6:43 PM ET Fernando Tatis Jr.’s father backed up his son’s claim that he violated Major League Baseball’s drug policy because of a steroid that was contained within a ringworm medication and called it “a catastrophe” that the San Diego Padres superstar’s reputation has been tarnished because of it. Fernando Tatis Sr., who played in
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9:15 AM ET Training camps begin to open in four weeks. After an entertaining start to free agency in July, the marketplace has cooled. Teams settled in on rosters, and everyone adjourned to their summer homes. Only those execs left some unanswered questions behind. We’re here to pick up the slack. While this next month
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4:03 PM ET LAKE FOREST, Ill. — The standoff between the Chicago Bears and linebacker Roquan Smith over contract negotiations took another turn Monday when the NFL management council sent a memo to all 32 teams stating that a non-NFLPA-certified agent has been contacting clubs on behalf of the 2018 first-round pick. According to a
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7:02 AM ET The size of the Ukraine flag that a fan had draped around her during a match at the Cincinnati Open on Monday was the reason she was asked to remove it from the grounds, tournament officials told Reuters on Tuesday. During a qualifying match between Russian players Anna Kalinskaya and Anastasia Potapova
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Netherlands vs Pakistan 1st ODI Live: Fakhar Zaman departed after scoring 109 runs.© AFP Netherlands vs Pakistan, 1st ODI Live Score Updates: Netherlands are in control of the proceedings against Pakistan in the ongoing first ODI in Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam. Pakistan lost four quick wickets after Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam had put on a strong partnership
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Contributed A bike designer who helped Great Britain win gold at the 1992 Olympics has died. Mike Burrows, from Thorpe St Andrew, Norfolk, was best known for designing what became the Lotus Type 108 bike, ridden by Chris Boardman at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona. The married father-of-one died on Monday, aged 79. Boardman,
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6:06 PM ET The Los Angeles Dodgers‘ faint hopes of having Walker Buehler in their postseason rotation ended Monday, when it was announced that their ace pitcher would require season-ending elbow surgery. The Dodgers were vague in their description of Buehler’s injury because an initial MRI did not provide enough clarity, a source with knowledge
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9:56 PM ET NORMAN, Okla. — First-year Oklahoma coach Brent Venables said Monday that he’s been proud of his team’s resolve and focus following longtime assistant coach Cale Gundy’s sudden resignation last week and the way the players have so quickly bought into the new staff’s vision. “All things considered, they’ve handled everything great and
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