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09/29/2014 07:30 PM
AL wild card preview: The Royals and A's fight for their postseason lives
Only one team will survive the AL wild card, the Royals or the A's. (AP)

Talk about two teams desperate to win — the Oakland Athletics haven't won consistently since the start of August and the Kansas City Royals haven't even played in the postseason since 1985.

When they enter Tuesday night's AL wild-card game, a good portion of both fanbases will be hoping for the best, but fearing the absolute worst in the back of their minds. Losing sticks with you like that, whether it's short-term, like the Athletics' sluggish second half or long-term, like the Royals nearly 30 years of disappointment. 

The A's were the best team in baseball the first three months of the season, but 22-33 since Aug. 1. They authored a late-season collapse that almost caused them to miss the playoffs. The Royals, meanwhile, are the Cinderellas, the underdogs people without a team will root for, just to oust futility. Forget the postseason, the Royals have only finished above .500 nine times since 1985. Last year, they sniffed the playoffs. This year, they made it

Whoever wins this wild-card game, a monkey is coming off their back, that's for sure.

First pitch is at 8:07 p.m. ET Tuesday at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City. The game airs live on TBS, with a pregame show beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET. Rosters haven't been announced yet.

(AP / Getty Images)

Two guys you associate with big games are starting in this one. The A's send Jon Lester (16-11, 2.46 ERA) to the mound against Royals ace James Shields (14-8, 3.21 ERA). 

The two pitchers aren't specifically linked, but they were the prize return in two of the most second-guessed trades of the past few years. The A's gave up slugger Yoenis Cespedes to land Lester from the Boston Red Sox and their offense hasn't had as much pop since. (Though there are more factors than Cespedes being traded). The Royals, meanwhile, acquired Shields from the Tampa Bay Rays two years ago for top prospect turned Rookie of the Year Wil Myers, a deal that looked like the Royals mortgaging their future to chase a postseason berth.

Well, the Royals made it. To a do-or-die game at least. They'll need Shields to live up to that "Big Game James" nickname (more on that in a bit). He faced the A's twice this year, going 1-0 with a 3.21 ERA. The Royals won both games. Lester, meanwhile, is a proven winner in the postseason. He won two games in the 2013 World Series and has a career 2.11 ERA in 11 postseason starts.

It could be the losing pitcher's final start in their team's uniform. Both are free agents after this season.

The Royals led the season series 5-2 against the A's, all seven games were played during Oakland's August free-fall. The Royals also won three of four in Kansas City. However, here's one reason for Royals fans to fret — both of the club's losses to the A's came when Lester was on the mound.

Royals closer Greg Holland is a big part of the team's success. (USA TODAY Sports)

They get to the seventh inning with a lead. The Royals are a staggering 65-4 if they're leading at the top of the seventh inning. They owe that to their stellar bullpen trio of closer Greg Holland, setup man Wade Davis and seventh-inning clincher Kelvin Herrera. They have a combined ERA of 1.28 this season.

They score early. The A's pitching has been good the past two months, it's the offense that's been sputtering. The A's lost an absurd 10 games by one run in September, including three out of their last five games to end the season. When the A's score early and give their pitchers some breathing room, they do well.

Josh Reddick is Oakland's hottest bat at the moment. (AP)

• .433 — The Athletics winning percentage in the second half, the lowest of any playoff team since 1933. Ouch! 

• 95 — Homers hit this season by the Royals, the lowest total in the league. So they obviously don't win by the long ball.

• 4.98 — Shields' career ERA in the postseason, proving his "Big Game James" nickname hasn't been vetted against his playoff performance. It's a small sample size — only six starts — but still proves he's not exactly as "Big Game" as some believe.

• .480 — Oakland outfielder Josh Reddick's batting average over the past week. He's had an up-and-down season, but he's been hot recently, driving in seven runs in the past seven days. The rest of the A's offense has driven in 17 during that time. 

• 153 — Stolen bases by the Royals, a league high. So while they don't trot around the bases too often for homers, the Royals move around the bases at their own speed.

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09/29/2014 11:20 PM
Shutdown Corner NFL Power Rankings: Dallas Cowboys, please rise

Let's be serious for a moment here. And I have to kick the really over-the-top crazy Dallas Cowboys fans out of the room now so we can have a real conversation.

