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Texas Rangers Suffice to Handle Native Asdrubal Cabrera

The Ombudsman Asdrubal Cabrera and the Texas Rangers are agreed in a year, $ 3.5 million deal, pending a physical one, ESPN league sources say. Cabrera can play around the diamond and wear a useful role if necessary, but the Rangers plan is to play him on the third base, the sources said. The athletic first reported the news of …

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Chick-fil-A is closed at Super Bowl Sunday

Super Bowl LIII will be a Chick-File-A-Free deal. Some football fans may have hoped to enjoy a chicken pie from the chain as they watch the New England Patriots battle in Los Angeles Rams. After all, the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, has a Chick File A site. However, Chick-File-A will be closed on Super Bowl Sunday, just as it …

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Saints Terron Armstead, Max Unger also to sit out Pro Bowl

Four of the five New Orleans Saints players selected for the Pro Bowl will not play in the annual All-Star game Sunday (January 27) in Orlando, Florida. Left Handling Terron Armstead and Center Max Unger are replaced by two Chicago Bears players – left tackling Charles Leno and center Cody Whitehair, according to a release from Bears. Drew Brees and …

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Ticktum F1 superlicence bid thwarted by eligibility rule

The inaugural Asian Formula 3 Winter Series (AWS) was included on the FIA's list of series, published in December 2018, to which Formula 1 superlicence points would be assigned. Red Bull elected to place Ticktum – who has 35 of the 40 points required – into the AWS, which he has been contesting with Hitech GP. But reports emerged from …

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The One Hitter Mariano Rivera couldn't get out

Mariano Rivera made very good baseball players look very bad for a very long time. A total of 993 different Hitters recorded at least one bat on Rivera during his 19-year career with the New York Yankees. Nearly two-thirds of them added a .200 or worse to him, with almost half failed to record a single hit by Rivera and …

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The New York Yankees are a team without Sonny Gray

Sonny Gray's letter and disappointing stint with the Yankees has come to an end. Even though we knew this was coming, it's still not a good feeling now that the moment has arrived. I remember how excited we were when New York acquired the former Cy Young Award finalist at the 2017 trade deadline. We anxiously awaited the news while …

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