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Study: Major League Baseball improving in minority hiring – Fresno Bee

Study: Major League Baseball improving in minority hiring
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A diversity report released Thursday on Major League Baseball finds the sport is showing improvement with its racial and hiring gender practices, particularly at the league's central office. The report card from The Institute for Diversity and Ethics

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Japanese baseball fans thrilled with Ohtani’s strong start – Fresno Bee


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Japanese baseball fans thrilled with Ohtani’s strong start
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Shohei Ohtani’s electrifying start with the Los Angeles Angels certainly sent a jolt of excitement through his fans back home in Japan. A slugger who can also pitch, Ohtani homered in his second straight home game Wednesday, blasting a two-run shot off
Angels’ Zack Cozart: Homers batting leadoffCBSSports.com

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Fantasy Baseball Today Podcast: Kenley Jansen concerns, players to add – CBSSports.com


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Fantasy Baseball Today Podcast: Kenley Jansen concerns, players to add
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Worried about Kenley Jansen? Looking for a starting pitcher to add? We’ve got you covered on today’s show. Adam Aizer mugshot; by Adam Aizer; 2h ago • 1 min read. Kenley Jansen is walking batters, allowing home runs and rubbing his shoulder, all while
Giants are playing .500 baseball, but it hardly feels that wayFresno Bee

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Fantasy Baseball: You can survive Kenley Jansen’s rocky start – CBSSports.com


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Fantasy Baseball: You can survive Kenley Jansen’s rocky start
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Kenley Jansen was one of the first 40 players drafted, on average, partly because of his reliability in a role with perpetual turnover. Since becoming the closer for the Dodgers in 2012, he had compiled a 2.07 ERA, 0.84 WHIP and 13.7 strikeouts per
Giants are playing .500 baseball, but it hardly feels that wayFresno Bee

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Giants are playing .500 baseball, but it hardly feels that way – Fresno Bee


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Giants are playing .500 baseball, but it hardly feels that way
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The Giants are in an odd spot heading into Tuesday’s home opener at AT&T Park. They should feel good about a 2-2 road start against the defending National League champion Los Angeles Dodgers. But San Francisco became the first major league team since

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LeBron shows the way – The New Paper


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LeBron shows the way
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LeBron shows the way Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James (No. 23) driving against Detroit Pistons forward Reggie Bullock (No. 25) . PHOTO: REUTERS. James’ 31 points top the Cavs’ 112-90 win over the Pistons, with Nance adding 22. Mar 07, 2018 06
Nance earns high praise from James on his Cavs debutThe Straits Times
LeBron, Nance power Cavaliers past Pistons 112-90Fresno Bee

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Shortstop Paul DeJong, Cardinals agree to $26M, 6-year deal – Fresno Bee


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Shortstop Paul DeJong, Cardinals agree to $26M, 6-year deal
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Less than a year after making his big league debut, Paul DeJong was rewarded with a long-term deal. And that was worth hugs all around. The shortstop and the St. Louis Cardinals agreed Monday to a $26 million, six-year contract that includes team
Cardinals’ Paul DeJong: Reaches extension with St. LouisCBSSports.com

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Referees favouring shooters, says James – The Straits Times


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Referees favouring shooters, says James
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CLEVELAND (Ohio) • LeBron James on Sunday hit out at National Basketball Association (NBA) referees after attempting just four free throws in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 110-94 loss to the San Antonio Spurs. The NBA star alleged that officials are more
Popovich praises LeBron’s courage to speak on social issuesFresno Bee

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James back new All-Star game format – The New Paper


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James back new All-Star game format
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LeBron James finished with 29 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists to capture his third career NBA All-Star Game MVP as Team LeBron stormed from behind to beat Team Stephen 148-145. James, who was also MVP in 2006 and 2008, made 12 of 17 field-goal
NBA: LeBron’s MVP performance guides team to All-Star winThe Straits Times
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Team LeBron edges Team Steph 148-145 in NBA All-Star GameFresno Bee
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