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Daily Archives: 5th March 2018

Harvey solid; Mets remain high on him

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — There was a time, however brief, when Matt Harvey was the unquestioned ace of the Mets’ rotation. That time is past, likely never to return. Since Harvey began experiencing significant health issues in 2013, Jacob deGrom and <span class="token token-playerCard" id="token-82519DD92E994D0… MLB News Index

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Kevin Harvick dominates Vegas for back-to-back NASCAR wins

BY GREG BEACHAM LAS VEGAS (AP) — From his dynamic opening laps to his comfortable cruise to the checkered flag, Kevin Harvick was the safest bet in Sin City this weekend. Harvick’s air of inevitability increased with each lap around the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday, and the rest of the NASCAR Cup field must be a bit worried ...

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Power play fizzles out as Sharks lose to Blue Jackets

SAN JOSE >> The San Jose Sharks came to life a tad too late Sunday night as they suffered their first loss since they acquired Evander Kane at the NHL’s trade deadline. Kane and Joonas Donskoi both scored at even strength, but the Sharks got nothing from their power play for the 12th straight game and could not make up ...

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Report: Cavs not worried about Jeff Green skating with bad back

If you follow LeBron James on Instagram, you may have noticed some of the Cleveland Cavaliers partaking in a different kind of team exercise Sunday night. While the Oscars were going on, James posted a series of videos to his Instagram story that looked to show him alongside teammate… NBA | theScore

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Bell: Steelers will use franchise tag on me for 2nd straight year

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell revealed the club will use the franchise tag on him for the second straight year, barring a last-minute change. “We’re not coming to a number we both agree on – they are too low, or I guess they feel I’m too high,” Bell said to <a… NFL | theScore

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Source: Mariners agree to deal with Ichiro

PEORIA, Ariz. — The Mariners are reaching into their past to bring back one of their franchise greats, as a source has confirmed to MLB.com that Ichiro Suzuki will return to his former team if he passes a physical on Monday afternoon in Seattle. The deal would be a Major League contract, according to ESPN.com, which means the Mariners would ...

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McLaren wasn't 'racing' during Honda era – Boullier

McLaren “spent the past three years doing some engineering and car maintenance” rather than actively racing but is back searching for every possible performance gain, says Eric Boullier. McLaren has become a Renault customer for 2018 after a frustrating three years in partnership with Honda [above], during which the team’s best constructors’ championship finish was sixth position. Renault, by contrast, ...

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Kyle Busch takes best-of-the-rest finish at Vegas

Kyle Busch took the consolation prize of second place Sunday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. And the Joe Gibbs Racing driver wasn’t about to complain. “Second is fine if you get your butt beat as bad as we got our butt beat. We’ll take that finish,” Busch said of the drive by winner Kevin Harvick, who led 214 of 267 ...

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