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Sources: Hastert Lawyers Asked U.S. Attorney To Withhold Details Of Alleged "Misconduct"
The Illinois Republican is accused of lying to the FBI and evading reporting requirements on cash payments he made.
WASHINGTON — U.S. Attorney Zachary T. Fardon agreed to withhold details of former House Speaker Dennis Hastert’s alleged “prior misconduct” against an unidentified individual as part of an indictment against the Illinois Republican, two sources familiar with the case told BuzzFeed News.
Fardon announced the indictment — which charges that Hastert illegally evaded reporting transfers of large sums of money and of lying to the FBI — Thursday afternoon. Although the indictment says Hastert agreed to pay “Individual A” $3.5 million” in order to compensate for and conceal “prior misconduct” it does not include details of the alleged misconduct nor the identity of Individual A.
Fardon’s spokeswoman, Kimberly Nerheim, did not respond to multiple requests for comment.
According to sources familiar with the case, Fardon had originally been prepared to move forward with a much more explicit indictment of Hastert, who prior to serving in Congress was a high school teacher and wrestling coach for more than 15 years in Yorkville, Illinois.
But Fardon’s office ultimately agreed to limit the amount of information in the indictment, according to these sources, in part because of a request from Hastert’s attorneys.


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Angels MLB Draft Candidates: The Hitters

Yesterday we surveyed a consensus MLB draft board based on the many mock drafts published online this May. In today’s article we’ll dig a little deeper to look at some of the best position players that may be available when the Angels select at the end of the first round on June 8th.
Opinions are split on whether the Angels’ draft board favors position players or pitchers in the early rounds this year, but there’s little debate that they will likely bias toward college players in any scenario. The system is still weak, although several promising arms are advancing across multiple levels of the minors, but there is virtually no bat on the farm that profiles as an MLB regular with any strong likelihood. There are a few candidates that may emerge as utility players or bench assets, but no Calhouns, Aybars or Kendricks on the radar to date.
For that reason, while one hates to violate the truism “never draft from need”, there are times when one is at degree zero (or approaching it), and much like the Angels have biased toward college pitching in the past three drafts, it’s reasonable to aim the hose at where the house is on fire. If it were my decision, and given where the Angels are drafting, I’d select a position player with the first pick, and aim for collegiate talent if there are still good names on the board when the master of ceremonies calls the Angels to the podium.
There are interesting names on both the prep and college sides of the page. What follows are the top five of each from that band of yesterday’s rankings (roughly #15 to #35) where the Angels credibly have a chance at grabbing the ring, along with the likelihood of the given player’s availability at slot #26. Where the player was not among yesterday’s top 42, I’ve used Baseball America’s rankings as of today (noted with an asterisk).
Finally, I offer a “fringe five” (hattip to Carson Cistulli) of names that have either come up recently in discussions of  prospects whom the Angels are “in on”, or prospects that are so compelling in some way that they deserve mention. The two names at the end are players that are wildcards who have been called out in various analyses of late, and are included to suggest folks with late movement up the ranks. In each case, these final players would likely represent overdrafts if the Angels were to select one of them, but that wouldn’t be out of character with this organization, so best to keep our eyes open going in. Here we go.
College Bats, Best in Class




