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May

31
Mitchell scores 29 points, Jazz beat Grizzlies for 2-1 lead

Donovan Mitchell says he’s working his way back to his All-Star level. To the rest of the Utah Jazz, he looks just like himself. Mitchell scored 10 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter and the top-seeded Utah Jazz beat the Memphis Grizzlies 121-111 on Saturday night to take a 2-1 lead in the first-round playoff series. “Donovan was Donovan down the stretch,” Jazz guard Mike Conley said. This was the second match back for Mitchell, who missed the final 16 games of the regular season and the first game in this series with a sprained right ankle. He was a bit more stoic […]

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May

28
Manoah dominates to win debut, Blue Jays split DH with Yanks

A poised and confident Alek Manoah dominated the Yankees with six innings of two-hit ball to win his major league debut, and the Toronto Blue Jays defeated New York 2-0 on Thursday in a doubleheader opener. New York rebounded to win the second game 5-3 behind Aaron Judge’s tying, two-run homer in the third inning off Robbie Ray and Gary Sánchez’s go-ahead solo drive in the fourth. Marcus Semien and Bo Bichette hit back-to-back homers in the third inning off Domingo Germán (4-3) in the makeup of Wednesday night’s rainout. Bichette provided a 3-1 lead in the second match with a three-run homer, but New York beat Toronto for […]

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May

27
Do Live Dealer Casinos Cheat at Blackjack?

Live dealer blackjack has become one of the most popular ways to play this game. It lets you to enjoy brick and mortar-style blackjack from the comforts of your own home. Assuming you can’t make it to a land-based casino, then live blackjack is the next best thing. However, it can also raise concerns about the dealer cheating. The concept of blackjack dealers cheating is not new. In fact, one live dealer studio was actually caught ripping players off! You don’t typically need to worry about blackjack dealers cheating in live dealer or land-based casinos. After all, many gaming establishments […]

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May

26
Rays’ 11-game win streak ends, fall to Keller, Royals 2-1

The Tampa Bay Rays’ 11-game winning streak came to an end Tuesday night when Brad Keller pitched seven strong innings and Salvador Perez hit a tiebreaking RBI single to give the Kansas City Royals a 2-1 triumph. Rich Hill struck out a career-high 13 for the Rays. Tampa Bay’s winning string was the second-longest in club history, one shy of the record set in 2004 by the then-Devil Rays managed by Lou Piniella. “We had a great run,”Hill said. “We’ll start another one tomorrow.” Tampa Bay center fielder Kevin Kiermaier called the stretch “incredible.” “I think we were all waiting for, not necessarily an 11-game win streak, but to kind […]

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May

25
Other Than Medina Spirit, Oaks, Derby Day Horses Clear

While the racing world awaits split sample testing and results for Medina Spirit , all of the other horses tested from this year’s Kentucky Oaks and Derby day cards at Churchill Downs have passed preliminary testing. According to experts, the fact that all other horses passed their post-race test reduces the likelihood that contamination factored in the post-race finding of would-be Kentucky Derby Presented by Woodford Reserve (G1) winner Medina Spirit. That triumph is in question, pending testing of the split sample, as trainer Bob Baffert revealed May 9 that Medina Spirit tested positive for the corticosteroid betamethasone in the initial post-race test. Based on […]

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May

24
Gerrit Cole gives New York Yankees best starters’ stretch since 1932

Gerrit Cole shook off rare control problems to pitch four-hit ball over seven innings and give the Yankees their most dominant stretch of starting pitching in 89 years, leading New York over the Chicago White Sox 7-0 Saturday for a five-game winning streak. Cole (6-2) allowed four singles in seven innings, struck out seven and walked as many as three for the first time since Aug. 31. Rebounding from his worst outing this campaign, he lowered his ERA to 1.81 and ended the day with a 100.8 mph fastball that Andrew Vaughn took for a called third strike, Cole’s fastest pitch this season and the fourth fastest of […]

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May

21
New York Mets’ Jacob deGrom strikes out eight in three shutout innings in rehab start

If Jacob deGrom was rusty, he seemed able to shake it off pretty fast. DeGrom, the New York Mets’ ace and two-time National League Cy Young Award winner, struck out eight and walked none over three shutout innings Thursday during a rehab start for the St. Lucie Mets, New York’s low Class A affiliate. He threw 41 pitches, 30 for strikes, and whiffed the last six batters he faced on just 25 pitches. According to Statcast data, deGrom threw 25 four-seam fastballs, averaging 94.5 mph and topping out at 101.9. He mixed in 15 sliders and a single changeup. Looking for the best […]

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May

20
Bitcoin gambling trends for 2021

Online gambling and casino platforms are reputed as the earliest adopters of new technology, cryptocurrencies being among the new phenomena. Many gambling platforms continue using cryptocurrency transactions for years; however, we expect to indulge ourselves with more focus on blockchain-tech going forth. Punters gambling in online casinos are finding pleasure gambling using virtual currency thanks to the speed and security that comes with the same. Crypto payouts are increasingly becoming instantaneous, letting players to make withdrawals and receive their winnings immediately after the game ends. Crypto payments in gambling websites Blockchain allows anonymous and secure transactions. However, this level of […]

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May

19
Los Angeles Angels’ Mike Trout likely out 6-8 weeks with Grade 2 calf strain

Mike Trout lifted his head to watch a routine fly ball in Monday’s first inning, then put his head down to jog to the dugout while the final out was recorded. At that point, Trout said, “I thought I got hit by a line drive.” Upon reaching third base, he knew something wasn’t right. As he retreated into the clubhouse, he feared that he might have ruptured his Achilles tendon. The prognosis wasn’t that bad, but it was sobering nonetheless. Trout, the Los Angeles Angels’ star center fielder and arguably the game’s best all-around player, has a Grade 2 strain of his […]

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May

18
Bob Baffert, Medina Spirit suspended from Belmont Stakes: ‘In the best interests’ of horse racing

The New York Racing Association stated on Monday that it’s suspending trainer Bob Baffert from entering or stalling any horses at its tracks. That means Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit won’t be permitted to run at the Belmont Stakes, the third leg of thoroughbred racing’s Triple Crown. The NYRA announced its decision as Derby host Churchill Downs awaits the results of a second drug test after Medina Spirit tested positive for banned steroid betamethasone. Baffert originally denied that he used betamethasone improperly on Medina Spirit, blaming “cancel culture” and floating a theory that the horse ate hay tainted by human urine instead. Baffert admitted days […]

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