CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Indians offense continued to whisper sweet nothings Saturday night at Target Field.
Carlos Carrasco, backed by an adequate offense, would have had a chance to beat the Twins. But there is nothing adequate about the Indians offense through the first nine games of the season, which was more than illuminated by their 3-0 loss to Minnesota.
The Indians have scored 25 runs so far this season. Theyre averaging 2.78 runs per game. If their starting pitching had been average ins…
Brad Keselowski dominates New Hampshire for third Cup win of season – ESPN
Brad Keselowski won at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday for his third victory of the NASCAR season and 33rd of his career. Keselowski dominated the race’s final stage and beat Denny Hamlin by 1.647 seconds.
LOUDON, N.H. — With about 70 laps to go in his back-and-forth battle against Brad Keselowski, Denny Hamlin radioed in to his team: “This is awesome racing.”
Imagine how Keselowski felt.
The 2012 Cup champion took the checkered flag at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday, beating Hamlin by 1.647 seconds after trading the lead with him for most of the 301-lap race.
The two swapped stage wins and held the lead a combined 18 times before Keselowski claimed his third victory since the sport re…
2019-20 NHL Stanley Cup odds and playoff probabilities – The Athletic
The NHL has a return-to-play plan and here you will find each team’s odds of advancing to each round, including winning the Stanley Cup.
Welcome to our NHL playoff probabilities page where you will find each team’s likelihood of advancing to each round, including winning the Stanley Cup.The projections are based on 50,000 simulations of the playoffs, which factors in each team’s projected strength, current health, and their expected playoff path including re-seeding. Due to this year’s playoffs being played in two neutral hub cities, “home-ice” advantage was estimated by using half the measured effect of controlled matchups and r…
Magic forward Jonathan Isaac has torn ACL in left knee – ESPN
Jonathan Isaac tore the ACL in his left knee on Sunday, the Magic announced.
Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac tore the ACL in his left knee on Sunday, the team announced.
Isaac drove the lane and did a hop step between two defenders against the Kings. He then immediately fell to the floor in pain, untouched, while clutching his left knee with 9:19 left in the fourth quarter during the Magic’s 132-116 win.
Isaac had his head in his hands as he was wheeled off the court accompanied by Magic president of basketball operations Jeff Weltman.
It was Isaac’s second game …
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