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Daily Archives: 13th November 2017

Unanimous decision: Judge named AL ROY

Aaron Judge was unanimously named the Baseball Writers’ Association of America’s American League Rookie of the Year Award winner on Monday, becoming the first Yankee since Derek Jeter in 1996 to garner the honor, and the ninth overall. Judge, who recently won his first AL Silver Slugger Award, is also an AL MVP Award candidate following a 2017 campaign in ...

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Florida State needs to win out for 36th straight bowl trip

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) Instead of Florida State being in the hunt for a College Football Playoff spot, the Seminoles go into their final three games needing to win out in order to go to a bowl game for the 36th consecutive season. In a season where not many things have gone right, Florida State (3-6) does catch a break. Its ...

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Elliott training outside U.S. during suspension

4:02 PM ET Dallas Cowboys executive Stephen Jones confirmed Monday that Ezekiel Elliott will be training outside the United States during his suspension. Jones, who made his comments in an interview with 105.3 The Fan in Dallas, didn’t disclose the exact location where the runn… – NFL

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Cowboys search for answers as Philly test awaits

FRISCO, Texas (AP) — Ezekiel Elliott will miss at least the next three games depending on the next legal round in the Dallas Cowboys running back’s fight over his six-game suspension for alleged domestic violence. It’s likely the same for kicker Dan Bailey because of a groin injury, and could be another game or two for Pro Bowl left tackle ...

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Filipinos Tell Trudeau To Take Back Canadian Garbage In Port Of Manila

MANILA, Philippines — Justin Trudeau’s visit to the Philippines brought him within a short walk of a Canadian controversy that has lingered in the Port of Manila for years: about 100 stranded containers crammed with thousands of tons of rotting trash from Canada. The case of the rancid Canadian garbage, festering in Manila for about four years, is well known ...

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