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Kallet: Durability Issues Have Plagued Matz's Short Mets Career

By Brad Kallet
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Here we go again.

That was the thought that went through my head on Sunday when it was announced that Mets left-hander Steven Matz would miss his next scheduled spring start with tenderness in his left elbow. 825 more words


Photos: When In L.A., Wizards Do Courtyard Yoga

WASHINGTON — Fresh off oa road win over the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Washington Wizards boarded a plane to Los Angeles wearing sweatsuits and casual apparel. 217 more words


Bruce Allen Sorta Opens Up About Scot McCloughan Divorce

WASHINGTON — Weeks after a simple statement from the team ended the Scot McCloughan era in Washington, Redskins team president Bruce Allen finally offered some insight into the decision during an interview with team broadcast partner… 380 more words


Allen: Redskins 'Haven't Talked to Anyone' About Cousins

WASHINGTON — With so much smoke (here, here, here, here, here, here and here) being blown around this NFL offseason about a Kirk Cousins trade, there had to be a fire, right? 413 more words


Bears CB Deiondre' Hall Arrested For Disorderly Conduct, Public Intoxication

By Chris Emma–

(CBS) Bears defensive back Deiondre’ Hall was arrested early Sunday morning in Cedars Fall, Iowa, and officially cited for public intoxication, disorderly conduct and interference, according to a police report. 173 more words


Champlin Park's McKinley Wright Named Mr. Basketball

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Champlin Park guard McKinley Wright had a whirlwind weekend, but it ended with getting a prestigious honor.

Wright was named the 2017 Mr. 149 more words


Twins Release OF Drew Stubbs

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Minnesota Twins announced Sunday that they have granted outfielder Drew Stubbs his unconditional release, making him a free agent.

The Twins also reassigned pitcher Drew Rucinski to minor league camp. 85 more words