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12/28/2014 02:19 PM
David Ross sheds light on chaotic free agency process

(Getty Images)Veteran catcher David Ross recently signed a two-year, $5 million deal with the Chicago Cubs, reuniting him with Boston Red Sox teammate Jon Lester. At that time, we noted it was a sensible signing for Chicago given his past success with the Cubs new ace, but not one that would steal headlines or garner lengthy discussion on television. That much remains true. However, it turns out the process leading to his decision is well worth discussing, which is exactly what Ross did with Rob Bradford of WEEI in Boston

Ross gave Bradford a candid review of the chaotic final hours before his decision, including how he felt the Jon Lester signing may have impacted his offers from both Chicago and Boston, plus the surprising strong push made by the San Diego Padres. Ross notes that he'd already turned San Diego down twice when they made a late aggressive bid on Dec. 19. It was an offer Ross felt was worth discussing, but not until he finished a two-hour workout.

From there, he says, all heck broke loose.

To Ross’ surprise, there was plenty to discuss after those two hours at the gym.

There had been the agreement by the Padres to trade catcher Ryan Hanigan — whom was just acquired by San Diego three days earlier — to the Red Sox in exchange for Will Middlebrooks. And then a report that Ross had also agreed to a deal with the Padres.

“It was a really weird day,” he said. “I went to sleep and got up the next morning and my agent told me the Padres had made another offer. I told him I was going to workout and we would talk when I got out. I literally got out of the gym, turned on my radio and they said David Ross had committed to the Padres. I couldn’t believe it. So I got my agent on the phone right away to try and figure that out. For about two hours of my day, it was crazy."

Crazy sounds like an understatement. Could you imagine hearing or reading a report that you've made a life-altering commitment when no such decision had been made? Though he knows it's his word that's final, the first few moments of Ross' call to agent Ryan Gleichowski had to be quite interesting.

Once that was sorted out, Ross moved forward with his decision to sign with Chicago. It's the way he was leaning throughout the entire process anyway, but he was probably anxious to get it finalized after the day's confusion.

“I had turned [the Padres] down twice, saying no right away. I hadn’t fully committed to the Cubs, but I had. I wanted to be a man of my word. Me and Theo [Epstein] go back to 2008 and I respect him. Once Boston was off the table, I had already put my heart with Chicago.”

It's easy to be on the outside looking in, second-guessing and wondering how certain moves go down. Ross' story won't connect us to the process entirely, especially when it comes to the more sought after free agents and trade targets who dominate the rumors and speculation, but it at least sheds light on the process and reminds us of the human emotions and elements that are involved.

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12/28/2014 03:05 PM
Ravens, after a long struggle, finally grab AFC's final playoff spot

The Baltimore Ravens were the final team to grab a playoff spot in the AFC. They did not make it easy.

The Houston Texans came into Sunday needing a lot of help to get the last remaining spot in the AFC playoffs. The Kansas City Chiefs needed so much help, getting a playoff spot would have counted as a holiday miracle.

But as the early Week 17 games went to the fourth quarter, the Chiefs and Texans were looking at the out-of-town scoreboard and feeling pretty good about their chances.

The Chiefs needed to beat the Chargers to give themselves, the Texans and the Ravens hope. The Chargers were in with a win. But the Chiefs took control of that game early and led 19-7 for most of the fourth quarter.

The real shocker was happening in Baltimore. A Ravens win and a Chargers loss and Baltimore was in. But Baltimore trailed 10-3 in the fourth quarter to a Browns team down to its third quarterback, undrafted rookie Connor Shaw.

When the Chargers threw incomplete at Kansas City on a fourth and goal with 8:32 left in the fourth quarter, trailing 19-7, the field was wide open.

The Texans would get in with a win, a Chargers loss and a Ravens loss. But even they were struggling with the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars at home. Houston trailed 17-14 going into the fourth quarter. That’s what gave the Chiefs hope. The Chiefs needed a win and the Ravens and Texans to both lose, which seemed really improbable until both trailed early in the fourth quarter.

The Texans took a lead early in the fourth quarter and then J.J. Watt, who deserves to be NFL MVP, got his 20th sack of the season on a safety. But even with the best player in football this season doing his best to get the Texans in the playoffs, the Ravens came alive and finally took the playoff spot.

