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Daily Archives: 25th October 2017

World Series Game 2: In Real Life

4:25 p.m. ET: Dome, sweet domeThe sign outside the visitors’ clubhouse at Dodger Stadium features a vintage Astros logo that harkens back to their old home, the Astrodome. Old school logos are in the visiting clubhouse — Brian McTaggart (@brianmctaggart) October 25, 2017 4:15 p.m. E: Astros announce Game 2 lineupMoments after the Dodgers named their starting nine, Houston ...

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Atlanta becomes US soccer's new hotbed, but will it last?

ATLANTA (AP) The cheer begins slowly, rhythmically – everyone raising their hands above their heads, clapping in sync to the beat of the drum, screaming in unison and picking up speed with each chant. A! ….. T! ….. L! A! … T! ….L! A! T! L! Welcome to soccer’s newest hotbed, which has sprouted in a city known for its ...

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LOOK: Let's break down the Bruins' very bad Star Wars Halloween costumes

In what has become an annual tradition, the Boston Bruins this week visited Boston Children’s Hospital in Halloween costumes. It’s a very awesome and commendable gesture that results in plenty of happy kids who could certainly use the distraction and smiles.  With that being said, we need to talk about the costumes this year.  In recent years, the team has made ...

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How Richard Petty Motorsports welcomed Bubba Wallace

Finally, after months of waiting and anticipation, Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. officially has a NASCAR Cup Series ride next season and will drive the No. 43 Ford, Richard Petty Motorsports announced Wednesday. The move was far from surprising, as the team had already announced current No. 43 driver Aric Almirola won’t be returning next season, and

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New Jersey Devils, Vegas Golden Knights off to surprising strong starts

After finishing at the bottom of the Eastern Conference last season, the New Jersey Devils have been among the NHL’s surprise teams. The Devils have been atop the Metropolitan Division for most of the opening weeks and are 6-2-0 for their best start since beginning with the same record 15 years ago. “Our team’s played extremely hard,” coach John Hynes ...

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USA Luge seeding races called off because of warm weather

USA Luge has called off its remaining two seeding races and national championships because of warm weather, adding difficulty to the process of picking the sliders who will be eligible for spots on the team competing at the Pyeongchang Olympics. The seeding races, which were to continue this weekend in Lake Placid, New York, decide who opens the season on ...

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