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Daily Archives: 10th February 2018

The 50 most interesting people in baseball for 2018

Giancarlo Stanton won the National League homer title by 20 last year over Cody Bellinger. No player had led a league by more since Babe Ruth doubled up Lou Gehrig 54-to-27 in 1928. Shohei Ohtani is expected this year to become the first major leaguer to start at least 15 games as a pitcher and 15 at another position since ...

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The best fits for top remaining free agents

Yu Darvish‘s reported six-year deal with the Cubs helped jolt the free-agent market, but many high-profile players remain available. Plenty of clubs could benefit from adding one of those potential difference-makers, so they may… MLB News Index

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Rookie Byron tops 201mph in final Daytona 500 practice

A new name in a familiar paint scheme led the final Daytona 500 practice, with rookie William Byron driving the No.24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevy Camaro ZL1 to a fastest lap of 201.681mph as six drivers topped 201mph and eight eclipsed the 200mph mark in the draft. Ford drivers took seven of the next nine slots, led by Ricky Stenhouse Jr. ...

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MLB Free Agent Tracker 2017-18: Latest Hot Stove signings, best players available

For the sake of keeping you, the baseball enthusiast, informed of the latest free agent moves, we present our 2017-18 MLB Free Agent Tracker. Here we’ll keep track of the top 50 free agents, as determined by our panel of MLB experts: R.J. Anderson, Mike Axisa, Jonah Keri, Dayn Perry, and Matt Snyder. How rankings were determined: <a href="… MLB ...

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SIUE falls 75-66 to surging Murray State

EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. — Jonathan Stark converted 14 of 16 from the free throw line to put up 28 points and Murray State picked up its seventh straight win to maintain at least a share of first place in the Ohio Valley Conference, knocking off SIU-Edwardsville, 75-66 on Saturday afternoon. Murray State, which picked up its 20th win of the season, ...

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Doug Ford Says He Will Run In Ontario Elections Even If He Loses PC Race

OTTAWA — Doug Ford committed Saturday to running for a seat in the Ontario legislature this June even if he loses the leadership race for the province’s Progressive Conservatives. But Ford said he’s confident he can translate a history of electoral success in Toronto into a win provincially, not just for leadership but for the Ontario PCs as a whole. ...

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