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Daily Archives: 30th June 2018

CC making a convincing case for Cooperstown

CC Sabathia first pitched in the big leagues in 2001 — with a lot more fastball than he showed against the Red Sox on Friday night at Yankee Stadium, when he made a team showing the kind of stick the Red Sox have shown this season look as if they were swinging at butterflies. CC, closing in on his 38th ...

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Winnipeg Jets offload Steve Mason’s contract to try to re-sign Paul Stastny

The Winnipeg Jets have made a big move to free up cap space ahead of the opening of NHL free agency. The Jets sent goaltender Steve Mason, restricted free agent forward Joel Armia and two draft picks to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for blue-line prospect Simon Bourque. More importantly, the trade erases Mason’s $ 4.1 million salary from the ...

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Teams may target these under-radar starters

You’re likely to be reading a lot about Jacob deGrom over the next few weeks. Will the Mets trade him? Sure, they’ve said they’re willing to consider anything, but that’s a far cry from pulling the trigger on dealing a 30-year-old ace. In a trade market woefully thin on starting pitching, deGrom is the most intriguing name. Can you envision ...

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Report: Cousins 'very likely' returning to Pelicans on short-term deal

DeMarcus Cousins‘ suitors will be few and far between as the market may be dry for the All-Star after suffering a season ending achilles injury in late January. Considering the unknown of how Cousins will recover, he is reportedly “very likely” to return to the New Orleans Pelicans on a two-year deal in hopes of increasing his value in the ...

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O, no: Baltimore finishes 1st half on pace for 116 losses

It’s going to be a long, long summer in the Charm City. The Baltimore Orioles lost again Friday, falling 7-1 to the Los Angeles Angels to finish their official first-half schedule with an MLB-worst 23-58 record. That defeat not only left the Orioles some 31 games out of first place in the AL East, but … MLB | theScore

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