Red Heads for the win – Video



Red Heads for the win
What you should know about red heads Music: The Fratellis – Chelsea Dagger.

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Red Bulls Update: New York Heads to New England for Second Leg of Conference Championship

November 24, 2014 – Major League Soccer (MLS) New York Red Bulls The New York Red Bulls travel to Gillette Stadium on Saturday for leg two of the Eastern Conference Championship against the New England Revolution. The Red Bulls trail 2-1 on aggregate entering the deciding leg.

Kickoff for Saturday’s match is set for 3:00 PM ET with NBC Sports Network and Univision Deportes broadcasting the game nationally. The winner of the Eastern Conference Championship advances to MLS Cup on December 7 against the winner of LA Galaxy and Seattle Sounders FC in the Western Conference Championship.

Eastern Conference Championship Series Information

New England leads 2-1 on aggregate

Leg One

New England Revolution 2, New York Red Bulls 1

November 23, 2014 at 1:30 PM (TV: NBC)

Red Bull Arena – Harrison, NJ

Leg Two

No. 4 New York Red Bulls at No. 2 New England Revolution

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Sandoval, Ramirez Deals Remind Us What Red Sox Are All About

The Red Sox have made themselves relevant again.

Spending $190 million to win the internet for a day, or whatever passes for a “news cycle” in 2014, isn’t quite as crazy as it seems.

Now, if the Red Sox can get back Jon Lester, they might even be competitive again.

The Red Sox got a one-week jump Cyber Monday. Instead of landing a bargain, they paid a hefty markup for their stuff. By reportedly dropping $190 million combined on Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez, the Red Sox reminded us and everyone else what they’re all about.

These deals weren’t about baseball. And neither are the Red Sox. They are a unique form of entertainment that enjoys a special emotional and historic hold on their audience. The Red Sox are back on our radar. The Hot Stove has been turned up to about 375 degrees. John Henry, Tom Werner, Larry Luchhino and Ben Cherington can enjoy a group high-five.

Christmas at Fenway must be just around the corner.

Let others break down Ramirez’s OPS vs. left-handed pitchers on Tuesday nights inside domed stadiums. Or the dollar-value of Sandoval’s contract vs. the luxury-tax threshold in 2017.

The only question that matters with any of these signings is this: Do these players make the team better and more-compelling to watch?

The answer is a simple “yes” and “hell, yes.”

You just know that Panda heads will be the new Pink Hats.

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Red Bulls falter in opener

Jermaine Jones finished a counterattack in the 85th minute with a tap-in to give New England a 2-1 victory over the Red Bulls on Sunday at Harrison in the first leg of the MLS Eastern finals.

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The Red Bulls Richard Eckersley, front, battling with Revolutions Teal Bunbury during the second half Sunday afternoon.

That put the Revolution to within a draw of the MLS Cup final.

The result gives the Revolution a significant advantage heading home for the second leg of the aggregate-goals series on Saturday. They will need only a tie at Gillette Stadium to advance and face Los Angeles or Seattle.

Teal Bunbury gave the Revolution the lead early, and Bradley Wright-Phillips tied the game for the Red Bulls midway through the first half.

New England took the lead in the 17th minute when Bunbury took the ball on the right, touched it around Amboise Oyongo and struck a left-footed drive that curled inside the left post.

Wright-Phillips tied the match in the 27th minute, but will miss the second leg after his second yellow card of the playoffs in the 60th minute for challenging New England goalkeeper Bobby Shuttleworth as he attempted to put the ball back into play.

Wright-Phillips yellow card was one of 10 in the match issued by referee Alan Chapman.

“The referee lost control of the game tonight for both teams,” Red Bulls coach Mike Petke said. “I almost wanted to get a yellow because I felt left out.”

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Loudonville Red Cross volunteer heads to Buffalo

Updated: 11/24/2014 2:14 PM Created: 11/24/2014 12:04 PM WNYT.com By: WNYT Staff

LOUDONVILLE- As Buffalo continues to struggle following last weeks disastrous snow fall, more eastern New Yorkers are heading there to help.

On Monday Loudonville resident Mike Tripodi deployed to serve as an Emergency Response Vehicle driver in the greater Buffalo area. Tripodi will be working with the Red Cross, an organization that hes been volunteering for for years. Tripodis main objective will be to provide food and supplies to victims still recovering from the storm.

Tripodi will likely spend his Thanksgiving holiday in Western New York, as his trip is scheduled to last 7-10 days.

Unseasonably warm temperatures early this week has led to serious flood concerns in the areas hit hardest by the snow.

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Pablo Sandoval reaches multiyear deal with Red Sox

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) From his three-homer game in the 2012 World Series to that lasting image of his arms in the air celebrating another championship last month, Pablo Sandoval left quite a mark in San Francisco.

