A former Minnesota Twins hurler has become part of the trading deadline dealing. With the non-waiver trading deadline fast approaching, the White Sox are selling. The Sox have sent right-handed reliever Jesse Crain to the Tampa Bay Rays for future considerations. Crain is currently sidelined with a shoulder injury, but was having a great season for the Sox. The 32-year-old has a minuscule 0.74 ERA in 36-and-two-thirds innings this season, and has yet to surrender a home run. Crain has been on the disabled list since July 3rd. What the White Sox receive in return is dependent on the pitcher’s health.
The call for a special session of the South Dakota legislature has failed.
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South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard told students at the wrap up of the “Governors Camp” at USD in Vermillion today that their future is bright, but they have to make good choices.
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