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Yadier Molina receives first intentional walk without any pitches

The first unconventional walk was issued in Major League Baseball, as the Cardinals’ Yadier Molina was given a free pass without a pitch being thrown. With the score tied 3-3 in the bottom of the ninth and a runner on second in the season opener between the Cardinals and defending champion Cubs, Chicago manager Joe Maddon elected to issue a ...

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Yadier Molina receives first intentional walk without any pitches

The first unconventional walk was issued in Major League Baseball, as the Cardinals’ Yadier Molina was given a free pass without a pitch being thrown. With the score tied 3-3 in the bottom of the ninth and a runner on second in the season opener between the Cardinals and defending champion Cubs, Chicago manager Joe Maddon elected to issue a ...

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NYC First Lady calls out GOP misogyny in Planned Parenthood bid

City first Lady Chirlane McCray said Sunday that the U.S. Senate’s decision allowing states to block family planning funds to Planned Parenthood was made by men who are “the champions of this misogyny.” “I don’t know how they can look their wives, their sisters, their mothers in the eye after doing this, because when women are denied a basic service ...

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Gonzaga tops South Carolina to make first title game

South Carolina’s magical run is over. Behind a game-high 23 points from Nigel Williams-Goss, No. 1-seed Gonzaga outlasted the No. 7-seed Gamecocks, 77-73, in the Final Four Saturday to earn a spot in Monday night’s championship game. The Zags will play either North Carolina or Oregon, the two teams squaring off in the other national semifinal. South Carolina trailed by ...

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Gary Sanchez trying to contain excitement for first Opening Day

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — One year ago, Gary Sanchez was ticketed for Scranton, headed back to Triple-A after failing to make the Yankees’ roster out of spring training. Think about how much the circumstances and expectations have fast-forwarded now for the slugging phenom, who will be the Bombers’ Opening Day catcher on Sunday against the Rays after his breakout performance ...

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Cuomo's first presidential test: Raise the age in N.Y.

When bipartisan legislation in North Carolina passes, New York could be left as the last state in the nation where 16- and 17-year-olds are tried as adults in criminal courts. Fortunately, there is an opportunity for New York to save itself from that dubious distinction. In the coming days, the State Senate will vote on a budget that should include ...

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Chrissy Teigen Puts Finishing Touches on Luna's First Birthday Cake (VIDEO)

Chrissy TeigenTakes the Cake …Let Luna Eat Frosting!! 3/31/2017 5:43 PM PDT Chrissy Teigen‘s not one to get iced out of the fun … so she took the pastry bag into her own hands to add the finishing touches to her daughter Luna‘s birthday cake. We got Chrissy at Duff’s Cakemix in West Hollywood … looking like she’s having a blast ...

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Greg Bird earns Yankees’ starting first baseman job

TAMPA — Greg Bird came in as the favorite to win the everyday job at first base. And, as expected, it appears he has. “Yeah, I don’t see anything changing that,” Joe Girardi said Wednesday. Bird has had an incredible spring for the Yankees after missing all of last season due to a shoulder injury. The 23-year-old is hitting .421 ...

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Maths teacher to leave everything to first person to solve tricky mathematical equation

Adyin Cerit, 59, who lives in the port city of Samsun in northern Turkey’s Samsun Province, had set a deadline of 6pm, local time, on May 19, 2017 for someone to come up with the answer, but so far it appears that no one has figured it out yet. He said the first person to crack the equation will inherit ...

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United States beats Japan to reach its first ever WBC final

LOS ANGELES — Brandon Crawford scored the tiebreaking run when Nobuhiro Matsuda bobbled Adam Jones’ grounder to third in the eighth inning, and the United States reached the championship game of the World Baseball Classic for the first time by beating Japan 2-1 on Tuesday night at rainy Dodger Stadium. Andrew McCutchen drove in an early run for the U.S., ...

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