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(Photo: Patrick Prather Miss Universe Organization)
(Photo: Patrick Prather Miss Universe Organization)

Miss Indiana, Manny Machado and Lonnie Chisenhall highlight the InscriberMag’s News and Notes for Tuesday, June, 10, 2014

Miss Indiana, Mekayla Diehl Hailed For “Normal” Body on Social Media: Despite not winning the Miss USA beauty pageant, 25-year-old Mekayla Diehl has hailed for her “normal” body all across social media Tuesday. On Twitter she stated, “So cool I worked hard on my body without obsessing over being too skinny and I couldn’t be more proud,”

In an age of extreme dieting, anorexia and thigh gap obsession, Diehl opened up about past sexual abuse at the hands of a family friend, growing up a tomboy and how young girls can see her as a role model, per eonline.com, “I hope [young girls] can look at me and see that, yes, I’m a pageant girl, but I had a dream and I worked very, very hard for it. And I didn’t let my past define me.”   

Manny Machado Suspended Five Games for Throwing Bat vs. A’s: After intentionally throwing his bat on the field while at the plate Sunday, Baltimore Orioles third baseman, Manny Machado was suspended five games by MLB, per media reports.  Currently appealing the suspension, Machado thre his bat towards third base after swinging at a pitch from Athletics’ pitcher Fernando Abad in the eighth inning, which led to both benches clearing.

Indians 3B Lonnie Chisenhall Belts 3 HR’s, Drives in 9 RBI in 17-7 Rout of Rangers: In what was a career night, Cleveland Indians third baseman, Lonnie Chisenhall, hit three home runs and drove in nine runs in Cleveland’s 17-7 rout of the Texas rangers in Arlington.

Coming into the game, Chisenhall had a batting average of .365, thanks to his three home runs, double and single, raised his batting average to .385.  Considered one of the most promising prospects in the Indians organization, the 25-year-old Chisenhall hit .244 in his first 203 games in the majors. 2014 looks to be promising for Chisenhall as he is now batting .385 with seven home runs and 32 runs batted in 52 games.

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