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Daily Archives: 21st May 2018

Cardinals GM: Reyes 'will be in the rotation' when called upon

Alex Reyes is quickly approaching his return to a major-league mound, and he’ll be joining the St. Louis Cardinals as a starting pitcher and not a reliever, as had been speculated. “He will be in the rotation,” general manager Michael Girsch said, according to <a href="… MLB | theScore

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Soto homers on 1st pitch in 1st start

WASHINGTON — After he informed the team of Monday night’s lineup via text message earlier in the day, the first player that manager Dave Martinez saw when he arrived at Nationals Park was Juan Soto. Soto, scheduled to make his first career start Monday night against the Padres, shook his manager’s hand and gave him a hug. The Nationals’ 19-year-old ...

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Report: Spurs hoping to meet with Kawhi to discuss potential $219M deal

There’s a chilly distance between Kawhi Leonard and the San Antonio Spurs, but there’s no problem nearly a quarter of a billion dollars can’t fix. The Spurs are hoping to meet with Leonard and his representatives to discuss a potential five-year, $ 219-million super-max extension, according to… NBA | theScore

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Saints' Kamara ready to 'do more' in 2nd season

Accumulating the third-most all-purpose yards and receiving the AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award put the stamp on a highly successful first season for New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara, but it appears the dual-threat back is ready for a larger workload in year two. “(Tha… NFL | theScore

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Report: Mets showing interest in Jose Bautista

Jose Bautista‘s waning career might have some more life in it yet. Bautista, who was released by the Atlanta Braves on Sunday, is reportedly garnering interest from the <a data-in-app-uri="thescore://… MLB | theScore

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Fans of the Acadie-Bathurst Titan rally for their team

While the Acadie-Bathurst Titan are battling it out for the Memorial Cup, fans at home are cheering them on and preparing for what could be the homecoming of a lifetime.  Mick Knowles has never missed a hockey game since the team relocated to the small New Brunswick town 20 years ago.  “I go to every game that’s here in town,” ...

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