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Daily Archives: 23rd June 2018

Hank Aaron: Athletes must speak up to fight injustice

Hall of Famer Hank Aaron doesn’t subscribe to the “stick to sports” philosophy. The former Braves great has a social justice award bearing his name, after all. Speaking at the Center for Civil Rights and Human Rights in Atlanta on Friday, he offered his support to athletes who use their platforms to enact social change. “… MLB | theScore

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WEC – Corvette Racing to enter 6 Hours of Shanghai

WEC – 2018 6 Hours of Shanghai – News  Chevrolet has today announced that Corvette Racing will compete in the fifth round of the FIA World Endurance Championship Super Season, the 6 Hours of Shanghai on 18th November bringing the number of world class manufacturers in the championship to seven.  The C7.R race car, which will wear a special Redline* ...

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Wade hopes to be NBA owner, help bring back SuperSonics

Dwyane Wade‘s playing days aren’t over just yet, but the Miami Heat guard already knows what he wants to do once he wraps up his legendary career. “I definitely want to be a part of ownership in the NBA. I’m not going to try to buy a team. I don’t have that kind of bread, but I definitely want … ...

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The US Open Is Making A Big Change About Pregnancy That Could Benefit Serena Williams

The US Open will change the way it seeds female players returning from pregnancy during the upcoming tournament as part of a move that could be a potential boon for Serena Williams. Katrina Adams, the president and chair of the board of the United States Tennis Association, which runs the US Open, told the <a href="" target="_blank" data-skimlinks-tracking="48… BuzzFeed – ...

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Blue Jays place Sanchez on DL with finger contusion

The Toronto Blue Jays are getting a star starter back Saturday, but they lost another one in the process. Toronto placed right-hander Aaron Sanchez on the 10-day disabled list Saturday with a right index finger contus… MLB | theScore

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NHL draft: Sabres take Dahlin No.1, Habs select Kotkaniemi third

The draft has become one of the most highly-anticipated days on the NHL calendar in the league’s salary cap era. Unlike the trade deadline and the start of free agency, teams have often made big splashes with deals involving star players or high picks. That didn’t happen Friday night. Dahlin joins Mats Sundin as the only Swedes taken with the ...

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