Orioles take Red Sox relief prospect Andrew Politi in Rule 5 draft: ‘He was our guy’

Since 2006, the only thing that has stopped the Orioles from making a selection in major league phase of the Rule 5 draft is it not taking place. With the event returning in full at the winter meetings after 2021′s major league portion was canceled because of the MLB lockout, the Orioles continued their streak,… Continue reading Orioles take Red Sox relief prospect Andrew Politi in Rule 5 draft: ‘He was our guy’

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Paul back in lineup for Suns after 14-game injury absence

PHOENIX (AP) — Chris Paul is back in the starting lineup for the Phoenix Suns after missing a month with a sore right heel. The 12-time All-Star guard returned Wednesday night against the NBA-leading Boston Celtics. The 37-year-old was listed as questionable for the game but did some work during the team’s morning shootaround. The… Continue reading Paul back in lineup for Suns after 14-game injury absence

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Former Border Patrol agent who confessed to killing 4 women in Texas has been convicted of capital murder

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Former Border Patrol agent who confessed to killing 4 women in Texas has been convicted of capital murder. Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without permission. The post Former Border Patrol agent who confessed to killing 4 women in… Continue reading Former Border Patrol agent who confessed to killing 4 women in Texas has been convicted of capital murder

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Dolphins’ Tua Tagovailoa doesn’t pay attention to constant Justin Herbert comparisons

Tua Tagovailoa and Justin Herbert will always be linked. It’s inevitable when two quarterbacks are taken one after the other in the same draft class. In the first two seasons since the Miami Dolphins selected Tagovailoa fifth in the 2020 draft and the Los Angeles Chargers chose Herbert sixth, although Tagovailoa won more often in… Continue reading Dolphins’ Tua Tagovailoa doesn’t pay attention to constant Justin Herbert comparisons

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Peru’s president ousted by Congress in political crisis

By FRANKLIN BRICEÑO (Associated Press) LIMA, Peru (AP) — The president of Peru was ousted by Congress and arrested on a charge of rebellion Wednesday after he sought to dissolve the legislative body and take unilateral control of the government, triggering a grave constitutional crisis. Vice President Dina Boluarte replaced Pedro Castillo and became the… Continue reading Peru’s president ousted by Congress in political crisis

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Plymouth man charged with attacking 68-year-old who was celebrating in Faneuil Hall

A Plymouth man was ordered held on $2,000 cash bail after being arraigned Monday in Boston Municipal Court Central Division on charges that he attacked and seriously injured a 68-year-old man outside a Faneuil Hall restaurant early Sunday morning, District Attorney Kevin Hayden announced Wednesday. Robert Buckley, 43, is charged with assault and battery on… Continue reading Plymouth man charged with attacking 68-year-old who was celebrating in Faneuil Hall

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SF Giants’ farm plucked apart in Rule 5 draft; lose 9 minor leaguers of 82 players taken

SAN DIEGO — The Rule 5 draft is typically one of the more mundane functions of the Winter Meetings. But something curious started to happen shortly into the even less consequential minor-league portion Wednesday afternoon. Other teams kept plucking players from the Giants’ farm system. Of the 82 players taken, nine were Giants farmhands. For… Continue reading SF Giants’ farm plucked apart in Rule 5 draft; lose 9 minor leaguers of 82 players taken

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Florida Commission on Ethics finds Broward Sheriff Tony failed to disclose 1993 shooting

Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony is facing more scrutiny about his past. Officials with the Florida Commission on Ethics said it concluded Tony failed to disclose that he’d shot and killed a man when he was a teenager back in 1993 when Gov. Ron DeSantis was considering appointing him to sheriff. The panel also found the… Continue reading Florida Commission on Ethics finds Broward Sheriff Tony failed to disclose 1993 shooting

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