8:26 AM ET You love baseball. Tim Kurkjian loves baseball. So while we await its return, every day we’ll provide you with a story or two tied to this date in baseball history. ON THIS DATE IN 1950, Tippy Martinez was born. Martinez was a very good reliever; he had a 3.45 ERA and 115
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8:48 PM ET NBA Insiders Who are the favorites for MVP, Rookie of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year and the other major NBA awards for the 2019-20 season? The league is expected to approve a return-to-play plan on Thursday, with growing support for a 22-team field that likely will play regular-season and play-in
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8:04 PM ET Associated Press BRISTOL, Tenn. — Brad Keselowski inherited his second win of the season when Chase Elliott and Joey Logano collided as they raced for the victory on Sunday at Bristol Motor Speedway. Keselowski was in third with a lap and a turn remaining when he lucked into his second victory in
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3:34 PM ET As the country continues to grasp the aftermath of George Floyd’s death, North Carolina Central men’s basketball head coach LeVelle Moton said the silence of white Power Five basketball and football coaches is alarming. On ESPN Radio, nearly a week after Floyd died in police custody in Minneapolis on Memorial Day, Moton
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9:31 PM ET There probably weren’t too many Australians who had heard of the coronavirus in early January. Instead, the nation’s focus was on the devastating bushfires wreaking havoc around the country. For months, Australia quite literally burned. Human and animal lives were lost and livelihoods destroyed. The horrific scenes sparked international headlines and countless
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8:21 PM ET Associated Press DALLAS — Curtis Cokes, the Hall of Fame welterweight who became Dallas’ first world champion in 1966, has died. He was 82. Erwin “Sparky” Sparks, Cokes’ partner at Dallas’ Home of Champions gym, told The Dallas Morning News that Cokes died Friday after a week in hospice. Cokes took the
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