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Dylan Bundy is ineffective against Toronto, which wins at home after losing a 7-2 lead.
Stephen Strasburg struggles in return, then gets into a heated exchange in dugout with Max Scherzer after failing to make it out of the fifth inning of 8-5 loss.
Strasburg will start Friday night, but Zimmerman won't. Matt Adams gets the nod instead.
NBA Twitter had a blast with the news of Lance Stephenson, Rajon Rondo, JaVale McGee the Ball family and LeBron James's newest teammate.
The Ravens have missed the playoffs three years in a row, and Flacco knows only winning will remove the pressure brought on by the team's Heisman Trophy-winning rookie QB.
Those at even or better after two rounds include the famous (Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson), the less so (co-leader Kevin Kisner), a Xander and a Zander.
Bills linebacker Lorenzo Alexander, a member of the union's executive committee, says: “We need to sit down and talk. That’s probably how it should have started out in the first place."
The demonstrations were reportedly included on an official list of actions considered “conduct detrimental to the club,” but “all options” regarding specific punishments were said to be “on the table.”
Players, Coach John Harbaugh say they are glad that NFL and players' association is discussing the new policy, but their focus is on training camp.
Let’s not excuse this incident. Let’s learn from what it shows us about the origins of hate.
Some analysts lauded Fedora's “caution” for not embracing “incomplete science” on the issue.
Commissioner Rob Manfred faces age-old challenge, with huge long-term stakes.
The team's new deal with Paisano's was made before embattled Papa John's founder John Schnatter admitted this month to using the n-word during a conference call.
‘We used to be worried about drinking’: Video games are players’ newest distraction away from practice and competition.
Racers, officials are pleading with fans to cool it with the selfies and flares.
Rob Gronkowski, Travis Kelce and Zach Ertz are the clear-cut best options, making the hunt for later-round values very important.
The 28-year-old earned his first Pro Bowl nod in 2017 after catching 80 of 108 targets for 690 yards and four touchdowns.
"If I don’t say anything racism will just continue to grow," Adama Diomande wrote.
Becky Hammon, Nancy Lieberman and Stephanie Ready know a thing or two about coaching men’s sports.