te garantizo que, al cabo de las dos semanas, verás a esa persona de manera diferente.“Empezarás a ver a esa persona desde el punto de vista de Dios y entonces tendrás libertad de espíritu”.–La Rda. Pat McCaughan es corresponsal de Episcopal News Service. Traducción de Vicente Echerri. 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9 money habits to master before your 30s

first_imgYou know how the saying goes: Bad habits are hard to break. But sometimes it’s even harder to create good habits — especially good money habits.Roughly one in three millennials surveyed by Bank of America and USA Today said their parents did not teach them good financial habits at home. Similarly, only 19 states in the U.S. require schools to offer personal finance courses, according to the Council for Economic Education.With rising student loan debts, millennials are struggling to put money away for retirement — or at all. The key to taking control of your finances, however, is to start young. Here are nine essential money habits you should master by your 30s.1. Create and Stick to a BudgetWithout a budget, you can’t take control of your finances. A proper budget tells you where you want your money to go — not where you’ve already spent it, said P.J. Walsh, a certified financial planner at Walsh Financial Planning. continue reading » 62SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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first_img Associated Press — Marketa Vondrousova, the 2019 French Open runner-up and who is seeded 12th in New York, beat Greet Minnen 6-1, 6-4.In Open news:— A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that seven players have been put in what one described as a “bubble in the bubble” as the U.S. Open starts because they were in contact with Benoit Paire. He is the French player who was dropped from the field after testing positive for the coronavirus. NEW YORK (AP) — Miguel Rojas hit a tiebreaking RBI single during Miami’s four-run sixth inning against Jacob deGrom, and the Marlins beat the New York Mets 5-3. Garrett Cooper and Brian Anderson homered for Miami, which had dropped four in a row. Trevor Rogers pitched five effective innings for his first major league win, and Brandon Kintzler worked the ninth for his seventh save. Marlins second baseman Jonathan Villar made a diving catch in shallow center to rob the Mets of a run in the fifth, and then was replaced by a pinch hitter in the sixth. In other Monday action:— Wil Myers homered and Garrett Richards led a committee of pitchers that scattered seven hits as the San Diego Padres beat the Colorado Rockies 6-0 Monday night. Fernando Tatis Jr. hit a two-run triple, Eric Hosmer had an RBI double and Jurickson Profar delivered an RBI single among his three hits, helping the Padres take three of four in the series. It was San Diego’s fifth shutout in Denver and first since April 12, 2017.— Luis Robert hit a tying homer in the seventh inning and the go-ahead double in the ninth, and the Chicago White Sox rallied to beat the skidding Minnesota Twins 8-5. The White Sox are in sole possession of first place in the AL Central for the first time this season, ahead of Cleveland and Minnesota. In other trade activity ahead of the deadline:— The Oakland Athletics have acquired Mike Minor in a trade with the Texas Rangers, adding another piece to their rotation. Minor has struggled this year, going 0-5 with a 5.60 ERA with Texas, but he went 14-10 with a 3.59 ERA in 32 starts last season. — Toronto has acquired left-hander Robbie Ray in a trade with the Arizona Diamondbacks, giving the Blue Jays a former All-Star who has struggled so far in 2020. The Diamondbacks got lefty Travis Bergen in the deal. Toronto also received cash considerations as part of the trade. — The Philadelphia Phillies have acquired right-hander David Phelps from the Milwaukee Brewers before Monday’s trade deadline.Phelps is the fourth reliever to join the Phillies in a trade in 10 days. They got Brandon Workman and Heath Hembree from the Red Sox and David Hale from the Yankees on Aug. 21. —The San Francisco Giants acquired left-hander Anthony Banda from the Tampa Bay Rays for cash, adding depth to their bullpen. Banda went 1-0 with a 10.29 ERA in four outings with one save over seven innings for the Rays before being designated for assignment. NBA-MOST IMPROVED PLAYER-INGRAMPelicans’ Brandon Ingram named NBA most improved playerNEW ORLEANS (AP) — Pelicans forward Brandon Ingram has been named the NBA’s most improved player in a season that saw him bounce back from