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06/30/2015 02:12 PM
The five most intriguing races in the final days of MLB All-Star voting

We're in the final days of MLB All-Star voting, which is good news if you're tired of hearing about the onslaught of votes from Kansas City Royals fans, who have been trying to stack the American League team with their players. It's almost over. We promise.

Voting ends Thursday at 11:59 p.m. ET and between then and now the Royals aren't the only drama on the ballot. In fact, now that the Royals are down to a non-obscene five starters, we should be able to sit back and enjoy the intriguing races before us. 

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Here are the five best battles left on the ballot, some involving the Royals, some not. The starters will be announced Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN. Reserves will be named Monday at 7 p.m. ET, also on ESPN. If you still need to cast your votes, here's a link to the online ballot

1. WILL INFANTE KEEP HIS LEAD AT SECOND BASE IN THE AL?
This is the biggest question. Infante, as we've documented, isn't anywhere in the neighborhood of worthy of a starting spot in Cincinnati. But at the latest tally, he was leading Jose Altuve of the Houston Astros by about 230,000 votes. That's not insurmountable, so Altuve could very well be the second-base starter. Jason Kipnis of the Cleveland Indians, who is nearly four million votes behind Infante, is the most worthy, but that ain't happening, folks. 

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2. CAN FRAZIER UNSEAT CARPENTER AT THIRD BASE IN THE NL?
Cincinnati Reds third baseman Todd Frazier has a chance to become an All-Star starter in his own park. He just needs to pass Matt Carpenter of the St. Louis Cardinals, who has held the No. 1 spot since the start. Frazier is very close, according to the figures released Monday. He was 62,980 behind. The numbers support Frazier, across the board. Now he just needs the votes.

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3. WHAT'S THE NL OUTFIELD GOING TO LOOK LIKE?
We haven't spent a ton of time talking about the NL outfield situation, but it got a lot more interesting this past week. And not because of votes, but because of injuries. Bryce Harper is the No. 1 vote-getter, but after him, things get interesting. Giancarlo Stanton broke a bone in his hand, so while he'll likely win a starting spot, he's not going to play in the game. In third and fourth place, separated by about 340,000 votes, are Matt Holliday and Nori Aoki. They're both injured too. That seems to clear the way for No. 5 vote-getter Andrew McCutchen to get a starting nod and then? That's where the fun starts. 

Joc Pederson would be the third starter, but a number of other players are within striking distance, starting with Jason Heyward and Justin Upton, all the way down to Yasiel Puig. To give you an idea of how plentiful the votes are, Bryce Harper received more than two million votes last week. So there's a legit possibility that someone jumps into a starting spot in the final days.

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4. CAN MORALES PASS CRUZ ONE MORE TIME?
Over in the race for AL DH, Nelson Cruz and Kendrys Morales have been in a back-and-forth battle since May. Morales took the No. 1 spot from Cruz on June 8, but Cruz passed him again in Monday's tally. Entering the final days, Cruz led by just over 200,000 votes. This can swing either way.

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5. WILL DONALDSON HOLD ON TO THIRD BASE IN THE AL?
Josh Donaldson overtook Mike Moustakas in Monday's public vote tally, leading by about 1.3 million votes. Donaldson starting at third for the American League would be just and warranted. He's playing like an MVP and is definitely more deserving than Moustakas. But again, we're talking about Royals fans and they're a juggernaut. You think they backed off in the second-to-last week but are planning a last-second charge in the final days? Or if public support all around baseball has swung Donaldson's way. We'll see.

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06/30/2015 03:23 PM
Brett Favre, now 45, says he thinks he could still play
June 14, 2011; Hattiesburg, MS, USA; NFL former quarterback Brett Favre is interviewed during his inaugural 7 on 7 football camp for high school players in M.M. Roberts Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Chuck Cook - USA TODAY Sports

Longtime NFL quarterback Brett Favre is on the cover of this week’s Sports Illustrated for its “Where Are They Now?” issue.

