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Professional Hockey | March 30, 2017
Skidding Pens fall to Chicago
PITTSBURGH — Patrick Kane darted behind the Pittsburgh Penguins net, seemingly intent on trying to bend a wraparound past Marc-Andre Fleury.
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Professional Golf | March 30, 2017
Scott prepping for Masters
HUMBLE, Texas — Adam Scott is back at the Shell Houston Open for the first time in seven years with a change in strategy for the majors.
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Professional Baseball | March 30, 2017
Polanco missing Bucs’ Canada trip
BRADENTON, Fla. — Pirates outfielder Gregory Polanco will not travel with the team when it heads north today for two exhibition games in Montreal.
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Professional Hockey | March 29, 2017
Injuries taking toll on Penguins
PITTSBURGH — Ron Hainsey arrived in Pittsburgh from Carolina a month ago on the verge of reaching the playoffs for the first time in his 14-year career.
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Professional Football | March 29, 2017
Speed up and celebrate?
PHOENIX — Time to celebrate?
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Professional Baseball | March 28, 2017
Pirates looking for relief through playing
PITTSBURGH — Considering the way the last six months have gone for the Pittsburgh Pirates, simply playing meaningful games should provide a measure of relief.
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Professional Golf | March 28, 2017
Day remains uncertain of Masters status as mother continues battling cancer
AVONDALE, La. — PGA Tour star Jason Day expects to arrive in Augusta, Georgia, on Friday to start practicing for the Masters, but said he could pull still out of the season’s first major, depending on his mother’s prognosis following surgery for lung cancer last week.
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Professional Football | March 28, 2017
Raiders approved for Vegas
SAN LEANDRO, Calif. — Ivan Davis stared stone-faced at the television as the news came down that the Oakland Raiders would be moving to Las Vegas and was asked if he was a fan of the team.
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Professional Baseball | March 28, 2017
Pirate homers top Twins, 4-1
Andrew McCutchen launched a two-run homer, his first of the spring, and Adam Frazier added a solo shot as part of a three-run first for Pittsburgh in a 4-1 Grapefruit League win over Minnesota.
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Butler Eagle Online Professional Hockey | March 27, 2017
Flyers refuse to stay grounded
PITTSBURGH — The Philadelphia Flyers are trying to balance desperation and cool heads as they make a last-gasp, late-season run at a spot in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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Professional Football | March 27, 2017
Raiders likely to get NFL’s OK for Vegas move
PHOENIX — Barring an unforeseen obstacle, the Oakland Raiders seem certain to get approval today to relocate to Las Vegas .
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Butler Eagle Online Professional Auto Racing | March 27, 2017
Larson adds to points lead
FONTANA, Calif. — A blistering first in qualifying. A surprising first in the Xfinity Series race.
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Butler Eagle Online Professional Golf | March 27, 2017
Clearly No. 1
AUSTIN, Texas — Dustin Johnson has been around long enough to realize he’s not going to win every golf tournament he plays.
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Butler Eagle Online Professional Hockey | March 25, 2017
Islanders clip Penguins in shootout
PITTSBURGH — Embattled goaltender Jaroslav Halak is glad to be back and contributing to the New York Islanders’ run to the playoffs.
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Professional Golf | March 25, 2017
A day of dominance, survival at Match Play
AUSTIN, Texas — Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson showed the simple side to the Dell Technologies Match Play. For three straight days in warmth, wind or rain, they built early leads and never let anyone get close to them in advancing out of their groups to the knockout stage.
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Professional Hockey | March 25, 2017
Hockey pros may not go to Olympics
CHICAGO — The International Olympic Committee and hockey’s governing body will have to make concessions before the NHL sends the world’s best players to the Winter Games in South Korea next year, commissioner Gary Bettman said on Friday.
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Professional Baseball | March 25, 2017
Pirates’ Kang denied visa to enter country
BRADENTON, Fla. — According to an unconfirmed South Korean report, Jung Ho Kang has been denied a visa to enter the United States after a DUI conviction, his third, resulted in a suspended sentence.
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Professional Hockey | March 24, 2017
Pens bested on road
OTTAWA, Ontario — The Ottawa Senators got a big win, but lost a player in the process.
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Professional Football | March 24, 2017
NFL considering proposed changes
NEW YORK — NFL owners will consider proposals next week to cut regular-season overtime from 15 minutes to 10; eliminate players leaping over the line on kick plays; and expansion of coaches’ challenges and what can be reviewed by officials.
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Professional Baseball | March 24, 2017
Bucs’ Kang likely out of 2017 opener
FORT MYERS, Fla. —Asked about whether it is reasonable to rule out Jung Ho Kang for Opening Day, Pirates general manager Neal Huntington said, “We’re pretty much there.”
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