OK, good. Now ... what in the heck is going on in Dallas?

Look, you didn't see this coming, I didn't see this coming, nobody did. But now there's no getting around it: The Dallas Cowboys look good. They look great. Had Tony Romo not made some big Week 1 mistakes against the 49ers, they might be 4-0 with some quality wins. I just don't know how we got here.

The Cowboys didn't add much in the offseason, and the defense lost Jason Hatcher, DeMarcus Ware and Sean Lee. Romo was coming off back surgery. They've been the epitome of mediocre for years. All of a sudden, they're good. Logically, it makes little sense.

Sunday night's dominant win over the Saints was their statement that they're for real. Now, "for real" comes and goes in the NFL in 2014 as quickly as Jon Gruden compliments a mundane play on "Monday Night Football." Teams look great one week and incompetent seven days later. Nothing is permanent. But right now, the Cowboys deserve a huge bump up the rankings. Defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli would be my coach of the year vote at this point. He has been that good. The Cowboys' offense have reinvented itself by building around DeMarco Murray and a great run-blocking offensive line. They deserve all the credit you can give them.

I guess that's the beauty of the NFL. Things that are completely unforeseen can actually happen. We're seeing it in Dallas.

Here are the post-Week 4 power rankings:

32. Oakland Raiders (0-4, LW: 31)
Head coach Dennis Allen got fired, and general manager Reggie McKenzie can't be far behind. Remember, they have the oldest roster in the NFL. Bad, bad, bad.

31. Jacksonville Jaguars (0-4, LW: 30)
No one player is going to totally turn this team around, not even a huge upgrade at quarterback. They're just not good at all. But they're also very young and you'd assume they'll improve as this season goes on.

30. Washington Redskins (1-3, LW: 28)
Or maybe I was right to be skeptical of Kirk Cousins.

29. Tennessee Titans (1-3, LW: 23)
How in the world did they look so good at Kansas City in Week 1? That's the weirdest result of the NFL season so far, right?

(AP)28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-3, LW: 32)
Please tell me Lovie Smith is just trolling everyone by saying he doesn't know if Mike Glennon will continue at quarterback. That has got to be a joke. Please say it's a joke.

27. St. Louis Rams (1-2, LW: 27)
Listen to this upcoming stretch: at Philadelphia, vs. San Francisco, vs. Seattle, at Kansas City, at San Francisco, at Arizona, vs. Denver, at San Diego. Oh, boy.

26. New York Jets (1-3, LW: 19)
Remember folks: The Michael Vick you'd be getting bears no resemblance to the Michael Vick you fondly remember. That Vick hasn't been around for a while.

25. Cleveland Browns (1-2, LW: 24)
A game at Tennessee this week is a must win if we're to take them seriously.

24. Buffalo Bills (2-2, LW: 18)
I don't agree with benching EJ Manuel. If it's close (and while Manuel hasn't been good, we all know Kyle Orton won't be good either), then you go with the young guy and hope he improves. There's no upside with Orton, now or later.

23. New York Giants (2-2, LW: 29)
I guess they're good again? I don't know, but something has dramatically changed in the last two weeks.

22. Minnesota Vikings (2-2, LW: 26)
Imagine how good they'll be when they remember it's legal to call plays specifically to get Cordarrelle Patterson the ball.

21. Houston Texans (3-1, LW: 22)
J.J. Watt is your NFL MVP at the quarter pole. He'll never win because there's a rule the MVP has to be a quarterback or running back, but he's the best player in the game right now.

20. Atlanta Falcons (2-2, LW: 15)
Not sure how a team can play that well at home and that poorly on the road.

19. Pittsburgh Steelers (2-2, LW: 17)
There's no more up-and-down team in the NFL this season. That probably doesn't reflect well on Mike Tomlin.

18. Miami Dolphins (2-2, LW: 21)
It'll be interesting to see if Ryan Tannehill and Joe Philbin can co-exist going forward. Not sure how Tannehill can trust him again.

17. New Orleans Saints (1-3, LW: 9)
If the Saints were 1-3 because the defense regressed significantly, it wouldn't surprise me. It does surprise me that the offense has looked pretty average.

16. Carolina Panthers (2-2, LW: 8)
No healthy running backs, a bad offensive line and a beat up Cam Newton is not a good formula for them moving the ball.

