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  3. Mariners go slow with rookie pitcher Walker

    robinson cano fangraphsp> PEORIA, Ariz. - The Seattle Mariners continue their go-slow approach with right-handed pitcher Taijuan Walker, who got a late start on throwing workouts after reporting to camp with some shoulder soreness.Walker threw two bullpen sessions last week without any setbacks, but club officials then put him on the shelf for a few days as a precaution. He is tentatively scheduled to return to the mound today.”That’s the plan,” manager Lloyd McClendon said. “Keep moving him forward. He has a couple of scheduled days off, and then he’ll get back out there.”Eyes on BeimelVeteran lefty reliever Joe Beimel is ticketed for duty in Thursday’s spring opener against San Diego after some encouraging sessions in his ongoing recovery from Tommy John surgery.”I like what I’ve seen to this point,” McClendon said. “The ball is coming out real nice. The velocity is up. He’s got late movement in the zone.”Beimel, 36, spent last season at Class AAA Gwinnett in the Atlanta system - compiling a 4.36 ERA in 30 games - after missing all of 2012 because of reconstructive-elbow surgery. “He’s an interesting guy,” McClendon said. “He’s a veteran guy who has had success. He’s pitched in big ballgames. It’s a matter of health.”Beimel pitched for McClendon in Pittsburgh from 2001-03 and has logged time with Minnesota, Tampa Bay, the Los Angeles Dodgers, Washington and Colorado while going 24-32 with a 4.21 ERA in 567 games over 11 years.On the bumpSan Diego lists left-handed pitcher Eric Stults as its starter Thursday for the Cactus League opener against the Mariners at Peoria Stadium.The Mariners are expected to start right-hander Erasmo Ramirez and also use Blake Beavan, Logan Kensing, Lucas Luetge, Tom Wilhelmsen, Beimel and Danny Farquhar.ZIPS linesRobinson Cano will produce a .284/.349/.462 slash (batting average, on-base percentage and slugging percentage) with 22 homers and 85 RBI in 156 games, in the just-released ZIPS projections on www.FanGraphs.com.Right-hander Felix Hernandez will go 13-9 with a 3.07 ERA and 220 strikeouts in 2111/3 innings in the computations by Dan Szymborski. You can see projections for all of the Mariners at this link: http://bit.ly/1k5whBC.Intrasquad plansThe Mariners will simulate game conditions for the first time this spring today in an intrasquad game. Emphasis on simulate.Plans call for the game to last no more than five innings, and the projected starting lineups contain few front-line players. One notable exception: Brad Miller and Nick Franklin are the starting shortstops.The projected pitchers are mostly long shots to make the roster. Lefty Roenis Elias will start for one side, followed by Hector Noesi, James Gilheeney, Logan Bawcom and Jonathan Arias.Lefty Anthony Fernandez will start for the other side, followed by Andrew Carraway, Stephen Kohlscheen and Chance Ruffin. The tentative lineups:C Jesus Sucre, 1B Jesus Montero, 2B Ty Kelly, SS Miller, 3B Nate Tenbrink, LF Cole Gillespie, CF James Jones, RF Stefen Romero and DH Chris Taylor.C Manny Pina, 1B Ji-Man Choi, 2B Carlos Triunfel, SS Franklin, 3B Hector Noriega, LF Jabari Blash (up from minor-league minicamp), CF Abraham Almonte, RF Xavier Avery and DH Burt Reynolds. Short hopsKen Griffey Jr. created a stir by making a camp appearance … The Mets are showing interest in Franklin, according to an ESPNNewYork.com report … Not that it means anything, but the Mariners shook up their infield hitting groups. Franklin and Logan Morrison replaced Miller and Justin Smoak in the first group with Cano and Kyle Seager. Miller awww.FanGraphs.com.Right-hander Felix Hernandez will go 13-9 with a 3.07 ERA and 220 strikeouts in 2111/3 innings in the computations by Dan Szymborski. You can see projections for all of the Mariners at this link: http://bit.ly/1k5whBC.Intrasquad plansThe Mariners will simulate game conditions for the first time this spring today in an intrasquad game. Emphasis on simulate.Plans call for the game to last no more than five innings, and the projected starting lineups contain few front-line players. One notable exception: Brad Miller and Nick Franklin are the starting shortstops.The projected pitchers are mostly long shots to make the roster. Lefty Roenis Elias will start for one side, followed by Hector Noesi, James Gilheeney, Logan Bawcom and Jonathan Arias.Lefty Anthony Fernandez will start for the other side, followed by Andrew Carraway, Stephen Kohlscheen and Chance Ruffin. The tentative lineups:C Jesus Sucre, 1B Jesus Montero, 2B Ty Kelly, SS Miller, 3B Nate Tenbrink, LF Cole Gillespie, CF James Jones, RF Stefen Romero and DH Chris Taylor.C Manny Pina, 1B Ji-Man Choi, 2B Carlos Triunfel, SS Franklin, 3B Hector Noriega, LF Jabari Blash (up from minor-league minicamp), CF Abraham Almonte, RF Xavier Avery and DH Burt Reynolds. Short hopsKen Griffey Jr. created a stir by making a camp appearance … The Mets are showing interest in Franklin, according to an ESPNNewYork.com report … Not that it means anything, but the Mariners shook up their infield hitting groups. Franklin and Logan Morrison replaced Miller and Justin Smoak in the first group with Cano and Kyle Seager. Miller and Smoak joined the second group with Bloomquist and Mike Zunino. … McClendon continues to tout Stefen Romero as a strong outfield candidate. “He’s certainly in the mix,” McClendon said. “He’s going to get an opportunity to see what he can do.”

