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MLB makes small pace of game changes, passes on bigger steps

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February 20th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

NEW YORK (AP) – Major League Baseball is making some changes to speed up the length of games but it won’t implement some of the more radical proposals to make games shorter. The league and the players’ union announced an agreement Friday to enforce the rule requiring a hitter to keep at least one foot in the batter’s box in most cases. MLB also will post stadium clocks timing pitching changes and between-inning breaks.

MLB did not institute many of the ideas experimented with during the Arizona Fall League, such as a 20-second clock between pitches, a limitation of pitcher’s mound conferences involving catchers and managers, and no-pitch intentional walks. Penalties for violating the new rules start May 1 and will involve only fines. In the AFL, strikes and balls were called against violators.

(Podcast) KJAN Sports report, 2/20/2015

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February 20th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

The 7:20-a.m. Sportscast w/Chris Parks.

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Girls High School Basketball Postseason Weekend Schedule

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February 20th, 2015 by Chris Parks

Friday, February 20th- All games at 7:00pm

Class 1A Region 2 Semifinals

Glidden Ralston @ Exira-EHK (Elk Horn)
Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn @ George-Little Rock (George)

Final Monday, February 23rd 7:00pm at Ida Grove

Class 1A Region 7 Semifinals

Grand View Christian vs. Martensdale St. Mary’s (@ Saydel)
Mt. Ayr @ Bedford

Final Monday, February 23rd 7:00pm at Truro

Class 1A Region 8 Semifinals

Essex @ Fremont-Mills (Tabor)
Ankeny Christian @ Adair-Casey

Final Monday, February 23rd 7:00pm at Red Oak

Class 2A Region 1 Semifinals

Lawton-Bronson @ Western Christian (Hull)
Council Bluffs St. Albert vs Logan-Magnolia (@ Harlan)

Final Monday, February 23rd 7:00pm at Moville

Class 2A Region 7 Semifinals

Van Meter at Panorama (Panora)
Pella Christian at Des Moines Christian (Urbandale)

Final Monday, February 23rd 7:00pm at Adel

Class 2A Region 8 Semifinals

Treynor at IKM-Manning (Manning)
I-35 at Central Decatur (Leon)

Final Monday, February 23rd 7:00pm at Stuart

 

Saturday, February 21st

Class 3A Region 8 Final

Kuemper Catholic vs. Red Oak (@ Harlan 5:00pm)

Class 4A Region 7 Semifinals

Winterset at Perry (8:00pm)
Creston at Indianola (8:00pm)

Final Tuesday, February 24th at WDM Valley

Class 4A Region 8 Semifinals

ADM at Harlan (7:00pm)
Glenwood at Council Bluffs Lewis Central (7:00pm)

Final Tuesday, February 24th at Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson

Class 5A Region 2 Semifinals

Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln at Dowling Catholic (WDM) (7:00pm)
Ankeny at Ames (7:00pm)

Final Tuesday, February 24th at TBD

Area boys high school basketball scores from Thu., 2/19/15

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February 20th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

Carroll 63, Harlan 52
Denison-Schleswig 67, Atlantic 64

1A District Substate Quarterfinals
Bedford 68, Lenox 54
Diagonal 61, Mount Ayr 45
Earlham 69, East Union, Afton 28
Adair-Casey 49, Coon Rapids-Bayard 48
Griswold 53, Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 40
Nodaway Valley 75, Glidden-Ralston 42
Paton-Churdan 59, Audubon 47
Clarinda Academy 50, East Mills 45
Fremont Mills, Tabor 71, Heartland Christian 59
Sidney 56, Riverside, Oakland 36
Stanton 62, Nishnabotna 49
Ar-We-Va, Westside 63, Charter Oak-Ute 40
Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto 78, Logan-Magnolia 26
St. Albert, Council Bluffs 90, West Monona, Onawa 80
Tri-Center, Neola 74, Boyer Valley, Dunlap 65, OT

