View Comments Waitress We’ve been waiting for this! Finally, we have a first listen of the track “She Used to Be Mine” from the Broadway-bound Waitress. Singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles composed the score for the show, which is playing at the American Repertory Theater through September 27, led by Tony winner Jessie Mueller. Bareilles will release a concept album entitled What’s Inside: Songs From Waitress later this fall; the below number is now available as a single. Waitress (casting and dates yet to be confirmed) will open on the Great White Way at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre next spring. Star Files Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 5, 2020 Sara Bareilles
As part of being loyal to its numerous listeners, a member of the Multimedia family, Nhyira FM is giving out match tickets to its loyal sports listeners on the “Nhyira Power Sports” programme which runs from 10-12noon daily.This gesture comes as a result of shortage of tickets in the Kumasi Municipality ahead of the Play off between Ghana and Egypt on Tuesday .Meanwhile reports are that tickets for the much anticipated encounter are the hottest seling commodity in the metropolis and this has made certain individuals hoarding tickets to sell to the highest bidders on the match day.Delali Atiase, Head of Sports of Nhyira Fm believes this philantropic gesture is not a nine day wonder.”Tickets for our listeners will be going on daily basis for them to know we cheerish their contibutions on daily basis on our programmes,” Host of the show said.There will be live commentary on the match from 3:30pm on Tuesday on all Multimedia platforms.
With March here, it’s time to study some mock draft average draft positions (ADP). Of course, using ADP should be a guide, not the template. Regular season games will begin on March 20th between the Mariners and A’s in Japan, then all the teams will all teams will regular season play in the US on March 28th. So, if one hasn’t started preparing for his or her fantasy baseball draft, Fantasy Alarm and Sporting News Fantasy are here for you.Consider this article a quick overview of how drafts could go when they start in earnest over the next couple of weeks. The charts below date back to November and adjust every two weeks. As always, some news and notes will accompany each position. GET IT NOW: Fantasy Alarm Draft GuideFantasy baseball mock draft ADP trendsCatcherSalvador Perez will reportedly miss the season due to damage to his ulnar collateral ligament in his throwing elbow, further weakening the catcher field. One beneficiary of this will be Welington Castillo. Beef’s price continues to rise in drafts, and his power upside propels him above Tucker Barnhart with an average draft position of 256.03 in February. Another riser resides in Los Angeles. With Yasmani Grandal no longer in town, Austin Barnes should be the primary catcher for the Dodgers. He went as early as pick number 286 last month. Plus, he could steal five to seven bases.DOMINATE YOUR DRAFT: SN Fantasy Cheat SheetFirst BaseWhile speed dominates most fantasy conversations, first base proves to be slippery with targets in flux along with its depth being questioned. There are some diamonds in the rough, but be sure not to wait too long before addressing the position. Matt Olson continues to climb and sits ninth in the ADP for February. What to do with Miguel Cabrera will be perplexing for fantasy owners. He has such a stable skill set, but will he age well? So far this spring he’s hitting .545 with an on-base plus slugging of 1.552 through 14 plate appearances. But can he pull the ball with authority? Time will tell. Other questions: Where will Edwin Encarnacion start the year? Can owners wait to take Justin Smoak? Will Eric Hosmer bounce back?GET IT NOW: Fantasy Alarm Draft GuideSecond BaseSecond base provides a cornucopia of options. Jose Altuve, Javier Baez and Whit Merrifield sit atop the field with the ability to provide across the board. Many will speculate on the young prodigies like Ozzie Albies and Gleyber Torres. It’s interesting to see Scooter Gennett adrift in ADP plunging to the ninth second baseman taken last month. Beneath this group, both Nick Senzel and Ketel Marte continue to rise in drafts, though each could start the year in center field. As much as one can love Daniel Murphy hitting in Coors Field, owners seem to overlook Robinson Cano potentially hitting third for the Mets. And Jonathan Villar continues to ride his stolen base upside in drafts, so take note.Third BaseIt’s curious because many opine about the lack of depth at first base but in deeper formats, one could end up with Zack Cozart if not paying attention to third. Note that Travis Shaw can be used at second base and teammate Mike Moustakas could add that designation in-season, making them intriguing targets. While the Blue Jays continue to insist Vlad Guerrero Jr. needs more time in the minors, fantasy owners still crave him. It will be very interesting to see how many major league at-bats Guerrero Jr. accrues.DOMINATE YOUR DRAFT: SN Fantasy Cheat SheetShortstopRepresenting another diverse group in drafts, shortstop will be a bit deeper this time around. Francisco Lindor will make or break some drafts dependent on how fast he returns from his calf injury along with if it lingers during the year. There’s no more polarizing player in drafts than Adalberto Mondesi. If one waits, there’s power lurking in Paul DeJong of the Cardinals below this list or speed in Amed Rosario. Part of the consternation with Rosario will be where he hits in the lineup. He stole 16 of his 24 bases hitting leadoff last year, but he projects to bat seventh or eighth this year.GET IT NOW: Fantasy Alarm Draft GuideOutfieldThere’s not much fluctuation in this first tier of outfielders. Bryce Harper could see a surge in ADP due to his landing in Philadelphia. Keep tabs on the sore shoulder of Tommy Pham, he will appear as the designated hitter in the next four-to-five games, but his checkered injury past should sound a warning alert in comparison to his draft day price. It will depend on how one feels about risk.Not reflected in this chart, Lorenzo Cain actually vaulted ahead of both Pham and George Springer in February drafts. Perhaps it’s the steals or just personal preference, but be aware. Mitch Haniger’s off to a strong start this spring but continues to slip in drafts. There’s a point in which UTIL-only-eligible Shohei Ohtani becomes a value compared to his ADP, it feels like he’s there at almost 178th overall.DOMINATE YOUR DRAFT: SN Fantasy Cheat SheetStarting PitcherAs if it’s not said enough, the price of pitching could surprise people who have yet to take part in a mock or best ball draft. Plan accordingly. After the big three, it’s personal preference between Justin Verlander, Corey Kluber, Gerrit Cole and Blake Snell. In every draft, someone will see the name Clayton Kershaw and take him due to name recognition, this may be the year not to be that guy.It’s curious to see how some values change in this group, but remain almost the same. Carlos Carrasco surged in the second half, if he’s your ace, it could work out, but as a second pitcher, seems more advantageous. Veterans Stephen Strasburg and Zack Greinke usually fall below the up and coming young studs. Recent news could impact the price of Mike Foltynewicz. He could miss opening day with elbow soreness and his price will drop, but to a point it’s worth it with regression already in the offing? Good luck.Relief Pitcher As if the innings logged by Sean Doolittle the last three years did not make him risky enough, reports suggest Washington’s in hot pursuit of Craig Kimbrel. Tread lightly here. Both Josh Hader and Raisel Iglesias seem to be stalled in terms of ADP. Keep an eye on Jose LeClerc and Kirby Yates, each will be worth taking ahead of their present price. Will the Bud Norris signing affect Ken Giles? Time will tell, but remember to handcuff.Draft season will be in full swing, so be sure to stay with Fantasy Alarm to stay ahead of the competition. Our draft guide and Howard Bender’s Mock Draft Army will translate to success.