Saturday, 19 Jan 2019

Hotbeds, two-sport stars and MLB bloodlines

Jun 2, 2018 With the MLB draft only two days away, we examine which college conferences and parts of the country are producing the most talent, football-baseball decisions and some names that might ring a bell. Hotbeds of talent Florida has a chance to add three more names to the SEC’s history of first-round picks […]

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Nats’ Hellickson leaves with injury in 1st inning

2:23 PM ET Washington Nationals right-hander Jeremy Hellickson left his start Sunday against the Atlanta Braves in the first inning because of an apparent hamstring injury. Hellickson leaped to catch a high toss from first baseman Mark Reynolds as he ran to cover first base on a grounder by Atlanta’s Ozzie Albies. After failing to […]

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Follow live: Final round of the Memorial Tournament

Bryson DeChambeau made a 12-foot putt for a birdie to beat Byeong Hun An in the second hole of the playoff to win The Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio, on Sunday. The playoff started with DeChambeau, An and Kyle Stanley, who all finished the fourth round at 15 under for the weekend. Stanley was eliminated […]

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Zimmer goes full Superman to rob XBH, run

MINNEAPOLIS — Spectacular catches have become a regular part of Bradley Zimmer‘s play in center field for the Indians. When he landed on the disabled list earlier this month, Cleveland’s defensive highlight reel was lacking in the dynamic dives department. Well, Zimmer is back and he dropped jaws again on Sunday afternoon. View Full Game […]

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Lasitskene, Haroun and Schippers shine in Hengelo

World leads were set by Maria Lasitskene and Jenny Simpson at the FBK Games, while world 200m champion Dafne Schippers delighted the local fans at the IAAF World Challenge meeting in Hengelo on Sunday (3). Lasitskene, the two-time world high jump champion indoors and outdoors, added a centimetre to her world-leading jump from the IAAF […]

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