Favre is now 45 and hasn’t played since 2010, when his two-year stint with the Minnesota Vikings came to an end.

Favre, who donned a Green Bay Packers uniform (one he hadn't worn since 2008) on the cover, says he thinks he could still play. But don’t worry; he’s not planning to come out of retirement this time.

“I think I could,” Favre said. “Of course, we’re not trying to start some he’s-coming-out-of-retirement deal. I say all that because it’s a good thing. Do I think I could play and lead a team? No. But I could play. I could make all the throws I made before. I just couldn’t throw it near as far. That never matters anyway.”

Favre volunteers as a coach for a local high school team, and he says he can still throw the ball 50 yards with no problem, but he can’t launch the ball 80 yards downfield like he used to.

“When I’ll pick up the ball, I’m thinking I’m right back in the Super Bowl,” Favre said. “I can throw it 50 yards as well as anyone but that used to be 80. And in my mind I’m still at 80, but I’m like, ‘Brett, just give it up.”

Favre had a historic 20-year career, 16 of which were spent in Green Bay. He originally announced his retirement in March 2008, but reconsidered and played a year for the New York Jets before finishing out his career in Minnesota. Even at age 40, Favre threw for 4,202 yards and 33 touchdowns in 2009, leading the Vikings to the NFC title game.

Favre took a ton of brutal hits over the course of his career, and he admitted that’s what keeps him away from the game more than anything.

“I always jokingly tell people, I just don’t want to get hit,” Favre said. “I don’t know if I could get up.”

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06/30/2015 03:17 PM
Scottie Pippen: 'I was LeBron James before LeBron James'

It's been a month and a half since LeBron James took some time out of his busy schedule of battling the Chicago Bulls during the 2015 Eastern Conference semifinals to send a smile and a wink over to Bulls legend Scottie Pippen:

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This past weekend, during the Nike Basketball Academy in Santa Monica, Calif., Pip winked back at the Cleveland Cavaliers superstar and lead yoga instructor.

In an interview with Chris Haynes of the Northeast Ohio Media Group, Pippen said that the player comparisons that have followed James from St. Vincent-St. Mary through every night of his first-ballot Hall of Fame career — chiefly the scoring dominance of Michael Jordan and the playmaking brilliance of Magic Johnson — and the attendant debates over which legend James most resembles have tended to leave out one all-timer near and dear to Pippen's heart:

"I was LeBron James before LeBron James," Bulls great Scottie Pippen told Northeast Ohio Media Group. "It's not even close." [...]
Playing alongside Jordan, arguably the greatest player to ever play the game, in many ways, took away from Pippen's greatness and often excludes him from the James discussion — even though Pippen and Jordan led the Bulls to six NBA titles.
"I'm no slouch, but when comparing LeBron's game, I'm usually left out," he said. [...]
"They want to compare him to the greatest whether it be Michael Jordan or Magic Johnson, but he's more closer to myself," Pippen said. "It's natural for folks to say that, but if you look at how he plays the game and how I played the game, you'll see more similarities with us."

Scottie Pippen (left) stands alongside Scottie Pippen after Scottie Pippen.On one hand, you might consider this a bit of rose-colored-glasses revisionist history, a case of the 49-year-old Pippen bigging himself up in a comparison that, in terms of statistical and individual production, tilts heavily toward LeBron. But dismissing the comparison gives short shrift to Pippen, one of the most versatile, valuable and excellent perimeter players the game's ever seen.

Only four players in NBA history have averaged at least 16 points, six rebounds, five assists and two steals per game over the course of a full career: Jordan, Pippen, Clyde Drexler and Rick Barry. During his peak in Chicago — from the 1989-90 season that saw him make the first of seven All-Star appearances through the 1997-98 season, when he was limited to 44 games by foot surgery but played an integral role in finishing off the Bulls' second three-peat — Pippen averaged 20 points, seven rebounds, six assists, two steals and a block in 38 minutes per game.

