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IT’S A BASKETBALL-FREE SPORTS WEEKEND
ON THE COURT, SO LET’S CRANK UP
THE BASEBALL RUMOR MILL
PLUS THERE’S MORE MLB NEWS & NOTES …
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ON THE BACK-BURNER WITH FUN FACTS/FIGURES
If you happened to believe that the Houston Astros (30-18) were going to enter the last weekend in May with the largest lead among all first-place teams in Major-League Baseball, then bully for you!
The fact of the matter is the ‘Stros – sporting a solid 6-game lead over the Seattle Mariners while heading into last night’s action – have been the…
Royals And Cubs In A “Teams Of The Future” Battle This Weekend At Wrigley Field
For years, it would have been hard to imagine anyone but team loyalists getting excited about a three-game Interleague series featuring the Kansas City Royals and the Chicago Cubs. In terms of pure baseball excitement, that might have been near the bottom of the list.
Now…it’s a SHOWCASE series because the Kansas City Royals are the defending American League champions who are still young and hungry enough to be chomping at the bit to get back to the Fall Classic and WIN. And, the Chicago Cubs are now a resurgent franchise that’s already in great shape to earn a Wildcard berth…
Belmont Park Trends and Angles
BUILD BANKROLL FOR BELMONT STAKES DAY AND BEYOND
By Noel Michaels
A full month of the Belmont Park spring/summer meet is already in the books, and we are now approaching the best part of the Belmont season as the date draws near for the 2015 running of the Belmont Stakes - the third and decisive jewel in racing's Triple Crown. With a Triple Crown on the line this year, it is certainly worth paying close attention to the Belmont Stakes, but remember that there is also still plenty of other great action going on at Belmont between now and Saturday, June 6.
Dwight Howard suspended 1 game
New York, NY (SportsNetwork.com) - Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard has been suspended one game without pay after earning his fourth Flagrant foul point of the postseason.
Odd Man Rush: Harper, Bryant meeting highlights NL youth
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - Bryce Harper is nine months younger than Kris Bryant, but the young Washington Nationals superstar is quite the major league veteran compared to his Chicago Cubs counterpart.