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    really big trouble, and it was drugs. When Josh put the drugs in Billy’s bag he went up to Coach Green and said it smells like someone has drugs in here. Coach Green told everyone to head to the locker room and Coach Green had checked all their bags and he found the drugs in Billy’s bag. “ Billy why do you have drugs in your bag” said Coach Green. “ I swear I did not put those there, I don’t do drugs” Billy said truthfully. Coach Green had told Billy to leave and he did what he was told, and he left. Billy had got suspended for 30 days, and he was kicked off the starting lineup, so that meant that Josh was starting third base. They had three games this week, and they were against the Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs, and the Diamondbacks. They played a game today at 3:00 at home. When the Pirates had arrived it was already game time, so they went to the locker room and talked about their starting lineup and positions since everyone hadn’t seen it yet. By the end of the first inning they were down 3-0. They never got one single hit in the game and the final score was 14- 0. The Reds had also lost the next 2 games they had had by 5 and 7. Billy had got a call that day that said he was allowed to come back. “Why am I allowed to come back” Said Billy. “ You are allowed to come back because those drugs were not yours they were Josh’s” Said Coach Green. “ So did Josh get suspended” Said Billy “ Yes for 30 days” Said Coach Green. Billy wanted to know why Josh had put drugs in his…

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    players at the camp, but Roberto Clemente stood out, he was partially known for his rifle arm. “He was the best free agent athlete, I have ever seen,” said Al Campanies (Roberto Clemente2 1) After playing in the Puerto Rico winter league with the Santurce, Roberto Clemente was then signed to the Dodgers. Roberto could hit home runs, throw people out, and run fast but the Dodgers keep Roberto Clemente on the benched a lot thinking they let him play a little so another team wouldn’t notice him.…

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    PNC Park: SWOT Analysis

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    capacity of 38,496 (PNC Park Overview, 2014). According to the Pirates, PNC Park combines the best features from historic ballparks with latest amenities and comforts for both players and fans. With its two-deck design, the furthest seat from the field is only 88 feet away (PNC Park Overview, 2014). The Pirates sell tickets through several different locations. The have a box office that is open daily at the ballpark and also opened before all home games. Tickets can also be purchased online…

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    on this earth". Roberto Clemente a very important baseball player from Pittsburgh once said this quote. Pittsburgh is a great American city that continues to make a difference in our world. While Pittsburgh is famous for many of the athletes there many do not know the true facts on Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh is important for several different things , most importantly, it's steel industry. Many may know Pittsburgh is known as "The City of Steel" due to the industry (Lorant 35). Furthermore, the…

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    The Pittsburgh Steelers are a professional American football team based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The team currently belongs to the North Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) in the National Football League (NFL). Founded in 1933, the Steelers are the oldest franchise in the AFC. In contrast with their status as perennial also-rans in the pre-merger NFL, where they were the oldest team to never win a league championship, the Steelers of the post-merger (modern) era are one of…

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    Fredrick August Kittle, was born on April 27, 1945, in the Hill District of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Wilson, who dropped his father’s name and changed it to August Wilson in his twenties, was the son of Daisy Wilson, an African American cleaning women, and Frederick Kittle, a German immigrant (PBS). Wilson was raised by his mother with his siblings, and bounced from school to school before finally dropping out of high school in his early teens. August Wilson was a talented writer and when he…

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    Bethlehem Steel had many interesting parts throughout its one hundred forty plus years of providing steel for not only Pennsylvania but also the entire country. This company gave a lot of people jobs that provided pretty good pay and great retirement plans. Some of the most interesting structures that still stands today is the blast furnaces, and the guns that were provided for the battle ships during World War I and II. The blast furnaces that are still standing today are no longer in use as…

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    Introduction Fort Niagara was a fortification fort built in 1726-27.It was used in the American revolutionary war. On the eve of the American Revolutionary war, Fort Niagara could not resist another regular military attack. The war began badly for Fort Niagara’s garrison. Americans had invaded Canada and captured Montreal in 1775. The French, British and the Americans fought over Fort Niagara vigorously over a long period of time.Today in 2015, United States owns Fort Niagara. They turned it…

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    John Wideman’s Our Time tells the story of two brothers and the differences between them. John, the author and primary narrator, is a successful author and teacher. The primary focus of the story his brother Robert, who is younger by ten years. Robert or “Robby”, spent much of his young adult life on the streets addicted to heroin until being jailed for a robbery. Wideman illustrates how differently each brother develop using place. Much of the story is set in the Pittsburgh neighborhoods of…

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    cemetery in America. It encompasses 300 acres of luscious Allegheny County land. This hilly landscape is the essence of Pittsburgh. The landscape is naturally groomed by a multitude of deer and wildlife that graze the territory. The multiple ponds and innumerable trees just add to the picturesque landscape that so many…

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