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Breakfast linked to ‘healthy heart’

Breakfast linked to ‘healthy heart’

first_img Tweet Share HealthLifestyle Breakfast linked to ‘healthy heart’ by: – July 23, 2013 Sharing is caring! Sharecenter_img 16 Views   no discussions Share Could a bowl of cereal help your heart?People should eat breakfast to keep their hearts in good condition, according to researchers in the US.Their study of 27,000 men, in the journal Circulation, showed those skipping breakfast were at a greater risk of heart problems.The team at the Harvard School of Public Health said missing the meal put an “extra strain” on the body.The British Heart Foundation said breakfast helped people resist sugary snacks before lunch.The men, aged 45-82, were studied for 16 years. During that time there were more than 1,500 heart attacks or cases of fatal heart failure. However, people who skipped breakfast were 27% more likely to have heart problems than those who started the day with a meal. The researchers adjusted for other lifestyle risk factors such as smoking and exercise.Researcher, Dr Leah Cahill told the BBC: “The take-home message is eat in the morning when you wake up, preferably within an hour.“The results show that something is better than nothing, but it’s always better to have something healthy and balanced.”She said the timing of the meal seemed to be key and waiting until lunch rather than “breaking fast” may be straining the body over time. She said this could be increasing the risk of high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes which could in turn damage the heart.“Don’t skip breakfast,” Dr Cahill concluded.Victoria Taylor, a dietitian with the British Heart Foundation, said: “These researchers only looked at men aged over 45, so we would need to see further research to confirm that breakfast has the same impact on the heart health of other groups of people.“What we do know is that a healthy and filling breakfast can make that mid-morning biscuit less tempting, as well as giving you another opportunity to widen the variety of foods in your diet.“Wholegrain toast, or cereals like porridge with low fat milk are a good way to start the day. Try a sliced banana or dried fruit on top and you’ll be on your way to five-a-day before you’ve even left the house.”BBC Newslast_img read more

VENDORS’ WISH: SIDEWALK RETURN

VENDORS’ WISH: SIDEWALK RETURN

first_imgILOILO City – Vendors wish the citygovernment would allow them to return to the sidewalks this holiday season evenfor just a few days. To this Mayor Jerry Treñas said, “I don’t know how it canbe done.” The vendors hope the city government wouldmake a favorable decision soon so they could set up their sidewalk kiosks onDec. 14 or 15 ahead of the Dec. 16 start of the nine-day traditional misa de gallo or early morning massleading to Christmas Day (Dec. 25). Dichupa said they would respectwhatever decision the city government would come up. “Kondiri lang asahan mo, ang sa front lang gid guro ang ayo-ayo benta. Pero sangsa likod pigado,” said Dichupa. PSTMO led the road and sidewalkclearing operations that displaced the vendors. Conlu, however, rejected thisexplanation, pointing out that buyers already knew where to look for vendors. Cacho also promised to further improvethe area to ensure the comfort of the vendors and customers. According to the mayor, the directorof the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) in this city showedhim a new memorandum stating that road and sidewalk clearing operations shouldextend to the barangays and not just in the downtown area. According to Dichupa, their return tothe sidewalks even for a limited number of days only would be a big helpalready to boost their income this holiday season. After one year, according to the citygovernment’s Public Safety and Transportation Management Office (PSTMO) headJeck Conlu, the Cachos and vendors would discuss the rental rate. “It would be unfair to those who movedto the Cacho property if other vendors are allowed to return to the sidewalks,”said Conlu.  “Sa mga sidewalk vendors, sundon ta lang ang mga programa nga ginapa-implementsa aton.” The vendors were spotted on thesidewalks of Ledesma, JM Basa, Rizal, and Jalandoni streets. They told thePSTMO business was sluggish at the Cacho property. “Anhonmo na kay nagasandig man lang si mayor sang order sa babaw,” he said. The skills training is for foodprocessing, dressmaking, massage therapy, welding, masonry, and carpentry,among others./PNcenter_img The city government has been clearingroads and sidewalks of obstructions since July following President RodrigoDuterte’s order for local chief executives to reclaim public spaces being usedfor private ends. In an effort to ease the burden of thedislocated vendors, a member of the Cacho family, Marcelo Cacho who is theadministrative manager of Panay Electric Co., announced in October that the vendorswould be required to pay rent for a year. Business is sluggish at the2,700-square meter wide Cacho property, he lamented. “Para at least may dal-on man angamon mga miembro sa ila mga panimalay sa Christmas,” he said. Treñas said he would convey to theDILG the vendors’ wish but stressed, “I don’t know how it can be allowed underthe circumstances,” referring to the new memo that in fact expanded theroad-clearing drive. “We left them with a warning. If theyreturn to the sidewalks again we will seize everything they have,” said PSTMOchief Jeck Conlu. Last month, 13 vendors were arrestedfor returning to sidewalks. PSTMO personnel also confiscated their tables andchairs. Their merchandize, however, were spared. But they remain hopeful and would seekan audience with Treñas before the week is over. “Ginapangamuyoko lang nga hatagan kami ni Mayor sang gamay nga Consuelo,” said Dichupa. This has resulted to the relocation of245 downtown sidewalk vendors to the vacant lot owned by the Cacho family alongthe downtown street of JM Basa, said Niel Dichupa, president of the Federationof Sidewalk Vendors Association in Iloilo City. But there are anestimated 1,500 sidewalk vendors across the city. Treñas previously told the vendors toexplore other livelihood sources and avail themselves of livelihood and skillstraining offered by the city government’s Public Employment Service Office inpartnership with Technical Education and Skills Development Authority. “But I will confer with the DILG justthe same,” said Treñas.last_img read more

