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Long Beach State defeats UC Irvine to reach Big West men’s volleyball final

HONOLULU — The top-seeded Long Beach State men’s volleyball team shook off a first-set loss to defeat fifth-seeded UC Irvine in a Big West Tournament semifinal on Friday night, 22-25, 25-23, 25-19, 29-27, at Hawaii’s Stan Sheriff Center. Long Beach (20-4) advances to face second-seeded Hawaii (23-5) in the championship match on Saturday at 10:30 p.m.…
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Labeled with a ‘weird’ swing, Orioles prospect Hudson Haskin learned to be himself. Production at Double-A Bowie has followed.

With each run batted in, Hudson Haskin’s stock rose. Scouts wanted to see the Tulane freshman with the unique swing, the one who hit .372 with 52 RBIs and 10 home runs in 2019. They wanted to see the blossoming center fielder with a mix of each tool, from speed to power. But the attention…
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ASK IRA: Was Jimmy Butler’s final shot Friday in Heat loss acceptable?

We’re going to do this in reverse order today. This time I’ll offer a thought and turn over the floor to those who need to vent (and there were plenty) about the Heat’s final play in Friday night’s loss in Atlanta. The view here: How off an inbounds play with 4.4 seconds left down one…
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Coachella 2022: Harry Styles brings Lizzo on stage to join him on Weekend 2

Harry Styles had more surprises to share with fans for his second performance at Weekend 2 of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. After his Weekend 1 performance included the debut of two new songs and country music legend Shania Twain joining him on the Main Stage, speculation was on as fans wondered if…
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Mookie Betts, Max Muncy come alive as Dodgers beat Padres

SAN DIEGO — Video boards in major-league stadiums these days have grown nearly big enough to be seen from space. That makes it really difficult to ignore the information contained on them. Mookie Betts and Max Muncy had reason to try. They came into Friday’s game with .178 and .128 batting averages, respectively, unsightly blemishes…
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While most of Mets offense stays hot, Robinson Cano holding team back

When good offenses keep finding ways to win, as has been the Mets’ motto in their first two-plus weeks of the regular season, the limited holes in the lineup become glaring. Such was the case in the Mets’ 6-5 win in 10 innings over the Diamondbacks on Friday at Chase Field. The Mets did their…
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Tim Anderson apologizes for suspension, and the Chicago White Sox blow a late lead for their 5th straight loss

Chicago White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson received a one-game suspension and an undisclosed fine for “his inappropriate actions toward fans” during Game 1 of Wednesday’s doubleheader against the Cleveland Guardians at Progressive Field, Major League Baseball announced Friday. The All-Star apologized after a 2-1 loss to the Minnesota Twins on Friday night at Target Field.…
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Rossmoor man charged for online threats against Merriam-Webster targeting LGBTQ community

A man from Rossmoor was arrested and charged in connection with threatening messages sent to Merriam-Webster targeting the website’s definitions regarding gender. Jeremy David Hanson, 34, was arrested on Tuesday, April 20, and appeared in federal court on California on Friday. Hanson was released under the condition that he will appear in federal court in…
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Ko, Hataoka share LA Open lead at demanding Wilshire Country Club

Nasa Hataoka hits her second shot out of the sand on the first hole during the second round of the DIO Implant LA Open on Friday at Wilshire Country Club. Hataoka birdied her last three holes for a 68 that gave her a share of the 36-hole lead at 7-under. (Photo by Michael Owens/Getty Images)…
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How Chicago Cubs first baseman Frank Schwindel’s experience at catcher helps him defensively: ‘He’s hungry’

Chicago Cubs first baseman Frank Schwindel can’t help but reminisce sometimes when watching catcher Willson Contreras deftly unleash throws to nab would-be base stealers. Schwindel was once known for his arm behind the plate, then a minor-leaguer in the Kansas City Royals organization. The Cubs don’t want to dwell on a scenario that would require…
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