The following winter, NCL will base vessels for the first time in both Tampa and Civitavecchia, near Rome, during the 2011 12 winter and spring season. "We continue to evaluate our deployment to optimize both our financial results and our guest satisfaction levels," said NCL CEO Kevin Sheehan. (Read more from Sheehan, In the Hot Seat.) NCL will also base the 2,000 passenger year round in New Orleans in 2011, also a first for the line, which has previously offered only seasonal cruising from the Big Easy. The decision to put vessels there and in Tampa, Sheehan said, was convenience. "We added Tampa and New Orleans so that we could have more access to those drive markets and so guests would not have to deal with air travel," Sheehan said. theme parks. The 2,240 passenger 's move to Tampa means that NCL will not operate a ship to the Mexican Riviera from Southern California next year. "Mexican Riviera has been a challenging market," Sheehan explained. "We've been pleased with our new Caribbean homeports and saw an opportunity for an additional one with Tampa." The move comes months after both Carnival Cruise Lines and Princess Cruises decreased capacity in that market: Carnival is moving the 2,052 passenger Carnival Elation from year round cruising in San Diego to year round Mobile, Ala., service in May, and Princess eliminated 15 Mexican Riviera cruises for this year and next. The 2,002 passenger Norwegian Sun is moving to Copenhagen from Dover, England, where it was also offering Baltic cruises. Sheehan said that decision was based on being able to offer the same itinerary on a shorter cruise, by not having to make the long run from Dover to the Baltic region. The 2,402 passenger will move from Barcelona to Civitavecchia in order to offer a new winter and spring homeport and itinerary in Europe, Sheehan said. The new itinerary will include NCL's first call in Israel in more than a decade. 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Because of the All Star break, they won't need Lopez to pitch again until July 20 when the Cubs visit the Bank for the opener of a three game series, and Lopez said he should be ready. "So far, I don't think it's something bad," he said. "I think I can pitch by the 20th. Stairs said they would even sit together in the dugout and give each other tips. So, after batting practice yesterday, I asked Stairs if, should the Phillies and Jays work out a deal (a huge "IF," by the way), Halladay might waive his no trade clause to come here. "I can't answer that," Stairs said. "He's been there for so long [12 seasons], and he has such a good routine, it would probably be hard for him to leave. And I understand that. But he'd be successful wherever he is. If the right opportunity came up and he was going to the right situation where he enjoyed being around good guys, would he waive it? Maybe."On tap today: Raul Ibanez will play in what the Phillies hope will be his final minor league rehab game at Class AAA Lehigh Valley. If that goes well, he could be activated Friday, and if that happens, he'll be able to start for the NL in the All Star Game on Tuesday night in St. Louis. Speaking of which, Shane Victorino finally will learn today if he has won the online voting for the final NL roster spot. As of yesterday, he was trailing Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval, although we can't tell you the exact deficit because MLB doesn't release vote totals. That's a pet peeve of ours here at Philled In. Vaguely telling us that Sandoval leads in a "closely contested race" is akin to a television network not providing the score of a game during a blowout in order to keep viewers tuned in. And, by the way, if Victorino doesn't win the vote, he still stands a good chance to make the NL team. Carlos Beltran won't play next week because of a bruised right knee, and because he was picked by the fans, Manuel doesn't have to replace him with the next highest vote getter in the player balloting (Matt Kemp had more votes than Victorino in the player balloting). Ryan yesterday. In 2005, Ryan had 36 saves for the Orioles. He had 38 saves for the Jays in 2007. Just last season, he had 32 saves and a 2.95 ERA. Sure, Ryan has struggled this year (6.53 ERA), but something tells us it won't be long before he finds work, especially since any team that signs him will be responsible only for a prorated portion of the major league minimum salary ($400,000). The Jays will foot the bill for the approximately $15 million remaining on his contract this season and next. Ryan, Matt Stairs, Pablo