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New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi gave a unique answer when the media asked him about Masahiro Tanaka. The question was raised about whether the team had sent him for any “scans” to see if anything was wrong with him health wise considering his recent regression. (read more)


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Potential No. 1 overall pick Markelle Fultz appears to have been hitting the weights quite a bit lately as he prepares for the 2017 NBA Draft. (read more)

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Tiger Woods has announced that following a surgical back procedure, it will be months before he can swing a club, but he’s definitely not retiring and he’s looking forward to competing once again.If that sounds familiar, well, it should; it’s essentially the fourth time it’s happened over the past three years or so. (read more)

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Relaxed, 'healthy' Gray finding groove

25-5-2017 3:24 AM | yardbarker | 2 similar news

About two hours before Wednesday's first pitch against Miami, Sonny Gray set the mood in the A's clubhouse with some soothing zen music while someone else dimmed the lights (read more)

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8 breakout stars of the NBA Playoffs

25-5-2017 6:16 AM | yardbarker | 2 similar news

The NBA’s regular season can drag and lose the interest of the casual fan. When the lights turn up in the playoffs, some players shrink and others rise to the occasion. (read more)

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A Draymond Green flop in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals was a spectacular acting job. One might even say it was Oscar worthy. (read more)

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LaVar Ball never misses a marketing opportunity, no matter how inappropriate some may deem it. So it should come as no surprise that Ball is turning something he said during a tense exchange with a radio/TV host into a catchphrase. (read more)

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It’s been three years since Mallory Edens lit the Internet ablaze at the NBA draft lottery, and now she has officially returned for Round 2.On Wednesday, a day after Milwaukee Bucks general manager John Hammond left the team to take the same position with the Orlando Magic, The Ringer’s Bill Simmons tweeted at Edens, the 21-year-old daughter of Bucks co-owner Wes Edens. (read more)

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If you thought a year away would have changed any feelings of ill will Byron Scott harbors towards some former Lakers front office members, you would be wrong.Scott has written a book called “Slam-Dunk Success: Leading from Every Position on Life’s Court. (read more)

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Paxton Lynch may not understand what it takes to elevate from being a guy with the potential to lead a franchise to actually being the lead dog.According to Mark Schlereth, a former Denver Broncos offensive lineman and someone still heavily entrenched with the club, Lynch isn’t interested in being the first guy in the building and the last guy out of it. (read more)

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Ezekiel Elliott has been in the news a whole heck of a lot since joining the Dallas Cowboys. Some of it’s been good news. (read more)

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Now that former Colts punter Pat McAfee is out of the league, he has free rein to do as he pleases, and to say whatever he wants.McAfee worked out a deal with Barstool Sports ahead of the Super Bowl earlier this year, which gives him the platform to say ridiculous things and share his reactions to the news on a daily basis. (read more)

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Yasmani Grandal made an inadvertent mistake when he stepped to the plate for his first at-bat on Wednesday.Grandal is a switch hitter, so he wears a different helmet depending on which side of the plate he’s batting from. (read more)

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Jim Harbaugh this week delved into some issues from his past sure to delight devoted fans of the charismatic and quirky college football coach. So, in a way, it’s just another typical week for the Michigan Wolverines head football coach. (read more)

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This past winter, Houston’s football program underwent a few major changes, not the least of which was seeing Tom Herman leave for Texas. That move resulted in Herman’s offensive coordinator, Major Applewhite, being bumped up into the captain’s chair. (read more)

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Two years ago, New Mexico athletic director Paul Krebs organized a week-long golf trip to Scotland for 23 people. The price tag was officially $8,189 per person, but a handful of people didn’t pay a dime of that. (read more)

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Re-Sign Jayson Werth

24-5-2017 10:21 PM | yardbarker | 1 similar news

The Golden Age of Washington Nationals baseball began in the winter of 2010. Out of the blue and in the dead of night, the Nats gave their first one-hundred million dollar contract to Jayson Werth. (read more)

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The Cleveland Cavaliers are not taking their series with the Boston Celtics lightly at all. In fact, they’re very concerned about how different Boston looks without Isaiah Thomas. (read more)

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The Milwaukee Bucks have a plan in place to keep their front office going following the departure of GM John Hammond.The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports that the Bucks are promoting assistant GM Justin Zanik to interim general manager. (read more)

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The Los Angeles Lakers are already working towards bettering themselves for the upcoming season. On Wednesday, the team announced the hiring of Gunnar Peterson, who will serve as the Director of Strength and Endurance Training. (read more)

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The San Antonio Spurs and soon-to-be free agent Chris Paul might be eyeballing one another as a potential match heading into the 2017-18 NBA season.ESPN’s Zach Lowe spoke to the “rumblings” that Paul and the Spurs could be a thing this summer. (read more)

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Brock Osweiler has apparently watched game film of himself from last year that none of us have access to, because he believes his performance in 2016 helps strengthen his case to earn a starting role this upcoming season.On Wednesday, a reporter asked Osweiler why he feels he deserves to be the starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns. (read more)

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David Ross’ whirlwind experience on “Dancing with the Stars that culminated with an arguably surprising appearance in the finals ended Tuesday night when he and partner Lindsay Arnold finished runner-up to former NFL player Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater.The retired Chicago Cubs World Series champion, however, wouldn’t trade the experience for anything, even if he came up just short in securing t (read more)

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That’s not a typo. We’re definitely not running a fake news story here. (read more)

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Joc Pederson and Yasiel Puig were both hurt after colliding while pursuing a ball hit to right-center during the 10th inning of Tuesday’s Dodgers-Cardinals game.Yadier Molina was up with nobody on and two outs in the top of the 10th and smoked a ball to deep right-center. (read more)

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