A baby-faced Ralph Macchio leg-swept his way into moviegoers’ hearts as “The Karate Kid” under the tutelage of handyman/martial arts expert Mr. Miyagi (played by Noriyuki “Pat” Morita). The Kid stood up to Cobra Kai tyrant Johnny Lawrence, played by William Zabka, who was eternally typecast as the go-to blond bully boy of the era. In “Revenge of the Nerds,” released in July, Robert Carradine and Anthony Edwards paired up to play academically inclined freshmen who eventually gain social supremacy over the jockish jerks of the Alpha Beta fraternity by joining forces with other outcasts, panty raiders and nose-pickers. “Gremlins” fed moviegoers’ appetite for cutesy horror, Patrick Swayze’s “Red Dawn” became the first release to earn a first PG-13 rating for its “intensity” of violence in a fictional post-communist invasion America, and Tom Hanks threw a “Bachelor Party” that got a tad out of hand.
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He went seven innings and allowed three runs, with two coming on a home run off the foul pole by Donovan Solano. RED SOX 3, REDS 2 CINCINNATI (AP) Yoenis Cespedes hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning, lifting the Red Kim Kardashian Superstar movie Sox to a win over the Reds. One pitch after ducking away from Jonathan Broxton’s high-and-inside fastball, Cespedes launched a no-doubt, 433-foot drive to center field with two outs and Brock Holt on second base to give Boston back-to-back victories for the first time since a five-game winning streak from July 13-20. Cespedes hit his 19th homer of the season and second with Boston one in each of the last two games. Tommy Layne (1-0) got the final out of the seventh inning for the win.
Silva’s August Top 150 – Yahoo Sports
Average Draft Position (ADP), position scarcity, upside, and projected role are all strongly considered in the rankings. I do bump up players I want readers to draft — sometimes aggressively — because I think they should pursue them. I bump down players I do not want readers to draft because I believe there is evidence suggesting they’re best left avoided. As is always the case in these Top 150s, I devalue quarterbacks because it is a devalued position in standard, one-quarterback leagues. I think securing a top-four tight end provides owners with a significant week-to-week edge. I recommend an aggressive approach at this position.
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