2A District Substate Semifinals
Panorama, Panora 54, West Central Valley, Stuart 21
Shenandoah 68, A-H-S-T-W, Avoca 58
Treynor 67, Underwood 39
IKM-Manning 71, Kuemper Catholic, Carroll 69

Iowa halts two-game skid, routs Rutgers, 81-47

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February 20th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Jarrod Uthoff scored 14 points and Iowa defeated Rutgers 81-47 Thursday night. The win snaps a two-game losing streak for Iowa (16-10, 7-6 Big Ten), and is just the third win in its last eight games. Iowa coach Fran McCaffery and his team have a favorable schedule down the stretch too, as just two of their final five opponents have a winning conference record.

The Scarlett Knights (10-17, 2-12) never really competed in what became their 10th-straight loss, a streak that started immediately after they, somehow, beat No. 4 Wisconsin, 67-62, at home in Piscataway. Uthoff’s 14, on 5-of-9 shooting, led all scorers. Aaron White added another 13 with eight boards. Rutgers had just two players score in double figures — Myles Mack had 11 and D.J. Foreman scored 10.

Friday State Wrestling Schedule

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February 20th, 2015 by Jim Field

Today is the second day of the state wrestling tournament in Des Moines.  Today schedule looks like this:

  • 9:00 am to 1:00 pm – Class 3-A & 2-A quarterfinals & second round consolation
  • 2:30 pm to 5:45 pm – Class 1-A quarterfinals, Class 3-A semifinals and 3rd round consolation, Class 1-a second round consolation
  • 7:30 pm to 8:40 pm – Class 2-A semifinals and third round consolation
  • 8:45 pm to 10:00 pm – Class 1-A semifinals and third round consolation

We will have live coverage with reports at:

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  • 11:35 am
  • 11:15 pm
  • 4:30 pm
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  • 8:00 pm (halftime of basketball game)
  • 9:05 pm
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State Wrestling Team Scores – Day 1

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February 19th, 2015 by Jim Field

Class 3-A:

1. Southeast Polk 39.5
2. Bettendorf 26.5
3. Prairie Cedar Rapids 22.5
4. Fort Dodge 22.0
5. North Scott, Eldridge 17.0
6. Pleasant Valley 16.0
7. Fort Madison 15.5
8. Dubuque Hempstead 15.0
9. Cedar Rapids Jefferson 13.0
9. Iowa City West 13.0
9. Valley, WDM 13.0
12. Ankeny Centennial 12.0
12. Keokuk 12.0
12. Waverly-Shell Rock 12.0
15. Dowling Catholic, WDM 11.5
16. Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 10.0
16. Epworth, Western Dubuque 10.0
16. Johnston 10.0
16. Linn-Mar, Marion 10.0
16. Oskaloosa 10.0
21. Ottumwa 9.0
21. Sioux City North 9.0
23. Cedar Falls 8.0
23. Cedar Rapids Kennedy 8.0
23. Dallas Center-Grimes 8.0
23. Glenwood 8.0
23. Lewis Central 8.0
23. Waukee 8.0
29. Clinton 7.0
29. Waterloo East 7.0
31. Ames 5.0
32. Des Moines East 4.0
32. Des Moines North-Hoover 4.0
34. Ankeny 3.0
34. Burlington 3.0
34. Indianola 3.0
34. Marshalltown 3.0
34. Mason City 3.0
34. Urbandale 3.0
40. Xavier Cedar Rapids 2.5
41. Carroll 2.0
41. LeMars 2.0
41. Newton 2.0
41. Sioux City East 2.0
45. Boone 1.0
45. Storm Lake 1.0
47. Davenport Central 0.0
47. Des Moines Roosevelt 0.0
47. Maquoketa 0.0
47. Pella 0.0
47. Waterloo West 0.0

Class 2-A:

