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Seipel's Improbable Journey Leads Him From Minnesota Crookston to the Minor Leagues
During a Spring Break trip to Kissimmee, Fla., Atlanta Braves scout Randy Briesacher, also a chiropractic physician and pitching coach for Century College in the Twin Cities, saw the progress Seipel had put in and was impressed how far the fireballer had come. So he sat and he waited and he focused on his phone, joined by his mom Kim and his girlfriend Kristina, trying to be patient and trying to avoid the negative thoughts pulsating through his brain trying to convince him that he wouldn't be drafted.
  #2,622 John Smoltz ,   #31,088 Zach Frazier , #6,795,293 Randy Briesacher ,   #406 Twin Cities
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England fans go crazy over Harry Kane's goal
Fans are delighted in Newcastle: England’s captain Hary Kane seals it for England! 5 seconds in... watch the lad fall through the roof after @HKane scores the winner for @England
  #436 Harry Kane , #6,795,293 Hary Kane ,   #591 Brooks Koepka
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Saudi Arabia's World Cup team plane catches fire in flight
Flames could be seen coming out of the engine of the Russian Airlines Airbus jet as the team was traveling to Rostov for its match on Wednesday vs. Uruguay. According to an official release from the Saudi national team's Twitter account, the players have all arrived safely at their hotel and "the fire was merely an accident."
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England breathes sigh of relief after uninspired win against lowly Tunisia
No team in the World Cup gets more publicity than England, no nation has a longer history with the game, and no fan base suffers disappointment on such a consistent and predictable basis. The squad’s latest bid to satiate its supporters and win a major tournament for just the second time, started in stuttering fashion, showing some early promise before frustration kicked in, before the evening, and all three points, was rescued late.
  #436 Harry Kane ,   #1,392 Gareth Southgate
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Xander Bogaerts appears to be putting it all together this season
That can make it a tough sell in this impatient age of social and antisocial media, which is why cockamamie corporate ideas like beginning extra innings with a runner on second base are given legitimate consideration. He’s been as good as Sox fans anticipated previously, fulfilling his promise with two differently excellent seasons in which he won the American League Silver Slugger award at shortstop both times.
  #35,374 Willie Stargell ,   #107,217 Above Replacement ,   #668 Felix Hernandez ,   #408 David Ortiz and 8 others (see all)
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7 minutes ago from washingtonpost.com
Robert Williams looks to bring defensive ability to Wizards, give them the athletic big they need
Although he struggled with scoring, averaging 10.4 points per game and shooting 63.2 percent from the field, Williams can move well off the ball — setting good screens and flying above the rim to catch alley-oops. He was also able to defend the perimeter after A&M head coach Billy Kennedy moved Tyler Davis into the lane, shutting down UNC’s offensive catalyst Theo Pinson.
  #1,111 Robert Williams ,   #3,526 Billy Kennedy
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7 minutes ago from highschoolsports.syracuse.com
Sandy Creek ace earns another first-team spot in Class C all-state softball
Sandy Creek pitcher Carly Stoker led a group of 26 softball players from Section III who were named to various all-state teams today. Stoker, who on Thursday night was honored as the All-Central New York softball Player of the Year, won 16 games and had a stingy ERA of 0.73 in 105 innings.
  #258,484 Michael Greenlar , #6,795,293 Cait Smith ,   #176,400 Brandi Feeney ,   #99,144 Jenna Wike and 16 others (see all)
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Civil rights groups urge NFL to reverse rule requiring players to stand for national anthem
The move comes after other players joined the effort of former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who in previous years chose to kneel during the national anthem as a form of protest against police brutality and racial inequality against people of color. “As national organizations we are uniting to make clear that we stand with those players who chose to use their platform to call attention to ongoing police shootings of unarmed people in our country," Clarke said.
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June 18, 2018
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – With the season in full swing and the halfway point of the schedule approaching, we take a look at some of our former players who are playing in the NWSL and some of the highlight performances from this past week. The Red Stars and Colaprico return to the pitch this weekend, against Utah as she will face former Virginia teammate Ratcliffe and fellow UVA alum Sauerbrunn on Saturday night at home.
  #7,164 Veronica Latsko ,   #10,403 Emily Sonnett
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9 minutes ago from angelosports.com
Norton Claims Second Straight Fred Jacoby Academic Athlete of the Year Award
SAN ANGELO – Rambelle Track and Field senior, Kami Norton , claimed the Fred Jacoby Female Academic Athlete of the Year award for the second consecutive year on Monday afternoon. Norton won national titles in the heptathlon and pentathlon, along with All-American honors in the long jump during the indoor and outdoor season.
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