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Daily Archives: 4th September 2018

Price to return Friday; Sale likely next week

ATLANTA — The aces are getting healthy for the Red Sox. David Price will return to action when he starts the opener of Friday’s big three-game series against the Astros at Fenway Park. The lefty was struck on his pitching wrist by a batted ball last Wednesday. … MLB News Index

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Ray Allen: I don't expect congrats from ex-Celtics for making Hall of Fame

Ray Allen is set to be inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame Friday, tying a bow on a remarkable career that included a pair of titles and 10 All-Star game appearances. But while Allen’s enshrinement will be eternal, as will, apparently, the longstanding divide between him and several former colleagues – namely, those who played a pivotal role ...

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Osorio named new Paraguay boss

Former Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio will lead Paraguay through their qualifying campaign for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar™. The Colombian, who took El Tri to the Round of 16 at Russia 2018, was named on Monday as La Albirroja’s new coach for the upcoming World Cup cycle and 2019 Copa America. The 57-year-old Osorio has previously coached club ...

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Golf, pro baseball fit together like ball, glove

Golf and professional baseball enjoy a symbiotic relationship. Games on the diamond are mostly played at night, leaving the daylight for golf. That is most assuredly the case for Las Vegas 51s players, coaches and executives. The 36-year reign of the 51s at Cashman Field ended Monday. In 2019, the AAA club will play in a new stadium adjacent to ...

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Predicting win totals for every NFC South team

There’s a case to be made that the NFC South is the toughest division in football. Two teams here figure to flirt with double-digit wins while an 11-win club from last season could also be in the thick of things. The final team is in tough without its quarterback for the first three games, but could perhaps do a little ...

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