Fantasy daily notes for May 16

Fantasy daily notes for May 16
GS: The pitcher's projected "Game Score," from Bill James' original formula, which accounts for past history (three years' worth as well as past 21 days), opponent and ballpark. A Game Score of 50 typically is typically regarded a quality start …
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A Better Cup Of Java at Eternity, Juan Valdez, and Alaska Coffee Roasting
For Ryan Hall, one of the roasters at Wynwood's Panther Coffee, opting for the better cup of coffee is a no-brainer. “For us, the challenge is to create a product that is excellent. That is complete. It's not an unfinished product that we're passing …
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Confronting Homeland Security's 'SSSS' Watch List
Whether it's been my work in Yemen, Somalia, Syria, Iran, Cuba, Afghanistan, Turkey or Pakistan (where people have overwhelmingly and enthusiastically welcomed me into their homes), my passport has landed me, post-trip, in a questioning facility for …
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USPS Photographs All Paper Mail for Law Enforcement: Daily Whistleblower News

USPS Photographs All Paper Mail for Law Enforcement: Daily Whistleblower News
The US Postal Service is digitally photographing and archiving every piece of paper mail processed in the United States under a program called the Mail Isolation Control and Tracking program, which was set up after 9/11. This information … The Prime …
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Passport business soars at Westmoreland courthouse
Tad Kelley, spokesman for the U.S. Postal Service, said a change in federal law that requires passports for all international travel has in the past created backlogs for the postal service in processing applications. The Postal Service processed about …
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Can fans trust the Tour de France?
"Cycling's had a lot of problems, but it's worked hard to correct those problems," said Garmin-Sharp team manager Jonathan Vaughters, who doped as part of Armstrong's U.S. Postal Service team in the late 1990s and then, in retirement, became one of the …
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