Rachel Hollis’ Life Advice Will Leave You SPEECHLESS One of the Most Eye Opening Speeches Ever

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“For me, morning routine is hugely important. Meditation, exercising, prayer, journaling and writing down the dreams for my life as if they have already happening. Every day for years I did this practice, and it’s insane if you read my notes from 5 years ago.”
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Freddie Freeman, after 4 Ks, delivers walkoff hit as Braves top Mets – Reuters

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Freddie Freeman, who had struck out his first four trips to the plate, drove in the winning run with a walk-off infield single as the Atlanta Braves beat the visiting New York Mets 4-3 on Thursday.

With the bases loaded and two outs, Freeman lined a pitch from Seth Lugo (1-1) off the pitcher’s leg. The ball ricocheted to third baseman Luis Guillorme, but Freeman just beat the throw to first base, allowing Guillermo Heredia to score the winning run.

New York’s Dominic Smith had the first two-homer game of his career, the most important one coming to lead off the ninth inning against Atlanta closer Will Smith that tied the game at 3. Despite the blown save, Smith (2-5) was the winning pitcher.

The game started as a pitching duel between New York’s Jacob deGrom and Atlanta’s Ian Anderson.

DeGrom gave up five hits in the first two innings but did not permit another hit in his seven-inning stint. He retired the final 18 players he faced, including a stretch of eight straight via strikeout. It was the fourth time that he had fanned eight in a row.

DeGrom finished with 14 strikeouts – three of those against Freeman — the third time he has reached that mark this season and one short of his career high.

Anderson pitched seven innings and allowed two runs on three hits, two walks and two strikeouts.

The Mets got the first run of the game in the first inning. Francisco Lindor walked, stole second and scored on Michael Conforto’s RBI single to center.

The Braves started their rally in the bottom of the first when Ehire Adrianza tripled to right field. Adrianza, who was a late addition to the lineup when Ronald Acuna Jr. was scratched because of back soreness, was originally called out. The Braves challenged the call and it was overturned.

Adrianza scored on a one-out single by Ozzie Albies. That set up Austin Riley’s two-run home run, his 14th homer this season, that put Atlanta ahead 3-1.

The Mets cut the deficit to 3-2 in the seventh inning on Smith’s solo shot.

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Shohei Ohtani, Jacob deGrom and Other All-Star Game Picks

The venue will be different, and so will the visuals. But the All-Star Game is returning on July 13 after a one-year hiatus, giving Major League Baseball a chance to highlight all that makes it great, instead of all that drags it down.

Those competing story lines have played out in the first half against a tense backdrop of mistrust between the league and the players’ union. The sides are dealing with the looming task of negotiating a new collective bargaining agreement after the season. In actively trying to raise the game’s appeal — by stimulating action, lately through mandatory checks of pitchers for foreign substances hidden on their gloves, caps and belts — the league has acknowledged that something important is missing.

It is a paradox for M.L.B.’s marketers, and the All-Star Game should be a respite. But even this year’s host city comes with a touchy story line: In April, Commissioner Rob Manfred decided to move the game to Denver from Atlanta in response to Georgia’s new voting laws.

From a stylistic standpoint, the game will look like a callous, corporate cash grab. Instead of the traditional quirky kaleidoscope of colors on one field — with players wearing their regular jerseys, in a nod to the fans back home — the league will outfit the teams in matching antiseptic All-Star jerseys. The National League will wear white, the American League navy, and either can be yours for just $139.99.

The talent, though — well, the talent is undeniable. Whatever the league and the fans think of the product on the field, nobody questions the remarkable skill of the modern player. And as baseball encourages more offense, it picked the ideal spot in Coors Field, the mile-high home of the Colorado Rockies.

Shohei Ohtani, the two-way sensation of the Los Angeles Angels, will participate in the Home Run Derby on All-Star Monday, along with the Mets’ Pete Alonso, who won the event in Cleveland in 2019. Also participating: the Rockies’ star shortstop, Trevor Story; the Baltimore Orioles’ Trey Mancini, who missed last season as he fought colon cancer; and others. Even without Vladimir Guerrero Jr. of the Toronto Blue Jays and Fernando Tatis Jr. of the San Diego Padres, who declined, it will be quite a show.

As for the game itself, the results of the fan vote for starting position players will be announced on Thursday, with the full rosters revealed on Sunday. Each team must have 32 active players, including 12 pitchers, and every team must be represented — thankfully, that tradition remains.

