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Despite A Disappointing Road trip, Sox Bats Have Been Heating Up

James Gordon | May 25, 2017

A 3-7 road trip often doesn’t have too many bright spots, but despite having that kind of road trip, the White Sox gave fans a lot of things to be happy about.   377 more words

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Minor League Report. Washouts, a battle for a pitching spot, and the top pitching prospect is hurt.

AAA SWB and AA Trenton were both rained out tonight.

A few days ago, James Kaprielian was scheduled to start tonight for High A Tampa. That was cancelled because with the bad weather up north, where Jordan Montgomery was supposed to start for SWB and Chad Green for Trenton in their bids to be the #5 in the Yankees’ rotation, both were sent to Tampa. 169 more words

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In Brazil since the 70’s, and after three successful years in Rio de Janeiro as a DMC and PCO, ABREU will soon be further expanding its operations in South America, with the addition of its PCO business unit in Sao Paulo, Operational in Portugal since 1978, the PCO reputation it is preceded by a tradition of well succeeded International Conferences and Congresses portfolio. 130 more words



Lisbon – A Fado

  • Perfect mix of Heritage and Modernity
  • Unique combination of City, Resorts and Mountain within 30 minutes drive
  • Unique locations for all size of events, from large congresses to a small sales meeting…
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Madrid – Cosmopolitan and Elegant

  • Capital of Spain and Historical Centre
  • Monumentak and Majestic Flavour
  • Superb Venues for any type of events
  • Unrivalled Night Life…
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Abreu Tours, Inc

Abreu Tours, Inc is our partner in the United States of America and part of the Abreu Travel Group.
Established in Oporto in 1840 and has grown into one of the leading, most successful travel companies in the travel industry employing over 1400 staff worldwide. 641 more words



Abreu, is a Destination Management Company, part of the Abreu Travel Group, founded in Portugal in 1840, featuring own operational offices in Spain (Madrid and Barcelona), in Portugal (Lisbon, Algarve, Madeira, Oporto and Azores Islands), in Brazil (Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo) and United States of America (Newark and Orlando). 105 more words