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Daily Archives: 31st May 2018

Wright feels good, starts baseball activities

NEW YORK — Long before Citi Field filled up for Thursday night’s game against the Cubs, and even before many of his teammates reported to work, David Wright emerged from the Mets’ clubhouse for a light game of catch. As head athletic trainer Brian Chicklo and physical therapist John Zajac watched, Wright uncorked throws with intensity for the first time ...

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Report: Lakers not considering drafting, signing LiAngelo Ball

Don’t expect a Ball family reunion in Tinseltown. The Los Angeles Lakers are reportedly not considering signing or drafting LiAngelo Ball, the younger brother of last year’s No. 2 pick Lonzo Ball, sources told <a href="… NBA | theScore

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Aaron Jones' act of kindness at Wisconsin airport goes viral

Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones arrived at organized team activities (OTAs) on Thursday with a little more hype than he had expected. A photo shared Monday night of Jones pushing a fellow traveler’s wheelchair at Appleton International Airport in Wisconsin had gone viral by the t… NFL | theScore

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Off the Bench podcast: Does James Harden have the right mindset to ever get better on defense?

Carmelo Anthony entered the league as a green teenager in 2003. Fresh off leading Syracuse to its first men’s NCAA championship, he displayed an offensive arsenal that immediately translated to the NBA, averaging 24.3 points over the course of his first four seasons. Anthony, though, never developed his defensive skill set in the way his offense gre… Headlines

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Dolphins' Stills undecided whether he'll continue pregame protests

The NFL’s new anthem policy, set to take effect at the beginning of the 2018 season, has been met with plenty of negative feedback from players. Miami Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills doesn’t yet know if he’ll adhere to the new rule, which can subject teams, but not players, to fines from … NFL | theScore

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Tigers bring 'Rally Goose' into dugout, fly off with 2nd straight win

Honk, honk. The Detroit Tigers are on a roll, and it’s all thanks to a friendly Canada Goose who stopped by Comerica Park. During Wednesday’s rain-soaked affair between the Tigers and Los Angeles Angels, a stray goose became an internet sensation after disrupting the proceedings by wandering on the diamond. Thin… MLB | theScore

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