Oregon State and Washington State face player exodus amid realignment (2024)

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As Oregon State and Washington State prepare to face the dissolution of the Pac-12, athletes have left in droves, including some of the schools' biggest names Milwaukee Team Stax Tampa Bay Team Stax Monday's Transactions Minnesota Team Stax Sports Betting Line Rays thwart Brewers' ninth-inning comeback attempt and win 1-0 Celtics beat Heat, go up 3-1 in playoff series. Poor 3-point shooting again dooms Miami Kansas City Team Stax Derrick White scores 38, Celtics top Heat 102-88 to take a 3-1 East playoff series lead American League Glance Baseball Expanded Glance National League Glance Baseball Glance Monday's Major League Linescores Major League Baseball Leaders Top Ten Top Ten Major League Baseball Leaders American League Leaders National League Leaders Turner hits 2 home runs, Jansen also connects as Blue Jays beat Royals 6-5 A medical report on soccer legend Maradona's death aims to undercut homicide case against medics Nuggets point guard Jamal Murray starts Game 5 against Lakers despite strained left calf Boston 102, Miami 88 Sergei Bobrovsky makes 31 saves, Panthers beat Lightning 6-1 to advance to 2nd round NBA Daily Playoff Glance NBA Playoff Glance NHL Daily Playoff Glance NHL Playoff Glance Orioles shut out Yankees, 2-0, as Gunnar Henderson hits historic homer and Grayson Rodriguez bounces back Chicago Cubs Team Stax N.Y. Mets Team Stax CJ Abrams homers as Nationals complete 4-game sweep of NL-worst Marlins with 7-2 win Luis Severino loses no-hit bid in eighth as Mets fall 3-1 to Cubs Washington Team Stax N.Y. Yankees Team Stax Baltimore Team Stax Gunnar Henderson homers in 1st inning and Orioles defeat Yankees 2-0 in series opener Raiders expected to sign ex-Cowboys receiver Michael Gallup, AP source says Analysis: The Kraken fired Dave Hakstol. Here's who could replace him Special Editions Spring Wheels Estate Planning 2024 Just for Women Insurance Wedding Guide New Year, New Career Most Viewed Articles Let's keep in touch!

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As Oregon State and Washington State prepare to face the dissolution of the Pac-12, athletes have left in droves, including some of the schools' biggest names

  • By ANNE M. PETERSON - AP Sports Writer

Perhaps the biggest blow for Oregon State in recent weeks was the departure of running back Damien Martinez, who had previously pledged his loyalty to the Beavers.

The former Pac-12 Freshman of the Year had proclaimed in interviews and on social media that he was not abandoning the team as the school faced the dissolution of the conference and the departure of his coach.

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Rays thwart Brewers' ninth-inning comeback attempt and win 1-0

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Ryan Pepiot and three relievers combined on a three-hit shutout and the Tampa Bay Rays withstood a ninth-inning comeback attempt to beat the Milwaukee Brewers 1-0. Milwaukee manager Pat Murphy was ejected in the ninth inning after arguing a call that prevented the Brewers from scoring the apparent tying run. Pepiot continued his recent surge and outdueled Bryse Wilson to help Tampa Bay win for just the second time in its last eight games. The Rays staggered into Milwaukee after losing three consecutive games to the Chicago White Sox

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Derrick White scores 38, Celtics top Heat 102-88 to take a 3-1 East playoff series lead

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Derrick White scored a career-high 38 points, Jayson Tatum added 20 points and 10 rebounds, and the Boston Celtics beat the Miami Heat 102-88 to take a 3-1 lead in their Eastern Conference first-round series. Jaylen Brown scored 17 points and Jrue Holiday had 11 for the top-seeded Celtics, who lost Kristaps Porzingis in the first half to what the team said was a right calf injury. Bam Adebayo finished with 25 points, 17 rebounds and five assists for Miami, which had a sellout crowd but played again without injured starters Jimmy Butler and Terry Rozier.

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Turner hits 2 home runs, Jansen also connects as Blue Jays beat Royals 6-5

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Justin Turner hit two home runs, Danny Jansen added a solo homer and the Toronto Blue Jays held on to beat the Kansas City Royals 6-5 on Monday night. Turner hit a two-run home run in the first inning and had a leadoff homer in the third. It was the 16th multihomer game of his career. Jansen also connected in the third, his second. The Blue Jays scored more than five runs for the first time in 21 games, ending a streak that dated back to a 9-8 loss at Yankee Stadium on April 6.