a life-altering blood clot and a trade from the team that drafted him second-overall in 2016.Ingram, who came to New Orleans as part of a block-buster trade that sent Anthony Davis to the Los Angeles Lakers, averaged a team-leading and career-best 23.8 points per game while hitting 46.3% of his shots. He also became an NBA All-Star for the first time. Ingram received 42 first-place votes from a global panel of 100 sportswriters and broadcasters and earned 326 total points. HIngram credits former Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry for his success. —The Chicago Cubs acquired veteran outfielder Cameron Maybin and two left-handed relievers in three trades. The NL Central leaders sent minor league infielder Zack Short to Detroit for Maybin, who is batting .244 with a homer and two RBIs in 14 games this year. The Cubs got Chafin and a cash consideration from Arizona for a player to be named or cash. Osich was acquired in a deal with Boston for a player to be named or cash. —The Los Angeles Dodgers have traded right-hander Ross Stripling to the Toronto Blue Jays for two players to be named. The Blue Jays have dramatically bolstered their pitching staff at the deadline with the additions of Stripling, Robbie Ray and Taijuan Walker. Stripling is 3-1 with a 5.61 ERA in seven starts this season for Los Angeles. —The New York Mets acquired infielder Todd Frazier and catcher Robinson Chirinos from the Texas Rangers. Texas receives two players to be named. New York also receives cash in the deal involving Chirinos. The Mets also acquired Baltimore right-hander Miguel Castro for minor league left-hander Kevin Smith and a player to be named or cash. New York is bringing Frazier back after he hit 39 home runs for the Mets over two seasons in 2018 and 2019. He hit .241 with two homers in 31 games for Texas this year.—The Colorado Rockies added outfield depth by acquiring Kevin Pillar from Boston in a trade-deadline deal. The Red Sox received a player to be named or cash and international amateur signing bonus pool space as part of the deal. MLB-ATHLETICS-MARINERS End zones to carry social justice messagesUNDATED (AP) — NFL end zones will be inscribed this season with two slogans: “It Takes All Of Us” on one end line, “End Racism” on the other. As part of its social justice awareness initiatives, the NFL also will allow similar visuals on helmets and caps. Previously announced were decals on the back of helmets, or patches on team caps, displaying names or phrases to honor victims of racism and/or police brutality. Now, a T-shirt designed by NFL Players Association executive committee member Michael Thomas, a safety with the Houston Texans, can be worn in warmups. In other NFL news:— The NFL has taken over the independent investigation into workplace conduct within the Washington Football Team. Owner Dan Snyder said he and his wife, Tanya, suggested to Commissioner Roger Goodell the NFL assume full oversight of the review. The Washington Post reported last month about 15 female former employees saying they were sexually harassed during their time with the team. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNBA PLAYOFFS-BUCKSButler scores 40, Heat top Bucks 115-104 for 1-0 series leadLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — Jimmy Butler scored a playoff career-high 40 points, Goran Dragic added 27 and the Miami Heat clamped down defensively in the final three quarters to beat the Milwaukee Bucks 115-104 in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series on Monday night. Bam Adebayo had 12 points, 17 rebounds and six assists for the fifth-seeded Heat, who are 3-1 overall against the top-seeded Bucks this season. Khris Middleton scored 28 points for Milwaukee, which also dropped Game 1 of its first-round series against Orlando. Brook Lopez had 24 points on 8 for 10 shooting, and Giannis Antetokounmpo had 18 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists for the Bucks. In other first day Open action:— Coco Gauff is out of the U.S. Open on Day 1.Anastasija Sevastova knocked off the 16-year-old Gauff in three sets, 6-3, 5-7, 6-4. It was Gauff’s earliest exit from a Grand Slam tournament in four appearances. — — Top-seeded Karolina Pliskova has advanced in straight sets. liskova surged ahead of Anhelina Kalinina 4-1 in the opening set, lost three games in a row, then took the last eight for a 6-4, 6-0 victory. —Three-time Grand Slam champion Angelique Kerber is sticking around longer at Flushing Meadows than she did a year ago. Kerber eliminated Ajla Tomljanovic 6-4, 6-4 in a nearly empty Louis Armstrong Stadium.