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Daily Archives: 12th June 2018

Rockies GM calls out inconsistent Jon Gray: 'We need him to step up'

Colorado Rockies right-hander Jon Gray has shown flashes of brilliance and ace-caliber stuff throughout his young big-league career, but his inconsistent performances this season appear to have gotten under the skin of general manager Jeff Bridich. “When he’s been good, he’s been really good…. MLB | theScore

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FIA GT Nations cup to headline new GT Festival in 2018

SRO Motorsports Group to promote weekend of racing in late November at Bahrain International Circuit Following the approval of the FIA World Motor Sport Council, it has been confirmed that a new event – the Bahrain GT Festival – will take place on 30 November and 1 December 2018. Promoted by SRO Motorsports Group and held at Bahrain International Circuit, ...

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Canada improves to 2-0 at FIBA U18 Americas tournament

Emanuel Miller had 19 points and eight rebounds as Canada defeated Ecuador 115-75 on Monday, to remain undefeated at the FIBA U18 Americas basketball championship. A.J. Lawson and Addison Patterson had 20 points apiece. “I’m just thankful for all my teammates. They are such threats on the court, they made my job so much easier,” Miller said. “They see me ...

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Gordon: Browns have 'best receiving corps in the NFL'

True to his confident form, Josh Gordon said Tuesday that the Cleveland Browns have “the best receiving corps in the NFL.” “Just based off of talent alone,” he told reporters at Browns minicamp, including <a href="https://… NFL | theScore

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Betts, Altuve lead well-rounded AL All-Star update

In the first American League All-Star ballot update, Mookie Betts, not Mike Trout, leads all vote recipients by a whopping margin. Despite recently being sidelined for 14 games, Betts received 748,872 votes, besting Trout’s 639,822. In fa… MLB | theScore

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