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Cody Stashak

Cody William Stashak is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Minnesota Twins of Major League Baseball. Stashak attended Oakcrest High School in New Jersey, he played college baseball for two seasons at Cumberland County College, before transferring to St. John's University, he was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 13th round of the 2015 Major League Baseball draft. He played for the Elizabethton Twins, his 2016 season was split between the Cedar Rapids Kernels and the Fort Myers Miracle, posting a 10-5 record with a 2.80 ERA over 121.1 innings. He split the 2017 season between the Gulf Coast Twins, Fort Myers, the Chattanooga Lookouts, combining to go 4-4 with a 3.60 ERA in 94.1 innings. His 2018 season was split between Fort Myers and Chattanooga, going a combined 2-1 with a 2.87 ERA in 59.2 innings. He split the 2019 minor league season between the Pensacola Blue Wahoos and the Rochester Red Wings, going a combined 7–3 with a 3.21 ERA over 53 innings. On July 22, 2019, the Twins promoted him to the major leagues.

He made his debut on July 23. Stashak went 0–1 with a 3.24 ERA over 24 innings for Twins in 2019. Career statistics and player information from MLB, or ESPN, or Baseball-Reference, or Fangraphs, or Baseball-Reference St. John's Red Storm bio

Jorge Torres Nilo

Jorge Emmanuel Torres Nilo is a Mexican professional footballer who plays as a left back for Liga MX club Tigres UANL and the Mexico national team. Jorge Torres Nilo started his football career at Club Atlas, where he was used in the club's youth team Academicos in the second division. Shortly after he made his professional debut under coach Daniel Guzmán on 25 February 2006 against Tecos UAG, coming in as a substitute for Rafael García Torres in the 85th minute of the match, which ended in a 4–0 victory for Atlas. Torres Nilo participated in the 2008 Copa Libertadores tournament with Atlas, where he played in their six group matches and scored one goal, against Boca Juniors in the first leg of the quarter finals. In 2010 it was announced Jorge Torres Nilo would be sold to Tigres de la UANL for the Apertura 2010 tournament. On 27 May 2010, Torres Nilo was sold to Tigres UANL, he made his debut with Tigres on 21 August 2010 in a home game against Santos Laguna the match ended in a 1–0 victory.

He did not debut until the 5th week of the Apertura 2010 season. Torres Nilo was named best defender of the Apertura 2011 season alongside teammate Hugo Ayala and has captured the eyes of many European teams, among them CSKA Moscow, the Olympique de Marseille. In 2005 Coach Jesús Ramírez selected Jorge Torres Nilo to participate in the 2005 CONCACAF U17 Tournament held in Culiacán. in that tournament he played 2 matches against Canada, Haiti. Torres Nilo did not make the final roster for those participating in the 2005 FIFA U-17 World Cup in which Mexico would win its first world cup. In 2007 Coach René Isidoro García selected Jorge Torres Nilo to participate in the 2007 Pan American Games held in Rio de Janeiro. Mexico won Bronze after defeating Bolivia in the 3rd place match. Jorge Torres Nilo participated in the 2007 Digicel Shield with Mexico U-23, he only played in the final against Trinidad and Tobago in which Mexico would receive second place after losing 2–1 in the final. Torres-Nilo was called up as one of 3 other overage players to represent Mexico at the 2016 Olympics held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Jorge Torres Nilo made his senior national debut 24 September 2008 under coach Sven-Göran Eriksson in a friendly game against Chile in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the game ended in a 0–1 defeat for Mexico. After an own goal from Juan Carlos Valenzuela. After a year with inactivity with Mexico Torres Nilo was called by coach Javier Aguirre in 2010 to play in friendly games in preparation for the World Cup, Torres Nilo would make the final cut for those participating in the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Jorge Torres Nilo did not appear in any world cup matches, he scored his first goal for Mexico on 28 May 2011 in a friendly game against Ecuador in Seattle, he gave Mexico a 1–0 lead. The match ended in a 1–1 draw. Torres Nilo participated in the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup in which Mexico won the title after defeating United States in the final. Torres Nilo played 2 matches. Scores and results list Mexico's goal tally first. UANL Liga MX: Apertura 2011, Apertura 2015, Apertura 2016, Apertura 2017, Clausura 2019 Copa MX: Clausura 2014 Campeón de Campeones: 2016, 2017, 2018 Campeones Cup: 2018 Mexico U-23 Pan American Games Bronze Medal: Rio de Janeiro 2007Mexico CONCACAF Gold Cup: 2011, 2015 CONCACAF Cup: 2015 Best Full back of the tournament: Apertura 2011 Jorge Emmanuel Torres Nilo at Liga MX Jorge Torres – Liga MX stats at MedioTiempo.com Jorge Torres at the International Olympic Committee Jorge Torres at Olympics at Sports-Reference.com Jorge Torres Nilo at National-Football-Teams.com "Jorge Torres at Esmas.com".

