Daily Archives: 10th October 2017

Cubs-Nationals Game 4 postponed due to rain

With rain expected to bombard Chicago throughout the evening and well into Tuesday night, Game 4 of the National League Division Series between the Washington Nationals and Chicago Cubs has been post… MLB | theScore PLEASE CLICK ON PUBLISHER AT END OF TEXT TO READ THE COMPLETE ARTICLE

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Nats stick with Illinois native Roark for G4

Roark will further distance himself from childhood allegiances on Wednesday, when he opposes Jake Arrieta and the Cubs in Game 4 of the National League Division Series presented by T-Mobile. The Nationals’ right-hander will be in both familiar and enemy territory as he takes the mound and pitches in front of the fan base within which he was once included. ...

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Jenkins on protests: Players won't back down

7:04 PM ET PHILADELPHIA — Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins said that players around the league will continue in their efforts to raise awareness about social injustice regardless of how the NFL decides to address demonstrations during the national anthem. “I think we’ve seen even over the last year that you can take a player out of the league, you c… ...

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Nats-Cubs Game 4 rained out, postponed to Wednesday

Game 4 of the NL Division Series was washed away by rain on Tuesday, postponing Jake Arrieta’s return for the Chicago Cubs and leading to a decision by Washington Nationals manager Dusty Baker sure to be debated inside the Beltway. The Cubs and Nationals took batting practice and the grounds crew got the field ready before bringing out the tarp. ...

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Flames credit streak-snapping win to Jobu from 'Major League'

The Calgary Flames ended their 29-game losing streak at Anaheim’s Honda Center with a 2-0 victory Monday over the Ducks. While it’s easy to give goaltender Mike Smith most of the credit for his 43-save shutout, the Flames are giving thanks to Jobu, a voodoo … NHL | theScore PLEASE CLICK ON PUBLISHER AT END OF TEXT TO READ THE ...

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Jim McElwain plans to have Gators offense pick up pace

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Florida coach Jim McElwain has a new solution to his three-year-old problem: Pick up the pace. The unranked Gators want to play with a faster tempo when they host Texas A&M on Saturday night. McElwain’s offense averages 60.8 plays a game, which ranks next-to-last in the Southeastern Conference and 124th out of 129 teams in the ...

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