Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Thursday’s sports events:MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALLAMERICAN LEAGUEMinnesota 10 Seattle 5Toronto 12 Baltimore 3LA Angels 5 Tampa Bay 3Boston 7 Texas 6Kansas City 7 Detroit 3Chi White Sox 5 NY Yankees 4NATIONAL LEAGUEAtlanta 6 Pittsburgh 5Arizona 5 Washington 0Colorado 9 San Diego 6LA Dodgers 7 Chi Cubs 3St. Louis at NY Mets, suspendedNATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION PLAYOFFSNBA FINALS, GAME 6Toronto 114 Golden State 110 (TOR wins series)WOMEN’S NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONIndiana 76 Dallas 72Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. June 14, 2019 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 6/13/19 Beau Lund
Listen to the Dan Tyminski Band here.When Alison Krauss decided to take some time off from bluegrass and tour with rocker Robert Plant, Dan Tyminski was faced with some downtime. Instead of cooling his heels, Tyminski—best known as the voice of “Man of Constant Sorrow” from the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack—called on some old friends, including Union Station mate and bassist Barry Bales, Mountain Heart mandolin picker Adam Steffey, banjo stalwart Ron Stewart, and Blue Moon Rising’s Justin Moses, to cut a record and hit the road. Wheels, the Dan Tyminski Band’s June release, entered the Billboard Bluegrass charts at #1, and the band has been getting rave reviews for their live performances.———-BRO: How does a boy from Vermont get hooked on Appalachian music?DT: I had parents who were music enthusiasts. My parents went to a lot of fiddle contests and square dances, so any time there was live bluegrass or country music around, I got to go with them to hear it. And I spent a lot of my youth traveling from festival to festival throughout the summer. I made new friends and played music. I got to do that from the time I was six years old, and I still do it when I can now.BRO: You have been an integral member of Union Station for over a decade and now you are on the road leading your own band. How are those roles different?DT: The biggest difference is that off the stage there is a lot more responsibility with caring for band members, logistics, and making sure everyone goes to where they need to be. Once I take the stage, the roles are very similar. I want to make great music with the people I am on stage with.BRO: Compared to what you do with Union Station, are you flexing any different musical muscles with your band?DT: The stuff that this band does really focuses on the heart of what bluegrass is to us. We venture in more directions than Union Station, which has lot more pop flavor there and is not quite so centered in traditional bluegrass.BRO: Tell me about recording Wheels.DT: This record was born out of the opportunity to play with these guys. It wasn’t done with any particular theme in mind; we didn’t gather songs to express any certain views or opinions. The five of us just wanted to make music. With that in mind, we tried to find songs that suited us as a combination of players that were album worthy. If we are trying to say anything, it is that this is what we think bluegrass music is to us.BRO: I know that you are an avid golfer. What is more difficult—writing a classic bluegrass tune or sticking a five iron pin high?DT: That’s funny, because I’m at the golf course right now. I’ll be teeing off in about an hour. Both of those things are very difficult, but both are immensely rewarding as well.Catch the Dan Tyminski Band at the Three Sisters Music Festival in Chattanooga, Tenn., on October 4 and at the Richmond Folk Festival in Richmond, Va., on October 10-11.Listen to the Dan Tyminski Band here.
Danish research and consultancy organization DHI has launched an online portal that offers instant access to metocean data and analytics.The DHI MetOcean Data Portal allows users to download and validate nearly 40 years of metocean data, including the information on wind, wave, water level and currents.The newly launched portal is based on extensive wave and hydrodynamic modelling using MIKE Powered by DHI software.Before purchasing the data, users are able to request for site-specific validation of wind and wave data against satellite altimeter measurements, according to DHI.Anders Sørrig Mouritzen, Director and Technical Lead at C2Wind, said: “The MetOcean Data Portal is a leap forward when it comes to the availability and accessibility of decades of high-quality metocean data. It has already greatly improved our responsiveness within planning and FEED design of support structures in the offshore wind sector.”Metocean is a discipline covering meteorology and physical oceanography related to quantifying the impact and effect of weather and sea conditions, such as winds, waves, currents, and water levels on various activities in the renewable energy and offshore oil and gas sectors.