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Baker on Astros' loss: 'Our team doesn't worry'

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Wednesday, 27 October 2021 09:24
HOUSTON -- The Astros lost their fifth consecutive World Series home game dating back to 2019 as they dropped Game 1 of the 2021 Fall Classic to the Braves 6-2 on Tuesday night.Lefty starter Framber Valdez struggled while Astros stars Jose Altuve, Alex Bregman and Carlos Correa went a combined 0-for-12 at the plate."Our team doesn't worry, and our team's…
HOUSTON -- Inside the training room of the visiting clubhouse at Minute Maid Park during Game 1 of the World Series, friends kept dropping by to apologize to Atlanta Braves pitcher Charlie Morton for his misfortune. His response to them, and to others who reached out and wished him well after a comebacker broke his leg, was the same: "I'm…

Ohtani gets rarely-given award for historic season

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Tuesday, 26 October 2021 20:24
HOUSTON -- Shohei Ohtani was presented with the Commissioner's Historic Achievement Award less than an hour before the start of the 2021 World Series on Tuesday night, a trophy with few recipients to commemorate a season without equal.Ohtani wore all black, sat next to Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred and received the gold trophy almost reluctantly."I'm not really sure…

Manfred defers on Braves' use of chop gesture

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Tuesday, 26 October 2021 20:24
HOUSTON -- Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred is deferring to the Native American community in and around Atlanta on whether it's appropriate for the Braves to be encouraging the tomahawk chop gesture when the World Series is there for Games 3-5 this weekend."It's important to understand we have 30 markets around the country," Manfred said before Game 1 between…

Morton fractures fibula, will miss rest of Series

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Tuesday, 26 October 2021 20:25
HOUSTON -- Charlie Morton will miss the remainder of the World Series after fracturing his right fibula during his Game 1 start against the Houston Astros on Tuesday night.The 37-year-old Morton was hit in the right ankle by a 102.4 mph one-hopper off the bat of Astros first baseman Yuli Gurriel in the second inning.He remained in the game, delivering…

Soccer

Neymar stretched off with gruesome ankle injury

Neymar stretched off with gruesome ankle injury

Paris Saint-Germain winger Neymar was stretchered off with an ankle injury on Sunday in his side's 3...

Haaland back with a goal, Ronaldo benched

Haaland back with a goal, Ronaldo benched

Another packed weekend of action saw Erling Haaland return to action with a goal, more evidence of t...

Tuchel rues Chelsea letting Man United off the hook

Tuchel rues Chelsea letting Man United off the hook

LONDON -- Chelsea spent last season searching for a clinical goal scorer to help sustain a Premier L...

Basketball

'Fired me up': Non-call fuels Curry in Warriors' win

'Fired me up': Non-call fuels Curry in Warriors' win

Stephen Curry was angry at the officials during Sunday's 105-90 victory over the Clippers in Los Ang...

Jenkins: Morant avoided 'significant' knee injury

Jenkins: Morant avoided 'significant' knee injury

Memphis Grizzlies star Ja Morant avoided a serious knee injury but is expected to miss at least a "c...

Baseball

Sources: Jays give Gausman 5-year, $110M deal

Sources: Jays give Gausman 5-year, $110M deal

Right-handed starting pitcher Kevin Gausman and the Toronto Blue Jays are in agreement on a five-yea...

Grading Semien's new deal: Is the new Rangers shortstop worth his big contract?

Grading Semien's new deal: Is the new Rangers shortstop worth his big contract?

Raise your hand if, like me, you uttered something unprintable when you heard the reported terms of...

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