Rank
Player
Position
School
Availability



16


Ian Happ

OF/2B
Cincinnati
Unlikely



18
Andrew Benintendi
OF
Arkansas
Unlikely



22
Kevin Newman
SS
Arizona
Even Bet



30


Donnie Dewees

OF
North Florida
Even Bet



31


D.J. Stewart

OF
Florida State
Even Bet




Analysis:
Let me tip my hand immediately: Stewart and Dewees are my guys. They’re two of the position players that are reasonably likely to be available when the Angels select; they are types that the Angels desperately need more of (the Angels farm lacks even one high-ceiling OF prospect); they’d be likely to advance through the farm fairly rapidly; and they’d be a blast to root for and watch. The Angels’ greatest competition for these two appears to be from Oakland, who has scouted each heavily, picks at the #20 slot, and who values the skills these two bring to the table. Some mocks also see threats from Kansas, St. Louis and Baltimore – three teams who often value more mature bats. Keith Law tagged Dewees for Oakland in his recent mock draft for ESPN (Insiders only!), and our SBN sister site Athletics Nation wrote this excellent profile in response.
Dewees and Stewart bring similar packages to the table: lefties with tons of patience, strong hit tools, and excellent wheels. My nod goes to Stewart because he brings modest power along as well. Both walk more than they strike out, though Dewees is more of a contact guy, whereas Stewart walks a ton (144 BBs against 614 ABs!). Dewees is a top of the order threat and his dominant comp (per Keith Law) is Brett Gardner. He also brings some defensive versatility to the table, likely being able to play at any OF position. Stewart is more big-bodied, more likely to become a middle-of-the-order bat, and is probably a leftfielder in the MLB. Think Kole Calhoun, but with more power potential over time.
Looking at their slash lines from 2013-2015, both are consistent year over year and simply destroying in their divisions, but Stewart is facing the tougher competition at the moment.
Donnie Dewees: .382/.451/.632 (511 ABs, 143 runs, 24 HRs, 123 RBIs, 28 SBs)
Demetrius Jones Stewart: .345/.482/.567 (614 ABs, 152 runs, 25 HRs, 162 RBIs, 22 SBs)
Happ and Benintendi, meanwhile, are each highly coveted outfield bats who are likely to go by the mid-teens. I’m shortening my commentary accordingly, but one can find solid takes on each here and here. One may argue that Benintendi may have so much helium that he’s in danger of being relatively overrated in the draft. Several prognosticators have him going as early as #9 to the Cubs, though given his short track record, his rankings are all over the map. Both were named players of the year in their respective conferences, and here’s a compact wrap-up on the both of them. If Happ in particular were to fall to the Angels in some miraculous scenario, he would represent a “best player available” situation that the team simply couldn’t pass up. .492 OBP and .672 SLG this season, 56 SBs in fewer than 600 ABs in his college career. Yessir.
Kevin Newman is the one player on this list that to my mind would be a disappointing selection. It would be the very definition of “drafting from need” for an organization whose middle infield at the MLB level is very unsettled at the moment. Newman is a capable shortstop, and few doubt his ability to stick to the position, even if his defense is likely to be more solid than elite. But he’s also largely a one-trick pony: he hits for high average and very little power. While he’s stolen 36 bases over his college career, he’s not a burner. He’s a high-contact hit machine who rarely strikes out, but rarely walks either. In a draft full of shortstop talent, he’s a safe but un-thrilling choice, whose ceiling is probably that of an average MLB shortstop. That has value, but not where I would go with a first round draft pick for an organization that has had few of them recently.
Prep Bats, Best in Class



Rank
Player
Position
School
Availability


15

Garrett Whitley

OF
Niskayuna (N.Y.) HS
Unlikely


20

Nick Plummer

OF
Brother Rice HS, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
Even Bet


25

Chris Betts

C/1B
Wilson HS, Long Beach, Calif.
Even Bet


26

Cornelius Randolph

SS/3B
Griffin (Ga.) HS
Even Bet


33

Ke’Bryan Hayes

3B
Concordia Luthern HS, Tomball, Texas
Likely





Analysis:
The prize here of course is Garrett Whitley, the toolsy whiz kid from New York who’s even earned a (certainly inauspicious) Mike Trout comp already. Level Trout? Not likely, but he has all the resources: elite footspeed, excellent bat speed, the glove to stick in centerfield, and projection to hit for average and power. He’s cracked the top ten in Baseball America rankings, and the Yankees are said to be all over this youngin’ if he falls to them in the mid-teens. Needless to say, the Angels would have to claim him if he were available, but I don’t see it happening.
Nick Plummer and Chris Betts are more possible, however.
Plummer has rated as high as #14, and as low as #31 in the most recent Baseball America mock. Keith Law and Jim Callis left him off their first round altogether. Apparently a spring bout of mononucleosis weakened his stock a bit, and he dropped twenty spots between the first and third versions of BA’s draft simulations. He’s a bit undersized, but is athletic and has a hit tool that has graded out at 60, with some potential for power as he develops. And development time he would probably need, so this would be a long-term investment if the Angels were to pick him. He’s intriguing, but would be a more likely choice if the Angels had multiple picks in the top 50.
Chris Betts was initially a potential top ten pick who has somewhat mysteriously come down to earth, as analysts have questioned his ability to stick behind the dish as he develops in the next few years. There are perfectly reputable prospect gurus who in turn question that skepticism. John Sickels is one of them; he speculates that Betts’ recent fall in the rankings is due to overfamiliarity, and thinks that there’s nothing preventing him from sticking behind the dish. Betts is arguably the best prep catcher in the draft, is local (Long Beach), and has explosive power potential to go along with solid contact that will likely allow him to hit for average as well. Given the organizational lack of depth at the position (though Bandy and McGee show promise as backups), Betts would be the sort of player one might expect the Angels to pull the trigger on if he is available. In fact, in the latest Baseball America mock, they have the Angels leaning toward upside bats like Betts and Stewart. Sounds good to me, if true.
Cornelius Randolph and Ke’Bryan Hayes bring similar tools to the shed: advanced prep bats with average speed and some power potential, each destined for third base at higher levels. While Randolph is listed as a shortstop, most agree that his body and glove will move him off the position sooner rather than later. He has the greater power upside of the two, but Hayes has an efficient swing that produces line drives to the gaps, and should produce many doubles, earning him a Matt Adams comp in at least one capsule I’ve seen. Those looking for a plus hitter with “good bloodlines” (he’s the son on 14-year major leaguer Charlie Hayes) will appreciate his profile.
I think one of Randolph or Hayes should be available when the Angels pick, but both project as more complementary pieces than potential franchise players. Obviously, the Angels have a terrible track record at developing prepsters on the left side of the infield (eg, Wood, McPherson, Cowart), so my superstition overtakes my forebrain in these matters, but these two still seem like uneasy fits for an organization that may not have 5-6 years to develop them into contributors. Barring some extraordinary circumstance which allows Whitley to parachute into the #26 spot, Chris Betts seems the most likely option for the Angels of this group of high schoolers.

