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Paul Arriola thought a torn ACL would cost him the season for D.C. United. Now, maybe not

6 hours ago   |   The Washington Post

The U.S. national team player is recovering from ACL surgery in February.
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NHL monitoring situation before choosing where to play games

NHL monitoring situation before choosing where to play games

17 hours ago   |   Saint Louis Today

Concerns about Canadian coronavirus restrictions could push hockey south of the 49th parallel into the U.S. this summer.
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The Latest: Canucks considering moving training camp to U.S

The Latest: Canucks considering moving training camp to U.S

22 hours ago   |   Saint Louis Today

The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:
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Sport-On this day: Born May 28, 1888: Jim Thorpe, American athlete

1 day ago   |   National Post

Jim Thorpe, a two-time Olympic gold medallist and formidable American football and baseball player, was one of the greatest U.S. athletes of all time but the public often...
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Augenstein among those taking 5th year of NCAA eligibility

1 day ago   |   Saint Louis Today

The runner-up at the U.S. Amateur last summer, John Augenstein's plan was to play in the Masters, finish out his senior season at Vanderbilt, play the U.S. Open at Winged Foot...
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Bundesliga On Fox First To Use Artificial Crowd Noise For Dortmund, Bayern

1 day ago   |   Forbes   |   2 articles

During Tuesday afternoon's huge match between German soccer giants Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, the broadcast on FS1 became the first outlet in the U. S. to use...
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Pennsylvania man to plead guilty for $50G payment in ‘Varsity Blues' scam

2 days ago   |   Boston Herald   |   2 articles

A Pennsylvania man will plead guilty in federal court Tuesday to paying a Georgetown tennis coach more than $50,000 in exchange for attempting to recruit his daughter to the...
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Trump commemorates Memorial Day, defends decision to play golf

3 days ago   |   National Post

ARLINGTON - President Donald Trump paid tribute to fallen members of the U.S. military on Monday to mark the Memorial Day holiday while defending his decision to spend most of...
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NY governor says pro teams can resume training

3 days ago   |   NBC Sports

The New York City area was one of the hardest-hit parts of the U.S, but COVID-19 deaths and new infections in the state have been trending downward.
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White House Press Secretary: Golf Is Not OK While U.S. Mourns

White House Press Secretary: Golf Is Not OK While U.S. Mourns

3 days ago   |   The Huffington Post

Kayleigh McEnany was talking about Barack Obama, not Donald Trump. And she was referring to the death of journalist Daniel Pearl in 2002, when Obama was an Illinois state senator.
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Premier League plans June 17 restart after 100-day shutdown

Premier League plans June 17 restart after 100-day shutdown

MANCHESTER, England - The Premier League is planning to return on June 17 after a 100-day shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Read more ...

Patriots will regret not signing Cam Newton: Rodney Harrison

Patriots will regret not signing Cam Newton: Rodney Harrison

As free agent Cam Newton continues to search for a home in the NFL, at least one ex-Patriot believes the veteran quarterback would fit in well in New England. Former safety... Read more ...

LeBron James joins chorus of athletes speaking out about killing of George Floyd

LeBron James joins chorus of athletes speaking out about killing of George Floyd

NBA superstar LeBron James has joined the chorus of notable high-profile athletes who have voiced their outrage over the death of George Floyd. Read more ...

Scrums, mauls impacted as rugby approves law amendments

Scrums, mauls impacted as rugby approves law amendments

Optional law amendments limiting contact in scrums, the number of players in a maul, and the duration of rucks have been approved by World Rugby in the hope of reducing the... Read more ...

Basketball Hall of Fame ceremony pushed back to 2021

Basketball Hall of Fame ceremony pushed back to 2021

The coronavirus pandemic has caused another sporting event to be postponed. The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony has been pushed back to the... Read more ...

Penguins' Nick Bjugstad out for season after spinal surgery

Penguins' Nick Bjugstad out for season after spinal surgery

The Pittsburgh Penguins will head into whatever becomes of the NHL postseason without Nick Bjugstad, who underwent spinal surgery to repair a herniated disk. Read more ...

Packers' Jones says his contract status won't distract him

Packers' Jones says his contract status won't distract him

Packers running back Aaron Jones says he wants to remain in Green Bay for his entire career and that he won't let speculation about his future distract him as he enters the... Read more ...

MLB contracts signed by Mickey Mantle, Hank Aaron up for auction

MLB contracts signed by Mickey Mantle, Hank Aaron up for auction

An auction house is offering 15 vintage Major League Baseball contracts signed by some of the all-time greats. The contracts for sale include deals signed by Mickey Mantle with... Read more ...

Andrew Miller offers rare hope that 2020 MLB season will happen

Andrew Miller offers rare hope that 2020 MLB season will happen

Not every baseball player fears the 2020 season will be canceled. Former Yankees reliever and current Cardinal Andrew Miller, a prominent member of the players union, told The... Read more ...

Steve Yzerman says Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill keeping job

Steve Yzerman says Red Wings coach Jeff Blashill keeping job

Detroit Red Wings general manager Steve Yzerman is keeping coach Jeff Blashill despite another lackluster season. Read more ...