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Playing for October, Cubs preach ‘next guy jumps in’ mantra with Rizzo, Baez out

As if the Chicago Cubs weren’t fighting an uphill battle already, the heart and soul of the team, first baseman Anthony Rizzo, is out indefinitely with an ankle sprain — and it couldn’t come at a worse time of the season. With the Cubs in a dogfight to make the playoffs for a fifth consecutive […]

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Severino’s sizzling return shakes up Yankees’ postseason picture

Luis Severino finally made his season debut for the New York Yankees, pitched four shutout innings, topped out at 99 mph, threw 47 of 67 pitches for strikes and even talked Aaron Boone into letting him pitch an extra inning. As the Yankees start to focus on their postseason pitching plans, Severino’s outing couldn’t have […]

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With Robert Quinn’s return, Cowboys D-line deeper, stronger

There was a time, not too long ago, when the Dallas Cowboys would have defensive line tryouts on a Tuesday and be forced to play the winner in a legitimate role on Sunday. Now, the Cowboys are in a situation where their top picks in the 2017 and 2019 drafts, Taco Charlton and Trysten Hill, […]

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Dalvin Cook carrying Vikings, but challenge is to preserve him for season

After rushing plays were called just 33% of the time in 2018, the fifth-lowest rate in the NFL, coach Mike Zimmer was adamant that things needed to shift on offense. The Vikings needed to run more, but that didn’t necessarily mean a strict 50-50 split between the run and the pass. One could infer Zimmer’s […]

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Malkin eyes long-term future with Penguins: report

Evgeni Malkin still has three seasons remaining on an eight-year, $76 million contract he signed with the Pittsburgh Penguins on June 13, 2013, but the forward said in an interview with The Athletic he wants to sign on for three more seasons once it expires. “It’s (a) huge next three years,” Malkin told the website […]

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Capitals’ Evgeny Kuznetsov Suspended 4 Years by IIHF for Positive Cocaine Test

Washington Capitals center Evgeny Kuznetsov has been suspended from international competition by the International Ice Hockey Federation for four years after testing positive for cocaine at the 2019 IIHF World Championships, according to ESPN’s Emily Kaplan.nike nfl jerseys cheap paypal Per Kaplan, the IIHF revealed Friday that Kuznetsov “didn’t require the analysis of his B-sample […]

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MLB Rumors: Noah Syndergaard Confronted Mets over Catchers, Was ‘Livid’

Noah Syndergaard reportedly hasn’t enjoyed throwing to catcher Wilson Ramos this season, and it led to a confrontation with New York Mets leadership. According to Joel Sherman and Kevin Kernan of the New York Post, Syndergaard was “livid” when he had to pitch to Ramos on Sunday against the Philadelphia Phillies. The right-hander first met […]

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Price-Sale Payroll Nightmare Stains Dombrowski’s Red Sox Legacy

What has two heads, four arms, an injured elbow, a balky wrist, a combined 4.35 ERA in 2019 and is owed $62 million annually through 2022? The answer, unfortunately for the Boston Red Sox and erstwhile president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski, is the hobbled pitching duo of Chris Sale and David Price.nike nfl jerseys […]

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Cowboys News: Jerry Jones Says Dak Prescott Contract Extension Is ‘Imminent’

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones believes a long-term extension for Dak Prescott is “imminent” on the heels of the team’s 35-17 win over the New York Giants, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Prescott threw for 405 yards and four touchdowns Sunday. It was an emphatic performance from the fourth-year quarterback, who’s in the final […]

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Josh Gordon Calls Patriots Environment ‘Tough,’ Was Initially a ‘Culture Shock’

On the field, Gordon has gotten with it well. In 12 games with the Patriots over the past two seasons, he’s caught 43 passes for 793 yards and four scores. In Week 1 this season, he nabbed three passes for 73 yards and a touchdown. Off the field, Gordon has had his issues. He was […]