1. Mediapolis 21.0
2. Creston/Orient-Macksburg 19.0
3. Crestwood 16.5
4. Assumption, Davenport 16.0
5. Union 15.0
6. Clear Lake 13.0
6. Osage 13.0
8. Albia 11.0
9. Columbus Community, Columbus Junction 10.0
9. Denver/Tripoli 10.0
9. Forest City 10.0
9. North Fayette Valley 10.0
13. Ballard 9.0
14. ADM 8.0
14. Central Lyon/George-Little Rock 8.0
14. Clarinda 8.0
14. Independence 8.0
14. Saydel 8.0
14. Solon 8.0
14. Wahlert, Dubuque 8.0
21. Gilbert 7.5
22. Decorah 7.0
22. Garner-Hayfield/Ventura 7.0
22. Sergeant Bluff-Luton 7.0
25. Carlisle 6.0
25. Hampton-Dumont 6.0
25. Iowa Falls-Alden 6.0
25. Washington 6.0
25. Webster City 6.0
30. Bedford/Lenox 5.0
30. Bondurant-Farrar 5.0
30. Central Decatur, Leon 5.0
30. Grinnell 5.0
30. Mid-Prairie, Wellman 5.0
30. West Delaware, Manchester 5.0
36. Center Point-Urbana 4.5
37. Algona 4.0
37. Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 4.0
37. Centerville 4.0
37. Charles City 4.0
37. Greene County 4.0
37. Missouri Valley 4.0
37. MOC-Floyd Valley 4.0
37. Mount Vernon 4.0
37. West Liberty 4.0
46. Camanche 3.0
46. Chariton 3.0
46. Clear Creek-Amana 3.0
46. East Marshall/GMG 3.0
46. Fairfield 3.0
46. Knoxville 3.0
46. New Hampton 3.0
46. Oelwein 3.0
46. Roland-Story, Story City 3.0
46. Sheldon/South O`Brien 3.0
46. Sioux Center 3.0
46. Spencer 3.0
46. Spirit Lake Park 3.0
46. Vinton-Shellsburg 3.0
46. West Burlington/Notre Dame/Danville 3.0
46. Western Christian, Hull 3.0
46. Williamsburg 3.0
63. Benton Community 2.0
63. Cherokee 2.0
63. Humboldt 2.0
63. Louisa-Muscatine 2.0
63. PCM, Monroe 2.0
63. Pocahontas Area 2.0
63. Red Oak 2.0
63. Waukon 2.0
71. Aplington-Parkersburg 1.0
71. Atlantic 1.0
71. Perry 1.0
71. Winterset 1.0
75. Central Clinton 0.0
75. Estherville Lincoln Central 0.0
75. Southeast Valley, Gowrie 0.0
75. Woodward-Granger 0.0

Class 1-A:

