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General manager Matt Klentak said Nola experienced soreness in his last start.
The Cavs sweep of the Pacers is fueling already strong speculation that Indiana is going to have to deal Paul George. Two teams, the Celtics and Lakers, are both rumored to have interest. Mitch Lawrence of the Sporting News says Boston is the better landing spot.
My gut told me that Isaiah was going to have a huge game on Sunday, and boy was that feeling right on. Thomas poured in 33 points in 36 minutes to lead Boston in it’s series tying win over Chicago.
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Videos of the Day: IT leads Celtics over Bulls
Even after the Phillies spent $19 million to fortify the corner outfield spots last winter, Aaron Altherr has found regular at-bats in 2017.
The Phillies pitcher had operations on both knees last year, and the result is no pain and lots of gain.
Zach Eflin’s success has made his grueling rehabilitation worthwhile
Hernandez, Altherr, and Herrera provided the power in a 5-2 victory.
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Phillies smack back-to-back-to-back homers to sweep the Braves
After getting stronger in the offseason, the leadoff hitter has four home runs in 18 games and nine extra-base hits, a total he did not reach until June 4 last season.
BIG EXPLOSIONS always need a flint, a fuse, something to create anticipation. Or in baseball terms, hope. The Phillies had struck out nine times against Atlanta starter Mike Foltynewicz before Daniel Nava stroked a single to centerfield in the seventh inning Sunday