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What's New, NBA Remix Collection, Field of Dreams & Much More

February 26, 2020 Bleacher Report is expanding on its celebrity-designed capsule collection model with its new limited-edition apparel line called the NBA Remix Collection. The NBA Remix Collection consists of eight mashups between NBA teams and hip-hop artists who are from the same cities as the teams, including the Detroit Pistons with Big Sean, the […]

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Major League Baseball Headlines News & Notes

February 25, 2020 Luis Severino was confirmed on Tuesday to require Tommy John Surgery to repair his injured elbow, effectively ending his 2020 season before it has a chance to begin. Severino has been the Yankees’ most effective starting pitcher these last three seasons when healthy, and was expected to help anchor a much-improved rotation in 2020 […]

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Major League Baseball Headlines, News & Notes Lead By Astros Players Death Threats Spring Training Heats Up,

February 22, 2020 Josh Reddick says he and his Astros teammates have received death threats. The Chicago White Sox surprisingly sign reliever Aaron Bummer to huge 5-Year extension. Aubrey Huff says Astros will be beaned all year, ‘wear bulletproof vests!’ Dee Gordon plans to be the best player in the Seattle Mariners clubhouse in his […]

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Major League Baseball News & Notes, Fiers Death Threats, Arbitration Winners and Losers Lead The Way

February 21, 2020 Former Houston Astros pitcher Mike Fiers says he has received death threats after he exposed Astros’s 2017 sign-stealing scheme. “Whatever, I don’t care. I’ve dealt with a lot of death threats before. It’s just another thing on my plate,” the Oakland Athletics pitcher told the San Francisco Chronicle on Thursday. Houston Astros owner Jim Crane has had a less-than-ideal […]

ON THIS DAY ONE BIG THING WHAT'S NEW

One Big Thing, On This Day, What's New In Sports 1/23/20

January 23, 2020 One Big Thing: Derek Jeter, the longtime New York Yankees captain, appeared on 396 of 397 ballots cast by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America, falling just short of the record set last year when longtime Yankees teammate Mariano Rivera became the first unanimous selection. Jeter’s 99.7 voting percentage moved above Ken […]