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The Rookie Record Breaker

Jacoby Brissett hiked the ball and ran back reaching the football towards his running back LaGarrette Blount. At the last second, Brissett pulled in the football and took off in the other direction. 616 more words

Looking back on Papi's career

By James Payne – 1851 Staff

In 1997, David Ortiz made his Major League Baseball (MLB) debut with the Minnesota Twins where he would spend five seasons. 685 more words

Ryan Fitzgerald

Column: Line Drives -- Mind is set on a mini

“Run when you can, walk if you have to, crawl if you must; just never give up.” – Dean Karnazes.

Seven months ago, I struggled to run a mile. 768 more words


What if Ali’s voice had been in full vocal harmony?

By Leland Stein III

(Some excerpts are from my column published in the Los Angeles Sentinel Newspaper – December 30, 1999 – and were written from the Boxing Hall of Fame event in Canastota, NY and are included in this narrative.) 1,902 more words

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You're outta here!

A column following the 40th season of the Toronto Blue Jays.

By Daniel McKenzie

Being an umpire in the major leagues must be so much fun. 894 more words

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The bat flip brawl

A column following the 40th season of the Toronto Blue Jays.

By Daniel McKenzie

He didn’t necessarily deserve it, but he still had it coming. And it wasn’t just about a bat flip. 731 more words

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What’s the rush? Leafs should let Marner soak up final year in OHL

Lots to lose, nothing to gain from rushing potential hometown hero

By Daniel McKenzie

If I’m Lou Lamoriello, here’s my message to Mitch Marner: Work hard all summer, be the best teenage hockey player in the world outside of the NHL next season, and we’ll see you in a Toronto Maple Leafs uniform in 2017. 693 more words

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