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  1. 2018 World Series Odds: Dodgers Leading Betting Futures over Astros and Yankees

    With a young, offensively gifted lineup and top-five rotation, the Los Angeles Dodgers at +500 (bet $100 to win $500) are atop the 2018 World Series odds at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark...

  2. Tim Lincecum Rumors: Pitcher Reportedly Has Guaranteed Contract Offer

    Starting pitcher Tim Lincecum reportedly has a "guaranteed contract offer from a team that's not the [San Francisco] Giants," according to Grant Brisbee of McCovey Chronicles...

  3. LeBron James Leaving Cavaliers Would Be a Surprise, Says East Executive

    A major rebuild before the trade deadline might have been enough for the Cleveland Cavaliers to convince LeBron James to stay with the team for at least another year...

  4. Jarrod Dyson, Diamondbacks Agree to 2-Year, $7.5M Contract

    The Arizona Diamondbacks announced the signing of o utfielder Jarrod Dyson to a two-year deal on Monday He reportedly will receive $7.5 million over two years, according to Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports...

  5. Olympic Ski Jumping 2018: Medal Winners for All Events at Pyeongchang

    The ski jumping portion of the Olympic competition in Pyeongchang came to an end Monday with Norway taking the team gold in the large hill team event. The Norwegians were led by Robert Johansson , who finished the competition with a 137...

  6. La Liga Results 2018: Full Table and Scores After Final Week 24 Match

    Getafe defeated Celta Vigo 3-0 in La Liga on Monday , as the hosts leapfrogged the visitors in the latest standings. Angel Rodriguez collected a brace as the club from the outskirts of Madrid cantered to an impressive win...

  7. Blackhawks Ban Fans Who Made Racist Taunts Toward Devante Smith-Pelly

    The Chicago Blackhawks permanently banned the fans who were ejected from the United Center for directing racist comments toward Washington Capitals right-winger Devante Smith-Pelly during Saturday's game...

  8. 38-Year-Old Julius Peppers Reportedly Leaning Toward Playing in NFL in 2018

    Julius Peppers is considering returning for a 17th season in 2018, the Charlotte Observer 's Scott Fowler reported Friday. Fowler spoke to a source who said Peppers is " leaning toward playing" but hasn't made a final decision...

  9. Premier League Fixtures: Week 28 Schedule, Score Predictions for EPL Matchday

    Manchester United's meeting with Chelsea at Old Trafford headlines Week 28 in the Premier League on Sunday...

  10. FA Cup Draw 2018 Schedule: Quarter-Final Fixtures and Dates

    Wigan Athletic will host Southampton after defeating Manchester City 1-0 on Monday to progress to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup ...

  11. Report: J.D. Martinez, Red Sox Agree to 5-Year, $110 Million Contract

    The Boston Red Sox and free-agent outfielder J.D. Martinez agreed to a terms on a contract, ESPN's Pedro Gomez first reported Monday. Jon Morosi of MLB Network reported the contract is for five years and worth $110 million...

  12. FA Cup 2018: 5th-Round Results, Scores After Wigan's Upset of Manchester City

    Manchester City 's hopes of a quadruple were shattered at Wigan Athletic on Monday, as the hosts prevailed 1-0 in the fifth round of the FA Cup ...

  13. Bill Polian Says Lamar Jackson Is 'Short,' Should Move to WR in the NFL

    Quarterback Lamar Jackson is 6'3" and won the Heisman Trophy during his time at Louisville, but former Indianapolis Colts general manager Bill Polian thinks he is "short" and should switch positions...

  14. Lou Williams Questions Jimmy Butler for Sitting out NBA All-Star Game

    Elected to his fourth straight NBA All-Star Game, Jimmy Butler watched Sunday's contest from the bench. The Minnesota Timberwolves guard's decision to rest did not sit well with Lou Williams , who wanted an opportunity to play at the Staples Center...

