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Pedro Martinez is not surprised by the season the Yankees' Luis Severino is having, and he will not be surprised if the young pitcher has an even better one next year (read more)


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Both the American and National League have clear contenders for their respective Cy Young Awards this season, but the outcome of each race is still murky as we head into the final weeks of the season. There’s a lot to consider in the races for both leagues. (read more)

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If you’re not cheering for a contending team, this can be a frustrating time of the MLB season. Other teams are getting ready for the playoffs, while you’re looking ahead to the winter, figuring out if your team can make the right additions to contend next year. (read more)

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A young girl who was hit by a Todd Frazier foul ball during Wednesday’s New York Yankees-Minnesota Twins game is said to be doing okay. Frazier was batting in the bottom of the fifth inning and ripped a 94-mph fastball into foul territory along the third base line. (read more)

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Ezekiel Elliott has been criticized for the way he handled himself during a blowout loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 2, and someone who is probably more familiar with losing than any player in NFL history has some advice for the Dallas Cowboys star. Joe Thomas, who has never missed a game with the Cleveland Browns in his 10-plus seasons with the team, told Mike Florio of PFT Live Wednesday that (read more)

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Good stories in the sports world are becoming more and more difficult to come across. Thankfully, the Portland Timbers have filled that hole in our lives. (read more)

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Unless you are a Dallas Cowboys fan, chances are fairly high that you dislike them. Winning three titles in a four-year span and calling yourself “America’s Team” will engender that. (read more)

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Throughout the years, whenever Eli Manning has been asked about his durability as a quarterback, he's pointed to a very underrated skill. For most of his career, which is now at 201 consecutive regular-season starts, he's been able to avoid big hits. (read more)

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Former Los Angeles Dodgers star Raul Mondesi has been sentenced to prison for corruption while serving as a mayor in the Dominican Republic. Mondesi was elected mayor of his hometown, San Cristobal, in 2010 for a six-year term. (read more)

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TAMPA — Coach Dirk Koetter spent a lot of time before this year's draft evaluating RB Dalvin Cook. At one time, the Florida State star and former teammate of QB Jameis Winston was considered the player the Bucs most likely would draft 19th overall. (read more)

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