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What To Watch For in the 2020 Austrian Grand Prix – Formula 1 RSS UK

Chris Medland breaks down the hot topics ahead of the first race of the 2020 season at the Red Bull Ring.

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‘He’d solve a lot of problems’: Ikin will go ‘hard’ for Cam Smith if he gets Broncos gig – Fox Sports

Ben Ikin has revealed he will go “hard” for Storm skipper Cameron Smith if he gets appointed the club’s new CEO.

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The 43-year-old, who played 55 games for the club, submitted his application for the top job with current chief Paul White to step down at the end of the season.
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Ikin, host of Fox Leagues NRL 360, was put on the spot by his co-host Paul Kent on Tuesday and was asked how hard he would g…

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Two starters quarantined? Francisco Lindor leading off? Team chemistry? Scribbles about Cleveland Indians – cleveland.com

One thing is certain about the 2020 Cleveland Indians: They are very serious about winning and about team discipline.

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CLEVELAND, Ohio: The Indians were off Monday. Their record is 10-7. In this 60-game baseball season, it means the team is already at the quarter-pole. To be exact, 28% of the season is gone. Scribbling about what weve learned so far:
1. From team president Chris Antonetti to GM Mike Chernoff to manager Terry Francona to the coaching staff, the leadership has been strong and firm in the age of COVID-19. The Indians players put together a code of conduct to avoid an outbreak of the virus on the t…

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Detroit Tigers’ Michael Fulmer keeps promise, rediscovers velocity in win over White Sox – Detroit Free Press

Detroit Tigers’ Michael Fulmer tossed three scoreless innings in Monday’s win against the Chicago White Sox at Comerica Park

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Before Detroit Tigers right-hander Michael Fulmer took the mound for Monday’s series opener, he made a promise.
To his wife, Kelsey.
“It’s my wife’s birthday today,” Fulmer said after the game, “and I told her I’d pitch well.”
For the first time in a long time, probably before Tommy John surgery sidelined him two years ago, the 2016 AL Rookie of the Year and 2017 All-Star can confidently say he delivered on his promise. He fired three shutout innings Monday in the Tigers’ 5-1 win against the …

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