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Detroit Tigers GM Al Avila on rebuild Were going to get this done

MINNEAPOLIS — Al Avila has had a busy day. A bad day. Not the worst day, he concedes, but just before he was about to jump onto the elliptical for a much-needed workout, he received word that another one of his starting pitchers was headed to the disabled list. Now, they need two spot starters for this

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Michigan footballs Grant Perry striving to be good example for WRs

Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh takes more questions at Big Ten media days in Chicago on Monday, July 23, 2018. The 2017 season wasn't a banner year for Michigan football's wide receivers. The group tallied three touchdowns — the Wolverines threw for just nine total — and their leader in

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Diamondbacks Zack Godley Allows six runs against Padres

Godley allowed six runs on eight hits and four walks while striking out seven over five innings in a no-decision against the Padres on Saturday. The offense took him off the hook for the loss, but this was a sizable step back after Godley posted a 2.84 ERA, 1.04 WHIP and 35:8 K:BB in his first five starts

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A main focus of Orioles rebuild is to restore infield defense to being among baseballs best

Over the thump of batting practice bats in an empty ballpark before the Orioles wrapped their most recent homestand Wednesday at Camden Yards, third base coach Bobby Dickerson hollered instruction at his charges on the infield, jogging back and forth from the home plate area to their positions at times

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Junction Boys syndrome how college football fatalities became normalized

There’s no good reason for college football workouts to be dangerous, let alone fatal. Terrance Davis, left, and Sean Christie, right, drink water during football practice at the University of Maryland on Wednesday. Teammate Jordan McNair passed away 13 June after collapsing due to heat during an offseason

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