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Dozen MLB players have options turned down, go free

What figures to be a down and perhaps brutal market for baseball free agents in the offseason following the pandemic began Wednesday when a dozen players were told their contract options had been declined, among them St. Louis Cardinals Gold Glove second baseman Kolten Wong.The 30-year-old Wong will receive a $1 million buyout. Wong, a……

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Pac-12 embarks on short season with lots of new faces at QB

The so-called Conference of Quarterbacks has had some considerable turnover at the position heading into the season.Gone are some of the Pac-12’s big names: Oregon’s Justin Herbert, Washington State’s Anthony Gordon, Arizona’s Khalil Tate and Utah’s Tyler Huntley. Just five quarterbacks who started regularly for conference teams last season are back.Arguably the top returnee is……

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2021 Boston Marathon postponed at least until the fall

Boston Marathon organizers said Wednesday that the 2021 race won’t be run on Patriots Day because of the coronavirus pandemic, the second straight year that it has been moved from the April weekend that was its home for more than a century.About six months before the scheduled April 19 date, the Boston Athletic Association said……

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Michigan-Michigan State renew rivalry on Big Noon Saturday

The Race for the White House isn’t the only big game taking place in Michigan this weekend.No, Michigan and Michigan State always end up producing one of the most riveting moments of the college football season, uniting the Upper and Lower Peninsula in a one day festival of the sport.On Saturday, the battle for Michigan……

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Golf legend Jack Nicklaus endorses Trump

Jack Nicklaus, the legendary golfer, took to Twitter late Wednesday to endorse President Trump and urged Americans who have not made up their minds to give the incumbent another look.Nicklaus pointed out what some see as the president’s shortcomings and how he can be perceived at times, but he said he’s learned to “look past……

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