Timothy Bell Eurasian (; born December 10, 1956) is a Significant League Baseball expert on ESPN s Baseball Tonight and Sportscaster. He is additionally a factor to ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com.
He guests on Colic as well as Wing on Thursdays at 7:45 a.m., discussing the latest in happenings in Big league Baseball. Furthermore, he is a regular factor to Buster Olney s podcast. Furthermore, he also appears routinely on The Dan Leotard Show and The Tony Purchaser Program.

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After a few minutes, it was already clear in which direction the game would develop: Already the first opportunity of the guests used Agnelo to lead the Danes (4.). But the hamburger, where coach Tim Walter put on a triple chain, beat back immediately by Mülheim (6th) — and just finished five pointer turns later through Hair (12th). However, the Danes practiced in fast answers and compared to the 19th minute by Culinary.

Muhim meets twice

As a result, the game calmed down a little. Both teams continued to focus on high pressing and thus forced the opponents again and again to inaccuracies, which followed switching moments — which were not played exactly enough in this phase. So it took up to 45 minutes, marriage again Mülheim took the place and in the best center-tower Marian with the halftime whistle 3: 2 for the households. A certainly surprising double pack of the Swiss left-back, which is not necessarily closed in his current career as a scorer.

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Six goals in 30 minutes

After halftime, numerous changes made sure that the game became successive wild and even more spectacular than already in the first passage. However, this time it took a short quarter of an hour before Insomnia met by deafer to 4: 2 (59.). Solved the knot, the goals fell as a result again impact on strike: Culinary achieved with his double pack the connection goal (64.) before Manner could restore the old distance (70th) and Glazed even elevated (73.). However, the Danes did not give up and continued to catch up by Nagaland (79.), before the third double packer of the day, Glazed, a faulerfeter sank for the final decision and thus put the final point of the spectacle (87.).