Month: December 2017

A longtime MLB evaluator recently detailed all the time he has spent watching Shohei Ohtani. The days hanging out in Japan’s northern province, where Ohtani plays. The in-flight movie choices across the Pacific. The hours observing Ohtani’s pregame and in-game work. The evaluator believes he has a good feel for the player and explained why
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Border batsman Marco Marais earned himself a slice of cricketing history at East London last week, by crashing his way to the fastest first-class triple-century, for Border against Eastern Province. “I don’t think anyone actually thinks they are going to get 300,” Marais told The Daily Dispatch after making an unbeaten 300 off 191 balls.
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GOLD COAST — A frustrating season finally behind him, Adam Scott says he will enjoy switching off before finding a way to fix his ball-striking woes. Scott missed the cut for the first time in Australia since 2010 after a string of missed putts and wayward tee shots to finish his second round on Friday.
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ATLANTA — LeBron James came into Thursday’s game against the Atlanta Hawks touting the Cleveland Cavaliers‘ play by quoting the inimitable Will Ferrell. “We’re going streaking,” said James, wearing a big grin, in a video posted to his Uninterrupted multimedia platform on Wednesday. “You know, in my best Will Ferrell voice. ‘Old School,’ one of
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Washington State football coach Mike Leach has met with Tennessee regarding the school’s head-coaching vacancy, a source confirmed to ESPN’s Edward Aschoff. The meeting took place with Tennessee athletic director John Currie in Los Angeles on Thursday, a source told The Associated Press. The source spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because neither
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