Posted on

Mike Mularkey focused on Colts, not permanent job

cheap jerseys us

Tennessee Titans Jerseys interim head coach Mike Mularkey isn’t fretting what’s in store for him through the team’s season finale on Sunday. He’s focused on the Tennessee’s matchup with its AFC South rival, the Indianapolis Colts Jerseys.

cheap jersey leggings

“I’m worried about the Colts right now,” Mularkey said per the Tennessean. “Maybe by Saturday, when (the game plan) is in place, you wonder … but we’ll know when this is over with next week.”

super-saturday-nfl-shop-clearance

cheap jersey live tickets

Mularkey was named the interim head coach following the termination of Ken Whisenhunt on November 3 — five days cheap jerseys us before a Week 9 matchup with New Orleans wholesale jerseys. Whisenhunt’s dismissal was untimely and awkward for the Titans. As Mularkey notes, it was not a seamless transition.

cheap jersey limited store

“It was a difficult situation for a lot of people,” he said. “When it all went down, there just wasn’t room for change in a lot of areas, based on where we were Tuesday, getting ready to play a game on Sunday. You’re not changing personnel, you’re not changing scheme. It is what it is. This is the way we have to move forward. For the most part, I think there’s been some progress made.”

The Titans currently stand at 3-12 — two of those three wins were under Mularkey’s reign (Week 9, 13).

Mularkey said Monday that more time at the helm would be ideal cheap nfl jerseys.

“I think anybody would tell you yes on that,” he said. “If you had an opportunity to have a year, an offseason, from start to finish, it certainly helps. I’m not sure that one year is enough.”

Mularkey confirmed that he has not discussed his future (or that of his coaching staff) with general manager Ruston Webster.

Posted on

Espinosa, Nationals pound Bartolo Colon, Mets

cheap wholesale jerseys

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Nationals top prospect Lucas Giolito threw two scoreless innings and his team pounded Mets starter Bartolo Colon Jerseys in Friday night’s 12-7 win at Tradition Field.

cheap jersey knit maxi skirt

Giolito allowed one hit, walked one and struck out one. He threw 26 pitches, 16 for strikes.

cyber-monday-mlb-shop-discount-code

cheap jersey locker

The hit allowed was a single to Mets captain David Wright Jerseys, who went 2-for-3 in his first game of cheap wholesale jerseys the Grapefruit League season. cheap wholesale jerseys The third baseman said keeping his back loose is a little easier in the Florida weather. “The back felt good today,” Wright said. “We’ll see how it feels tomorrow.”

cheap jersey lettering

Giolito was staked to a 5-0 lead in the first inning. Nationals shortstop Danny Espinosa highlighted the explosion with a three-run homer.

Colon was hit hard over five innings, allowing eight runs on nine hits (three homers). But he took it in stride afterward, saying he is working to improve his stuff. “I’m not going to change anything,” Colon said. “I’ll work on my breaking stuff. That’s what Spring Training is for.”

He gave up hits to the first four batters he faced. After a leadoff single from Michael Taylor, Daniel Murphy Jerseys and Stephen Drew followed with RBI doubles. Ryan Zimmerman then singled, setting the stage for Espinosa’s blast over the right-field fence.

Taylor made it 6-0 in the second inning with a one-out homer to right field. Taylor’s solo homer WSH@NYM: Taylor rips an opposite-field homer in 2nd3/18/16: Michael Taylor hits an opposite-field home run to right field in the 2nd inning, padding the Nationals’ early lead

The Mets sliced the lead to 6-2 in the third inning on a solo homer by Juan Lagares and an RBI double from Yoenis Cespedes, chasing home Wright from first base wholesale jerseys.

Back-to-back fourth-inning doubles by Reed Johnson and Jose Lobaton increased the Nationals’ lead to 7-2 before Chris Heisey Jerseys added a solo homer in the fifth.

The Nationals piled on with four more in the sixth inning for a 12-2 lead before T.J. Rivera answered with a solo homer in the bottom of the sixth. Lagares’ solo homer WSH@NYM: Lagares launches a solo shot in the 3rd3/18/16: Juan Lagares blasts a solo homer, his first of the spring, to left field in the bottom of the 3rd inning

Michael Conforto’s grand slam with two outs in the ninth capped the offensive showcase.

