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03/31/2015 12:30 AM
Freddy Garcia reportedly signs minor-league deal with Dodgers
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A familiar face might be making a return to a major league mound near you in 2015.

Veteran right-hander Freddy Garcia signed a minor-league deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday according to MLB.com's Ken Gurnick.

Garcia, 38, was last seen in the big leagues in 2013 when he split time between Baltimore and Atlanta and even made a postseason start for the Braves. He spent all of 2014 pitching in Taiwan for the EDA Rhinos after he was released in spring training that year by Atlanta.

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With No. 3 starter Hyun-Jin Ryu currently sidelined due to discomfort in his throwing shoulder, the Dodgers were looking to add to their starting pitching depth. Since there are already a couple hurlers ahead of him in the rotation replacement queue, Garcia is expected to start the season at Triple-A Oklahoma City and be ready for action if called upon down the road.

Fun fact: Garcia made the first of his two All-Star game appearances in 2001. How many active major leaguers also played in that All-Star game? The answer is three: Garcia's former Seattle Mariners teammates, Alex Rodriguez and Ichiro, as well as an up-and-coming rookie slugger then with the St. Louis Cardinals, Albert Pujols. At the time Pujols had 21 career home runs. He now has 520.

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If that doesn't make you feel old, I don't know what will, but good on Garcia for getting another shot to play at the game's highest level.

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03/30/2015 03:51 PM
Other side of concussion issue: Austin Collie can't find NFL work

When linebacker Chris Borland walked away from the NFL, he said it was because he was aware of the concussion risks and decided that wasn't for him anymore.

Receiver Austin Collie presumably knows all the risks too. But he can't land an NFL job, even though he wants to. He thinks his concussion history is the reason.

Collie signed with the Canadian Football League's B.C. Lions earlier this year as he attempts his comeback. His NFL story is a tough one: A fourth-round pick with the Colts in 2009, Collie was off to a great start with 15 touchdowns and more than 1,200 yards in his first 25 career games through two seasons. Then he suffered three scary concussions. He played one game in 2012, seven in 2013 and none in the NFL last season.

And Collie thinks that his concussion history is the reason he has had a hard time getting a chance to further his career, given the NFL's recent sensitivity to it.

"Why am I not in the NFL? I don’t know," Collie told the Vancouver Sun. "I would think, I would say, the big part is the injury history that’s right there."

Many NFL players will give you plenty of excuses why they're not in the league anymore, after they are unable to get a job. It's possible Collie just isn't the same receiver that looked on his way to big things early in his career. The New England Patriots, who can use available talent as well as any team, had him play seven games in 2013 and he caught just six passes. And the NFL has no problem employing other talented players with long concussion histories. But Collie is also correct in his comments to the Sun that he was having trouble finding a new team after the Colts moved on right as the NFL was starting to become very aware of the concussion dangers.

“The bottom line is, if those didn’t happen when they did, right at the height of the concussion discussion, I’d probably still be playing,” Collie told the Sun. “Everybody can comment on it. Everybody has their opinion. But I’m not them. Football is a childhood dream for me. It’s a way to provide for my family and play a game I love. To not be playing, because of a label, is hard. I’ve been labelled.”

Is that fair? Is Collie being left out of the NFL because of concussion concerns? Wes Welker could wonder the same as he remains unsigned after many concussions. Was Collie, and perhaps other players, passed over because of concussion dangers? it seems unfair if so, if they're aware of the risk and willing to take it. On the other hand, one could argue they're being saved from further medical problems down the line.

Either way, Collie is playing in Canada now, and he believes it's because the NFL is being more careful about concussions.

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03/31/2015 12:38 AM
NBA Playoff Picture Update: Raptors soar past Rockets

With just a few weeks remaining until the NBA postseason, every night can impact the standings. NBA Playoff Picture keeps you up to date on all the most important news for all 16 berths and seeds.

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A Raptors Resurgence?: While the Toronto Raptors have already clinched the Atlantic Division and are still very much in play for the No. 3 seed in the East, the team has been in a slump for more than a month. Since beating the Atlanta Hawks on February 20, Toronto had lost 10 straight to opponents over .500 during a 6-13 stretch overall. Despite their still-impressive record, they've looked like a squad that could be upset in the first round.

