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Lea Michele Kisses Boyfriend Matthew Paetz While Wearing Skimpy Green Bikini in Italy: Sexy Pictures

Lea Michele Kisses Boyfriend Matthew Paetz While Wearing Skimpy Green Bikini in Italy: Sexy Pictures

See sexy pictures of Lea Michele kissing her new boyfriend Matthew Paetz while wearing a skimpy green bikini on a boat in ItalyThis article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Lea Michele Kisses Boyfriend Matthew Paetz While Wearing Skimpy Green Bikini in Italy: Sexy Pictures
Commonwealth Games: Maple Leaf raised at athletes village

Commonwealth Games: Maple Leaf raised at athletes village

Chantal Petitclerc has watched the Maple Leaf go up to the sounds of O Canada countless times over her illustrious 20-year career as a wheelchair racer.Monday afternoon, she wore the smile of a proud parent when the Canadian team marched in for the traditional flag-raising ceremony at the Commonwealth Games athletes village.PHOTOS: Canadians to watch in Glasgow "It's really an amazing experience being here, watching the athletes getting ready," Petitclerc said. "I've been retired six years now, so it's enough distance to actually know what it's like, but not wanting to be there myself because I've done it, but really wishing the best for all of them."The 44-year-old, who won 21 Paralympic medals including 14 gold, is Canada's chef de mission in Glasgow. She led some 100 Canadian athletes plus coaches and staff members into Monday's welcome ceremony."It's a very new feeling for me, because as you know athletes can be very egocentric. So after 20 years of thinking about myself and my own performance, it is a great feeling caring and wanting the best for all the other athletes," Petitclerc said.Canada is fielding a team of 265 athletes for the Games, and those in attendance Monday, decked out in their white and red Canada T-shirts and white track pants, were all smiles as the Canadian flag was raised and O Canada played.Bal Gosal, Canada's sports minister, greeted the athletes with a handshake.The festive ceremony on a sun-drenched afternoon featured a performance by young singers and dancers, some with fiddles and guitars.Susan Nattrass, a veteran of six Olympics and now five Commonwealth Games, will carry Canada's flag into Wednesday's opening ceremony (CBC, CBCSports.ca, 3:30 p.m. ET). She took the opportunity to mingle with her teammates."It's such an honour and you want to be very appreciative. And then you also really encourage everyone to enjoy it," Nattrass said."It's fun. I was talking to the (lawn) bowlers today. And the rugby guys. It's really fun and it's really interesting to see and meet with people and hear of their experiences."The athletes village, which sits in the shadow of Celtic Park — normally home to Celtic FC soccer club and the venue for Wednesday's opening ceremonies — was abuzz with athletes milling about at the nearby shopping area and hair and nail salon."We're really excited. The village has been great — feels like you're at home," said Kate Gillis, captain of Canada's women's field hockey team.Positive vibeThe positive vibe was a departure from four years ago when organizers were still rushing to finish the athletes village — amid complaints of unsanitary conditions — and sports venues at the Games in New Delhi.An outbreak of norovirus, a highly contagious gastrointestinal illness, made headlines in Glasgow last week after 53 employees at the athletes village fell ill. But Glasgow officials said the virus was under control, and shut down a temporary toilet facility that was identified as the likely source of the bug.Preparation for Glasgow has been otherwise smooth sailing. There have been no grumblings about venue construction, tickets are sold out for many events, and the athletes have raved about the athletes village.The only minor concern has been about the weather in a country known almost as much for its soggy conditions as its Scotch and its shortbread. But there was no rain in sight Monday as temperatures reached 22 C. And the forecast is even brighter, calling for sunny skies and temperatures that could soar as 26 this week.The Games feature some 4,500 athletes competing in 17 sports over 11 days. It's the only fully integrated major Games, with 22 Paralympic events in five sports.PHOTOS: International athletes to watch in Glasgow Petitclerc, who carried Canada's flag into the opening ceremonies at the 2006 Games in Melbourne, Australia, won gold over 800 metres at the 2002 Games — when Paralympic sports were given official status — and then again in 2006.The welcome ceremony, she said, represented the "last countdown" before the athletes' competitions begin."So every athlete is really trying to focus on their event and getting a little bit of butterflies, so it's a very important moment," she said. "At this point, physically, there's not much they can do except for resting, so it becomes a mental situation where you're really trying to find that good place in your head and just be good."That's how the village and the team is important because it can provide a home away from home."The Canadian team's goal is to reclaim its traditional spot among the top three in the medal table after finishing fourth four years ago in New Delhi behind Australia, England and host India. Canada claimed 76 total medals in 2010, including 26 gold, 17 silver and 33 bronze.
105-year-old woman throws out 1st pitch at Padres game

