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29.07.2019 03:30
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Daniel Bruno: Favourite sports jersey you always wore as a kid?Nick Jonas: Oh yeah, Im a big Yankees fan and Jeter was my guy. So, I always wore my Jeter jersey and when I started playing sone sports I always wore the number 2.DB: Nice. Did you get a chance to go to Yankee Stadium this year to watch him play in his last year?NJ: I couldnt make it out! I was shooting this show Kingdom that I did and every opportunity I had when he was in New York, something would come up and I couldnt go. So, I was bummed that I missed that.DB: So, speaking of Kingdom, you play an MMA fighter in that show. Whos your favourite fictional fighting character? You have Rocky Balboa, Jake La Motta from Raging Bull, lots of options.NJ: Well, since I play an MMA fighter, I think the best representation of the world that were in - MMA and UFC and all of that - is probably the movie Warrior.DB: Oh ya, great movie!NJ: Exactly. I think Tom Hardys character is great in that. #456605843 / DB: You play in a lot of these charity games, whether it be baseball games or whatever. Do you feel a chip on your shoulder in those games because other celebrities are like “Ah, its just the guy from the Jonas Brothers, he cant be that good.”NJ: Oh, of course! I definitely feel the need to give it a little extra. I played in a pigskin pro-am football game and I actually won MVP.DB: Actually, I think I saw the highlights of that on YouTube. You got pretty fired up after your touchdown.NJ: I had five that day (Says in a serious face, smirks and then laughs).DB: (laughs) Oh, nice!NJ: But its easy when Donovan McNabb is your quarterback.DB: So, youre going solo now. Do you feel like LeBron James leaving your old teammates you had all that success with and taking on new challenges?NJ: (Thinking) Well, I dunno. LeBron James is kind of a very specific refrence to basketball. I feel like in a way I feel really fortunate to have the support that LeBron has coming back home, like all of my fans who have supported me thus far, but also I have the opportunity to make new fans as well. That feels good.DB: So, lets a do a whos who of the Jonas brothers. If youre LeBron James, whos Bosh and whos Wade?NJ: Id say probably Kevin is Bosh because Id say that Bosh was kind of the glue for that trio, he held it together, but very under the radar. And Joes probably Dwyane Wade. Joe can take some really... bold choices in the fashion game, much like Dwyane Wade, but they always pull it off. And, you know, Im fine being LeBron.DB: Most recent album youve really enjoyed listening to front to back?NJ: Hmm, (thinking). Taylors album. I think she made a great record, I bought it and I listened to it all and I was like, "Wow, this is really impressive."DB: Last concert you actually bought tickets for and went to go see like a fan.NJ: Switchfoot.DB: Wow ya, long time ago.NJ: That was a long time ago. It was probably (thinking)... around 2006.DB: Why is this partnership with Duracell important to you and why is it an important cause to get behind this holiday season?NJ: My history with Childrens Miracle Network goes back pretty far. My brothers and I have all gone through different stages in our career, but we always found it pretty inspiring to do what we can to bring some smiles to these kids faces. Especially when theyre going through such tough stuff. And Duracell came to me with the opportunity to partner with them, I was over the moon. And also seeing how simple it would be to get other people involved. All it takes is going to Wal Mart, buying a pack of batteries and some of the moey from that purchase will go to the Childrens Miracle Network. And thats incredible because I can say first hand - I was diagnosed with diabetes 9 years ago - Ive spent some time in the hospital and I know how tough that can be. For these kids its a whole other level and they need that encouragement, especially during the holiday season.DB: Can you go BarDown?NJ: No, never.DB: Ever played ice hockey?NJ: I have once before and Im actually not bad on the skates. So, thats the first step.DB: Amazing, thats half the game.NJ: Im actually okay on skates, the only problem is, for me, I cant really (gesturing holding a golf club) because I play a lot of golf. I cant really get a feel for the stick and the wrist shots.DB: Ahhh, that makes sense, golfs a little more tight wristed than hockey.NJ: Yeah, its just a different thing. #482981359 / For the eighth year in a row, Duracells ‘Powering Holiday Smiles campaign will donate a years supply of batteries to hospitals across Canada in order to power lifesaving medical devices and the thousands of playroom toys and games that children and their families will be using this holiday season and beyond. In addition, for every pack of Duracell Quantum and CopperTop batteries that Canadians purchase at Walmart from December 1st to December 31st, 2014, Duracell will donate 20 cents to Childrens Miracle Network, with the goal to raise $150,000. To learn more about the campaign follow @Duracell on Twitter. Jerseys NFL Wholesale .James scored 29 points, including 16 in the first quarter, and the Cleveland Cavaliers broke a four-game losing streak with a 106-74 win over the Orlando Magic on Monday night. 