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Glen Innes railway station

Glen Innes railway station is located on the North Island Main Trunk line in New Zealand. Eastern Line services of the Auckland railway network are the only regular services that stop at the station, it has an island platform layout. Every hour it has at least three towards Britomart. In 2006 the station had a major upgrade and is one of the most used non-terminus stations by the public; the station was constructed, along with five others, in 1929 on the route of the Westfield Deviation, being built to divert the Auckland–Westfield section of the North Island Main Trunk line via a flatter, faster eastern route to link up with the original NIMT tracks at Westfield Junction. Transdev Auckland, on behalf of Auckland Transport, operates suburban services between Britomart and Manukau via Glen Innes; the basic weekday off-peak timetable is: 3 tph to Britomart 3 tph to ManukauBus routes 75, 650, 743, 744, 747, 762 and the Tāmaki Link serve Glen Innes station. List of Auckland railway stations

Kevin Hodges (baseball)

Kevin Jon Hodges is a former Major League Baseball and Nippon Professional Baseball right-handed pitcher. He is the older brother of Trey Hodges, who played in the major leagues and Nippon Professional Baseball. Hodges was drafted by the Kansas City Royals, made his major league debut with the Seattle Mariners in 2000, he was signed by the Yakult Swallows in mid-2001, contributed to the team's league championship as part of the starting rotation. He led the Japanese Central League with 17 wins in 2002, but was released at the end of 2003, he played a season with the Samsung Lions in the Korea Baseball Organization in 2004, returned to Japan to play for the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles in 2005. He returned to the United States in 2006, played with the Bridgeport Bluefish in the independent Atlantic League. In 2012, the Seibu Lions hired Kevin Hodges to scout the United States. Career statistics and player information from Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs Nippon Professional Baseball career statistics from JapaneseBaseball.com Career statistics and player information from Korea Baseball Organization