He did all that while playing historically elite perimeter defense — six All-Defensive First Team berths and two Second Team nods in that span; 10 total All-Defensive selections in his career, along with seven All-NBA picks — and acting as arguably Chicago's best offensive facilitator, playmaker and passer. He wasn't quite as explosive as he used to be when he moved on to Portland, but he ostensibly served as the point forward on the 1999-2000 Trail Blazer team that gave the eventual-champion Shaq-and-Kobe Los Angeles Lakers their stiffest test.

That brief overview doesn't quite do it justice — do yourself a favor and check out Chicagoan and Bulls-watcher Kelly Dwyer's expansive and excellent column on Pippen from his 2010 enshrinement in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame — but it offers the broad strokes. The size of a prototype small forward with a power-forward-size wingspan ... the handle and playmaking gift of an elite point man ... the vision and think-three-steps-ahead foresight of a coach on the floor ... and, when the mood struck, the willingness, determination and ability to attack the rim and bring the thunder like a top-flight off guard.

Pippen was one of the 50 greatest NBA players of all time (at that time), a playmaker for himself and others, and a wing capable of disrupting your entire offense with his athleticism and smarts. LeBron's on another level in terms of generating his own offense (though he he hasn't been as consistently excellent a defender as Pippen was) and maybe you don't quite like the phrasing of "LeBron before LeBron," but given the sheer number of boxes Pippen could tick off, the comparison's a lot closer than you might think.

For what it's worth, James himself sees it, as he noted earlier this season after passing Pippen for first place among forwards on the NBA's all-time assist list. From The Associated Press:

James had 11 assists in Cleveland's 102-93 victory over the Detroit Pistons. In the process, he moved past Scottie Pippen for first place on the NBA career list for forwards. James now has 6,142 assists, seven more than Pippen.
"That means a tremendous amount to me," James said. "It means a lot more than passing Allen Iverson on the scoring list in the last game, because I have always taken so much pride in my passing game. To me, the greatest rush has always been helping my teammates succeed, not succeeding myself."
James wears No. 23 in Michael Jordan's honor, but breaking Pippen's record was special in another sense.
"When I grew up, I loved Michael, but when you are a kid, you don't think you can grow up and be Michael Jordan," he said. "I patterned a lot of my game after Scottie Pippen, because he was the kind of star I thought I could be. So that's a great feeling to break a record he owns."

Though he's typically tended to leave his own on-court exploits out of it, Pippen is no stranger to making outsized statements when it comes to LeBron and MJ.

Back in 2011, he said that while Michael "is probably the greatest scorer to ever play the game," James "may be the greatest player to ever play the game" when all's said and done, because "not only can he score at will, but he keeps everybody involved" and "he's also doing it on the defensive end, which really makes him a complete package." Pippen walked that back in the spring of 2012, saying that what he meant was that James' numbers would be better by the end of his career "only because he's going to get in more years than Michael Jordan."

The following May, though, Hall of Famer Alonzo Mourning said that Pippen offered a more pro-LeBron perspective on the purely theoretical head-to-head matchup:

"You know, Scottie Pippen and I were just at Michael's 50th birthday party, hanging out for a week, and we were talking. I'm going to tell you what Scottie said," Mourning started. "I'm going to tell you what Scottie said."
What did Scottie say!?!?
"Scottie said that LeBron would've kicked MJ's ass," Mourning said.
Oh boy.
"I said, 'Scottie, you're right,' but, because LeBron is my size," Mourning said. "He weighs 265, so when he's playing point guard, it's like a freight train coming. I couldn't imagine doing the things he's doing at my size."

