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Daily Archives: 10th February 2018

Brewers' Hernan Perez among baseball players turn to football-style training

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Carrying their bats and gloves, they leave the weight room and walk the palm tree-lined path past the baseball diamonds to the track. Weight sleds and tires await the boys of summer for the kind of workouts typically reserved for men who make their living on the gridiron in the fall. At the… Baseball News

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Keep on dealin': Why 49ers should make big FA splashes after Garoppolo deal

NFL free agency is still over a month away, but San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch already sacrificed a significant chunk of cap space to sign Jimmy Garoppolo to a five-year contract worth an NFL-record $ 27.5 million per season and $ 137.5 million in total. The deal makes sense for both sides. The 49ers can move forward with ...

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Top takeaways from the 5 MLB prospect lists

Prospect lists are a fun part of the offseason, particularly when the winter freezes the hot stove like it did this year. During 2018’s winter doldrums, the five notable sets of prospect rankings from MLB Pipeline, Baseball America, ESPN, Baseball Prospectus, and FanGraphs drew significant interest. Of particular note was where Los Angeles Angels prospect <a data-in-app-uri="the… MLB | theScore

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Former FIFA vice president Chung wins appeal at CAS

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) Former FIFA vice president Chung Mong-joon has won his appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport to be allowed to work again in soccer. The court says it reduced the South Korean official’s five-year sanction for ”improper lobbying” during the 2022 World Cup bidding process, and not fully cooperating in a subsequent investigation of all candidates, ...

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India wins toss and bats vs. South Africa in 4th ODI

JOHANNESBURG (AP) India captain Virat Kohli won the toss and chose to bat first as the tourists look to seal the series in the fourth one-day international against South Africa on Saturday. Kohli’s India has been dominant so far, winning every game by a big margin to lead the six-game contest 3-0. India made its first team change of the ...

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And The First Gold Medal Of The Winter Olympics Goes To …

Sweden’s Charlotte Kalla got her tactics exactly right in Saturday’s Olympic women’s skiathlon as she made her break for gold, but coach Johan Granath was left on tenterhooks to see if her timing would pay off. Kalla, who was runner-up to Norway’s Marit Bjoergen in Sochi in 2014, made her break at the start of the final lap, opening up ...

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Brewers' Hernan Perez among baseball players turn to football-style training

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Carrying their bats and gloves, they leave the weight room and walk the palm tree-lined path past the baseball diamonds to the track. Weight sleds and tires await the boys of summer for the kind of workouts typically reserved for men who make their living on the gridiron in the fall. At the… Baseball News

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New Cars, New Stars: 2018 ARCA Racing Series preview

Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email Back in October, at Kansas Speedway, Natalie Decker said it was her goal to make history and win the ARCA Racing Series championship. The 22-year-old struck first on Friday afternoon, earning a statement-making pole with Venturini Motorsports for the Lucas Oil 200 at Day… NASCAR on Yahoo! Sports – News, Scores, Standings, Rumors, Fantasy Games

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