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WASHINGTON - Mike Richards' lawyer says the Washington Capitals center will not appear in Manitoba Court on Thursday, as his trial on the charge of possession of a controlled substance has been adjourned to Feb. 25.

Toronto-based lawyer David M. Humphrey said in an email to The Associated Press that government officials asked to push back Richards' court date because it is awaiting the results of an investigation that was requested by the defense.

Richards was arrested when Canada Border Services Agency at the North Dakota-Canadian border caught him with a controlled substance crossing into Emerson, Manitoba, on June 17. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police charged Richards in August.

The 30-year-old from Kenora, Ontario, signed a $1 million, one-year deal with the Capitals in early January to resume his NHL career.

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lobo316 wrote: lobo316 wrote: this might be the dumbest charge laid in this thread



Anaheim Ducks defenseman Clayton Stoner is facing five charges under the Wildlife Act in his home province of British Columbia for his part in the illegal hunting and capture of a well-known grizzly bear, the Vancouver Sun's Larry Pynn reports.

Stoner's charges include hunting without a license, making false statements to obtain a license, hunting out of season, and one count of unlawful possession of dead wildlife stemming from an incident in May 2013.

He's scheduled to appear in a Vancouver provincial court Oct. 9 - the eve of Anaheim's season-opening game.

The bear, known as Cheeky, is said to have been "beloved" by First Nations people located on the province's central coast.



Proponents of animal rights gathered outside the Honda Center in Anaheim on Monday night to protest against Ducks defenseman Clayton Stoner, whofaces five charges for allegedly killing a grizzly bear in British Columbia over the summer.
Protesters at Ducks game calling for suspension of Clayton Stoner who killed a bear in Canada.#bearlivesmatter pic.twitter.com/YUizz3RPYt
— janis carr (@janiscarr) October 13, 2015
Harsh words for Stoner pic.twitter.com/LITCFUTlPy
— janis carr (@janiscarr) October 13, 2015
And just because pic.twitter.com/P0Wp8VhbVj
— janis carr (@janiscarr) October 13, 2015
Between 80 and 100 protesters were expected Monday prior to the Ducks' game against the Vancouver Canucks.





ABBOTSFORD, British Columbia - Anaheim Ducks defenseman Clayton Stoner is banned from hunting for three years and must pay $10,000 for killing a grizzly bear on British Columbia's central coast.
Stoner acknowledged through his lawyer Wednesday that he had breached the provincial Wildlife Act during the hunt in May 2013. Lawyer Marvin Stern says his client mistakenly believed he was qualified to participate.
Stoner wasn't in the Abbotsford court, and Stern pleaded guilty on his behalf to hunting without a license.
Provincial court Judge Brent Hoy accepted that Stoner thought he was qualified as a resident, but the law had still been breached.
The government dropped four other charges against Stoner, including knowingly making a false statement to obtain a hunting license, hunting out of season and unlawfully possessing dead wildlife.

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Johnny Manziel in the news once again.


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Police were called to investigate an incident involving Johnny Manziel this weekend. 
The Browns QB was not arrested and the Browns said they had no comment at this time. 


Police were called to investigate an incident involving Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel in Fort Worth, Texas on Saturday.

Fort Worth police said in a statement Saturday that officers were called to an apartment building around 2 a.m. about a possible assault. Police talked to a 23-year-old woman, who was not the caller, who said she had been involved in an incident earlier in the evening with her ex-boyfriend in Dallas. A preliminary investigation determined that a possible assault had occurred, though the woman refused to cooperate with officers and there was no evidence of a crime scene.

The woman also told officers she was concerned about her ex-boyfriend's welfare. Police officers attempted to locate him and later determined that he was safe and not in danger.

Fort Worth police said they are working with Dallas police to determine if any criminal offenses occurred.

When asked about the incident by ESPN, the Browns said they would have no comment at this time. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello told ESPN the league was aware of the incident and "looking into it.''

