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Focusing again on MMA training, Greg Hardy realizes NFL window is nearly closed

Friday’s extended podcast interview with agent Drew Rosenhaus included questions about one of his more notorious clients: Former NFL pass rusher Greg Hardy. Last seen on a football field participating in the Spring League, Hardy (according to Rosenhaus) decided not to participate in the Spring League Showcase held over the weekend in California, focusing instead…

After tuning up his swing, Chris Taylor's hitting on all cylinders for Dodgers

Where others might have seen rejection, Chris Taylor saw an opening when the door closed on his hope of starting the season with the Dodgers. Despite being sent to Oklahoma City after his sizzling spring training, he recognized that going to triple-A would offer more time and less pressure as he...

Houston Texans training camp: Three questions facing the team

The NFL season is inching closer. Through July, Shutdown Corner will examine three big questions for each NFL team as it heads to training camp. HOUSTON TEXANS Report date: July 25 Where: White Sulphur Springs, W.V. 1. Who is the Week...Show More Summary

Cowboys LB Damien Wilson arrested for assault with a deadly weapon

The one thing NFL coaches and front-office types fear during the extended offseason layoff between the end of spring camps and the beginning of training camp is a late-night phone call about one of their players. The Dallas Cowboys have gotten that call. Show More Summary

Dodgers' Justin Turner joins All-Star team as fan favorite in final vote

2 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Justin Turner did not have a team three years ago, the same year he turned 30. The Dodgers found him unemployed at a Cal State Fullerton alumni game and invited him to spring training to compete for a utility job. Today, he is an All-Star. Turner won the “Final Vote” contest for the last spot on...

March Madness Continues in April

The first quarter of 2017 has certainly been a busy month here in the Phoenix area. With spring training and the Final Four to solid economic growth via more new job announcements, things have been hopping. Of course, we also saw a nice increase in home sales here in the valley, which is great for us […] Originally posted on Phoenix Real Estate Guy. Show More Summary

Chugging back to life: Nepal revamps colonial-era rail link

JANAKPUR, Nepal (Reuters) - Shrubs spring up around a rusted train engine in southeast Nepal, with carriages propped up on bricks and tall grass growing over abandoned wheels, offering mute testimony to years of neglect suffered by an abandoned railway line.

Will Aaron Judge win the Triple Crown and more betting odds

last monthNews : NY Daily News

The Yankees placed their bets on Aaron Judge as their starting right fielder out of spring training.

NFL rule to keep Solomon Thomas off practice field until camp

It appears the NFL rule keeping rookies off the field until their colleges end their spring final exams will prevent Solomon Thomas from practicing until training camp. The No. 3 overall pick from Stanford was expected to participate during their mandatory minicamp Wednesday in the 49ers’ final practice before training camp. But Stanford, which is…

Joey Votto is probably going to owe his teammate a donkey soon

Hey, here’s a real ass of a story: During spring training, Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto promised a new donkey to (...)

Here’s How Hard it Was to Buy Supreme in the ’00s

On the day Supreme’s Spring/Summer 2010 collection was due to release, I got up that Saturday around 7, had a shower, ate some breakfast, and then ran out to catch the train up to London. Green Park is one stop away from London Victoria on the underground, so I probably got to Dover Street Market […]

Tanaka only question mark for Yankees team that can win it all

last monthNews : NY Daily News

After all that heady talk about the future in spring training, they can go to the Series now.

Despite Mike Trout's injury, Angels players appear all-in on head-first slides

Cameron Maybin wanted to please his new employer, so when the Angels suggested during spring training that he slide feet-first on stolen-base attempts in an effort to avoid injury, he complied. “I tried it twice,” said Maybin, who suffered a torn ligament in his left thumb on a head-first slide...

Albert Pujols’ coronation to exclusive 600 club a rarity baseball won’t see again for years

Take a close look at the rookie. Those were Mike Easler’s marching orders at the start of spring training, 2001. It was an assignment he’d never forget. The Cardinals hitting coach had heard only bits and pieces about the 20-year-old towering inside a nearby batting cage. Drafted in the 13th round, the rookie played just […]

Late-game decision, and one misplayed pop fly, lead Angels to a 4-2 loss against the Twins

The Angels appear to have struck gold with Bud Norris this year. They handed him a measly invitation to spring training in January. The longtime starter won a spot in their bullpen, quickly ascended into a vacant closer’s role, and succeeded. On Thursday night at Angel Stadium, manager Mike Scioscia...

Vanessa Hudgens Joins So You Think You Can Dance as a Judge

Vanessa Hudgens is hopping on the hot tamale train. The actress, known for such classics as High School Musical and Spring Breakers, is officially joining the judging panel on So You...

The 30-Day Baseball Card Challenge - Day 18

"A card of a player who became manager of your favorite team." 1993 Upper Deck Mike Scioscia #688 - this card is sort of unique because presumably the image used was from a spring training game, yet Scioscia didn't make the San Diego Padres' Opening Day roster in 1993. Show More Summary

Sir Mo Farah proves doubters wrong at Prefontaine Classic

Eugene—Sir Mo Farah had been reading and hearing about his impending demise all spring. Even on the trails and back roads around Flagstaff, Farah’s springtime training site, word kept getting back to him that several of his younger rivals were publicly predicting that the 34-year-old four-time Olympic, five-time World champion was ready to be knocked […]

BART seeks help identifying alleged groper

BART police are seeking the public’s help in the search for a man believed to have groped a woman on a Warm Springs bound train this week, the agency said Friday. The assailant, estimated to be about 5 feet 8 inches tall and in his early...Show More Summary

CA: San Rafael Ups its Parking for SMART Commuters

By the time the SMART trains roll later this spring, San Rafael will have added more 10-hour parking meters at the downtown train station, new signs directing commuters to a nearby long-term parking lot and additional street parking spaces at the Marin Ci

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