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NASCAR Cup Series at Bristol Motor Speedway Startup Division

8:52 ET Bob Pockrass NASCAR Close • NASCAR Author of ESPN.com • 2009, 2013 NMPA Writer of the Year • More than 25 years of experience covering motorsport BRISTOL, Tenn. – Busch's brothers will renew their sibling rivalry when the green flag drops to Food City 500. Kyle Busch begins at the pole on the Bristol Motor Speedway. Kurt Busch …

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Stanley Cup playoffs 2018: Nazem Kadri suspended 3 games for illegal hits

Toronto Maple Leaf's center Nazem Kadri was suspended for three matches for Boston Bruins forward Tommy Wingels during game 1 in his first-round Stanley Cup playoff series. Kadri was cast out for his hit along the boards half way through the third period of Toronto's 5-1 loss to Boston on Thursday night and reigned for Wingels who beat Kadri's teammate …

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Maple Leaf's Nazem Kadri suspended for three matches

UPDATED: Nazem Kadri is suspended for three matches. The first thing George Parros mentioned when he took over as manager of gaming security in September is that he would come down harder on what he thought was non-hockey violations. Coming hard here at Kadri. https://t.co/TJP1QRIiAl – Pierre LeBrun (@PierreVLeBrun) April 13, 2018 Video Editor emphasizes Player Safety's conviction that Nazem …

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Sanchez, Tucker leads Braves to 4-0 victory over Darvish, Cubs

CHICAGO (AP) Yu Darvish's first home start with the Chicago Cubs went nothing like his previous trip to Wrigley Field. Instead of dominating in a playoff win, he struck out in an early season loss. Anibal Sanchez struck three-ball ball over six innings, Preston Tucker supported him with a three-run homer and Atlanta Brave's spoiled Darvish home debut with a …

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New York Mets catcher Kevin Plawecki on DL with broken hand

NEW YORK – Mets prisoners can not help taking a break. Or a tear. Captivator Kevin Plawecki will be sidelined for three to four weeks with a broken left hand and went to the disability list Friday as New York announced Travis's Arnaud will have a seasonal Tommy John operation. 19659002] With the injuries of their top two detainees, M's …

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Dez Bryant's release signals a new era for Dallas Cowboys

Cutting Dez Bryant is the kind of move that Dallas Cowboys rarely have done under the owner Jerry Jones. The team has said goodbye to many franchise legends over the years, but they usually came a year or two late. Football has been Jones's family business and his loyalty for the last 29 years, with a significant new trend toward …

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Charlotte Hornet's fire Steve Clifford. What's next?

Here are important thoughts on Friday's firing of Charlotte Hornet's coach Steve Clifford, who spent five seasons with the team: No tough feelings New boss Mitch Kupchak made Clifford a favor by letting him go now with a season remain on his contract. Being a lama-duck coach may be miserable, as John Fox experienced with the Carolina Panthers 2010. If …

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