     

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  8. Irish comedian Brendan O’Carroll picked up another gong tonight, this time at the National Television Awards (NTAs) in London.

    The award for comedy went to his hit BBC series ‘Mrs Brown’s Boys’.

    O’Carroll said the audience had “been so generous”, adding: “We just wanted to make a comedy show that makes people laugh.”

    Geordie duo Ant and Dec triumphed again, picking up a handful of gongs and getting the royal seal of approval.

    The pair, who won the entertainment presenter award for the 13th year running, also saw ‘I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!’ which they host, win the entertainment programme award.

    They finished off the night with the prestigious landmark award which came complete with a tribute from the Prince of Wales who said: “The warmth and empathy they show towards charitable causes, their viewers and their deep friendship towards one another are as great achievements as their countless and well-deserved awards. The nation has taken them to their hearts.”

    Their video tribute included appearances from their mothers, Robbie Williams and Simon Cowell.

    Former Newcastle United striker Alan Shearer also put in an appearance, describing them as “the most famous double act from Newcastle”.

    Accepting the special award, Dec thanked Ant saying: “Neither of us would be here if it wasn’t for each other.”

    It was also a good night for ‘Coronation Street’, which won the serial drama award, and actress Julie Hesmondhalgh who won the serial drama performance award.

    Her character Hayley Cropper has been at the centre of the controversial right-to-die storyline which ended with her suicide on Monday.

    Among the actors she beat to the prize was David Neilson who plays her on-screen husband Roy.

    Accepting her award with Neilson by her side, she told the audience: “We said that if either of us were lucky enough to get this tonight we’d come up together because there ain’t no Hayley without Roy and there ain’t no Roy without Hayley.”

    The climax of the plot, which saw Hayley take an overdose after giving up her struggle with incurable cancer, pulled in millions more viewers and prompted an increase in calls to The Samaritans.

    Accepting the serial drama award for the ITV soap, Neilson said shows like ‘Coronation Street’ can “create a feeling of community”.

    He said: “Occasionally you get a huge reaction from a story and you realise how important these shows are because when people laugh together, cry together you get community.”

    The awards, hosted by Dermot O’Leary at London’s O2, kicked off with ‘X Factor’ winner Sam Bailey duetting with her hero Michael Bolton on the soul classic ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough’ with the help of the school choir from documentary series ‘Educating Yorkshire’.

    The other stars of the show - the teachers - were on stage 30 minutes later when it won the documentary award.

    The first award, for factual entertainment, went to ‘Paul O’Grady: For The Love of Dogs’.

    Khali Best who plays Dexter Hartman in ‘EastEnders’ won the newcomer award.

    The stars of the new BBC drama ‘The Musketeers’ presented the award for best performance in a TV drama to ‘Doctor Who’ star Matt Smith.

    He beat another on-screen doctor, Doc Martin star Martin Clunes, ‘Call the Midwife’ star Miranda Hart and ‘Downton Abbey’ star Maggie Smith to the prize.

    His co-star Jenna Coleman and show supremo Steven Moffat accepted the award for the actor who is currently appearing in ‘American Psycho’ in the West End.

    'Coronation Street' star Michelle Keegan presented the daytime television award to ITV's This Morning.

    The award for comedy went to the BBC’s Mrs Brown’s Boys.

    Its writer and star Brendan O’Carroll said the audience had “been so generous”, adding: “We just wanted to make a comedy show that makes people laugh.”

    Kiefer Sutherland handed out the award for best detective to ‘Sherlock’ star Benedict Cumberbatch, who appeared in a video-link from Los Angeles - dressed in a dinner jacket and shorts - and said he was “over the moon”.

