Bae Of The Day: Torrei Hart Is Too Damn Fine For Kevin Hart’s Shenanigans In The First Place

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Torrei Hart Is Bae

Everyone is focusing on Kevin Hart and his cheating ways with his current wife, Eniko Hart. It seems like everyone seems to forget that Torrei was too damn good and fine to get cheated on her damn self. And ever since they split she’s only served to get finer and finer. Now Kevin is looking even dumber and dumber.

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So let’s look at how damn fine Torrei has been and continues to be…


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Panthers place Olsen on IR with broken right foot

The Carolina Panthers officially placed tight end Greg Olsen on injured reserve Tuesday after he underwent surgery on a broken right foot.

The designation ensures the veteran will be sidelined for at least eight weeks before he can return.

Olsen suffered a Jones fracture, breaking the fifth metatarsal on his right foot. Repairing the injury required inserting a screw into his foot.

“The only thing that he has to do now is heal,” team trainer Ryan Vermillion said.

Olsen suffered the injury in a 9-3 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.

Quarterback Cam Newton will be without his top target from a year ago, when Olsen led the team with 80 receptions and 1,073 yards, and added three touchdowns.

Eight-year pro Ed Dickson will see more work as a result.

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Good Samaritan Gives Family That Just Lost Home In Hurricane Harvey A Place To Live

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Woman Lets Harvey Victims Move Into Her On-The-Market House

San Antonio college student Georgina Mompiere  and her family had their home in Friendswood, Texas destroyed by Hurricane Harvey. Her mother and brother were in the home and had to wait in an attic until they were able to be rescued.

Mompiere’s mother and brother later settled into a shelter at a church in Houston, and there her mother struck up a conversation with a woman named Jaqueta Veltz, the two women knew from the choir. They discussed Hurricane Harvey, and Mompiere explained how they lost their home and belongings. Veltz immediately offered to let their family move into the a home she had just placed on the market.

Mompiere said about the good samaritan: “[She] said they could move in ASAP…like, the next day. She’s not rushing my mom on any deposits or rent. She wants my mom to get settled first. She even bought my brother a bedroom set.” Jaqueta was even kind enough to leave some of the furniture behind so that the house could feel like a home after everything the family had been through.

Preciousness!


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Chiefs place Nelson on IR following core muscle injury

The Kansas City Chiefs' secondary got a bit thinner Sunday, as the team placed starting cornerback Steven Nelson on injured reserve/designated to return with a core muscle injury, according to BJ Kissel of Chiefs.com.

The earliest return from this type of injury is six weeks, according to Kissel, meaning Nelson is likely to miss a solid chunk of the season.

The 24-year-old made 15 starts last season, recording a combined 65 tackles along with 16 pass deflections.

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Redskins officially place Su’a Cravens on exempt/left squad list

It seems Su'a Cravens won't be appearing for the Washington Redskins anytime soon, as the club announced Sunday that he's on the exempt/left squad list heading in to the season.

The news comes just hours after a report broke that the standout safety contemplated retirement as recently as this weekend.

According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, the designation means that the former USC star will have five days to return to the team following notice regarding consequences of not returning. Should he not return in that time period, he will be ruled out for the season.

“It’s shocking, but it is what it is,” safety D.J. Swearinger told Mike Jones of the Washington Post about the news. “He’s got to handle what he needs to handle, whether it’s mental, whether it’s family. We’re here to support him, but that’s something tough. I’m not in those shoes so I can’t speak on it. I’m praying for him and hope he’ll be back.”

Cravens is currently rehabbing from knee surgery, but was expected to return to practice this week.

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Have A Migraine Headache – Place A Banana Peel On Your Forehead For An Incredible Effect

More than 47 million Americans suffer or have suffered from migraines. Migraines can cause a severe throbbing or pulsing pain/sensation which can last anywhere from hours to days.  Many choose to take painkillers to help subside the pain, but a doctor by the name of Fayyaz Ahmed, says taking painkillers on a regular basis can […]
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Rosenthal’s season ends as Cardinals place him on 60-day DL

Trevor Rosenthal‘s season is over.

The St. Louis Cardinals closer was moved to the 60-day disabled list Wednesday, the team announced.

