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Daily Archives: 23rd April 2018

While Drury progresses, Andujar red hot

NEW YORK — The Yankees are pleased that they appear to have an answer for what has kept Brandon Drury out of their lineup, and they have been thrilled by the production that Miguel Andujar has contributed in his absence. While Drury moves closer to a big league return, tabbed to play in a Minor League rehab g… MLB News ...

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James, Korver spur late run as Cavs hold off Pacers to tie series

LeBron James scored 32 points and combined with Kyle Korver for all but two of Cleveland’s final 13 points as the Cavaliers escaped with a 104-100 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Sunday to even the first-round series at two games apiece. Lebron James scored 32 points in Cleveland’s 104-100 win over Indiana in game 4, to draw even with ...

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Snitker says Bautista will be Braves' starting 3B

Jose Bautista will be the Atlanta Braves‘ starting third baseman when he finishes working off the rust in the minors, manager Brian Snitker said Monday, confirming that the longtime Toronto Blue Jays star wil… MLB | theScore

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Connor Hellebuyck emerging as elite goalie at right time for Jets

Connor Hellebuyck’s back-to-back shutouts in Games 4 and 5 highlighted the Winnipeg Jets’ impressive opening round of the Stanley Cup playoffs in which they eliminated the Minnesota Wild in five games. Now, as the Jets take some time to rest and prepare for the second round, Hellebuyck’s emergence as an elite goaltender has come clearly into focus, as well as ...

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NHL Playoffs 2018: Five reasons the Philadelphia Flyers were knocked out by the Pittsburgh Penguins

The Philadelphia Flyers are dead.  The Flyers-Penguins series was the most bizarre and chaotic of the first round matchups, which shouldn’t really come as much of a surprise. It was a series mostly consisting of sloppy play and blowouts, but <a href="https://www.cbssports.com/live/full-highlights-from-the-penguins-and-flyers-on-sunday/626247/?ftag=SHQ-03-… CBSSports.com Headlines

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Steph Curry strikes production deal with Sony Pictures

Stephen Curry has been staying active off the court while he rehabs his knee injury, as Sony Pictures announced Monday that it has struck a deal with the Golden State Warriors superstar. Curry’s new production company, Unanimous Media, will now partner with Sony Pictures studios in Culver City,… NBA | theScore

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