105-year-old woman throws out 1st pitch at Padres game

YOU GOTTA SEE THIS 105-year-old woman throws out 1st pitch at Padres game Agnes McKee impresses at Petco ParkBy Rod Perry, CBC Sports Posted: Jul 21, 2014 3:05 PM ET Last Updated: Jul 21, 2014 3:08 PM ETAgnes McKee, 105, was impressive in throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at the San Diego Padres game Sunday. (You Tube/screen grab/CBC Sports)Related StoriesTEAM PAGE: San Diego Padres 105-year-old Agnes McKee showed off her arm by tossing out the ceremonial first pitch at San Diego's Petco Park on Sunday before a game between the Padres and the New York Mets.The Oceanside, Calif., resident would have made 50 cent jealous with her underhanded effort.But watch for yourself here:Most of us likely can't even picture being alive at this age, meaning this lady is really, really awesome. Report TypoSend FeedbackComments on this story are moderated according to our Submission Guidelines. Comments are welcome while open. We reserve the right to close comments at any time.Submission PolicyNote: The CBC does not necessarily endorse any of the views posted. By submitting your comments, you acknowledge that CBC has the right to reproduce, broadcast and publicize those comments or any part thereof in any manner whatsoever. Please note that comments are moderated and published according to our submission guidelines.
The International 4: DOTA 2 championships hit frenzied final

The International 4: DOTA 2 championships hit frenzied final

The International 4, currently underway in Seattle, Wash., is being billed as the biggest sporting events of its kind.The video game championship, known simply as TI4 by the initiated, boasts a rapt audience of millions and a prize pool approaching $11 million.That's the richest purse yet for a video game tournament, but we're not talking some old school arcade rivalry.TI4 is a competitive event so huge it's beginning to blur the lines between online gaming and traditional sport.Four days of intense competition and fierce rivalry will come to an explosive finale Monday night as professional Defense of the Ancients 2 teams digitally slaughter each other in Seattle's Key Arena.Watch the grand final action at The International 4: Dota 2 here Fans go wild at the last year's match in Seattle. This year, all 10,000 tickets to watch the T14 live in Seattle's Key Arena sold out in about an hour. (David Ryder/Reuters)Defense of the Ancients 2 –or Dota 2 as it's more commonly called – is a multiple player battle arena game. While the game play is virtual, the money involved is very real.About 10,000 loyal fans paid up to $499 US each to watch the action in the sold-out Key Arena – tickets were snapped up within an hour of going on sale – but the screaming and jostling crowd in house is just a sliver of The International's true base.More Internet traffic than FacebookThe vast majority of the fans are following the action online – including 300 people in Toronto who actually rented a movie theatre so they could watch together – via live streaming site Twitch.tv.If you're not a gamer, or if you're over 30, you're probably not familiar with Twitch. It's a three-year-old network consisting of gamers, or streamers, and spectators logged on to watch them play.Watch: Eli Glasner's story Watching the Gamers tonight on The National on CBC Television 10 p.m./10:30 NT*Or on CBC News Network at 9 p.m. & 11 p.m. ET/PTDuring its peak hours the online broadcast site creates more Internet traffic than Facebook, and industry reports say Google is in talks to acquire Twitch for more than a billion dollars.For Twitch's estimated 45 million daily users, it's about engaging with like-minded people.Twitch for the uninitiated: Eli Glasner takes a video tour of the website here Twitch co-founder and CEO Emmett Shear told CBC Arts reporter Eli Glasner "not only are (users) watching these entertaining and hilarious streamers or really exciting eSports or really creative builders in Minecraft but you're also a part of a community of people talking about it and interacting."For the past four days, devoted Dota 2 fans have been absolutely buzzing about TI4 on sites like Twitch.When the tournament's victors are declared on Monday night, not only will they have seized a record-breaking multimillion-dollar pot, but the winners and their fans will have helped prove that competitive gaming is a powerful new a force in entertainment.Be sure to tune into The National tonight for the full story with Eli Glasner.
‘Star Wars: Episode VII’: J.J. Abrams Reveals X-Wing (Video)

