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Technolites is an action packed top down shooter with an epic animated adventure, fully voice acted. The first game in the genre to allow you to build your own ship, with dozens of unique parts and weapons. Technolites will be released in an episodic form. With the success of each episode leading to the development of further episodes. Once our goals are met for each episode(which will be posted) we will then continue the development process. Each episode taking about 2-3 months. Episode 1 will be released Sept 2018 and will introduce the story and characters to this adventure. The game will also include an endless level with leader boards to compete with your friends. In total there will be 5 episodes each with more weapons, cut scenes, game play and features.
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MESA http://www.diamondbacksfanproshop.com/a ... nke-jersey , Ariz. (AP) — Matt Chapman didn’t have a lot of time to savor his strong season — or the Oakland Athletics‘ surprise playoff run — during the winter.The 25-year-old third baseman had planned to have surgery on his right thumb after the season ended, but he also ended up getting an operation on his left shoulder in December. Both injuries had been bothering Chapman for a while.“The shoulder was kind of a fluke thing, but it was hurting me the last couple years,” Chapman said. “Just overuse. … I didn’t really think it was anything besides just being sore.”Now he’s ready to build on a year in which he hit 24 homers, won a Gold Glove and finished seventh in AL MVP voting.His preparation has been compressed because of the surgeries and Oakland’s early start to spring training and the regular season. The A’s will travel to Japan to play the Seattle Mariners in the season-opening series on March 20-21.“I think he’s right on schedule,” Oakland manager Bob Melvin said Friday. “We maybe got him in there a day earlier than we expected. He’s running up close to 20 at-bats, which I didn’t think we’d have right now. I think everything’s going great with him.”Chapman has been to the plate 16 times this spring, with four walks and four hits including a double and a home run.“Just getting more and more healthy and strong each day,” he said. “No excuses now.”The A’s won a surprising 97 games last year even with injuries to their entire starting rotation. Now they’re aiming even higher.“Hopefully continue to build on what we did last year,” Chapman said. “One hundred wins. Win the division. If your goals going into the season aren’t to win your division or make the playoffs, then what are you playing for?”Chapman thinks his defense can improve even after he won the Gold Glove and the Platinum Glove, given to the best overall fielder in the AL. He made 20 errors last season and wants to reduce that number.His defensive prowess invites comparisons to the NL Gold Glove third baseman, Nolan Arenado, who was just rewarded by the Colorado Rockies with an eight-year Randy Johnson Jersey , $260 million deal.“He obviously deserves that. He’s also (would have been) a free agent at 27, I’m gonna be 30. It’s a little different,” Chapman said. “That’s far in the future for me, but I’m off to a good start.”NOTES: LF Khris Davis (left calf strain) made his Cactus League debut on Friday. Davis, who has appeared in minor-league games this spring, was the designated hitter and batted cleanup. Facing San Diego prospect Chris Paddack, Davis struck out swinging on a 95-mph fastball in the first inning and flied to deep center in the fourth. Davis led the majors with 48 homers last season and drove in a career-high 123 runs. … A’s catcher Chris Herrmann underwent surgery on his right knee on Friday, Melvin said. The manager said there’s no timetable for his return. Josh Phegley and Nick Hundley, a non-roster invitee, are the top remaining catchers in Oakland camp, and prospect Sean Murphy figures to get the call from the minors later in the season. The system is absolutely broken, but not in the way that some people think."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Royals Trade Rumors & Hot StoveRoyals Minor Leagues & ProspectsRoyals Review ClassicRoyals Review Users GuideThe 100 Greatest Royals Of All TimeEveryone is missing the mark when it comes to free agencyNew,66commentsThe system is absolutely broken, but not in the way that some people think.ESTShareTweetShareShareEveryone is missing the mark when it comes to free agencyJerry Lai-USA TODAY SportsMike Moustakas signed a one-year deal with to remain with the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday night A. J. Pollock Jersey , and there were reactions a plenty across social media. There are a ton of folks out there who believe that Mike Moustakas should have gotten a multi-year deal for millions and millions of dollars. I am not one of those people. I wrote a while back that I thought the Royals would be wise to avoid giving Moose a long-term deal. They did, as did every other team in Major League Baseball. In my opinion, teams made