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July

31
Dodgers’ Joe Kelly suspended 8 games by MLB for incident with Astros

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Joe Kelly was suspended for eight games by Major League Baseball on Wednesday, a day after throwing a fastball near the head of Houston’s Alex Bregman and mockingly taunting Astros star Carlos Correa. Benches cleared after Kelly’s movements during the sixth inning of Los Angeles’ 5-2 victory at Minute Maid Park. The game marked the first time the teams had met since it was revealed Houston stole signs en route to a 2017 World Series title that came at the Dodgers’ expense. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts was suspended one game and Astros manager Dusty Baker was fined an unrevealed amount. Baker said he was […]

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July

30
Everything You Know About Slots Could Be Wrong

To catch all the gambling experts talk you should never play any slot machine game because the theoretical return to player is so low compared to table games like blackjack and roulette. Is that really true? Slot machine game designers have been altering their systems and methods for decades. The games are more random than they used to be. But game design has been studied and debated on the Internet for nearly 30 years. And going back before that there were several popular books that explained how slot machine games worked. Players have had their eyes opened for a long […]

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July

29
Maximum Security wins at Del Mar in first start for new trainer Bob Baffert

Maximum Security won the $150,000 San Diego Handicap by a nose after a photo finish at Del Mar on Saturday, his first start in five months for new trainer Bob Baffert. Under new rider Abel Cedillo, Maximum Security caught pacesetter Midcourt at the top of the stretch and outlasted him to the wire. “That was crazy,” Baffert said. “He won today when he had every reason to get beat. He showed what a great horse he is. He’s such a fighter. I’m glad we got this over with and now he’s in good shape.” Maximum Security ran 1 1/16 miles […]

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July

28
New York Jets trade Jamal Adams to Seattle Seahawks

One of the Seahawks’ goals heading into 2020 was to improve a defense that didn’t live up to expectations last campaign, and on Saturday they made a big move to improve on that side of the ball, acquiring All-Pro and Pro-Bowl safety Jamal Adams in a trade with the New York Jets, pending physicals. To obtain one of the game’s top defensive players, the Seahawks are sending to the Jets first and third-round picks in next year’s draft, a first-rounder in 2022, and safety Bradley McDougald. The Jets are sending a 2022 fourth-round pick to Seattle in addition to Adams, […]

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July

27
Jose Urena one of four Marlins players to test positive

Before starting their series rubber match with the Phillies and traveling back home to host the Orioles, multiple Marlins players reportedly tested positive for coronavirus. According to Sports Grid’s Craig Mish, at least four players tested positive for COVID-19. One of those players is starting pitcher Jose Urena, per MLB Network’s Jon Heyman, while one of the position players is reportedly first baseman Garrett Cooper. Urena was booked to start versus Philadelphia Sunday but was scratched a few hours before game time. Jon Heyman reported that Urena “feels fine,” while details regarding the names of the remaining two position players to test positive unclear. […]

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July

24
Red Sox shut down Eduardo Rodriguez for ‘complications’

Boston Red sox starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez has been shut down by the team after experiencing complications in his recovery from COVID-19. The 27-year-old southpaw was slated to step in as Boston’s ace for the upcoming season. Following the latest setback, Rodriguez will now be sidelined for the opening of Boston’s regular-season calendar and will likely need to be eased back in when he is cleared. Just a day before the Red Sox start their 2020 season, the team suffered another blow to its rotation. Rodriguez, who tested positive for the coronavirus earlier this month, underwent medical testing when doctors discovered a […]

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July

23
Tips for your first time poker tournament

You’re a recreational poker player, playing in basements and kitchens. You show up for the occasional tournament at the Elks or Kiwanis. Maybe you’re still in school and play there. But casinos and other public poker rooms — they intimidate you. You’d like to go, if only because you have friends who go and you’d like to join them. But you’re afraid of embarrassing yourself. Following these tips will allow you to feel comfortable sitting down for the first time. Don’t worry about looking inexperienced Everyone has to start some time. There’s no disgrace in being new. The good players […]

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July

22
Ny Traffic takes advantage of extended Kentucky Derby trail

Ny Traffic has taken full advantage of the extended Road to the 2020 Kentucky Derby, even without winning a Derby prep. The Cross Traffic colt ended a hard-charging second Saturday in the Grade 1 Haskell Stakes. Down 2 1/2 lengths to winner Authentic coming into the Monmouth Park stretch, he surged late and finished second by a nose. Authentic barely denied Ny Traffic a graded stakes breakthrough, as well as the 100 Kentucky Derby points and Breeders’ Cup Classic “Win and You’re In” berth the Haskell offered. “I was sure I got him – 100 percent,” Ny Traffic jockey Paco Lopez said […]

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July

21
Orioles put Dwight Smith Jr. on IL; John Means Iffy for Opening Day start

The Baltimore Orioles placed outfielder Dwight Smith Jr. on the 10-day injured list Monday, and manager Brandon Hyde isn’t sure if left-hander John Means will be able to start the opener at Boston on Friday night. Smith recently returned to the team after testing positive for COVID-19 and still needs time to get into baseball shape. Hyde said the Orioles have the option of activating Smith “at any time” and that he could still be on the opening day roster. But at this point, Smith is still trying to work his way back. “He just hasn’t participated in a full-squad workout,” Hyde said. Means developed a […]

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July

20
Figueiredo submits Benavidez in first to claim belt

In a rematch of their controversial fight earlier this 12 months, Figueiredo knocked down Joseph Benavidez 3 times after which choked him out at 4:48 of the first spherical in the principle occasion of Sunday’s UFC Fight Night in Abu Dhabi. With the victory, Figueiredo claimed the vacant UFC flyweight championship. Figueiredo clipped Benavidez with a proper hand in the opening seconds, then tried to cinch in a rear-naked choke on the bottom. Benavidez valiantly fought it off and obtained to his toes. But he couldn’t do {that a} second time. Figueiredo blasted him with a whipping proper hand in the ultimate minute of the […]

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