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Ex-University School standout Scottie Barnes named NBA Rookie of the Year

Toronto forward Scottie Barnes was voted NBA Rookie of the Year on Saturday, edging Cleveland’s Evan Mobley in a close vote. The former University School standout is the third player to win the annual award with the Raptors, joining Damon Stoudamire (1995-96) and Vince Carter (1998-99). Barnes began his high school career at Cardinal Newman,…
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Chicago White Sox LF Eloy Jiménez exits Saturday’s game against the Minnesota Twins with right hamstring soreness

Chicago White Sox left fielder Eloy Jiménez exited with right hamstring soreness after trying to beat a throw to first base in the second inning Saturday against the Minnesota Twins. He is being evaluated, the Sox said. Jiménez hit a grounder to third, stumbled after crossing first base and fell. He got to his feet…
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7 takeaways from UCLA football’s spring showcase

LOS ANGELES — On the field Saturday at Drake Stadium, it was just like another practice for the UCLA football team. But with several hundred fans in the stands, music pumping and television cameras hovering, the spring showcase provided a different atmosphere for the Bruins as they enter the final week of spring practice. “It…
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Ugly scene at Stadium as ‘classless’ Yankees fan throw stuff at Guardians outfielders after walk-off win

What should have been a joyous celebration after Gleyber Torres’ walk-off hit quickly became an ugly scene at Yankee Stadium, leading Cleveland Guardians outfielder Myles Straw to say the Yankee faithful are “classless” and the “worst fan base on the planet.” Fans in the right field seats responded to the game-winning hit by flinging garbage…
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Tyson Fury flattens Dillian Whyte to retain heavyweight belt

LONDON — World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury retained his WBC title with a brutal sixth-round stoppage of fellow Briton Dillian Whyte in front of more than 94,000 spectators at Wembley Stadium on Saturday. A right uppercut from Fury sent Whyte to the canvas and the champion raised his right hand in celebration. Whyte, who appeared…
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Orange County baseball standings: Saturday, April 23

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now Orange County high school baseball standings through Friday, April 22. TRINITY LEAGUE League Overall Orange Lutheran 10-2 21-4 JSerra 6-6 15-10 Santa Margarita 6-6 18-7 Servite 6-6 14-10 St. John Bosco 5-7 15-10 Mater Dei 3-9 12-12 SURF LEAGUE League Overall Huntington Beach…
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Michael Kopech is improving with each start — as the Chicago White Sox right-hander’s 0.64 ERA indicates

Michael Kopech doesn’t have a win yet in 2022. But plenty of other numbers show how impressive the right-hander has been in his three starts this season for the Chicago White Sox. Kopech had his sharpest performance yet Friday against the Minnesota Twins at Target Field, allowing three hits while striking out seven and walking…
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Gleyber Torres hits walk-off single as Yankees rally past Cleveland Guardians, 5-4

What started as a slow burn on Saturday at Yankee Stadium ended in a full-on boil. The Yankees’ 5-4 win was initially humming along at a nice pace, devoid of many memorable highlights, until the writers seemingly packed all the action into the final few scenes. Isiah Kiner-Falefa’s game-tying double with two outs and two…
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Chicago Bulls emphasize pace after a lopsided Game 3 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks: ‘We moved way, way too slow’

The Chicago Bulls need to push the pace. The Bulls succeed when their pace is frenetic, bordering on frantic. They’re rarely the biggest or strongest team on the court — especially in their playoff series against the Milwaukee Bucks. But when the Bulls speed up to harass opponents on defense and push the open court…
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Let’s put an end to the politics of virtue signaling

SACRAMENTO – Officials in overwhelmingly Democratic California have long used state power to torment businesses they don’t like for a variety of ideological reasons. The Newsom administration is, by its own admission, trying to put the entire fossil-fuels industry out of business because of the governor’s stated concerns about climate change. A succession of Democratic…
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