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Yankees’ BP a glimpse of fad Judge, Stanton will bring

TAMPA — Aaron Judge popped out of the cave first, and as he done his way toward the batting enclosure a fan nearby the margin yelled “All Rise,” shrill adequate to get a head-turn, a smile, and some confirmation from the Yankees slugger. “I hadn’t listened it in a while,” …

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Prokhorov subsidy lawsuit against Russian doping whistleblower

Nets owners and Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov is financially subsidy a lawsuit against Dr. Grigory Rodchenkov, the Russian doping whistleblower obliged for getting many of his country’s athletes banned from the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The lawsuit, which will start Tuesday in New York State Court, claims …

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SEE IT: Skier attempts 0 tricks in halfpipe Olympic qualifier

Not all Olympic athletes are the biggest in their field. Team Hungary skier Elizabeth Swaney finished in last place in gift for the women’s ski halfpipe final Monday after two elementary runs. The 33-year-old finished both of her runs but falling, but didn’t try any tricks. Swaney finished 40 points …

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Eagles promote WRs manager Mike Groh to descent coordinator

The Philadelphia Eagles have found their new descent coordinator. Wide receivers manager Mike Groh, son of former Jets conduct manager Al Groh, replaces Frank Reich as the team’s descent coordinator, according to ESPN. Running backs manager Duce Staley, who interviewed for the descent coordinator position, will sojourn as using backs …

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Rangers trade Nick Holden to Bruins as fire sale begins

The first domino has fallen. The rebuilding Rangers on Tuesday traded defenseman Nick Holden to the Bruins for defenseman Rob O’Gara and Boston’s third-round collect in the 2018 NHL draft. Nick Holden is the first Ranger to be dealt in the team’s expected rebuild. (John Russell/NHLI around Getty Images) O’Gara, …

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