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Braves star Freddie Freeman has coronavirus, is ‘not feeling great’ – New York Post

MLB All-Star first baseman Freddie Freeman was among four Atlanta Braves players to test positive for coronavirus, manager Brian Snitker announced Saturday. Snitker said it could be “a while&…

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Astros facing largest divisional deficit since 2016; three reasons why Houston is off to a slow start – CBS Sports

The Astros can blame their sluggish start on injuries and close losses

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The Houston Astros lost their fourth game in a row on Saturday, dropping to 6-8 on the season with a loss against the Oakland Athletics. The Astros are now 4 1/2 games behind the A’s in the American League West, making this the first time since 2016 that they’ve been that far back this late in the season, according to MLB.com’s Sarah Langs’ research.
For those who haven’t been following along with the Astros’ early season woes, allow us to explain what’s going on in Houston by highlighting thre…

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Giants roster moves: Giants will add a pair of undrafted free agents – Big Blue View

Depth to be added at offensive tackle, wide receiver

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Along with adding cornerback Ross Cockrell, the New York Giants are apparently going to add a couple of undrafted free agents to their 80-man roster over the next few days.
Offensive tackle Jackson Dennis is expected to sign with the Giants after completing COVID-19 testing and passing a physical, perhaps as early as Tuesday, a source confirmed. Dennis, formerly of Holy Cross, is 6-foot-7, 308 pounds and was briefly with the Arizona Cardinals after going undrafted.
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Max Verstappen defeats Mercedes duo to seal brilliant Silverstone win – Formula 1 RSS UK

Verstappen has become the first non-Mercedes driver to win a race in 2020, the Red Bull racer winning out in the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix from the Mercedes pairing of Lewis Hamilton and polesitter Valtteri Bottas after an incredible display at Silverstone.

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Max Verstappen has become the first non-Mercedes driver to win a race in 2020, the Red Bull racer winning out in the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix from the Mercedes pairing of Lewis Hamilton and polesitter Valtteri Bottas after an incredible display at Silverstone.
Verstappen had been the only driver in the top 10 to begin the race on the hard tyres. And after starting P4 which became P3 by Turn 1, after he quickly passed the Racing Point of Nico Hulkenberg he managed his pace brilliantly through…

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