Rosenthal was placed on the 10-day DL last week with right elbow irritation and recently consulted Dr. Neal ElAttrache for a second opinion on the injury, according to Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com.

ElAttrache is a notable Tommy John surgeon.

Rosenthal, 27, had been closing games for the Cardinals since taking over the job in mid-July from Seung Hwan Oh.

Across 50 games, the right-hander converted 11-of-13 saves while posting a 3.40 ERA and a rate of 14.3 strikeouts per nine innings.

Over the course of his six seasons in the majors, Rosenthal has 121 saves to his credit.

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Indians place Miller, Salazar on DL

The Cleveland Indians' red-hot pitching staff suffered two major blows Tuesday, with All-Star reliever Andrew Miller and right-hander Danny Salazar both landing on the 10-day disabled list.

Miller, who had just returned from the disabled list Friday after missing more than two weeks with patella tendinitis, aggravated his knee injury during Monday's 5-4 win over the Boston Red Sox, while Salazar has been sidelined due to inflammation in his right elbow, the team announced.

In a pair of corresponding moves, the Indians recalled right-hander Shawn Armstrong and third baseman Yandy Diaz from Triple-A Columbus.

Miller, a two-time All-Star, has dominated once again this season, authoring a 1.65 ERA and 0.79 WHIP across 48 appearances while limiting opponents to a career-best .139 batting average. Still, the Indians' bullpen didn't suffer at all during his previous stint on the DL, as their relief corps owns a combined 2.27 ERA over the last two weeks, the third best-mark in the American League during that span.

Salazar, meanwhile, had been cruising of late until his most recent start, posting a 1.39 ERA and 38 percent strikeout rate over his previous five outings before taking the mound Sunday in Kansas City. Against the Royals, the 27-year-old imploded, allowing a season-high six earned runs on 12 hits and lasting just 4 2/3 innings in a 7-4 loss.

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Mariners place King Felix on 10-day DL with right biceps tendinitis

The Seattle Mariners have placed Felix Hernandez on the 10-day disabled list retroactive to Aug. 2 with biceps tendinitis in his right throwing arm.

Hernandez last pitched on July 31 against the Texas Rangers, during which the right-hander allowed four runs on six hits and three walks.

King Felix has already spent time on the disabled list in 2017, missing nearly two months with shoulder bursitis. Since coming back from that injury, the 31-year-old has posted a 4.02 ERA and 5.32 FIP over eight starts – struggling in his last two outings in particular.

In a corresponding move, the Mariners have recalled left-handed pitcher Marco Gonzales.

The Mariners acquired Gonzales ahead of the trade deadline from the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for Tyler O’Neill.

The 25-year-old starter has made seven career starts in the big leagues and has a 5.53 ERA and 5.72 FIP. In a pair of starts with the Mariners’ Triple-A affiliate, Gonzales has a 4.50 ERA and 3.76 FIP.

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Indians place Miller on DL with knee tendinitis

The Cleveland Indians' biggest strength took a major hit Wednesday when the team placed left-hander reliever Andrew Miller on the 10-day disabled list because of patella tendinitis in his right knee, the team announced.

“It’s something Andrew has been battling for the last month,” team president Chris Antonetti said, according to MLB Network.

“It just got to the point where, given his workload and volume that he pitches, it’s been tough for him to get through. Rather than ask him to continue to pitch through it, we went to Andrew and thought this made the most sense. We can get it behind us and have him strong for the balance of the season, rather than have him continue to compensate for it.”

Miller, 32, is in the midst of another fine season, posting a 1.67 ERA and a strikeout rate of 13 per nine innings in 46 appearances for the Indians.

The two-time All-Star has worked a total of 147 2/3 innings – including the playoffs – across the last two seasons and hasn’t posted an ERA above 2.64 since 2013 with the Boston Red Sox.

Over the course of his career, he owns a 4.02 ERA and 1.34 WHIP across 12 big-league seasons, although he’s enjoyed most of his success as a reliever.

Cleveland is in a tight race atop the American League Central, leading the Kansas City Royals by two games.

In a corresponding move, the Indians recalled right-hander Adam Plutko from Triple-A Columbus.

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