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Yahoo! Sports

  • Gary Bettman has announced plans to complete the NHL’s coronavirus-interrupted season with an expanded 24-team postseason, but one question persists: Why bother?Sites, dates and times are to be determined, but the National Hockey League is planning to complete its coronavirus-interrupted 2019-20 season at some point this summer with its best aspect by far, the Stanley […]
  • The second NASCAR Cup Series race at Charlotte has been postponed until Thursday night due to rainstorms in North Carolina
  • The former Atlanta Braves catcher died last weekend at age 66, a loss I couldn't let pass with a mere mention of his modest baseball achievements and a decade-long career spent mostly with some truly awful teams. My wife and I actually went on a quest to find him a few years ago – only […]
  • Baseball players appeared likely to propose more regular-season games this year while holding to their demand for full prorated salaries, people familiar with their deliberations told The Associated Press. Washington pitcher Max Scherzer, among eight players on the union's executive subcommittee, issued a statement late Wednesday night calling management's proposal for more salary cuts a […]
  • Lakers veteran guard Danny Green is keeping busy with podcasts, workouts and representing his teammates with the players' union during the coronavirus pandemic.

Bleacher Report

Five Thirty Eight Sports

  • ESPN recently finished airing a 10-part documentary, “The Last Dance,” that gave Michael Jordan the last word on his career narrative, solidifying his place atop the NBA’s GOAT hierarchy. And by the numbers, that’s exactly where MJ belongs. But now it’s time to give some love to another hoops GOAT, this one on the women’s […]
  • This week, the Hot Takedown crew examines the issues underlying the contentious salary negotiations between MLB owners and players, which could prevent the league from starting its season by the Fourth of July. The owners had proposed a 50/50 revenue split that was a nonstarter for several reasons. While a “salary cap”-style system isn’t awful […]
  • Wheelchair rugby used to be called Murderball, so that should tell you something about how the athletes feel about contact. Wheelchair basketball has its fair share of bangs and crashes, but it’s fairly similar to its “stand-up” counterpart. The two are among the most visible Paralympic sports, but how they inform their gameplay through statistics […]
  • The rebuilding Baltimore Orioles hope Adley Rutschman becomes the new face of the franchise. Dubbed the best MLB draft prospect since Bryce Harper by Baseball America, Rutschman was taken with the first overall pick last June, the first full-time catcher selected No. 1 since Joe Mauer in 2001. But he could also become a new […]
  • Opinions vary about how much college football recruiting matters, but it likely falls somewhere between irrelevant and all-encompassing. Each of the past 18 national champions has signed at least one top-10 recruiting class in the four years leading up to its title, but a highly ranked class guarantees nothing, which is how Appalachian State can […]