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Daily Archives: 6th June 2018

Oregon State star Heimlich, who pleaded guilty to molestation, goes undrafted

The 2018 MLB Draft has concluded without Luke Heimlich’s name being called among the 1,214 picks. The star pitcher at Oregon State pleaded guilty to molesting his niece when he was 15 and she was 6. He later denied doing what he admitted to. “I always denied anything ever happened,” he told the New York Times in May. “Even after ...

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BREAKING: Simmons to DL with ankle sprain

ANAHEIM — The Angels placed shortstop Andrelton Simmons on the 10-day disabled list with a Grade 2 right ankle sprain before Wednesday night’s game against the Royals. In a corresponding move, the club recalled utility man Kaleb Cowart from Triple-A Salt Lake. Simmons was injured shortly before the first pitch of Tuesday’s <span cla… MLB News Index

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Deandre Ayton says 'I know I'm going No. 1' after having workout with Phoenix Suns

PHOENIX (AP)  — Deandre Ayton spent Wednesday with the Phoenix Suns with the feeling that this was the start of a beautiful relationship. The 7-foot-1, 250-pound center went through what he said would be his only pre-draft workout and expressed supreme confidence that the Suns will use the No. 1 overall pick to select him. “I know I’m going No. ...

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Bears used J. R. Smith NBA Finals blunder as teaching tool

The Chicago Bears are using the 2018 NBA Finals’ biggest moment as a teaching tool for the upcoming NFL season. According to Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, head coach Matt Nagy made the team watch <a data-in-app-uri="thescore:///nba/teams/7" href=""… NFL | theScore

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Family reunion: Astros draft younger brothers of Correa, Bregman

The Houston Astros used the last rounds of the 2018 MLB Draft to add some familiar names. In the 33rd round, the club selected J.C. Correa, the younger brother of shortstop Carlos Correa. In the 35th round, Houston picked A.J. Bregman, the younger brother of third baseman <a data-in-app-uri=… MLB | theScore

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NASCAR Roundtable: Is Chase Elliott's winless streak about to end?

Veteran NASCAR reporter Kenny Bruce joins the NASCAR Roundtable panel this week along with Jim Utter, Nick DeGroot and Tim Southers. Chase Elliott has four Cup starts at Michigan with three runner-up finishes. Could this be the week he finally breaks through and captures that elusive first Cup win? Jim: I say yes, but I’ve been saying that for a ...

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