Last October, Pippen reset his position during a Chicago radio interview:

HAUGH: Scottie, have you taken any grief since you talked last spring about the fact you might take LeBron over Michael? Did Michael give you any good-natured grief?
PIPPEN: No. Not at all. Did I ever say I would take LeBron over Michael? Where are you guys getting it from?
HAUGH: OK, what did you say then? You made a comparison to LeBron James and Michael and the perception was that you would take LeBron over Michael. What’s the reality?
PIPPEN: No, I did not say I would take LeBron over Michael. The reality is you need to go back and figure out what I said.

After going back over it all, maybe we all do ... Pip included. Or we could just leave well enough alone and stick with Scottie's insertion of himself in the LeBron conversation (LeBronversation)? I mean, if the comparison's good enough for the King, maybe it ought to be good enough for us, too.

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06/30/2015 02:41 PM
Winnipeg re-signs Drew Stafford to two-year, $8.7 million deal

Drew Stafford is staying in Winnipeg.

According to Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman, Stafford has agreed to a two-year $8.7 million contract with the Jets. Winnipeg acquired Stafford and Tyler Myers as part of a package for Evander Kane and Zach Bogosian last February.

In 26 games with the Jets, Stafford had 19 points and nine goals. He was an all-situation player for the Jets. Most importantly for Winnipeg, he was not Kane.

Via the Winnipeg Sun in late May:

Used on both wings and with a variety of different linemates before finding chemistry with Mark Scheifele and Blake Wheeler, Stafford was a staple on the top-six and his production speaks for itself.

With nine goals and 19 points in 26 games with the Jets, along with putting together a team-best nine-game point streak, Stafford made a habit of scoring important goals, a fact that head coach Paul Maurice pointed out on several occasions.

He was No. 5 on our UFA forward power rankings for this summer. The fact that Stafford ranked that high shows the sheer 'awesomeness' of this summer's class. 

So the salary cap hit raise is modest for Stafford, who just completed a four-year $16 million contract. And for two years, it’s a nice deal for the Jets who didn’t have to dole out a long-term contract on the 29-year-old who scored 18 goals and had 43 points in 76 games played. 

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06/30/2015 03:23 PM
Brett Favre, now 45, says he thinks he could still play
June 14, 2011; Hattiesburg, MS, USA; NFL former quarterback Brett Favre is interviewed during his inaugural 7 on 7 football camp for high school players in M.M. Roberts Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Chuck Cook - USA TODAY Sports

Longtime NFL quarterback Brett Favre is on the cover of this week’s Sports Illustrated for its “Where Are They Now?” issue.

Favre is now 45 and hasn’t played since 2010, when his two-year stint with the Minnesota Vikings came to an end.

Favre, who donned a Green Bay Packers uniform (one he hadn't worn since 2008) on the cover, says he thinks he could still play. But don’t worry; he’s not planning to come out of retirement this time.

“I think I could,” Favre said. “Of course, we’re not trying to start some he’s-coming-out-of-retirement deal. I say all that because it’s a good thing. Do I think I could play and lead a team? No. But I could play. I could make all the throws I made before. I just couldn’t throw it near as far. That never matters anyway.”

Favre volunteers as a coach for a local high school team, and he says he can still throw the ball 50 yards with no problem, but he can’t launch the ball 80 yards downfield like he used to.

“When I’ll pick up the ball, I’m thinking I’m right back in the Super Bowl,” Favre said. “I can throw it 50 yards as well as anyone but that used to be 80. And in my mind I’m still at 80, but I’m like, ‘Brett, just give it up.”

Favre had a historic 20-year career, 16 of which were spent in Green Bay. He originally announced his retirement in March 2008, but reconsidered and played a year for the New York Jets before finishing out his career in Minnesota. Even at age 40, Favre threw for 4,202 yards and 33 touchdowns in 2009, leading the Vikings to the NFC title game.

Favre took a ton of brutal hits over the course of his career, and he admitted that’s what keeps him away from the game more than anything.

“I always jokingly tell people, I just don’t want to get hit,” Favre said. “I don’t know if I could get up.”

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