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Fresh off having one of the more disappointing starting rotations in baseball last year, the Baltimore Orioles didn’t do much to change this group in 2017. Instead, they were hoping their young hurlers would take another step forward to lead the unit as a whole.
This Isn’t The Kind of Performance Kevin Gausman Had in Mind
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.
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Episode 16 of Blue Jays Mic, which means another casual, nerve-wracking play-by-play of our Toronto Blue Jays. If you’re new to the podcast, my goal is to help you relive the 9th inning from a fan’s perspective and sleep better. Enjoy the ballgame: The 9th inning is over, and now it’s the bottom of the 13th.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN – APRIL 21: Eddie Rosario #20 of the Minnesota Twins celebrates as he crosses home plate after hitting a three-run home run against the Detroit Tigers during the sixth inning of the game on April 21, 2017 at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images) The Moment: It was 3-0 in the favor of Detroit as late as the 6th inning. After some unfortunate walks and some lazy bloops and bleeders, the Twins tied the game up
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Twins 6, Tigers 3- Twins explode, but that’s a good thing
Phil Jackson is spectacularly disastrous as a GM. I hope he remains in control of the Knicks for a decade.
The reeling Orlando Magic might look to the top of the Eastern Conference for help soon. Cleveland Cavaliers general manager David Griffin is a free agent this summer, though conventional wisdom says he isn’t leaving such a great gig now. Don’t tell that to the Magic
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Magic might try to swipe GM David Griffin from Cavaliers
The NBA’s Eastern Conference might have a major shakeup soon. The Toronto Raptors have been a major staple of the conference for years thanks to stars such as Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan, a team capable of at least giving the Cleveland Cavaliers a run for their money over a seven-game series. But the overarching theme around the Raptors isn’t hard to see—their stars are terrible in the playoffs.
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Raptors Round 1 exit could mean huge changes