Local NewsBusiness Pinterest Twitter Previous articleBAE Systems to Power University of Vermont Research Vessel with Emission-Reducing Electric Power and Propulsion SystemNext articleCanalys: Global Electric Vehicle Sales up 39% in 2020 as Overall Car Market Collapses Digital AIM Web Support WhatsApp Facebook Keep Hearts Healthy This Valentine’s Day with Amazfit Smartwatches Pinterest Facebook Twitter WhatsApp TAGS IRVINE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 8, 2021– Amazfit, a global brand in the smart wearables market, is committed to connecting health with technology and is keeping hearts in mind this Valentine’s Day. Monitor heart rate and other important health metrics with an Amazfit smartwatch that matches any style and need. Whether treating yourself or your sweetheart, customers can save up to $30 off Amazfit’s latest products during the limited time Valentine’s Day Sale. 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With outstanding design and craftsmanship, Amazfit smartwatch products have won many prizes, such as the German iF Industrial Design Award and the Red Dot Design Award. Currently, Amazfit products hit the markets of more than 70 countries and regions, including the United States, Germany, and Japan. According to an IDC global wearable device market tracking report, in the first half of 2020, Amazfit watches claimed the largest share of the adult watch market in Italy, Spain, India and other regions, and were also among the top products in regions such as China, Germany, France, Russia, and Brazil. To find more details about us visit: https://us.amazfit.com/ Huami Technology, operating since 2013, is a cloud-based healthcare service provider offering the world’s leading smart wearable technologies. In February 2018, Huami Technology was listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) (stock code: HMI). 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Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error As the Dodgers get closer to the first workout of spring training on Feb. 16, we are providing a breakdown of how they stand with their roster. Today, the outfield:2016 RECAPInjuries hit the Dodgers’ outfield hard last season. Veteran Andre Ethier missed nearly the entire season with a spiral fracture in his leg suffered during spring training. Trayce Thompson and Scott Van Slyke landed on the DL for most of the season (no small factor in last season’s struggles against left-handed pitching). Yasiel Puig had his own issues, landing back in the minors for all of August. The Dodgers did acquire Josh Reddick at midseason and were fortunate Howie Kendrick handled a move to left field adequately. Also, Andrew Toles rose unexpectedly from the minor leagues to give the outfield group a jolt of energy late in the season. Joc Pederson was the lone constant, following up his 26-homer rookie season with 25 home runs and an .847 OPS (second on the team).HOW IT LOOKS RIGHT NOW Kendrick and Reddick are gone. But the Dodgers have so many options in the outfield they could start entirely different groups against right-handed (Pederson, Toles, Ethier) and left-handed pitching (Puig, Van Slyke, Thompson and Darin Ruf). For that to work, however, Puig will have to continue to accept a diminished role and reverse the downward slide of his career and Thompson will have to recover from two stress fractures in his back (which might take more time than originally anticipated).THE NEXT LAYERToles was out of baseball in 2015 and started 2016 in Class-A. But he figures to have a significant role on the 2017 Dodgers. Beyond that, blue-chip prospect Cody Bellinger could get a taste of the big leagues at some point this year — his skill set includes the unusual ability to play both first base and center field at a high defensive level — and Alex Verdugo is rising fast. Verdugo (who turns 21 in mid-May) hit .273 with a .743 OPS while playing as one of the youngest position players in the Double-A Texas League last year. He will no doubt be one of the youngest position players in Triple-A this year. Another prospect, O’Koyea Dickson, is limited defensively but not offensively. He hit .328 with 18 home runs and a .994 OPS in 101 games at Triple-A Oklahoma City last year.MOVES THEY COULD MAKEImproving their lineup against left-handed pitching was high on the Dodgers’ offseason agenda. Healthy returns from Thompson and Van Slyke would help in that area but Thompson’s back has been slow to heal. That could lead to further tinkering in the outfield landscape — but don’t hold your breath for an oft-speculated trade for Milwaukee’s Ryan Braun.
Cranes training. PHOTO FUFA MEDIAKampala, Uganda | FUFA MEDIA | Uganda Cranes Squad has been reduced to 27 players as the team continues with its preparations for the TOTAL 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) Finals in Morocco.The players have enjoyed four days of non-residential training at both Namboole stadium and Maroons Stadium where the new Head coach Sebastien Desabre took full charge since his appointment by FUFA on Thursday.The team will now head to Africa Bible University in Lubowa for residential camp at 4pm before travelling to Masaka and Rwakitura on invitation of Uganda President Yoweri Museveni.The squad will be reduced further to 23 players for the final submission to CAF by 3rd January, 2018. All training sessions starting Monday will be held at the nearby International School of Uganda (ISU), Lubowa.“It was short time for me to evaluate the players. We took preference for defensive and offensive. Those not selected will be followed at their clubs during the Championship (League). We need to focus on those going to camp so that we work on our targets before the first game against Zambia,” said Cranes coach Sebastien Desbare . The Players to enter camp are;Goalkeepers: Watenga Isma, Ochan Benjamin and Saidi KeniOther players: Wadada Nicholas, Nsubuga Joseph, Awanyi Timothy, Mujuzi Mustapha, Muwanga Bernard, Muleme Isaac, Madoi Aggrey, Kizza Mustapha, Karisa Milton, Lwesibawa Godfrey, Mucurezi Paul, Kyambadde Allan, Batte Seif, Senfuka Rahmat, Lwanga Taddeo, Kasule Abubaker, Waisswa Moses, Saddam Juma, Mutyaba Muzamir, Masiko Tom, Shaban Muhammad, Nsibambi Derrick, Senkatuka Nelson, Isiagi Daniel.*SOURCE FUFA MEDIAShare on: WhatsApp