Monthly Archives: September 2018

Giants lose again, appear headed nowhere

Giants lose again, appear headed nowhere EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – At the quarter-pole of the their season, this much is obvious: The New York Giants are a franchise headed to nowhere. They’ve changed coaches (multiple times in the past few years), have a new general manager and plenty of shiny, explosive weapons. It all means nothing at this point.

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Dodgers’ Buehler faces Marquez in tie-breaker

Dodgers’ Buehler faces Marquez in tie-breaker SAN FRANCISCO — With a National League West title on the line, the Los Angeles Dodgers will turn to their precocious rookie starting pitcher, Walker Buehler, who will face the Colorado Rockies from Dodger Stadium in Monday’s tiebreaker, a 4:09 p.m. ET start on ESPN. Buehler will face fellow right-hander German Marquez after

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Reich on failed OT gamble: ‘Not playing to tie’

Reich on failed OT gamble: ‘Not playing to tie’ INDIANAPOLIS — You’ll convert some and you fail on others. That’s been Indianapolis Colts coach Frank Reich’s message to his player about his aggressive play calling since he was hired last winter. On this Sunday, though, Reich’s aggressive approach on fourth down in their own territory failed and ended up

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