Manziel was questioned by police in October after a domestic incident involving his girlfriend at the time, though it was not immediately clear whether the same woman was involved in this incident.

In the October incident, several witnesses called police after seeing Manziel and a woman arguing in a vehicle. The argument escalated to the point that she tried to leave the car as it exited a highway.

Both Manziel and the woman admitted to arguing, and Manziel told police they had been drinking earlier in the day. The police officer made the determination that Manziel was not intoxicated and he was not charged. The NFL investigated the incident and announced in November that Manziel would not be disciplined.

It has been a tumultuous few months for the quarterback. Less than a week after being named the Browns' starter in mid-November, a video surfaced online of Manziel holding a bottle at an Austin, Texas, club during the team's bye week. The next day, then-Browns coach Mike Pettine announced that he was demoting Manziel to the third string for the next game.

A little more than a month later, Manziel was ruled out of the team's season finale with a concussion and did not attend the game. Reports surfaced that Manziel had been seen at a casino in Las Vegas that weekend.

Manziel spent 10 weeks in treatment for undisclosed reasons before this past season.

At the time of new Browns coach Hue Jackson's hiring earlier this month, a source close to the situation told ESPN's Dan Graziano that Manziel was discussed at length in meetings between Jackson and Browns ownership. In those discussions, Jackson indicated that if he were to become head coach he would prefer the organization part ways with Manziel, and Jackson was told that would not be a problem. Jackson said earlier this week that he had not talked to Manziel yet.



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from nydailynews.com:


Giants defensive tackle Jay Bromley is accused of trying to rape a woman 
Saturday morning at a Midtown hotel, police sources said.


Police are investigating a claim that Giants defensive tackle Jay Bromley attempted to rape a woman he had just met on Instagram at a swanky Midtown hotel early Saturday.

Bromley, 23, picked the 26-year-old woman up at her home early Saturday after meeting her on the picture sharing site, police sources said.

He took her to the Hyatt Herald Square Hotel on W. 31st St., where they got a room.

Once in the room, the woman performed oral sex on Bromley but then didn’t want to go further, sources said.

“At that point, something took place that she didn’t want to take place,” a police source with knowledge of the investigation said.

The woman claimed the hulking 6-foot-4 Bromley “became violent” and tried to rape her, sources said.

When the two parted ways a short time later, she demanded the football star drive her home but he refused, the sources said.

She jumped on top of the hood of his vehicle to stop him from leaving but he kept driving down the street, police sources said. The woman fell off the hood a few moments later, injuring her knees and legs.

The woman called police about 4 a.m. and was taken to Bellevue Hospital where a rape kit was performed, police sources said. 

NYPD Special Victims Squad detectives were investigating the allegations, officials said.

Bromley was not in police custody Saturday afternoon, officials said. No charges had been filed against him, police said.

Bromley, a Queens native, was drafted to the Giants in 2014 and played in college at Syracuse University. He played in all 16 Giants games in the 2015 season and was credited with 36 tackles, according to ESPN.com.

Calls to the gridiron star and his agent were not immediately returned.

According to his Instagram account — named Tape96 after the number on his Giants jersey — Bromley went to a recording studio around midnight and hung out with New Jersey hip hop recording artist Jay Watts.

He met his would-be victim between midnight and 4 a.m., police believe.

Bromley’s 12,700 Instagram fans were stunned by the defensive tackle’s alleged offensive rush.

“Please say it’s not true Jay,” said one fan with the Instagram handle ‘Dereklee80,’ “C’mon, U have so much potential.”

Bromley’s aunt Frances Nimmons defended the football star she has raised since she was a baby.

“I never heard of it, so it is not true to me,” Nimmons told the Daily News about the allegations. “Please stop calling my house.”

Bromley's sister, Stephanie Simmons, speculated the woman was making up the allegation.

"I think it's just money,” Simmons told the Daily News. “She's doing it for money, whoever she is."

