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No Action for Yankees at this Year's Trade Deadline

There was a lot of speculation about what the Yankees would do at the trade deadline this year. With the large amount of pitchers available, many expected the Yankees to make a move. 430 more words

A Ballad Of Punishment By Kenny-Dowall And The Fifitas

Shaun Kenny-Dowall has missed the last two games for the Roosters after first being served with an AVO against his ex-girlfriend, before being hit with 10 charges- “six of common assault, one of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, one of stalking or intimidation, one of reckless indifference to property and one of menacing or offending using a mobile phone.” With the Integrity Unit, The NRL have found themselves wanting to get into the same punishment business that has caused the NFL so much trouble over the past 2 years. 1,916 more words

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With 6 out of the Yankees' 10 top prospects according to MLB.com now with the Rail Riders, this first wave of talent is ready to make an impact at the big league level over the next few months.

Scranton Wilkes-Barre games are almost as fun to watch as the real thing these days, with 4 of New York’s top 5 prospects and 10 from the top 30 playing for the Rail Riders. 372 more words

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Greg Bird to Honour Current Gold Coast Contract

Greg Bird will honour his current contract with the Gold Coast Titans which currently has 2 years remaining.

“First I was going to Parramatta with Ricky (Stuart), now I’m going to Canberra with Ricky, then I’m going to Cronulla, going to Manly, going to Newcastle. 24 more words

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Greg Bird Set to Leave Gold Coast

Greg Bird is set to be the next star to leave the Gold Coast Titans and is currently on the radar of the Canberra Raiders. 41 more words

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Update From Yankee Land

The Yankees have found their winning ways again.  They have won 7 of their last 10 games including a sweep at home of the Royals and a sweep in Seattle.  1,337 more words

Bird Returns, Bichette Demoted

The Trenton Thunder activated first baseman Greg Bird on Thursday night prior to the start of their series finale with the Binghamton Mets. Bird was placed in Manager Al Pedrique’s starting line-up in the third spot in the order while serving as the teams DH. 116 more words

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