David A. Stepp

David A. Stepp

first_imgDavid A. Stepp, 68, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Tuesday, October 31, 2017 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.He was born January 22, 1949 in Cincinnati, OH, son of the late Earl W. Stepp and Jean M. Stepp.David attended St. Mary’s Catholic Church. He was a member of the Men’s Auxiliary VFW of Aurora.He will be remembered by many friends, including Tina Morrison, Carrie Harding, Steven Wirthlin, Zach Muzzlemann and Jordan Tice.He was preceded in death by his parents, Earl and Jean M. Stepp, and a sister, Grace A Stepp.Friends will be received Sunday, November 5, 2017, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm at Rullman Hunger Funeral Home. Men’s Auxiliary VFW services will be held at 5:30 pm.Mass of Christian burial will be held at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 203 Fourth Street, Monday, November 6, 2017 at 11:00 am with Father Stephen Donahue officiating.Interment will follow in the Maple Grove Cemetery in Cleves, Ohio.Contributions may be made to the Men’s Auxiliary VFW, American Cancer Society or American Heart Association.. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more

Toffees duo progressing well

Toffees duo progressing well

first_img The duo have both been included in the Toffees squad for the upcoming pre-season trip to Scotland, which features friendlies against Hearts on Sunday and Dundee next Tuesday. Martinez told the club’s website, www.everton.tv: “We have got some very exciting news with Bryan Oviedo and Leighton Baines joining the group for Scotland. “They are raring to go as you can imagine. They are two pristine professionals and they are a similar profile of player, so they have been helping each other with their work. They are full of energy and desperate to join the group.” New signing Gerard Deulofeu, who has joined the club on a permanent deal from Barcelona after a successful loan in 2013-14, is not travelling. Deulofeu suffered a hamstring injury against Arsenal in the Asia Trophy in Singapore but should be fit for the start of the season. Martinez said: “It’s not a real concern, it’s an injury that I don’t think will stop him starting the league campaign. “His physicality is that he is a sprinter and we need to make sure he is fully recovered before he is back on the pitch.” England left-back Baines and Costa Rican midfielder Oviedo missed the end of last season. Baines required ankle surgery after suffering a recurrence of an old problem in a game against Sunderland in May while Oviedo broke a metatarsal in training in April. Everton pair Leighton Baines and Bryan Oviedo are both making good progress in their recoveries from injury, manager Roberto Martinez has reported.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Cricket News I hope Raman isn’t criticised to bench Mithali Raj, says Ramesh Powar

