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Uruguay is moving on. Italy is out of the World Cup after a 1-0 loss. Meanwhile, Luis Suarez apparently bit an opponent again.

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Chris Davis had been scuffling, and with lefty Chris Sale on the mound, it was a perfect night for the Orioles first baseman to ride the pine. He didn’t get the entire night off, however. Manager Buck Showalter called his number in the bottom of the ninth, and Davis delivered a walk-off three-run homer.

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09/19/2014 04:27 PM
Paul Konerko back in White Sox lineup 17 days after breaking left hand


Chicago White Sox slugger Paul Konerko insisted he would "finish on the field" in his final major league season after he sustained a broken hand, and 17 days later he's back in the lineup.

Konerko is playing first base and batting sixth for the White Sox, who take on the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field on Friday night. Coincidentally, the Trop was the site of the only inside-the-park home run of his career, in 2000, so it makes for an extra-special stop on his farewell tour. Konerko has said he's retiring after parts of 18 seasons in the majors, mostly with Chicago.

Konerko's farewell appeared to be dealt an unfair blow Sept. 2 when he applied a tag to Danny Santana of the Minnesota Twins and sustained a broken bone in his glove hand. From the moment everyone realized the seriousness of the injury, Konerko was quick to say it wouldn't keep him from playing again, even with time growing short.



Konerko has described his hand in recent days as feeling "sore," and it's a sound assumption that he wouldn't be playing yet if this injury had happened in the prime of his career, and the White Sox were in the playoff hunt. He's a special case, though.


A six-time All-Star, Konerko helped lead the White Sox to a World Series title in 2005, and has slugged 439 home runs in his career — 42nd all-time — with an adjusted on-base plus slugging of 118. At 38 years old, Konerko isn't what he once was, batting .220 with a .272 on-base and .616 OPS in 2014. Perhaps he can get a few more hits and slug another home run before he's done, but even if he doesn't, Konerko has made his mark on the White Sox. 

He deserves to leave on his own terms, and fortunately the Sox can accomodate him.

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09/19/2014 04:52 PM
Dion Jordan has suspension lifted ... then gets another four-game ban

(USA Today Sports Images)Hey, good news for Miami Dolphins defensive end Dion Jordan: His four-game suspension was lifted as part of the league's new drug policy. And some bad news for Jordan: He just got another four-game suspension that he'll start serving immediately.

Jordan, the third pick of last year's draft, served two games of a four-game ban for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs, and just as that was being shortened because of the new terms of the policy, he was given another four-game suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy.

Here's the league's statement (and take note: It's never good when a statement like this includes "however"):

"Per the terms of the Policy on Performance-Enhancing Substances that took effect on Wednesday, the four-game suspension previously imposed on Dion Jordan of the Miami Dolphins has been lifted.

"However, Jordan now has been suspended without pay for the next four games of the 2014 NFL season for violating the NFL's Policy and Program on Substances of Abuse. He will be eligible to return to the Dolphins' active roster on Monday, October 20 following the team’s October 19 game against the Chicago Bears."

Jordan also put out a statement, acknowledging that he is getting treatment for his issues.

“I am currently undergoing treatment to address my situation," Jordan said in a statement through the team. "I am working hard to become a better man and to make better choices in the future. I am especially looking forward to returning to the team. I also want to thank my family, Coach Philbin and the Miami Dolphins organization for their support.”

The Dolphins don't have much choice but to support him, considering they don't want to give up on such a high draft pick so soon. But the signs aren't good. Jordan produced far less as a rookie than what is expected out of top-five picks (26 tackles, two sacks and zero games started), then will miss six games in his second season due to two separate suspensions. Not good.

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The good news is Jordan should return for the Dolphins' final 10 games. He better take advantage of that, because even though the Dolphins are still publicly supporting him now, they have to be running out of patience.

