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01/25/2015 02:15 AM
Report: Yankees reject 'clear the air' meeting with Alex Rodriguez

As Ken Davidoff of the New York Post reported early Saturday, embattled Yankees star Alex Rodriguez took his "rehabilitation tour" directly to MLB headquarters on Wednesday for a "clear the air" meeting with new baseball commissioner Rob Manfred. Details of how that meeting played out were scarce at the time, but it immediately led to speculation about when a similar meeting might take place with New York Yankees executives.

Well, according to a New York Daily News report late Saturday night, A-Rod had taken that step with some urging from Manfred, but apparently that ship has already sailed. The Yankees not only rejected Rodriguez's request according to the report, they essentially the slammed the door in his face, telling him it can wait until spring training.

The Yankees have answered Alex Rodriguez’s attempts to apologize for his season-long steroid suspension and the scorched-earth tactics he used to fight the ban with a Bronx cheer.

The disgraced superstar offered to meet face-to-face with team executives to apologize for his role in the Biogenesis scandal and clear the air before players report to Tampa next month, the Daily News has learned, but the Yankee brass declined the invitation, telling Rodriguez, “We’ll see you in spring training.”

Away we go.

Rodriguez, who's set to return from his year-long suspension when spring training opens in three weeks, cut a path of destruction so wide and so deep before accepting his ban that he had to realize some wounds wouldn't heal with one phone call or one extension of the olive branch. Perhaps it's an effort he should have made sooner. Perhaps it wouldn't have mattered given how deep the wounds are, but with such a short time left to clear it air, it's obvious those wounds will still be open in Tampa.

On the plus side for A-Rod, it appears he's made significant progress with Manfred thanks to a series of meetings that predated Wednesday's encounter.

(USA TODAY Sports)Here's more from the Daily News: 

The first face-to-face meeting, however, occurred about six months later when Rodriguez and Manfred met in late summer last year at MLB’s Park Avenue offices. About a week after his DEA confession, which was spurred by his agreement to cooperate with the U.S. Attorneys prosecuting Bosch and other Biogenesis defendants, Rodriguez also abandoned lawsuits against MLB, then-commissioner Bud Selig and the Players Association.

Rodriguez met Manfred again on Wednesday of last week. The meetings were at MLB’s offices and were attended by Manfred and other MLB executives.

According to a source, Manfred told Rodriguez in the final meeting that he will now have to deal with the Yankees. “You’re done here,” A-Rod was told regarding their meetings, according to the source. “You’re a Yankee and you have to work things out now with them.”

That's not a five-star endorsement, but it's obviously Manfred's way of telling Rodriguez he's heard all he needs to hear and he's ready to move on. That's a notable and perhaps even noble stance given their history. In fact, the Daily News story provides extensive details of the havoc A-Rod and his people created for Manfred not only behind closed doors, but even as he attempted to enjoy leisure time.

In one incident at a charity event at the Manhattan Woods Golf Club in Pearl River, N.Y., Manfred’s caddy was approached by an investigator allegedly working for Rodriguez demanding to know what Manfred had been discussing during his golf round.

Yeah, those are the lengths A-Rod and his team were willing to go to muddy the waters. Now we might find out the lengths he's willing and capable of going on his way to mend fences. It appears he has one hurdle behind him with the league. Now comes the battle with the Yankees, which could remain ugly. Then comes the battle he'll never win, and that's winning back the majority of baseball's fans. There are some who forgive and others who will forget, but not many willing to do both. 

Lots of luck, Mr. Rodriguez. 

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01/24/2015 03:07 PM
Bet you never thought you'd hear Bill Belichick talk Spygate again, but he did

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick stood up at a surprise news conference on Saturday to say that the team's in-house investigation into allegations that the club deflated footballs improperly led him to say that they "have followed every rule to the letter."

And then he was asked about the 2007 Spygate incident. And Belichick unloaded.

Broaching a subject that he rarely — if ever? — has discussed in such detail since, Belichick issued a fierce defense of his team's actions back then.

