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Daily Archives: 27th May 2018

Sale torched for season-high 6 runs by Braves: 'I sucked bad'

Chris Sale certainly didn’t look like himself on the mound Sunday at Fenway Park. The Boston Red Sox left-hander surrendered a season-high six runs off five hits and three walks to the Atlanta Braves over just 4 1/3 innings and was handed the loss as his club dropped the series finale 7-1. </p… MLB | theScore

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Happ handles former team as Jays beat Phillies

J.A. Happ is always at his best against his former team. Devon Travis and Dwight Smith Jr. each hit two-run doubles, Happ pitched neatly into the seventh inning and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Philadelphia Phillies 5-3 Sunday. Curtis Granderson added a solo homer to help the Blue Jays take two of three in the interleague series. Happ (7-3) ...

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D'Antoni says Paul is questionable for Game 7

Houston Rockets head coach Mike D’Antoni told reporters on a conference call that Chris Paul will be listed as questionable for Monday night’s Game 7 against the Golden State Warriors. D’Antoni added … NBA | theScore

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Warriors go bonkers in 2nd half to force decisive Game 7 against Rockets

Golden State’s quest for a repeat championship remains intact. An awful start was followed by three quarters of utter dominance, spot-on shot-making and beautiful defence — even against one of the game’s greatest and hardest to stop in James Harden. The ups and downs are still perplexing to coach Steve Kerr. “I have no clue why our team is like ...

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Sundin says Matthews isn't a shoo-in for Leafs' captaincy

Hall of Fame forward Mats Sundin said Auston Matthews is not the automatic choice to become the Toronto Maple Leafs’ next captain. The team has not had a designated captain since defenceman Dion Phaneuf was traded to the Ottawa Senators in February of 2016. Forwards Tyler Bozak and Leo Komarov and defenceman Morgan Rielly were alternate captains last season. Sundin ...

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Brad Keselowski holds off Custer to win Xfinity race at Charlotte

Brad Keselowski is now a perfect two-for-two in the NASCAR Xfinity Series this season. Keselowski, who started on the pole, found himself chasing Kyle Busch until he wrecked, had to wait through an hour-long rain delay and then held off Cole Custer in overtime to win the Alsco 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Keselowski won in his only other series ...

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