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Daily Archives: 6th July 2018

Indians' Bauer vows to never sign multi-year deal after bet with friend

Even though Cleveland Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer is one of the game’s best pitchers, he may try to avoid signing a multi-year deal in the future because of a very strange reason. “I don’t want to get shot in the nuts with a paintball gun from 10 feet away,” Bauer told <a href="https://tw… MLB | theScore

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Game Recap: Rockets 92, Pacers 89

By Nick Whalen, Rotowire Trevon Duval and Danuel House scored 20 points each to help the Houston Rockets defeat the Indiana Pacers, 92-89, in the Las Vegas Summer League opener for both teams at Cox Pavilion on Friday. After building a solid, eight-point lead in the second quarter, the Pacers let things quickly get out of hand into the second ...

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Mavs officially sign DeAndre Jordan

Breathe a sigh of relief, Mavericks fans. The Dallas Mavericks have officially signed center DeAndre Jordan, the team announced Friday. Jordan comes aboard on a <a data-in-app-uri="thescore:///news/1563997" hre… NBA | theScore

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Report: Blue Jays' Osuna to begin rehab stint July 14

Toronto Blue Jays relief pitcher Roberto Osuna will begin a rehab assignment on July 14. It will likely be with the team’s Class-A affiliate in Dunedin, Fla., according to Sportsnet’s Mike Wilner. Osuna will be eligible … MLB | theScore

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Phoenix Suns want Trevor Ariza to provide talent, leadership to young team

PHOENIX (AP) — General manager Ryan McDonough says Trevor Ariza was the first player the Phoenix Suns targeted in free agency, speaking with him and his wife via FaceTime from a car one minute after free agency began. The Suns spent virtually all of their cap space on the 14-year veteran NBA forward, who agreed to a one-year, $ 15 million contract. On Friday, ...

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NASCAR Drive for Diversity female crew members ready for Daytona

Tire-Changers Brehanna Daniels and Breanna O’Leary will both go over the wall on Saturday in the NASCAR Cup race to pit for driver Ray Black Jr. For the first time in the history of the NASCAR Drive for Diversity program, two female drivers will pit a car in Saturday night’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Daytona International Speedway. ...

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Winston's suspension might torpedo Buccaneers' season before it begins

Earlier this offseason, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers seemed like a trendy pick to be a surprise team in 2018. There are a few teams every year that far exceed expectations, like the Buffalo Bills earning a postseason berth for the first time since 1999 last season, or the Rams increasing their win total by seven games compared to 2016 in ...

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Cubs don't like offensive options on trade market, could pursue pitching

The Chicago Cubs could stand pat this trade deadline, as the available offensive assets don’t appeal to president of baseball operations Theo Epstein. He said Friday that the Cubs are still “assessing” what they need prior to the upcoming non-waiver deadline, according to Patrick Mooney of The Athletic. “On the positi… MLB | theScore

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