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Atletico Madrid vs Bayer Leverkusen Live : Atletico Madrid vs Bayer Leverkusen Live Stream Watch 2019–20 UEFA Champions League is the 65th season of Europe’s premier club football tournament organised by UEFA, and the 28th season since it was renamed from the European Champion Clubs’ Cup to the UEFA Champions League. The final will be played at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey

The UEFA Champions League Trophy Tour – driven by the new Nissan Juke – kicks off in Leipzig, Germany, on Saturday as the first leg of a four-city European football road trip gets under way.

Nissan, marking its sixth season as a UEFA Champions League partner, will bring a new and innovative UEFA Champions League Trophy Tour to fans in the German city, as well as future stops in Valencia, Lille and London. The UEFA Champions League trophy will be on display, with fans also having the opportunity to see Nissan’s latest cars, including the new Nissan Juke.

“The UEFA Champions League Trophy Tour is a unique opportunity for fans throughout Europe to be part of the competition,” said Guy-Laurent Epstein, UEFA Events SA director of marketing.

“We are delighted to have on board Nissan, who are showing such a great deal of innovation and who are providing such excitement for the fans.”

UEFA ambassadors will be present at all stops, with former UEFA Champions League winner Steffen Freund attending the Leipzig leg taking place on 19 October at the Nissan Händler dealership on Torgauer Straße 108. Here fans will get the chance to meet Freund as well as take pictures with the UEFA Champions League trophy.

“Technology is at the heart of what Nissan does, and we want to provide a football experience through our technology to the biggest number of fans across Europe,” said Gareth Dunsmore, Nissan Europe vice-president for marketing communications, connected car services and customer experience.

“This trophy tour will also be the opportunity for fans to discover our brand-new Coupé Crossover, and as a mobility partner we strongly think that our cars can connect fans to a better experience.”

In addition, the trophy tour will visit a select number of Nissan retailers around Europe, giving even more local supporters unrivalled access to an elite footballing experience.

UEFA Champions League Trophy Tour, driven by the new Nissan Juke – dates and locations:

Astros vs Nationals Live

Astros vs Nationals Live: Astros vs Nationals Live Stream, Washington will come into the Fall Classic well-rested. The Astros and Nationals share a Spring Training site, but there isn’t exactly a lot of shared history between the two franchises as they prepare to meet in the World Series. The Houston Astros won the American League pennant on Saturday, defeating the New York Yankees by a 4-2 margin. The 2019 World Series matchup is set with the Washington Nationals set to face the Houston Astros.

Event Name MLB World Series
Game Date October 22th 2019
Tv Channel ESPN/CBS/NBC/FOX/FUVO/YOUTUBE/SLING/HULU
Online Stream

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In the year of the home run, the Astros and Nationals have served as reminders that exciting, dominant starting pitching is still out there, and still effective. Both clubs, who will face off in the 2019 World Series beginning with Game 1 on Tuesday, are built around their rotation. Pitching, was hardly the focus in the regular season, however. Instead, it was the juiced ball that got the attention, from early April when its use was first detected, and then in the postseason when, suddenly, it was nowhere to be found.

Some narrative-setting background, for those who haven’t been following along: the 2019 ball isn’t actually “juiced,” but its seams have been altered in a way that changes its aerodynamics significantly — those alternations and their effects have been described in detail by Meredith Willis and Rob Arthur. That change, which reduces drag, played more than a small part in this record-setting season, in which a new mark was set for the most homers in a single MLB season… on September 11, with weeks to go before all of the playoff spots were locked up. That record-breaking dinger, struck by the Orioles’ Jonathan Villar, was number 6,106 for the year: by season’s end, the league had hit 6,776, shattering the old mark.

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred, like in the 2017 season when ball physics was also a popular topic, repeatedly denied anything was different about the balls, then moved on to denying that anything was deliberately different, and then finally admitted that something was both different and wrong, and that MLB would get the baseball scientists on the case so they could figure out what it was come the offseason.

Manfred spoke of how MLB wanted to strive for transparency on the ball issue, and that, while they weren’t required to discuss changes to the ball with the Players Association, they wanted to make sure players would be “aware” of the situation. Then, when the playoffs started, roughly a week after Manfred’s comments, the rocket ball vanished. There was no notice from the league. MLB is, once again, denying they’ve done anything, and are saying that the postseason balls are the same as the regular season balls despite acting entirely differently. Then again, MLB spend months trying to tell us there was nothing special or different about the 2019 regular season balls, either.

