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@ByJamesWagner
James Wagner
11 hours ago
Between the Astros and Red Sox, there are eight players and coaches born in Puerto Rico in this ALCS. It not only means a lot to them, but their families, friends and fans. “It’s a huge moment of pride for back home in Puerto Rico."
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Nick Rolovich, Washington State’s football coach and the state’s highest-paid employee, was fired for not complying with the state’s vaccine mandate.
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4 hours ago
“You get congratulatory messages from family, but especially for Kiké and Christian and Arroyo and Alex,” said Eddie Romero, an assistant general manager for the Red Sox. “They are so proud of their own being on this stage.”
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@kurtstreeter
Kurt Streeter
12 hours ago
“With the Kraken’s inaugural season tantalizingly close, the calculus became simple: could the Angry Beaver remain open long enough to benefit from the windfall of customers and interest that the team would create?” Sports of the Times. By: me.#kraken #nhl
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NYT Sports
7 hours ago
After a big race, professional athletes and amateurs often face the same challenge: how to react when the run doesn’t go according to plan A, B or C.
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9 hours ago
“He hoped we had a chance, a big chance, to come back — and we did it for him,” said second baseman Ozzie Albies, who helped Atlanta rally to win a weak National League East. “He did a phenomenal job getting those guys for us and kept the team rolling.”
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@RorySmith
Rory Smith
19 hours ago
“What is a club? It’s the noise, the passion, the feeling of belonging.” Saudi Arabia has bought all of that, as the ovation for Yasir Al-Rumayyan showed. From a deeply strange day in Newcastle.
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10 hours ago
The Lakers were a smoldering mess by the start of the playoffs last season. But with an improved Golden State and the new-look Lakers, the NBA's Western Conference this season could be unpredictable — and fun.
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11 hours ago
“My arm was dead,” said starter Max Scherzer, who was making his third appearance in seven days and fourth in 12 days. “I could tell when I was warming up that it was still tired.”
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13 hours ago
“We have a manager, bench coaches involved, first base coaches,” said Eddie Romero, an assistant general manager with the Red Sox. “It shows that it goes beyond the playing field and that these guys are talented enough to succeed in other areas.”
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13 hours ago
Kennon McArthur had Garrett Whitlock working for him at a baseball academy in 2020, only to watch the Yankees farmhand get scooped up by Boston in the Rule 5 draft. “It was pretty funny,” McArthur said. “Getting picked up by *the* rival.”
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14 hours ago
With exceptions, predictability has been one of the NBA Western Conference’s hallmarks. But good luck trying to figure out what will happen this season.
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14 hours ago
The Giants lost by 27. At least it was a scorigami.
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15 hours ago
As @TylerKepner writes, Alex Anthopoulos takes the same approach to team-building as his players do at the plate and on the bases. He is aggressive, and when he knows what he wants, he does not waste time.
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15 hours ago
“You’ve got to give credit to them boys over there,” Mookie Betts said. “They’re playing really well. We’re not. We can’t call it a letdown. We’ve got to hit, man. That’s all it really is.”
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