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Daily Archives: 28th July 2018

Pete Rose sounds off on MLB, calls baseballs 'juiced'

It’s Hall of Fame Weekend, and with six of the game’s greatest set to be inducted in Cooperstown on Sunday, MLB’s outcast all-time hits leader sounded off on his former employer. Pete Rose offered his take on the state of the game, the influx of home runs over the past few years, and the cause of such a rise. “That ...

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Diamondbacks acquire versatile infielder Escobar from Twins

SAN DIEGO — The Arizona Diamondbacks acquired switch-hitting infielder Eduardo Escobar from the Minnesota Twins on Friday for minor league right-hander Jhoan Duran and outfielders Gabriel Maciel and Ernie De La Trinidad. The 29-year-old Escobar hit .274 with 15 home runs, 63 RBI and a major league-best … FOX Sports Digital

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Team USA stars think Las Vegas should get an NBA franchise

The NBA experienced enormous success with its Las Vegas Summer League this year, breaking the tournament’s previous total attendance record by over 12,000 fans and selling out a summer league game for the second time ever. A number of the NBA’s finest talents were in Sin City from Wednesday to Friday for Team USA’s basketball minicamp. W… NBA | theScore

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Patriots' Edelman: 'I'm accountable' for PED suspension

New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman accepts full responsibility for his four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs. “Obviously you’re disappointed with it, but I got to follow the protocols a little better and make sure this never happens ag… NFL | theScore

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F1 – Vettel tops second practice in Hungary ahead of Red Bulls

F1 – 2018 Hungarian Grand Prix – FP2 Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel went quickest in the second free practice session for the this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix, finishing just 0.074s ahead of Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen. Verstappen’s team-mate Daniel Ricciardo finished in third place ahead of the second Ferrari of Kimi Räikkönen. Mercedes, meanwhile, continued to struggle for ultimate pace, ...

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Wilks opens first Cardinals camp with star RB, without GM

GLENDALE, Ariz. — The Arizona Cardinals have their star running back but are without their general manager as they open their first training camp under new coach Steve Wilks. Running back David Johnson returned to the fold this week after sitting out mandatory minicamp in a contract dispute. “It means a lot” to have Johnson back, Wilks said after players ...

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