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MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Twins had the right formula for successfully playing through the cold: a guy named Kyle Gibson. Unfazed by the subfreezing temperature at first pitch, Gibson pitched a career-high eight scoreless innings for the Twins in a 7-0 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday that opened a day-night doubleheader. Gibson (3-0) took the mound for the coldest start for an outdoor game in Twins history, 31 degrees, and breezed through a Blue Jays lineup that totalled 20 runs in the previous two games. He walked one, struck out four and scattered four singles. All he was missing was the ninth. He lobbied for 10 more pitches, but 105 were plenty for the Twins. "This early in the season were not going to mess with that kids arm. But that was a great performance," manager Ron Gardenhire said. Gibson had a rough rookie year in 2013, but the 2009 first-round amateur draft pick has been the early stalwart of the rotation that stumbled through the first two turns. He lowered his ERA to 0.93. "Especially toward the end, I was thinking about going nine innings. I wasnt thinking about the cold," said Gibson, recalling a couple of snow-covered games in college at Missouri. His parents travelled from Indiana to watch him play Thursday, and the 6-foot-6 right-hander was throwing first-pitch strike after first-pitch strike. "I know theres some Twins fans that dont like the pitch to contact, but if my sinkers sinking then Im doing myself a disservice by throwing ball one," Gibson said. Josmil Pinto highlighted a five-run fifth inning against R.A. Dickey (1-3) with a two-run double, missing a grand slam by a few inches. Trevor Plouffe also had two RBIs. But the story of the game was Gibson. "His fastball was sneaky and jumping on you pretty good," Toronto manager John Gibbons said. Gibson went 2-4 with a 5.63 ERA in 10 starts last season but has earned his spot back. "He was confident, really confident, and he showed that from day one of spring trainingg.dddddddddddd It wasnt like he was out there on a mission. He was just going his thing," Gardenhire said after the Twins beat the Blue Jays for just the fifth time in their last 22 meetings. After wintry weather forced postponement of Wednesdays game, workers scrambled all morning to melt snow and ice from the seating areas, and the grounds crew dried the warning track. The Twins even sent out a company-wide memo asking for help. Slush still sat along the edges of the plaza behind right field, and the highest seating level was closed off because it wasnt cleared in time, giving those customers an unexpected upgrade. The announced paid attendance was 20,507, but the actual number of people present was probably half of that at most. The previous lowest first-pitch temperature the Twins played in was 32 degrees on May 2, 1967, at Metropolitan Stadium. Their home was the covered, climate-controlled Metrodome from 1982-09. Dickeys knuckleball was moving all over the place. Needing 112 pitches to get 13 outs, Dickey didnt finish the fifth inning when the Twins batted around. His ERA rose to 6.26, after he allowed seven hits, five walks and five runs while striking out four. Jason Kubel, Kurt Suzuki and Chris Colabello also drove in runs for the Twins. "They did a good job of laying off really good pitches. I thought I got squeezed a couple of pitches, but outside of that it was one of those days where you werent putting the whole game together," Dickey said, adding: "Im traditionally a slow starter so hopefully I can get on track next time." NOTES: The last Twins pitcher to win each of his first three starts as a member of the opening day rotation was Livan Hernandez in 2008. ... Dickey is 1-3 with a 6.58 ERA in six career starts against the Twins. ... The Twins recalled former Yankees SS Eduardo Nunez, acquired via trade last week, from Triple-A Rochester to play 3B for the second game as the 26th man. The Blue Jays added OF Anthony Gose from Triple-A Buffalo. ' ' '

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