(AP)15. New England Patriots (2-2, LW: 4)
I hate to overreact to small sample sizes, but you can't help but wonder if the loss at Kansas City was the sign that the Patriots dynasty is over. It was that bad. Tom Brady just looks like a different player than we're used to seeing. I just didn't believe it could be happening that fast.

14. Kansas City Chiefs (2-2, LW: 25)
Totally dominant on Monday night. Again, what the heck happened in that Week 1 loss to Tennessee?

13. San Francisco 49ers (2-2, LW: 14)
They needed that win badly, but they still didn't look very good. They still look uncharacteristically sloppy.

12. Chicago Bears (2-2, LW: 13)
Players don't change after eight seasons. There was no reason to believe Jay Cutler's ninth season would be any different, other than he's collecting a bigger paycheck.

11. Baltimore Ravens (3-1, LW: 16)
Steve Smith, wow. Carolina did have good reason to think he didn't have this in him anymore. But Smith's resurgence sure makes the Panthers look stupid.

10. Dallas Cowboys (3-1, LW: 20)
On second thought, never mind about Marinelli for coach of the year. With the job he's doing, let's do Marinelli for President.

9. Detroit Lions (3-1, LW: 12)
Sunday's win showed they might be handling success a little better. Maybe they've finally matured.

(Getty Images)8. Green Bay Packers (2-2, LW: 10)
Still skeptical about the defense, but if Aaron Rodgers plays like he does on Sunday the Packers can beat anyone. That was one impressive performance at Chicago.

7. Indianapolis Colts (2-2, LW: 7)
Reggie Wayne went for seven catches, 119 yards and a touchdown last week. Can't say I was sure he was going to rebound like this after ACL surgery.

6. San Diego Chargers (3-1, LW: 11)
I'm giving them a decent bump because I'm correcting a mistake. They should have been higher earlier. This is a really good team with a really good coach.

5. Philadelphia Eagles (3-1, LW: 5)
It's tough to function as usual when the offensive line is missing as many good players as they are.

4. Arizona Cardinals (3-0, LW: 6)
Will be interesting if Todd Bowles' super-aggressive defensive approach works against blitzmaster Peyton Manning.

3. Cincinnati Bengals (3-0, LW: 3)
Cincinnati at New England in Week 5 is quite an interesting game for both teams.

2. Denver Broncos (2-1, LW: 2)
At some point Demaryius Thomas will break out of this slump. They're doing fine despite it.

1. Seattle Seahawks (2-1, LW: 1)
Not sure I like Kirk Cousins' chances next week against this defense coming off a bye.

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09/29/2014 11:30 PM
Erik Spoelstra almost passed up his first job with the Miami Heat for a Grateful Dead show

Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra responds to a question during a news conference at NBA basketball media day, Friday, Sept. 26, 2014, in Miami. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)Most introductions to Miami Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra note his impressive rise up the ranks of the organization. He took a job as a video coordinator in 2005 after spending some time in Germany, became assistant coach a few years later, and was promoted to the head coaching job after the 2007-08 season when Pat Riley retired from the sidelines. He worked his way up, proved himself at every level, and did enough to earn two championships as a head coach and one as an assistant.

According to Spoelstra, though, he almost turned down his interview for his first job with the franchise. And he would have passed up that opportunity of a lifetime for a Grateful Dead show. From a new profile by Lee Jenkins of Sports Illustrated (via PBT):

Beneath Spoelstra’s bold speeches is a fear of failure that was not always easy to conquer and channel. He accepted the job as head coach at Sherwood (Ore.) High but backed out a week later so he could return to Germany. He only applied for the Heat’s video coordinator position in 1995 as part of a bet with his German teammates. When a club official called with a date for an interview, Spoelstra was inclined to pass because he had tickets to a Grateful Dead concert. Even after landing the gig, he was ready to turn it down until his sister called and asked if he’d lost his mind.

It's possible that this story is a little overblown, because it's somewhat common for people (particularly the anxious-minded) to hesitate momentarily when considering a great offer simply because they already have competing plans. I've certainly so before coming to my senses and realizing that it was impossible to turn down. Sometimes it takes a second to figure it out.