The son of a crack addict and a pimp sentenced to 25 years in prison for beating one of his prostitutes to death, Bromley was left on the doorstep of a neighbor's house in Jamaica, Queens, in 1992 when he was just 3 months old.

Suspecting that the child belonged to her brother James Jones and his girlfriend Tyreine Bromley, Nimmons raced over and picked up the child.

In a 2014 interview with the News, Nimmons said Bromley had anger issues and would often get into fights growing up.

Bromley admitted he had a temper.

“All I wanted to do was fight people,” he told the News. “I’d get mad and I’d black out and you couldn’t control me.”

“It didn’t stop until I started playing football,” Bromley added. “Football really calmed me down.”

As his football career took off, Bromley moved from Queens to the Liberty Court Townhouses — a condo complex in Secaucus, N.J. — where neighbors say he is well liked.

"He's a very gentle man," said a neighbor who declined to give her name.

"I don't think he'd do that," she said of the rape report. “He's a very nice man."

A Giants spokesman said the team was “aware of the situation.”

“We have notified the league office per the league's protocol,” a Giants spokesman said in a statement. “We will have no further comment as we understand this is an ongoing investigation."



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One Broncos player is being sent home from Super Bowl 50 after getting ensnared in a prostitution sting Tuesday.

Just five days ahead of Super Bowl 50, rookie safety Ryan Murphy, a member of the Broncos practice squad, was involved in a prostitution sting with his brother in San Jose. Murphy, who is from Oakland, was questioned and released by police after they detained a suspected prostitute.

While Murphy wasn't charged, Broncos coach Gary Kubiak made the swift decision to send Murphy back to Denver.



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Benlen wrote: While Murphy wasn't charged, Broncos coach Gary Kubiak made the swift decision to send Murphy back to Denver.

Here is Kubiak's statement:

“Although practice squad safety Ryan Murphy was not cited by police, we decided it was best for the team if we continued our preparations for Super Bowl 50 without him,” Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak said in a statement released Tuesday night. “Ryan is returning to Denver, but his status as a practice squad player has not changed at this time.”



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Delmon Young, the veteran outfielder who spent the last two years with theBaltimore Orioles, was arrested Sunday after allegedly choking and threatening to kill a valet attendant at a Miami hotel in a slur-laden incident.
According to a Miami police report, the 30-year-old began choking a valet attendant after he refused to let Young onto an elevator to a club at a Brickell hotel. When he first told Young the club was closed, the outfielder became irate, calling the attendant a "stupid Cuban" and telling him to "open the (expletive) door." Though Young eventually walked away, he returned moments later and started uttering threats after the attendant repeated that the club was closed.
"I'm gonna (expletive) kill you, you Latin piece of (expletive)," the report said.
Young then placed his hands on the attendant's neck and strangled him for five to six seconds before the attendant managed to break free and run for help. The police were called shortly thereafter.
When police arrived at Young's condominium, he was naked from the waist down and "unsteady on his feet." Young's speech was slurred, and he was belligerent, telling one officer: "I'll slap you in the face with money, you (expletive) Cuban."


Young, a free agent, was arrested in 2012 and plead guilty to aggravated harassment after uttering an anti-Semitic slur and tackling a man to the ground in New York.

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from espn.go.com:


Bills RB LeSean McCoy was reportedly involved in an altercation with three off-duty 
police officers in Philadelphia over the weekend.



Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy is under investigation over an alleged assault of off-duty police officers at a Philadelphia nightclub, according to multiple reports.

A statement released Monday by Philadelphia police said that two off-duty officers, both 40-year-old black men and members of the city's police department, were involved in a fight with four black men, aged 26 through 30, around 2:45 a.m. Sunday in which the two off-duty officers suffered injuries.

Police did not identify the four suspects, but a man familiar with the investigation confirmed to The Associated Press that McCoy, who played six seasons for the Philadelphia Eagles, is one of the men under investigation. The man spoke on condition of anonymity because he is not authorized to publicly discuss the case.

