Month: November 2020

5:38 PM ET CLEVELAND — The Indians sold side-arm reliever Adam Cimber to the Marlins on Monday for $100,000, and Miami designated right-hander José Ureña for assignment. Ureña, the Marlins’ Opening Day starter in 2018 and 2019, spent six seasons with the Marlins and had been with them longer than any other active player. He
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9:15 AM ET Rob DawsonCorrespondent Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson has said he is the best penalty taker at the club but never gets chosen to step up and take a spot kick. City have had problems scoring from the spot and with the usually reliable Kevin De Bruyne missing in the 1-1 draw with Liverpool
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11:46 AM ET ESPN’s presentation of its NFL wild-card game will be broadcast across five different Walt Disney Company networks, marking the debut of the MegaCast in the NFL playoffs, it was announced Monday. The game, which will take place either Jan. 9 or 10, will be broadcast on ESPN, ABC, ESPN2, Freeform and ESPN
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1:11 PM ET Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller was named an SEC Special Teams Player of the Week on Monday after becoming the first woman to participate in a Power 5 football game over the weekend. Fuller, who was a goalkeeper on Vanderbilt’s conference championship soccer team, delivered the opening kickoff of the second half against
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12:57 PM GMT The number of teams participating in the women’s Rugby World Cup will be increased from 12 to 16 from the 2025 edition, the sport’s governing body announced on Monday. The decision was taken by the Rugby World Cup Board earlier this year and World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont said it was a
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10:54 AM ET Associated Press NEW YORK — Major League Baseball is creating a minor league for top eligible prospects leading to the summer draft. The wood-bat MLB Draft League is launching with five teams and could add a sixth, MLB said Monday. Teams will play a 68-game regular season that includes an All-Star break
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9:26 AM ET Walk into any NHL locker room today and you’ll hear a cacophony of languages and accents from around the world. Rewind 50 years ago and the acoustics were much different. Take the 1970 Stanley Cup champions, the Boston Bruins. Their roster had more Canadians than a season of “Letterkenny,” with U.K. native
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11:49 AM GMT France will be without a number of their top players for the Autumn Nations Cup final against England after coach Fabien Galthie confirmed he would not be seeking to change a rule that restricts players from competing in more than three international games. The agreement with the Top 14 means that Galthie
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9:19 AM ET ESPN News Services Three-time Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka will be starring in a new Japanese manga comic book series as a character in a magazine for teenage girls. Osaka’s sister, Mari, helped produce “Unrivaled Naomi Tenka-ichi” (which means “World No. 1”), which will be running in Nakayoshi magazine starting in late
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