Torrey Smith caught a 16-yard touchdown to put the Ravens ahead 13-10. Then the Ravens put the shorthanded Browns away with a 2-yard touchdown catch by Kamar Aiken with 3:44 remaining. The Ravens won 20-10. All of the excitement over a really unlikely playoff entrant ended a bit anticlimactically. The Chargers ended up losing 19-7. The Texans held on to win 23-17.

The Ravens will have to go on the road as the AFC’s sixth seed. After Sunday’s tougher-than-expected test to get in the playoffs, Baltimore should already feel like the postseason has begun.

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12/28/2014 09:39 AM
Kevin Garnett blows in David West's ear in 'aggressive' fashion

For all the touching tributes and sober analysis of Kevin Garnett’s future as an NBA player beyond the expiration of his contract this summer, it is necessary to remind ourselves that he’s still the same sort of KG that we’ve grown to love, fear, and roll our eyes at since 1995.

I mean, the dude blew in a guy’s ear on Saturday night. Watch:

To recap: Garnett fouled Indiana Pacers forward David West, and then loudly stomped around Barclays Center complaining about West’s supposed flopping. Garnett followed this by blowing in West’s ear as the Pacers set up to in-bound the ball, West then brushed Garnett off and received a technical foul for his troubles.

All this took place in the first quarter, mind you.

Obviously, Garnett’s move reminds of Lance Stephenson’s infamous trolling of LeBron James during last spring’s postseason, but West will have none of those comparisons. To the media following the contest, via Newsday:

“I think Lance's was more sensual. That was an aggressive blow.”

That would be Kevin Garnett, king of the “aggressive blow” on defense.

The Nets fell in the game and failed to add to what had been a three-game winning streak. The highest paid roster in the NBA fell at home by 25 points to an undermanned Pacers squad in what should have been an embarrassing defeat – presuming anything embarrasses these guys any more. The Pacers actually went on a 102-71 run to end the game, following Garnett's blow and West's technical foul

“Stars” Deron Williams and Brook Lopez came off the bench for Brooklyn, and missed 10 of 12 shots on the evening. From the New York Post:

“They didn’t play very well,” Nets coach Lionel Hollins said of his two stars. “They have to play better for us to be better, or them to get more playing time and more consistent playing time.”

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“He’s right,” Williams said. “We definitely have to play better. We’re two of the highest-paid players on the team, and it’s our responsibility to play better. Hopefully we can accept that challenge. I do, and I think Brook does, and we move forward.”

Perhaps. The Nets probably aren’t in danger of falling out of the East’s pathetic playoff bracket, they’re currently just percentage points behind the seventh-seeded Miami Heat, and ninth place Orlando is three games back and rebuilding. Still, a 25-point home loss to Indiana?

Garnett finished with six points and a rebound in 14 minutes. At least he didn’t pretend to bite anyone.

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12/28/2014 09:07 AM
Jack Edwards loses mind after puck hits netting, Jackets score (Video)

Oh how we love manic Jack Edwards! 

The Boston Bruins voice was in fine form on Saturday night, in their game at the Columbus Blue Jackets, as a Dougie Hamilton shot hit the netting behind goalie Curtis McElhaney. The puck bounced back into play and it continued until Matt Calvert scored at 19:09 of the second period.

Quoth Jack: 

“IT HIT THE BACK NETTING!”

“IT HIT LIKE A TRAMPOLINE!”

“THIS DOESN’T EXIST! THIS IS QUANTUM PHYSICS HOCKEY FOLKS!”

(Goal scores) “IT WON’T COUNT! THIS GOAL WILL NOT COUNT!”

“THIS IS UTTERLY RIDICULOUS!”

“THIS IS UNBELIABLE THAT THE NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE HAS ALLOWED THIS TO HAPPEN!!!!”

“THEY’RE JUST GOING TO TURN THEIR BACKS ON IT!”

“START THE KALIOPE MUSIC! THIS IS A CIRCUS!”

Let’s start with the obvious: Jack Edwards was right. The on-ice officials completely blew the call.

