Directory corrections noted

first_imgDirectory corrections noted November 1, 2003 Regular News Directory corrections notedcenter_img A number of corrections to the 2003 Bar Journal directory have been noted to the editorial staff. To set the record straight: Judge Dedee S. Costello was omitted from the 14th Judicial Circuit Court listing on page 686. Her address is Bay County Courthouse, P.O. Box 1089, Panama City 32402-1089; phone number is 850/747-5341. Judge Israel Reyes, 11th Judicial Circuit, is assigned to the circuit juvenile division. His address is 3300 N.W. 27th Ave., Rm. 207, Miami 33142; phone number is 305/638-6238. (p. 685) Judge Shirlyon McWhorter is assigned to the Dade County criminal division. Her address is 1351 N.W. 12th St., Rm. 523, Miami 33125; phone number is 305/548-5201. (p. 691)Twelfth Circuit Chief Judge Robert B. Bennett’s phone number is 941/861-7942. (p. 685)Thirteenth Circuit Chief Judge Manuel Menendez, Jr.’s phone number is 813/272-5022. (p. 358)The phone number for Howard Forman, Clerk of Circuit and County Courts, 17th Judicial Circuit, is 954/831-5504. (p. 687) Michael F. Audie’s fax number is 305/670-7766. (p. 59) Carole Joy Barice’s phone number is 407/774-7662. (p. 65) Andrea Black’s address is 545 Delaney Ave., Ste. 5, Orlando 32801; phone number is 407/849-5256; fax number is 407/849-9022; and e-mail address is [email protected] (p. 81) Gary Frederic Canner’s address is U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit, 51 S.W. 1st Ave., Ste. 1304, Miami 33130; phone number is 305/714-1901; fax number is 305/714-1910; e-mail address is [email protected] (p. 111) Gregg Michael Casalino’s e-mail address is [email protected] (p. 116) Judge Eugene John Fierro’s phone number is 305/349-5723. (p. 188) Keith Fousek’s phone number is 954/761-8810. (p. 195) George E. Gelb, 6650 W. Indiantown Rd., Ste. 200, Jupiter 33458, should have been listed under the city of Jupiter on certified lawyers page 27, instead of under the city of Vero Beach on certified lawyers page 28. Darryl Joel Jacobs’s phone number is 772/231-6001. (p. 270) Timothy D. Kelly’s fax number is 612/349-6416. (p. 287) Michael J. Korn’s address is P.O. Box 550700, Jacksonville 32255-0700; e-mail address is [email protected] (p. 298) Roslyn Cynthia Lewin’s phone number is 954/749-9991. (p. 318) V. Frederic Lyon’s fax number is 407/647-7244. (p. 330) Kathleen McCarthy’s address is 1963 N.E. 6th St., Deerfield Beach 33441; phone number is 954/993-2836; fax number is 954/768-0114. (p. 347) Joe Gary McMakin’s phone number is 813/241-6101. (p. 354)The Law Offices of John C. Mullin, Jr., are located at 19 W. Flagler St., Ste. 210, Miami 33130-4406; phone number is 305/372-2727. (p. 376) Stephen C. Page’s fax number is 772/781-6886. (p. 395) Richard J. Potash’s fax number is 954/423-1107. (p. 415) William Leon Richey’s phone number is 305/372-8808; fax number is 305/372-3669. (p. 432) Barry Roderman’s e-mail address is [email protected] (p. 437) Jay Eli Schecter’s fax number is 305/443-0027. (p. 460) Steven M. Sherman’s e-mail address is [email protected] (p. 475) Pavel Straka ’s phone number in the Czech Republic is 011 420 222 512 843. (p. 612) William A. (Bill) Sutherland’s phone number is 902/445-2500. (p. 507) William R. Swindle’s e-mail address is [email protected] (p. 508) John R. Thomas’s e-mail address is [email protected] (p. 515) Anthony J. Titone’s e-mail address is [email protected] (p. 518) S. George Trager’s phone number is 305/868-4727. (p. 521) David F. Vedder, 1414 W. Granada Blvd., Ste. 2, Ormond Beach 32174, should have been listed under Ormond Beach, not Palm Coast, on certified lawyers page 24. Roy L. Weinfeld, P.A., is located at 2200 SunTrust International Center, One Southeast Third Ave., Miami 33131-1716. (p. 542) Jerry Zaslow, of Law & Zaslow, L.L.C., is located at 100 N. 17th St., 15th Fl., Philadelphia, Pa., 19103-2703; phone number 215/751-0500; fax number 215/751-0700; e-mail address is [email protected] (p. 564)last_img read more