No wonder fans are stunned he is really leaving. Right after he said he would love to retire in a Giants uniform, no less.

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Miley Cyrus' Sister Noah Turns Heads With Long Extensions and Short Romper on AMAs Red Carpet

Miley Cyrus is no stranger to making fashion statements on the red carpet.

So it should come as no surprise that younger sister Noah Cyrus made some noise Sunday night while appearing at the 2014 American Music Awards.

The 14-year-old rocked a rather mature look, which featured a black lace romper, matching heels and some major hair extensions.

“Obviously I was wearing super long extensions,” she shared on Twitter. “Everybody knows it it’s a fact kiss kiss.”

It’s quite the different look from what Noah wore just one year ago at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards.

PHOTOS: Miley Cyrus’ wildest concert pics

Joined by her older sister and dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, the young teenager opted for shorts, a black T-shirt and a casual gray jacket.

Looks like someone has developed a love for fashion in recent months.

For those wondering where Miley was at Sunday night’s big awards show, it looks like she was taking it easy after a successful birthday party.

Joined by boyfriend Patrick Schwarzenegger, the “Party in the U.S.A.” crooner celebrated turning 22 with an enormous pizza cake, a mechanical penis ride and much more.

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Red Sox spend on Sandoval, Ramirez to shake cellar

BOSTON (AP) The Red Sox are hoping to spend their way out of the AL East cellar with two big free agent signings.

The first team in major league history to go from worst to first and back again has agreed to terms third baseman Pablo Sandoval, his agent confirmed Monday night. According to a baseball official with knowledge of the deal, Boston also agreed to a deal with Hanley Ramirez, who came up to the major leagues with the Red Sox.

The official confirmed both agreements on the condition of anonymity because the players hadn’t passed physicals. The Ramirez deal was expected to be finalized Tuesday.

The moves give the Red Sox a potent batting order that includes two of the last three World Series MVPs, Sandoval and David Ortiz. But they still have to replace the four starting pitchers they traded last summer.

Sandoval, 28, is a career .294 hitter who had 16 homers and 73 RBIs in the regular season this year and then hit .366 in the postseason while helping the Giants win their third World Series in five years. With his everyman body type and colorful nickname Kung Fu Panda the switch hitter was a fan favorite in the Bay Area.

“He has been with us through some of the greatest moments in San Francisco Giants history including all three World Series championships,” the Giants said in a statement. “We will never forget his World Series MVP performance in 2012 and his numerous contributions to the 2014 championship. His connection with Giants fans young and old is truly special, and he will be greatly missed. We wish him nothing but the best in Boston.”

Ramirez came up in the Red Sox system and was still a prospect when he was traded to the Florida Marlins in the deal that brought Josh Beckett and future World Series MVP Mike Lowell to Boston. The 30-year-old shortstop batted .300 with 13 homers and 71 RBIs for Los Angeles this year.

Boston already seems set at shortstop with 22-year-old Xander Bogaerts, and with Sandoval at third they are expected to move Ramirez to left field. He has never played outfield in the majors.

The moves give the Red Sox a surplus of outfielders, with Ramirez potentially joining Yoenis Cespedes, Rusney Castillo, Shane Victorino, Jackie Bradley Jr. Allen Craig, Mookie Betts and Daniel Nava. They are expected to shop some of the extras for pitching, which they have been lacking since dealing Jon Lester, John Lackey, Jake Peavy and Felix Doubrount near the July 31 deadline for trades without waivers.

Boston will not forfeit the No. 7 overall pick in June’s amateur draft but will give up the second and third selections.

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Hickman Red Cross Club brings the holidays to our veterans

Monday, November 24, 2014 | 4:56 p.m. CST; updated 6:21 p.m. CST, Monday, November 24, 2014

COLUMBIA Hickman High School students hailed passers-by in the Columbia Mall on Saturday, waving blank holiday cards above their heads.

“Would you like to sign a card for our veterans?” they asked.

Children and adults alike were reined in by their pleas to scribble appreciative notes and best wishes on the cards.

The event was Holiday Mail for Heroes, put on locally this year by Hickman’s Red Cross Club. The cards will be distributed to veterans in central Missouri.

The Red Cross Club at Hickman is in its third year of service.

Ginny Lennonhas been the gifted education resource teacher at Hickman for the past four years and has been the faculty sponsor for the club since its inception. When student Junyi Wu, the founder and current president of the club, approached her with the idea, she was happy to support him.

“I have always respected the Red Cross’ efforts, and I thought it was wonderful that Junyi wanted to get more service opportunities here at Hickman,” Lennon said.

Lennon said that with 43 students, the group has grown to be one of the largest organizations at Hickman.

“They’re just a great group of kids, and I’m honored to be their sponsor,” Lennon said.

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