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New York Yankees to Face Houston Astros in What Could be EXPLOSIVE Series

The Houston Astros offense was too much for the Boston Red Sox who had no answer for their hitters and blamed their latest playoff collapse on manager John Farrell who was fired after the 3-1 ALDS loss. The Astros should be well rested and ready for the resilient New York Yankees who were able to come back from a 2-game ...

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Stricken Strasburg Comes up HUGE as Nationals Push Cubs to Brink of Elimination

In one of the most gutty performances in the annals of postseason sports, Washington Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg shrugged off the flu and threw the game of his career on Wednesday afternoon in rainy and dreary Wrigley Field against the defending World Series champion Chicago Cubs. It had been reported that Strasburg was as sick as a dog and wouldn’t ...

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College Player Cut After Kneeling During National Anthem

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Gyree Durante, an Albright College football player was dismissed from the team for kneeling during the National Anthem before Saturday’s game against Delaware Valley University. Albright College is a Division III program based in Reading, Pennsylvania. A statement from a school spokesperson was given to  Mark Schlabach of ESPN.com who said the Lions’ leadership council voted to stand during the national anthem and ...

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Crushing Loss Means No World Cup for Team USA in 2018

The United States men’s soccer team (Team USA) will not be participating in next year’s World Cup soccer tournament after being humiliated by mighty Trinidad and Tobago. It was a crushing loss for a team that was hoping to build on their 2014 performance in Brazil which many hoped would be the breakthrough that would finally make soccer as popular ...

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Another Black ESPN Host Rips Jerry Jones as Slave Owner

Former sports network ESPN which has now been transformed into a forum for racial grievance mongers has had yet ANOTHER one of its African-American hosts slip the chain with what could only be construed as an anti-white racist diatribe Coming mere hours after the one-time top name in sports news was forced to suspend the extremely bigoted Jemele Hill and ...

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MLB Postseason Wednesday: Current Standings, Who’s Playing and Where to Watch

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Update: The Washington @ Chicago game from Tuesday was postponed due to weather and will be played at 4 pm on Wednesday, Oct. 11. Two matchups are featured in Wednesday’s MLB playoff schedule as the Chicago Cubs face the Washington Nationals at Wrigley Field for game 4 of their division series and the New York Yankees and Cleveland Indians fight for ...

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Houston Texans Suffer Devastating Blow with J.J. Watt Injury During Loss to Chiefs

Just when the Houston Texans appear to have finally solved their long-lasting quarterback problems, a killer injury ended the season of their best defensive player. All world defensive lineman J.J. Watt who finally appeared to be healthy went down with what has been reported as a tibial plateau fracture in his left leg early in the first quarter. A deathly ...

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Kaepernick: When Taking a Knee Is All About Me

Just think — if Tim Tebow had taken a knee for Antifa instead of God he might still be in the NFL. Or at least he could be a topic of conversation for people wondering why Tebow wasn’t playing. I find it ironic a league that is now encouraging “celebrations” after a touchdown, frowned on Tebow offering a quick word ...

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MLB Post Season Monday: Who’s Playing and Where to Watch

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Monday’s MLB playoff schedule features three games that could send a team packing and one that is still neck-and-neck in a full afternoon/evening of baseball. The Houston Astros and New York Yankees both failed to seal the fate of their opponents on Sunday, but they get another chance to do so as they face the Boston Red Sox and Cleveland ...

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Dallas Cowboys Owner to BENCH Players Disrespecting the Flag

After three weeks of distractions and divisiveness over the national anthem protests, some NFL owners have seen enough. As pampered and privileged players continue to express their discontent with the oppressive white society that made them rich, the league’s popularity is plummeting. Now one of the NFL’s most high-profile owners has risked being called a Nazi white supremacist by the ...

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Michigan State Spartans Break Arch-Rival Wolverines’ Hearts With HUGE Road Win

In yet another huge upset on Saturday, the Michigan State Spartans pulled off the upset of their hated rivals the Michigan Wolverines in a game that will likely end coach Jim Harbaugh’s national title hopes. Jim Harbaugh drops to 1-4 against Michigan's top rivals, Michigan State and Ohio State (0-3 at home) pic.twitter.com/bR4EQlW3Ia — ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October ...

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Chicago Cubs Relievers Choke Away All But Certain Win as Nationals Tie NLDS at 1-1

The reigning champion Chicago Cubs were looking at a near insurmountable two-game lead in a best of five series late in Saturday night’s game against the Washington Nationals. The gutty Cubs had a 3-1 lead and despite not having his best stuff, pitcher Jon Lester managed to pitch his way out of a  bases-loaded jam while the Nats offense continued ...

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