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Bills Cornerback Vontae Davis Retires From Football Halfway Through Game

Lots of people have given serious consideration to quitting their job halfway through a workday—Vontae Davis actually did it. The Buffalo Bills cornerback came to the sudden realization that his time was up Sunday during halftime, when the Bills traile…

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Major League Baseball May Expand to Two More Cities

Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said Tuesday that he supports the expansion of the league to two more cities, according to a Thursday report from Deadspin. “I hope I’m around long enough to see us expand,” Manfred told FS1, before listing cities that he thinks “are not only interested

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MLB: Josh Hader Must Take Sensitivity Training After Racist, Homophobic Tweets

Representatives from Major League Baseball announced Wednesday that Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Josh Hader must attend sensitivity training after a series of his racist and homophobic tweets surfaced during Tuesday night’s All-Star Game. Many of his tweets, posted between 2011 and 2012, involved use

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Bryce Harper Wins Home-Run Derby in Epic Comeback

The Nationals’ Bryce Harper slammed out a dramatic victory in baseball’s Home Run Derby in front of a euphoric hometown crowd in Washington, D.C. Monday night. Philadelphia’s Rhys Hoskins kicked off proceedings with 17 dingers as the first batter, making him look like the man to beat in the

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NFL and MLB to Participate in NYC Pride March for the First Time

The National Football League and Major League Baseball will march for the very first time in New York City’s Pride March on June 24, Outsports reports. The website’s Cyd Zeigler writes that the MLB float will feature around 200 employees, including out former MLB umpire Dale Scott and gay MLB

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NFL and MLB to Participate in NYC Pride March for the First Time

The National Football League and Major League Baseball will march for the very first time in New York City’s Pride March on June 24, Outsports reports. The website’s Cyd Zeigler writes that the MLB float will feature around 200 employees, including out former MLB umpire Dale Scott and gay MLB

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Knicks Fire Coach Jeff Hornacek After Two 50-Loss Seasons

Jeff Hornacek has been fired as New York Knicks coach, ending his reign after two consecutive 50-loss seasons. ESPN reported Knicks President Steve Mills and General Manager Scott Perry informed Hornacek of his firing early Thursday morning when he ret…

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How the NBA Finally Learned to Start Taking Mental Health Seriously

In a little more than a month, a sea change has taken place in the NBA—and it all started with an unexpected and innocuous tweet. On February 17, DeMar DeRozan, the Toronto Raptors All-Star guard, took to Twitter and wrote, “This depression get the bes…

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How the NBA Finally Learned to Start Taking Mental Health Seriously

In a little more than a month, a sea change has taken place in the NBA—and it all started with an unexpected and innocuous tweet. On February 17, DeMar DeRozan, the Toronto Raptors All-Star guard, took to Twitter and wrote, “This depression get the bes…

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The Baseball Establishment Shafts Marvin Miller Again

Every major league baseball player should take a knee to protest the exclusion of Marvin Miller, who freed players from indentured servitude, from the Hall of Fame. Earlier this month, the Hall’s Modern Baseball Era Committee rejected Miller—the first executive director of the Major League Baseball

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Yankees to Acquire MVP Stanton From the Marlins

The New York Yankees are set to acquire 2017 National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton from the Miami Marlins, according to multiple news reports. A source cited by ESPN on Saturday said Yankees infielder Starlin Castro would join the Marlins as part of th…

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Rafael Palmeiro, 53, Has ‘No Doubt’ He’ll Make MLB Comeback

Rafael Palmeiro has “no doubt” that he will make a Major League Baseball comeback 12 years after retiring amid a suspension for alleged steroid use. According to ESPN, the 53-year-old former star slugger contends to this day that he never used banned s…

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NBA’s Golden State Warriors Spied On Fans Via Smartphone App, Lawsuit Alleges

The Golden State Warriors are facing a tough showdown—not on the basketball court, but in a U.S. district court, where a judge has ordered the team to trial over its smartphone app, which allegedly recorded fans’ conversations. The Warriors’ app bills itself as a way for fans to keep track of

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Red Sox Hall of Fame Second Baseman Bobby Doerr Dead at 99

Boston Red Sox Hall-of-Fame second baseman Bobby Doerr died Monday at age 99, the team announced. Dubbed the team’s “Silent Captain” by longtime friend and teammate Ted Williams, Doerr was the oldest living Major Leaguer at the time of his passing. “Bobby Doerr was part of an era of baseball giants

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Report: Jerry Jones and Bob Kraft to Turn Over Email Records for Kaepernick Collusion Case

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Houston Texans owner Bob McNair are reportedly among the NFL team owners who will have to turn over cell-phone and email records as part of free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s collusion case against the league. ESPN&

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Los Angeles Dodgers v. Houston Astros: How To Watch Game 6 of 2017 World Series

This year’s World Series has been a rollercoaster of emotions. Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros fans alike have had their fair share of gut-wrenching moments. Last night’s Game 6 was no different. Entering the evening 3–2, Houston thought they could swiftly end the series and take home

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