Philly.com reported that police are seeking arrest warrants in the case.

The argument, which, according to multiple reports, took place inside the Recess nightclub in the Old City, started over ownership of a bottle of champagne, according to the police statement. Police said that "pushing and shoving" over the bottle led to one of the off-duty officers being knocked to the ground, and while he was on the ground, he was "punched, kicked and stomped about his body and head multiple times by all four suspects."

Another off-duty officer and club security helped break up the fight, and "all parties were ejected from the club," police said. The officer who was knocked to the ground went to a hospital, where he was treated for a cut to his right eye, a broken nose, broken ribs and a sprained thumb. The officer who broke up the fight was admitted to the hospital, where he received eight stitches over his left eye and was receiving treatment Monday for a possible skull fracture, police said in their statement.

John McNesby, president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 5, a police union, told Philly.com that the officers "look like they got the brunt of it."

CSNPhilly.com reported that Darnell Jessie, Roland Butler and Sergeant Daniel Ayers were the off-duty officers involved, although the report did not state which were injured. CSNPhilly.com also reported that former NFL running back Curtis Brinkley and one of McCoy's former teammates at the University of Pittsburgh, wide receiver Tamarcus "T.J." Porter, were among the suspects, as well as a fourth man, Christopher Henderson. It's unclear whether McCoy, or any of the other suspects, were injured in the incident.

According to CSNPhilly.com, the three officers purchased four bottles of champagne and Porter tried to take one of the bottles from Butler. After an argument broke out, the report states that McCoy, former Brinkley and Henderson "assisted [Porter]."

The four suspects, while not named by police in their statement, were "subsequently identified through photographs by complainants and by the security guards," police said. Surveillance cameras showed those involved being ejected outside the club, but the incident inside the club was not captured on video.

Of McCoy, McNesby added to Philly.com: "Maybe he should stay in Buffalo and carry on like an idiot in Buffalo."

McCoy's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, did not immediately return a message from the Associated Press seeking comment Monday.

The Bills said in a statement Monday that they are aware of the report and are gathering information.



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An update on the LeSean McCoy story.


from espn.go.com:

Arrest warrants are expected to be issued later Wednesday or Thursday for suspects in connection with an alleged nightclub assault against off-duty police officers that involved Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy, a high-ranking Philadelphia police official confirmed to ESPN's Mark Schwarz.

Philadelphia station WPVI reported that investigators recommended McCoy be one of the individuals charged with aggravated assault.

McCoy's lawyer told Outside The Lines' John Barr on Tuesday that his client will turn himself in if he is charged.

A source close to the investigation told ESPN that the off-duty police officers will face no internal disciplinary charges as a result of the alleged incident.

Philadelphia's District Attorney's office said Tuesday that they have received the case from police and are reviewing it for potential charges.

A statement released Monday by Philadelphia police said that two off-duty officers, both 40-year-old black men and members of the city's police department, were injured in a nightclub fight with four black men, aged 26 through 30, around 2:45 a.m. Sunday. CSNPhilly.com reported that a third off-duty officer was also involved in the fight.

Police did not identify the four suspects, but a man familiar with the investigation confirmed to Schwarz and The Associated Press that McCoy, who played six seasons for the Philadelphia Eagles, is one of the men under investigation. The man spoke on condition of anonymity because he is not authorized to publicly discuss the case.

The argument began over ownership of a bottle of champagne, according to the police statement. Police said "pushing and shoving" over the bottle led to one of the off-duty officers being knocked to the ground, and while he was on the ground, he was "punched, kicked and stomped about his body and head multiple times by all four suspects."

Another off-duty officer joined with club security to help break up the fight, and "all parties were ejected from the club," police said. The officer knocked to the ground was Roland Butler, according to CSNPhilly.com. He went to a hospital, where he was treated for a cut to his right eye, a broken nose, broken ribs and a sprained thumb. The officer who broke up the fight was also admitted to a hospital, where he received eight stitches over his left eye and was receiving treatment Monday for a possible skull fracture, police said in their statement. A police source told ESPN's Mark Schwarz that one of the officers also suffered an orbital fracture.