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09/19/2014 04:48 PM
The Timberwolves are reportedly looking to create a sign and trade deal to acquire Eric Bledsoe

Nearly three years ago, former Minnesota Timberwolves general manager David Kahn signed Kevin Love to just a four-year contract extension with an option for Love to opt out after three seasons. The move angered Love, despite the Minnesota front office’s protestations to the contrary, while pushing the working talking point that the team needed to preserve eventual cap space in order to sign point guard Ricky Rubio to a future contract extension.

Now, with Love gone and the Timberwolves franchise working both a new front office and 10-year playoff drought, the Wolves are reportedly attempting to trade and sign for … a new point guard. Rubio, to date, has yet to receive that contract extension.

Earlier on Friday, a local Phoenix sportscaster dropped this notice out of nowhere:

Later on, ESPN’s Brian Windhorst revealed more:

With just days before the start of training camp, the Minnesota Timberwolves are making a final push to acquire restricted free-agent guard Eric Bledsoe in a sign-and-trade with the Phoenix Suns, sources told

The Wolves are offering Bledsoe the four-year, $63 million maximum-level contract that he has been seeking, sources said. Bledsoe and the Suns have been in a stalemate all summer after the team offered him a four-year, $48 million deal in July.

This is a renewal of talks that have stretched over the past several months. The teams had discussions involving a Kevin Love trade that would involve Bledsoe but never made serious traction on a deal.


The Wolves received a little payroll relief in trading Love, but because the prospects they received in return (Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett) were both top overall NBA draft picks, their rookie contracts are on the larger side of things and the Timberwolves are still over the cap. Minnesota was able to dump Alexey Shved and Luc Mbah a Moute in the deal, but they also took on Thaddeus Young’s two years and $19.3 million left on his contract.

As a result, a sign and trade will have to take place in order for Minnesota to clear up enough cap space to bring Bledsoe in under those terms. And though Phoenix is in the same position as the Timberwolves as they stand outside the Western playoff bracket, it’s hard to believe that they’ll be terribly interested in some of the bigger contracts the Wolves would likely have to send back to match Bledsoe’s new salary. Kevin Martin would kind of work well as a Bledsoe replacement in coach Jeff Hornacek’s offense, but not at three years and over $22 million. Nikola Pekovic has his charms, but at four years and $48 million?

Now, we’ve discussed the idea that Eric Bledsoe and Greg Monroe might be the first in the NBA’s recent line of uneasy restricted free agents that may carry over some enmity toward the teams that are holding them at arm’s length, and using restricted free agency to their benefit (Monroe eventually signed for the qualifying offer). It’s still true that the Suns have no reason to acquiesce to Bledsoe’s hopes for a max contract – both in basketball (he has his growing pains, and injury-filled past) and business (why bid against yourself?) terms.

Eric Bledsoe’s pretty good, though. And there’s a good chance he’ll become pretty great. Bledsoe may be more than familiar with how restricted free agency works, but that doesn’t mean he can’t be angry with how the Suns are playing this out. Bledsoe’s value, because of the market and his restricted free agency, is more or less his $3.7 million qualifying offer that he and the Suns can agree on. His value in a vacuum, however, is far closer to that maximum offer he’s after.

Weird setup, this.

As if things weren’t confusing enough, the voice to listen to On All Things Minnesota-y and Timberwolves-y, Associated Press reporter Jon Krawczynski, dropped this after the similarly plugged-in Windhorst’s report:

And then this:

The Phoenix Suns have no interest in sign-and-trade discussions with the Minnesota Timberwolves involving restricted free-agent guard Eric Bledsoe, league sources told Yahoo Sports.
The Suns would want an All-Star – or potential All-Star – in return for Bledsoe and had only considered Kevin Love in a possible sign-and-trade scenario with the Timberwolves, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Minnesota eventually traded Love to the Cleveland Cavaliers.

So we’re just as confused in September as we were in July. Or even November.

(Bledsoe, Rubio, Wiggins, Bennett, and Zach LaVine sounded pretty sweet for a while, though. At least we were able to count on that fantasy, in the interim.)

