Month: August 2019

12:01 PM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN The Ottawa Senators are circumventing the salary cap. OK, that’s a bit of hyperbole, which I believe is legally allowed when opining about hockey in early August. It’s more accurate to say that the Ottawa Senators are circumventing “the spirit” of the salary cap. They currently have a projected cap
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6:34 AM BST Rugby World Cup-winning coach Bob Dwyer says it’s not too late for Wallabies selectors to be experimenting but the threat posed by outside centre Tevita Kuridrani is in danger of being wasted. After starting their Rugby Championship campaign with an away loss to South Africa and a home win over Argentina, Australia
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Brian McBride explains how playing Liga MX teams mid-season in the Leagues Cup will either help or hurt the four MLS teams involved. MEXICO CITY — Queretaro coach Victor Manuel Vucetich believes signing Guillermo Ochoa to replace the outgoing Agustin Marchesin would be a step down in quality for Club America. A possible return for
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1:03 AM ET ESPN News Services Boston Red Sox starter Rick Porcello took out his frustrations on a couple of TV monitors in the dugout Wednesday night. Porcello allowed six runs on nine hits and one walk, striking out seven in 5⅔ innings before leaving with a 6-2 deficit against the Tampa Bay Rays. He
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11:33 PM ET Last October, in the weeks leading up to the NBA season, a bettor at the SuperBook at the Westgate Resort & Casino in Las Vegas placed a $67,000 wager on the Golden State Warriors to make the playoffs at -10,000 odds. The bettor was rewarded with a $670 profit when the Warriors
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10:24 PM ET Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. — Jake Beber-Frankel, the 17-year-old son of Academy Award-winning director David Frankel, shot a 10-under 60 on Wednesday for the lowest score in the history of the Boys Junior PGA Championship. Beber-Frankel, from Miami, closed with a par on the ninth hole at Keney Park Golf Course, missing
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7:42 PM ET Associated Press WASHINGTON — Brothers Andy and Jamie Murray have advanced in doubles at the Citi Open. The Scottish Murray brothers beat France’s Nicolas Mahut and Edouard Roger-Vasselin 6-4, 6-7(7), 10-5 on Wednesday to advance to the quarterfinals. They rallied to win on their fourth match point. Former No. 1-ranked Andy Murray
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