Matt Lindstrom

Matthew Raymond Lindstrom is an American former professional baseball pitcher. He played in Major League Baseball for the Miami Marlins, Houston Astros, Colorado Rockies, Baltimore Orioles, Arizona Diamondbacks and Chicago White Sox. Lindstrom played college baseball at Ricks College. Lindstrom was selected by the New York Mets in the 10th round of the 2002 Major League Baseball draft, he made his professional debut at Rookie League Kingsport and posted an 0-6 record with a 4.84 ERA in twelve games with eleven games as a starting pitcher. He began next year at Single-A Capital City and was dominant, as his 2.86 ERA and 7.94 K/9 rate showed. This earned him a promotion to Brooklyn where Lindstrom would finish out the 2003 season well, as he compiled a 7-3 record with a 3.44 ERA. In 2004, Lindstrom was promoted to St. Lucie where, at 24, he compiled a 5-5 record with a 3.73 ERA in fourteen starts. His walk rate was staggering, however, at 2.26 BB/9. The righty found himself back at Capital City midway through the season, where his numbers improved as he posted a 3-2 record with a 3.21 ERA and much-improved control, with a 1.61 BB/9.

At age 25, Lindstrom began the 2005 season at Double-A Binghamton, in what was determined to be a make-or-break year for his career. Lindstrom went 2-5 with an ERA of 5.40 with eye-popping walk and home run rates of 6.75 BB/9 and 1.35 HR/9 in thirty-five games. On November 20, 2006, Lindstrom and Henry Owens were traded to the Florida Marlins in exchange for Jason Vargas and Adam Bostick. Both Lindstrom and Owens were regarded as a top closer candidates for the 2007 season. Lindstrom's fastball touches 100 mph and averages in the high 90's. Playing in the Puerto Rican Winter League in the 06-07 offseason, his fastball was clocked at 102 mph. On May 17, 2007, while pitching in the 8th inning against the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park, Lindstrom's fastball was clocked at 102 mph on the stadium scoreboard. Lindstrom picked up his first major league win against the Brewers in Milwaukee on June 2, 2007. In the final game of the 2008 regular season, Lindstrom earned a save versus the New York Mets, he threw the final pitch during actual game-play of Shea Stadium.

On December 9, 2009, Lindstrom was dealt to the Houston Astros for minor leaguers Robert Bono, Luis Bryan and a player to be named which became Rule 5 draft pick Jorge Jimenez, a third baseman selected from the Red Sox organization. On March 30, 2010, Lindstrom was named the Astros' closer for the 2010 season. After the 2010 season, Lindstrom was traded to the Colorado Rockies for two minor league pitchers: Wes Musick and Jonnathan Aristil. On February 6, 2012, Lindstrom was traded with Jason Hammel to the Baltimore Orioles for starter Jeremy Guthrie, he had early success, not giving up an earned run on the season until May 10, the day before he was placed on the disabled list with an injury to his right middle finger. He began his minor league rehab assignment on June 22. Lindstrom returned on June 27 and had a 2.72 ERA on the season when he was dealt to the Arizona Diamondbacks. On August 26, 2012, Lindstrom was traded to the Arizona Diamondbacks for Joe Saunders. On November 1, 2012 Lindstrom's option was declined by the Arizona Diamondbacks.

On January 19, 2013, Lindstrom was signed to a 1-year deal by the Chicago White Sox with a 2014 option. His 2014 option was picked up on October 31, 2013, worth $4 million. On February 17, 2015, Lindstrom signed a minor league contract with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, he was released by the Angels on March 28. On April 2, 2015 he signed a minor league deal with the Chicago White Sox. On April 9, 2015 he was assigned to AAA Charlotte Knights, he was released on July 10. Lindstrom pitched for Team USA in the 2009 World Baseball Classic. Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or Baseball-Reference

Shefford (provincial electoral district)

Shefford is a former provincial electoral district in the Montérégie region of Quebec, Canada. As of its final election, it included the cities of Waterloo, it was created for the 1867 election. Its final election was in 2008, it disappeared in the 2012 election and the successor electoral districts were Granby and Brome-Missisquoi. Michel-Adrien Bessette, Conservative Party Maurice Laframboise, Liberal Joseph Lafontaine, Liberal Isidore Frégeau, Conservative Party Thomas Brassard, Liberal Tancrède Boucher de Grosbois, Liberal Adolphe-François Savaria, Conservative Party Tancrède Boucher de Grosbois, Liberal Auguste Mathieu, Liberal Ludger-Pierre Bernard, Conservative Party William Stephen Bullock, Liberal Robert-Raoul Bachand, Liberal Hector Choquette, Action liberale nationale - Union Nationale Charles Munson Bullock, Liberal Hector Choquette, Union Nationale Gaston Ledoux, Liberal Armand Russell, Union Nationale Richard Verreault, Liberal Roger Paré, Parti Québécois Bernard Brodeur, Liberal François Bonnardel, ADQ, CAQ Information Elections QuebecElection results Election results Election results Maps2001 map 2001–2011 changes 1992–2001 changes Electoral map of Montérégie region Quebec electoral map, 2001

Dan Lynch

Daniel Walbridge Lynch is a former college and professional American football offensive guard. Lynch went on to a career in the venture capital industry in Central Europe. Lynch attended Clark High School in Spokane, Washington. From 1980 to 1984, he played college football for the Washington State Cougars, where he started for four years. After completing his senior season with the 1983 Cougars and he played in the January 1984 Senior Bowl all-star game, was subsequently granted an extra year of eligibility and played for the 1984 Cougars. Lynch was a team captain and 1984 First Team All-American, unanimously won the Morris Trophy as the Pac-10's top offensive lineman, he was on the 1984 Bob Hope Christmas Special with the AP All-American team. Lynch played in the East–West Shrine Game, became the first player to appear in a second Senior Bowl. Lynch was a three-time Academic All-American in the Pac-10. Lynch is known for a memorable remark before the 1984 Apple Cup against the rival Washington Huskies, "There are four important stages in your life.

You're born, you play the Huskies, you get married and you die."Lynch was drafted by the Denver Broncos of the National Football League in the twelfth round of the 1985 NFL Draft. During pre-season camp, he started to suffer from Addison's disease, which saw his weight drop from 270 pounds to 225 pounds. While he was with the Broncos in pre-season, he never played in a regular season NFL game. Due to his illness, Lynch retired from football. After retiring from football, Lynch completed an MBA at the Haas School of Business at the University of California at Berkeley, he moved to work in the venture capital industry in Central Europe, residing in Prague, Czech Republic. In addition to English, he speaks Czech. Lynch has two daughters.from the Czech Republic