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Aaron Judge's GF Samantha Bracksieck Name-Drops Yankees OF in DUI Arrest Video

Aaron Judge's GF Samantha Bracksieck Name-Drops Yankees OF in DUI Arrest Video

New York Yankees outfielder 's girlfriend, Samantha Bracksieck, brought up the All-Star slugger multiple times during a traffic stop in February.As seen in the following video obtained by , Bracksieck made several references to Judge during the traffic stop, which ended with her getting arrested:Bracksieck also told police: ‘Do you know who my boyfriend is?’Will Kershaw or Scherzer go No. 1 in our re-draft? 👉

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Ex-Lakers Player Shannon Brown Arrested on Aggravated Assault Charge

Ex-Lakers Player Shannon Brown Arrested on Aggravated Assault Charge

Former guard was arrested last week in Tyrone, Georgia, and charged with aggravated assault. According to , two people told police they approached a home with a "for sale" sign on it and were told to enter the house. They said that Brown then confronted them once they got inside, and after agreeing to let them leave, he fired five or six gunshots in their direction.A police spokesperson said officers found one shell casing when investigating and subsequently arrested and charged Brown. He was released Monday on bond.The 34-year-old Brown had a nine-year journeyman career in the NBA with the...

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Angels' Albert Pujols on Playing Beyond 2021 Season: 'Haven't Closed That Door'

Angels' Albert Pujols on Playing Beyond 2021 Season: 'Haven't Closed That Door'

first baseman is open to continuing his playing career beyond the expiration of his current contract. According to ESPN's , Pujols said that playing beyond 2021 remains a distinct possibility despite the fact that it's the final year on his deal:"I don't think about it that way. It's my last year under contract, but that doesn't mean I can't keep playing. I haven't closed that door. I'm taking it day by day, year by year, but you haven't heard from my mouth that I'm going to retire next year, or that it's going to be my last year, or that I'm going to keep playing. I haven't said any of...

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Report: MLB Considering Realigning into Florida, Arizona Leagues Amid COVID-19

Report: MLB Considering Realigning into Florida, Arizona Leagues Amid COVID-19

Major League Baseball has reportedly discussed league and divisional realignment for the 2020 regular season based on where teams play their spring training games.According to of USA Today, the proposal would see half of 's 30 teams split into three divisions in Florida's Grapefruit League and the other 15 teams split into three divisions in Arizona's Cactus League.MLB is searching for answers during the coronavirus pandemic, and one way to possibly play a shortened season would be to have teams play all their games at spring training sites in Florida and Arizona with no fans in...

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Major League Baseball to Pay MiLB Players Through May Amid COVID-19 Hiatus

Major League Baseball to Pay MiLB Players Through May Amid COVID-19 Hiatus

Major League Baseball teams will continue to pay their minor league players through at least May 31 amid the suspension of play because of the coronavirus pandemic.Ken Rosenthal Good news for minor leaguers… https://t.co/xae7MfsQ1hAccording to ESPN's , all minor league players will receive $400 per week and medical benefits as part of the plan. Per Passan, Baseball America's noted that the pay represents a raise for lower minor league players, while veterans will make less than they otherwise would have.Minor League Baseball officially its seasons March 12 following Major League Baseball's...

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Josh Reddick: Astros Will 'Shut Everybody Up' Amid Cheating Scandal Criticism

Josh Reddick: Astros Will 'Shut Everybody Up' Amid Cheating Scandal Criticism

outfielder suggested Wednesday that the team is going to let its play do the talking in 2020 amid criticism regarding their illegal sign-stealing tactics in 2017.According to of the Washington Post, Reddick said: MLB did suspend manager AJ Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow one year each for their role in the sign-stealing scandal, but the Astros fired both of them and essentially cleaned their hands of the situation.With MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred saying he won't strip Houston of the 2017 championship and no sign of punishment for any players, there is a belief among many in baseball...

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