Here’s how the rosters should look for the managers, Dave Roberts of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Kevin Cash of the Tampa Bay Rays. Roberts will surely pick Jacob deGrom of the Mets as the N.L. starting pitcher for the first time in deGrom’s career. If Cash has a sense of drama, he will not only make Ohtani the starting pitcher but also bat him leadoff — ensuring that two most sensational performers of the first half will match up to start the game.

At that moment, if it happens, everyone will forget about sticky stuff, labor strife and tacky uniforms, and remember what makes baseball so captivating, no matter what it does to itself.

Here are my picks for the All-Star Game Rosters (starters are in bold).

  • Ronald Acuna Jr., Braves

  • Nick Castellanos, Reds

  • Jesse Winker, Reds

  • Bryce Harper, Phillies; Tyler O’Neill, Cardinals; Bryan Reynolds, Pirates; Kyle Schwarber, Nationals

  • Jacob deGrom, Mets

  • Yu Darvish, Padres; Kevin Gausman, Giants; Josh Hader, Brewers; Kenley Jansen, Dodgers; Craig Kimbrel, Cubs; German Marquez, Rockies; Freddy Peralta, Brewers; Trevor Rogers, Marlins; Max Scherzer, Nationals; Zack Wheeler, Phillies; Brandon Woodruff, Brewers

Walker Buehler, Dodgers; Charlie Blackmon, Rockies; Corbin Burnes, Brewers; Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers; Evan Longoria, Giants (injured list); Mark Melancon, Padres; Joe Musgrove, Padres; Omar Narvaez, Brewers; Alex Reyes, Cardinals

  • Chris Bassitt, Athletics; Shane Bieber, Indians; Aroldis Chapman, Yankees; Emmanuel Clase, Indians; Gerrit Cole, Yankees; Kyle Gibson, Rangers; Liam Hendriks, White Sox; Lance Lynn, White Sox; Sean Manaea, Athletics; Casey Mize, Tigers; Ryan Pressly, Astros; Carlos Rodon, White Sox

Yordan Alvarez, Astros; Matt Barnes, Red Sox; Aaron Civale, Indians (injured list); Tyler Glasnow, Rays (injured list); Yuli Gurriel, Astros; John Means, Orioles (injured list); Whit Merrifield, Royals; Jordan Romano, Blue Jays; Jared Walsh, Angels

Update Regarding Andrade El Idolos Contract With AEW

Andrade El Idolo made his surprise debut for All Elite Wrestling during last Friday night’s edition of AEW Dynamite. In the days that followed Wrestling Inc.’s Raj Giri released an extensive report regarding the former NXT Champion’s negotiations with the Jacksonville-based promotion, as well as his discussions with both Impact Wrestling and Ring of Honor. However, on Tuesday Giri released a correction regarding the initial report, which stated that Andrade’s deal gave him a certain amount of creative control (something he demanded full control over when the two sides initially started negotiating the same week he was granted his WWE release). Giri’s correction states that Andrade’s deal has no special clause regarding creative control.

“I had noted that negotiations stalled because of Andrade’s demands, which included wanting creative control and veto power on losing. Andrade also wanted to work for other companies outside of WWE. However, I had incorrectly reported that Andrade’s final deal had some limited creative control. We are told that Andrade’s deal with AEW does not have any creative control. It was also noted that no one in AEW has creative control in their contracts, as Khan has total control over creative,” Giri wrote.

Not much was revealed about AEW’s initial plans for Andrade beyond Vickie Guerrero serving as his manager. He has already confirmed working several dates outside of the promotion, including a AAA Mega Championship Match with Kenny Omega at Lucha Libre AAA’s Triplemania event this coming August.

Omega cut a promo on Andrade after the match was confirmed, stating, “This belt? The one that represents Lucha libre, which you so proudly represent? It’s always going to be around my waist. And you should be thankful. Because not only do I represent Lucha libre, I represent all of pro wrestling and that’s not going to change anytime soon. Send your best at me, send Andrade. The dream match is going to happen. Andrade vs. Kenny Omega, TripleMania. I’ll see you there.”

AEW Stars Confirm Their Relationship, Start Trending on Twitter

All Elite Wrestling star Jungle Boy took to Twitter on Monday, posting a photo of himself kissing fellow wrestler Anna Jay outside of Daily’s Place while still in his ring gear. This was the first major confirmation that the pair were an item and within hours the tweet had more than 14,000 likes and had Jay trending on Twitter. JB wrestled in the main event of Saturday night’s special edition of AEW Dynamite, coming up short against Kenny Omega in an AEW World Championship match.

