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Son of former 'Canes great Vinny Testaverde transferring out of Miami

CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) — Vincent Testaverde, the son of Heisman Trophy winner Vinny Testaverde, is leaving Miami. The younger Testaverde transferred into his father’s alma mater in January 2015, and never took a snap for the Hurricanes. He was not in the top four quarterbacks on Miami’s depth chart this fall behind Malik Rosier, Evan Shirreffs, N’Kosi Perry and ...

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Fall baseball holds registration

Easton Baseball League is holding registration for the fall 2017 season. The deadline is Thursday, Aug. 31, to allow for sufficient time to make teams. This fall wil… Baseball News

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Rich Hill's gem wasn't a no-hitter – and that shouldn't matter

How does one determine the best pitcher in baseball? Some value longevity. Despite an incredibly dominant 1973 campaign, Nolan Ryan comes to mind as someone who was steadily great – enough so to make the Hall of Fame. He didn’t win a single Cy Young in his 27-year career, even for ’73. But he was arguably, at one moment, the ...

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Mets set to activate Familia from disabled list

“He’s still on the comeback trail,” Collins said. “We’ll just get him out there, and if he looks like he’s comfortable, we’ll make decisions then.” Speaking with reporters the morning after completing the second of his back-to-back outings with Class A Short-Season Brooklyn, Familia touted his health and excitement. “I feel great. I feel like it’s my first day in ...

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Sillanpaa ready to lead Solano College baseball program

When Solano College’s baseball team takes the field at Yarbrough Stadium next spring, fans of the program may notice a new leader jotting names into the starting lineup before games. What they won’t notice is a change in how the team goes about its business. After 15 years of steering the Falcons and establishing a winning tradition at Solano, longtime ...

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Ray returns to D-Backs for 1st time since taking liner to head

Arizona Diamondbacks left-hander Robbie Ray was on his way toward the finest season of his career, and one of the National League’s best, until a screaming liner to the head put the southpaw on the disabled list for nearly a month. <figure class="article-segmen… MLB | theScore

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Street-running body tells Olympic gymnastics to back off

GENEVA (AP) Global organizers of street-running known as parkour have set the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) a deadline to end attempts to control their sport. Parkour Earth asks FIG President Morinari Watanabe in an open letter for an ”urgent meeting” by Sept. 15 to formalize its right to govern. It’s the latest dispute involving Olympic sports bodies for control of ...

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