Up next for the Nationals: Joe Ross will take the mound for his fourth Grapefruit League outing on Saturday when the Nationals face the Mets again, this time at Space Coast Stadium in Viera at 1:05 p.m. ET (watch live on MLB.TV). Ross, who is scheduled to throw five innings or 80 pitches, will be joined by most of the Nationals regulars, including Bryce Harper, Ben Revere and Anthony Rendon.

Up next for the Mets: Watch on MLB.TV at 1:05 p.m. ET on Saturday when Matt Harvey Jerseys makes the start against the Nationals. “The Dark Knight” has been lights out in two starts this spring (1-0, 1.29 ERA), including his last outing, a four-inning stint vs. the Marlins where he struck out four and allowed just one hit. He was recently named the Mets’ Opening Day starter.

Glenn Sattell is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs. Share This Email Print + Hide Comments

Posted on

Tailgating a highlight for Classic fans at Gillette

cheap world cup jerseys

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Fans of the Montreal Canadiens Jerseys and Boston Bruins Jerseys were out in full force hours before the 2016 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic, firing up their grills and tossing the football to create a party atmosphere in the Gillette Stadium parking lot.

nhl-shop-clearance

cheap jersey kits

Inside and out, the home of the NFL’s New England Patriots Jerseys was taken over by hockey fans and their passion for the game. Though the majority of fans were from the Boston area, many Canadiens fans made the trip from Montreal to revel in the excitement and take some lighthearted ribbing from the Boston faithful.

cheap jersey knit sheet sets

“Bruins fans have been great,” said George Tsopeis of Montreal, who left home at 4 a.m. to make it to the game. “Some friendly jabs and some good lucks. It was really nice. It’s my first time experiencing this. For a Montrealer to watch a Bruins game in this venue, it’s beyond description.”

cheap jersey knit scarves

Sebastian Cote of Montreal, J.D. Beaudoin (a native of Drummondville, Quebec now living in New Haven, Conn.) and Hubert Prodencher of Saint-Ferdinand, Quebec were tailgating since 9:30 a.m. while their wives were shopping. Though they’ve been to their share of games at Bell Centre, the outdoor experience brought back childhood memories.

“It’s our first time in a stadium like that and it’s amazing,” Cote said. “Just the cheap world cup jerseys size of the stadium right now is quite amazing. And to be outside, to have the feeling that it’s old-school going back when we were kids playing at the ice rink or our neighborhood … and tailgating in Canada is not that big, so it’s pretty nice to be able to experience that with hockey.”

Lou Charello of North Providence, R.I., was among a group of 20 in Lot 22 enjoying sizzling steaks, burgers, smoked sausage, cold beer and homemade blonde brownies. Charello was a Patriots season ticket holder before trading them for Bruins tickets. Even when he was at Gillette Stadium for football, he could tell how much the Bruins mean to the region.

“Even when you come here for an early-season Patriots game, you see a lot of Bruins jerseys in the parking lot,” Charello said. “They’re football fans, but they’re Bruins fans.

“This is the first time I’ve tailgated for hockey and it’s about the same [as football], the same enthusiasm.”

Elsewhere, 7-year-old Cormac Cunningham was playing hockey with friends and about to see his first NHL game. Cormac said his favorite players are Bruins forwards Patrice Bergeron Jerseys and Seth Griffth, who signed a stick Cormac received for Christmas.

Living in Cumberland, R.I., a 15-minute drive to Foxborough wholesale jerseys, Cormac’s father, Mark, grew up a fan of the Hartford Whalers Jerseys and played hockey through high school before going to college on a golf scholarship. He coaches hockey at Bishop Feehan High School in Attelboro, Mass., and youth hockey with Bruce Berard, the brother of retired NHL player Bryan Berard.

“I’ve played all my life and my son plays, and just to share this experience with him …,” Cunningham said. “For me, wearing a Bruins hat is almost like wearing a Yankees hat. You can never take hockey out of my blood. It’s always a part of me.”

While the sounds of live music pulsated from cheap world cup jerseys nearby Spectator Plaza, which hosted 90,000 square feet of interactive hockey-themed attractions, three Bruins fans were polishing off their drinks before heading into the stadium and weren’t shy about expressing their pride for their team and their city.

“The hockey vibe in this town in unprecedented,” said Ian Baker of Dorchester, Mass. “There are no better fans in the country.”

The passion was obvious during pregame.

“Beers, tailgating, the fun times are flowing,” said Joe Kane of West Roxbury, Mass.