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11 Dec 18
subsplanpor1985

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11 Dec 18
Viral News Trends

Abbie Parr/Getty Images The Minnesota Vikings offense is awful under the supervision of John DeFilippo, and quarterback Kirk Cousins hasn’t played anywhere near a level to validate his three-year, fully guaranteed $84 million contract. DeFilippo and Cousins both fooled the Vikings organization.  General manager Rick Spielman discussed the hiring of DeFilippo with NFL Network in […]

11 Dec 18
Archy news nety

The 2018 winter meetings have arrived. The four most challenging days of the offseason start on Monday at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. The representatives of all 30 teams are in one place, as are most of the agents, which means that negotiations are inevitable. To help you prepare for the winter meetings we have […]

11 Dec 18
iPhillySports

Referee Clete Blakeman explained the reason the Eagles werent awarded the ball on the opening kick vs. Dallas, but a former official disputed that claim as a guest on Philly Sports Talk. By Dave Zangaro from NBC Sports Philadelphia Philadelphia Eagles Feed https://ift.tt/2PxFMeO via IFTTT

11 Dec 18
UltraSports.TV

Vegas — Day 1 of the Winter Meetings went virtually as expected to the Marlins. The company spent a lot of their very first full day measuring commerce interest in All-Star catcher J.T. Realmuto. There isn’t any lack of clubs at the mix to arguably the best catcher in the sport. Vegas — Day 1 […]

11 Dec 18
iPhillySports

The Vikings continue to be intrinsically connected to the Eagles. With the NFC top-seeded Rams looking beatable Sunday night and the Vikings shut down by Seattle Monday, things maybe falling into place if the Eagles can do their part. And with three weeks of football remaining, Birds’ fans may have found much-needed reassurance and a […]

11 Dec 18
iPhillySports

Like the July trade deadline, the Winter Meetings bring us so many rumors. The trick is sifting through the B.S. and the posturing from agents or front office execs to find something close to the truth.  But if you’re a Phillies fan, this is the offseason and the winter meetings you’ve been waiting for. So […]

11 Dec 18
Toronto Sun

Life isn’t always fair. Most people over the age of 18 recognize that. When it comes to wagering on sports though, it is supposed to be a level playing field. Pun fully intended. However, there is one aspect of risking money on sports that is inherently wrong and it reared its ugly head in a […]

11 Dec 18
The baseball bats fanatic

Before the Phillies traded Carlos Santana to the Mariners as part of the Jean Segura deal, Rockies GM Jeff Bridich told reporters (including The Athletic’s Nick Groke and Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post) that his team had also been in talks about the veteran first baseman.  We heard this morning that Colorado was likely […]

