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Daily Archives: 23rd May 2018

Trout 'probably not' going to participate in Home Run Derby

TORONTO – Mike Trout‘s vow to eventually participate in the Home Run Derby likely won’t be fulfilled this season. “I haven’t really thought about it. Probably not,” Trout told theScore in the visiting clubhouse at Rogers Centre on Wednesday prior to his game against the Toronto Blue Jays. <p… MLB | theScore

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Didi's 1st HR since April 27 gets Yanks started

ARLINGTON — The home run surge that helped Didi Gregorius earn honors as the American League’s Player of the Month for April had cooled, but the Yankees’ shortstop is finally on the board for May after belting a two-run shot in the first inning of Wednesday’s game against the Rangers at Globe Life Park. Mired in a 3-for-54 (.056) skid ...

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Bulldogs top Titan for back-to-back wins at Memorial Cup

Hamilton Bulldogs captain Justin Lemcke is now a fan of the Swift Current Broncos, even if it’s just for one day. The Ontario Hockey League champion earned at least a berth in the Memorial Cup semifinal with a 3-2 win over the Acadie-Bathurst Titan on Tuesday. Hamilton beats Acadie-Bathurst 3-2. Both teams guaranteed at least a semifinal spot. 1:21 Hamilton ...

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Milwaukee PD: Officers 'acted inappropriately' in tasing Bucks' Brown

The Milwaukee Police Department released body cam footage of a parking arrest of Bucks guard Sterling Brown, stemming from an incident in January. Brown was tased and confronted by at least five officers outside a Walgreens after he double-parked across two accessible parking lanes. The body cam footage can be found <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o… NBA | theScore

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Mayfield throws 3 interceptions during OTAs

Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield got off to a rough start during Wednesday’s organized team activities. Mayfield, selected first overall in the 2018 draft, threw three interceptions and almost had two more passes picked… NFL | theScore

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Hosting fee causing high Memorial Cup ticket prices, low attendance

The organizing committee chair for the 100th Memorial Cup says that a high fee to host the tournament has caused increased ticket prices and impacted attendance. Shaun Semple said that the Regina Pats, a team in which he is a co-owner, had to pay $ 3.65 million to host the Canadian major junior championship. He said that ticket prices start ...

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