"At no time was there any intent whatsoever to try to compromise the integrity of the game or to gain an advantage," Belichick said. "Quite the opposite — we feel we followed the rules of the game to the letter in our preparations, in our procedures, and in the way we handle every game that we competitively played in as it relates to this matter.

"We try to do everything right, we err on the side of caution, it has been this way for many years. Anything that’s close, we stay as far away from the line as we can. In this case, I can say that as far as I know and everything I can do, we did everything as right as we could do it. We welcome the league’s investigation in this matter."

The running debate amid the deflate-gate chatter is that, had this been any other team, we might not even be talking about PSIs and under-inflated footballs eight days from the Super Bowl. But given that the Patriots and Belichick were levied such heavy fines in the Spygate incident and that the Patriots' consistent winning and Belichick's sometimes brusque personality have become national rallying points against this team, deflate-gate has taken on a life of its own.

Perhaps even more so than Spygate. Which Belichick took a crack at relitigating seven-plus years later. With great ferocity.

"A guy is giving signals in front of 80,000 people, OK?" Belichick said. "So we filmed them taking signals in front of 80,000 people like there were a lot of other teams doing at that time too. Forget about that. If we were wrong, we’ve been disciplined for that.

"Guy is in front of 80,000 people ... 80,000 people saw it, everybody on the sideline saw it, everybody sees our guys in front of 80,000 people. I mean, there he is. It was wrong, we were disciplined for it, that’s it. We never did it again. We’re never going to do it again. Anything else that’s close, we’re not going to do either."

"We always do, we always have. Anything that’s remotely close, we’re [erring] on the side of caution."

How about that? 

Belichick not only took time on a Saturday to take the air out of the current controversy but turned back the clock to douse any lingering Spygate embers.

Note to media members covering this little football game coming up in a little more than a week: Ask Belichick about the incident with caution.

"This is the end of this subject for me for a long time," Belichick said. 

Guess we'll have to wait for his personal memoirs to get anything more on it.

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01/23/2015 11:48 PM
Klay Thompson sets NBA record with 37 points in a quarter

Take a bow, Klay. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)The Western Conference is full of deserving All-Star guard candidates, to the point where many terrific players will be left off the list through no fault of their own. Golden State Warriors shooting guard Klay Thompson, averaging 21.9 ppg for the NBA's best team, is one of those guys. If he doesn't make it with that resume, then you know the conference is stacked.

You can now forget about that possibility. In one quarter of Friday night's game against the Sacramento Kings, Thompson ensured that he will end up in the All-Star Game. Because he scored 37 points in the third quarter to set an NBA record.

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Yes, you read that correctly. After the Kings opened the half on a 7-0 run to take a 58-56 lead, Thompson redefined "on fire" by hitting all 13 of his field-goal attempts, including nine three-pointers. Perhaps most remarkably, Thompson set the mark by shooting only two free throws to finish off his scoring with four seconds remaining in the period. Everyone knew he was getting the ball and they just couldn't stop him. The video does not lie:

The shot chart isn't bad either:

It was also enough to make Detroit Pistons forward Anthony Tolliver say that he'd give up his livelihood if Thompson doesn't make the All-Star team:

Thompson topped the previous record of 33 points in a quarter shared by San Antonio Spurs legend George Gervin (1978) and then-Denver Nuggets star Carmelo Anthony (2008). His 37 points outscored all other Kings and Warriors, who managed just 26 in the third.

With 50 points at the end of the third, it looked as if Thompson could make a run up the all-time single-game scoring list. However, he played just a few minutes in the fourth before leaving the game up 104-74 with 9:27 remaining in regulation. Considering the score was 60-60 when he started his scoring barrage, I'd say he earned the rest.

Thompson finished the night with 52 points (16-of-25 FG, 11-of-15 3FG, 9-of-10 FT), five assists, four steals, and two blocks. That scoring total is a career high, topping his previous best of 41 points set on November 1 vs. the Los Angeles Lakers. Yes, he was just four points off his own personal record over the course of 12 minutes. Egads.