The “Fringe Five”



Rank
Player
Position
School
Availability


36
Richie Martin
SS
Florida (University)
Likely


38
Scott Kingery
2B
Arizona (University)
Likely


*41
Demi Orimoloye
OF
St. Matthew HS, Orleans, Ontario, Canada
Likely


*64
Alonzo Jones
IF/OF
Columbus (Ga.) HS
Likely


*65
Blake Trahan
SS
Louisiana-Lafayette (University)
Likely



Analysis:
Each of the players in this section are really supplemental or second rounders. Not a one among them has been targeted above slot #25 in any recent simulation I’ve seen. But the Angels are known for drafting over slot – though perhaps more in the Eddie Bane era than under Dipoto’s watch – and given that the team will not choose again until the 70th pick, if there’s a player they like and truly think will not be around at that point, they may be aggressive to get what they want.
I include both Kingery and Trahan here because they have each been connected to the Angels once in recent online mocks. Keith Law paired the Angels with Kingery, and Jonathan Mayo paired them with Trahan. Those are both credible authorities, but these are the only two times either player has entered the first round in any predictions I’ve seen in the month of May. That doesn’t mean Dipoto’s crew won’t go with one of them should the cupboard be bare when the 26th pick comes along, but both players are really more of the type you’d hope to procure with value picks in later rounds.
Kingery is an undersized, high-contact 2B who profiles as a potential super-utility guy in the Majors. He’s been killing it at U of Arizona in a beneficent hitter’s environment, hitting a ton of doubles and triples, and getting on base at a 50% clip this season. There may be some susceptibility to the belief that we have an Altuve or Pedroia (also a second-rounder) on our hands with such a selection, but it’s important to remember that such types just as often become Amaristas or Amezagas at higher levels.
Trahan, meanwhile, is the diminutive shortstop for the Ragin Cajuns, who the Angels scouts must have seen a lot of last season, as the team went to the well many times last June, plucking three separate players (Austin Robichaux, Caleb Adams, Michael Strentz) off of Louisiana at Lafayette’s College World Series club roster. Going back for one more dip in the first round seems like the stuff that loyalty programs are made of, and would be a bit disappointing. Trahan has had a bit of a quiet 2015, and sits in 60s in many draft scenarios, so could very well still be available at #70 if the Angels held fire.
If the Angels’ drafting team is bound and determined to select a shortstop, they may not do better than to pick Richie Martin. Martin shows up in the supplemental rounds of many sims, and may be falling under the radar a bit. He profiles as a true shortstop and will stick at the position, he had a blistering performance in the Cape Cod league last summer, and he’s put together a nice season with the Gators against decent competition. He has the speed that Kevin Newman lacks, though Keith Law has some doubts about his hit tool at higher levels. I’ve seen Law draw hasty generalizations based on single game observations, but he’s also an informed commentator, so caveat emptor.
The last two players mentioned here, Demi Orimoloye (we’re going to need Brad Pitt to help us pronounce that one) and Alonzo Jones, are to my mind the most intriguing names in the top 100 in this draft. As far as I know, the Angels are not connected to either, but these are the sorts of toolsy, high risk/high reward players that Eddie Bane used to love. As we can well recall, many of them simply don’t pan out, and it may be teams with several picks in the early rounds (eg, Houston, Atlanta) that take a chance on these guys.
Alonzo Jones, with a badass name Melvin Van Peebles or Tarantino could appreciate, is the Billy Hamilton of this draft. He’s a switch hitter with 80 speed and gap power, but no true position, though with the athleticism to play all over the field. As with Hamilton, we know that elite speed doesn’t guarantee that the bat will play among the world’s best competition, but the prospect is tantalizing. Finally, Demi Orimoloye is Canada’s top prepster, and has a 6’4″ beast mode body that any scout could dream on. Dreams with cameo shots of Vlad Guerrero and 40/40 mirrored ceilings stretching to the skies. He’s got an amazing backstory as a Nigerian emigree who may become the first African-born major leaguer. This is exactly the sort of player that makes you wish that the Angels had traded for a competitive balance round pick or two, as I imagine he’ll be gone by the middle of the second round.
…and two for the road.