1. Alburnett 28.0
2. Don Bosco, Gilbertville 21.0
3. Southeast Warren, Liberty Center 20.0
4. Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 19.5
5. Sibley-Ocheyedan 16.0
6. Lisbon 12.0
7. Logan-Magnolia 11.0
7. Maquoketa Valley, Delhi 11.0
9. Sumner-Fredericksburg 9.5
9. West Marshall, State Center 9.5
11. Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 9.0
11. South Central Calhoun 9.0
11. Wilton 9.0
11. Woodbury Central, Moville 9.0
15. South Winneshiek, Calmar 8.5
16. Central Springs 8.0
16. Highland, Rverside 8.0
18. Alta-Aurelia 7.0
18. Iowa Valley, Marengo 7.0
18. Regina, Iowa City 7.0
18. Sigourney-Keota 7.0
18. Tipton 7.0
23. Westwood, Sloan 6.5
24. AGWSR 6.0
24. English Valleys, North English 6.0
24. Lake Mills 6.0
24. St. Edmond, Fort Dodge 6.0
24. Underwood 6.0
24. West Fork, Sheffield 6.0
30. MFL MarMac 5.5
30. North Butler, Greene 5.5
30. Riverside, Oakland 5.5
33. Belmond-Klemme 5.0
33. Clarksville 5.0
33. Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 5.0
33. Manson Northwest Webster 5.0
33. Newman Catholic, Mason City 5.0
33. North-Linn, Troy Mills 5.0
33. Panorama, Panora 5.0
40. Audubon 4.0
40. Belle Plaine 4.0
40. Dike-New Hartford 4.0
40. Exira/ElkHorn-Kimballton 4.0
40. Guthrie Center 4.0
40. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 4.0
40. Hinton 4.0
40. Lone Tree 4.0
40. Moravia 4.0
40. New London 4.0
40. Saint Ansgar 4.0
40. West Lyon, Inwood 4.0
52. North Cedar, Stanwood 3.0
52. OA-BCIG 3.0
52. Ogden 3.0
52. Southwest Iowa 3.0
52. West Branch 3.0
57. Nashua-Plainfield 2.5
58. B-G-M 2.0
58. Edgewood-Colesburg 2.0
58. Emmetsburg 2.0
58. Griswold 2.0
58. Hudson 2.0
58. Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn/RU 2.0
58. Martensdale-St. Marys 2.0
58. Mount Ayr 2.0
58. South Hamilton, Jewell 2.0
58. Treynor 2.0
58. Tri-Center, Neola 2.0
58. Wapsie Valley, Fairbank 2.0
70. Akron-Westfield 1.0
70. East Mills 1.0
70. H-L-V, Victor 1.0
70. Interstate 35, Truro 1.0
70. Nodaway Valley 1.0
70. Rockford 1.0
70. Starmont 1.0
70. West Monona, Onawa 1.0
78. AHSTW 0.0
78. Bellevue 0.0
78. Collins-Maxwell-Baxter 0.0
78. East Buchanan, Winthrop 0.0
78. East Union, Afton 0.0
78. Jesup 0.0
78. Lawton-Bronson 0.0
78. Lynnville-Sully 0.0
78. Northwood-Kensett 0.0
78. Okoboji, Milford 0.0
78. Pleasantville 0.0
78. Postville 0.0
78. Sioux Central, Sioux Rapids 0.0
78. Wapello 0.0
78. Woodbine 0.0

Thursday Class 1-A State Wrestling Results

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February 19th, 2015 by Jim Field

First Round:

  • 106 – Wyatt Crocker, Logan-Magnolia beat Cody Fisher, South Winnesheik 11-4
  • 106 – TJ Schott, Iowa City Regina beat George Appleseth, Panorama FALL 5:23
  • 106 – Tatum Bluml, Riverside beat Hunter Pfantz, West Marshall TF 18-0 4:50
  • 113 – Alex Thomsen, Underwood beat Joel Becerra, A-H-S-T-W FALL 1:30
  • 120 – Hadley Ogg, Griswold beat Chase McLaughlin, Lisbon 8-6
  • 120 – Bryce West, Highland beat Ben Freese, Nodaway Valley FALL :26
  • 126 – Nick Mangrich, Don Bosco beat Christian Danker, A-H-S-T-W 7-0
  • 126 – Nick Williams, Lisbon beat Christian Polley, Tri-Center 3-1
  • 132 – Trent Johnson, Dike-New Hartford beat Alec Moorman, East Mills 5-2
  • 132 – Dylan Schuck, Sibley-Ocheyeden beat Tucker Bluml, Riverside MD 15-4
  • 138 – Luis Uribe, South Winnesheik beat Jake Mulford, Audubon 3-2
  • 138 – Tanner Abbas, Clarion-Goldfield-Dows beat Dakota Moss, Southwest Iowa 7-5
  • 138 – Tanner Sloan, Alburnett beat Jacob Vogl, Riverside FALL 3:04
  • 145 – Brad Kerkhoff, Audubon beat Coleby Bratrud, Northwood-Kensett 7-1
  • 145 – Garrett Sayler, Sibley-Ocheyeden beat Brady Wilson, Logan-Magnolia FALL 1:45
  • 152 – Bryce Paul, Alburnett beat Josh Hopkins, East Mills 3-2
  • 152 – Sawyer Amling, Edgewood-Colesburg beat Brady Charbonneau, Logan-Magnolia 9-2
  • 152 – Lane Boender, Sigourney-Keota beat Trevor Smith, Audubon FALL 2:32
  • 160 – Cody Kingery, Underwood beat Sal Arzani, I-35 8-4
  • 170 – Dale Hilleman, West Marshall beat Riley Wohlers, Logan-Magnolia FALL 3:30
  • 182 – Steven Gregory, Treynor beat Mason Lyons, Bellevue 7-1
  • 182 -Austin Laabs, Guthrie Center beat Derek Kohlmeyer, Sumne-Fredericksburg 5-3
  • 182 – Evan Hansen, Exira/EHK beat Cruz Vera, AGWSR Fall 2:53
  • 195 – Zach Hickson, Don Bosco beat Drake Johnsen, Logan-Magnolia FALL 1:29
  • 195 – Jed Van’t Hof, West Lyon beat Lane Ring, Exira/EHK 9-6
  • 220 – Cale Crowder, Guthrie Center beat Robbie Carrothers, Alburnett 3-2
  • 220 – Marcus Brody, Panorama beat Bret Blackburn, Southwest Iowa 3-2
  • 285 – Luke Worden, Belmond-Klemme beat Coy Maher, Riverside FALL :13
  • 285 – Houston Cloeman, Sibley-Ocheyeden beat Gabe Shafer, Woodbine injury default