Sandoval, Raul Ibanez, Rodrigo Lopez, Roy Halladay, Shane Victorino Following today's All Star announcement, perhaps the biggest question is this: Will Raul Ibanez, on the disabled list with a strained left groin since June 18, be able to play in his first All Star Game? The answer: He'll try. Ibanez will play about five innings in left field tomorrow night for Class AA Reading. Beyond that, the Phillies don't have a schedule for Ibanez. But both Charlie Manuel and Ruben Amaro Jr. said last week that Ibanez needs to get 10 12 at bats in the minors before he's ready to be activated. That's about three games. So, if Ibanez plays tomorrow night, feels good, and plays two more games, that would put him in line to be activated Thursday or Friday. "I think we kind of knew that [the rehab assignment] was going to be early this week last week," Ibanez said. "The only time you feel nothing in this sport is the first day of spring training. It's a 162 game season. You're always feeling something. You just try to grind through it, and you know the difference between something that's not good and something you can fight through." So, how will Ibanez know if he's healthy enough to play in the All Star Game? "Getting ready for the All Star Game has zero influence [on when he'll be ready to play]," Ibanez said. "These guys are not going to let me go out there and play for the Phillies if I can't do it. So, if I can't do it here, I'm not going to go out and do it there. The only way they're going to turn me loose is if I can play, period." More from Ibanez and other Phillies players later at Philled In and tomorrow in The News Journal. Labels: Raul Ibanez So, Chase Utley and Raul Ibanez were voted by the fans to start for the National League in the All Star Game. No surprise there. The real drama on Selection Sunday (All Star version) was whether Ryan Howard would make the team. It's not that Howard wasn't worthy. I mean, 20 homers and 60 RBIs are nothing to sneeze at. But, in the NL, first base is an ultra talented position. Albert Pujols (.336/.460/.744, 31 HR, 82 RBIs through Saturday night) was voted to start, and deservedly so. No NL player has been as good as Pujols, an MVP candidate every year. Howard had an ally in the manager's office (Charlie Manuel is skippering the NL team this year), but it was impossible to ignore the candidacies of Prince Fielder (21 HR, 75 RBIs) and Adrian Gonzalez (24 HR, 50 RBIs). Air Jordan 8 Bugs Bunny 2013,John Adam Daly, 31, nicked off with the vehicle at 8.30am last Sunday after the driver left it parked outside a Charters Towers Rd pharmacy with the motor running. It took police less than 20 minutes to find Daly on University Rd. He stepped out of the vehicle with his hands up after his short joy ride. Daly said he had a fight with friends on the street and was trying to find his way to a mate's home in Oonoonba, but took a long route because he didn't know where he was. He pleaded guilty in Townsville Magistrates Court yesterday to seven charges, including unlawful use of a vehicle and dangerous operation of a vehicle. Magistrate Peter Smid sentenced Daly to nine months' jail for the theft, setting a parole release date of April 6. Start of sidebar. Skip to end of sidebar. "There seems to be no excuse for what you've done," he said. "You had an argument and you wanted to go home, seeking instant gratification." The court heard Daly was unlicensed at the time. The driver of the vehicle told police he left his truck running outside the pharmacy when he went to deliver the goods. He said he was gone no more than three minutes.
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Shy Williams led the Rebels with 16 points, while Sims added eight. all we've been through, we all got together and played as a family, Sims said. very proud of my teammates. Westside puts halt to Byrnes' Cinderella playoff runBy KEVIN MELTONWestside forward Fred Mattison, right, steals the ball away from Byrnes' Corey Foster late in the fourth quarter on Saturday. The senior knocked down consecutive baskets late in the fourth quarter to rally the Rams to a 44 40 victory over Byrnes in the second round of the 4A boys upper state playoffs on Saturday night at William M. Roberts Gymnasium. The loss ended the Rebels' Cinderella run after upsetting defending state champion Gaffney in the first round on Wednesday. been a rollercoaster, but these guys believed in their coaches and each other, Byrnes coach Layne Fowler said. a tremendous step for our program. 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