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Tuesday, October 6, 2015


CC Sabathia checking into alcohol rehab, will miss playoffs

CC Sabathia will not be joining the New York Yankees as they begin their chase for a World Series championship Tuesday night, as the 35-year-old lefthander has announced he will be checking himself into an alcohol rehabilitation center. “Today I am checking myself into an alcohol rehabilitation center to receive the professional care and assistance…Read More

Joe Philbin fired by Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins have fired head coach Joe Philbin. Philbin, who had the Dolphins off to a 1-3 start this season and will finish his Miami career with a 24-28 record in three-plus seasons, met with team owner Stephen Ross on Monday. It was previously reported that defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle was more likely to…Read More

Did Ndamukong Suh wear sneakers to practice to anger Kevin Coyle?

Several Miami Dolphins players are reportedly unhappy with the scheme employed by defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle this season. Leave it to the highest-paid player on the team to express his frustrations in a childish manner. According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, Dolphins defenders had a closed-door meeting with Coyle last week to ask…Read More

Odell Beckham does it again but catch does not count (Video)

Odell Beckham Jr. just has a knack for making some of the toughest catches imaginable. Even when the plays don’t count, he’s still impressive with his ability to make one-handed grabs. In the fourth quarter of the New York Giants’ win over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, Beckham Jr. made one of his sick grabs…Read More

Did Ndamukong Suh kick Ryan Fitzpatrick in the head? (Video)

Questions are being asked once again of Ndamukong Suh after he seemed to kick Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick’s helmet off during Sunday’s game in London. Suh was in pursuit of Fitzpatrick, who was making a run to the sideline. With Fitzpatrick down on the ground, Suh ran toward him, but his left leg caught Fitzpatrick…Read More

Max Scherzer pitches second no-hitter of season (Video)

Back in June, Max Scherzer threw his first no-hitter of the season against the Pirates, an effort that saw him record 10 strikeouts. On Saturday, he was even better. The 31-year-old struck out Mets batters 17 times en route to his second no-hitter of 2015. The strikeout total is tied for the most in a…Read More

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