page contents

Daily Archives: 9th October 2017

Indians-Yankees Game 4 LIVE: In Real Life

Yankees Hall of Fame closer Mariano Rivera made a name for himself in his career by throwing the last pitch. He flipped the script tonight, tossing out the ceremonial first pitch to a warm reception at Yankee Stadium. Rivera, MLB’s all-time saves leader and the last active MLB player to wear No. 42, looked right at home on the hill ...

Read More »

Verstappen encouraged by Red Bull pace

Max Verstappen believes Red Bull’s pace in the Japanese Grand Prix bodes well for the rest of the season after chasing Lewis Hamilton to the checkered flag. Hamilton led from pole, but Malaysia Grand Prix winner Verstappen jumped ahead of teammate Daniel Ricciardo at the start and then passed Sebastian Vettel on the opening lap to run second to the ...

Read More »

Crosby insists Penguins' White House visit is 'not about politics'

Sidney Crosby and the rest of the Pittsburgh Penguins view their trip to the White House on Tuesday as the final moment of celebration for a championship season, not some sort of statement about where they stand on President Donald Trump. “From my side of things, there’s absolutely no politics involved,” Crosby said Monday. “Hopefully it stays that way. It’s ...

Read More »

Those who know Mitchell Trubisky believe he's ready for debut

8:00 AM ET LAKE FOREST, Ill. — It’s all about embracing the moment, whether it’s an NFL regular-season debut on Monday Night Football or being thrown into a varsity game in Cleveland Browns Stadium as a sophomore in high school. Mitchell Trubisky rose to the moment on that 2010 afternoon when Mentor (Ohio) High School coach Steve Trivisonno n… www.espn.com ...

Read More »

Edwin Encarnacion remains out for Game 4 against Yankees

Edwin Encarnacion remained out of the Cleveland Indians’ lineup Monday night in Game 4 of their AL Division Series against the New York Yankees. The slugger has been sidelined since leaving Game 2 with a sprained right ankle last Friday. “We’re hoping that he’ll be able to pinch-hit tonight,” manager Terry Francona said Monday afternoon. “That’s kind of where we’re ...

Read More »