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January

15
Chargers´Antonio Gates announces retirement

Los Angeles Chargers tight end Antonio Gates announced his retirement from the NFL on Tuesday after 16 seasons. Gates’ journey from college basketball standout at Kent State University – never playing a down of collegiate football – to redefining the TE position and breaking NFL records is one of the great stories in Chargers and NFL history. Gates walks away from the field with 116 touchdown receptions – the most by a TE in NFL history. At the TE position, he also ranks first in league history with 21 career multi-touchdown games and fourth in league annals with 21 100-yard […]

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January

13
Todd Frazier gets one year deal with from Rangers

The Texas Rangers agreed to a deal with veteran third baseman Todd Frazier, according to the Dallas Morning News’ Evan Grant. The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal reported Frazier will get $5 million guaranteed. Frazier, who turns 34 in February, is coming off a 2019 campaign in which he batted .251/.329/.443 for the Mets with 21 home runs in 133 games. Over the last three seasons, Frazier has an OPS+ of 102, and for his career he has a mark of 106. Over that span, the right-handed slugger has averaged 29 home runs per 162 games played. Frazier has a lifetime OPS of .756 against right-handed pitching, but that figure rises to .813 […]

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January

10
Barcelona to meet with Xavi to replace Valverde

Representatives from Barcelona will reportedly meet with Xavi to discuss the chance of him becoming their next manager.  According to Catalan radio station RAC1, per AS, Eric Abidal, the club’s sporting director and Oscar Grau, the CEO, are meeting with the legendary midfielder turned coach in Doha.  The Barca legend is presently managing Al Sadd of the Qatar Stars League but will apparently be spoken to about his ‘thoughts and, perhaps, his willingness to make a professional change’.  It’s suggested that Xavi won’t be asked to replace Ernesto Valverde instantly, but instead take over next summer, ahead of the new season.   Barcelona were […]

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January

09
Hector Rondon, Diamondbacks reach 1 year deal

The Arizona Diamondbacks have finalized a $3 million, one-year deal with relief pitcher Hector Rondon, adding more depth to the back of their bullpen. The team informed the deal on Thursday. Rondon gets a $2.5 million salary next campaign and the deal includes a team option for 2021 with a $500,000 buyout. He could potentially get a base salary of $4 million in 2021 which could escalate to $5 million depending on how many games he finished on the mound. The 31-year-old right-hander is a seven-year veteran who helped the Chicago Cubs acquire the World Series in 2016. He pitched last season for Houston and […]

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January

08
Matt Rhule to be Panthers´ next coach

Baylor coach Matt Rhule agreed to terms on a deal to become the franchise’s next head coach, the team announced Tuesday. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Rhule received a seven-year deal worth $60 million and potential to reach $70 million on incentives. Rhule, 44, took Baylor from a 1-11 record in 2017, his first year, to a 11-3 mark and Sugar Bowl berth this season. He served as Temple’s head coach from 2013-16, compiling a 28-23 mark. He was set to interview with the New York Giants on Tuesday for their opening. New York instead was finalizing a deal with New England Patriots […]

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January

07
Lakers set to guarantee Dwight Howard contract for remainder of season

The Los Angeles Lakers will reportedly guarantee veteran center Dwight Howard’s $2.56 million contract for the remainder of the 2019-20 season. According to ESPN’s Dave McMenamin, the Lakers have the option to waive Howard prior to the 5 p.m. ET deadline on Tuesday and move on from his contract, but they will keep him in the fold. The 34-year-old big man has been a key bench contributor across 36 appearances for the Lakers this campaign with 7.1 points, 6.8 rebounds and 1.4 blocks in 19.5 minutes per game. Howard was a superstar for a large part of his career, as the Orlando Magic took him No. […]

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January

07
Nationals to bring back infielder Asdrubal Cabrera

The Nationals have agreed to terms with infielder Asdrubal Cabrera on a one-year, $2.5 million deal, per multiple reports.  Cabrera, 34, won a ring with the Nationals last season. He was signed by the Rangers in January but then released on August 3. Three days later, the Nationals signed him as a free agent. In 38 games down the stretch, Cabrera slashed .323/.404/.565 with six homers and 40 RBI while walking more times than he struck out. He wasn’t quite as productive in the postseason, hitting .233/.250/.267.  Cabrera can handle second or third base adequately, in theory, but he’s lacking range at this point in his […]

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January

03
Magic F Jonathan Isaac to miss at least 2 months with knee injury

The Orlando Magic announced on Thursday that forward Jonathan Isaac will miss at least two months with a knee injury suffered Wednesday versus the Washington Wizards. Isaac attempted to eurostep past Wizards guard Bradley Beal on a drive to the rim, but he landed on Beal’s foot before crumpling to the floor. Isaac was taken off the court on a stretcher and initially diagnosed with a hyperextended left knee before MRI results on Thursday showed that he suffered a severe sprain labeled a “posterior lateral corner injury” and a bone contusion. He did not suffer major ligament damage. The Magic said they plan on evaluating […]

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January

02
John Dorsey out as Brown General Manager

John Dorsey, who stormed into town in 2017 to ‘awaken the sleeping giant’ that is the Cleveland Browns, is out at the end of two full seasons as GM after refusing to take a giant reduction in his role from owner Jimmy Haslam. Dorsey, who lost clout after his hire of Freddie Kitchens failed miserably, was asked to take a back seat to the new head of the football department, who will pair with the new head coach. Dorsey, who went 13-18-1 in his two full seasons as GM, would’ve been more of a talent evaluator, such as a Vice […]

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January

01
Twins bolster rotation with veterans Rich Hill, Homer Bailey

The Minnesota Twins added two veteran arms to their starting rotation, signing free agents Rich Hill and Homer Bailey to one-year deals, the team announced Tuesday. Sources told ESPN’s Jeff Passan that Bailey’s deal is for $7 million, while Hill starts with a $3 million deal that could reach $12.5 million with incentives. Hill, who turns 40 on March 11, is not expected back until midseason after having what is called primary repair surgery, which has a six months recovery time. If he returns in time to make 15 starts or throw 75 innings, Hil’s salary will jump to $12.5 million, a source told […]

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