    This year’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ winner Abbey Clancy was reunited on stage for a performance with some of the show’s professional dancers including her partner in the series Aljaz Skorjanec and judges Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli.

    The ballroom show won the the talent show award and Tonioli joked: “I was running just in case Ant and Dec got here quicker. It feels so good.”

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    Coleman, who plays Clara Oswald in the long-running science fiction show, said: “Fifty years and still going strong. Well done Who.”

    Here is a full list of winners:

    Factual Entertainment - Paul O’Grady: For the love of dogs.

    Entertainment Programme - I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!

    Documentary Series - Educating Yorkshire.

    Newcomer - Khali Best from EastEnders.

    Drama Performance - Matt Smith for Doctor Who.

    Daytime - This Morning.

    Comedy - Mrs Brown’s Boys.

    Serial Drama Performance - Julie Hesmondhalgh for Coronation Street.

    Detective - Benedict Cumberbatch for Sherlock.

    Entertainment Presenter - Ant and Dec.

    Drama - Doctor Who.

    Serial Drama - Coronation Street.

    Landmark Award - Ant and Dec.

    Talent Show - Strictly Come Dancing.

     

  9. Sundance: Buzz Titles Still Up for Grabs Amid Snoozy Sales

    While festgoers are enjoying unusually warm weather in Park City, the temperature Best Offer the acquisition front at this year’s Sundance Film Festival has been cool so far, with fewer deals taking longer to materialize and with smaller pricetags.

    The hesitance among buyers comes from fewer overtly commercial films in play - and those that are, such as Lynn Shelton’s “Laggies” and Zach Braff’s “Wish I Was Here,” were quickly scooped up for distribution.

    "It’s been a decidedly uncommercial festival," lamented one company exec. "I’ve heard a lot of good things this year, but no one is talking the way they were talking about ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild.’ And in terms of dollars and cents, there is no ‘Don Jon.’"

    Still, buyers and agents were already braced for what they expected might be a chilly festival based on the quirky-sounding lineup.

    "The Sundance market is a subsetof the independent market and generally encompasses the best of the smaller and more specialized projects," said Micah Green, co-head of CAA’s film finance and sales group. "When a film pops out of Sundance and secures a wide release, or a high seven-figure MG, it is an anomaly.

    "In contrast, we (CAA) are doing deals of that scale for independent films throughout the year on the more commercially oriented packages such as ‘American Hustle,’ ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ and ‘Lee Daniels’ The Butler,’" Green added.

    Even the films that have played best so far this year, such as ” Whiplash" and " Infinitely Polar Bear,” aren’t necessarily commercial slam-dunks. Sony Pictures Classics acquired “Whiplash” two days after the film’s opening night premiere for approximately $2.5 million; “Polar Bear” is still up for grabs.

    Sales agents are looking to hold acquisition prices steady, hoping to encourage distributors to spend more on P&A.

    The few deals to have closed include A24 buying the Keira Knightley starrer “Laggies” (with a pricetag in the $2 million range), as well as Magnolia’s pre-festival buy of Joe Swanberg’s “Happy Christmas,” toplining Anna Kendrick and Lena Dunham. The most notable acquisition so far is perhaps Focus Features’ buy of the Kickstarter-funded “Wish I Was Here” for about $2.7 million, marking the company’s first acquisition since its restructuring and the ousting of former CEO James Schamus.

    A number of other films have sparked interest among buyers, though deals are still pending.

    The Midnight horror comedy ” Cooties,” which features an ensemble led by Elijah Wood (who also produced the film), piqued interest among companies including Lionsgate, while Guantanamo Bay drama “Camp X-Ray,” with Kristen Stewart, drew interest early on, though a deal has yet to close.

    Fox Searchlight, meanwhile, acquired Mike Cahill’s sophomore pic “I Origins,” after the company bought and released the director’s feature debut “Another Earth” in 2011. The acquisition price was about $3 million.

    Several high-profile films are still on the docket, including the Anne Hathaway starrer ” Song One" (which premiered Monday) and William H. Macy’s closing-night film " Rudderless.”

    Producer Keith Kjarval said he’s been encouraged so far by this year’s Sundance slate. “From my perspective, I’m extremely happy with the different stories being told and that most filmmakers are adhering to the economics of independent film,” Kjarval said.

    "Ruddlerless," which stars Billy Crudup as a grieving father who starts his own rock band, cost just less than $5 million to produce. Likewise, another music-themed entry from a first-time director - Damien Chazelle’s "Whiplash" - was budgeted at $3.3 million.

    Kjarval still believes there is room for optimism that deals may pick up, especially as the remaining few buzz titles premiere.

    "Maybe the next couple of days will see a flurry of activity," he said.

     

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