The "Jersey Shore" alum seemed to be enjoying her single status as she celebrated her 28th Birthday at Bounce Sporting Club on Friday, an upscale sports bar located in the flatiron district.
Surrounded by a large group of around 30 people, the former reality star was spotted hanging with her girlfriends and sipping Moet Champagne.
Demeter had cups of coffee in 1959 and ’60 with Cleveland and Detroit, totaling two hits in 23 at-bats. “I feel like I had a little strength from above this evening,” Dietrich said.
“My grandfather taught me everything about the game of baseball.” “It’s an organization I always remembered,” Dietrich said.
"I wish him the best but I'm focused on me right now." Magro also talked about the end of their relationship at the premiere of Jenni "JWoww" Farley's movie, "Jersey Shore Massacre." "We just grew our separate ways," he told Us Weekly. I love her as a person and I care about her but we went our separate ways.
That's it." "At the end of the day, we went through a lot of stuff together," he added.
In a year where hype for the American League Most Valuable Player Award centers around Mike Trout, Jose Altuve and Mookie Betts, the Mariners second baseman has a dark horse candidacy.
We are no longer together," she told reporters at the time.While he doesn’t have the automatic clout of an Albert Pujols, Miguel Cabrera or Ichiro Suzuki, who’d be Hall of Famers if they retired tomorrow, there’s a chance Cano will finish his career with 3,000 hits and 400 home runs.If the soon-to-be 34-year-old sticks to his career averages of about 180 hits and 20 home runs, give or take, he’ll get his 3,000th hit somewhere around age 38, his 400th home run sometime before he turns 40.Cano also has a reasonable shot at 80 WAR, topped by just five second basemen, namely Rogers Hornsby, Eddie Collins, Nap Lajoie, Joe Morgan and Charlie Gehringer.Sammi "Sweetheart" Giancola has moved on from former fiance Ronnie Magro!
Hideki Matsui was 2-for-2 with two walks, and the Yankees (96-62) moved one game ahead of the Tigers for the best record in baseball and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs."The best lineup I've seen in my life," Baltimore catcher Ramon Hernandez said. 2 hitter in the league is hitting ninth, that's telling you something."That would be Cano, who went 1-for-3 and is batting .343, an average that trails only Minnesota's Joe Mauer (.350). Bernie Williams and Melky Cabrera began the night on the bench and each wound up getting a hit."Wow! New York heads into the postseason with pitching questions _ Randy Johnson has been pushed behind Mike Mussina to start Game 3 because of his bad back _ but the Yankees' bats look mighty, with every starter getting a hit and scoring a run.