A Day

A Day

The day (April 6, 2006) on which HM Revenue & Customs changed the tax-free limitations on pension savings.
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As per the reports, the A's have decided to acquire catcher George Kottaras from the Milwaukee Brewers, though indications are that a trade won't be completed for a day or two.
If the network staff is finished mourning the Red Sox, it might notice the bright side of Boston's absence from the playoffs: Now there's time for even more Yankees coverage, expanding from 12 hours a day to 24
He also overcame some of his road woes for a day to improve to 6-6 away from home.
While Thanksgiving is a day of joy and celebration throughout the country, for some families it can be just another day of hand-to-hand existence," Fang said.
OAKLAND -- Vladimir Guerrero was the designated hitter Saturday, a day after he dropped a fly ball down the right-field line that went for a two-base error.
And the ballpark still was buzzing a day after Rangers pitcher Kenny Rogers physically confronted two television cameramen.
When word leaked Bosley was soon to go, he challenged the A's to fire him if they weren't happy; a day later, he reiterated that the comments weren't an attempt to get a pink slip.
Mariners manager Lou Piniella sat most of his regulars against the Angels a day after clinching the AL West.
In the district's program at El Dorado, 126 eighth-graders are spending four hours a day for 3 1/2 weeks, boning up on math, reading, spelling and grammar in what school officials describe as a tough regimen.
I know I can use a day off,'' first baseman Jason Giambi said.