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The can tossed from the outfield stands in the seventh inning of the American League wild-card game landed close to the Orioles' Kim as he tracked down a fly ball. Mr. Pagan's lawyer, Frank Genesee, did not return messages on Thursday. Online, theories abounded on just who was actually the tallboy tosser. As his lawyer mentions, Pagan's innocent until proven guilty, so it will be interesting to see what defense is used in trial, should the case even makes it that far.
  • Kiwi golfer Michael Hendry comes second in Fiji International tournament

    Kiwi golfer Michael Hendry comes second in Fiji International tournament

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    The Nashville native finished nine strokes ahead of the runner-up and earned a $391,000 payday as a prelude to a family vacation. "I had another really good day", Snedeker said. "(Sunday) is going to help me do that, handling a big lead the way I did, to know I can handle whatever a golf course throws at me against the best players in the world and come out on top", he said, quoted at his post-tournament press conference.
  • China Open: Konta to meet Radwanska in final

    China Open: Konta to meet Radwanska in final

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    You could make an argument that Konta has had the best 2016 season of any player on the women's side, as she's now a top-10 player and still has a chance to clinch a spot in the WTA Finals. Seventeen months ago she was ranked 146th in the world and not on anyone's radar as a potential top-10 player. "I just played a great tiebreaker, so that helped me a lot for sure in that match", she said.
  • Manchester United stars working hard in training with England

    Manchester United stars working hard in training with England

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    Asked what Rooney would bring to his starting XI, Southgate said: "His ability to control a game, his experience". Q: Jose Mourinho suggested that you came back a different player, different person, after the last worldwide break. "It's nearly like going to an audition when you get turned down - you want to prove yourself to people". "Listen, I believe in the managers I work under and if that's where they want me to play that's where I'll play".
  • Griezmann: France's Pogba needs affection

    Griezmann: France's Pogba needs affection

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    Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann says France teammate Paul Pogba "needs the affection of journalists" in order to reach his full potential. France cruised to a 4-1 win with goals from Kevin Gameiro (2), Dimitri Payet and Antoine Griezmann .
  • Jay Cutler doubtful for Week 5, Brian Hoyer to start

    Jay Cutler doubtful for Week 5, Brian Hoyer to start

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    The stakes couldn't be higher for the Colts (1-3). We know that he's a big part of what they do on defense. Neither has the combination of instincts and athleticism that allowed Freeman to rack up four straight 100-tackle seasons with the Colts .
  • Orgeron: Coaching LSU 'a dream,' offense will be 'tweaked'

    Orgeron: Coaching LSU 'a dream,' offense will be 'tweaked'

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    Ed Orgeron can improve his odds with a successful season, as he was named head coach for the rest of the season in the wake of Miles firing. Orgeron said Jenkins would be his “mentor and my right-hand man.”. So ends a 12-year run for 1 of the most popular coaches in the SEC. "Find ways for the quarterback to get the ball downfield throwing it". Known by players as "Coach O", Orgeron was born in the bayou country southwest of New Orleans, in the town of Larose, close to where former ...
  • No. 7 Texas A&M survives No. 9 Tennessee in 2OT SEC thriller

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    After Tennessee cut the lead to a touchdown with just over two minutes to go, Texas A&M burst to what should have been a game-sealing touchdown run-but this happened. Barrett was 9 of 23 for 93 yards. The Razorbacks toppled Alcorn State last time out but will need a herculean effort to improve to 5-1 for the first time since 2011.
  • Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott party with Snoop after Cowboys' win

    Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott party with Snoop after Cowboys' win

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    That one throw, however, was pivotal. They held the 49ers to less than 300 total yards and under 20-points while stepping up in the direst of situations in the second half of the game while it was still within San Francisco's reach. ". It doesn't look good for returning at this point". Tartt said he didn't hear a whistle blow the play dead. I'm just being honest. "And they threw a flag and the rest is history".
  • Alleged Beer-Throwing Blue Jays Fan Turns Himself In

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    Later, Canada's TSN identified the man as Ken Pagan, a journalist at Postmedia Network in Toronto, according to the Toronto Sun . Pagan's lawyer Tyler Smith said that Pagan is cooperating with police and that he is presumed innocent at the moment.
  • Colin Kaepernick To Start Against Bills, 49ers, Kap Restructuring Contract

