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Corseul

Corseul is a commune in the Côtes-d'Armor department of Brittany in northwestern France. The town contains Roman ruins; the town hall contains a small archaeological museum. Corseul was called Fanum Martis in Latin and was the capital of the Gallo-Roman province of Coriosolites, it was founded in 10 BC. In the 3rd and 4th centuries, like many other cities, Fanum Martis was renamed for its people, the Curiosolitae; this name change occurred as the Roman Empire weakened and paralleled a revival of the ancient Gallic gods in local religious sculptures and dedicatory inscriptions. Some 1.5 kilometres to the southeast, at Haut-Bécherel, stand the prominent remains of an extensive Roman temple sanctuary, built at the time of Nero and Vespasian. Inhabitants of Corseul are called curiosolites in French. Communes of the Côtes-d'Armor department INSEE French Ministry of Culture list for Corseul

Cole Irvin

Cole R. Irvin is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies of Major League Baseball. Irvin was drafted by the Phillies in the fifth round of the 2016 MLB draft, made his major league debut in 2019. Irvin is from California, he graduated from Servite High School in California. As a junior, he posted a 1.40 ERA. After graduating, he was drafted in the 29th round of the 2012 MLB draft by the Toronto Blue Jays, but he did not sign; that summer, Irvin played for the Cowlitz Black Bears of the West Coast League, pitching to 5-1 record with a 2.56 ERA. After not signing with Toronto, Irvin enrolled at the University of Oregon where he played college baseball for the Oregon Ducks. In 2013, as a freshman, he went 12–3 with a 2.48 ERA in 116 innings while striking out sixty batters, was named a freshman All-American by Louisville Slugger, Baseball America, Perfect Game, the NCBWA, along with earning Pac-12 honorable mention. Prior to the 2014 season, Irvin was forced to miss the year.

He returned to pitching in 2015. In 2016, as a redshirt junior, he was named to the Pac-12 Conference First Team after compiling a 6–4 record with a 3.17 ERA while striking out 93 and walking only 16 over 105 innings. Irvin was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the fifth round of the 2016 Major League Baseball draft, signing for $800,000. After signing, he was assigned to the Williamsport Crosscutters and he spent the whole season there, going 5–1 with a 1.97 ERA in ten games. In 2017, he pitched for both the Clearwater Threshers and Reading Fightin Phils, compiling a 9–9 record and 3.39 ERA over 26 games between both teams. With Clearwater, he was named a Florida State League All-Star. In 2018, Irvin played for the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, pitching to a 14–4 record, leading all Class AAA pitchers in both ERA and WHIP over 26 games, he was named the International League's Most Valuable Pitcher, as well as a mid-season All-Star along with being named Pitcher of the Week twice throughout the season.

In 2019 with Lehigh Valley, Irvin was 6-1 with a 3.94 ERA, appearing in 17 games, while pitching 93​2⁄3 innings, yielding 14 walks. His 1.3 walks/9 innings ratio tied for the second-best in the International League. Irvin was promoted to the major leagues for the first time on May 12, 2019, made his big league debut that day, he pitched seven innings, giving up one earned run, earning his first MLB win. Irvin’s 2019 Phillies stat line included a 2-1 record, with one save, a 5.83 ERA, while appearing in 16 games, pitching 41​2⁄3 innings. Irvin completed his undergraduate degree in sociology in three and a half years. Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or Baseball-Reference, or Retrosheet

2010–11 MJHL season

The 2010–11 season was the Manitoba Junior Hockey League's 94th season of operation. The Portage Terriers posted the best record in the regular season and won their seventh Turnbull Cup; the Terriers advanced as far as the 2011 Royal Bank Cup, but did not qualify for the national semi-finals. Three teams relocate to new arenas: The Winnipeg Saints move to the St. Adolphe Arena for one season; the Winnipeg South Blues move to change name to the Winnipeg Blues. The Portage Terriers move to the newly-constructed 1,975-seat Portage Credit Union Centre in Portage la Prairie; the Waywayseecappo Wolverines crossover to qualify for the Addison Division semi-finals. The league holds its annual showcase event October 8-10 at the MTS Iceplex. 2011 NHL Entry Draft: Portage Terriers goaltender Jason Kasdorf is selected 157th overall by the Winnipeg Jets. Anavet Cup Portage Terriers defeat La Ronge Ice Wolves 4-games-to-3Royal Bank Cup Terriers finish fifth in the round robin and are eliminated from playoffs.

Steve "Boomer" Hawrysh Award: Shane Luke, Dauphin MJHL Top Goaltender Award: Matthew Krahn, OCN Brian Kozak Award: Clark Bzczynski, Swan Valley Vince Leah Trophy: Bryn Chyzyk, Dauphin Lorne Lyndon Memorial Trophy: Shane Luke, Dauphin Muzz McPherson Award: Scott McMillan, OCN Mike Ridley Trophy: Shane Luke, Dauphin MJHL Playoff MVP: Tyler Moore, Portage CJAHL Player of the Year: Shane Luke, Dauphin MJHL Website 2010-11 MJHL season at HockeyDB.com