11 Dec 18
Orange County Register
[cq comment=”Fletcher says to make this the lead to Angels’ print file … then use what you can from his OTHER file in WP below it”]LAS VEGAS — Although the Angels have been unable to land any significant pitching help this winter, they were reportedly chasing two of the winter’s biggest prizes before they went elsewhere. The Angels were one of four finalists for Nate Eovaldi before he re-signed with the World Series champion Boston Red Sox, according to NBC Sports Boston. The Angels also quietly pursued Patrick Corbin, who ended up signing with the Washington Nationals, according to Ken Rosenthal of the Athletic. The Philadelphia Phillies and New York Yankees were both public in their pursuit of Corbin, who is a native of upstate New York. Both of those players came off the board a week after the Angels came up just short in trying to bring back Garrett Richards, who signed with the San Diego Padres. General Manager Billy Eppler, who wouldn’t refer to any deals specifically, said he’s not upset with the way the offseason has gone so far. “I hold no frustrations at this time,” he said. Eppler added that the Angels assign a value to all potential acquisitions, and will make deals when the cost matches the value. “We’re comfortable with our positions on things,” he said. “If it works out, it works out. If it doesn’t, it doesn’t.” Corbin signed a six-year, $140-million deal, and Eovaldi for four years and $68 million. If the Angels were in the neighborhood on those deals, it would suggest they have the resources to make significant additions. The Angels are also involved with Japanese left-hander Yusei Kikuchi, according to a source. The level of their involvement is unknown, though. The Angels have presumably checked in on almost all the prominent starting pitchers available. While those close calls all involved free agents, Eppler said Monday that the first day of the winter meetings involved more trade discussions. Eppler, who likes using football analogies when describing the Angels’ process toward moves, said: “We could kick a field goal if we wanted to, but let’s go for a touchdown.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]
11 Dec 18
Press Telegram
[cq comment=”Fletcher says to make this the lead to Angels’ print file … then use what you can from his OTHER file in WP below it”]LAS VEGAS — Although the Angels have been unable to land any significant pitching help this winter, they were reportedly chasing two of the winter’s biggest prizes before they went elsewhere. The Angels were one of four finalists for Nate Eovaldi before he re-signed with the World Series champion Boston Red Sox, according to NBC Sports Boston. The Angels also quietly pursued Patrick Corbin, who ended up signing with the Washington Nationals, according to Ken Rosenthal of the Athletic. The Philadelphia Phillies and New York Yankees were both public in their pursuit of Corbin, who is a native of upstate New York. Both of those players came off the board a week after the Angels came up just short in trying to bring back Garrett Richards, who signed with the San Diego Padres. General Manager Billy Eppler, who wouldn’t refer to any deals specifically, said he’s not upset with the way the offseason has gone so far. “I hold no frustrations at this time,” he said. Eppler added that the Angels assign a value to all potential acquisitions, and will make deals when the cost matches the value. “We’re comfortable with our positions on things,” he said. “If it works out, it works out. If it doesn’t, it doesn’t.” Corbin signed a six-year, $140-million deal, and Eovaldi for four years and $68 million. If the Angels were in the neighborhood on those deals, it would suggest they have the resources to make significant additions. The Angels are also involved with Japanese left-hander Yusei Kikuchi, according to a source. The level of their involvement is unknown, though. The Angels have presumably checked in on almost all the prominent starting pitchers available. While those close calls all involved free agents, Eppler said Monday that the first day of the winter meetings involved more trade discussions. Eppler, who likes using football analogies when describing the Angels’ process toward moves, said: “We could kick a field goal if we wanted to, but let’s go for a touchdown.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]
11 Dec 18
Whittier Daily News
[cq comment=”Fletcher says to make this the lead to Angels’ print file … then use what you can from his OTHER file in WP below it”]LAS VEGAS — Although the Angels have been unable to land any significant pitching help this winter, they were reportedly chasing two of the winter’s biggest prizes before they went elsewhere. The Angels were one of four finalists for Nate Eovaldi before he re-signed with the World Series champion Boston Red Sox, according to NBC Sports Boston. The Angels also quietly pursued Patrick Corbin, who ended up signing with the Washington Nationals, according to Ken Rosenthal of the Athletic. The Philadelphia Phillies and New York Yankees were both public in their pursuit of Corbin, who is a native of upstate New York. Both of those players came off the board a week after the Angels came up just short in trying to bring back Garrett Richards, who signed with the San Diego Padres. General Manager Billy Eppler, who wouldn’t refer to any deals specifically, said he’s not upset with the way the offseason has gone so far. “I hold no frustrations at this time,” he said. Eppler added that the Angels assign a value to all potential acquisitions, and will make deals when the cost matches the value. “We’re comfortable with our positions on things,” he said. “If it works out, it works out. If it doesn’t, it doesn’t.” Corbin signed a six-year, $140-million deal, and Eovaldi for four years and $68 million. If the Angels were in the neighborhood on those deals, it would suggest they have the resources to make significant additions. The Angels are also involved with Japanese left-hander Yusei Kikuchi, according to a source. The level of their involvement is unknown, though. The Angels have presumably checked in on almost all the prominent starting pitchers available. While those close calls all involved free agents, Eppler said Monday that the first day of the winter meetings involved more trade discussions. Eppler, who likes using football analogies when describing the Angels’ process toward moves, said: “We could kick a field goal if we wanted to, but let’s go for a touchdown.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]
11 Dec 18
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
[cq comment=”Fletcher says to make this the lead to Angels’ print file … then use what you can from his OTHER file in WP below it”]LAS VEGAS — Although the Angels have been unable to land any significant pitching help this winter, they were reportedly chasing two of the winter’s biggest prizes before they went elsewhere. The Angels were one of four finalists for Nate Eovaldi before he re-signed with the World Series champion Boston Red Sox, according to NBC Sports Boston. The Angels also quietly pursued Patrick Corbin, who ended up signing with the Washington Nationals, according to Ken Rosenthal of the Athletic. The Philadelphia Phillies and New York Yankees were both public in their pursuit of Corbin, who is a native of upstate New York. Both of those players came off the board a week after the Angels came up just short in trying to bring back Garrett Richards, who signed with the San Diego Padres. General Manager Billy Eppler, who wouldn’t refer to any deals specifically, said he’s not upset with the way the offseason has gone so far. “I hold no frustrations at this time,” he said. Eppler added that the Angels assign a value to all potential acquisitions, and will make deals when the cost matches the value. “We’re comfortable with our positions on things,” he said. “If it works out, it works out. If it doesn’t, it doesn’t.” Corbin signed a six-year, $140-million deal, and Eovaldi for four years and $68 million. If the Angels were in the neighborhood on those deals, it would suggest they have the resources to make significant additions. The Angels are also involved with Japanese left-hander Yusei Kikuchi, according to a source. The level of their involvement is unknown, though. The Angels have presumably checked in on almost all the prominent starting pitchers available. While those close calls all involved free agents, Eppler said Monday that the first day of the winter meetings involved more trade discussions. Eppler, who likes using football analogies when describing the Angels’ process toward moves, said: “We could kick a field goal if we wanted to, but let’s go for a touchdown.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-section”]