The Washington Nationals' season took yet another dismal turn Sunday, when recently acquired closer Jonathan Papelbon and MVP-candidate Bryce Harper tussled in the dugout during the eighth inning. On Monday the Nats announced they had suspended Papelbon for the rest of the season.
'Hockey Night in Canada,' which is a show about hockey that takes place in Canada and also other places, despite its misleading title, shows CBS how it's done with this masterpiece. Eat your heart out, Greg Gumbel.
Remember "Deflategate"? The NFL released the so-called Wells Report earlier today (full doc here), the result of a months-long, extensive investigation into whether the footballs used in the Patriots-Colts AFC Championship Game back in January were illegally tampered with. So were they? According to the report, probably.
The State's Attorney in Baltimore, Marilyn Mosby, announced on Friday morning that the coroner's office had ruled the death of Freddie Gray a homicide. Gray died while in police custody on April 19, setting off a wave of protests and violence in the city that lasted several days, garnering national attention.
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