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When I reported the Whitecaps link with Pedro Morales on the last day of February, I imagined keyboards clicking all over Vancouver as fans tried to unearth some sense of who this so-called "number 10" was. Vans Old Skool White . The resume looked good, and the YouTube video clips were encouraging, but anyone can cram a players best career moments into 10 grainy minutes. So when Morales finally made his debut at BC Place on Saturday amid a thunderous welcome there was still a big unknown factor to this new designated player. With his first touch, the 28-year-old Chilean reeled in a through ball with his left foot, before swerving it into the path of Sebastien Fernandez, which eventually led to a Whitecaps corner. From there, Morales never turned over possession. In the 77th minute, he brushed the ball forward with his chest, bought some time in a midfield pocket, and clipped a through ball for a wide open and onside Kenny Miller - and the game was over. Simple, effortless, quality. A minute later he pulled out some trickery to release Nic Mezquida who ultimately forced a save, and then more "oohs and ahhs" from the sellout crowd as he cleverly dummied a ball for Laba in minute 85. Reactions from the Whitecaps Residency players were priceless. Like kids watching a birthday party magician, they squealed with delight at every touch. Among them, 17-year-old Marco Bustos; another natural No. 10 who ironically has some Chilean blood. What was going through his mind in minute 89 as Morales stroked home the 4-0 goal with one perfect connection from his right foot? Yes, it was only 25 minutes. But Whitecaps fans left BC Place Saturday wondering what kind of magic Morales could provide when he gets a full 90. Vans Sk8 Hi Leather . Unfortunately for the Cleveland Cavaliers, James Harden was in the building. Vans Sk8 Hi Clearance .A. Happs hold on a spot in the Blue Jays starting rotation is in question.HOUSTON - The Houston Astros said Monday that they have been the victims of hackers who accessed their servers and published months of internal trade talks on the Internet. "It was an illegal activity and were going to pursue it and try and find out who did it and prosecute," general manager Jeff Luhnow said. The team is working with the FBI and Major League Baseball security to try who was responsible for the breach. Luhnow said the team learned of the hacking about a month ago. The team responded on Monday after the website Deadspin.com published a story about the breach. Among the items involved talks with Miami to trade 2012 top overall pick Carlos Correa and rookie George Springer for Marlins star slugger Giancarlo Stanton. Luhnow said some of the information was accurate and some was not, but he wouldnt discuss what portions fell into which category. He said the Astros have since upgraded the security on their system. "I dont know if anybody can say for sure that any system is 100 per cent secure, but were working on it," Luhnow said. "Weve done a security review and were going to continue to do more. Obviously information is important in our industry as it is in any industry, and we want to do everything we can to protect the information." Luhnow has reached out to other teams to apologize that theey were involved in the breach as well. Vans Shoes Wholesale. . "Some of it is not accurate and theres information out there that affects other teams and individual players thats not accurate," he said. "And just in general when you have a conversation with another team its a conversation between two individuals or two clubs. Its not meant to be shared with the world. So I feel bad about that." The Astros rely heavily on sabermetrics in their evaluation of players and have been open about the fact that they use an online database to house their proprietary information. Luhnow isnt sure if thats why they were targeted, but he knows they are far from the only team which stores data about players and trades online. "You have to think about it: its the double-edged sword of technology makes things easier, but if things like this are capable of happening its definitely a risk that every team should probably think about now in light of this happening to us," he said. "It happened to us. Could it have happened to other clubs? I dont know." "One of the things I have been talking to my counterparts about with other clubs is recommending that everybody take a look at their own security systems and make sure they dont get hacked the way that we were. Because this definitely was an illegal activity," he said, ' ' '

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