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Harper: I Want to Bring a Title Back to DC (VIDEO)

The Philadelphia Phillies introduced Bryce Harper on Saturday after signing him to a 13-year, $330 million deal. Harper said mostly all the right things, talking about being happy to be in Philly, talking about recruiting other free

Professional Pitcher Tyler Badamo Joins Us (AUDIO)

‘The Huddle’ talks on Friday with professional pitcher Tyler Badamo, who has spent time playing both minor league baseball with the Mets and Diamondbacks, as well as the Independent Atlantic League. He joined us to talk about

Report: Pats Talking With Hogan About a Return

The New England Patriots only have one wide receiver from this past Super Bowl under contract for 2019 and that’s Julian Edelman. But at the NFL Combine, the team is talking about bringing back Chris Hogan. No

Reports: Giants Shopping Olivier Vernon

The New York Giants have done a lot of talking at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis this week… New York has spoken about the future of Eli Manning, Odell Beckham and Landon Collins with the media and

NVU-Lyndon Placed on Athletics Probation

NVU-Lyndon has been penalized by the NCAA for committing NCAA fractions related to admissions: From the NCAA release on the matter: “Northern Vermont University-Lyndon lacked institutional control and failed to monitor the conduct and administration of its

Blue Jays to Sign Former Red Sox P Buchholz

The Toronto Blue Jays have come to a contract agreement with former Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz. MLB Trade Rumors on Twitter Blue Jays To Sign Clay Buchholz https://t.co/SmgdBGM25h The 34-year-old spent his first 10 years with

Bryce Harper Signs 13-Year, $330 Million Deal

The Philadelphia Phillies and free agent outfielder Bryce Harper reached a contract agreement on Thursday with terms of 13-years and $330 million. This is the largest deal in baseball history, surpassing the $325 that was given to

Celtics Reeling as They Lose Again (VIDEO)

The Boston Celtics fought valiantly in the fourth quarter on Wednesday but ultimately ended up losing again, this time to the Portland TrailBlazers at TD Garden. The 97-92 setback was the fourth straight for Boston, who has