Archives for February 2018

Pop-up hockey: How the NHL creates outdoor ice rinks for just one game – Washington Post

Pop-up hockey: How the NHL creates outdoor ice rinks for just one game
Washington Post
National Hockey League fans expect to bundle up when they go see their favorite team take the ice, but once in a while they may pack a raincoat, too. When the Washington Capitals take on the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday, the teams won’t skate in the

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Bradley working on changeup in spring – MLB.com

Bradley working on changeup in spring
MLB.com
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Archie Bradley is trying to change things up a little this year, literally. The D-backs right-hander is working on mixing a changeup into his repertoire as he competes with Brad Boxberger and Yoshihisa Hirano for the closer’s spot

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Pioneer Campanella left lasting impact on game – MLB.com

Pioneer Campanella left lasting impact on game
MLB.com
Over the course of February, which is Black History Month, MLB Network and MLB.com are looking back at some of the most prominent African-American players in MLB history. Today, we look back on the career of Hall of Famer Roy Campanella. Campanella’s
Dodgers’ Maeda shows new approach in debutMLB.com

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MLB Players Union Accuses Four Teams of Mishandling Revenue-Sharing Funds – Wall Street Journal

MLB Players Union Accuses Four Teams of Mishandling Revenue-Sharing Funds
Wall Street Journal
Revenue sharing redistributes a portion of revenue from large-market teams, like the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers, to small-market teams, like the Rays and Marlins. MLB released a statement saying that it had “received the complaint and
MLB players union files grievance against A’s, othersSan Francisco Examiner

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Rangers, Tim Lincecum have deal | MLB.com – MLB.com

Rangers, Tim Lincecum have deal | MLB.com
MLB.com
GLENDALE, Ariz. — The Rangers have agreed to a contract with free-agent pitcher Tim Lincecum, according to Major League sources. The deal is pending a physical and has not been confirmed by the club. Lincecum tried out for clubs earlier this month
MLB free agency rumors: Tim Lincecum signs with Texas Rangers, report saysNJ.com
MLB free agency rumors: Tim Lincecum to sign with RangersSporting News
MLB rumors: Tim Lincecum, Texas Rangers agree to deal, per reportLone Star Ball
MLB Daily DishESPNTwitterFanRag Sports
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Twins third baseman Miguel Sano talks to Major League Baseball investigators – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Twins third baseman Miguel Sano talks to Major League Baseball investigators
Minneapolis Star Tribune
FORT MYERS, FLA. – Miguel Sano was interviewed by investigators from Major League Baseball on Tuesday, a sign that the inquiry into an alleged assault on a female photographer in 2015 may be nearing a resolution. Sano, 24, missed the Twins’ workouts
Twins’ Miguel Sano reportedly spoke to MLB investigators regarding alleged assaultSporting News
Miguel Sano Reportedly Meets with MLB Investigators About Alleged AssaultBleacher Report
Report: MLB has interviewed Miguel Sano as part of its investigation1500 ESPN

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Power Rankings: Assessing the NHL's Trade Deadline Fallout – Sports Illustrated

Power Rankings: Assessing the NHL’s Trade Deadline Fallout
Sports Illustrated
The NHL trade deadline has passed, and this much is clear: the Lightning are going for it. So are the Bruins. And the Penguins. And the Sharks. And hell, so is Vegas. The contenders fall into three categories. There are the teams going for broke (Tampa
Eric Stephens’ NHL power rankings (Feb. 26, 2018)OCRegister
Lightning vs. Sabres: Projected lines, injuries, storylinesOfficial site of the Tampa Bay Lightning

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Contenders Deal High Draft Picks at NHL Trade Deadline – Sports Illustrated

Contenders Deal High Draft Picks at NHL Trade Deadline
Sports Illustrated
Red Wings general manager Ken Holland has suddenly come to appreciate how valuable first-round draft picks are when a team’s not in playoff contention at the NHL trade deadline. ”I’ve been on that on the other side,” Holland said, recalling Detroit’s

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Predicting the Fastest 40-Yard Dash Times for the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine – Bleacher Report

Predicting the Fastest 40-Yard Dash Times for the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine
Bleacher Report
After Chris Johnson broke the 40-yard dash record with a time of 4.24 seconds in 2008, we wondered at every ensuing scouting combine whether someone could best him. And every year the answer was an emphatic “nope!” as the record stood for nearly a
The top players to watch at the NFL scouting combineLos Angeles Times
NFL Mock Draft 2018: Eagles prioritize offense or defense? Full 7-round projection before NFL CombineNJ.com
NFL draft’s top QBs all face pressing questions at scouting combineUSA TODAY
Philly.comNew York PostAL.comThe News Tribune (blog)
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Danny Amendola doesn't want to leave New England – NBCSports.com

Danny Amendola doesn’t want to leave New England
NBCSports.com
Tight end Rob Gronkowski has yet to confirm his plans for the 2018 season, but another one of Tom Brady’s targets in the passing game has made his intentions clear. Wide receiver Danny Amendola had a speaking engagement at Bryant University on Tuesday
Danny Amendola on Future with Patriots: ‘I Don’t Want to Leave’Bleacher Report
Danny Amendola Addresses Free Agency, Chances Of Staying With PatriotsNESN.com
Wednesday’s Mashup: Danny Amendola speaks at Bryant University, says he doesn’t want to leave PatriotsWEEI.com (blog)
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