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Mets Apologize After Their Mascot Is Caught on Video Flipping Off Fans

Mets Apologize After Their Mascot Is Caught on Video Flipping Off Fans

Indeed, the struggling Mets have had a less than stellar start to the season. Then he missed three games in San Diego from May 15-18 because of strep throat. "I don't fine anybody", manager Craig Counsell said. "I worked hard on trying to get back in good shape throughout my rehab", he said. Sogard and Thames, the Brewers' No.


Brewers' Anderson no-hits Diamiondbacks through 6 innings

Brewers' Anderson no-hits Diamiondbacks through 6 innings

The Brewers lose their fifth straight whle the Diamondbacks win their tenth in eleven games. TWINS 5, RAYS 3: Brian Dozier hit a tiebreaking two-run homer for Minnesota with two outs in the eighth inning, lifting the Twins to a win at Minneapolis.


How to watch Game 1 of Cavs-Warriors

How to watch Game 1 of Cavs-Warriors

And to small forward LeBron James , the Cavaliers have the ideal leader in Tyronn Lue. But those were moments - and no players, nor teams came close to stringing enough moments together to threaten Cleveland and Golden State. While saying his two sons, ages 9 and 12, love life and have open minds, James added, "at the end of the day, they're going to have to walk their own path".



Indy 500: Fernando Alonso Ready To Improvise At 'Unpredictable' Race

If Liberty Media are looking to expand in North America, they could do worse than finding a way of attracting the Indy 500 victor to race in a grand prix. Roger Penske has a record 16 wins at Indy, but his cars didn't look like contenders out of qualifying. Fernando Alonso has every chance of victory on his Indy 500 debut, according to former victor and Formula One champion Mario Andretti .


Cavs coach Lue: Warriors best I've ever seen

Cavs coach Lue: Warriors best I've ever seen

Favored, not invincible. But that was how they looked Thursday. But this was Durant's show. Golden State has won all 12 of its postseason contests heading into Thursday night's Game 1 of the NBA Finals against the reigning champion Cleveland Cavaliers .



Kevin Durant drives the open lane for monster dunk, twice

Golden State's four turnovers tied an NBA Finals low . Not that anyone expected any different. Several commenters pointed out that the Cavaliers have been in this position before, rallying from a 3-1 deficit in last year's Finals before winning their first championship.