It's just one game, but the Raptors' 99-96 home win over the Houston Rockets on Monday may represent a change in fortune. DeMar DeRozan was the biggest reason for the victory, in part because of this tough jumper to put Toronto up three points with 18 seconds remaining in regulation:

That basket also brought DeRozan to a career-high 42 points (14-of-27 FG, 12-of-17 FT). You can watch his full highlights here:

The Raptors needed every one of those points with just two other players scoring in double figures and Greivis Vasquez replacing the injured Kyle Lowry in the starting lineup. Toronto got a break in that Dwight Howard sat out the contest for rest on the second day of a road back-to-back, but this was still a meaningful win over one of the strongest teams in the league. It also brought the Raptors within just a game of the Chicago Bulls for third place in the East.

The Rockets can explain away this loss with the absence of Howard and poor outside shooting (8-of-27 on threes), but it was certainly not the ideal performance on a day when starting point guard Patrick Beverley was declared out for the season. DeRozan's career night also stands out given that Beverley is an excellent perimeter defender on a team that now must ask much more of wing Trevor Ariza at that end.

Bear Necessities: The Rockets loss also stands out because of the Memphis Grizzlies much-needed home win over the Sacramento Kings. After three straight losses against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Golden State Warriors, and San Antonio Spurs — arguably the three best teams in the NBA right now — the Grizzlies fed on an undermanned Kings team playing without DeMarcus Cousins and won 97-83. That result combined with Houston's to lift Memphis back to the No. 2 spot in the West, although the half-game margin could very well become a tie when the Rockets play those same Kings on Wednesday. The Grizzlies will have a chance to lick their wounds further with no game until they face the Oklahoma City Thunder on Friday. That should also give the team's equipment managers plenty of time to stock up on fresh jerseys for Marc Gasol.

Put a Berth on It: The Portland Trail Blazers are officially the fifth team to clinch a spot in the West playoffs after handling the Phoenix Suns 109-86 at the Moda Center. Four starters scored between 16 and 19 points as the Blazers shot 51.2 percent from the field. The victory also brings Portland just a half-game behind the Los Angeles Clippers in the race for homecourt advantage in the first round, although they can drop no lower than the No. 4 seed once they clinch the Northwest Division title.

A Pistol for Avery Bradley: The long march to deciding the East's final playoff team continued apace on Monday, with the ninth-place Boston Celtics traveling to the 11th-place Charlotte Hornets and leaving town with a comfortable 116-104 win. Avery Bradley led the way with 30 points on 12-of-23 shooting, all of which seems like a misprint.

The win put the Celtics back into the No. 8 spot by virtue of holding one more win (and one more loss) than the Brooklyn Nets. But the Nets visit the Indiana Pacers (just a half-game back of both teams) on Tuesday, so it's possible that we'll enter Wednesday with a totally new and confusing tie. It looks increasingly likely that this race will go down to the final days of the season, driving us all insane in the process.

The Dirt of Buck: Two days after giving all their starters a much-deserved rest against the Hornets, the Hawks brought back their core and summarily bested the Milwaukee Bucks 101-88. The Bucks are now only 1 1/2 games in front of the Miami Heat for the No. 6 seed, a key spot because it would allow them to avoid the Hawks and Cavs in the first round. The Hawks gained little from the win, but they do have an outside shot at besting the Warriors for the NBA's best record at 4 1/2 games back.

Tuesday's Most Important Games

Pacers at Nets, 7:30 p.m. ET: It's pretty simple — if the Nets win, they'll be a half-game ahead of the Celtics for the final playoff spot in the East. If the Pacers win, they'll enter a tie with the Celtics for that same spot. Is that enough to get you to watch two middling squads?

Spurs at Heat, 8:00 p.m. ET: This NBA Finals rematch — seriously, they played each other last June, look it up — concerns each team primarily insofar as it allows them to put pressure on the teams ahead of them. A Spurs win would put pressure on the Clippers to avoid seeing their lead slip to a half-game later in the night, and the Heat can get within a game of the idle Bucks.

Warriors at Clippers, 10:30 p.m. ET: The Warriors have virtually nothing to lose or gain from this one, so we could see them make like the Hawks and rest their key players in their first game since locking down a No. 1 seed. If Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and others do sit out, then the Clippers can take advantage and potentially increase their lead on the Blazers and Spurs.

