Daily Archives: 8th November 2017

Red Sox catching prospect Flores dies from cancer complications

The Boston Red Soxannounced Wednesday that catching prospect Daniel Flores has died due to complications during treatment from cancer. “Everyone at the Red Sox was shocked to hear of Daniel’s tragic passing,” president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski said in the announcement. “To see the life of young man wi… MLB | theScore PLEASE CLICK ON PUBLISHER AT END OF ...

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Oklahoma City Thunder's Billy Donovan, Paul George, Russell Westbrook fined for criticism of officiating

NEW YORK — Oklahoma City Thunder head coach Billy Donovan, forward Paul George and guard Russell Westbrook have each been fined $ 15,000 for public criticism of the officiating, it was announced today by Kiki VanDeWeghe, Executive Vice President, Basketball Operations. The comments were made following the Thunder’s 103-99 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday, Nov. 5 at Moda ...

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Red Sox mourn loss of prospect Flores at 17

“Everyone at the Red Sox was shocked to hear of Daniel’s tragic passing,” Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski said in a statement. “To see the life of a young man with so much promise cut short is extremely saddening for all of us. On behalf of the Red Sox organization, I would like to extend our deepest ...

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Vikings 'witnessed a miracle' in Bridgewater's return

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — The Vikings’ seemingly constant search for long-term success and stability at quarterback took another turn on Wednesday. Sam Bradford’s future was cast in further doubt because of another knee surgery. And Teddy Bridgewater finally made his way back to the active roster from his devastating knee injury. <h4 class=… FOX Sports Digital PLEASE CLICK ON PUBLISHER ...

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Canadian pitcher feels 'blessed' to have been Roy Halladay's teammate

Phillippe Aumont will never forget carrying his luggage into the Philadelphia Phillies clubhouse on Aug. 21, 2012, two days before pitching a scoreless inning of relief against the Cincinnati Reds in his major-league debut. And he’ll never forget the first player he saw — ace right-hander Roy Halladay. “We played at 7 p.m. and no players usually showed up until ...

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NFL Insiders predict: Week 10 upsets, NFC West race, coaches on hot seat, more

7:30 AM ET ESPN NFL Insiders Our NFL Insiders predict Week 10‘s biggest upsets, fantasy flops and sleepers. Plus: Can the Rams really top the Seahawks in the NFC West? Which coach should be most concerned about keeping his job? And what was the most memorable play of the first half? What’s your top upset pick for Week 10? Matt ...

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St. Louis Blues off to best start in franchise history

NEWARK >> Statistically, the St. Louis Blues are the best team in the National Hockey League. They proved it on Tuesday night in Newark. A 3-1 win over the Devils at the Prudential Center improved the Blues to a franchise-record 12-3-1 through their first 16 games of the season, buoyed by goals from each player on their first line. Brayden ...

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Packers release TE Martellus Bennett in surprising move

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — The Green Bay Packers have waived Martellus Bennett, bringing the tight end’s short tenure at Lambeau Field to a surprising end. General manager Ted Thompson announced the move on Wednesday after practice. No reason was given for the move, though the veteran was added to the injury report after the bye last week with a ...

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