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Pacers guard Glenn Robinson III is not a fan of Cleveland, it seems. GR3 returned to action for the first time in nearly a month on Monday night, as he’s been battling a calf strain. He seemed excited to return, but not thrilled about being in Cleveland
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Glenn Robinson III trolls city of Cleveland on Snapchat
Major League Soccer continues to expand, with Minnesota United and Atlanta United increasing the number of teams to 22. A second Los Angeles team is slated to join MLS next season, along with what was supposed to be a new Miami franchise spearheaded by David Beckham.
It’s commonplace that after someone dies, we learn some of their biggest secrets. Occasionally, they are good things that no one knew existed, but, mostly, they’re skeletons the deceased might have wished had been left in the closet. Fortunately, this one definitely falls into the “good” category
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Tigers Owner Paid Rosa Parks’ Rent for Years
The San Diego Chargers have become the Los Angeles Chargers—just don’t tell that to moving companies located in San Diego. It is one thing for the Chargers to secure a move to Los Angeles, abandoning the city of San Diego and its fans. It is another to actually move there
Is this it for Tony Romo ? Because things are looking a little bleak for him right now. No one ever really thought that Dak Prescott would actually sideline Romo, primarily because the Cowboys told everyone who would listen that Romo was their guy.
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Tony Romo Named Backup QB
When you out manage the eventual world champion manager, expect to be rewarded. On Friday, the Cleveland Indians exercised the 2019 and 2020 clubs options on the contract for Terry Francona .
On Tuesday, some local baseball pilgrims celebrated the most meaningful walk of Ted Williams’ career. Not among the 2,021 listed on the late Hall of Famer’s impressive statistical resumé, it instead was a 1941 walk that, on the eve of his greatest accomplishment, Williams took through Philadelphia’s crowded streets.
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The night in Philly before Ted Williams hit .406
FOR PHILLIES third base coach Juan Samuel, there is one way for big-leaguers to do things: the right way. There’s a right way to run bases, a right way to anticipate a flyball in the outfield, a right way to focus when you play infield.
The Phillies’ current 25-man roster contains as many players from Venezuela (6) as from the California, Texas and Florida teams combined. In all, there are 12 Phillies of Hispanic descent, including the team’s leaders in batting average, home runs, RBIs, stolen bases, wins and ERA.
Hispanic players are propelling the Phillies
SAN DIEGO – Cole Hamels never doubted he would return to the postseason. Stay healthy, the former Phillies ace said, and the opportunity could arise. He just did not expect it so soon with the Texas Rangers last season, mere months after the Phillies traded him.
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Cole Hamels misses days when Phillies were winners