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Larry Collmus has stepped down as the wintertime racetrack announcer at Gulfstream Park. No replacement has been named.Collmus, 49, who began calling the races at Gulfstream in January 2007, cited the desire to lessen his workload, which includes calling races at the New York Racing Association tracks -- Aqueduct, Belmont, and Saratoga -- seven months of the year as well as being the voice of the Triple Crown and Breeders Cup. Collmus informed Gulfstream Park management of his decision Wednesday morning.I will not be returning as the announcer for the winter meet at Gulfstream, Collmus said. Its been a good 10 years, but I feel at this time of my career that its in my best interests to cut back my schedule. Ill be 50 years old in October, and the wear and tear of nearly year-round race-calling will catch up to my body and brain eventually.A winter break will boost my energy levels and give me an opportunity to keep the creative juices flowing. I am extremely fortunate to work for the NYRA and for NBC Sports, and I think I owe it to them to be the best I can be for many years to come.Pete Aiello calls the races at Gulfstream from early April through November. Though Gulfstream officials said Wednesday that no decision has been made on Collmuss replacement, it is expected that Aiello will be offered the wintertime position. Last winter, Aiello called the races at Oaklawn Park, which means that track could need an announcer for the 2017 meet.In a statement, Gulfstream Park president and general manager P.J. Campo said: We totally understand where Larry is coming from. Hes under tremendous stress each day with everything hes doing, and Larry is a perfectionist. We appreciate everything Larry has done for Gulfstream. Hes been a true professional and a great friend to Gulfstream. We wish him all the best moving forward.Collmus, who has called races at a plethora of tracks starting in 1985, said he worked at Gulfstream on a year-to-year oral contract. In the summer of 2014, Collmus signed a five-year contract to call the races at NYRA, taking over for the retiring Tom Durkin.In April 2015, Collmus began his NYRA duties. He calls the races at Aqueduct, Belmont, and Saratoga from April through October.Asked if he planned to pick up any more work from NYRA, Collmus said, At this point, nothing changes with my NYRA schedule.From November to March, John Imbriale and Travis Stone split the race-calling job at NYRA. Cheap Authentic Under Armour . Louis Cardinals. Victorino is batting sixth and playing right field after missing two games because of back tightness. Under Armour Shoes Outlet . Kozun faked to the forehand and beat Monsters starter, Calvin Pickard, pad side in the second round for the winner. 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"(Sunday) is the day. Right down the middle," Bradley said about that last hole. "Im due!" Bradleys 13-under 197 total gave him a one-stroke lead over Sang-Moon Bae, who had his third consecutive 66. Tom Gillis was two strokes back after a 67. After going way right off the tee at No. 18 the first two rounds, Bradley smashed his drive Saturday down the left side toward the water. The ball stayed dry, but settled behind a large rock and forced him to punch back into the fairway. His approach settled on the front edge of the green and he almost saved par -- the ball rolled just over the lip of the cup. "I thought I made the putt, which would have been exciting," he said. "But 5 on that hole from where I hit it off the tee is a pretty good score." On Sunday, Bradley will be trying to win at TPC Four Seasons for the second time in three years. He could also become the Nelsons first wire-to-wire winner since Tom Watson led alone at the end of all four rounds in 1980. "Should be easier than having to come from behind," he said. "I have felt comfortable out there, havent felt nervous. I feel like I put the time in, I feel like this is where I should be when I play well is near the lead or in the lead." Bradley got his first PGA Tour victory as a rookie at the Nelson two years ago. He followed that by winning the PGA Championship later that season and the World Golf Championship-Bridgestone Invitational in 2012. The nephew of LPGA great Pat Bradley came from behind on the final day for all of those wins. After following his opening course-record 60 with a 69 on Friday, Bradley started the third round with a three-stroke lead. He stayed alone at top of the leaderboard throughout. Scott Piercys 66 matched Bae and three others for the best round on a breezy Texas day. Piercy was fourth at 10 under, two strokes ahead of Gary Woodland (68), Harris English (68), John Huh (69) and 2011 Masters champ Charl Schwartzel (69). Graham DeLaet of Weyburn, Sask., shot a 70, and is seven shots back at 6-under 204. Calgarys Stephen Ames carded a 71, and is at 206. Mike Weir of Brights Grove, Ont., followed his back-to-back 68s with a 73, leaving him at 209. When 83 players made the cut of even par, there were threesomes instead of traditional twosomes for the third round. That pput Bradley in the same group with Bae and Gillis, who started the round tied for second place.dddddddddddd A secondary cut trimmed the field to 72 players for the final round, when Bradley plays with Bae in the final group. Gillis is paired with Piercy. "Keegan is playing pretty good, but you got to play em all, see how it shakes out," said Gillis, who missed the cuts in his previous five tournaments. Gillis was the last player in the field with a bogey Saturday, when he three-putted from 20 feet at the 203-yard 17th. He got that stroke right back when he blasted out of a greenside bunker for an unexpected birdie at No. 18. "Makes dinner taste better, thats for sure," Gillis said. Bradley first got to 12 under with a 13-foot birdie at the 505-yard third hole and saved par at the next hole after driving into a fairway bunker. His consecutive bogeys came when he two-putted for bogey after missing the green at the par-3 fifth and then drove into the rough at No. 6. But after a long wait to tee off at the 542-yard seventh hole, Bradley got to the green in two and two-putted from 14 feet for a birdie. When Bradleys drive at No. 11 settled just a few inches above the top edge of a bunker, it looked like he might have some trouble. But he hit his approach shot onto the green, 34 feet from the cup, and sank the birdie putt to get to 13 under. He blasted within 12 feet from a greenside bunker at the par-5 16th hole for birdie. Bae, the 26-year-old South Korean who has 11 international victories but none on the PGA Tour, was quickly within a stroke of the lead after birdies on the first two holes. He made a 9-footer on the first and curled in a 32-foot birdie putt at the 223-yard second hole. A 12-footer for birdie at the eighth hole got Bae to 10 under, again only a stroke back. But Bradley made a 14-foot birdie putt to close out the front nine and made the turn with a two-stroke lead over Bae and Gillis, who also made a birdie from 14 feet at the ninth hole to get to 10 under. "Only play just my game," Bae said when asked how difficult it will be trying to overtake Bradley. "Nobody knows." Notes: English twice had three birdies in a row, including approaches of 5-6 feet on holes 11-13 to get to 10 under right after missing a 3-foot par putt at No. 10. ... Huh, the 2012 PGA Tour rookie of the year, had an eagle 2 at the 14th hole when he holed a shot from 162 yards. ... Two-time major champion Angel Cabrera missed the green at the par-3 fifth hole, but chipped in from 27 feet for his second consecutive birdie to make up for the double-bogey 6 at No. 3. 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