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Daily Archives: 9th June 2018

DEVELOPING: Tanaka exits with stiff hamstrings

NEW YORK — Masahiro Tanaka‘s evening came to an abrupt ending in the sixth inning on Friday at Citi Field when the right-hander was removed from the Subway Series opener with stiff hamstrings shortly after scoring the tying run on an Aaron Judge sacrifice fly. He will be re-evaluated on Saturday. The Yankees went on to win, 4-1. Tan… MLB ...

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Bagley: Ayton saying he's the No. 1 pick is 'disrespectful'

Marvin Bagley III doesn’t want to hear Deandre Ayton boasting that he will be the No. 1 pick in the June 21 NBA draft, because Bagley believes he’ll be. “It’s disrespectful and I use it as drive every single day,” Bagley said, according to <a href="https://www.washingtonpo… NBA | theScore

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Saints' Watson: NFLPA must push 'true narrative' that players love country

New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson is urging the NFLPA to continue to project the narrative that players are indeed patriotic and respect the military amid the ongoing national debate. After receiving approval from league owners, the NFL implemented a policy in May, which states that players will be expected to stand… NFL | theScore

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DEVELOPING: Strasburg exits with apparent injury

WASHINGTON — Stephen Strasburg exited his start Friday with an apparent injury after allowing three runs in two innings against the Giants. The right-hander threw 35 pitches. Strasburg gave up a home run to Andrew McCutchen in the first inning. The 29-year-old has allowed 12 home runs this season, just one from tying his total from last season… MLB News ...

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5 QBs who could be 1st-rounders in next year's draft

It’s never too early to talk about the quarterbacks of tomorrow. With the 2018 NFL Draft in the rear-view mirror, it’s time to look ahead to the 2019 QB class. Five signal-callers were drafted in the first round this year, and the same could be true next year. A number of franchises are still in search of future options at ...

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