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Jerry Seinfeld can’t let go of his big issue with Mets booth
What’s the deal with “final strike” calls? Jerry Seinfeld wants to know after he was evidently watching the Mets on Thursday night and once again picked a bone with Gary Cohen about the SNY broadcaster saying the Nationals were down to their last strike. “Gary, you are the best,” Seinfeld tweeted. “But, it is not...
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Jaguars-Dolphins fantasy football takeaways: James Robinson, Myles Gaskin
The Week 3 installation of “Thursday Night Football” was a blowout Dolphins win over the Jaguars in a Florida showdown. Entering the game as field goal-underdogs, Ryan Fitzpatrick’s squad scored early and often and quickly piled on a three-score lead against Gardner Minshew II and company. Undrafted rookie free agent James Robinson scored twice for...
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Listen to Episode 37 of ‘Gang’s All Here’: Is Sam Darnold to Blame? feat. Joe Namath
Through two weeks, the Jets have looked like the worst team in the NFL. The scores don’t really indicate just how atrocious they played, especially on the offensive end. Things will need to change beginning Sunday against the Colts, but with injuries everywhere, it could very well be an 0-3 start for Gang Green. We...
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How projected pick Alexis Lafreniere is handling his Rangers wait
There’s an endearing modesty about Alexis Lafreniere, the projected No. 1 pick in the upcoming 2020 NHL Draft. As the coronavirus pandemic wreaked havoc on the NHL’s schedule, forcing the league to complete the 2019-20 season in a bubble setting and postpone the draft until October, Lafreniere has had to wait even longer for the...
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David Peterson stymies Nationals to keep Mets’ playoff hopes alive
WASHINGTON — David Peterson’s season is concluding just as it has reached a zenith. The rookie pitcher didn’t even possess a roster spot when summer camp began, but became an integral piece of the Mets’ rotation out of necessity. Now the Mets have to love the potential gem they have unearthed. Thursday night Peterson kept...
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Meaningless, misleading talk is invading sports broadcasts
Ah, to sleep, perchance to miss it all. During the first half of Sunday’s Niners-Jets game, a large graphic appeared to promote the halftime show that would include, “Steelers Host Winless Broncos.” Winless Broncos? The Broncos were 0-1. Half the NFL’s teams were winless! No matter, play-by-play man Brandon Gaudin dutifully parroted the “winless” graphic...
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Pac-12 votes to play 2020 football season
The Pac-12 is joining the rest of the Power Five for fall football. A week after the Big Ten reversed course on postponing the 2020 season because of the coronavirus, the Pac-12 is following suit, according to multiple reports, with a formal announcement expected later Thursday night. The conference is reportedly set to begin a...
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La’Mical Perine ready for more work with injury woes behind him
La’Mical Perine practiced fully Thursday for the first time this season, just in time to take on more responsibility Sunday against the Colts. The Jets rookie running back made his NFL debut last Sunday against the 49ers with three carries for 17 yards and could be in line for more snaps this weekend in Indianapolis,...
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Giants’ eyes on Jason Garrett, Evan Engram with Saquon Barkley out
Whoa, Joe Judge threw down the gauntlet at the feet of Jason Garrett, didn’t he? “Jason has to put some ways to get Evan out there and get him the ball,’’ Judge said Wednesday after the news broke that, in addition to losing Saquon Barkley for the season, Sterling Shepard will miss at least three...
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Yankees giving Clarke Schmidt audition for MLB playoffs start
Clarke Schmidt is being lined up to start the Yankees’ season finale and that could be an audition for him being part of the postseason roster if the Yanks advance beyond the first round. Schmidt would start Sunday against the Marlins. If that goes well, the Yankees would think about adding him to the roster...
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UAB vs. South Alabama line, prediction: QB injury will be the difference
Redshirt freshman Bryson Lucero takes over for injured Blazers quarterback Tyler Johnston III.
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Steven Stamkos’ short-lived Stanley Cup return meant everything to Lightning
The highly anticipated return of captain Steven Stamkos was so close to being something out of a fairytale for the Tampa Bay Lightning. It had been 211 days since Stamkos last played in a game. After undergoing surgery on March 2 to repair a core muscle injury, which had an initial recovery timeline of six-to-eight...
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Craig Carton reveals he nearly killed himself: ‘Don’t do it!’
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Bruce Arians ridicules Buccaneers: ‘We haven’t done s–t’
Bruce Arians isn’t impressed. The Buccaneers head coach was asked Wednesday about the team not “letting their guard down” against the depleted Denver Broncos on Sunday. Arians quickly dismissed the idea, expressing what he really thinks about Tampa Bay’s 1-1 record. “I don’t think we can let our guard down. We haven’t done s–t,” he...
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Yankees retired numbers and the baseball legends who wore them
No team in professional sports boasts the glorious history of the Yankees, winners of 27 World Series championships over the past century. Some might argue that having 21 retired numbers honoring 22 players and managers to don the pinstripes is excessive, but doesn’t it make sense that the organization with the most titles would have...
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NHL bubbles made players feel ‘like an animal’
The NHL’s bubble plan is nearing its conclusion with the Stanley Cup Final between the Dallas Stars and Tampa Bay Lightning playing Game 3 Wednesday night in Edmonton, and players are starting to reveal what it was like behind-the-scenes. ESPN spoke with several anonymous players on what life was really like inside the Toronto and...
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Cody Bellinger’s model girlfriend shares snap of Dodgers star in bed
Chase Carter is giving fans a close-up encounter of the Cody Bellinger kind.
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Lakers’ loss had LeBron James literally banging his head against the wall
LeBron James was unable to hide his frustrations after the Los Angeles Lakers took their first loss of the Western Conference Finals against the Nuggets Tuesday night. The Lakers, who won the first two games of the series, couldn’t complete a fourth-quarter comeback as the Nuggets finished the job to bring the series to 2-1....
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