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Red Sox Get Punished For Sign Stealing

If someone says nothing, is he or she technically lying? Judging by the way the MLB has dealt out punishment lately, it seems that league commissioner Rob Manfred would say no. The league finally punished Boston for their sign stealing involvement during the 2018 season. However, the punishment in most …

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Brady, Manning joining Woods, Mickelson on the golf course

While sports are cancelled, sports still help. Some time in May, Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning will face off against Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady in a two-on-two golf match. The match will be aired live on TNT, with all of the proceeds going toward COVID-19 relief efforts. ESPN’s Michael …

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Kirk Cousins willing to play without fans

To accomplish anything as a group, there has to be buy-in. There has to be a willingness to move forward with decisions made by leaders. Otherwise, it is a flop. With sports canceled as of now due to concerns of COVID-19, commissioners and owners of professional sports leagues getting creative. …

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Tiger’s sights set on Ryder Cup

Stay Fresh According to Tiger Woods‘ caddie Joe LaCava, that is what the 44-year-old golfer is trying to accomplish right now during this dead period. With the impacts the coronavirus will continue to have so uncertain, sports fans, athletes and those who put sporting events on are all unaware of …

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Jadeveon Clowney has dropped asking price

With no live sports currently on, NFL free agency continues to provide enough entertainment. As of Wednesday, defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, thought to be the top available guy at his position, has reduced his asking price for team to sign him. Before Wednesday, he was reportedly asking for around $20 …

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Pats now have uncertainty at Quarterback

It’s not a matter of like or dislike, it’s a matter of unknown. And for the Patriots, unknown at quarterback hasn’t been a term describing their quarterback room since Drew Bledsoe’s injury in 2001. Early in the 2001 season, New England played against in-division rival the New York Jets. Bledsoe …

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Yelich signs deal, happy to stay in Milwaukee

Freedom is not free, and neither is free agency. On Friday, Milwaukee Brewers’ right fielder Christian Yelich signed a seven-year contract extension with the team. The decision to commit to Milwaukee long-term comes following a trade last season that moved Yelich from the Miami Marlins to the Brewers. It appears …

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