Golfers participating in the 10th Annual CVMC Fall Foliage Charity Golf Classic were treated to a spectacular fall day at the Country Club of Vermont in Waterbury. The tournament raised close to $15,000 for cancer care services at Central Vermont Medical Center.With the opening of the National Life Cancer Treatment Center in the fall of 2009, this addition of radiation therapy to all of our existing diagnostic, surgical and medical oncology services means that cancer patients in central Vermont now have access to comprehensive cancer care’including many critical patient support services’right here in their own community.CVMC’s Patient Navigator, Theresa Lever, spoke to golfers at the reception following the event about the advancements CVMC has made over the past two years in the types of support services provided to cancer patients. ‘Today, quality cancer care goes beyond medical treatments,’ said Lever. ‘We are there for our patients before, during and after their treatments, helping them overcome obstacles and using a variety of our resources in traditional and creative ways to help reduce their stress and make this difficult time in their lives a little easier.’CVMC would like to thank all of our sponsors, on behalf of our patients, who are the true beneficiaries of their generous support. The top level sponsors of this year’s golf tournament were Berlin Health & Rehabilitation by Revera, Bond Auto Parts, Connor Contracting, Inc., Control Technologies, E.F. Wall Associates Inc., NICOM Coatings, People’s United Bank, Rathbone & Company (A Division of Kinney Pike Insurance) and The Vermont Agency of National Life. For more information about cancer care at CVMC, go to www.cvmc.org/cancer(link is external) . Photo Caption: Bill Bond, Chairman of the Board of Directors at Bond Auto, sinks a putt to help his Bond Auto team to a first place finish. Looking on are his teammates Mark Mast, Scott Bond and Kenny Miller.
Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Making the Baldoquin signing all the more frustrating for Angels fans, it resulted in the Angels being unable to sign premium international amateurs in July 2015 or 2016. The Toronto Blue Jays signed Vladimir Guerrero Jr. in July 2015.Some who were around the Angels at the time insist that Guerrero, the son of the Angels Hall of Famer, had already decided to sign with the Blue Jays before the Angels took themselves out of the running by signing Baldoquin.Related Articles Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Roberto Baldoquin, one of the most significant misjudgments of Jerry Dipoto’s tenure as Angels general manager, has been released.Baldoquin, 25, never made it higher than Double-A, hitting .241 with a .612 OPS in his minor-league career. His release occurred just before a roster freeze last week, and was reported by Baseball America.The Angels signed the Cuban infielder in January 2015 for an $8 million bonus, which exceeded their spending limit and triggered taxes that brought the total cost to about $15 million. The penalties also included limits on international spending for the next two years.At the time the Angels signed Baldoquin, Dipoto suggested the then-20-year-old had advanced skills and was likely to make the major leagues within two years. He suffered through injuries in his first couple of seasons and never was able to find any level of consistent performance. Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error