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Angels’ Ohtani thankful for shout-out from Ichiro

During his news conference in Tokyo after playing his final game, Ichiro Suzuki mentioned young Los Angeles Angels star Shohei Ohtani, saying the two-way player could be one of the best in the world. Ohtani was flattered to hear that from his idol. ”Obviously, it’s one of the most honoring

Jazz need win over Bulls to better themselves

The Utah Jazz can surpass last season’s victory total by winning seven of their last 10 games. In the NBA’s cutthroat Western Conference playoff chase, that still might not be enough to improve upon their No. 5 postseason seed from a year ago. Visiting Utah enters Saturday night’s game

Yankees’ Greg Bird explains elbow scare, updates status

TAMPA, Fla. — Yankees first baseman Greg Bird felt pain and he wasn’t sure why. Yeah, the pitch had hit him on the right elbow, but that’s what the guard was for, right? “It hit and I was like, ‘I think it hit the pad,’ because I heard it. I was like, ‘Oh, it kinda hurts. I feel like

Braves will take a look at newly acquired pitcher Saturday

“It’s just go-pitch-Saturday,” Tomlin said Friday, “and they’ll make a decision from there.” The Braves signed the 34-year-old right-hander to a minor-league contract Thursday after he opted out of a similar deal with the Milwaukee Brewers upon being informed he wouldn’t open the season on

National League West capsules

Capsules of National League West teams, listed in order of finish last year: Los Angeles Dodgers 2018: 92-71, first place, lost to Boston in World Series. Manager: Dave Roberts (fourth season). He’s Here: CF A.J. Pollock, RHP Joe Kelly, C Russell Martin, LHP Adam McCreery. He’s Outta Here: SS

San Diego belongs to Manny Machado, if he wants it

The keys to San Diego belong to Manny Machado, if he wants them. He can tuck them snugly into the back pocket of his uniform and unlock doors from Little Italy to La Mesa, Otay Mesa to Oceanside. In a city starved for something that registers on the country’s sports Richter scale, it’s this simple

Hawks still want to make trouble for Sixers

The Atlanta Hawks aren’t going to make the playoffs this season. The Hawks caused problems for the Utah Jazz on Thursday, knocking them off 117-114 and throwing them into a four-way tie for fifth place in the Western Conference. “We know that we can beat anybody in the league,” Philadelphia