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May 29th, 2019 Welcome back, even politics can’t compete with NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Finals and MLB daily news. 1. What’s New About 14.77 million people went to Broadway shows last season. That’s five million more people than went to Yankees, Mets, Knicks, Nets, Rangers, Islanders, Giants and Jets games combined. NFLPA executive director DeMaurice […]

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Bellinger Stays Hot, Blues Up 2-1, Nuggets and 76ers Win, Twins Hit 50th HR

Michael Bari Show Daily April 30th, 2019 Welcome back have a great Tuesday! What’s New: The NCAA Wrestling Rules Committee recommended allowing wrestlers to compete in shorts designed for the sport and removing all language in the rules book regarding the length of a wrestler’s hair. The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel has approved hydration […]

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Bruins Win Game 7, Sharks Win OT Thriller, Raptors & Trail Blazers Win, NFL Draft

MICHAEL BARI SHOW DAILY April 24th, 2019 Welcome back, NFL Draft time tomorrow! WHAT’S NEW: According to Phil Matier of the San Francisco Chronicle, the Oakland A’s and Alameda County have reached a deal that will see the county receive $85 million from the team in exchange for its half-ownership stake in the 155-acre site. […]

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MANNY MACHADO SIGNS 300 MILLION DOLLAR DEAL, BRYCE HARPER IS NEXT

Photo: Sporting News That’s according to former MLB general manager Jim Bowden, who joined CBS Sports HQ on Tuesday to report on the fallout of Machado’s reported $300 million deal with the San Diego Padres. Following up on previous indications that Bryce Harper, the former Washington Nationals star, might be nearing his own contract with the NL East rival Philadelphia Phillies, Bowden said that […]

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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL NEWS & NOTES

As Jacob deGrom rumbles into the final stretch of his best season ever, his manager knows “he’s probably going to experience something that he’s never experienced before.” A pitching coach during both of Corey Kluber’s American League Cy Young Award seasons in Cleveland, Mickey Callaway recalls the shift in Kluber’s demeanor during his final half-dozen starts those years. […]