Astros scramble after pitchers pounded for 25 runs by Boston
Houston's pitching staff will need to adjust quickly after allowing 25 runs and 32 hits to Boston in the first three games of the AL Championship Series, a barrage that made the loss of injured Lance McCullers Jr. seem acute. Kyle Schwarber hit Boston’s third grand slam in an 11-inning span, a drive off starter José Urquidy as part of a six-run second inning in Monday night's 12-3 rout that gave the Red Sox a 2-1 series lead. Boston hit four home runs, raising its total to nine off Astros pitching, which has a 7.96 ERA.news.yahoo.com
Punxsutawney Phil's town misses Groundhog Day boost
Dereume holds Punxsutawney Phil, the weather prognosticating groundhog, during the 135th celebration of Groundhog Day on Gobbler's Knob in Punxsutawney, Pa., Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2021. “The economic impact was really bad.”The mayor said the community of roughly 6,000 residents swells with between 10,000 to 15,000 tourists on Groundhog Day. Ad“On a normal Groundhog Day, there are so many festivities and the businesses and restaurants are inundated,” the Republican said. She said Groundhog Day typically gives local merchants a boost at a time of year when tourism is usually slow. Groundhog Day has its origin in a German legend about a furry rodent.
Groundhog Day 2021: Punxsutawney Phil predicts 6 more weeks of winter
The spectacle that is Groundhog Day at Gobbler's Knob in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania went on but this year, it was all virtual because of the coronavirus pandemic. "People have been referencing Groundhog Day. "Groundhog Day also shows us that the monotony ends. "Today actually is Groundhog Day, there's only one," he added. Dereume holds Punxsutawney Phil, the weather prognosticating groundhog, as Vice President Tom Dunkel reads the scroll during the 135th celebration of Groundhog Day on Gobbler's Knob in Punxsutawney, Pennyslvania, on Tuesday, February 2, 2021.cbsnews.com
Despite clouds and snow, Phil sees shadow; predicts six more weeks of winter
– As is the yearly custom, Punxsutawney Phil was awoken from his slumber at 7:25 a.m. Tuesday. After conferring with members of his inner circle, it was declared that he saw his shadow, thus predicting six more weeks of winter. It was the 105th time he saw his shadow, compared to 20 times he has predicted an early spring. Whether the shadow was produced by the sun’s rays or flashing camera bulbs is up for debate. Weather observations Tuesday morning at the nearby DuBois Regional Airport reveal that it was cloudy and snowing at the time of Phil’s proclamation.
Groundhog Day 2021: Punxsutawney Phil makes his prediction
Groundhog Day 2021: Punxsutawney Phil makes his prediction Pennsylvania's most famous groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, emerged from his burrow on a snowy Tuesday morning and saw his shadow, a prediction for six more weeks of winter. Watch how it all unfolded on "CBSN AM."cbsnews.com
WATCH: Punxsutawney Phil prepares to make his prediction
Copyright 2021 by WSLS 10 - All rights reserved. It’s Groundhog Day. Will Punxsutawney Phil see his shadow or not? Published: February 2, 2021, 7:19 am Updated: February 2, 2021, 7:34 amWATCH: Punxsutawney Phil prepares to make his predictionPublished: February 2, 2021, 7:19 am Updated: February 2, 2021, 7:34 amIf you need help with the Public File, call 540-512-1558.
A gloomy Groundhog Day: Punxsutawney Phil says more winter
Groundhog Club President Jeff Lundy interacts with Punxsutawney Phil, the weather prognosticating groundhog, during the 135th celebration of Groundhog Day in Punxsutawney, Pa. Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2021. (AP Photo/Barry Reeger)PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. – There will be six more weeks of winter, Punxsutawney Phil predicted as he emerged from his burrow on a snowy Tuesday morning to perform his Groundhog Day duties. Punxsutawney Phil may be the most famous groundhog seer but he's certainly not the only one. There are two other high-profile “imposters,” as the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club calls them, in the region. Connecticut marked Groundhog Day with a hedgehog making the prediction after the state’s official groundhog, Chuckles X, died last year.
Six more weeks of winter? Punxsutawney Phil makes his Groundhog Day prediction
And this year Punxsutawney Phil declared: "Spring will be early, it's a certainty." Legend has it that if the creature casts a shadow on Feb. 2, winter will continue for six more weeks. From 2015 through 2019, he has predicted six more weeks of winter thrice and an early spring twice. Elsewhere, in New York City, Staten Island Chuck also predicted an early spring. The critter who resides at Staten Island Zoo groundhog also did not see his shadow.
Early spring a 'certainty' says groundhog, but no word on Super Bowl champ
It was still hours before millions of Super Bowl fans were to learn who has taken the crown as the greatest team in football. Just after sunrise, the bucktoothed rodent named Punxsutawney Phil squirmed before an enormous crowd chanting Phil, Phil, Phil at the 134th seasonal prognostication in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, about 80 miles (129 km) northeast of Pittsburgh. Each Feb. 2, known as Groundhog Day, crowds gather on a small hill known as Gobblers Knob for the festivities. The legendary prediction is rooted in the belief that if the groundhog casts a shadow, winter will endure for six more weeks. There was no word from groundhog Phil about his bet for the winner of Super Bowl LIV.feeds.reuters.com
1/29: Donald Trump: Veterans were "so happy" at my event; Runaway groundhog leaves Wisconsin town looking for a replacement
The State Department said some of the emails on Hillary Clinton's unsecured private server did contain top secret information; When you think of Groundhog Day, most Americans don't think of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin.cbsnews.com
Runaway groundhog leaves Wisconsin town looking for a replacement
When you think of Groundhog Day, most Americans don't think of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. There's as much passion there as Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, but in this town finding a groundhog for the festive day is a lot harder than you would think. Steve Hartman reports.cbsnews.com