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Jason Gillespie: Joe Root is ready to lead England … he would embrace it

Jason Gillespie: Joe Root is ready to lead England … he would embrace it

Yorkshire’s head coach has helped six of his County Championship-winning side into the England squad and will begin the title defence seriously down on numbers but Gillespie chooses to look at the positives • Mum’s tears have Adam Lyth crying over England call to tour West Indies “Part of our job is to help these lads achieve the dream of playing for their country,” admits the Yorkshire head coach, Jason Gillespie, whose side will go into the first month of their County Championship title defence missing six players on international duty with England in the Caribbean. The price of success is a great big hole in his first team. The three-Test series against West Indies starting on 13 April could, in theory at least, see Joe Root, Gary Ballance, Jonny Bairstow and Liam Plunkett, along with the uncapped Adil Rashid and Adam Lyth, equal the record set by the sextet of Nottinghamshire cricketers who represented England against Australia in Sydney in 1887 – the most from one county. Continue reading...

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NL Central season preview: all the ways the Cubs will mess up

NL Central season preview: all the ways the Cubs will mess up

The St Louis Cardinals are one of baseball’s smuggest teams - but they have reason to be, and should win the division again With the regular season looming and teams about to head north, it’s time to take a look at five questions that will define the storylines for the National League Central in 2015. Related: AL Central season preview: the White Sox are due a resurgence Playoff predictions: AL Orioles, Indians, Mariners; DET, NYY. NL Nationals, Pirates, Dodgers; Cardinals, Marlins. PIT to win WS over SEA. We hope Andrew McCutchen's strength wasn't in his hair… ----> http://t.co/OkMdDCObfT (via http://t.co/Aqy0o8BLIj ) pic.twitter.com/F86nBOE4iz Related: NL West season preview: why the San Francisco Giants won't repeat Related: AL West season preview: Rangers set for Texas-sized suffering Continue reading...

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