Month: May 2022

4:31 PM ET Right-hander Matt Harvey has been suspended 60 games for distributing a “drug of abuse” under Major League Baseball’s drug program, the league announced Tuesday. Harvey, who is currently with the Baltimore Orioles at the team’s extended spring training facility, said in February he provided oxycodone to late Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler
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12:21 AM BST Eddie Jones is brushing aside all talk of his England tourists earning another, record-extending clean sweep over the Wallabies. The Tasmanian coach, who orchestrated England’s first 3-0 whitewash of Australia on the tour down in 2016, could push his extraordinary record to 11 wins and no losses against the Wallabies in the
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12:51 AM ET Associated Press LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kentucky horse racing stewards have suspended Brad Cox, trainer of 2021 Kentucky Derby winner Mandaloun, for 10 days with a $500 fine and have disqualified colt Warrior’s Charge for a failed postrace drug test after the Stephen Foster Stakes last June at Churchill Downs. The test found
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7:00 AM ET ESPN staff The first round of the 2022 Stanley Cup playoffs was a doozy, including five series going to Game 7 — and two of those Game 7’s going to overtime. Now we’re onto the second round, which features four superb matchups: Florida Panthers vs. Tampa Bay Lightning, Carolina Hurricanes vs. New
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7:00 AM ET Alden Gonzalez Close ESPN Staff Writer ESPN baseball reporter. Covered the L.A. Rams for ESPN from 2016 to 2018 and the L.A. Angels for MLB.com from 2012 to 2016. Joon Lee Close ESPN Previously a Staff Writer at Bleacher ReportCornell University graduate More than a month into the 2022 Major League Baseball
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May 16, 2022 UFC lightweight Islam Makhachev wants to face Charles Oliveira for the vacant title in October, and believes he will beat the Brazilian at his own game of submission grappling. Makhachev (22-1) is expected to fight Oct. 22 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, located in a predominantly Muslim region where he is
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7:47 PM ET Manel Kape is free to compete at UFC 275 following an atypical drug-test finding last month. But he will not yet be licensed by the Nevada State Athletic Commission. The NSAC ruled Tuesday at a hearing during its monthly meeting that Kape must undergo six more months of drug testing before being
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4:35 PM ET CINCINNATI — The Cincinnati Bengals started the current phase of offseason workouts with knowledge they didn’t have last spring. This time a year ago, the last-place team in the AFC North was trying to find its way back into playoff contention. By the end of the season, the Bengals were a possession
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3:09 PM ET Associated Press Former Chicago Bears running back Tarik Cohen, now a free agent, apparently suffered an injury during a training session being livestreamed on his Instagram account. The hard-luck player, released in March by the Bears because of past injuries, grabbed the back of his leg after going down during the workout
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2:48 PM ET Associated Press GENEVA — Second-ranked Daniil Medvedev lost his comeback match Tuesday after a six-week injury layoff, beaten 6-2, 7-6 (5) by Richard Gasquet in the second round at the Geneva Open. Medvedev, who underwent hernia surgery last month, cautioned Sunday he was often a slow starter on clay courts. So it
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3:42 PM ET Mike CoppingerESPN Floyd Mayweather’s latest stop on his post-retirement exhibition tour has been rescheduled. The event with Don Moore will take place Saturday on a helipad in Dubai, “Money” Mayweather announced via Instagram on Tuesday. The event was postponed one week after the death of UAE president Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al
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