Both officers who had been hospitalized have now been released from the hospital.

A third officer, who was not listed in the incident report, has now filed a police report, ESPN has learned. A police source told Schwarz that this could mean the DA is trying to bring one more count, if charges are filed.

John McNesby, president of the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 5, a police union, told Philly.com that the officers "look like they got the brunt of it."

McNesby spoke to Barr on Monday to detail the extent of physical damage to the officers: "This was an all-out beatdown with broken bones and serious injuries. These officers are hurting. They're in pain. These are serious injuries."

McNesby did not get into details about who instigated the physical confrontation, though he defended the officers.



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from cbssports.com:


Shiloh Keo joined the Broncos in December. 


Broncos safety Shiloh Keo was arrested early Saturday in Idaho on suspicion of driving under the influence, according to the Denver Post.

Keo, 28, played at the University of Idaho and was a fifth-round pick of the Texans in 2011. He played in Houston from 2011-2014, and joined the Broncos in December after reaching out to defensive coordinator Wade Phillips about a possible spot on the roster.

Wade Phillips@sonofbum
@kaleo10 Keo--Josh was with us in camp and first 4 games-u know how much I think of u--hope that little Keo is doing well
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Shiloh Keo@kaleo10
@sonofbum I hear ya, still the same system tho. Little man is doing great. Keep me in mind tho if things don't pan out
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Keo and Phillips were together in Houston.

In Denver, Keo played in four regular-season games, and his biggest moment came in the divisional round against the Steelers when he recovered a late onside kick to seal the Broncos' victory.

Meanwhile, the team knows about Keo's arrest.

"We are aware of the matter involving Shiloh Keo and are in the process of reviewing it," said Patrick Smyth, the Broncos' vice president of public relations.

Keo could face a possible suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.



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Bart Hernandez, one of the most prominent MLB agents dealing with Cuban ballplayers, has reportedly been indicted on human-trafficking charges for his role in smuggling Leonys Martin into the United States, a source told Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports.

Arrested by federal agents Friday morning, Hernandez allegedly conspired with two already-convicted smugglers to illegally bring a Cuban national identified as L.M.T. - Leonys Martin Tapanes, sources told ESPN - into the United States, according to the indictment. Hernandez, who will appear in court Friday, reportedly turned down a pre-indictment plea offer.

In 2012, Martin detailed his harrowing defection process in a countersuit, wherein he alleged that a group of conspirators kept him captive in Mexico and kept his family confined to a Florida house for more than six months after leaving Cuba with intent to extort him once he received a contract from an MLB team.

During that time, Hernandez was effectively appointed as Martin's agent, and helped him negotiate a five-year, $15.5-million contract with the Texas Rangers, but the subsequent suit from Martin claimed he "did not voluntarily agree to have Hernandez represent him or sign any agreement of any nature with (him)."

Martin, who spent parts of the last five seasons with Texas, was traded to the Seattle Mariners in November.

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Dallas police have video surveillance of Johnny Manziel from the night he allegedly assaulted his ex-girlfriend, ESPN.com reports.

Although the police department did not announce what is on the video, an ESPN source said it shows an encounter between Manziel, his ex-girlfriend Colleen Crowley and a valet at the Hotel ZaZa in Dallas. According to an affidavit for a protection order, Crowley said that after arguing with Manziel in his hotel room, the Cleveland Browns quarterback led her down a back stairwell to the valet.

Crowley allegedly told the valet that she was "scared for her life," but the valet said that he didn't know what to do. At which point, Manziel threw her into the passenger seat of the car and they drove away.

Crowley says that Manziel hit her and then threatened to commit suicide while they were en route to Fort Worth.

Police spokesman Maj. Midge Boyle said Saturday that investigators have reviewed medical records provided by Crowley and that they could conclude their domestic violence investigation by next week.