Teams like the Twins rode the juiced ball to the postseason. Minnesota crushed the previous record for homers in a season: they surpassed that mark of 267 on August 31, and then finished their campaign with 307 bombs. Twins, whose strategy for victory was to hit dingers and let a stellar bullpen do the rest, were swept by the Yankees in the ALDS. Their team, which featured 11 different players with at least 10 homers, had their most significant advantage removed just in time for their toughest and most important matchup of the year.

That brings us back to the Astros and Nationals, teams which did rely on pitching during the regular season. The loss of the juiced ball meant little to them, compared to what it did to the poor Twins. The Nationals made it to October on the strength of a rotation that featured perennial Cy Young contender Max Scherzer doing his usual thing, Stephen Strasburg reminding the Nats why they signed him to a lucrative extension, free agent acquisition Patrick Corbin improving on the work that earned him a $140 million deal this past winter, and the inexplicably revitalized Aníbal Sánchez, who has produced some of the best work of his career the last two seasons in his mid-30s after escaping Detroit.

Nationals vs Astros Live

Nationals vs Astros Live: Nationals vs Astros Live Stream, The Houston Astros won the American League pennant on Saturday, defeating the New York Yankees by a 4-2 margin. The 2019 World Series matchup is set with the Washington Nationals set to face the Houston Astros. Washington will come into the Fall Classic well-rested. The Astros and Nationals share a Spring Training site, but there isn’t exactly a lot of shared history between the two franchises as they prepare to meet in the World Series.

Event Name MLB World Series
Game Date October 22th 2019
Tv Channel ESPN/CBS/NBC/FOX/FUVO/YOUTUBE/SLING/HULU
Online Stream

BEST PLACE TO WATCH MLB WORLD SERIES GAME TODAY LIVE STREAM FOR FREE & PREMIUM BOTH WITH ANY SMART DEVICES!

Watch  MLB World Series Games Today Live Stream Free Online on all platforms. With the help of newer technologies, it has become very easy to enjoy live games on gadgets. Fans can watch Baseball  Live stream online on their Ipad, Mac, Pc, laptop or any Android device.

In the year of the home run, the Astros and Nationals have served as reminders that exciting, dominant starting pitching is still out there, and still effective. Both clubs, who will face off in the 2019 World Series beginning with Game 1 on Tuesday, are built around their rotation. Pitching, was hardly the focus in the regular season, however. Instead, it was the juiced ball that got the attention, from early April when its use was first detected, and then in the postseason when, suddenly, it was nowhere to be found.

Some narrative-setting background, for those who haven’t been following along: the 2019 ball isn’t actually “juiced,” but its seams have been altered in a way that changes its aerodynamics significantly — those alternations and their effects have been described in detail by Meredith Willis and Rob Arthur. That change, which reduces drag, played more than a small part in this record-setting season, in which a new mark was set for the most homers in a single MLB season… on September 11, with weeks to go before all of the playoff spots were locked up. That record-breaking dinger, struck by the Orioles’ Jonathan Villar, was number 6,106 for the year: by season’s end, the league had hit 6,776, shattering the old mark.

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred, like in the 2017 season when ball physics was also a popular topic, repeatedly denied anything was different about the balls, then moved on to denying that anything was deliberately different, and then finally admitted that something was both different and wrong, and that MLB would get the baseball scientists on the case so they could figure out what it was come the offseason.

Manfred spoke of how MLB wanted to strive for transparency on the ball issue, and that, while they weren’t required to discuss changes to the ball with the Players Association, they wanted to make sure players would be “aware” of the situation. Then, when the playoffs started, roughly a week after Manfred’s comments, the rocket ball vanished. There was no notice from the league. MLB is, once again, denying they’ve done anything, and are saying that the postseason balls are the same as the regular season balls despite acting entirely differently. Then again, MLB spend months trying to tell us there was nothing special or different about the 2019 regular season balls, either.

Teams like the Twins rode the juiced ball to the postseason. Minnesota crushed the previous record for homers in a season: they surpassed that mark of 267 on August 31, and then finished their campaign with 307 bombs. Twins, whose strategy for victory was to hit dingers and let a stellar bullpen do the rest, were swept by the Yankees in the ALDS. Their team, which featured 11 different players with at least 10 homers, had their most significant advantage removed just in time for their toughest and most important matchup of the year.

That brings us back to the Astros and Nationals, teams which did rely on pitching during the regular season. The loss of the juiced ball meant little to them, compared to what it did to the poor Twins. The Nationals made it to October on the strength of a rotation that featured perennial Cy Young contender Max Scherzer doing his usual thing, Stephen Strasburg reminding the Nats why they signed him to a lucrative extension, free agent acquisition Patrick Corbin improving on the work that earned him a $140 million deal this past winter, and the inexplicably revitalized Aníbal Sánchez, who has produced some of the best work of his career the last two seasons in his mid-30s after escaping Detroit.