‘Star Wars: Episode VII’: J.J. Abrams Reveals X-Wing (Video)

'Star Wars' X-Wing Revealed (Video) - Hollywood Reporter As the "Star Wars: Force for Change" contest enters its final week, Abrams is also offering fans a chance to see the highly-anticipated Episode VII early, by winning an advance private screening of the movie. By contributing at any level, participants will now be eligible for all prizes. PHOTOS Meet the 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Cast The charity campaign, which is organized through the Omaze fundraising platform, will fly one winner and a guest to the Star Wars: Episode VII set in London to meet the cast and get a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film. The winner will then be transformed into a Star Wars character and appear in the movie. Donors to "Force for Change" also receive other prizes, depending on the amount they pledge. The campaign raised more than $1 million within the first 24 hours of its launch, an Omaze record, and Disney has committed $1 million to the campaign. The "Force for Change" initiative raises funds and awareness for UNICEF Innovation Labs and programs that benefit the world's most vulnerable children. PHOTOS When You Wish Upon a Death Star: The Surprising Symmetry of Star Wars and Disney Fans can enter here for a chance to win a role in Star Wars and get an advance screening of the movie through 11:59 p.m. on Friday. Watch Abrams announce the chance to win a private screening, in which he also reveals an X-Wing Starfighter, in the video below. J.J. Abrams Star Wars: Episode VII 106 2 1 0 Email Print Photo GalleryView GalleryMeet the 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Cast (Photos) 8 Sports Legends Who Played and Stayed in L.A.Top GalleriesExclusive Portraits of Robert Griffin III, Ronda Rousey, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Photos) MOBA: Inside the Biggest Sporting Event You've Never Heard Of (Photos) 'Girls,' Tatiana Maslany and 18 More of the Biggest Emmy Snubs (Photos) Emmy Awards 2014: The Nominees (Photos) Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2014 (Photos) From the Galleries PHOTOS: Meet the 'Star Wars: Episode VII' CastNew faces join the original cast for J.J. Abrams' film. View gallery Michael Bay, Les Moonves Pose With LawyersTalent celebrate THR's top 100 entertainment lawyers in America. View gallery 'Star Trek Into Darkness' L.A. PremiereZoe Saldana hits the red carpet. View gallery NBC's New Shows: 'Ironside,' 'Blacklist'Projects from Jason Katims, J.J. Abrams and Rand Ravich highlight u... View gallery See More Galleries Follow Heat Vision Charlie Hunnam Says 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Is 'Brilliant,' Quitting Was 'Heartbreaking' Miley Cyrus Is The Latest Victim Of An Internet Death Hoax With A Skeevy Agenda Ready to let go of "Let It Go" ? Disney isn't. Mouse has five year plan for "Frozen" franchise 'True Blood' Turns Ted Cruz Fundraiser At George W. Bush Library Into A Bloodbath (SPOILER ALERT) The Leftovers Recap: You Are Hereby Summoned The Strain Recap: The Master’s Degree True Blood’s Nelsan Ellis on Saying Good-bye to Lafayette and Why Reunions Will Be Bittersweet The Decline of Harper Lee Jaime King Hosts Just Jared x REVOLVE Dinner in Malibu! Peter Facinelli Ditches LA for London! Jordin Sparks Wishes She Had Her Shades on at LAX! Seth Rogen Recommends His Favorite Summer Movies So Far! What's Hot On The Hollywood ReporterHollywood's Notable Deaths of 2014View gallery'The Good Wife,' Tatiana Maslany and 18 More of the Biggest Emmy Snubs (Photos)View galleryHollywood's 100 Favorite Films (Photos)View galleryEmmy Awards 2014: The Nominees (Photos)View gallery
Alex Anthopoulos looking to upgrade Blue Jays via trade

