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Stanton Hits 5th Homer with Yankees

After Monday’s 14-1 win over the Minnesota Twins, it’s safe to say the New York Yankees are off to an inconsistent start. One of those runs was scored by recent acquisition, 28-year-old Giancarlo Stanton. 115.6 mph off bat on that homer from Giancarlo Stanton. Monster. #Yankees pic.twitter.com/9A8OdLFozM — Max Wildstein …

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Rays Win, Marlins Lose in MLB Week 2

MLB is underway, and both Tampa Bay and Miami have room for improvement sitting at spot No. 23 and No. 30 in the week 2 power rankings. Rays Snap 4-game Lose Streak The Rays(4-12) are off to a good start in their series against the Texas Rangers(6-12) after being swept …

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New Orleans Pelicans Earn Spot to 2018 Playoffs

The New Orleans Pelicans are headed back to the playoffs for the first time since 2015 after clinching one of the eight seeds in Monday’s 113-100 win over the Clippers in Los Angeles. It was their fourth consecutive win, bringing their season record to 47-34. The Recap New Orleans shot …

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Villanova Takes Second NCAA Title in Three Years

It’s been a good year for Philadelphia. The Villanova Wildcats have found themselves in a reigning position again since 2016’s buzzer-beat win over North Carolina, picking up their third national title overall and ending their season with a 36-4 record. Hey Jay, how many titles you got? ✌️#LetsMarchNova#NationalChampionship pic.twitter.com/R6eNvBRhQW — …

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Eagles DE Michael Bennett Turns Himself in on Felony Charge

Michael Bennett turned himself into Texas police on Monday for a felony charge of injury to the elderly. A Harris County grand jury indicted he Philadelphia Eagles newly-acquired defensive end Friday. The incident allegedly occurred at Super Bowl 51 at the NRG Stadium in Houston, where Bennett was watching his brother …

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Heat Inch Closer to Playoffs with 2OT Defeat over Nuggets

It’s been a season of close games for the Miami Heat, and Monday’s double overtime win against the Denver Nuggets was no exception. Recap The Heat were without Dwayne Wade, who was missing his fourth consecutive game with a mild left hamstring strain. Hassan Whiteside also didn’t play, missing his …

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Mizzou Women’s Basketball on the Road To Start NCAA Tournament

The Missouri Tigers women’s basketball team are back in the NCAA Tournament for the third season straight. They set a goal early on in their 2017 season to host the first two rounds of the NCAA tourney at Mizzou Arena, something that only the top 16 seed teams in the …

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Warriors On the Road

The Golden State Warriors are on the road coming off of a three-win streak that saw them beat the Clippers, the Thunder and the Knicks after the All-Star break. They’re now 47-14 and 1st in the Pacific Division. The Warriors’ offensive rating is currently first in the league, but the …

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Gator Football to Start Spring Training

Gator Football is back. Well, at least its trying to be. The Florida Gators football team released their 2018 spring practice schedule which will feature nine early enrollees. The Gators will be back in Florida’s Indoor Practice Facility with new coach Dan Mullen on March 16. The first two practices(March …

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February 13 Winter Olympics Update

The 2018 Winter Olympics are in full swing in PyeongChang, South Korea. Norway currently leads the medal count with 11, followed by the Netherlands, Germany, Canada and the United States. Chloe Kim Makes History Chloe Kim became the youngest woman to win an Olympic snowboarding gold medal on Tuesday morning …

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