Cricket News I hope Raman isn’t criticised to bench Mithali Raj, says Ramesh Powar

first_imgMithali Raj scored 24 runs in the last encounter.New Zealand thrashed India 3-0 in T20 Internationals. Ramesh Powar backs WV Raman’s decision to bench Mithali.  highlights For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. “So I was thinking ahead. My vision was that if we had won that game, it would have taken the team places in the future. In two to five years, these girls would have developed into a great team. That was my thought process.” Powar went onto to back WV Raman and spoke about the vision. He believes that Raman applied the same logic as he did a few months back and is hopeful that his decision will not be criticised by the populous.”He’s doing the same thing. He’s thinking ahead. There’s a vision. Everyone has a vision. A coach has to think about how to take his team forward. When I took this decision, I got a lot of criticism for it. I hope WV (Raman) gets a fair deal, and people don’t get negative about it, and look at the bigger picture.”He’s a newly-appointed coach. He needs some time to think about how he wants to take the team forward. He has started his vision. There’s no option but to think ahead. It’s not about Mithali; it’s about forging a combination which you think is right. He must be planning to build a team for the next T20 World Cup,” Powar concluded. New Delhi: India’s decision to bench Mithali Raj in the first two games of three-match T20 International series against New Zealand made to the headlines and made one man feel vindicated – Ramesh Powar. The former Indian head coach faced a lot of criticism on social media after dropping Mithali from the playing eleven in semi-final encounter against England last year.But to everyone’s surprise the current head coach, WV Raman continued the thought which his counterpart did a few months back. On this, Ramesh Powar went on to show his disappointment.”I don’t know what exactly is happening, but he did what exactly I did. The coach must be having some vision about how to take this team forward. You can’t play forever. As a coach and captain, or the team management, you need to take a call about how to take the team forward,” he told TOI.Interestingly, Ramesh Powar’s decision was backed by the skipper and generated a fair bit of controversy. The former India cricketer said, “When I or the team management took that decision regarding Mithali, I wasn’t thinking about just the T20 World Cup. If the same team, which had beaten Australia in the league stage without the senior player, would have won the semifinal, and that team was almost under-25 in terms of age, it would have given them a huge amount of confidence.last_img read more

Kicker Hofrichter commits to Syracuse

Kicker Hofrichter commits to Syracuse

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Seffner (Fla.) Armwood kicker Sterling Hofrichter committed to Syracuse’s Class of 2015 on Friday, he announced on Twitter.Hofrichter is the only kicker Syracuse has offered and he visited the school a month ago, according to Scout.com. Syracuse was also the only school that he received an offer from, according to Scout.comHofrcher is a two-star recruit is listed at 5-feet, 10-inches and 165 pounds on his Scout.com profile. He joins junior Ryan Norton and returning fifth-year senior kicker Ross Krautman, who missed the majority of last season due to a hip-related injury. He is also the 16th member of the Class of 2015 and the sixth from Florida.  Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Published on June 27, 2014 at 12:42 pm Contact Sam: sblum@syr.edu | @SamBlum3last_img read more

Manchester United ‘interested’ in Abdul Majeed Waris

Manchester United ‘interested’ in Abdul Majeed Waris

first_imgTrabzonspor chief executive Burak Gurdal has confirmed United’s interest in striker Abdul Majeed Waris.Louis van Gaal’s assistant Ryan Giggs reportedly flew to Turkey last week to watch the 23-year-old Ghanaian in Tranzonspor’s 2-0 Europa League win over Lokren.”We have not have any direct offers however, we know Manchester United are scouting Waris and keeping close tabs on him,” Gurdal said.”Not just Waris, we have a few players are being closely watched.”We only signed Waris two months ago and are not interested in selling right now, but you never know what will happen in the future.”Waris joined the Turkish outfit from Spartak Moscow in September and has not scored in 13 club appearances this season. He started in Ghana’s final World Cup group game against Portugal, which the Black Stars lost 2-1.last_img read more