Alex Anthopoulos looking to upgrade Blue Jays via trade

Toronto general manager Alex Anthopoulos says he is looking to add to the Blue Jays by trade but danced around the issue of whether he can add payroll in the process.Can you take on additional salary, he was asked?"We can add players," Anthopoulos, who doubles as senior vice-president of baseball operations, said prior to Sunday's game against Texas. "We have the ability to have dialogue at any time. I don't see any reason why we won't be able to add players. And obviously players make money. No one plays for free."He declined to get into specifics when asked if it was dollar in, dollar out."Those are things we keep in house," he said. 'We have the ability to have dialogue at any time. I don't see any reason why we won't be able to add players. And obviously players make money. No one plays for free.'- Jays GM Alex Anthopoulos Toronto's current payroll is reportedly around $137 million US.The issue of whether the Jays had hit the salary ceiling has been raised since the pre-season when free agent pitcher Elvis Santana chose Atlanta over Toronto amidst reports that several Jays players had offered to restructure their contracts to find the funds to sign Santana."I think we have enough resources to do what we need to do," Anthopoulos said. "I think there's ways we can be creative. I don't have any doubt that we have the ability to add players. How that gets done, obviously we can always be creative."We have a very strong payroll, we're thrilled with it. Ownership has been outstanding with us from that standpoint."The GM said while there were no imminent trades, he was involved in talks in the "conceptual stage."Anthopoulos said offence was one area that needed improvement. Toronto (50-48 going into Sunday's game) had lost 18 of their last 27 games with many bats having gone quiet."Clearly offensively we haven't played as well as we can," he said.Health woesAnthopoulos, speaking to reporters in the Toronto dugout, was optimistic that a quick return to health to the likes of Edwin Encarnacion, Adam Lind and Brett Lawrie will boost the team."Our (No.) 4, 5 and 6-hole hitters are out. So getting those guys back is huge, no matter what," Anthopoulos said. "But we're going to look to add by trade as well. Hopefully both."The latest report is Lind (broken foot) and Encarnacion (quad strain) are making good progress and could be in rehab games by next weekend. Lawrie has tried throwing with getting his grip strength back next on the to-do list. The third baseman could swing a bat Monday.The GM acknowledged that usually teams that acquire big-league talent at this stage of the season are giving up futures to get it."It's rare that you see trades where both teams are going to improve their big league club."Asked if he was averse to parting with top prospects, Anthopoulos said it all depends on what you get back."You're always reluctant, but in the right context you certainly would do it."The GM said he believed teams may wait longer this season to make deals, because of the current parity and the fact that the extra wild card offers another road into the post-season.Money may also factor in any possible deal."There's plenty of deals where money gets exchanged," he said.
Impact can’t hold off Crew as slide continues

Impact can’t hold off Crew as slide continues

Recap Impact can't hold off Crew as slide continues Montreal drops 3rd straight gameThe Associated Press Posted: Jul 19, 2014 10:23 PM ET Last Updated: Jul 19, 2014 10:28 PM ETColumbus Crew forward Adam Bedell (left) heads the ball with Montreal Impact defender Matteo Ferrari (right) during the first half on Saturday. (Joe Maiorana/USA Today Sports/Reuters)Related StoriesBOXSCORE: Impact-Crew TEAM PAGE: Montreal Impact TEAM PAGE: Columbus Crew Bernardo Anor scored twice and the Columbus Crew ended a seven-game winless streak with a 2-1 victory over the Montreal Impact on Saturday.Columbus (5-7-8) drew within a point of the final playoff spot in the East. Montreal (3-10-5) remained with the fewest points in the league.Montreal opening the scoring in the 35th minute as Marco Di Vaio took a long pass from Justin Mapp, got past defender Giancarlo Gonzalez, and drilled a right-footed shot past Crew goalkeeper Steve Clark from the top of the box.The Crew evened it in the 56th minute. Tony Tchani found Anor in space and his left-footed shot eluded Montreal goalkeeper Evan Bush.Anor scored the winner in the 74th minute. He collected a loose ball near midfield, took a couple of dribbles and fired to beat Bush. Report TypoSend FeedbackComments on this story are moderated according to our Submission Guidelines. Comments are welcome while open. We reserve the right to close comments at any time.Submission PolicyNote: The CBC does not necessarily endorse any of the views posted. By submitting your comments, you acknowledge that CBC has the right to reproduce, broadcast and publicize those comments or any part thereof in any manner whatsoever. Please note that comments are moderated and published according to our submission guidelines.
The CW’s Mark Pedowitz on the The 100′s Success, Wanting Another Supernatural Spin-off, and Why Beauty and the Beast Lives On

