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Detroit Tigers unleash No. 1 pick Spencer Torkelson at training camp – Detroit Free Press

Spencer Torkelson, the Detroit Tigers’ No. 1 draft pick, wore No. 73 when he came out for his first batting practice session

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TEAMS: Big Bombers out, gun Sun dropped – AFL

Gold Coast and Essendon have named their teams for Wednesday night’s clash

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ESSENDON has opted to rest dual All-Australian defender Michael Hurley from Wednesday night’s must-win clash with Gold Coast at Metricon Stadium. 
Hurley, who had played every other match this season, joins two-game ruckman Sam Draper in being managed, while Jacob Townsend (concussion) will also miss the Suns game. 
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Marty Gleeson, Tom Bellchambers and Dylan Clarke return for the Bombers, who named Jordan Ridley (ribs) despite him being in doubt after leaving the field…

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Exclusive: Heritier Lumumba gave Scott Pendlebury permission to use nickname at centre of racism claims – Fox Sports

Disgruntled Collingwood premiership player Heritier Lumumba gave permission for Scott Pendlebury to call him ‘Chimp’.

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Foxfooty.com.au can reveal Pendlebury was instructed by Lumumba that it was OK to refer to him using a nickname which he has since come out and admonished.
It is unclear whether Lumumba may have allowed Pendlebury – and potentially other teammates to use the nickname in a bid to fit in and cope with what he now says was a culture festered with discrimination.
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Supercars confirms no midweek races for second Darwin event – Speedcafe

Supercars has confirmed the second event in the Darwin double-header at Hidden Valley Raceway will not be a midweek affair

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Hidden Valley Raceway will host Supercars on successive weekends
Supercars has confirmed the second event in the Darwin double-header at Hidden Valley Raceway will not be a midweek affair.
Until today, the CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint has not had a firm date attached to it after Supercars delayed its double-header in Darwin.
The forthcoming BetEady Darwin Triple Crown will take place this weekend on August 15-16 while the Darwin SuperSprint that follows has today been confirmed for August 22-…

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