— No. 9 seed Diego Schwartzman blew a two-set lead and was knocked out in the first round. He led 2-0 but appeared to have problems with cramps as he lost to Cameron Norrie 3-6, 4-6, 6-2, 6-1, 7-5 in a match that took nearly 4 hours. 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Most of the individual investors who lost money in Issa’s scams were not identified in court records.MLB-SCHEDULE-MARLINS-METSRojas gets key hit in Marlins’ win More games postponed for testingSEATTLE (AP) — Major League Baseball has announced that the first two games of Oakland’s series at Seattle have been postponed to allow for additional testing and contact tracing. This, after a member of the Athletics’ organization tested positive for the coronavirus. The positive test already caused the postponement of Oakland’s game Sunday against the Houston Astros. Now games against the Mariners on Tuesday and Wednesday are being put off. The A’s are also scheduled to play at Seattle on Thursday.In other MLB news:— Cincinnati Reds outfielder Jesse Winker and manager David Bell were both suspended one game for their roles in a bench-clearing incident Saturday against the Chicago Cubs. Chicago coach Mike Borzello was also suspended one game. Winker, Bell and Borzello were also fined, and Cincinnati first baseman Joey Votto received a fine as well. Winker, Votto, center_img NHL-PLAYOFFS-BRUINS-LIGHTNINGHedman’s goal gives Lightning 3-2 win over Bruins in 2nd OTTORONTO (AP) — Victor Hedman scored with 5:50 left in the second overtime to give the Tampa Bay Lightning a 3-2 victory over the Boston Bruins and their fourth berth in the NHL’s Eastern Conference finals in six seasons on Monday night.Hedman beat goaltender Jaroslav Halak from the left circle, finishing a barrage that saw the Lightning outshoot Bruins 7-1 in the second OT. Tampa Bay improved to 5-0 in overtime games in this year’s playoffs.NHL-WIRE FRAUD SENTENCE Update on the latest sports —Three people have filed a lawsuit against New York Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker, claiming that he robbed them at gunpoint during a May cookout in Florida. The civil lawsuit filed in Broward County, Florida, seeks $100,000 in damages. Baker was charged Aug. 7 with four counts of robbery with a firearm. Prosecutors previously said Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar, who also was arrested in May, won’t be prosecuted because of insufficient evidence. TENNIS-US OPENDjokovic wins easilyNEW YORK (AP) — Top-seeded Novak Djokovic (NOH’-vak JOH’-kuh-vich) breezed past Damir Dzumhur 6-1, 6-4, 6-1 at the U.S. Open.Djokovic is the overwhelming favorite to win his fourth men’s championship and he cruised in his first-round matchup at Arthur Ashe Stadium. Djokovic pounded his chest and raised his racket in the air, keeping his celebratory routine intact even without fans in the stadium. Djokovic is 24-0 in 2020 and has won 18 of his last 19 matches overall in Grand Slam tournaments. Players association chief wants daily testingUNDATED (AP) — NFL Players Association President J.C. Tretter is pushing for daily COVID-19 testing during the regular season.The NFL has been conducting daily testing for players throughout training camp and plans to do so through Saturday. Tretter, the starting center for the Cleveland Browns, posted on the union website. “We will continue to rely on scientific data to inform our approach for combating this virus. As the science evolves, we will evolve with it.”The league has reported few positive cases in the past month, though it did have 77 false positives a week ago that resulted from contamination at the testing lab.NFL-SOCIAL JUSTICE —Tyler Glasnow flummoxed the Yankees for six innings, Ji-Man Choi and Kevin Kiermaier homered off Gerrit Cole, and the Tampa Bay Rays extended their mastery of New York with a 5-3 victory. The AL East leaders improved to 7-1 against the Yankees this season and stretched their division cushion to 4 1/2 games. —Max Fried improved to 6-0, Austin Riley had a bases-loaded triple and the NL East-leading Atlanta Braves beat the Boston Red Sox 6-3. Adam Duvall belted a homer over the Green Monster and Nick Markakis had three hits and drove in two runs for Atlanta. Alex Verdugo had three doubles for the Red Sox.