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Kershaw to skip rehab start, rejoin Dodgers on Saturday

Initially slated for a minor-league rehab start Saturday, Clayton Kershaw – sidelined for the last three weeks with a lower back strain – will instead rejoin the Los Angeles Dodgers and take the mound against the New York Mets at Citi Field, the club confirmed. More to come. Let’s block ads! <a href="… MLB | theScore

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Josh Donaldson still not ready to rejoin Jays

Josh Donaldson is back with his Blue Jays teammates in Toronto. He just wishes he could play a game with them. Donaldson took batting practice and fielded ground balls with his teammates at Rogers Centre ahead of Friday’s game against the Washington Nationals. He has been on the 10-day disabled list since May 29 with left calf soreness. “I would ...

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Foster's felony charges dropped; can rejoin 49ers

1:32 AM ET SAN JOSE, Calif. — San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster can rejoin his team Thursday after two felony charges related to domestic violence were dismissed Wednesday afternoon. Santa Clar… – NFL

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'Grateful' for 2nd chance, Kang apologizes as he prepares to rejoin Pirates

Jung Ho Kang, the Pittsburgh Pirates infielder who has been on Major League Baseball’s restricted list since 2017 following a DUI conviction in his native South Korea, issued a formal apology Friday and said he is “very grateful” to have received a second chance to play in the big leagues. Kang, who signed a four-year, $ 11-mil… MLB | theScore

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Jung Ho Kang granted a work visa and will rejoin the Pirates soon

Infielder Jung Ho Kang has been granted a U.S. visa and will rejoin the Pirates in a matter of days, the Pirates announced on Thursday. Kang, now 31, hasn’t played in MLB since late May of 2016 because of legal problems in his native Korea and had been on the Major League Baseball restricted list since the beginning of the ...

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Jung Ho Kang granted U.S. visa, will rejoin Pirates

Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman Jung Ho Kang has been granted a work visa to enter the United States and will return to the team, according to Rob Biertempfel of The Athletic. In 2017, Kang was charged with his third DUI in South Korea leading to his ban from the U.S. and was placed on the restricted list as result. More ...

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