First Round Consolation:

  • 106 – George Appleseth, Panorama beat Justin Severson West Lyon FALL :59
  • 113 – Jeremy Schmitz, Don Bosco beat Joel Becerra, A-H-S-T-W FALL 3:08
  • 120 – Ben Freese, Nodaway Valley beat Alex Hanna, Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont 12-5
  • 126 – Jake Wulf, OA-BCIG beat Christian Danker, A-H-S-T-W 8-2
  • 126 – Christian Polley, Tri-Center beat Austin Pontier, I-35 MD 13-2
  • 132 – Tucker Bluml, Riverside beat Alec Moorman, East Mills 7-5
  • 138 – Jake Mulford, Audubon beat Kyle Green, Sibley-Ocheyeden 10-1
  • 138 – Cole Fox, Don Bosco beat Dakota Moss, Southwest Iowa 7-2
  • 138 – Jacob  Vogl, Riverside beat Sebastian Berg, Akron-Westfield 11-5
  • 145 – Brady Wilson, Logan-Magnolia beat Coleby Bratrud, Northwood-Kensett 10-8
  • 152 – Josh Hopkins, East Mills beat Jared Johnson, West Marshall 6-2
  • 152 – Brady Charbonneau, Logan-Magnolia beat Trevor Smith, Audubon MD 11-3
  • 170 – Riley Wohlers, Logan-Magnolia beat Brogan Kinyon, East Union FALL 3:42
  • 195 – Drake Johnsen, Logan-Magnolia beat Lane Ring, Exira/EHK FALL 4:24
  • 220 – Bret Blackburn, Southwest Iowa beat Charles Robertson, Collins-Maxwell-Baxter FALL 3:11
  • 285 – Cody Thompson, Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire beat Coy Maher, Riverside FALL 1:28
  • 285 – Tim Butcher, Northwest Webster beat Gabe Shafer, Woodbine Forfeit

Thursday Class 2-A State Wrestling Results

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February 19th, 2015 by Jim Field

First Round:

