Paramedic Safety Prioritized – London Ambulance Service Rolls Out Body-Worn Camera Solution From Motorola…

first_img Paramedic Safety Prioritized – London Ambulance Service Rolls Out Body-Worn Camera Solution From Motorola Solutions Twitter WhatsApp Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 23, 2021 Pinterest WhatsApp Twittercenter_img TAGS  Facebook Motorola Solutions´ VB400 body-worn video solution. Pinterest Local NewsBusiness Previous articleBoston plays Dallas, looks to end road slideNext articleNIMR unterzeichnet strategische Kooperationsvereinbarung mit Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

United freeze season ticket prices

first_img United’s season ticket prices range from £532 to £950 and the club’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward was writing to all current season ticket holders plus fans groups IMUSA and MUST on Friday to inform them of the freeze. The club announced in November that revenue was down by almost 10 per cent for the first quarter of the financial year, a consequence of the failure to qualify for this season’s Champions League. However the record kit deal with adidas and a 49 per cent growth in sponsorship income means the club remains profitable and United is able to absorb the financial shortfall without resorting to raising ticket prices. Manchester United have announced a freeze on season ticket prices for the fourth year in a row despite the financial blow of missing out on the Champions League. Press Associationcenter_img The club have announced the prices for the 2015-16 campaign and the rise in commercial income from sponsors has allowed the club to freeze prices once more for the fifth time in six years. United said in a statement: “The club is delighted to announce that season ticket prices have been frozen for the 2015-16 season. This represents the fourth consecutive season, and the fifth time in six years, that prices have been held.” last_img read more

Dodgers 2018 spring training primer: Starting rotation

first_imgAs the Dodgers head toward the first workout of spring training on Feb. 14, we are providing breakdowns of how they stand with their roster by position groups. This week, the starting rotation:2017 RECAPFor the second season in a row, the Dodgers lost their ace, Clayton Kershaw, to a back injury that sidelined him for weeks. And, for the second season in a row, it didn’t really matter. Buoyed by the midseason addition of Yu Darvish, the Dodgers’ uncommon depth allowed them to absorb the loss of top prospect Julio Urias to shoulder surgery as well and still finish with the lowest rotation ERA (3.39) in the majors.HOW IT LOOKS RIGHT NOWThough he remains unsigned, Darvish won’t be back – he is too expensive for the Dodgers’ prime directive (get the payroll under the luxury tax threshold). But the rotation remains fully stocked with Kershaw, Rich Hill, Alex Wood, Kenta Maeda and Hyun-Jin Ryu all back. Young arms Walker Buehler, Brock Stewart and Dennis Santana represent the depth with Tom Koehler and Ross Stripling (ticketed for the bullpen now) as starting options if the Dodgers get needy.THE NEXT LAYERFor the second year in a row, the Dodgers anticipate integrating one of the top pitching prospects in baseball into their rotation. It didn’t go very well last year – Urias struggled until undergoing shoulder surgery which will sideline him until (optimistically) the second half of the 2018 season. This year’s model is Buehler. The 23-year-old right-hander got a taste of the big leagues as a September call-up, making eight appearances out of the bullpen. He figures to be in the Dodgers’ rotation at some point in 2018, but the Dodgers will handle him with care – he had Tommy John surgery shortly after being taken in the first round of the 2015 draft and has yet to throw 100 innings in a season as a professional. MOVES THEY COULD MAKENowhere is the Dodgers’ new-age approach to roster building and management more apparent than in their handling of starting pitchers. Twice through the opposing lineup was often all they asked of their starters. The 10-day DL was used as a rest stop, allowing the Dodgers to stretch the boundaries of a five-man rotation – 115 of their regular-season games were started by pitchers on more than the standard four days’ rest. Depth is required to make that work. Don’t be surprised if the Dodgers dip into baseball’s bargain bin before spring training to add some more experienced depth than Buehler, Stewart and Santana. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more