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Red Sox Place Chris Sale on 10-Day DL

Red Sox fans were treated to some terrible news today, as the team placed ace Chris Sale on the 10-Day disabled list. The #RedSox today placed LHP Chris Sale on the 10-day disabled list with mild left shoulder inflammation, retroactive

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Report: Patriots Bring in Wide Receiver for Workout

The New England Patriots aren’t done adding to their roster as the team is reportedly bringing wide receiver Eric Decker for a workout. Field Yates and Mike Reiss reported that the former Denver Bronco and New York Jet was at

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Ender: Bell Leaving Pittsburgh May Be the Best Option for Both Parties

The July extension deadline has passed and the Steelers have once again failed to come to terms on a long-term deal with star running back Le’Veon Bell. He will once again play under the franchise tag, which gives him $14.544

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Pats Chat Ep. 6: Training Camp Recap

Listen to two lifelong friends and longtime analysts chat about the Patriots and football around the league on Pats Chat, presented by Prime Time Sports Talk. When Sam Gordon and Caleb Hudson sit down to talk, nothing is held back

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Pierce: Hot Streak Proving Swihart’s Worth

After high expectations and low return for years, Blake Swihart is finally starting to deliver for the Boston Red Sox. Boston drafted Swihart as the 26th overall pick in the 2011 MLB Amateur Draft. Before his call-up in 2015, Swihart

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Red Sox Acquire Second Baseman Ian Kinsler From Angels

Almost instantly after the end of a 13-inning walk-off win for the Red Sox over the Philadelphia Phillies, Ken Rosenthal reported that the Sox traded for Ian Kinsler from the Los Angeles Angels. Source: #RedSox get Kinsler. — Ken Rosenthal

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Concussion Protocols Vary Between Leagues

Concussions are a risk in any sport, some more than others.  All professional sports governing authorities have established concussion protocols including criteria that must be met in order to return to participation.  The protocols are similar, but they do have several unique tweaks specific to that league.  This article will review the concussion protocols and the return to play criteria adopted by MLB, NBA, and the NFL.

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Without Melo, the New-Look Thunder Are Poised to Shine

After Paul George and Carmelo Anthony joined the Thunder via trade last offseason, Oklahoma City fans were ecstatic. Feeling that George would contribute a lot of the scoring they lost when Kevin Durant left, as well as gambling on Carmelo Anthony’s upside, OKC felt that they could compete for the championship in the 2017-2018 season. The loud and loyal fanbase was prepared to capture the feeling of success they once knew, a feeling they lost when Durant left. But like many teams in the NBA before them, things didn’t exactly work out as they planned.

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Mooney: Joakim Nordstrom Could Replace Riley Nash

The Boston Bruins lost one of their better forwards from the 2017-18 season when Riley Nash signed with the Columbus Blue Jackets on a 3-year deal back on July 1. Nash had career-high 41 points with the Bruins last season

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Red Sox Trade Target: Francisco Liriano

The Red Sox acquired their first pitcher of deadline season on Wednesday when they traded for Nathan Eovaldi from the Tampa Bay Rays. However, the biggest need still rests in the bullpen for baseball’s best team in 2018. Even with

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