    Colin Kaepernick To Start Against Bills, 49ers, Kap Restructuring Contract

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    Blaine Gabbert has started the first five games, completing 58 percent of his passes with five touchdowns and six interceptions while being sacked 10 times. I've got to do a better job leading this football team, executing this offense, scoring points, winning games, the whole 9 yards. I think if you get too high after a win or too low after a loss, I think your players respond how you respond.
  • Ha Na Jang shoots 62, takes 6-shot lead in LPGA Taiwan

    Ha Na Jang shoots 62, takes 6-shot lead in LPGA Taiwan

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    Jang extended her lead to 6-shots over China's Feng Shanshan with a three-day total of 16-under 200 at the tournament at Miramar Golf and Country Club here. The Olympic bronze medalist was fourth in the Evian Championship and tied for fourth last week in China in the Asian Swing opener. There were two more Korean players in the top 10.
  • Western Bulldogs end premiership drought with win over Sydney Swans

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    The minor premiers received a total of four free kicks in the first three quarters. Zak Jones of the Swans competes for the ball over Marcus Bontempelli of the Bulldogs during the 2016 AFL grand final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. "I think it's absolutely fantastic how everybody's gotten behind them". Gordon is rapt that their premiership will give hope to fans of other clubs without much flag success, such as St Kilda and Melbourne.
  • Motivation doesn't always come on the course in Ryder Cup

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    Mickelson used Hal Sutton and his captaincy in 2004 as an example of players being set up for failure. "You haven't played under what this is going to be like", he said. TORONTO - Sidney Crosby has been surrounded by the best hockey players on the planet at the World Cup of Hockey, and still seems as if he is in a class by himself.
  • Chelsea's Conte praises Moses' impact as wing-back

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    It's fantastic because he's working very hard and that's why he deserved to play. I think that Pedro can play in the same way and give you the opportunity to exploit defenders one vs. A number of our players now head off on global duty and when they return we face two stern tests - consecutive home matches against champions Leicester City and Manchester United.
  • 3 Million Tuned In For The 2016 AFL Grand Final — Seven Network

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    Bulldogs members who went into the ballot for Grand Final tickets received access to just under 1000 more tickets yesterday after eligible Swans members didn't take up their allocation of standing room spaces. "There is a lot to celebrate; we're the only team to come from seventh to the grand final and win it", he said. The Bulldogs continued their emotional premiership celebrations with a family day on Sunday at Whitten Oval.
  • Tennessee beats Georgia 34-31 with TD pass on final play

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    He also threw an interception with barely two minutes left that nearly sealed Georgia's fate right then. It seemed to allow the backs the ability to see its blocks set up better. Sony Michel and Brian Georgia took advantage of a Tennessee defense missing injured linebackers Jalen Reeves-Maybin and Darrin Kirkland Jr and cornerback Cam Sutton.
  • NCAA names new homes for championships pulled from NC

    NCAA names new homes for championships pulled from NC

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    The NCAA relocated its men's basketball regional tournament to Greenville, S.C., where the first and second rounds of the men's tournament will be played at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena. "We are thrilled the NCAA has entrusted us to host one of its most celebrated championships and look forward to welcoming the student-athletes, coaches, and fans of competing schools to our home next March", said Furman Director of Athletics Mike Buddie.
  • Blue Jays 2B Travis scratched from lineup before ALDS Game 2

    Blue Jays 2B Travis scratched from lineup before ALDS Game 2

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    The Blue Jays then won at home this week when Edwin Encarnacion hit a game-ending, three-run homer to beat Baltimore. Yu Darvish gets the start for Texas in Game 2, a big difference between the 2016 Rangers and 2015 Rangers as these two teams meet for a second straight year in the Division Series.
  • CDC advices pregnant women to consider not traveling to Southeast Asia

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    Zika is just starting to spread throughout Southeast Asia, and is spreading through local transmission in at least 60 countries and territories around the world, including the Miami-Dade area of Florida. But Prasert said tests had to be carried out again on one of those cases. Symptoms of infection include fever, headaches, pain behind the eyes, muscle and joint pain, and bleeding, according to the CDC.
  • Rookie Rockstars: Dak & Zeke Lead The Boys To The Win

    Rookie Rockstars: Dak & Zeke Lead The Boys To The Win

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    Dez Bryant caught Prescott's first career touchdown pass in the fourth quarter after injuring his right knee on his first catch early and returning to the game. The goose egg that sits in Prescott's stat line next to turnovers is the most impressive part of his first two National Football League games. "For me, I'm everyday trying to prepare to play".
  • It's That Time to Call on Kaepernick in San Fran

