9:00 AM ET Sam MillerESPN.com Close ESPN baseball columnist/feature writerFormer editor-in-chief of Baseball ProspectusCo-author of “The Only Rule Is It Has To Work” Introductory news conferences to announce a free-agent signing can get crazy quickly, and — given how unpredictable baseball performance is — it often takes no more than a year before the most
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7:41 AM ET Ohio State is seeking a trademark on one of the most common words in the English language. The school, formally known as The Ohio State University, is seeking a trademark on the word “The” for use on clothing and hats. According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the filing was made
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7:41 AM ET Ohio State is seeking a trademark on one of the most common words in the English language. The school, formally known as The Ohio State University, is seeking a trademark on the word “The” for use on clothing and hats. According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the filing was made
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5:54 AM ET Over a series of email exchanges on Tuesday and Wednesday, the All India Tennis Association (AITA) has expressly requested the International Tennis Federation (ITF) board of directors to consider either of two options with regard to next month’s India-Pakistan Davis Cup tie – Postpone to November/December this year or “suo moto” shift
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10:38 PM ET Tom Marshall Josef Martinez netted the winning goal to hand Atlanta United a 3-2 victory over Club America and lift the 2019 Campeones Cup after an epic game in Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Martinez netted MLS champion Atlanta’s third from the penalty spot in the 65th, having seen a first-half penalty saved. The Campeones
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1:45 AM ET LOS ANGELES — USA Basketball coach Gregg Popovich said what former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has done to bring light to social justice and racial inequality “was a very patriotic thing.” Popovich, the longtime coach of the San Antonio Spurs, has spoken multiple times in the past about Kaepernick, who
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12:34 AM ET Liberty first-year coach Hugh Freeze is away from the team while undergoing treatment for severe back spasms. Freeze, 49, has been unable to attend training camp practices since Sunday, according to the team. He’s expected to return to practice as soon as the back spasms subside. Liberty had workouts Monday and Tuesday
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12:07 AM ET NAPA, Calif. — Oakland Raiders receiver Antonio Brown offered the most detailed — and graphic — description of his frostbitten feet yet. It was on Tuesday night’s episode of “Hard Knocks,” when Brown took off his socks and shoes — “Wanna see it?” he teased the camera — to show the peeling
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5:27 PM ET Nathan Eovaldi was used in the bottom of the eighth inning in Tuesday’s win over the Cleveland Indians, postponing his return to the Red Sox‘s starting rotation. Eovaldi was slated to make his first start in weeks against the Indians on Wednesday. However, manager Alex Cora decided to use Eovaldi to get
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10:42 PM ET Associated Press ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Coach Jim Harbaugh is lashing out at Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell, who says Michigan didn’t support a transfer’s attempt to immediately play for the Bearcats. Harbaugh said Tuesday he told Fickell he wouldn’t lie about what he knew regarding the transfer of James Hudson. Fickell told
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9:53 PM ET Steve KimESPN LOS ANGELES — Oscar De La Hoya, founder of Golden Boy Promotions, said he was confident that a trilogy fight between Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin will happen. De La Hoya made the statement during a rare public appearance on Tuesday to announce the company’s Sept. 14 card that will
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