*45
Chris Shaw
OF/1B
Boston College
Likely


*84
Christin Stewart
OF
Tennessee
Likely



Christin Stewart is an outfield bat with a questionable defensive profile that John Sickels is high on, and who he predicts may go higher than others are anticipating. He mentions him perhaps moving off the board between the 20th and 26th pick, so he clearly has Oakland and Anaheim in mind with that prediction.
Chris Shaw from Boston College broke his hand at a most inopportune time, but he has power for days, and might be someone to take a look at if he is still available late in the second round.
So that’s round one! Clearly my cards are on the table: D.J. Stewart, Donnie Dewees, Chris Betts. But there are acceptable alternatives should they be available when the first round comes to a close.
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Red Sox prospects daily: Matt Barnes is settling into Boston's pen

Matt Barnes to the pen seems to be good for the Sox, and good for Barnes.
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Red Sox vs. Rangers lineups: Castillo plays, Ortiz sits

It’s Rusney in, Ortiz out as the Sox start a four-game series in Texas.
Rusney Castillo is back in the Red Sox lineup Thursday night, playing right field and batting ninth as the Sox take on the Rangers in Texas.
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It's Rusney in, Ortiz out as the Sox start a four-game series in Texas. Rusney Castillo is back in the Red Sox lineup Thursday night, playing right field and batting ninth as the Sox take on the Rangers in Texas. BOSTON RED SOX TEXAS R... Continue reading
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What can we expect of the second stadium workshop today?
After the St. Petersburg City Council trashed seven years of stalemate over a a technicality, they held a workshop to discuss the Stadium situation and conversationally decided the Ray...
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Newcastle do the job. Finally. NUFC 2 - 0 WHU
It only took thirteen opportunities, but Newcastle United finally secured the points needed to keep them up.
Our club still has problems.  Make no mistake.  Finally, however, after three months of terrible performances and promises that "we'll get it right this time", Newcastle United's playing squad stood up and were counted.  It wasn't consistent, it was far from pretty and plenty of chances were left begging (I'm looking at you, Emmanuel Riviere).  The likes of Moussa Sissoko (for about 15 minutes total) and Vurnon Anita finally came good with the former scoring the opening goal of the match, while Vurn put in what was by light-years his best performance in the black and white shirt.
There is room for debate about whether we should cheer and to what extent we should do so – which I will leave for you to discuss – but it can be agreed that if you did not tear up at this moment, you may not be human:


After the cancer, the freezing out and the complete mistreatment by a club he demonstrably loves, Jonas Gutierrez scored the goal that absolutely confirmed that Newcastle would stay in the Premier League for what promises to be another long, painful season.  At the end of the day today, though, we know that the pain will be top flight pain and that  somehow, in spite of shipping them 6 points, we did finish above the makems.  Celebrate as you will... and we'll hit the ground running tomorrow.
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Jorge Linares vs Kevin Mitchell: Fight preview and analysis

Jorge Linares takes on Kevin MItchell in an intriguing lightweight matchup on Saturday.
The most exciting bout on a packed bill looks to be the match-up between Jorge Linares and Kevin Mitchell. It’s a meeting between two quality boxers who …

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Red Sox to place Daniel Nava on disabled list

Daniel Nava is making a surprise trip to the disabled list, bringing a close to the terrible two-month start of his season.
The Red Sox will place Daniel Nava on the disabled list according to John Tomase, with Robbie Ross the expected call-up from Pawtucket:

Daniel Nava will be placed on the disabled list, according to a major league source. Looks like Robbie Ross will get call to bolster pen.
— John Tomase (@jtomase) May 28, 2015

It’s not entirely clear what exactly ails Nava at this point. Obviously, it’s been rough going for him all year long, with a dismal .159/.250/.190 batting line that’s seen relatively little improvement in May. But coming off of Wednesday’s game, it was Rusney Castillo, absent after hurting himself on a diving grab Tuesday, that seemed in danger of a trip to the disabled list, not Nava.
For Nava’s sake, this gap in play will hopefully give him the chance to reset like he did in 2014. On June 4th, Nava returned to the Red Sox from Pawtucket the owner of a .130/.221/.234 batting line. But whatever happened in Triple-A, he looked more-or-less like his old self again, hitting .308/.379/.395 the rest of the way. The Red Sox need that on-base threat right about now, almost as much as they need to keep the Nava they’ve seen to this point out of the batter’s box.
Robbie Ross, meanwhile, will make what is already his fourth trip up from the minors this year. Or third if you don’t count his initial stint. His 5.14 ERA isn’t pretty, but he at least managed to eat some innings in Rick Porcello’s terrible start against Los Angeles, and can be used to keep the bullpen alive should disaster strike again.

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