  • 106 – Josh Keller, Columbus Community beat Kole Hansen, Atlantic/CAM FALL 5:18
  • 113 – Jared Hensley, Bedford/Lenox beat Travis Pulse, Davenport Assumption MD 17-7
  • 113 – Duncan McCain, Mid-Prairie beat Carter Cox, Atlantic/CAM 6-5
  • 120 – Freedie Seeley, Webster City beat Trevor Marlin, Creston/O-M FALL 3:16
  • 126 – Derek Fox, Osage beat Austin Gutknecht, Clarinda 6-2
  • 126 – Nick Rounds, Missouri Valley beat Max Wehage, Vinton-Shellsburg FALL 2:36
  • 132 – Chase Lienhard, Crestwood beat Wyatt Thompson, Creston/O-M 3-1
  • 132 – Dusten Reed, Bedford/Lenox beat Drew Davis, Independence 5-0
  • 138 – Spencer Wray, Creston/O-M beat Austin Moen, Saydel MD 10-1
  • 138 – Trevor Harsh, ADM beat Austin Williamson, Atlantic/CAM MD 10-0
  • 145 – Tanner Mertz, Red Oak beat Keagan Putnam, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 2-0
  • 145 – Joey Huntington, Creston/O-M beat Zack Konz, Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 9-5
  • 152 – Bradley Conley, Mediapolis beat Reid Nichols, Atlantic/CAM 5-1
  • 152 – Bryce Leshen, Albia beat Luke Strong, Clarinda FALL 4:47
  • 160 – Chase Schiltz, Creston/O-M beat Trevor Nelson, Solon MD 14-3
  • 170 – JJ Clark, Clarinda beat Cade Baker, Garner-Hayfield/Ventura FALL 3:11
  • 170 – Beau Sorenson, Forest City beat Drake Roller, Atlantic/CAM MD 12-1
  • 182 – Trey Stickler, Clarinda beat Tanner Shirk, Union 10-8
  • 195 – Matt McMillan, Independence beat Christian Lauritsen, Clarinda 5-1
  • 195 – Seth Maitlen, Creston/O-M beat Zach Lamphere, Oelwein 5-1
  • 220 – Kadon Hulett, Creston/O-M beat Zach Ostendorf, ADM FALL 1:13
  • 285 – Jared DeVoe, Clarinda beat Brody Koerselman, MOC-Floyd Valley 6-3
  • 285 – Jake Gutschenritter, Creston/O-M beat Colten Smolders, Sioux Center FALL 3:48

First Round Consolation

  • 106 – Sinjin Briggs, Gilbert beat Kole Hansen, Atlantc/CAM 1-0
  • 113 – Nick Meling, East Marshall/GMG beat Carter Cox, Atlantic/CAM FALL 4:34
  • 120 – Connor Murphy, Clear Creek-Amana beat Trevor Marlin, Creston/O-M FALL :13
  • 126 – Austen Gargano, Humboldt beat Austin Gutknecht, Clarinda 7-2
  • 132 – Wyatt Thompson, Creston/O-M beat Austin Staudt, Charles City 4-3
  • 138 – Trae Pecinovsky, Crestwood beat  Austin Williamson, Atlantic/CAM FALL 2:50
  • 152 – Reid Nichols, Atlantic/CAM beat Race Brant, Woodward-Granger 4-1
  • 152 – Graeson Dall, Solon beat Luke Strong, Clarinda 6-3
  • 170 – Vic Malloy, Williamsburg beat Drake Roller, Atlantic/CAM 10-3
  • 195 – Levi Duwa, Mid-Prairie beat Christian Lauritsen, Clarinda FALL :30

Chilly start for Cardinals as pitchers and catchers report

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February 19th, 2015 by Ric Hanson

JUPITER, Fla. (AP) – For the St. Louis Cardinals, the start of spring training happens to coincide with the coldest day of winter in Florida. Pitchers and catchers reported Thursday in 50-degree weather. The Cardinals are beginning preparations for a run at a fifth consecutive playoff berth, and a dozen pitchers played catch in the chill before the first formal team workout Friday.

Among them were left-hander Jaime Garcia and right-hander Michael Wacha, both coming back from injuries. Ace Adam Wainwright made a brief visit to the complex but didn’t throw. Position players aren’t due to report until Tuesday, but some are already in camp, including newcomer Jason Heyward. He was acquired from the Braves in a trade, along with right-hander Jordan Walden.