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01/24/2015 10:36 PM
Team Foligno wins Skills Challenge Relay (Video)

To interpret the rules of the Skills Challenge Relay, one needs a Ph.D. in something like rocket science. Here's proof from the NHL website:

via NHL.com

The players were challenged with taking one timers from different angles, making passes into tiny nets, skating and puckhandling around cardboard Gatorade bottles, and puckhandling around spaced out pegs.

What did we learn? A few things...

First, the GoPro cameras on helmets are a cool idea, except they can make those prone to motion sickness very nauseous. Second, Ryan Getzlaf is King of Tiny Nets! And third, if Jeremy Roenick and/or Pierre McGuire says a player is good or bad at a certain skill, they will instantly become the opposite of what they declared.

Final Results: Team Foligno wins 2-1 somehow.

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01/25/2015 02:15 AM
Report: Yankees reject 'clear the air' meeting with Alex Rodriguez

As Ken Davidoff of the New York Post reported early Saturday, embattled Yankees star Alex Rodriguez took his "rehabilitation tour" directly to MLB headquarters on Wednesday for a "clear the air" meeting with new baseball commissioner Rob Manfred. Details of how that meeting played out were scarce at the time, but it immediately led to speculation about when a similar meeting might take place with New York Yankees executives.

Well, according to a New York Daily News report late Saturday night, A-Rod had taken that step with some urging from Manfred, but apparently that ship has already sailed. The Yankees not only rejected Rodriguez's request according to the report, they essentially the slammed the door in his face, telling him it can wait until spring training.

The Yankees have answered Alex Rodriguez’s attempts to apologize for his season-long steroid suspension and the scorched-earth tactics he used to fight the ban with a Bronx cheer.

The disgraced superstar offered to meet face-to-face with team executives to apologize for his role in the Biogenesis scandal and clear the air before players report to Tampa next month, the Daily News has learned, but the Yankee brass declined the invitation, telling Rodriguez, “We’ll see you in spring training.”

Away we go.

Rodriguez, who's set to return from his year-long suspension when spring training opens in three weeks, cut a path of destruction so wide and so deep before accepting his ban that he had to realize some wounds wouldn't heal with one phone call or one extension of the olive branch. Perhaps it's an effort he should have made sooner. Perhaps it wouldn't have mattered given how deep the wounds are, but with such a short time left to clear it air, it's obvious those wounds will still be open in Tampa.

On the plus side for A-Rod, it appears he's made significant progress with Manfred thanks to a series of meetings that predated Wednesday's encounter.

(USA TODAY Sports)Here's more from the Daily News: 

The first face-to-face meeting, however, occurred about six months later when Rodriguez and Manfred met in late summer last year at MLB’s Park Avenue offices. About a week after his DEA confession, which was spurred by his agreement to cooperate with the U.S. Attorneys prosecuting Bosch and other Biogenesis defendants, Rodriguez also abandoned lawsuits against MLB, then-commissioner Bud Selig and the Players Association.

Rodriguez met Manfred again on Wednesday of last week. The meetings were at MLB’s offices and were attended by Manfred and other MLB executives.

According to a source, Manfred told Rodriguez in the final meeting that he will now have to deal with the Yankees. “You’re done here,” A-Rod was told regarding their meetings, according to the source. “You’re a Yankee and you have to work things out now with them.”

That's not a five-star endorsement, but it's obviously Manfred's way of telling Rodriguez he's heard all he needs to hear and he's ready to move on. That's a notable and perhaps even noble stance given their history. In fact, the Daily News story provides extensive details of the havoc A-Rod and his people created for Manfred not only behind closed doors, but even as he attempted to enjoy leisure time.

In one incident at a charity event at the Manhattan Woods Golf Club in Pearl River, N.Y., Manfred’s caddy was approached by an investigator allegedly working for Rodriguez demanding to know what Manfred had been discussing during his golf round.

Yeah, those are the lengths A-Rod and his team were willing to go to muddy the waters. Now we might find out the lengths he's willing and capable of going on his way to mend fences. It appears he has one hurdle behind him with the league. Now comes the battle with the Yankees, which could remain ugly. Then comes the battle he'll never win, and that's winning back the majority of baseball's fans. There are some who forgive and others who will forget, but not many willing to do both. 

Lots of luck, Mr. Rodriguez. 

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