Manziel hasn't been charged, but a judge did issue Crowley a protection order against him.

Police haven't interviewed Manziel, but spoke to several other witnesses. Boyle says police want to have their strongest case against Manziel before speaking to him.

The Browns are expected to release Manziel in March.

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Tennessee offensive lineman Mack Crowder was arrested Tuesday night in Pinellas County, Florida, for allegedly sending sexual pictures to someone posing as a 14-year-old girl.

Crowder faces five charges, one for the use of a computer to solicit a minor and four for sending "four photographs of his sexual organ to the 'minor'," according to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office arrest report.

The report also says Crowder repeatedly tried to solicit the 'minor' to engage in sexual acts with him during their conversations, which began on Jan. 21. Eventually, Crowder and the person he was communicating with online agreed to meet at an undisclosed Pinellas location, where he was arrested and charged.

Police say he admitted sending the photos and being aware the person he thought he was communicating with was 14 years old. The report says he was taken to Pinellas County Jail without incident.

The arrest is part of Operation Wayfarer, an ongoing operation by the sheriff's office that "targets adult males that are seeking out underage females on the internet for the purpose of engaging them in sexual activity."

Crowder's bond has been set at $50,000, according to WFLA.

Crowder, 23, started three games for the Volunteers in 2015, his fifth and final season with the team.



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Joseph Randle arrested.......again.


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Joseph Randle was arrested for the third time since the Cowboys cut him in November. 


Joseph Randle, who held a job with the Cowboys not too long ago, finds himself in trouble with the law ... again. On Sunday morning, Randle, who the Cowboys cut in November, was arrested in Kansas. He's been charged with battery, drug possession and criminal damage.

The news was first reported by TMZ Sports and was later confirmed by The Dallas Morning News, which cited court records in its article.

Randle has now been arrested five times in the past 17 months. Sunday's arrest also marks his second arrest this month. From our story on Feb. 1:

Per a report from the Dallas Morning News, Randle showed up at the home of his ex-girlfriend sometime shortly before 3 a.m. hoping to sleep there before driving back to Kansas, where he resides. He was not welcomed into the home and the residents called the police instead. Upon arrival, police ran a warrant check and discovered that Randle was wanted on a speeding charge by police in Coppell, Texas. He was then taken to the Irving Jail and his bail was set at $359.

Randle was also arrested in November after an altercation at a casino. Here's what we wrote at the time:

TMZ reports that Randle was asked to leave the casino because he was inebriated, and on the way out he spit on the floor and assaulted a security officer. Randle was booked on charges of felony criminal threats, misdemeanor assault of a law enforcement officer, interference with a law enforcement officer, battery, disorderly conduct and criminal trespass, according to KWCH.

His other two arrests stemmed from a shoplifting incident and, allegedly, domestic violence. So, if this story sounds familiar, it's because it should.

Before the 2015 season, Randle infamously declared that ex-Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray left "a lot of meat" on the bone even though he led the league in rushing. Randle rushed for 315 yards in six games this past season. The Cowboys eventually cut him.

Considering his legal history, Randle doesn't appear to have a future in the NFL. Even if he does return, he'll need to serve a four-game suspension first.



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TOKYO - Former Major League Baseball player Yamaico Navarro has been arrested in Japan for concealing a bullet in his luggage.

Navarro was arrested in Okinawa on Sunday evening, national broadcaster NHK reported.

The 28-year-old Navarro told police the bullet was from his home in the Dominican Republic but that he was not aware it was in his bag.

NHK reported that the bullet was discovered in his shoulder bag during a security check for a domestic flight at Okinawa's airport, a violation of Japan's firearms law.

Navarro, who played for several MLB teams including the Boston Red Sox, Kansas City Royals, Pittsburgh Pirates and Baltimore Orioles, had been participating in a training camp for the Japanese team Lotte Marines in Okinawa.

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