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09/19/2014 03:20 PM
Puck Daddy’s NHL 2014-15 Emoji Preview: Florida Panthers

(The 2014-15 NHL season is nearly upon us, and attempting to handicap the winners and losers can sometimes leave us speechless. So we decided to break down all 30 teams with the next best thing to words: Emojis!) 

Last Season In Emojis

Last Season, In Summary 

The Florida Panthers found themselves in very familiar territory last season. They welcomed a new owner, fired their coach, finished toward the bottom of their division (29-45-8, 66 pts.) and missed the playoffs. Wash, rinse, repeat.

Vincent Viola became the franchise’s latest owner last September. He’s promised to spend to make the team competitive. With the influx of youth on the roster, that could help the team turn things around long-term.

The biggest move made was welcoming back Roberto Luongo after months of rumors. Could a now happy goaltender equal a few places in the standings?

The low finish helped the Panthers earn the no. 1 overall pick through the draft lottery. They selected defenseman Aaron Ekblad to be a cornerstone player going forward.

Last Season’s Definitive Highlight 

A pane of glass behind one of the BB&T Center nets broke and arena workers were unable to take the protective cover off of its replacement. That’s how it looked for much of the third period.

Off-Season Transactions

General manager Dale Tallon was busy on July 1, spending Viola’s money by bringing in Jussi Jokinen (4 years, $16 million), Dave Bolland (5 years, $27.5 million), Willie Mitchell (two years, $8.5 million), Derek MacKenzie (3 years, $3.9 million), Al Montoya (2 years, $2.1 million) and Shawn Thornton (2 years, $2.4 million).

Heading out of Sunrise was Tom Gilbert, who would ink a deal with Montreal; Scott Clemmensen, who returned to New Jersey; Tim Thomas, who remains unsigned; Krys Barch, who’s on a PTO in Arizona; and Jesse Winchester, who signed in Colorado. The franchise’s first ever draft pick and team captain, Ed Jovanovski, was bought out in June.

Nick Bjugstad set an NHL record last season, but not one to be proud of. The young forward recorded 38 points, which was the lowest total ever by a leading scorer over an 82-game season. 

It was a good start for the rookie, one the Panthers hope continues, along with the rest of their kids like Aleksandr Barkov and Jonathan Huberdeau. Barkov recorded 24 points before a concussion at the Sochi Olympics sidelined him for the rest of the season. Huberdeau, meanwhile, missed 13 games and scored only nine times. Healthy seasons could mean a team leading scorer of more than 38 points.

Aiding the offense was Scottie Upshall (36 points), who played a career high 76 games after battling various injuries the previous few seasons. Sean Bergenheim returned to the Panthers after a year away and chipped in 16 goals. Brad Boyes led the team in goals with 21, earning him a nice two-year, $5.25 million extension. He also continued his dominance in the shootout scoring on six of his 10 opportunities.

Along with Upshall, it’s a big year for Tomas Fleischmann. Both are scheduled to become unrestricted free agents next summer. Fleischmann is looking to bounce back after record his lowest goal total (8) since 2006-07.

Jussi Jokinen earned a $16 million contract and had a strong year (21 goals, 57 points) in Pittsburgh next to Evgeni Malkin. Can he repeat that with a pivot not as talented as Malkin? Tallon wrote a hefty check for Dave Bolland, but the former Blackhawks Stanley Cup hero has struggled with injury the past two seasons and has seen his offense dwindle since a 19-goal, 47-point season in 2008-09.

Jimmy Hayes, Rocco Grimaldi, Brandon Pirri, Quinton Howden, Drew Shore and Vince Trochek fill out the rest of the youth group that could make an impact with the big club this season.

Only the Edmonton Oilers allowed more goals per game than the Panthers last season (3.20). That number should be better with Luongo in net for a full campaign. The blue line sees a bit of change with the additions of Ekblad and Mitchell, and departure of Gilbert.

