Twins Place Tyler Mahle On 15-Day Injured List

Twins Place Tyler Mahle On 15-Day Injured List
The Twins have placed right-hander Tyler Mahle on the 15-day injured list (retroactive to August 18) due to right shoulder inflammation.  Southpaw Devin Smeltzer has been called up to take Mahle’s spot on the active roster. The IL placement isn’t a big surprise, after Mahle left Wednesday’s game after only 2 1/3 innings, and the Twins already announced that Mahle’s next turn in the rotation would be skipped.  On the brighter side, an MRI didn’t reveal any structural damage, and Mahle also told reporters (including Betsy Helfand of the St. Paul Pioneer Press) yesterday that he was feeling better and was able to left weights two days removed from his early exit. Ideally, Mahle will be able to return when first eligible to be activated off the 15-day IL.  Of course, losing the righty for any amount of time is a tough beat for a Minnesota...

Real-Time Digital Twins, In-Memory Computing Aid Vaccination Tracking

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As we continue the COVID-19 vaccination effort across the globe and plan for future pandemics, we need to ensure that advanced technologies for streaming analytics are incorporated into the management of the distribution network. The United Kingdom, Bahrain, Canada, Mexico, and the United States became some of the first countries to approve the authorization and distribution of vaccinations to combat the COVID-19 pandemic in December of 2020. Soon after, leaders were tasked with the immense challenge of quickly building a global and nationwide logistics network and standing up millions of vaccination locations. The use of in-memory computing with real-time digital twins brought some needed help. Vaccination rollout operations did not go without missteps that slowed down the life-saving effort. For example, in the U.S., there were 20 million...