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Daily Archives: 7th July 2018

7 difficult decisions as Trade Deadline nears

The non-waiver Trade Deadline is still a little more than three weeks away, but there has been an acceleration in conversation in a year with so many transitioning teams and, in the American League in particular, such a clear delineation between the haves and have-nots. It could be that things really ramp up earlier than usual, or it could be ...

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Eli Manning's SB XLII helmet up for auction

1:25 PM ET One of the main pieces of evidence in the Eli Manning memorabilia fraud lawsuit that led to an undisclosed settlement is heading to the auction block. Manning’s helmet used in Super Bowl XLII, the game in which the underdog

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Two Women Refereed An NBA Game Together For The First Time Ever

Two black women did something this week that no other women have done before: They refereed a professional basketball game together. Danielle Scott and Angelica Suffren officiated an NBA Summer League game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat on Tuesday evening. Marc J. Spears, a senior writer for ESPN’s The Defeated website, pointed out the news in ...

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Cardinals GM Keim cited for DUI on 4th of July

Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim was cited for driving under the influence on July 4, Chandler police confirmed to KTAR News 92.3. “We are aware of the incident on Wednesday involving Steve Keim,” the Cardinals said Saturday in a statement. “He fully recognizes the seriousness of th… NFL | theScore

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Ovechkin shows off the Stanley Cup at the World Cup

MOSCOW (AP) Alex Ovechkin has brought the Stanley Cup to the World Cup. The Washington Capitals captain took the NHL trophy to a fan zone in Moscow where World Cup games are screened. With the Russian National Guard providing security, Ovechkin lifted the cup above his head in front of a crowd of fans, who were allowed to take photos ...

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My Cause, My Cleats program leads Bucs captain to adopt twins

8:13 AM ET Just before 5:30 a.m., Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive back Joshua Robinson is readying himself for duty. He pushes in the hard, pullout hospital sofa that has become his makeshift bed and wipes the sleep from his eyes. With a bottle in his hand and a warm blanket, he reaches for the oldest of two tiny babies, gently ...

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