The security guard told Harris he would take care of it. However, cops say that Harris got back into his vehicle and pulled it into a gravel area near where Armstrong was. Harris is accused of punching Armstrong in the face, and he allegedly hit him repeatedly while the victim was on the ground.
Gary Sanchez hopes to be in rehab game by end of the week and says he isn't feeling discomfort in his groin right now
“He’s definitely closer, but nothing today. He’s not doing anything today, no strengthening or anything like that,” Boone said. “The hope is that we are ramping that up tomorrow and hoping that at some point he’ll have a bat in his hands. But again, it all comes down to when his range of motion, which is really good right now, but getting to that end point (of the swing) is where we got to get that pain out of there. That feeling has to go away at the end point. Once that happens, he’ll get a bat in his hands and from there it starts to progress pretty quickly.”
Group of black school girls asked to leave New Jersey gift shop in viral video where worker says they 'aren't welcome'
The worker at Jenkinson’s Aquarium Gift Shop in Point Pleasant, N.J., who identified herself only as “Linda,” booted the 12- and 13-year-olds from her store for not having a chaperone. But when they returned with a supervising adult, the girls claimed they were “yelled at” while white kids in the store were browsing unsupervised, according to northjersey.com.
Roessler, nicknamed ‘Six’ because of his uniform number, is on the other side as the hitting coach of the Mets these days, but remains a popular figure in the Yankee clubhouse as an influential figure in the cultivation of the Bombers. For nearly a decade until 2013, Roessler was the Yankees’ head of player development – overseeing the evolution of Bird, Brett Gardner, Aaron Judge and Miguel Andujar, among others.