Whicker: Disbelief precedes grief over the news about Tyler Skaggs

Whicker: Disbelief precedes grief over the news about Tyler Skaggs

first_img Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Bane did and did, and that was enough. The Angels had six of the first 80 picks, and Skaggs went 40th and signed for $1 million. Five of those six are in the big leagues, including 25th pick Mike Trout, who became Skaggs’ minor league roomie.“Before Tyler filled out, he looked like he had the body of a skateboarder,” said Serrano, now the coach at Cal State Northridge. “But he always had that swag going.”Skaggs was looking forward to another start in Dodger Stadium, on July 23 or 24. The Angels will be blindsided by such forfeited moments, such former opportunities, for years.We all think baseball careers will end organically, either by performance or injury or, in rare cases, the player’s own choice. Now we’re consigned to remember Skaggs for what he could have been instead of what he was.Monday wasn’t right.Photos: Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs through the years Around the tight world of baseball, they got pinged by their texts and their e-mails and their social media, early on Monday afternoon.They looked at the screens and blinked.Angels left-hander Tyler Skaggs, 27, was found dead in a Southlake, Texas hotel room.They looked again, read again, shook their heads as if it were some exotic language, or maybe one of those word pyramids where they bury the sentence in a forest of letters. Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield center_img “One thing about him,” said Marcel Lachemann, who has been advising Angel pitchers since the 1970s. “He didn’t like to come out of games.”But Skaggs was coming on. He had ditched his slider and was throwing more four-seam fastballs and changeups. He had fought through two major injuries, including Tommy John surgery, and a trade to Arizona and then back to Anaheim. And, as Bane kept saying on Monday, he was 27.“I watched that game,” said Bane, the scouting director who supervised that 2009 draft, now a special assistant with the Red Sox.“They showed the dugout and there was Tyler, laughing and imitating the way Justin Upton was running. He just looked so comfortable and I thought, there you are. You’re a big-leaguer now, no question. It happens so fast.”That’s 10 years, happening so fast. In 2009 Angels fans adorned the ballpark plaza with flowers and mementos for Nick Adenhart, who was taken by a runaway drunk driver. Fans began doing that on Monday for Skaggs.How many wins and awards and dollars would Adenhart have by now? Those questions endure to this day and now will be asked in tandem.“It’s hard,” Lachemann said. “As a coach or manager, you really don’t know what to say. You’re as shocked as anyone else. Nobody really wants to play when this happens. The baseball is pretty insignificant at this point.”The fans felt proprietary. Skaggs went to Santa Monica. His mom Debbie was the softball coach there; his stepdad built a mound in the backyard. Debbie had pitched well in her day, and she pointed out things with every start.As a sophomore, Skaggs pitched in a CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium, but lost 7-1 to Charter Oak. “We didn’t play well behind him that day,” said Kevin Brockway, Santa Monica’s coach at the time. “He was throwing 90-91 that day and he always had that curveball. He was skinny, but that curve was what they all liked.”Dave Serrano, the Cal State Fullerton coach, liked it a lot and got a commitment from him. But as Skaggs got stronger and faster, the pro scouts converged.Bane saw Skaggs throw slow, looping curves on his visit.“I don’t like him,” he told Bo Hughes, the Angels’ Western scouting supervisor at the time.“Go back again,” Hughes said, “and you’ll see the real curve.”Related Articles Was there another Skaggs, another Tyler? Is this a fake account?“That’s not right,” Eddie Bane said.It isn’t. But it was painfully correct. Skaggs, from Santa Monica High, a tall and talented kid whom Angels fans watched from the beginning of his cocoon, is no longer with us. The details were nonexistent and, for now, irrelevant.Skaggs got married to Carli last October. He was showing signs of becoming a high-rotation starter. Just last week he predicted the Angels’ inconsistent rotation would begin to catch up with the healthy offense and cause a “meteoric rise.”His final pitch was in the fifth inning Saturday night, at home against Oakland, and it produced a groundout. It was also his 91st pitch, and Skaggs was removed for Trevor Cahill, and he was agitated in the first place because he’d been called for a balk, and then Matt Chapman homered off Cahill for a 3-0 Oakland lead. Skaggs rose and walked down the tunnel, his emotions unmasked, as usual. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros last_img read more

