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NEW YORK (AP) — Neil Walker’s salary dropped from $17.2 million to $2 million in two years. Greg Holland was cut from $14 million to $2 million this season. Daniel Murphy fell from $17.5 million to $10 million. While Manny Machado agreed to a pending $300 million, 10-year contract withRead More →

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Troy Tulowitzki took a called third strike in his first simulated game of spring training and followed with a drive down the right-field line that would have been over Yankee Stadium’s right-field wall. ”Honestly I feel good, ready to go,” he said. ”Just excited to play.”Read More →

The NHL’s Department of Player Safety announced on Wednesday afternoon that Philadelphia Flyers defender Radko Gudas has been suspended two games for a high-sticking incident that took place on Monday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Gudas was assessed a two-minute minor for high-sticking Nikita Kucherov, the NHL’s leading-scorer, inRead More →

Well, it’s that time once again. Fantasy baseball draft season is here! [Batter up: Join or create a 2019 Yahoo Fantasy Baseball league for free today] Our experts have compiled their draft rankings, putting together the top 300 names in fantasy. Sure, you’ll find the familiar Trouts’, the Betts’, theRead More →

The Blazers look different, but are they better? originally appeared on This is the third of a three part All-Star Break feature series.  Read part 1 on how this Blazers season will be defined on Portland’s success in the postseason. Read part 2 on Damian Lillard‘s will to win. Damian LillardRead More →

INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) — Kevin Love relaxed on the beach under the warm Caribbean sun during the All-Star break. He hopes it finally shines on him and the Cavaliers in the second half of a depressing, gloomy season. Offering optimism about his future and Cleveland’s, Love returned to the practiceRead More →

Conflicting reports on Wednesday afternoon created a bit of confusion about the status of New York Giants safety Landon Collins. A second-round pick in 2015, Collins has been named to the Pro Bowl each of the last three years and was a first-team All-Pro pick in 2016. But he’s playedRead More →

Todd Gurley is just 24 years old. That’s young, even for an NFL running back. Yet, the Los Angeles Rams have used him a lot already. And when it comes to Gurley’s mysterious injury late in the season that affected his usage late in the playoffs, apparently the miles onRead More →

Barack Obama takes playful jab at Steph Curry over past ankle problems originally appeared on Programming note: Watch the pregame edition of Warriors Outsiders on Thursday night at 6 p.m. PT, streaming live on the MyTeams app. Barack Obama and Steph Curry are good friends. When you have that sort of relationship, you are allowedRead More →

The Seahawks haven’t used the franchise tag since 2010 when they tagged kicker Olindo Mare. Green Bay and Houston are the only teams not to use the franchise tag since then, according to Brady Henderson of ESPN. After getting early extensions done with Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas (in 2014), RussellRead More →

The Washington Capitals waived right winger Devante Smith-Pelly on Wednesday, cutting ties with one of the heroes of their run to the Stanley Cup last season. Smith-Pelly scored seven goals in the postseason — matching his regular-season total — and tallied the game-tying goal during the Capitals’ Cup-clinching Game 5Read More →

MLB rumors: Giants ‘trying hard’ for Bryce Harper, but not optimistic originally appeared on Well, you can’t say the Giants aren’t trying. As the chase for superstar Bryce Harper has reached the “refreshing Twitter every few minutes” stage, FanCred’s Jon Heyman reports that the Giants are indeed trying hard toRead More →

Over the last few years, the precedent was set by then-New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman for MLB to take stronger initiatives in addressing domestic violence issues. Since then, the league has put many new procedures in place and implemented programs to help those involved with the sport deal withRead More →

The Pittsburgh Steelers will attempt to trade disgruntled receiver Antonio Brown this offseason, but general manager Kevin Colbert told reporters Wednesday that they aren’t going to give away the All-Pro. “We’re not going to move a significant player for less than significant compensation,” Colbert said. After meeting with team presidentRead More →

Bruins trade targets: Artemi Panarin, Mark Stone among best deadline options originally appeared on The Boston Bruins are winners of six straight games and are rapidly climbing experts’ NHL power rankings, so what kind of trade deadline strategy should we expect from general manager Don Sweeney? Well, the BruinsRead More →

NBA rumors: Warriors have ‘internally mused’ about making run at Giannis originally appeared on Programming note: Watch the pregame edition of Warriors Outsiders on Thursday night at 6 p.m. PT, streaming live on the MyTeams app. Today is Feb. 20, 2019. Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo isn’t slated to become a free agent until July 2021. ButRead More →