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Bringing back Yu Darvish would have allowed the Los Angeles Dodgers to keep together one of the most terrifying rotations in baseball for 2018 and beyond, but Darvish has instead signed with another National League contender. That makes Clayton Kershaw a tad nervous. (read more)


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Report: Red Sox to sign JD Martinez

20-2-2018 12:26 AM | yardbarker | similar news

After months of negotiations, the Red Sox have reportedly reached an agreement to sign slugger J.D. (read more)

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The Washington Redskins can technically prevent Kirk Cousins from hitting free agency if they use the franchise tag on him for a third consecutive season, but they do not have as much leverage over the quarterback as you may think.Ian Rapoport of NFL Network said Monday that the Redskins tagging Cousins again is “simply not going to happen. (read more)

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As we noted last week when we identified the clubs with open roster spots, NBA rules generally prohibit teams from carrying fewer than 14 players on their 15-man squads (not counting two-way players). However, teams are permitted to dip to 13 – or even 12 – in special circumstances, as long as they get back up to 14 within two weeks. (read more)

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J.D. Martinez signs with Red Sox

20-2-2018 12:35 AM | yardbarker | similar news

The Boston Red Sox are believed to have had the best offer on the table for J.D. (read more)

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The eight Champions League teams who have yet to square off in the Round of 16 have enjoyed a long break, which spanned roughly two months, but they’re set to get back to action this week when CL play resumes.  With elimination looming for half the competing teams, let’s take a closer look at who will advance to the quarterfinals. (read more)

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Major League Baseball announced on Monday that beginning in the 2018 season, teams will be limited to six non-pitching-change mound visits per nine-inning game. In extra-inning games, teams will receive one additional non-pitching-change mound visit per inning. (read more)

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It didn’t take Jeremy Lin, the only Chinese player currently in the NBA, long to weigh in about JJ Redick’s poor choice of words about the league’s New Year’s greeting.Chinese media company Tencent produced a video that featured a number of NBA players, including Lin, Spencer Dinwiddie and D’Angelo Russell, in which they provided unscripted takes in wishing fans a happy Chinese New Year. (read more)

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