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Red Sox chooses High School Power Hitter Triston Casas with first pick

Red Sox went with youth and power with his first two picks of the draft 2018 last night, twice because of the college's slugging perspective. Triston Casas, an 18 year old third baseman from the American Heritage High School in Plantation, Fla., Was Sox's first pick. Given that he has power against the opposite field similar to Andrew Benintendi, it …

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Quote protest, President Trump has disinvited eagles to the White House

Updated: 11 pm The eagles do not come to the White House after all. They have become disinvited. Less than 24 hours before the Super Bowl masters sat to visit the White House for a glorious photo opportunity, President Donald Trump has canceled his invitation with the following statement: "Philadelphia Eagles Can not Get To The White House With Its …

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2018 Stanley Cup Final – Why Washington Capitals Have This In Its Grasp, Unless Vegas Golden Knights Have Miracle Comeback

12:03 ET Emily Kaplan Greg Wyshynski Washington Capitals Game 4 victory gave them a leading 3-1 lead in the Stanley Cup final over the Vegas Golden Knights. Evgeny Kuznetsov could not help hearing the echoing chants from the crowd: "We want the cup!" "We know their energy. I do not want to lie. Sometimes you feel when people cheer you, …

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Atlanta Braves choose promising Florida High School pitcher in the first round, OF second in the second half | sports

Atlanta Braves used his first round of Major League Baseball Draft picking Monday night at the Florida High School pitcher Carter Stewart. Atlanta took 6-foot-6, 200 pound right-handed corps at No. 8 in total. Stewart played at the Eau Gallie High School, where he was known for his plus-curve ball and touched 98 mph this season at the radar gun. …

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First round select Tigers choose Casey Mize with No. 1 pick

Chestnut Casey Mize went undrafted out of high school three years ago. (Photo: Butch Dill, AP) Detroit Tigers was chosen right-handed, Casey Mize, a junior from Auburn, with the first overall picking in the Major League Baseball draft on Monday. Unmatched from high school, Mize quickly rose to star form and became highly sought after and dominated the southeastern conference …

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Dwight Clark, former 49er wide recipient, died at 61

Dwight Clark, the charismatic 49ers receiver whose fingertips launched an NFL dynasty, died Monday at the age of 61. Known now and forever for "The Catch," Clark formed a public battle against amyotrophic lateral sclerosis during the last 14 months of his life. Clark's wife, Kelly, announced the news via Twitter. "I'm heartbroken to say I lost my best friend …

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