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Daily Archives: 24th September 2018

Report: Giants fire GM Bobby Evans

The San Francisco Giants, who are about to complete their second consecutive losing season, have reportedly fired general manager Bobby Evans, according to Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle. San Francisco has asked Evans to remain with the organization in another role,… MLB | theScore

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Story back for Rockies after missing a week

DENVER — Shortstop Trevor Story is back in the Rockies’ starting lineup, batting fifth, for Monday night’s game against the Phillies — the opener of a crucial seven-game, regular-season-closing homestand — after missing five games with right elbow soreness. Story has risen to National League Most Valuable Player Award consideration by hitting .288 with 33 home runs and 102 RBIs ...

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Lifetime Warrior: Klay 'perfectly content' as free agency looms

When you’re a part of an organization that won an NBA record 73 games two years ago, as well as three of the last four championships, it becomes increasingly difficult to rationalize heading elsewhere. Golden State Warriors sharpshooter Klay Thompson will have the option of leaving the Bay Area next summer as an unrestricted … NBA | theScore

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Story back for Rockies after missing a week

DENVER — Shortstop Trevor Story is back in the Rockies’ starting lineup, batting fifth, for Monday night’s game against the Phillies — the opener of a crucial seven-game, regular-season-closing homestand — after missing five games with right elbow soreness. Story has risen to National League Most Valuable Player Award consideration by hitting .288 with 33 home runs and 102 RBIs ...

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Report: Jets contact Steelers about Bell trade

The New York Jets have contacted the Pittsburgh Steelers to express interest in trading for running back Le’Veon Bell, sources told <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/jets/ny-sports-leveon-bell-ste… NFL | theScore

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Didi believes he'll return before end of season

Didi Gregorius thinks he’ll be back on the field before the end of the season. The Yankees shortstop, who tore cartilage in his right wrist Saturday while diving into home with the walk-off run that clinched New York a postseason berth, said Monday that he’s encouraged by how much better his wrist feels and believes he’ll be able to return ...

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