On the other hand, if you mentioned this story to serious Deadheads then they would probably think Spoelstra made a terrible mistake. If we assume that the Portland native was set to go one of the two shows in the city on May 28 and 29, 1995, then he would have been present at one of the band's final performances before the death of icon Jerry Garcia on August 9. We also don't know if they did particularly good renditions of "Jack Straw," "Dire Wolf," and various jams from either date. Can you really put a price on such memories, however hazy? Even if the alternative was setting on a course towards millions of dollars and international fame?

Then again, Spo probably wasn't that big a fan. If he had been, he would've had plans for the entire West Coast leg of the tour, not just one show.

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09/29/2014 10:44 PM
Ilya Bryzgalov takes selfies with fans during Wild game (Photos)

Ilya Bryzgalov was the backup goalie for the Minnesota Wild in their 4-1 exhibition victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Monday. 

It’s the preseason.

He’s Bryz. He’s bored.

Selfie Time!

Via ‏‪@jacqueline_blue

In the third period, a line of fans stood near the glass at the Wild bench, each one taking a selfie with everyone’s bear-fearing, park-loving goaltending Cosmonaut.

Like this one from liblawbs:

And this one from ‏‪@tmg135:


Props to the guy photobombing that fan's Bryz selfie. So many layers ... it's like "Inception."

Later in the game, after he had appeared on every Instagram account in the Twin Cities, Bryzgalov tossed his touque on the ice after Jason Pominville completed his hat trick.

When asked about all of this after the game, Wild Coach Mike Yeo gave a chuckling “no comment.”

Bryzgalov had a bit of a career comeback with the Wild last season, backstopping them to the playoffs. He's looking to latch on with them again this season, although the Wild have four goaltending options when everyone's healthy and not breaking their ankles kicking walls. 

Never change, Bryz, you beautiful nut log. Never change. 





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09/30/2014 03:43 AM
Future News: Arsenal physio admits his fear of being alone is behind club's injury problems

Arsenal physio Terry Sminter has admitted that the club's ongoing injury crisis is down to his crippling fear of being alone. Aaron Ramsey, Mikel Arteta and Jack Wilshere all suffered injuries during Arsenal's 1-1 draw against Tottenham, continuing a problem that has plagued the club for years. And now Sminter has confessed to his part in the matter.

"The players are all great lads," Sminter told reporters convened at Arsenal's London Colney training complex for an entirely different reason. "When we're together we have such fun telling jokes at each other's expense. Mostly mine, though. I must admit I'm an easy target, with my ears the way they are and that noise I make when I breathe. We just laugh and laugh. Again, almost exclusively at me. But whenever I say that we should all hang out, like a night on the town chatting up ladies and eating small foods like the kinds they have in television adverts for body spray, they always say they're too busy. And I understand that. Footballers have busy, amazing lives that I often dream about having for myself. But since we can't hang out in public fun zones, I do what I can to make sure they spend as much time as possible with me in the physio's room. I don't like when they get hurt, but I do like when we laugh about my asymmetrical chin together. And if they have to be hurt for us to do that together, then so be it."

Arsenal have endured a total of 741 injuries over the last decade, which is 90 more than Manchester United and 243 more than Chelsea, according to data compiled by Project Babb. Though this has caused the club frustration and a reputation of fragility, it has brought Sminter a degree of personal fulfillment.

"Over the years I've convinced the players that yawns count as stretching and sleeping with weights on your legs will make them stronger," the physio added. "Remember when Antonio Reyes had his wisdom teeth out in 2006? His teeth were fine. I just wanted someone to play Jenga with. Abou Diaby and I have watched every episode of Doctor Who twice. I'm sorry if that's harmed the club. That was never my intention. But what am I supposed to do if everyone is healthy all the time? A man can only take several thousand pictures of himself crying just to know he definitely exists before the memory on his phone is full. Even if it doesn't have any contact numbers in it."

It's unclear whether Arsenal will sack Sminter in light of this revelation, but he feels he still has much to offer the club.

"No other physio can finish the 100,000 piece jigsaw puzzle I started with Jack Wilshere or convince Olivier Giroud that eating coins will make him run faster," Sminter concluded. "I think trouble on the pitch is a small price to pay for lasting memories in the physio's room. And isn't that what football is really all about?"

This has been Future News: news from the future.

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