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Daily Archives: 26th September 2018

Braves' Swanson undergoing treatment for torn ligament in left hand

The Atlanta Braves have been dealt a dose of uncertainty with the postseason just around the corner. Shortstop Dansby Swanson will be out for the remainder of the regular season after an MRI revealed he has torn a ligament in his left hand, the <a href="https://twitter.com/Braves/status/1045… MLB | theScore

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Swanson has ligament tear; playoff status unclear

NEW YORK — Shortstop Dansby Swanson will miss the remainder of the regular season with a torn ligament in his left hand, the Braves announced on Wednesday, although the club has not ruled out the possibility that he will be available once the postseason begins next week. Swanson received his diagnosis when he returned to Atlanta on Wednesday to be ...

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Los Angeles Lakers love LeBron James' leadership in first practice

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) — Although the Lakers’ first official practice of the LeBron James era was focused on defense and learning new terminology, they ended it with a good old-fashioned 3-point shooting contest. The Lakers’ new superstar was just another teammate during the spirited back-and-forth competition Tuesday. When James wasn’t draining his own 3s, he marveled along with everybody ...

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Bengals, including A.J. Green, getting healthy

2:14 PM ET CINCINNATI — Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said A.J. Green is fine after missing the second half of Sunday’s loss to the Panthers with a hip issue. Green landed hard on his hip while trying to catch a pass and eventually went to the sidelines while clearly in pain. He did not return to the game, and watched ...

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Report: Price 'far too steep' for Suns in potential 3-team trade for Butler

The Phoenix Suns reportedly reached out to the Minnesota Timberwolves to gauge what it would cost to enter a potential three-team trade for Jimmy Butler, but the asking price was “far too steep,” league sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. There has been reportedly no communication at this time as it pertains to either Jeff Teague or Goran Dragic being moved ...

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Deschamps: This is a shared honour

Ddier Deschamps is a world champion player and coach A winner at The Best Awards for the first time He beat Zinedine Zidane and Zlatko Dalic to the Men’s Coach prize Didier Deschamps is now part of one of the most select groups in world football, joining the legendary Mario Zagallo and Franz Beckenbauer as the only men to have ...

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'I'll always be a Blue Jay': 5 takeaways from Gibbons' goodbye presser

TORONTO – Hours before their final home game in a second successive season nobody will remember, the Toronto Blue Jays announced that John Gibbons won’t return as manager in 2019, notarizing in a half-hour press conference the handwriting that had adorned the Rogers Centre walls for months. Reasonable people can debate whether the move was necessary, but nobody can dispute ...

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Gordon Hayward plans to play in Celtics' preseason opener

Boston Celtics forward Gordon Hayward says he plans to play in Friday’s preseason game, per NBC Sports Boston’s Abby Chin. Hayward hasn’t played an NBA game since last season’s opening night, when he dislocated his left ankle and fractured his left tibia. The 28-year-old recently said he’s “basically 100 percent” and told reporters on Tuesday that he even dunked off his left ...

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This Derek Carr quote shows awkwardness of NFL's new roughing the passer rule

If there’s one group of players in the NFL that the league probably thought would be on board with the new roughing the passer rule, it’s quarterbacks. After all, the rule was implemented to protect them. However, it seems that more and more quarterbacks are now coming out against the rule change, which <a href="https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/tac… CBSSports.com Headlines

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