MLB rumors: Starling Marte could be traded after rejecting overtime; Twins only willing to exchange rentals?

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The 2021 MLB trade deadline is less than two weeks away. Activity is already starting to pick up, with the Braves adding Joc Pederson and Stephen Vogt in separate exchanges since the all-star break. Here are the latest rumblings in trade deadlines. Marte rejects extension, likely to be traded Marlins outfielder and future free...

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Sharks and coyotes are commercial logs

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The San Jose Sharks bought goaltender Adin Hill from the Arizona Coyotes and a second-round pick in the 2022 draft on Saturday, replacing goaltender Joseph Coroner. According to SportsNet, the seventh-round pick at the next auction will be with Hill in California. The Sharks will have to come to an agreement with the 25-year-old...

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Bacolod City Forms Security Seal Committee

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(Image courtesy of the Ministry of Labor and Employment) THE CITY OF BACOLOD – Mayor Evelio Leonardia ordered the creation of the Bacolod Safety Seal Committee (BSSC) to ensure that health and safety protocols are implemented as part of the “new standard” in the conduct of business and commerce in this city. “(This is)...

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Indian Athletes Can Use Facilities Inside Olympic Village From Day 1 After Check In | Tokyo Olympic Games News

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NEW DELHI: India’s Deputy Chef de Mission (CDM) for the Tokyo Olympics Dr Prem Verma, who has resided in the Athletes’ Village since July 14, told TOI on Saturday that the country’s athletes are failing would not necessarily have to undergo a strict three-day “isolation period” upon arrival at the Village. Athletes can move...

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Update on the latest sports

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GOLF-BRITISH OPEN Oosthuizen 1-up on Morikawa SANDWICH, England (AP) – Collin Morikawa had the opportunity to walk away with a share of the lead over three rounds of the British Open. Just like Jordan Spieth (speech). Finally, Louis Oosthuizen (OOST’-hay-zehn) retained the lead with a 1-under 69 which puts him at 12 for the...

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2nd batch of donated J&J jabs delivered

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2ND EXPEDITION. The second batch of 1,606,600 doses of vaccine donated by Johnson and Johnson Janssen arrives at Terminal 3 of Ninoy Aquino International Airport on Saturday afternoon (July 17, 2021). The submission was greeted by (left to right) United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund Nutrition Officer Alice Nkoroi, Sec. Teodoro Locsin Jr., U.S. Embassy...

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Lamar’s Anthony Quirion signs free agent deal with Philadelphia Phillies

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BEAUMONT, Texas – Anthony Quirion, a senior third baseman from Lamar University, signed a free agent contract to continue his playing career with the Philadelphia Phillies organization on Thursday afternoon. One of Canada’s top college baseball players, Quirion was awarded a three-year letter (including the COVID-shortened 2020 season) to the Cardinals and meanwhile became...

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