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Stewart Kerr

James Stewart Robert Kerr is a Scottish former professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper for Celtic and Wigan Athletic. Kerr was forced into early retirement at the age of 27 due to a back injury. Kerr was appointed to Scottish First Division club Airdrie United as goalkeeper coach in August 2008, where he was part of the Scottish Challenge Cup winning side and recruited and mentored goalkeeper Lee Hollis who went on to play for Motherwell and Heart of Midlothian. Kerr left that position to join Scottish Premier League side Motherwell in September 2009, where he was credited with developing current Norwich City and England goalkeeper John Ruddy, as well as West Ham and Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Darren Randolph. Kerr left Motherwell in December 2011 to become goalkeeper coach for Major League Soccer side Toronto FC. During his time at Toronto, Kerr was responsible for recruiting and developing current Orlando City Number 1 Joe Bendik and Canada international goalkeeper Quillan Roberts.

Kerr coached and prepared legendary Brazilian goalkeeper Julio Cesar in Toronto for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, which resulted in Cesar telling the world's press that Kerr was the best goalkeeper coach he has worked with. On 31 August 2014 Kerr left his position as Goalkeeper Coach of Toronto FC after Ryan Nelsen was fired as head coach. On 13 November 2014, Kerr was appointed as a Soccer Consultant to Toronto FC's parent company, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment. On 24 December 2015, Kerr was named as first-team goalkeeper coach for MLS side Orlando City, he worked again with Joe Bendik, who had an outstanding season. Bendik won the MLS "Save of the Week" a record 11 times, with Kerr receiving huge credit for repairing Bendik"s confidence. On 8 December 2016 Kerr was promoted to the position of Director of Goalkeeping along with his position as First Team Goalkeeping Coach at Orlando City. One week MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps asked for permission from Orlando City to speak to Kerr regarding the position of Head of Goalkeeping and First team Goalkeeper Coach after talks with Vancouver Kerr was appointed to the position on January 5, Kerr enjoyed great success reaching the Western Conference semi final and the Concacaf Champions league Semi Final in 2017.

Kerr left Vancouver in 2018. Kerr was reunited with Adrian Heath in 2019 with MLS Club Minnesota United and was appointed Head Of Goalkeeping/ First team Goalkeeping Coach and the club subsequently achieved its First Play off appearance. Stewart Kerr at Soccerbase

Thomas Zevgaras

Thomas Zevgaras is a Greek professional basketball player for Pagrati of the Greek 2nd Division, on loan from Olympiacos. He is a 2.07 m tall power forward-center. Zevgaras began his pro career in 2019, during the 2018–19 season, with the Greek Basket League club Olympiacos. For the 2019 -- 20 season, he was assigned to play on loan with Pagrati. Zevgaras played with the junior national teams of Greece. With Greece's junior national team, he played at the 2016 FIBA Under-16 European Championship. EuroLeague Under-18 Profile FIBA Profile Eurobasket.com Profile Greek Basket League Profile RealGM.com Profile DraftExpress.com Profile

Ryan Deckert

Ryan Deckert is the president of the Oregon Business Association. Prior to this position, Deckert, a Democratic politician from the US state of Oregon, served in the Oregon Senate, representing District 14, which includes parts of Beaverton and the Portland neighborhoods of Garden Home and Raleigh Hills. Deckert grew up in Beaverton and graduated from Beaverton High School before receiving a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Oregon, he worked as a development director at Hewlett-Packard and for an architecture firm. In November 1996, Deckert was elected to the Oregon House of Representatives representing District 8 in Beaverton, becoming, at the age of 25, the youngest member of that year's legislative session, he was re-elected to the position in 1998, defeating Republican Henri Schauffler, with support from a coalition of moderate Republicans led by Mary Alice Ford. In 2000, he ran for the Oregon Senate. Deckert resigned from the Senate in October 2007 to become the president of the Oregon Business Association.

Deckert lost. Deckert and his wife Inga live in Beaverton and have three daughters. Oregon Business Association website