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6:00 AM ETTurron DavenportESPN Close Covered Eagles for USA Today Covered the Ravens for Baltimore Times Played college football at Cheyney UniversityNASHVILLE, Tenn. -- It was business as usual in Week 17 for Ryan Tannehill and A.J. Brown. The Tennessee Titans quarterback dropped back to launch a deep pass from the 3-yard line …
BOSTON -- Red Sox All-Star Xander Bogaerts, addressing the sign-stealing scandal that cost Boston manager Alex Cora his job, said Thursday that he doesn't believe MLB's investigation of the team's alleged practices in 2018 taints their World Series title."Nah, absolutely not," Bogaerts said. "We came to the park every day, we worked hard, we …
The Houston Astros' illegal use of technology fueled further speculation Thursday that the team's players took their methods a step further by wearing concealed devices that notified them of certain pitches.In response, Major League Baseball said Thursday it "explored wearable devices during the investigation [of the Astros] but found no evidence to substantiate it."An …
The Astros' illegal use of technology fueled further speculation Thursday that Houston players took their methods a step further by wearing concealed devices that notified them of certain pitches, including this past season.In response, Major League Baseball said Thursday it "explored wearable devices during the investigation (into the Astros) but found no evidence to …
The Houston Astros and outfielder George Springer agreed Thursday to a one-year deal to avoid arbitration, owner and chairman Jim Crane announced.Financial terms were not disclosed but MLB.com is reporting the deal is worth $21 million. Springer, 30, had been seeking $22.5 million in arbitration while the Astros had been offering $17.5 million.Springer was …
Jan 15, 2020Alden GonzalezCloseESPN Staff WriterJoined ESPN in 2016 to cover the Los Angeles Rams Previously covered the Angels for MLB.comJesse RogersCloseESPN Staff WriterJesse joined ESPN Chicago in September 2009 and covers the Chicago Cubs for ESPNChicago.com and ESPN Radio 1000.Two of the game's brightest minds, Alex Cora and AJ Hinch, are now unemployed, forced …
The headlines news across baseball this week have not been particularly happy, with scandals dominating the news and accomplished people losing their jobs. January is usually a slow time on the baseball calendar -- a good month for a vacation -- with the occasional trade or free-agent signing to keep us engaged. This extra …