#1 the first half of the season when he won six games.T von corse178 23.03.2019 07:52

Mark Noble feels there is no ceiling to how big a force West Ham can become when they move into the Olympic Stadium. The Hammers face Manchester United on Tuesday night in their final game at the Boleyn Ground, live on Sky Sports, and emotions are bound to be high as they prepare to move out after 112 years.Their final season has been one full of positives, and victory over Champions League-chasing United would keep West Ham in the hunt for a place in next seasons Europa League. But West Ham captain Noble feels the move to Stratford, where all 50,000 season tickets have already been sold, could be the start of a very bright future for the team.How big could this club be? I dont think there is a ceiling, said the midfielder. West Ham captain Mark Noble will lead his team out at the Boleyn Ground for the last time tomorrow against Manchester United Everybody has seen what happened to Manchester City, to Chelsea, over the years. With people in the world these days with a lot of money to burn, anything can happen.Tuesday will be tough for Noble, who came through the playing ranks after time on the terraces as a supporter and then on the sidelines as a ball-boy. West Ham captain Mark Noble admits emotion could take over as his side play their last game at the Boleyn Ground. Ahead of the game against Manchester Utd But he does not feel the move to the OIympic Stadium will adversely affect the clubs identity.Its very special that the people who own the club are fans, they know what the club is about, he added. West Ham captain Mark Noble admits hes booked his summer holidays and isnt expecting to be involved for England at Euro 2016 this summer That has shown this year - everyone is together and we have all pulled together. When the owners are West Ham fans, when the manager has played for the club, me as the captain being a West Ham fan, too, that has shown a lot this year.We are leaving a place that I have been coming to for over 20 years, first as a supporter. Every other weekend its going to be strange to get in my car in the morning and drive to a game, and not down a street I know so well. Some West Ham legends share their memories of the famous stadium. Watch The Boleyn Boys on Tuesday May 10 on Sky Sports 1 at 6.00pm But there is something special he will miss as he added: The 10 seconds before kick-off. When the music plays and whole crowd sings Bubbles. Its probably my favourite part of the day.Everything else is stressful. Getting people tickets, the phone calls, press officers. I hate it. But seriously, that 10 seconds when they switch the music off and everyone sings Bubbles. You feel free in a way and you can just concentrate on football. 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He got just four outs in his most recent start, against the Baltimore Orioles, allowing eight runs.I was pretty much bad all-around, Shields told the media after his most recent loss. I wasnt in my spots, and they were capitalizing.So what happened to Shields?The short answer is that Shields is giving up too many walks and too many homers.Shields has always been a fly-ball pitcher. For example, he gave up the most homers in the league, 34, in 2010, but still managed to win 13 games that year for the Tampa Bay Rays.Last year, he again led the league by allowing 33 homers, this time for the Padres. But again, he won 13 games.In fact, entering this season, Shields had an impressive 127-97 career record.But Shields, who prides himself on a deluxe changeup that he can throw on any count and a fastball that ranges between 89 and 94 mph with movement, has allowed an alarming 2.2 homers per nine innings since his trade to Chicago. His career average is 1.1.Shields control has also been an issue. His walks have gone from a career mark of 2.4 per nine innings to 4.2 this season.Whatever it iis that is ailing Shields, the White Sox hope he can be fixed because he is under contract through the end of the 2018 season on a four-year, $75 million deal.ddddddddddddThe Marlins, meanwhile, dont have nearly as much invested in Conley, a rookie who is 8.6 with a 3.70 ERA. Conley was Miamis second-best starting pitcher in the first half of the season, trailing only All-Star Jose Fernandez.But Conley is averaging just 5 1/3 innings per start in the second half of this season and has eclipsed the 100-pitch mark just once. His 4.00 ERA and 5.6 walks per nine innings are also signs of decline from his first-half numbers.His ERA was 3.65 in the first half of the season when he won six games.The Marlins, who dropped to 60-55 after Fridays 4-2 loss to the White Sox (55-60), are fortunate to be a half-game ahead of the St. Louis Cardinals in the battle for the second and final NL wild-card playoff berth.At least, that is the view of Marlins manager Don Mattingly.Somebody is going to get hot, Mattingly said of the teams that are chasing that wild-card spot. Somebody is going to win 10 of 12 or 11 of 14 and put you in harms way. So we are going to have to get going.It may happen in time for Saturdays game or it could happen later or not at all, but the Marlins are reportedly considering signing Alex Rodriguez, who is due to be released by the New York Yankees after playing his final game for the club Friday.The Marlins would use Rodriguez at first base as a replacement for injured Justin Bour, who wont return until September at the earliest, according to Miami manager Don Mattingly.Rodriguez, 41, hasnt played in the field much, and he may not have much left. But he would spark interest in the team at the very least, and he may be able to supply some power. ' ' '

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