—Orlando Arcia’s pinch-hit single with two outs in the eighth inning drove in the tiebreaking run as the Milwaukee Brewers slipped past the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-5 on Monday night. Josh Hader pitched a perfect ninth for his eighth save in his first appearance since walking five of the six batters he faced while trying to close out Saturday night’s game. Hader has yet to give up a hit this season. —Maikel Franco and Bubba Starling had RBI singles in the eighth inning as the Kansas City Royals rallied to beat the Cleveland Indians 2-1 in the first game of a three-game series. It was the Royals’ first win this season when trailing after seven innings. Scott Barlow picked up the win in relief for Kansas City. — Paul DeJong (deh-YUHNG’) hit his first career grand slam, helping Dakota Hudson to his first win of the season as the St. Louis Cardinals held off the Cincinnati Reds 7-5. Hudson finished with a season-high seven strikeouts and no walks. The Cardinals won their second straight after dropping four in a row. The Reds have lost three of four after winning three straight. —Spencer Howard threw five effective innings, Rhys (rees) Hoskins homered and drove in three runs and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Washington Nationals 8-6 Monday night. Juan Soto hit a pair of two-run homers and Michael Taylor and Trea Turner also went deep for the defending World Series champions, who fell to 12-20. —José Iglesias and Bryan Holaday had RBI doubles in the 11th inning for Baltimore, and Iglesias threw out the potential tying run at home plate as the Orioles salvaged a 4-3 win against the Toronto Blue Jays. Iglesias’ leadoff hit, to deep left-center field, scored Anthony Santander, who started the inning at second base. Holaday then doubled to right field to drive in Iglesias. Both hits came off Toronto reliever Anthony Bass. Lourdes Gurriel Jr. had an RBI single in the 11th to draw Toronto closer, but was thrown out at the plate.MLB-TRADESClevinger, Minor among players movingUNDATED (AP) — The San Diego Padres have acquired Mike Clevinger in a multiplayer trade with the Cleveland Indians, bolstering their rotation with another bold move ahead of baseball’s trade deadline. San Diego got Clevinger, outfielder Greg Allen and a player to be named for Cleveland for a package of young players that included outfielder Josh Naylor, right-hander Cal Quantrill and catcher Austin Hedges. COLLEGE BASKETBALL-OBIT-JOHN THOMPSONCoaching great John Thompson of Georgetown dead at 78 WASHINGTON (AP) — The sports world is reacting to the death of former Georgetown coach John Thompson. He was a Hall of Famer and the first Black coach to lead a team to the NCAA men’s basketball championship. Georgetown coach Patrick Ewing played center for Thompson on the Hoyas’ national championship team in 1984. He called Thompson a “father figure, confidant and role model’ and said his legacy will be ”everlasting.” Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim lauded Thompson as a role model for a lot of coaches, Black and white. Thompson’s family announced his death Monday but disclosed no details. He was 78.VIRUS OUTBREAK-NFL — The Jacksonville Jaguars have waived running back Leonard Fournette. It’s a stunning decision that gets the team closer to purging Tom Coughlin’s tenure. The team spent months trying to trade the fourth overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft. If Fournette clears waivers, he would become a free agent. He is due $4.17 million in salary in 2020 if someone claims him. — The Houston Texans have signed inside linebacker Zach Cunningham to a four-year, $58 million contract extension. The Texans announced the signing on Monday. The 25-year-old Cunningham was a second-round pick in 2017 and ranked second in the NFL last season with a career-high 137 tackles. —The San Francisco 49ers have placed starting middle linebacker Fred Warner on the reserve/COVID-19 list less than two weeks before the start of the season. The list is used for players who either test positive for the coronavirus or have been in close contact with an infected person. —Pittsburgh outside linebacker Bud Dupree and the Steelers failed to reach an agreement on a contract extension during the offseason, meaning Dupree will likely become a free agent next spring. The Steelers placed the franchise tag on Dupree in March after he had a career-high 11 1/2 sacks in 2019. —The Las Vegas Raiders have released veteran cornerback Prince Amukamara. Amukamara was signed as a free agent to provide a veteran presence in the secondary. He started 99 games over nine seasons with the Giants, Jacksonville and Chicago but had been surpassed in practice by rookie Damon Arnette. September 1, 2020last_img read more

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