Saturday, May 28 2022


Dodgers Aim to Revive Kershaw With Bauer Out for Playoff Run

Max Scherzer was nearly perfect for the Los Angeles Dodgers Sunday. With his nine strikeouts of the San Diego Padres in an 8-0 victory at Dodger Stadium, he became the 19th pitcher in Major League Baseball history to reach the 3,000 whiff plateau. He needed six and is now sitting at 3,003. Next up, Clayton […]

Source: Yahoo Sports


Why the NBA's proposal to limit replay reviews in the final two minutes is a step in the right direction


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