  15. Kirk Cousins Will Sign with Broncos in Free Agency, Says Redskins' DJ Swearinger

    Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins is likely looking for a new home this offseason, and his teammate D.J. Swearinger believes he will end up with the Denver Broncos , per Andrew Siciliano of NFL Network...

  16. Fergie Comments on National Anthem Performance: I 'Honestly Tried My Best'

    Music star Fergie acknowledged she may have missed the mark with her rendition of the national anthem before the start of the 2018 NBA All-Star Game on Sunday...

  17. Medal Count 2018 Olympics: Predicting Monday Night's Winners; Updated Tally

    The United States has a chance to medal in two different events on Monday night as the ice dancing and women's freestyle skiing halfpipe will both conclude...

  18. Red Sox Rumors: J.D. Martinez, Boston 'Moving Close' to Contract Agreement

    While a deal might not be close, the Boston Red Sox continue to negotiate a potential contract with free-agent right fielder J.D. Martinez , and could be nearing an agreement...

  19. Stefan de Vrij Set for Lazio Exit Amid Manchester United, Liverpool Links

    Lazio director Igli Tare has said Stefan de Vrij will leave the club next summer, as Manchester United and Liverpool reportedly continue to monitor the defender...

  20. Bryce Harper Refuses to Discuss Free Agency, Says He's Focused on 2018 Season

    Bryce Harper could be a free agent after the 2018 season. While his future will be the source of speculation throughout the upcoming MLB season, Harper has no interest in indulging...

  21. Kevin Kiermaier Rips Rays' Roster Moves: 'I Am 100 Percent Frustrated'

    Tampa Bay Rays center fielder Kevin Kiermaier isn't happy with the organization's recent strategy when it comes to personnel. "I am 100 percent frustrated and very upset with the moves," he said Monday, per Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times ...

  22. Josh Donaldson Says He, Blue Jays 'Don't See Eye to Eye' on Contract Talks

    Toronto Blue Jays superstar Josh Donaldson told reporters Monday he and the team have discussed a long-term contract extension but " don't see eye to eye." He said he expects to become a free agent after the 2018 season...

  23. Anthony Rizzo Talks Parkland Visit, Says 'Some Type of Change Needs to Happen'

    Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo spoke about his decision to visit his hometown of Parkland, Florida , in the wake of the devastating school shooting that left 17 people dead, per Jesse Rogers of ESPN...

  24. Rae Carruth Discusses Conviction, Time in Prison and Son Chancellor

    Convicted murderer and former Carolina Panthers wide receiver Rae Carruth has broken nearly two decades of silence, issuing an apology to the mother of Cherica Adams, the woman he killed who at the time was seven months pregnant with his son...

  25. Cowboys Rumors: DeMarcus Lawrence to Be Franchise Tagged by Dallas

    The Dallas Cowboys reportedly will use the franchise tag on defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence this offseason, with the goal of working out a long-term contract extension before the ...

  26. NBC Olympics Schedule 2018: Monday Night's TV, Live-Stream Coverage and Picks

    American athletes will be in medal contention on Monday night, as figure skating and freestyle skiing take centre stage at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea...

  27. Jeff Jarrett Announced as Latest Member of 2018 WWE Hall of Fame Class

    WWE announced Monday that Jeff Jarrett will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2018 two nights before WrestleMania 34 in New Orleans...

  28. MLB Outlines Pace-of-Play Changes for 2018 Season Including Reduced Mound Visits

    Major League Baseball announced new rules Monday to speed up the game in 2018, according to Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area, which include only allowing " six mound visits a game and [cutting] back on time between innings...

  29. US-Born Skier Elizabeth Swaney Games System to Compete in 2018 Olympics

    Elizabeth Swaney defied the odds to participate in the 2018 Pyeongchang Games. Born and raised in the United States, the skier earned an Olympics spot by representing Hungary...

  30. AP College Basketball Poll 2018: Complete Week 16 Rankings Released

    If the past week of college basketball is any indication, the championship picture is no clearer now than it was at the beginning of the season. In fact, the field might be even more wide-open...