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The New York Mets have signed John Lannan Demaryius Thomas Jersey , but that doesn't mean they are done searching for more rotation options.
"Lannan does not necessarily preclude us from signing another starter," assistant general manager John Ricco said.
Lannan and Jenrry Mejia appear to be the primary competitors for the final rotation spot behind Bartolo Colon, Jonathon Niese, Zack Wheeler and Dillon Gee.
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The New York Yankees honored Derek Jeter on Sunday at Yankee Stadium as his Hall of Fame career winds down.
"In my opinion, I've had the greatest job in the world," Jeter told the fans in attendence.
"I've had a chance to be the shortstop for the New York Yankees -- and there is only one of those. I always felt my job was to try and provide joy and entertainment for you guys Customized Denver Broncos Jersey , but it can't compare to what you brought me. For that, thank you very much. I've loved what I've done. I love what I do. More importantly, I've loved doing it for you. From the bottom of my heart, thank you very much."
Jeter said he appreciated all the festivities from the Yankees, the fans and everyone involved.
"This is a day I'll remember forever," Jeter said.
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Albert Pujols hit a three-run home run on Tuesday evening in the first inning against the Washington Nationals to give him 499 for his career.
Pujols hit another in the fifth inning Customized Broncos Jersey , lining the ball to left-center for No. 500.
His teammates came out to home plate to congratulate him, and the fans at Nationals Park gave him a standing ovation.
He is hitting .274.337.619 with eight home runs and 19 RBIs this season for the Los Angeles Angels.
锘? Have you ever been really excited about going to a conference just to be unpleasantly surprised by the quality of the speakers?
There are some really high caliber speakers in the world, many of which charge thousands of dollars for a 1-hour keynote speech, but many of them still haven't mastered the very basics of public presentation.
Please, don't let yourself fall into these traps! But don't feel bad if you've done some of these things because even the pros slip sometimes!
1. You look awful
If I am wearing nicer clothes than you and I'm in the audience, you've got a problem. One of the very first lessons I learned about public speaking (when I was 12 years old) was that how you look matters more than what you say.
Yes Denver Broncos Hoodie , that's right. Disappointing, isn't it?
You can use all the flowery prose you like, but if you don't look well-groomed, professional and credible no one will care too much about what you have to say.
2. You forget you're wearing a clip mic
When you're wearing a clip mic, please don't look down at your shoes when you speak. You actually shouldn't be doing this anyway, but it's even more annoying when you're wearing a mic because you end up yelling Denver Broncos Jersey , spitting andor breathing heavily into it!
Also be careful that you don't hit the mic when you gesture. Finally, make sure that your jacket isn't rubbing up against it every time you move.
All of these extra noises are distractions to your audience.
3. You tell inappropriate jokes
It just amazes me in this day and age when political correctness is such a hot topic that so many people can still stand up in front of audiences and make inappropriate, sexist or just plain sexual comments to large groups of people.
Cut it out! It's not funny. It's just unprofessional.
4. Your examples don't fit the culture you're speaking to
I can't even count how many metaphors I've heard over the past few weeks referring to basketball and baseball or examples using basketball and baseball stars. If you're speaking in a country outside of the United States, use some examples that make sense to your audience. Here in Singapore you would get a lot farther talking about badminton, football (that's soccer) and cricket!
5. You think that yelling is the same as motivating
Really, it just hurts our ears. If you want to yell to make a point Jared Crick Broncos Jersey , please move your mic away from your mouth before you blow out the speakers.
6. You pace the stage
It gets very distracting watching a speaker endlessly walk back and forth across a stage. It almost makes me dizzy.
It also gives the impression that the speaker is nervous, can't stand still or is literally darting questions or issues.
Stand tall and proud (in one spot) and deliver a powerful message. Use movement when changing topics to signal a new train of thought.
7. You stand behind the lectern and read your speech
I simply couldn't believe it when not one, but THREE of the speakers I have seen lately simply stood behind their lecterns and read their speeches - word for word.
What a waste of time!
I could probably find those speeches somewhere on the internet and read through them myself, skipping the boring parts, and be done in less than half the time I spent watching them read their scripts.
8. You try to speak with your mouth closed
For those of you who have tried this, you've probably found that it's pretty hard to do. When you're standing in front of a large group of people Donald Stephenson Broncos Jersey , it is so important to enunciate your words.
Open your mouth, project your voice and speak CLEARLY. I can't stress it enough.
What's the point of giving a presentation if we can't understand what you're saying?
9. Your power point slides are illegible, and the ones we can read are littered with typos
Check, double-check and then triple check y.