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03/31/2015 01:45 AM
NHL Three Stars: Lightning clinch playoff spot; Sabres don’t lose

No. 1 Star: Vladislav Namestnikov, Tampa Bay Lightning 

The winger scored two goals and added on assist in the Bolts’ 5-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens, despite the absence of his linemate Tyler Johnson. He played 13:57 and was a plus-3. The Bolts are now 5-0-0 vs. Montreal this season and clinched a playoff spot.

No. 2 Star: Andrej Meszaros, Buffalo Sabres 

The defenseman did the Tank no favors, as he scored two goals in the Sabres’ 4-1 win over the Arizona Coyotes in the race to the bottom.

No. 3 Star: Richard Bachman, Edmonton Oilers

The Edmonton backstop stopped 29 of 30 shots as the Oilers topped the Colorado Avalanche, 4-1. Brandon Davidson scored his first NHL goal in the win, and the Oilers scored two empty netters. Andrew Miller had three assists.

Honorable Mention: Anton Stralman had a goal and an assist. … Radim Vrbata had a goal and an assist and Eddie Lack made 23 saves in the Vancouver Canucks’ 4-1 win over the St. Louis Blues. … Duncan Keith and Niklas Hjalmarsson scored 1:04 apart in the second period, helping the Chicago Blackhawks over the Los Angeles Kings, 4-1. Marian Hossa had a goal and an assist. … Johnny Gaudreau, Jiri Hudler and Dennis Wideman all had a goal and an assist as the Calgary Flames topped the Dallas Stars in a thriller, 5-3. Tyler Seguin scored his 35th in the loss. 

Did You Know? Ben Bishop had two penalty minutes and two assists along with 25 saves.

Dishonorable Mention: Alec Martinez was a minus-3. … Johan Klingberg, Cody Eakin and Tyler Seguin were all minus-3. …  Kari Lehtonen was pulled in the second period after giving up four goals. He was quite bad. … Tyson Barrie was a minus-3, as was Matt Duchene.

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03/31/2015 06:58 AM
Saban doesn't apologize for bringing Jonathan Taylor to UA

Alabama coach Nick Saban said Monday that he was not apologetic for bringing former Georgia defensive tackle Jonathan Taylor to the school.

Taylor was dismissed Sunday after a domestic violence arrest. It was his second domestic violence arrest in less than a year. He was also one of the Georgia players in trouble for depositing tuition checks twice in the spring of 2014.

"No, I'm not sorry for giving him an opportunity," Saban said via TideSports.com. "I'm sorry for the way things worked out. I'm not apologizing for the opportunity we gave him. We wanted to try and help the guy make it work, it didn't work. We're sorry it didn't work, we're sorry there was an incident, we're sorry for the people that were involved in the incident. But we're not apologizing for what we did."

Saban also described Taylor as a "good person." He said that Taylor was involved in counseling programs upon his enrollment at Alabama.

The coach's remarks are not what critics of the decision to bring Taylor to Alabama wanted to hear. Given that Taylor was in trouble twice at Georgia – once being for domestic abuse – you can make the logical argument that he should never have been given the opportunity to play for the Tide. Taylor enrolled in January after he was kicked off Georgia's team in July. However, as with the Dallas Cowboys' decision to sign defensive end Greg Hardy and other athlete examples, players with talent will usually get multiple opportunities to be contributors on the field.

At Georgia, Taylor was accused of choking and hitting his girlfriend in his dorm. His Saturday arrest at Alabama involved an alleged incident that led to minor injuries to a woman's neck.

Saban also said DB Geno Smith has "quite a bit" of things to do to get back in the team's good graces following his second DUI arrest.

"A little disappointed in Geno Smith," Saban said. "When he does a few things that he needs to do over the next few days, and he's going to have quite a bit of things that he has to do in the future, which I'm not going to be willing to share with anybody – that's kind of a private matter – then he'll be back on the field and we'll allow him to practice again.

"But our focus right now is to help Geno in every way that we can, do things that we need to do so that he can be a productive person, a productive student and productive player. He's always been a good student and he's always done a good job and he's always been a good competitor on our team and has always set a pretty good example, in terms of how he's played."

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