Angels react with concern to coronavirus outbreak with Marlins

Angels react with concern to coronavirus outbreak with Marlins

first_img“Well my first thought is I think it’s really important to trace how it occurred,” Maddon said Monday morning, before the Angels played the Oakland A’s “That’s the one thing we need to know first before we jump to a lot of different conclusions. To me if there was a breach of protocol by any of those players, then it’s more easily explainable. And if not, then it becomes more problematic I think. So, I would just wait and see.”Maddon said he’d had limited conversations with players on Monday morning. He had not spoken with Mike Trout, who had expressed reservations about playing at the start of camp but fewer concerns just before the season.Patrick Sandoval, who recovered from a bout with COVID-19 in June, said that players are watching closely what happens with the Marlins and the Phillies.“You could tell everyone is concerned about it,” Sandoval said. “No one knows what’s going to happen.”Once the game began, a couple more precautions were visible. Trout put on a mask when he reached first base. A’s first baseman Matt Olson also put on a mask when he was holding any runner at first, which he hadn’t done in the first three games of the series. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros OAKLAND >> The news of the outbreak of coronavirus among the Miami Marlins sent shockwaves across baseball, all the way to the Angels on the opposite coast.“When something like that happens it makes everyone a tick more nervous than they already are,” Angels pitching coach Mickey Callaway said. “You feel for your fellow baseball guys when something like that happens.”The Marlins had their game on Monday against the Baltimore Orioles postponed. The Philadelphia Phillies, who played the Marlins over the weekend in Philadelphia, also had their game against the New York Yankees on Monday postponed.Although developments like that certainly cast questions over the viability of the season, Angels manager Joe Maddon didn’t want to rush to judgment without knowing the source of the Marlins outbreak. Teams need the player’s consent in order to disclose the reason a player is unavailable if it’s not a physical injury, although there are non-playing conditions that go beyond coronavirus.Through it all, Maddon had maintained optimism in baseball’s ability to navigate around the virus, because he believed the protocols were stringent and the players would follow them.The news on Monday changed that only slightly.“Of course it knocks you on your heels a little bit,” Maddon said. “You can’t deny that, but you need the retracing in order to find out exactly why everybody believes this occurred. I think is really important right now.”center_img Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Major League Baseball began the season playing under health and safety protocols outlined in a document more than 100 pages long. They mandate that players wear masks whenever not performing on the field or working out. There are restrictions on everything from spitting to requiring that players retrieve their own cap and gloves from the dugout, rather than having a teammate bring them.Although the players are left to regulate their own behavior away from the ballpark, Angels players have said so far that they are all taking their safety seriously. This weekend marked the Angels’ first trip that required a flight and overnight stay.The Angels stayed the past four nights in San Francisco and Maddon said he didn’t believe any players ventured out. He said he’s worked with traveling secretary Tom Taylor to try to have an extra room on the road for players to congregate, rather than going out.So far only three Angels players have confirmed they tested positive for the coronavirus, and all three — Sandoval, Matt Thaiss and Julio Teheran — said they tested positive in June. They have all rejoined the team, and Sandoval and Thaiss are both active.The Angels had six other players who were unable to initially report to camp, for reasons the team couldn’t disclose. All of them have now joined the team. One player, reliever Parker Markel, was active when camp began but has since been placed on the injured list for unknown reasons.Related Articles Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield last_img read more

