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MLB Hopes to Start the 2020 Season in Late June

Baseball fans may now have some reason for optimism. It was announced on Tuesday that Major League Baseball has a prospective plan in place to begin spring training by late June. According to an article by USA Today, the expectation for the MLB is to start the season by July …

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Jordan Love hopes to be called in first round of NFL Draft

He’s not receiving the attention of Tua Tagovailoa and Joe Burrow, but Utah State gunslinger Jordan Love has the tools to be a quality quarterback in the NFL. During his collegiate career, Love threw for 8,600 yards, 60 passing touchdowns and 29 interceptions. He was most productive during his sophomore …

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Life without Tom Brady for the Patriots

Twenty seasons. Six Super Bowl Rings. Four Super Bowl MVPs. That’s what the New England Patriots have accomplished with future hall of fame quarterback Tom Brady under center. Now, with Brady a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Patriots find themselves in a spot they haven’t been in since …

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NBA Players Facing Hurdles During Leave of Absence

The NBA season isn’t likely to get started again until mid May at the earliest. With all of that downtime, how do players stay in shape? With team facilities closed, players are coping as best they can NBA players are staying in shape and keeping in touch with trainers and …

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MLB’s Opening Day won’t occur until summer due to Coronavirus

As the sports world sits dormant because of the coronavirus pandemic, baseball will be without activity for the foreseeable future. MLB’s Opening Day Won’t Happen Until This Summer Statement from Major League Baseball: pic.twitter.com/E5xPfMGOc0 — MLB (@MLB) March 16, 2020 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention made the announcement …

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Mullen hopes to reap portal benefits moving forward

Florida coach Dan Mullen spoke to the media on Monday afternoon to preview spring football that starts on March 16. Some of the topics that were discussed included the quarterback battle, depth and transfer portal impact. Since Mullen landed in Gainesville, he has continued to take advantage of the transfer …

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Tomlin Defends Rudolph in Response to Garrett’s Interview

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin publicly supported his quarterback on Monday. The fallout from the Mason Rudolph and Myles Garrett brawl during the Steelers-Browns game in November has continued into February. On Saturday morning, Myles Garrett was interviewed by Outside the Lines, and he made some eye-opening accusations against …

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Betts now a Dodger after six seasons with Red Sox

The Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Red Sox made a blockbuster trade earlier in February that sent shockwaves throughout the MLB landscape. On Feb. 4, reports started coming out that right fielder and former MVP Mookie Betts was traded from Boston to LA. https://twitter.com/SportsNetLA/status/1227027065259487233 On Sunday, the trade was confirmed …

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