Month: June 2018

Mike Glennon still feels like he’s living the dream

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At this point last year, Mike Glennon was in the first months of a three-year, $45 million contract and preparing to open the season as the Bears starting quarterback. It remains to be seen if Glennon will be on the 53-man roster in Arizona, although Bradford’s injury history likely works in his favor as the…

Cardinals Sign Safety Travell Dixon

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Safety Travell Dixon, who signed with the Cardinals Monday, played for the Panthers in 2016. In need of an extra defensive back, the Cardinals went back to someone Steve Wilks knows. The Cardinals signed safety Travell Dixon Monday, after Dixon had spent time in both 2016 and 2017 with the Carolina Panthers when Wilks was…

Denzel Ward gains trust of veterans and DC Williams

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Cleveland Browns rookie cornerback Denzel Ward hasn’t taken long to make an impact. The fourth-overall pick of the 2018 NFL Draft rose on the early depth chart, and defensive coordinator Gregg Williams pointed out last week on the team’s last day of minicamp that Ward’s veteran teammates played a role. When a veteran comes to…

Nationals’ Juan Soto hits home run in second career at-bat

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Recalling Juan Soto in May wouldn’t have been in the Nationals’ plans to start the season, but it paid off Monday. The Nationals promoted 19-year-old Soto to their roster Sunday, when he received his first MLB at bat. Monday, he recorded his first hit: an opposite-field home run on the first pitch he saw. Soto’s…

Saints trying out a receiver who once ran a 4.22 40

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The Saints are reasonably deep at wide receiver. But speed is something you can never have too much of. So they’re giving a look to a guy who once ran a 4.22-second 40-yard dash, just in case. According to Christopher Dabe of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints have brought former track standout Kevin Snead…

MLB Draft 2018: Matthew Liberatore is as sure a thing as a high-school pitcher can be

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As the 2018 MLB Draft quickly approaches, it’s time to take an in-depth look at some of the top prospects in this year’s class. Next up is Matthew Liberatore, a left-handed pitcher from Mountain Ridge (Ariz.) High School, who could potentially be the first high school player taken in June. What is there…

Giants’ Saquon Barkley on being called out by Damon Harrison: ‘His nickname is Snacks for a reason’

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Giants Pro Bowl nose tackle Damon ‘Snacks’ Harrison threw down the gauntlet Tuesday, vowing to hit [ Saquon Barkley ‘s] ass and see what he is made of, during training camp, and Barkley couldn’t help but laugh at his teammate’s challenge. My response to that is, Barkley said following Wednesday’s practice at the Quest Diagnostics Training…

Subway Series will provide great entertainment

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This is a story of two teams who have lasted a combined 171 years in New York City. One team may have a longer history, and more of a penchant for winning, but the city of New York and its surrounding areas have much love and respect for each of them. For the 22nd consecutive…

Eric Hosmer’s 2-run homer to center field pads San Diego’s lead over Miami in the 6th inning.

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Braves: LHP Sean Newcomb (7-1, 1.52) has won seven of the last eight games he’s started. In his last outing against the Padres, he allowed no runs and just three hits in six innings. Dodgers: RHP Ross Stripling (4-1, 1.52) has been fantastic, especially over his last four starts all wins. During that stretch,…

Bassitt makes his first big league appearance since undergoing Tommy John surgery in 2016 when he faces Danny Duffy (2-6) in the third game of the series.

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Royals: RF Jorge Soler left the game in the second inning after fouling a ball off his left foot. He finished his at-bat and struck out before being replaced in the field by Abraham Almonte. Soler is day to day with a bruised left big toe. I’ve seen some home runs in my life, Lucroy…

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