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Daily Archives: 24th February 2018

Ryan Newman leads final practice at Atlanta

The Rocketman appears to be back at Atlanta Motor Speedway. After barely losing out on the pole, Ryan Newman posted the fastest lap (184.868mph) in Happy hour in the opening moments of final practice. What’s the secret to his speed at the worn out 1.5-mile track? “They haven’t changed it for the last 20 years,” said Newman, who completed 49 ...

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Justin Trudeau Meets India's Women's Ice Hockey Team

NEW DELHI — When the going for a Canadian prime minister gets tough, he turns to hockey. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau capped off a difficult state visit to India Saturday with a ball hockey game at the Canadian High Commission with India’s national women’s ice hockey team. The players, aged 18-25, came to New Delhi from Ladakhi in northern India, ...

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5 reasons to watch spring training baseball at LECOM Park

The Pittsburgh Pirates may have opened their 50th spring in Bradenton with workouts at Pirate City, but Saturday’s home opener at LECOM Park is part of the real attraction for baseball fans this spring. One the first day of 2018’s big-league action in Bradenton, there were late-inning heroics to witness when New York’s Billy McKinney smashed a three-run home run ...

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Red Sox sign Tommy Layne out of MLBPA free-agent camp

It looks as though the free-agent camp being run by the Major League Baseball Players Association is actually working. Left-hander Tommy Layne was signed out of the camp by the Boston Red Sox on Saturday, according to <a href="https://twitter.com/brianmacp/status/9675012700713492… MLB | theScore

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Notebook: Rays rebuild, Realmuto, more

FORT MYERS, Fla. — It was a tumultuous week around Rays camp following the trades of Jake Odorizzi, Steven Souza Jr. and Corey Dickerson, but the initial storm seems to have passed, leaving Tampa Bay determined to prove its doubters wrong. … MLB News Index

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