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Toby Borland

Toby Shawn Borland is an American former professional baseball relief pitcher, who played in Major League Baseball between 1994 and 2004 for the Philadelphia Phillies, New York Mets, Boston Red Sox, Anaheim Angels, Florida Marlins. He threw right-handed. Borland was a 16-year veteran, who divided his playing time between the minor leagues, he was 24 years old when he reached the majors in 1994 with the Philadelphia Phillies, spending three seasons with them before moving to the Mets and Red Sox. After a new stint with Philadelphia, he worked with the Marlins, his most productive season came in 1996 for the Phillies, when he had a 7-3 mark while recording career-highs in games pitched and strikeouts. He was the last Phillies player to wear the uniform number 42 before it was retired out of respect to Jackie Robinson. In a nine-season major league career, Borland posted an 11–9 record with a 4.29 ERA and eight saves in 207 appearances. From 1988 to 2005, in the minors, he had 124 saves in 623 games.

Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or Baseball-Reference, or Retrosheet Toby Borland at Baseball Almanac Toby Borland at Baseball Gauge Toby Borland at Ultimate Mets Database

Kentish Town F.C.

Kentish Town F. C. was an English football club affiliated to the Football Associations. Kentish Town took their name from an area of the London Borough of Camden called Kentish Town; the senior team were based at The Middlesex Stadium in the London Borough of Hillingdon. KTFC were wound up in 2015 following the loss of league status after losing access to their home ground following its purchase by Saracens Rugby Club; the club was founded in 1994 as a youth football club by two parents concerned with the lack of opportunity to play competitive football in the local area. In 1995 the club played its first competitive match in the Islington Youth Midweek League; the club began senior football by joining the Spartan South Midlands League Division Two in 2003. They were promoted in their first season despite only finishing 10th in a 17 team division, they are members of the Spartan South Midlands League Division One, despite finishing second from bottom in 2010-11 season with only 29 points. Kentish Town play their home games at The Middlesex Stadium, Breakspear Road, Ruislip, HA4 7SB.

The club are a nomad club who have had to use various grounds in and around North London. Spartan South Midlands League Division One Winners:2007–08 Best performance - 2008-09 Extra Preliminary Round Replay EP Wellingborough Town 2-0 Kentish Town Best performance - 2008-09 Round 2 Round 2 Kentish Town 2-6 Biggleswade Town Biggest home victory: 8-2 vs. Brache Sparta on 23 August 2006 Biggest away victory: 6-0 vs. New Bradwell St Peter on 17 November 2007 6-0 vs. Brache Sparta on 26 January 2008 Biggest home defeat: 10–1 vs. Chalfont St Peter on 23 December 2008 Biggest away defeat: 8-2 vs. Harefield United on 11 April 2009 Longest unbeaten run: 9 games from 12 March to 22 April 2008 Best league position: 17th, Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division, 2009–10 Worst league position: 10th, Spartan South Midlands League Division Two, 2003–04 Official website

Charfield railway station

Charfield railway station served the village of Charfield in South Gloucestershire, England. The station was on the Bristol and Gloucester Railway a broad gauge line overseen by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, but taken over by the Midland Railway and converted to standard gauge. Charfield station opened with the Bristol and Gloucester line in 1844 and had substantial Brunel-designed buildings on both platforms. There were sidings to the north and south, those to the north were converted to loops to allow slow trains to be overtaken by faster trains. In 1928, the Charfield railway disaster occurred when a southbound night-time mail train overran signals into a goods train manoeuvring into these sidings, in the collision the mail train was diverted into the path of a northbound freight train. Gas from the mail train ignited and 15 people died in the blaze. According to some accounts, among them were two children. Passenger services were withdrawn from Charfield in January 1965 with the removal of stopping services on the Bristol to Gloucester line.

Goods services were withdrawn in September of the same year. The main station building and the station master's house remain, in residential use. Services between Bristol and Birmingham pass through Charfield. There have been discussions about the viability of reopening the station; the costs would be shared between Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire councils since, although the station would be in South Gloucestershire, the nearby town of Wotton-under-Edge would be a principal beneficiary. In February 2019, the West of England Combined Authority announced a £500,000 feasibility study into plans for two new bypasses and work to see whether Charfield is viable for reopening to passengers. In June 2019, a further £900,000 was allocated for the production of a full business case for the reopening of the station; the January 2020 version of the Joint Local Transport Plan 4 proposed to deliver by 2023–2024 a "New station at Charfield funded through the WECA Investment Fund, to support housing growth"

AttiƩgouakro Department

Attiégouakro Department is a department of Ivory Coast. It is one of two departments in the Yamoussoukro Autonomous District. In the 2014 census, Attiégouakro Department had a population of 45,517; the department is divided into Attiégouakro and Lolobo. Attiégouakro Department was created as in 2009 as a second-level subdivision when Lac Region's Yamoussoukro Department was divided in two. In 2011, districts were introduced as new first-level subdivisions of Ivory Coast. At the same time, regions were reorganised and became second-level subdivisions and all departments were converted into third-level subdivisions. At this time, Attiégouakro Department became part of Yamoussoukro Autonomous District, one of two districts in the country with no regions

List of rivers of Yukon

This is a list of rivers of Yukon. Mackenzie River watershed Upper Liard River Rancheria River Little Rancheria River Frances River Hyland River Coal River La Biche River Beaver River Whitefish River Kotaneelee River Smith River South Nahanni River Peel River Ogilvie River Blackstone River Hart River Wind River Bonnet Plume River Snake River Firth River Malcolm River Trail River Babbage River Blow River Clarence River Yukon River Marsh Lake McClintock Creek Tagish River Tagish Lake Bennett Lake Atlin Lake Nares River Little Atlin Lake Partridge River Teslin River Teslin Lake Nisutlin River Wolf Rover Dän Tàgé Morley River Takhini River Kusawa Lake Swift River Big Salmon River Quiet Lake Nordenskiold River Pelly River Hoole River Ross River South MacMillan River Macmillan River Stewart River Beaver River Hess River McQuesten River Scroggie Creek White River Donjek River Kluane River Kluane Lake Slims River Nisling River Sixtymile River Miller Creek Indian River Klondike River Bonanza Creek Fortymile River Porcupine River Miner River Fishing Branch Bell River Rock River Eagle River Old Crow River Bluefish River Rapid River Kandik River Alsek River Kaskawulsh River Jarvis River Dezadeash River Aishihik River or Canyon Creek Tatshenshini River Klukshu River Blanchard River List of rivers of the Americas