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Daily Archives: 1st May 2018

Twins place Sano on DL with hamstring strain

The Minnesota Twins placed third baseman Miguel Sano on the 10-day disabled list with a left hamstring strain Tuesday, retroactive to April 28. Sano, 24, struggled in 20 games with the Twins, owning a .213/.289/.450 slash line … MLB | theScore

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Cespedes avoids worst, back in Mets' lineup

NEW YORK — The worst averted, Yoenis Cespedes returned to the Mets’ lineup Tuesday at Citi Field, just two days after leaving a game early due to a sore left thumb. “We took him out as a precaution,” manager Mickey Callaway said. “That’s all it was at the time. He’s a tough kid. He’s been playing the game the right ...

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Lost victory ‘brutal’ on Bottas – Wolff

Toto Wolff describes the puncture that cost Valtteri Bottas victory in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix as “brutal” after the Finn retired three laps from the end of the race. Related Stories Related Stories Formula 1 Bottas was running third behind Lewis Hamilton and race leader Sebastian Vettel but limited his pace to extend the life of his supersoft tires, inheriting ...

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Roethlisberger: 'I plan on playing for 3-to-5 more years'

Ben Roethlisberger has contemplated retirement in recent years, but the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback now believes he has several seasons still in front of him. “… I plan on playing for three to five more years, depending on how the line goes and staying healthy, if I can stay healthy,” h… NFL | theScore

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Brewers' Knebel to begin rehab assignment Wednesday

Corey Knebel might be back faster than the Milwaukee Brewers had anticipated. The All-Star closer, who’s been shelved since April 6 because of a hamstring strain, will begin a rehab assignment at Double-A Biloxi on Wednesday, according to <a href="… MLB | theScore

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Cubs move Rizzo to leadoff spot against Rox

CHICAGO — Last year, the Cubs’ Anthony Rizzo was inserted into the leadoff spot to try to get back on track, and it worked. On Tuesday night against the Rockies, Rizzo, who was batting .149, was batting first for the first time this season. In 2017, Rizzo was 15-for-50 in the leadoff spot with five home runs, two doubles and ...

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