Brian Campbell was third in the NHL in time on ice (26:57) and was the team’s second-leading scorer with 37 points. Dmitry Kulikov had good possession numbers (51.27-percent Corsi, via War on Ice) while averaging 21:41 of ice. The Panthers are hoping Erik Gudbranson continues his development as a building block for the future defensively with Ekblad.

Willie Mitchell is signed for the next two years and will replace Jovanovski as the gray beard in the back.

Luongo’s presence gives Florida stability in goal. Finally out of Vancouver and back to where his career took off, the 35-year old will be worth a few points in the standings and will help improve the team’s goals allowed per game average. (It’s a small sample size, but in 14 games with Florida last season Luongo’s even strength save percentage was .937.)

Al Montoya, who spent the last two seasons in Winnipeg, was signed for the backup role.

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Special Teams

One of the bigger challenges facing new head coach Gerardl Gallant will be improving special teams. Both Florida’s power play (10-percent) and penalty kill (76-percent) units finished dead last in the NHL last season. Luongo and Bolland can help the PK, while the maturation of kids like Bjugstad, Barkov and Huberdeau, coupled with a fresh scheme devised by Gallant should see a few more successful man advantages.

GM and Coach

Tallon has spent money before Viola's arrival, culminating in one playoff appearance. While he’s spent, he’s also collected young talent that give hope for the future. That talent will be led by new head coach Gerard Gallant, who assisted Michel Therrien in Montreal the last two seasons. (That’s 13 head coaches in franchise history, if you’re counting.)

And Now, A Blooper 

This is a prime example of how not to make a line change.

The Potential Best Thing About This Team

The slew of kids take the team on their backs and Luongo elevates his play, putting the Panthers in contention for a playoff spot instead of another high draft pick.

The Potential Worst Thing About This Team

The youth on the team see their development slowed and Florida’s issues with scoring continue, leaving Tallon’s job in jeopardy and another top prospect entering the fold next season.

Single Emoji Prediction

Prediction: There are hints of improvement in the Panthers’ lineup and with an Atlantic Division that’s a bit weaker, a playoff spot could be in reach if all goes well. It’s a stretch, but while the postseason may be a dream for 2014-15, the key is ensuring the youth Tallon has collected continue developing.





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09/19/2014 04:59 PM
Brad Keselowski earns pole for race at New Hampshire

Is Brad Keselowski setting up to go two-for-two at New Hampshire in 2014?

The 2012 Sprint Cup champion and winner of the first race of the 2014 Chase at Chicago on Sunday won the pole Friday at New Hampshire, site of the second race of the Chase.

In July, Keselowski led 138 laps and won at New Hampshire. Because of that win earlier in the year, six-time champion Jimmie Johnson called Keselowski's team the team to beat before Friday's qualifying session.

“Yeah, I would expect him to be in a similar position for two reasons," Johnson said. "One, he had so much more pace than the rest of the field here in the spring race that it’s hard to believe that everybody could cover that gap and get back to him. And then when we went to Richmond, which wasn’t too long ago as a short track and they had that form there, too. So, I’d definitely say those guys are tough to handle.”

Keselowski won at Richmond, the last race before the Chase. Johnson turned out to be prophetic for Friday. Will be prophetic for Sunday?

Jamie McMurray qualified second, three-hundredths of a second behind Keselowski. Kevin Harvick qualified third, while Denny Hamlin was fourth and Kyle Busch was fifth.

Here's how all 16 of the Chasers stack up for New Hampshire

1. Brad Keselowski
3. Kevin Harvick
4. Denny Hamlin
5. Kyle Busch
6. Jimmie Johnson
7. Joey Logano
8. Carl Edwards
9. Ryan Newman
11. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
13. Jeff Gordon
15. Kurt Busch
16. Matt Kenseth
17. Kasey Kahne
21. Aric Almirola
26. Greg Biffle
27. A.J. Allmendinger

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