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A medical report on soccer legend Maradona's death aims to undercut homicide case against medics

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A medical examiner’s report into the death of Argentine soccer legend Diego Maradona has injected uncertainty into the criminal negligence case brought against those involved in his care. The report was released Monday, just a month before the staffers are set to stand trial for homicide. A forensic expert conducted the study at the behest of one of the main defendants, neurosurgeon Leopoldo Luque, in an effort to challenge the 2021 medical examination that held Luque and other doctors responsible for what it described as Maradona’s avoidable death. The defendants have denied any violations or irregularities in Maradona’s treatment.

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Nuggets point guard Jamal Murray starts Game 5 against Lakers despite strained left calf

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Point guard Jamal Murray was in the starting lineup for the Denver Nuggets on Monday night as they tried to close out the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 5 of their playoff series. Murray had been listed as questionable with a strained left calf. Murray warmed up with an ice pack on the injured calf. He was injured in the second half of the Nuggets’ 119-108 loss in Los Angeles on Saturday night that snapped Denver’s 11-game winning streak over LeBron James and the Lakers. Murray missed 23 games during the regular season with a variety of leg ailments.

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Sergei Bobrovsky makes 31 saves, Panthers beat Lightning 6-1 to advance to 2nd round

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Sergei Bobrovsky made 31 saves, Aleksander Barkov and Carter Verhaege each had two goals and an assist, and the Florida Panthers beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 6-1 in Game 5 on Monday night to clinch their first-round series and advance in the NHL playoffs. Niko Mikkola had a goal and an assist, Evan Rodrigues also scored and Matthew Tkachuk had two assists for the Panthers, who won a playoff series against Tampa Bay for the first time in franchise history and clinched a postseason series at home for only the fourth time. Victor Hedman scored for the Lightning, which was eliminated in the first round for the second straight year after reaching the Final three straight years. Andrei Vasilevsky stopped 33 shots.

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Orioles shut out Yankees, 2-0, as Gunnar Henderson hits historic homer and Grayson Rodriguez bounces back

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BALTIMORE -- The young guys came to play Monday night.

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CJ Abrams homers as Nationals complete 4-game sweep of NL-worst Marlins with 7-2 win

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CJ Abrams hit a two-run homer and the Washington Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 7-2, completing a four-game sweep of the NL’s worst club in front of a season-low 6,376 fans at loanDepot Park. The Marlins, who made the playoffs last season, have lost seven straight to fall to 6-24. That's their worst skid since opening the season 0-9. Jake Irvin allowed two runs on four hits in six innings, bouncing back from allowing 12 hits and six runs to the Los Angeles Dodgers in his previous start. Ildemaro Vargas had two hits and an RBI for the Nationals, who swept Miami over four games for the first time since Sept. 18-21, 2014.

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Luis Severino loses no-hit bid in eighth as Mets fall 3-1 to Cubs

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NEW YORK -- When Luis Severino signed a one-year contract with the Mets to reset his market and show baseball that he still had plenty left in the tank, few thought what happened Monday night at Citi Field would be possible.

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Gunnar Henderson homers in 1st inning and Orioles defeat Yankees 2-0 in series opener

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Gunnar Henderson homered to lead off the first inning and the Baltimore Orioles defeated the New York Yankees 2-0 in the opener of a four-game series. Grayson Rodriguez threw 5 2/3 shutout innings for Baltimore, which won the first meeting of the season between the top teams in the AL East. New York left 10 runners on base and was 0 for 8 with runners in scoring position. Henderson's home run off Clarke Schmidt was his 10th of the season and tied the Los Angeles Angels’ Mike Trout for the major league lead.

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Raiders expected to sign ex-Cowboys receiver Michael Gallup, AP source says

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The Las Vegas Raiders expect to sign former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup to a one-year contract worth up to $3 million, pending a physical, a person with knowledge of the contract said Monday. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the contract was not finalized. Gallup would join a Las Vegas receiving group that includes Davante Adams and Jakobi Meyers with either Aidan O’Connell or Gardner Minshew throwing him the ball. The Raiders had an open spot after releasing Hunter Renfrow and not drafting anyone at that position.

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Analysis: The Kraken fired Dave Hakstol. Here's who could replace him

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SEATTLE — Dave Hakstol, the Kraken's only head coach in their three-year history, was relieved of his duties Monday morning.

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