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Monthly Archives: May 2018

Cardinals president confirms Reyes' elbow is OK

The St. Louis Cardinals held their breaths Wednesday when top prospect and potential future ace Alex Reyes‘ velocity took a sudden dip in the fourth inning, but Cardinals president of baseball operations John Mozeliak says everything is OK. In his first start back following his recovery from … MLB | theScore

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NBA delivers most watched conference finals in six years

NEW YORK — The NBA Conference Finals was the most-watched in six years and the second most-watched in 16 years with combined viewership across all networks (TNT, ESPN, ABC) in the United States up 40 percent vs. last year, averaging nine million viewers (9,015,000 vs. 6,417,000), according to Nielsen. Additionally, the Conference Finals featured two of the most-watched NBA games in ...

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Swiss federal judge clears Peru captain to play at World Cup

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) A Swiss supreme court judge has cleared Peru captain Paolo Guerrero to play at the World Cup despite a doping ban. Switzerland’s supreme court says it has granted an interim order to freeze Guerrero’s 14-month ban for a positive doping test. The court says ”Paolo Guerrero can take part in the next World Cup.” The interim ruling ...

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Randall's jersey promise on cusp of Twitter history

Not only did Damarious Randall‘s jersey tweet go viral, it’s quickly become one of the most retweeted items ever and is now on the verge of Twitter history. On Monday night, the Cleveland Browns defensive back pledged to buy a jersey for everyone who retweeted his post if the <a data-in-app… NFL | theScore

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NL MVP Power Rankings: Freddie Freeman rising to the top

At the end of each month, theScore’s MLB editors will break down the leading candidates for the MVP and Cy Young awards in the American and National Leagues. On Thursday, we’re ranking the early favorites for the 2018 NL Most Valuable Player. 5. Lorenzo Cain, Brewers AVG OBP SLG WRC+ WAR .282</td… MLB | theScore

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Jermaine Gresham's random act of kindness saves passenger from missing her flight

“Stick to sports” is a familiar refrain whenever athletes make news away from the fields or courts. That news is almost always divisive, usually along cultural or racial lines. However this story, which features a random act of kindness, is why players — and those who cover them — shouldn’t always stick to sports. Cardinals tight end <a href="https… CBSSports.com ...

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