#1 He wanted to be with us from the beginning and he von corse178 10.09.2019 11:01

NEW YORK -- The Mets and Governor Andrew Cuomo honored the 2016 Little League World Series champions from Endwell, New York, prior to a game with the Miami Marlins on Wednesday.A group of 29 players, coaches, parents and siblings took the three-hour bus ride from Endwell to Citi Field. The players spent batting practice on the field, meeting the Mets players before Cuomo presented the team with an official New York State proclamation. Rather than read the entire proclamation to a room of 12-year-olds, Cuomo summarized, saying that as governor of the state of New York, we are all very, very proud of you and what you represent in your victory and your character and how you stand for all of the important virtues of this state.Endwell became the first U.S. winner since Huntington Beach, California, in 2011 and gave New York its first championship since 1964.I dont think they understand how big of an accomplishment it was, Endwell coach Scott Rush said. Today, they get to be kids.Rush threw out the games first pitch.Captain David Wright and pitchers Robert Gsellman, Seth Lugo, Logan Verrett and Jacob deGrom -- the five players on the roster that spent time with New Yorks Double-A affiliate in Binghamton -- joined CEO Fred Wilpon and general manager Sandy Alderson for a brief reception before the governor addressed the team.Binghamton is our hometown team, Rush said.Im jealous of you guys, Wright said. Ive never been able to capture that world title. So just know that Im going to shake your hand, but Im going to shake it with a little jealousy because Id like to be where you guys are for sure. Jamal Murray Nuggets Jersey . Jay Feely kicked a 41-yard field goal in overtime, and the Cardinals edged the Tennessee Titans 37-34 in overtime after blowing a 17-point lead late in the fourth quarter. 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The boxing Balderas brothers -- Carlos, the 2016 U.S. Olympic lightweight, and Jose, also a standout amateur -- are going pro as the first fighters to sign with promoter Richard Schaefers newly formed Ringstar Promotions.Schaefer, the co-founder and former longtime CEO of Golden Boy Promotions before an acrimonious split with Oscar De La Hoya led to his leaving the company in 2014, founded Ringstar this past summer. He is co-promoting a Showtime-televised card on Dec. 10 that is filled with Al Haymon-managed fighters, but he does not have agreements with any of them. With the Balderas brothers signing with him, Schaefer has two sought-after prospects, Carlos in particular, to build his company around.Carlos, who will fight professionally as a junior lightweight (130 pounds), and Jose, who will campaign as a bantamweight (118 pounds), signed promotional agreements last week, and the deals were announced on Monday.Carlos Balderas was one of the most sought-after Olympians coming out of the 2016 Summer Games, and I am so pleased that he, and his brother Jose agreed to join Ringstar Sports, Schaefer said. Carlos, Jose and their entire family are the type of people that we want to do business with at our company. I am going to do whatever it takes to make Carlos the face of boxing, and his brother will be right there with him.Both of these young men are exceptional fighters with great skills and even better work ethics. Most importantly, they have a desire to be great, and so does Ringstar. I am looking forward to getting started.Schaefer said that Carlos, 20, and the 21-year-old Jose, both of Santa Maria, California, will make their professional debut in late February in Los Angeles.These are two clean-cut young men who can fight and talk intelligently. We have two young men who have an opportunity to carry the fight scene here in Los Angeles, Schaefer said. For me, this is my No. 1 priority, to help them become superstars of the sport.The sons of Mexican immigrants, Carlos and Jose were introduced to boxing by their father (and trainer) Zenon and uncles Emiliano and David (their manager) and said the sport helped give them structure and keep them away from gangs and drugs when they were growing up.Im very, very excited for the future for me and my brother, Carlos said. Im thankful to Mr. Schaefer and excited to get the ball rolling and do big things. I was looking to turn pro even before the Olympics. The Olympics was a good experience, but I am more excited for the pros. Its something Ive been looking forward to for a while now.Said Jose: [Schaefer] is a very smart man and he has a vision for both of us for what we want to be, which is world champions and superstars.Carlos, who was 175-9 as an amateur and won various titles, advanced to the quarterfinals at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in August before losing to Cubas Lazaro Alvarez.ddddddddddddJose went 80-8 as an amateur.Carlos reminds me of a combination of Oscar and Fernando Vargas, and thats not a bad thing, Schaefer said. When you think about boxing in Los Angeles, and you go back to the days of the Olympic [Auditorium], there was [always] somebody who carries the Los Angeles and California boxing scene and was like the king of L.A. I believe that is missing today, but I believe the brothers will someday fill up the StubHub Center [in Carson] and the Staples Center.These kids have the skills inside the ring and they carry themselves the right way outside of the ring. The family still has a place in Mexico City and they are bilingual, so my plan is to also have them fight sometimes in Mexico. I am already in discussions with [Mexican television network] Televisa about them.Carlos was the target of several promoters, including Top Rank, Golden Boy and Japans Teiken Promotions, but Schaefer won the recruiting battle. I was myself. I think what I accomplished speaks for itself, he said. Carlos sparred with a lot of fighters, like Leo Santa Cruz and other guys [I worked with at Golden Boy], and when you ask the fighters what they think about me you get positive feedback. Im very much pro-fighter. Im there win or lose. Thats one of my strengths, my relationships. He saw that and liked that as well as my track record.Carlos said he and his brother decided to sign with Schaefer because they liked his honesty.He is a very trustworthy guy, a family man, Carlos said. He wanted to be with us from the beginning and he has the power and connections in Los Angeles, where my market is.Im looking forward to working with Richard for a long time. My brother and I chose Ringstar because we immediately felt comfortable with Richard. Im ready to start my career and grow my fan base. Im looking to do big things in this sport. Its not just about a paycheck. I want to win world titles and build a legacy.The brothers also became close with Raul Jaimes, one of Schaefers assistants, who Carlos said looked after him in Rio.My dad spoke a lot with these other promoters, Top Rank, Oscar, Mr. [Akihiko] Honda [of Teiken], Carlos said. I feel like they wanted to sign us just to sign us and not give us what we deserved. I didnt even want to have a meeting with them. They are very nice people but not the best decision for us to be with them.Said Zenon: Richard is a very smart man who is going to do amazing things for my sons. I know that my sons will be world champions. The question is, how many times? I believe that Richard has the mind to get us where we need to go. ' ' '

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