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Women's Final Four preview – why each team could win in Tampa

UConn has reached Women's Final Four 20 times in total, including the last 12 years in a row. Notre Dame makes her ninth trip; Baylor is fourth. And then it's the beginner, Oregon. The second is in the national semi-finals for the women's NCAA tournament for the first time, but no one doubts them. On the contrary, everyone has been …

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Real or not – Red Sox's cautious strategy costs them

The big news from the Red Sox nation on Monday was the official announcement of Xander Bogaert's six-year, $ 120 million surcharge that should keep him in Boston by at least 2025 (though it is an opt-out after the 2022 season). The bad news from the Red Sox nation was another Boston starter who had a less than stellar outing, …

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Nats offer to Harper came in envelopes

When Washington citizens made their first offer this fall to keep Bryce Harper, they did so in a unique way, according to a Washington Post report. In the midst of a rain delay during the citizens' final home game in the 2018 season, Harper – who had been ovulating in each of his four balls in the September 26 game …

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Giannis begins, Middleton is in victory over the net

11:14 ET Tim Bontemps ESPN BROOKLYN, NY – Milwaukee Bucks went to Monday's 131-121 victory over Brooklyn Nets with a skeleton crew they tried to secure both the best seed in the Eastern Conference and home-court advantage through the NBA playoffs. It was a skeleton crew, including potential NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo, who scored 28 points and pulled 11 rebounds …

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Félix Hernández solid as Mariners top Angels 6-3

(AP) SEATTLE (AP) – Félix Hernández waited until the seventh game in the regular season to finally take the garden and it felt strange to Seattle's former ace. It may have given little Mariners 6, Angels 3: Box score "It's been tough," Hernández said. "But got my debut for 2019. Should go ahead." Hernández allowed a prize and entered the …

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Matterly urges MLB to investigate calls from loss

Miami Marlin's manager Don Mattingly has called on MLB to watch several calls by the judges in Monday's 7-3 loss for the visiting New York Mets. He was particularly upset that the shooter Sam Holbrook ruled Juan Lagares was hit by a two-strike height while attempting to bundle, which led to Matt's ninth innings rally. "I'm not going to complain …

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Power is not the only advantage of Pete Alonso's hot Mets bat

MIAMI – A break and a bomb from the big child made the difference for Mets on Monday night. Pete Alonso hit a three-run home run to the right in the four-round ninth inning that Mets hit Marlins, 7-3 in spacious Marlins Park. Alonso beat it 444 feet, his first big league home run, capping an excellent first week in …

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Brewers rally in the ninth again, defeat Reds 4-3

WP: Alex Wilson (1-0) LP: Raisel Iglesias (0-1) SV: Josh Hader (3) HR: None Box Score The Brewers started out quick tonight, but had to win late. In the first, the brewers started out quick, with Lorenzo Cain drawing a four-pitch walk. After Ryan Yelich struck out, Ryan Braun's double to put two runners on base with one out. Travis …

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Pete Alonso meets first career home run

MIAMI – Pete Alonso hit his first career inhibitor during the decisive four-round ninth inning that Mets beat Marlins, 7-3, on Monday night at Marlins Park. Alonso, ranked by MLB Pipeline as Mets best perspective (50th overall), jumped on a first point, 95.5 mph fastball from Drew MIAMI – Pete Alonso hit his first career inhibitor during the crucial four-run …

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