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Daily Archives: 18th March 2018

Stanton reunites with Fish, at home with Yanks

Giancarlo Stanton says hi to his former manager, Don Mattingly: pic.twitter.com/A90vOeIV00n”},{“type”:”video”,”tokenGUID”:”token-0D08FE2ED53AAE5069491″,”date”:”2018-03-13T23:06:30-0400″,”bigBlurb”:”On 30 Clubs in 30 Days, Yankees outfielders Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton discuss the upcoming season”,”videoId”:”1887217683″,”headline”:”Judge, Stanton on 2018″},{“type”:”hyperLink”,”tokenGUID”:”token-AE7434273EF3229D66CBE”,”href”:”https://www.mlb.com/gameday/marlins-vs-yankees/2018/03/18/534136″,”hrefMobile”:”https://www.mlb.com/gameday/marlins-vs-yankees/2018/03/18/… MLB News Index

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Vergne keeps his cool to win under the sun in Punta del Este

Jean-Eric Vergne scored an impressive lights-to-flag victory today, 17 March, in the Punta del Este E-Prix – round six of the 2017/18 ABB FIA Formula E Championship. The TECHEETAH driver had to work hard for his second win of the season, as he was chased right from the start by reigning champion Lucas di Grassi in his Audi Sport Abt ...

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Van Gundy hit with $15K fine for public criticism of officials

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Detroit Pistons head coach Stan Van Gundy was fined $ 15,000 for his postgame rant regarding the officiating crew in Saturday’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers, courtesy of NBC Sports Northwest’s Jason Quick. Van Gundy said his team was "absolutely screwed" by an "embarrassing" job by the officials after the 100-87 loss.

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Top prospects: Who's still up? Who got cut?

With Opening Day nearing, some of MLB Pipeline‘s finest could be breaking camp with their respective big league clubs. For many, this spring was their first in Major League camp. Many have shined, some have struggled, but all gave their clubs an opportunity to see them compete against Major League competition. With that in mi… MLB News Index

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Yelich sparks rally with first Brewers HR

PHOENIX — The Brewers, eager to see how Christian Yelich‘s power will play with a move to hitter-friendly Miller Park, got a Spring Training sneak peek on Sunday. Yelich connected for his first Brewers home run to lead off the bottom of the first inning against the Dodgers at Maryvale Baseball Park, sparking a two-run rally against Los Angeles right-hander ...

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