Numerous wrestlers and fans reacted to the photo, which you can see below. After being preempted off of Wednesday nights for the past month due to the NBA Playoffs, Dynamite will finally return to Wednesday nights this week with a new episode.

AEW president Tony Khan spoke with Sports Illustrated prior to Saturday’s episode, talking about the confidence he had in Jungle Boy by putting him in the main event spot.

“That was a completely real moment [at Double Or Nothing], for Christian to give his approval to Jungle Boy, it meant that much more. You can’t say enough about what Christian did,” he said. “That’s an important moment in Jungle Boy’s career.”

“He’s grown so much in his time with us, especially over the past year,” Khan added. “It’s amazing to see what MJF and Jungle Boy have done since wrestling against each other at last year’s Double or Nothing. So putting Jungle Boy in this spot was never a gamble. He’s going to come through on Saturday night.”

AEWs Tony Khan Takes a Shot at Vince Russo Over the Death of WCW

AEW president Tony Khan made it abundantly clear he’s not a fan of former WWE and WCW writer Vince Russo while appearing on Pardon My Take this week. While discussing WCW’s demise as a promotion back in 2001, Khan said (h/t Fightful), “Some of the things that went wrong for WCW were giving creative control to a lot of the wrestlers and some of the storylines were asinine. Some of the ideas were great, but it was a very disorganized show and then when they brought somebody else in from the WWF to be a writer, Vince Russo, he made it ten times worse. He took a problem…they had a massive hangnail and he just chopped off the arm. That was part of the problem.

“Then, you had another major issue, which was the management,” he continued. “Most successful wrestling companies have had one supreme commander at the top. He’s owned it, booked everything, run the place, run management. Whether it’s Vince McMahon organizing everything, Cowboy Bill Watts, Eddie Graham, Fritz Von Erich, countless others. That made sense as a business model. Strong management, WCW didn’t have, and I could provide. (I’m a) more organized booker than anyone (WCW) had.”

During Forbes‘ recent feature on the rise of AEW, Khan spoke about not wanting to be considered “the next WCW,” while also pointing out how the end of that company was what eventually led to AEW taking off as the No. 2 promotion in the country.

“I don’t want to be the next ‘blank’ wrestling company of the past — fill in the blank,” Khan said. “We love wrestling of the past, wrestling of the present and wrestling of the future… That’s what gives us a great chance to retain and gain audience share.”

“I’m glad that WCW failed because it created a vacancy for us to come in and succeed,” he later added. “But it made it a fairly bleak period for the wrestling business.”

AEW Dynamite won’t have a new episode tonight due to the ongoing NBA Playoffs, but does have a special episode lined up for Saturday night on TNT. Hangman Page will take on Powerhouse Hobbs, while Kenny Omega defends the AEW World Championship against Jungle Boy.

AEW Stacks the Card for AEW Dynamite: Road Rager in Miami

AEW officially returns to the road next week with a special edition of AEW Dynamite on July 7. Titled AEW Dynamite: Road Rager, the show will take place inside the James L. Knight Center in Miami, Florida. Six matches were confirmed for the show during this week’s Dynamite, while another was canceled due to some heelish shenanigans from “All Ego” Ethan Page.

Starting off, The Young Bucks will defend their AEW World Tag Team Championships against Eddie Kingston and Penta El Zero Miedo. Kingston & Penta defeated the Bucks in an eliminator match this week after their attempts at outside interference from Brandon Cutler wound up backfiring.

Andrade El Idolo will make his in-ring debut for the company, taking on Matt Sydal. Andrade and Vickie Guerrero had their promo interrupted last Saturday, prompting the former NXT Champion to make an example of the high-flyer.

Cody Rhodes and QT Marshall will look to wrap up the feud between The Nightmare Family and The Factory when they clash in a Strap Match.

Elsewhere on the card The Pinnacle (FTR and Wardlow) and The Inner Circle (Jake Hager, Santana and Ortiz) will meet in a six-man tag match and Orange Cassidy & Kris Statlander will take on The Bunny & The Blade in a mixed tag match.

Finally, MJF and Chris Jericho will meet face-to-face. Friedman explained in a promo this week that if Jericho wants one more one-on-one match with him, he’ll need to agree to certain stipulations (similar to what Cody Rhodes had to endure during his feud with MJF leading up to the 2020 Revolution event).

There was also supposed to be a Coffin Match between Ethan Page and Darby Allin, but Page decided to cancel it at the last second. Allin and Sting attacked Page and Scorpio Sky midway through the show, prompting Page to say he won’t fight Allin until he agrees to not attack him the week before.

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