    It's That Time to Call on Kaepernick in San Fran

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    The second the Niners signed Kelly in the off-season, most people thought Kaepernick was a shoe in to be the starting quarterback. "So we're going to look at everything". Kelly reiterated Sunday's post-game take that any position change is up to him and his staff rather than general manager Trent Baalke. I got to make the right reads.
  • SC slams BCCI for defiant attitude towards reforms

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    The BCCI has transferred close to Rs.400 crore as infrastructural grants to its state units till September-end. BCCI lawyers told the court that the matter dates to 2015-16 when Star and Sony had given compensation for broadcasting rights which was to be given to the State associations.
  • Dembele: Celtic showed Champions League class

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    Celtic took the lead after only three minutes through Moussa Dembele, who also hooked in a third over his shoulder just 30 seconds into the second half. It's been a wild first half at Celtic Park. City hit back just nine minutes later through Fernandinho only for Raheem Sterling to steer Kieran Tierney's shot into his own net, but the England winger made amends with a superb turn and finish at the other end to level the match before half-time.
  • #500thTest: Ashwin stars as India crush Kiwis

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    They still need 229 wickets to overhaul India's target. Both the teams will now travel to Kolkata, where the second Test is scheduled to begin from Friday. The captain also spoke on how both Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja , who shared 16 of the 20 Kiwi wickets in the match, take lead when things do not pan out as planned.
  • Rick Porcello Rocked in Cleveland

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    Consider this, when Francisco Lindor hit Cleveland's third home run of the third inning, the decibel levels inside the stadium peaked at 101 - about the equivalent of a jet taking off at 1,000 feet at nearby Hopkins Airport. Pedroia fired his helmet in disgust as he went to the dugout but later said he overreacted. Later, Boston's fiery second baseman regretted his actions.
  • Tyson Fury: Billy Joe Saunders admits he fears for heavyweight's wellbeing

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    Fury failed a drugs test on September 22 before then pulling out of a rematch with Klitschko for a second time, citing mental issues. Troubled world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has admitted taking cocaine and drinking daily. "I'm going through a lot of personal demons, trying to shake them off", Fury said. Fury responded by posting a Photoshopped picture of himself as Tony Montana, the character played unforgettably by Al Pacino in "Scarface".
  • Truex dominates at Dover for 2nd Chase victory of season

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    Johnson and Elliott combined to lead 193 of 270 laps in the playoff opener at Chicagoland Speedway. Truex's late-season surge extended Sunday at Dover International Speedway for his second victory in the first three Chase races. "I think we've been fast enough these first two weeks to do it, but obviously you have to have some things go your way throughout this deal and you've got to execute your races and try to stay mistake free".
  • Arsene Wenger focused on Arsenal and refuses to talk about future

    Arsene Wenger focused on Arsenal and refuses to talk about future

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    Watch every minute of the Ryder Cup, plus Premier League football and the Malaysia Grand Prix on Sky Sports. "I'm completely focused on this club. It's hard to ignore him if you see him playing tonight but I will leave that to [caretaker England manager Gareth] Southgate now", said Wenger .
  • Sharapova's 2-yr ban for doping reduced by 9 months

    Sharapova's 2-yr ban for doping reduced by 9 months

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    NPR wrote that WADA banned the drug as of January 1, 2016, after noticing that entire teams were on meldonium , and this usually suggests that the drug is about enhancing performance and not for medical purposes. Now she can return on April 26, a month ahead of the French Open , a Grand Slam tournament she has won twice. While other supporters such as Nike, Tag Heuer and Porsche ended their deals with Sharapova , Head boasted: "We are proud to have stood by Maria for the right reasons ...
  • No more wonder goals, says Pique, as Spain face Italy

    No more wonder goals, says Pique, as Spain face Italy

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    And they are also one of the few with whom we have a negative balance. Ahead of this summer's last-16 tie at UEFA EURO 2016, Giorgio Chiellini had said: " Spain have been our nemesis since 2008". "Many teams in our position would have lost, but we drew, and we risked looking for a victor at the end". "We need to be clear that the quality will suffer in the long run".
  • City's winning run ends with 3-3 draw at Celtic

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    Pep Guardiola's Man City side have won all 10 of their games this season, across all competitions, making tonight's draw even sweeter for the Hoops. "Europe is so special, the teams are so strong and Celtic is an wonderful environment, we knew that but good lesson for future".