The CW’s Mark Pedowitz on the The 100′s Success, Wanting Another Supernatural Spin-off, and Why Beauty and the Beast Lives On

Headinglive from beverly hills, it's tca!TitleThe CW's Mark Pedowitz on the The 100's Success, Wanting Another Supernatural Spin-off, and Why Beauty and the Beast Lives OnBy Kaitlin Thomasstaff22 hours ago29 Comments3 2Hello from the Television Critics Association summer press tour! Mark Pedowitz, president of The CW, bravely stood before critics and fangirls like myself this morning to discuss all kinds of CW-y things, like how Beauty and the Beast survived the chopping block while Carrie Diaries and Star-Crossed did not, why The 100 will have a relatively short run in Season 2, and whether a Supernatural spin-off is still a possibility. Here's what he had to say:On Beauty and the Beast's surprise renewal:In a cruel twist of fate, the widely panned drama Beauty and the Beast was the subject of more questions than any other show, thanks to one reporter who brought it up so many times during the session that Pedowitz offered to send him the box set. As for the reason Cat and Vincent managed to escape death this season, it essentially came down to the fact that Beasties be crazy (and also money): [The show] has a very engaged fanbase," Pedowitz said. "It has a very big international following. We brought it back because... it's a very profitable show for everybody." As for what's to come in Season 3, "[Cat and Vincent are] out in public. They're a couple. They have to find a life together. [Executive producer Brad Kern] has a really good place to go in terms of their discovering cases, working together as they go forward. He is a medical doctor in the show. And you know what? He'll get his license back."On Hart of Dixie:The heartwarming dramedy's fourth season will run for only 10 episodes as opposed to the usual 22, and while Pedowitz didn't explain the reason for that, he did say that Season 4 won't necessarily be the end for Bluebell. The network is waiting to see how the midseason shakes out before they schedule the series. "We’re excited to see what happens," he said.On The CW's ratings:Pedowitz joked that he's "just happy to have viewers," but noted he's been trying to move away from being a network just for teenage girls. "Arrow was the first step to that," he said, noting that with the addition of Whose Line Is it Anyway, the network's ratings have been skewing slightly older in recent years. But he has a firm grasp on what viewers want from his network, which is "interesting characters in serialized form" and not standard procedurals.Speaking of Whose Line Is It Anyway?, it's renewed!The CW has ordered a new cycle of 24 half-hour episodes to debut in 2015.On why The Carrie Diaries, Star-Crossed, and The Tomorrow People were canceled:As is the case with most cancellations, it all comes down to ratings. Pedowitz said he wishes he could've given The Carrie Diaries another season, but despite performing well digitally—which is why the show was renewed for Season 2—the ratings weren't there and streaming numbers didn't make it economically feasible to renew it for Season 3. As for Star-Crossed, Pedowitz said he appreciates the fans' passion and understands that's what makes shows work, but there weren't enough of them to keep the show going forward. The Tomorrow People simply didn't generate the audience on air or online to warrant another season.On why The 100 found success:Pedowitz believes in the power of the midseason and credited showrunner Jason Rothenberg for the series' rise, citing the show's grittiness as the reason it found success when so many other shows did not. "He made a gritty show out of something that was maybe not unique at first, but we made unique to ourselves." He also noted that The 100 has a solid fanbase, as well as a strong digital presence. Season 2, which premieres Wednesday, October 22, will run for 16 episodes (an increase from Season 1's 13 episodes, but not a full 22-episode season) in order to keep the story tight.On the future of Supernatural and why Supernatural: Tribes failed:According to Pedowitz (and probably everyone with eyeballs), Supernatural: Tribes "creatively didn't get where we wanted it to go." The network is open to another spin-off, however, and waiting to hear from producers Jeremy Carver and Robert Singer regarding another story. "I would love to get a Supernatural franchise done," he said. "I think it’s a great franchise and has a lot of legs." Pedowitz also said he sees Supernatural OG continuing beyond 10 seasons.On whether The CW is interested in doing even more shows based on comic book characters, including Wonder Woman:Pedowitz is open to picking up another show centered on a DC Comics character. "If there's one there, we will do it," he said. "At the moment, there's no development on Wonder Woman. We do know that Wonder Woman will appear in the Justice League movie. We do not know whether or not she'll become a TV character again. If she is, and we can get the rights, we will do it."And finally, on the potential for totally obvious crossovers:As long as it's organic to the story, Pedowitz said there's a possibility for future crossovers between The Vampire Diaries and The Originals. He also said that Arrow and The Flash will be introducing more villains from the DC universe, and that you might see characters shifting back and forth between the two shows.TV.com's 2014 Fall Preview:New Shows, Network Schedules, Trailers, and More
New Music: Twista Ft. Chief Keef x Stunt Taylor “Friend Of Me”

