Month: October 2018

9:33 AM ET Bob PockrassNASCAR Close • NASCAR writer for ESPN.com• 2009, 2013 NMPA Writer of the Year• More than 25 years experience covering motorsports Another week in NASCAR and, as some announcements seem likely but not imminent, here’s where 2019 Silly Season stands from A to Z: A: Allmendinger. AJ Allmendinger doesn’t have a ride for 2019
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When light heavyweight contender Sullivan Barrera, who has defeated notable opponents such as Joe Smith Jr., Karo Murat and Felix Valera, finally got a shot at a world title things did not go well. Barrera fought his heart out but was outclassed in a 12th-round knockout loss to Dmitry Bivol in March. But Barrera, a
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Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick had surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his knee and is out indefinitely. Quick had been on injured reserve with a lower-body injury. “Injuries do happen and not sure there’s anything in particular you can point to in this situation,” coach John Stevens said Tuesday, according to NHL.com.
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Pakistan 148 for 6 (Hafeez 45, Sarfraz 34, Milne 2-28) beat New Zealand 146 for 6 (Munro 58, Taylor 42, Hasan 3-35) by two runs Mohammad Hafeez gets beaten outside off AFP It isn’t often that a series against Australia is termed an appetiser, but it has taken just one T20I against New Zealand to understand
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BOSTON — Boston Red Sox left-hander David Price reaffirmed that he will stay with the team he helped lead to a World Series title. He announced on the field at Fenway Park before a victory parade Wednesday that he was declining a contract option that would have enabled him to become a free agent. What
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The ECB’s new city-based competition will take place at the same time as county cricket’s existing 50-over tournament, after a review of the domestic schedule from 2020 onwards was ratified by the 18 first-class counties. In addition, three counties will be promoted to Division One of the County Championship in 2019, with one relegated, ahead
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It’s time to look forward. A whole two weeks forward, in fact, because that is how long Santiago Solari, who was appointed interim coach of Real Madrid on Tuesday, can hold the title of interim boss according to Spanish Football Association rules. Let’s be more precise. It’s actually three-and-a-half weeks since there’s an international break
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