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Red Sox 3B Pablo Sandoval to have surgery on left shoulder

No timetable was provided for how long Sandoval is expected to be sidelined, and the Red Sox say they will comment after the operation.Sandoval is in the second season of a $95 million, five-year contract. Boston Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval will have surgery on his left shoulder in the next few days.The team announced Monday the procedure will be performed by Dr. Sandoval is 0 for 6 with four strikeouts and a walk while appearing in three games, one start.Copyright 2016 The Associated Press.
USA Today
03/05
15 Points
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Michael Conforto's career is off to a better start than Bryce Harper and Mike Trout 

Conforto played his 78th MLB game on Sunday, and his numbers are more impressive through 78 career games than the production of Harper and Trout. Evan Vucci/AP Bryce Harper has been a force since breaking into the league, and emerged in a big way as the National League MVP in 2015. Conforto is 6-for-30 in his career against southpaws.Conforto's numbers as the No. In 14 games his slash line is .364/.410/.727 with four homers, 15 RBI, eight doubles and 14 runs.
Daily News
02/05
21 Points

Sports Overland's Jervae Robinson stars in The Show prep basketball all-star game

MVP of the victorious Blue Team (ThunderRidge's Alyssia Martinez was MVP for the White) . The Show went on without much of a hitch.Indeed, the all-star basketball games for boys and girls changed. Randall headed the White with 23 and Robinson won the game for the Blue with 27."I couldn't think about going out (in his career) any other way, like a dream come true," Robinson said.
The Denver Post
30/04
6 Points

Warriors' Stephen Curry in good spirits

The last thing they want is the MVP further injuring himself during a sideline celebration. "It's good to see guys when they're hurt supporting the team. He's obviously frustrated and we just want him to know we're with him and we'll hopefully hold the fort down until he's back."Before the game, Curry took in chapel with Warriors and Rockets players in a room adjacent to the locker room. On his way, he playfully mimicked the familiar cry of security guards at Oracle Arena who yell, 'Hold 'em up.
San Jose Mercury News
28/04
15 Points
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Sports Warriors reach second round with MVP Stephen Curry sidelined

"Just get (him) healthy and we need to continue holding it down without him."Golden State moved and shared the ball, following up its 38 assists from Sunday's win with 30 more. "Steph was having a great time."The Warriors wear their yellow "Strength in Numbers" T-shirts just like the thousands of fans at rockin' Oracle Arena.Golden State sure can win without Curry, just as this group of confident, team-first players insisted all along.
USA Today
28/04
9 Points

Kawakami: This is why Warriors want Kevin Durant

Which is part of the issue: If Barnes might draw an offer worth $20 million a year or more, why wouldn't the Warriors see if they can land Durant for $30 million a year as an upgrade. Which is exactly why the Warriors want Kevin Durant, the 27-year-old Oklahoma City superstar set up to be the prize of this summer's free-agent period.You can win a record 73 regular-season games. Plus, they've had tough playoff series even with him--what would that Memphis series last season looked like without the MVP.
San Jose Mercury News
27/04
18 Points

Kawakami: This is why Warriors want Kevin Durant

Which is part of the issue: If Barnes might draw an offer worth $20 million a year or more, why wouldn't the Warriors see if they can land Durant for $30 million a year as an upgrade. Which is exactly why the Warriors want Kevin Durant, the 27-year-old Oklahoma City superstar set up to be the prize of this summer's free-agent period.You can win a record 73 regular-season games. Plus, they've had tough playoff series even with him--what would that Memphis series last season looked like without the MVP.
San Jose Mercury News
27/04
3 Points

Curry Crisis: Warriors dominate Game 4 without the MVP, but now all attention turns to his diagnosis and timetable

Can the Warriors win this series if Curry doesn't play another minute in it. Question 2: Will these injuries (the ankle for Games 2 and 3 and now the knee) hinder him for the rest of these playoffs when and if he make sit back, and if he's limited or out, where does that leave the Warriors attempt for back-to-back titles are this epic 73-win season. * Usual important note: I wasn't in Houston for this game and all the best reporting and commentary will come from those who were.
San Jose Mercury News
25/04
18 Points

Warriors' Stephen Curry out with right knee sprain

HOUSTON -- Stephen Curry suffered a sprained right knee on the final play of the first half and will not return to Game 4 of the Warriors' first-round playoff series against the Houston Rockets.Curry while defending Trevor Ariza on the final play of the first half, lost his footing with his left leg and then grabbed his right knee after it buckled.Curry limped back to the locker room before jogging back onto the court and trying to warm up.
San Jose Mercury News
25/04
1 Points
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Draymond Green's message to somber Stephen Curry: 'We got you'

And per the Warriors’ norm, there was the always-vocal Draymond Green."He was shook up; he was crying," the Warriors forward told USA TODAY Sports.  again.All around him at the Toyota Center on Sunday afternoon, with the Golden State Warriors’ hopes of a title defense hanging in the balance and the reigning MVP with tears in his eyes having just been told that a third-quarter return from this right knee injury was just too risky, there was noise.
USA Today
25/04
13 Points

Thompson: Curry's competitiveness doesn't make him uncoachable

The plan: See how Curry felt and heed the advice of doctors, who cleared Curry at halftime of Game 1. The MVP's pleas to return fell on deaf ears.Curry said he would return in Game 2. Curry watched the Warriors lose Game 3 from the locker room.After the game, he was visibly frustrated. HOUSTON -- The soap opera that is Stephen Curry's ankle had another plot twist.Friday, Curry completed a 3-on-3 session to conclude the Warriors' light practice. Look for the places where drama was supposed to happen.
San Jose Mercury News
23/04
3 Points

Sports Thompson: Curry's competitiveness doesn't make him uncoachable

The plan: see how Curry felt and heed the advice of doctors, who cleared Curry at halftime of Game 1. The MVP's pleas to return fall on deaf ears.Curry said he would return in Game 2. Curry watched the Warriors lose Game 3 from the locker room.After the game, he was visibly frustrated. "That was a smart decision," Curry said of Kerr holding him out of Game 3. Curry is telling jokes centered on the Rockets' gripes.The next step: 5-on-5 at Saturday's practice.
San Jose Mercury News
23/04
5 Points
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Sports Bryce Harper rips sixth home run in eight games

Bryce Harper's amazing April continued Thursday afternoon, as the reigning National League MVP hit his eighth home run in the first inning of the Washington Nationals' game at Miami.It was Harper's sixth home run in 27 at-bats against Marlins starter Tom Koehler, although regardless of pitcher, Harper's plate appearances have taken on an air inevitability of late.
USA Today
21/04
4 Points
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SEE IT: Spurs’ Dab Kid is the real MVP of Game 1 against Grizzlies  

The Spurs may have found a new mascot.Dab Kid, as he’s being called, has taken the sports Internet by storm thanks to video of him doing the dab with gusto during San Antonio’s Game 1 demolition of Memphis.KID SCHOOLS KNICKS ROOKIE KRISTAPS PORZINGIS, CELEBRATES WITH DABCaleb Saenz, of Spurs site 48 Minutes of Hell, spotted the artist at work while breaking down game film from the Spurs’ 106-74 win over the Grizzlies and, thankfully, has shared his findings with the Internet.
Daily News
20/04
20 Points
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