New Music: Twista Ft. Chief Keef x Stunt Taylor “Friend Of Me”

My thoughts exactly, This is trash noise. Twista is greater than this ….like wow. First the dark horse low budget local looking video..now this… As a longtime Twista fan, i’m genuinely dissapointed cause Twista is amazing. He’s so much better with a major label.Hoping for better. Cause he demolishes all his features always ! He deserves bigger better beats, better features, better branding, better money. .

2 BLACK THUMBS DOWN

And where is the first singles ” video? It’s yours….

Dan Uggla waived by Braves

Dan Uggla waived by Braves

The Atlanta Braves did everything they could over the last year to find a team willing to trade for struggling second baseman Dan Uggla.There were no takers.Uggla's frustrating, four-year tenure with the Braves ended Friday when the team requested unconditional release waivers on a former starter still guaranteed over $18 million US for the remainder of this year and next."We've been very active making calls for the last month," general manager Frank Wren said. "We got to a point where we realized that this was probably our only avenue."Uggla received the news during an early afternoon meeting at Turner Field with Wren and manager Fredi Gonzalez."He was professional, just like he always has been and always will be," Gonzalez said. "Now he goes out and he can explore other opportunities. Somebody will give him a chance, and we wish him the best of luck."In his fourth season with the Braves, the 34-year-old Uggla was batting .162 with two home runs and 10 RBI in 48 games and 130 at-bats.He had a 33-game hitting streak in 2011, the franchise's second-longest, but also struck out 495 times in 451 games over the last three years.Uggla was benched permanently on May 28 when the Braves purchased the contract of second baseman Tommy La Stella from Triple-A Gwinnett.The team's patience with Uggla appeared to wear thin last Sunday when he was suspended one game for reporting just 30 minutes before the start of a game at the Chicago Cubs.Uggla, a three-time NL All-Star, hit .179 with 22 homers and 55 RBIs last year and underwent corrective eye surgery last summer. He struggled so much that he was left off the post-season roster after losing his job to Elliot Johnson, a journeyman claimed off waivers in late August.Acquired from MarlinsThe Braves reinserted Uggla as the starter at the beginning of spring training this year, but he hit .212 in April and .080 in 25 at-bats during May."It wasn't because he didn't prepare or didn't work hard," Wren said. "He did all those things, so I can't answer what happened from a performance standpoint."The Braves recalled utility man Tyler Pastornicky from Gwinnett to take Uggla's spot on the 25-man roster before Friday's game against Philadelphia.Atlanta acquired Uggla on Nov. 16, 2010 when Wren traded infielder Omar Infante and reliever Mike Dunn to the Marlins. Wren soon signed Uggla to a five-year contract worth approximately $62 million."When we made the deal, right-handed power was of the most difficult things to acquire," Wren said. "It was the perfect fit at that time. Even the first year, Dan hit 36 home runs, and we felt like this was the perfect match. It didn't continue to fit as well."After meeting with Wren and Gonzalez, Uggla spoke with several teammates before leaving the clubhouse seemingly for the last time."It's obviously a tough day for me," first baseman Freddie Freeman said. "He was beloved by everybody in this clubhouse. He came in here every day and worked hard. He already told us he wants to go on [to another team]. It's definitely going to take a while for me [to get over]."Added right fielder Jason Heyward, "He always hustled, did not complain one time, wanted to be in the lineup. There's not enough good things we can say about him."With 67 games remaining, the Braves are tied for first place in the NL East with Washington. Wren likes the makeup of his roster now, but will continue to consider ways to improve before the trade deadline later this month."We have some really good pieces and we have some good, young players [in the minors] that we think can help us in the second half," Wren said. "We'll look for ways to improve our club internally, maybe externally, but we do think that the foundation of a real good ballclub is here."
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