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Schmuck If Orioles recent history is our guide winter meetings will be a snoozefest

Baseball's winter meetings begin Sunday and — if history is our guide — Orioles fans should not expect much. Baseball operations chief Dan Duquette proved early in his tenure in Baltimore that he is not an early bird when it comes to upgrading the Orioles during the offseason. Here's a quick

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Week 14 NFL picks for the Suns handicapping contest

With as evenly matched as the NFC Playoffs project, the pair of first-round byes appears even more valuable than normal. A frontrunner for one of the spots will emerge this afternoon in Los Angeles after a battle between two of the teams vying for a guaranteed home game in the divisional round. The NFC

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Report Troy football staffer joining Pruitt at Tennessee

A really successful former Alabama high school coach (Jeremy Pruitt) is now Tennessee’s head football coach. And he’s bringing another really successful former Alabama high school coach with him to Knoxville. Todd Watson, the director of football operations and high school relations at Troy, has “accepted a position” at Tennessee, according to a Saturday tweet from Justin McNelley of Alabama’s WDFX-TV. McNelley’s tweet said his information came directly from Troy coach Neal Brown. It’s not clear what specific role Watson would have at Tennessee, but something in the football operations and/or high-school relations department would be a logical place to start. Watson just finished his third season

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Its killing Derek Jeter that he might be helping the Yankees

Here in New York, we know better. Derek Jeter as a double agent, working to help his old team? That would make as much sense as suggesting the former Yankees captain would use Alex Rodriguez as his “Phone a friend” were he to ever appear on “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” You can bet a year's worth

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