Dodgers choose Hyun-Jin Ryu over Walker Buehler for NLCS Game 2 assignment

Dodgers choose Hyun-Jin Ryu over Walker Buehler for NLCS Game 2 assignment

first_imgRyu has allowed 11 runs in six starts away from home this year, but that wasn’t enough cause for Roberts to give Ryu the ball in Game 3 instead. The veteran left-hander made his only appearance at Miller Park in 2013. Buehler has never pitched in Milwaukee.Brewers manager Craig Counsell announced his starters for the first three games of the series Thursday – with one major caveat.Left-hander Gio Gonzalez will start Game 1, but Counsell said that he would make right-hander Jhoulys Chacin available in relief. Chacin is also the Brewers’ tentative Game 3 starter. Left-hander Wade Miley is scheduled to start Game 2 on Saturday.“It’s no secret that we’re going to use our pitching a little differently than the traditionalists would like,” Counsell said. “So for us, the first matchup that we liked was Gio on the mound. We’re asking Gio to go out there and get a bunch of outs. How many, you know, we’ll just see how it goes.”Gonzalez has a 2.34 earned-run average in seven career starts against the Dodgers, including a no-decision in Game 3 of the 2016 NLDS. He hasn’t faced the Dodgers since June 2017. The Brewers acquired him from the Washington Nationals in an August trade. Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season FRIENDLY CONNECTIONSFor eight years, Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado and Brewers infielder Jonathan Schoop rose through the ranks of the Baltimore Orioles’ organization together. Schoop debuted as a 21-year-old in 2013; Machado debuted at 20 the year before. By 2016, they were in the starting lineup together for the American League wild-card game.“He’s one of my best friends,” Machado said of Schoop.Yet they were in opposite dugouts by Aug. 1 – Machado’s first homestand at Dodger Stadium and Schoop’s first weekend as a Brewer. Both were traded as part of the Orioles’ summer fire sale.Thursday night offered the two friends a brief chance to reunite.“I haven’t seen him in a while, so (I’ll) definitely try to see him tonight or something,” Machado said after the Dodgers arrived for their only pre-series workout in Milwaukee. “Relationships always go further than sports. So enjoy him today and then tomorrow try to beat him.”Schoop offered a similar sentiment: “Outside of baseball, we’re friends,” he said. “Inside, tomorrow, we’re going to be enemies.”HOMETOWN HEROBrewers outfielder Christian Yelich said he “never thought (he) would see the day” when he would play the Dodgers, the team he grew up rooting for, in the postseason. Yelich is a Thousand Oaks native who attended Westlake High.“I had a lot of friends, family friends, that had season tickets and we’d all go (to Dodger Stadium) when we were little kids,” he said. “And you’d go after you played your own baseball game and change out of your uniform in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium to go put on street clothes and go watch the game. So there’s a lot of fond memories there.“Your 10-year-old self probably wouldn’t believe what was about to take place here over the next week or so. It’s going to be a great opportunity, and something to just have fun with, enjoy and just try and take it all in.”ALSOOne more cross-team connection: Dodgers general manager Farhan Zaidi was part of the Oakland A’s front office that traded for Gonzalez when he was a Double-A pitcher in the White Sox organization in 2008. Zaidi was also part of the A’s front office that traded Gonzalez to the Nationals in Dec. 2011. “He’s seen me when I was a young kid with no facial hair and now two kids later and a beautiful wife,” Gonzalez said of Zaidi. … Roberts said David Freese, who has typically started against left-handed pitchers, would get the start at first base again in Game 1 against Gonzalez. … Teams must submit their final NLCS rosters to Major League Baseball at 8 a.m. PT on Friday. … The same six non-roster players who traveled to Atlanta for the NLDS traveled with the Dodgers to Milwaukee: pitchers Julio Urías, Josh Fields and Ross Stripling, and utilitymen Kyle Farmer, Chase Utley and Andrew Toles. … Gerry Davis (crew chief), Scott Barry, Brian Gorman, Alan Porter, Hunter Wendelstedt and Jim Wolf will be the on-field umpires in the NLCS. Greg Gibson is the replay official.Related Articles MILWAUKEE — Hyun-Jin Ryu will start Game 2 of the National League Championship Series for the Dodgers, Manager Dave Roberts announced Thursday. Right-hander Walker Buehler will start Game 3 on Monday when the series shifts to Los Angeles, followed by left-hander Rich Hill in Game 4 on Tuesday.Roberts previously announced that Clayton Kershaw would start Game 1 of the series on Friday. He did not want to delay Ryu’s next start beyond Saturday. The left-hander hasn’t pitched since Game 1 of the National League Division Series last Thursday.“The thought process is … to keep (Ryu) as current as possible, to keep him going,” Roberts said. “He’s pitching really well. And then also just to give Walker just a couple extra days on the front end to get him ready. So we just felt that Clayton starting Game 1, Hyun-Jin going Game 2, and then Walker, gives each of these guys the best chance to perform at their best.”Ryu tossed seven shutout innings in Game 1 of the Division Series. That extended his personal streak of scoreless innings at Dodger Stadium to 21. In 10 home starts this year, including the postseason, Ryu has allowed only seven earned runs. Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more