the right choice, but that doesn’t mean that the system isn’t still broken.The current system is built to exploit mid-tier free agents like Mike Moustakas. There’s a crowd out there that believes Mike Moustakas belongs in the upper echelon of free agents, but that’s just remarkably inaccurate. Moose has been worth 13.2 fWAR for the entirety of his career (roughly six season’s worth of PA). That’s about 2.2 fWAR/season. Manny Machado has been worth 30.2 fWAR in about the same time frame. That’s just over 5 fWAR/season. When you weigh these two players, you’ll find that Moose has been worth roughly 43.7% of the value of Machado. So, in theory, he should be looking at 43.7% of the money, right? Machado is rumored to have offers anywhere in the range of $240-280M over 10 years. That means Moose should get something like 5 years and $55M, right? Wrong. For starters, there are a ton of things that separate Machado and Moustakas from being comparable on a linear scale. Moose is older, better in a clubhouse, while Machado is wildly more athletic, projects better long-term http://www.diamondbacksfanproshop.com/a ... nke-jersey , can play SS, and is still 26. But there’s an even bigger problem that baseball faces that seemingly no one on social media is willing to address.Major League Baseball saw record revenues in 2018 that surpassed TEN BILLION DOLLARS. Meanwhile:Over at Royals Farm Report, we’ve had the opportunity to talk with multiple minor league players. My former college roommate is a Minor League Baseball player. Multiple former teammates of mine play Minor League Baseball. I’ve had the opportunity to now coach kids who have played Minor League Baseball. The life that Minor League Baseball players live is often significantly below the poverty line. I’ve heard stories of guys sharing blow up mattresses with teammates in the living rooms of apartments. Three bedroom apartments housing six players. There is no place for that in a $10B industry. That doesn’t even make sense. Recently, Major League Baseball even went so far as to ensure that the minimum wage laws didn’t apply to minor leaguers in Arizona during Spring Training. What in the what?What’s more is the thievery taking place at the major league level. In what world does it make sense for Ronald Acuna Jr. and Juan Soto, two of the brightest young players in the game, to make $575,000 this season? Acuna isn’t even arbitration eligible until NEXT off-season. This has got to change. There is no excuse for Major League Baseball teams to get away with exploiting minor leaguers in 2019. There is no excuse for the minimum salary in Major League Baseball to be less than $2M. There are 256 Minor League Baseball teams rostering upwards of 7,500 minor leaguers. If each of these players were to receive a salary boost of just $30,000, that would cost Major League Baseball a grand total of $225M, or $7.5M per team. That’s it. $7.5M per team. That’s all I’m asking for. Let’s be even more conservative and say that number gets closer to $6M. You really think the Royals couldn’t afford to spend an extra $6M to adequately pay Minor League Baseball players for their services?So, how does all of this relate to major league free agency?Imagine if Minor League Baseball players were paid like normal people. Now, when they reach the big leagues, they expect big league pay. Move the minimum salary for a Major League Baseball player closer to $2M. Now Shelby Miller Jersey , in order for teams to fill a roster spot with a middling prospect from AAA, it’s gonna cost them a couple million dollars. Let’s say that player reaches arbitration and now earns $7-8M per year instead of $3-4M. Now would you rather have Johnny Replacement Level, or Mike Moustakas for $55M over the next five seasons?In any industry, the most difficult group of people to create is the middle class. Why do you think politicians shove it down our throat every four years? There's always going to be a small, elite group of people at the top of the food chain making way more money than everyone else (Stanton, Machado, Harper, Trout, etc.). There’s also going to be people at the bottom of the food chain willing to do the work cheaper than you just to have a job (rookie contracts). Enter the minimum wage. Minimum wages weren’t just built to protect the poor. When set appropriately, minimum wages can help protect entire economies. They give the middle class legs to stand on. They force the people at the top to pay reasonable wages to those at the bottom. The problem Major League Baseball is facing now is not at the top. It’s not even in the middle for guys like Mike Moustakas. The problem Major League Baseball has is at the bottom. Teams have been exploiting players at the bottom of the food chain for far too long and then holding that over their head when they reach free agency.Wanna fix free agency in Major League Baseball? Stop worrying about Mike Moustakas, and Derek Dietrich, and Mark Reynolds, and start fixating your arguments on the little guys.

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