Let’s see: Player shoots puck. Puck disappears from play. Puck returns to playing surface from an angle well above the goal cage, as if it had been dropped by a stork. It didn’t hit a post or the glass. And yet four men paid to follow the puck … did not.

But his larger point is a little more problematic.

“They can review this and they can correct the situation,” said Edwards.

The NHL disagrees, as it wrote in a statement last night:

“At 17:43 of the second period in the Boston Bruins/Columbus Blue Jackets game, the puck appeared to hit the spectator netting in the Columbus zone and play continued until the Blue Jackets scored a goal at 19:09.

“According to Rule 85.1, play shall be stopped when the puck hits the spectator netting unless it goes unnoticed by the on-ice officials, in which case ‘play shall continue as normal and resulting play with the puck shall be deemed a legitimate play.’ Since play continued and the puck was not directed into the net as an immediate result of hitting the spectator netting, this is not a reviewable play and the on-ice decision stands - good goal Columbus.”

You can understand Jack’s confusion.

The thing that NHL says it addressed in that rule tweak was the thing we saw in that Detroit vs. Los Angeles game back in January, when the puck went off the netting and then off the back of Jonathan Quick and into the net. Apparently since the Bruins’ situation didn’t directly lead to a goal … well, it counts.

Edwards was apparently under the impression that a puck off the netting was akin to the officials missing a goal, where they rewind the clock to the point the goal is scored. 

And that confusion is understandable when you read about the NHL expanding its video goal review “to allow broader discretion to Hockey Operations to assist the referees in determining the legitimacy of all potential goals (e.g., to ensure they are ‘good hockey goals’).”

And that confusion is understandable when you think about how sound, logical and sane it would be for the NHL to use its expanded video review to ensure that a puck that left the playing surface doesn’t bounce back in and eventually get put in the net. Again, this would be the right way to use video review. Eh, maybe next round of rule tweaks...

Unless they want to make the netting inbounds, which would be stupid but completely fun. Sorta like the shootout. 

 

 

 

 

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12/28/2014 03:05 PM
Ravens, after a long struggle, finally grab AFC's final playoff spot

The Baltimore Ravens were the final team to grab a playoff spot in the AFC. They did not make it easy.

The Houston Texans came into Sunday needing a lot of help to get the last remaining spot in the AFC playoffs. The Kansas City Chiefs needed so much help, getting a playoff spot would have counted as a holiday miracle.

But as the early Week 17 games went to the fourth quarter, the Chiefs and Texans were looking at the out-of-town scoreboard and feeling pretty good about their chances.

The Chiefs needed to beat the Chargers to give themselves, the Texans and the Ravens hope. The Chargers were in with a win. But the Chiefs took control of that game early and led 19-7 for most of the fourth quarter.

The real shocker was happening in Baltimore. A Ravens win and a Chargers loss and Baltimore was in. But Baltimore trailed 10-3 in the fourth quarter to a Browns team down to its third quarterback, undrafted rookie Connor Shaw.

When the Chargers threw incomplete at Kansas City on a fourth and goal with 8:32 left in the fourth quarter, trailing 19-7, the field was wide open.

The Texans would get in with a win, a Chargers loss and a Ravens loss. But even they were struggling with the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars at home. Houston trailed 17-14 going into the fourth quarter. That’s what gave the Chiefs hope. The Chiefs needed a win and the Ravens and Texans to both lose, which seemed really improbable until both trailed early in the fourth quarter.

The Texans took a lead early in the fourth quarter and then J.J. Watt, who deserves to be NFL MVP, got his 20th sack of the season on a safety. But even with the best player in football this season doing his best to get the Texans in the playoffs, the Ravens came alive and finally took the playoff spot.

Torrey Smith caught a 16-yard touchdown to put the Ravens ahead 13-10. Then the Ravens put the shorthanded Browns away with a 2-yard touchdown catch by Kamar Aiken with 3:44 remaining. The Ravens won 20-10. All of the excitement over a really unlikely playoff entrant ended a bit anticlimactically. The Chargers ended up losing 19-7. The Texans held on to win 23-17.

The Ravens will have to go on the road as the AFC’s sixth seed. After Sunday’s tougher-than-expected test to get in the playoffs, Baltimore should already feel like the postseason has begun.

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