Tioga County officials anticipate 2 weeks between opening phases, nothing set in stone

first_imgBusinesses owners should plan to protect employees and consumers with practices that lower the risk of infection. No concrete date for phase two to begin has been announced. Phase one begins May 15 when the New York On Pause order ends. Officials say businesses that have high economic impact and low risk infection with reopen first. The state reopening could slow or stop completely if there is a spike in cases, they say. Officials say moving onto the next phase is dependent on metrics and careful monitoring of the rate of infections and hospitalizations by regional control rooms. Jeff Gural, the owner of Tioga Down, has sent a plan for approval to the governors office for allowing horse racing with no audience.center_img (WBNG) — Tioga County officials say they anticipate two weeks between the phases of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s reopening plan. Officials say they have not received guidance on which phase hair and nail salons and gyms will be in. Large gatherings will not be allowed in any capacity. Social distancing habits continued to be encouraged.last_img read more


Sellout crowd sees Shohei Ohtani shelled in Angels’ loss to Rockies

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error UP NEXT: Angels (John Lamb) vs. Mariners (Casey Lawrence), Saturday, 1 p.m. PT, Peoria Sports Complex, Fox Sports West/KLAA (830 AM). THE GAME: The Angels lost 18-6 to the Colorado Rockies on Friday in Tempe, with Shohei Ohtani failing to get out of the second inning. It was the second sellout of the spring for the Angels, with a crowd of 9,616.PITCHING REPORT: Ohtani gave up seven runs and recorded only four outs. He was scheduled to get into the fifth inning. He pitched a scoreless first, but allowed the first seven hitters of the second to reach base, including homers by Ian Desmond and Nolan Arenado. … Right-hander Cam Bedrosian gave up his first two runs of the spring, after starting with four scoreless innings. … Right-hander Blake Parker gave up two runs in 1-1/3 innings, his first four-out appearance of the spring. Parker has now allowed 11 runs in 5-2/3 innings this spring. … Four pitchers from minor league camp gave up seven runs.HITTING REPORT: Kole Calhoun hit his first homer of the spring, an opposite-field homer to left field in the first inning. … Justin Upton hit his third homer of the spring. … Zack Cozart had two hits, improving to 8 for 30 this spring. … Ian Kinsler drew two more walks. He’s walked eight times in 32 plate appearances this spring. Combined with nine hits, including one more on Friday, he has a .531 on-base percentage.DEFENSE REPORT: Andrelton Simmons made a nice stop of a ball headed up the middle, and then he tried to flip it behind his back to Ian Kinsler at second. It was the second day in a row that Simmons had attempted a flip out of his glove, and neither has worked. … Right fielder Jabari Blash nearly robbed a home run, but the ball eluded him.last_img read more