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30
Luis Severino goes from Yankees to Mets with $13M deal

Right-hander Luis Severino and the New York Mets on Wednesday agreed to a one-year, $13 million contract, sources told ESPN, sending the longtime Yankee to a Mets team that plans to spend its winter upgrading a depleted rotation. Severino, 29, had spent all of his eight-year career with the Yankees, including a rough 2023 in which he posted a 6.65 ERA over 89⅓ innings. Still, the free agent market has set the price of veteran starting pitchers at $10 million-plus a year — and Severino’s past success bought him slightly more. Over his first seven seasons with the Yankees, Severino was highly effective when healthy. He […]

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November

29
Mark Cuban nears sale of Mavericks stake to Adelson family

The Adelson family has had advanced consultations about buying a significant share of the Dallas Mavericks, sources told ESPN. Mark Cuban would remain governor of the franchise and in control of all basketball decisions, according to sources. The agreement would be in the valuation range of $3.5 billion and take weeks for the league to process, The Associated Press reported, citing a person with knowledge of the talks. According to an SEC filing, the Adelson family is selling almost $2 billion in stock in the Las Vegas Sands Corp., “to fund the purchase of a majority interest in a professional sports […]

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November

28
Cardinals add Sonny Gray on 3-year deal to revamped rotation

The St. Louis Cardinals have agreed to a three-year deal with free agent pitcher Sonny Gray, the team revealed on Monday. Gray, 34, joins a revamped Cardinals rotation that also includes recent free agent additions Lance Lynn and Kyle Gibson. “We were hoping to sign a couple of pitchers we knew we could count on for innings,” John Mozeliak, the Cardinals’ president of baseball operations, said during a news conference Monday. “And if we could accomplish that, we were hoping we could do something a little bigger, a little longer, and obviously that’s where Sonny fits in.” Gray is coming off a strong 2023 season with […]

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November

27
Free agent Kenta Maeda, Tigers reach 2-year, $24M deal

Right-hander Kenta Maeda and the Tigers agreed Sunday on a two-year, $24 million contract, lengthening Detroit’s rotation as it hopes to improve on a 78-84 finish in the winnable American League Central. Maeda, who will be 36 two weeks into the season, joins a Tigers team that went 39-34 in the second half and had a positive run differential, matching their win total in 89 first-half games. Detroit had targeted starting depth in the mid-tier pitching market, and Maeda, coming off Tommy John surgery, posted a 4.23 ERA in 104.1 innings with 117 strikeouts and 28 walks for the Minnesota Twins. He jumps to the […]

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November

24
Warriors’ Chris Paul tossed by Scott Foster after 2 technicals

Wednesday night’s game between the Warriors and Suns added another incident to the long conflict between Golden State’s Chris Paul and referee Scott Foster when Paul was ejected after Foster slapped him with two quick technical fouls. It was Paul’s seventh career ejection. “It’s personal,” Paul said. “We had a situation some years ago and it’s personal. The league knows. Everybody knows. There was a meeting and all of that. … I’m OK with a ref saying whatever they’re saying, but don’t use a tech to get your point across.” With 23 seconds left in the second quarter, Phoenix forward Kevin Durant drew a foul on Paul, who […]

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November

23
Lakers go 4-0 in group play, make in-season tournament quarters

The Lakers are one step closer to Las Vegas. The Lakers defeated the Utah Jazz 131-99 on Tuesday to win their group and advance to the quarterfinals in the NBA’s inaugural in-season tournament. It appears the in-season tournament came at the perfect time for Lakers. Just 3-5 on the season and riding a three-game losing streak when group play started, L.A. swept through the qualifying round, going 4-0 against the Phoenix Suns, Memphis Grizzlies, Portland Trail Blazers and Utah to win Group A in the Western Conference. A couple of weeks into the competition, the Lakers notched their third straight win to bring their record to 9-6. L.A. […]

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November

22
Yankees hire Brad Ausmus as bench coach for manager Aaron Boone

The Yankees hired Brad Ausmus to replace Carlos Mendoza as bench coach for manager Aaron Boone, the team revealed Tuesday. Ausmus managed Detroit from 2014-17 and the Los Angeles Angels in 2019, winning the AL Central at 90-72 in his first season with the Tigers before Baltimore swept Detroit in a Division Series. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports Ausmus spent 2022 as the Oakland Athletics’ bench coach for manager Bob Melvin. Mendoza had been the Yankees’ bench coach for four seasons when he left on Nov. 13 to manage the New York Mets. Ausmus becomes the […]

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November

20
Grizzlies’ Marcus Smart out 3-5 weeks with left foot sprain

Grizzlies guard Marcus Smart will miss three to five weeks with a sprained left foot, adding to Memphis’ already lengthy injury list. The Grizzlies provided more details regarding Smart’s injury Friday. The guard and the 2022 NBA Defensive Player of the Year, acquired via a trade this offseason, hurt his foot Tuesday night in a loss at the Los Angeles Lakers. Smart ranks third on the Grizzlies scoring 12.5 points a game. He also leads Memphis with five assists and two steals per game, and he had been one of only four Grizzlies to play each of the first 11 matches with Desmond Bane, Jaren Jackson […]

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November

17
Hornets’ Miles Bridges ‘anxious’ for return after 583 days

Charlotte Hornets forward Miles Bridges is “anxious” to make his return to NBA action, saying it feels “like the first day of school.” Bridges is set to return to the court Friday night for the first time in 583 days versus  the Milwaukee Bucks for an NBA in-season tournament game after sitting out all of last season and completing a 10-game suspension this year for his role in a domestic violence case in 2022. Bridges’ return comes even as he has a pending court date for allegedly violating a protection order stemming from the domestic violence incident that derailed his NBA career more than 16 months ago. That […]

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November

16
Padres’ Blake Snell, Yankees’ Gerrit Cole win Cy Young Awards

San Diego Padres starter Blake Snell collected his second Cy Young Award on Wednesday, this time in the National League, while New York Yankees hurler Gerrit Cole took home his first award unanimously after twice coming in second and finishing in the top five three other times. Snell became the seventh player — and second left-hander — to earn the award in each league, joining Gaylord Perry, Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson, Roger Clemens, Roy Halladay and Max Scherzer. He previously won the AL Cy Young while a member of the Tampa Bay Rays in 2018. “It feels amazing,” Snell said. “It definitely feels good and I’m trying to enjoy this […]

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