Hyun-Jin Ryu could cap comeback by pitching Dodgers into World Series

first_img How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire “It’s remarkable. It really is,” Dodgers manager Dave Roberts. “I think you see guys who are a lot more emotional, vocal, but don’t have the same compete as Hyun-Jin. A lot of it is that inner drive and fire and compete. And so many teammates have told me that this guy has ice in his veins, and he’s a big-game pitcher. And the more I’ve gotten to see him execute pitches in big spots, it’s kind of come to fruition.“This year, even with what he went through, he was determined to get back here. … He didn’t like not being a part of the (postseason) roster last year. And that hurt. I know it hurt him. So he was going to do everything he could to force our hand by performing to be in this position that he put himself in.”Ryu’s motivation might be two-pronged. He acknowledged his disappointment in being left off the roster for each of the three playoff rounds last October – his interpreter used the word “bummer” in his translation earlier this month.But Ryu’s original six-year, $36 million contract also expires this year. His performance down the stretch and in the playoffs has done wonders for his market value this winter.“I never doubted myself, whether I could come back the same way that I pitched from the past to now after the surgery,” Ryu said through his interpreter. “Throughout the rehab process, it was pretty much the same. Beginning of the rehab, middle of the rehab, and end of the rehab, I had no doubt in my mind that I could come back and pitch as well as I had in the past.” MILWAUKEE — When Korean left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu made his first appearance in a Dodgers uniform, it was for a conditioning run with the rest of the pitchers on the first day of spring training in 2013.Ryu finished well behind the group alongside Kenley Jansen – who was four months removed from ablation surgery to address an irregular heartbeat. Afterward, Ryu joked about the pace being much faster in America than Korea.That was the least of the physical challenges Ryu would face with the Dodgers.In the five years since, he has had surgery on his pitching shoulder and elbow, causing him to essentially sit out two seasons, and tore a groin muscle partially away from the bone earlier this year. And yet, he will take the ball for Game 6 of the National League Championship Series on Friday night at Miller Park pitching the best he has since leaving Korea with a chance to pitch the Dodgers into a second consecutive World Series. He has actually pitched better than before. Although the two-month recovery from his groin injury limited him to 15 starts and 82-1/3 innings during the regular season, Ryu posted his lowest ERA (1.97), WHIP (1.01) and strikeout rate (9.7 per nine innings). He held batters to a .221 average and .622 OPS – career-bests by significant margins.His two playoff starts have built on that – two runs allowed over 11-1/3 innings with 12 strikeouts and no walks. His fastball has enjoyed the playoff stage. Ryu averaged 92.11 mph on his fastball in his starts against the Braves and Brewers, his highest average since the 2014 playoffs.Related Articles Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies “I feel like I’m a similar pitcher from my first couple of years than now,” Ryu said of his post-surgery repertoire. “I guess the only difference is I know more about the league and the players, and having that information and experience under my belt definitely helps me.”That belt might be a little tighter as well. The thick-legged, closet smoker will never be a fitness model. But Roberts attributes Ryu’s stellar performance this year to better health and being “in as good of shape as I’ve ever seen him.”“I think the health is the No. 1 component,” Roberts said. “This past winter, he had a regular offseason where he could prepare for spring training, and he showed that when he started the season, he came out throwing well.“Talking to Hyun-Jin, it was the winter where he could kind of prepare for a season as a regular player instead of going through the rehab and coming into spring training, he was in good shape, was strong. And then it was just the buildup as a regular player, a starting pitcher.”Staff writer Jeff Fletcher contributed to this story.Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, left, believes oft-injured pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu is in the best shape of his career this season. He’ll hand the left-hander the ball to start Game 2 of the NLCS on Friday night in Milwaukee. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)last_img read more