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Bears claim Roberto Aguayo off waivers

14-8-2017 6:07 AM | yardbarker | 0 similar news

Just one day after he was waived by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers following another disastrous performance, kicker Roberto Aguayo has reportedly been claimed by the Chicago Bears. Yeah, an erratic kicker setting up shop at Soldier Field in a city defined by its wind is going to work out swimmingly. (read more)


Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jon Lester was removed in the second inning of Thursday’s game against the Cincinnati Reds with an apparent injury. In a flip of the old phrase, this added injury to insult for Lester. (read more)

Welcome to this week's edition of Three Up, Three Down — your weekly catch-up of the three best highlights (and lowlights) from around the league. We're here for all of the cheers and the jeers, because it's baseball. (read more)

Kris Bryant and wife Jessica paid a visit this week to the Adult Down Syndrome Center at Advocate Hospital in Park Ridge, Ill., where they surprised a group of patients. (read more)

The Chicago Cubs haven’t had an easy go of it this season after winning the World Series last year. However, Joe Maddon and Co. (read more)

The St. Louis Cardinals organization are among those behind the “thousands of inquiries” that have been made to a St. (read more)

Giancarlo Stanton may have very little chance at surpassing Barry Bonds’ single-season record of 73 home runs, but the Miami Marlins star is eyeing a number that is certainly attainable and he believes is more legitimate.That number is 61. (read more)

The Los Angeles Dodgers entered the ninth inning trailing 4-3 against the Chicago White Sox Wednesday night, but that was not enough to keep them from winning their MLB-best 85th game of the year. Yasiel Puig played the role of hero, and he capped it off with a very bold prediction. (read more)

Every baseball team needs a star — someone who can pace the team either offensively or defensively — or perhaps both. On the pitching side, a star can be the ace of a staff or the stopper in the bullpen. (read more)

Joe Maddon is usually cool, calm and collected, and tends to keep a level head during most games. But at the same time, he’s a players’ manager, and he’ll stick up for his guys if he feels they’re being screwed over. (read more)

Boston Red Sox fan Jordan Leandre sent some really funny tweets after his botched ceremonial first pitch prior to Wednesday’s Red Sox-Cardinals game went viral.Leandre, a Ewing’s sarcoma survivor who sang the national anthem and ran the bases around Fenway Park as a kid, threw out the first pitch while surrounded by the 1967 Red Sox. (read more)

The Steinbrenner family isn’t exactly known mincing words. New York Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner showed that off on Wednesday. (read more)

Aaron Judge doesn’t simply hit home runs. He pounds the baseballs into oblivion. (read more)

Throughout his life, Jordan Leandre has provided many heartwarming moments at Fenway Park. On Wednesday, with the Boston Red Sox were honoring the 50th anniversary of their 1967 American League pennant winning team, Leandre provided a funny moment. (read more)

Michelle Wie will make her fifth consecutive appearance in the Solheim Cup this week at Des Moines Golf & Country Club in Iowa. As patriotic as they come when it comes to such events, Wie is going all-out touting a style befitting a role on Team USA. (read more)

Paulina Gretzky and Dustin Johnson are doing their best to enjoy the final weeks of summer, and judging by these photos, they’re doing it right.The two hit up The Bahamas, and are still currently there. (read more)

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