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FaviconReport: Heat forward LeBron James to opt out of deal, become free agent 24 Jun 2014, 10:04 am

Get ready for the Decision, Part II. LeBron James is opting out of his contract with the Heat, and will become a free agent.

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FaviconUruguay eliminates Italy; Did Suarez bite again? 24 Jun 2014, 9:44 am

Uruguay is moving on. Italy is out of the World Cup after a 1-0 loss. Meanwhile, Luis Suarez apparently bit an opponent again.

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FaviconO's Davis walks off White Sox with pinch-hit HR 23 Jun 2014, 11:56 pm

Chris Davis had been scuffling, and with lefty Chris Sale on the mound, it was a perfect night for the Orioles first baseman to ride the pine. He didn’t get the entire night off, however. Manager Buck Showalter called his number in the bottom of the ninth, and Davis delivered a walk-off three-run homer.

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10/01/2014 12:09 AM
AL wild card: Royals edge A's in 12 innings on Salvador Perez's walk-off single

The Kansas City Royals and Oakland Athletics put the wild in wild card Tuesday night. At the end, Kansas City was going crazy once again, celebrating like they haven't in 29 years. The Royals won a five-hour, 12-inning game on Salvador Perez's walk-off single that went down the third-base line, just under the glove of A's third baseman Josh Donaldson.

The A's blew it three times — including a 7-3 lead in the eighth and ninth innings, and a 8-7 lead in the 12th. The Royals scored twice in the 12th to overthrow the A's and win 9-8. Now Kansas City will face the Angels in the ALDS.

• Salvador Perez, who found sweet redemption, in the 12th. He was 0-5 in the game before that, including a crucial strikeout in the eighth inning that stopped a Royals rally.

• Eric Hosmer's 12th inning triple — just out of the reach of two Oakland outfielders — got the Royals going in the final inning. He eventually scored the tying run and finished the night with three hits.

• The Royals runners. We'd heard a lot about the Royals' speed heading into the wild-card game, and it lived up to the hype. They stole seven bases, including three in their three-run, eighth-inning rally. Another swiped base helped them tie the game in the ninth.

• Brandon Finnegan, a Royals rookie relief pitcher, was making just his eighth MLB appearance and he did well on the big stage. Finnegan was drafted by the Royals in June and quickly advanced to the big leagues. The Royals gave him the ball in the 10th inning. He pitched 2 1/3 innings, striking out three batters while allowing just one hit and issuing one walk. The one walk turned into an Oakland run, but it was still a nice outing for a guy who was pitching in college a few months earlier.

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• Brandon Moss, the All-Star A's slugger who slumped massively in the second half, was a one-man wrecking crew. He slugged two homers and knocked in five runs,. His first-inning blast put the A's up 2-0 and his sixth-inning three-run homer reclaimed the lead for Oakland. He hit two homers in August and September combined, so to rebound with two in a do-or-die game was huge.

• Alberto Callaspo, who came off the bench for the A's in the 12th inning and delivered a go-ahead RBI single to put Oakland ahead 8-7. He had three hits in 12 at-bats this season as a pinch-hitter, but none bigger than this one.

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• Despite the win, Royals manager Ned Yost will be second-guessed for a while for one of his moves, maybe even 29 years. He took out starter James Shields in the sixth inning with two runners on and Moss and Josh Reddick coming up to bat. Yost chose to bring in rookie fireballer Yordano Ventura, who promptly gave up the three-run homer to Moss. Ventura was put in a tough situation for the first postseason appearance of his young career, and he did not rise to the occasion. At the very least, Yost could have picked a different reliever. He had a lot to choose from, instead of a starter who had only previously pitched once in relief. The Royals' comeback will quiet a bit of the "Fire Ned Yost" talk, but you can bet some fans will never forgive him.
• Late-inning Oakland pitching. Put this in the "you had one job" category. The A's were up 7-3, going into the bottom of the eighth. Lester got tagged for three runs, then setup man Luke Gregerson came in and had a rough time, but eventually got the A's out of the inning with a 7-6 lead. Closer Sean Doolittle, usually a good bet for Oakland, gave up the tying run in the ninth. Not great for a team that's supposed to have one of the best bullpens in baseball.

Jarrod Dyson's steal of third base in the ninth inning — a gutsy call by the Royals that paid off. He was safe and allowed Nori Aoki to tie the game in the ninth with a long sac fly to right field.

The Royals overcoming Moss' five RBIs puts them in rare company historically:

Obviously, teams are now 62-2.

• The collapse of the A's. It mirrored their season, actually. They looked like they had the game locked down, then let it slip away when it mattered most. This one won't be easy to get over.

• The Royals speed. Moving forward, opponents will be game-planning for the Royals' runners.

• Playoff baseball. It's back. It's tense. It's a thrill to watch. No matter which team you were rooting for, Tuesday's game was one heck of a ride.

The Royals advance to play the Los Angeles Angels in the ALDS. Game 1 is Thursday in Anaheim. First pitch is 9:07 p.m. ET. The Angels send Jered Weaver (18-9, 3.59 ERA) to the mound.

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09/30/2014 05:20 PM
FCC considering ban on Redskins nickname, punishment for announcers

The Federal Communications Commission, an independent government agency that regulates radio and television broadcasts, is considering whether to fine and punish broadcasters for using the Washington Redskins nickname, per CNBC.

John Banzhaf III, a George Washington University law professor, has sent the FCC a petition asking regulators to strip Washington D.C. radio station WWXX-FM (ESPN) of its broadcasting license when it comes up for renewal for using the name Redskins, which Banzhaf deems to be "akin to broadcasting obscenity."

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FCC chairman Tom Wheeler said yesterday that the petition is under consideration.

"We'll be looking at that petition, we will be dealing with that issue on the merits and we'll be responding accordingly," Wheeler said Tuesday. "There are a lot of names and descriptions that were used over time that are inappropriate today. And I think the name that is attributed to the Washington football club is one of those."

If the word "Redskins" is deemed to be indecent — and some do consider it a slur against Native Americans — the FCC could impose a de facto ban on the word being used on television and radio. Broadcasters who then use the word would be subject to fine and/or possible suspension.

Despite mounting political pressure, Redskins team owner Daniel Snyder has thus far refused to consider changing the name.

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09/30/2014 08:32 PM
Denver Nuggets mascot Rocky appeared at a Colorado GOP rally, upsetting the franchise

Sep 29, 2014; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Nuggets mascot Rocky poses for a portrait during media day at the Pepsi Center. (Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports)Professional sports franchises, like most businesses, do whatever they can to appeal to the most potential consumers possible. In most cases, this means that they shy away from making any statements or stands that could offend a sizable portion of their fan base. Few topics divide more than politics, and so teams typically reserve comments on social issues for special occasions in which a groundswell of support makes silence untenable. This phenomenon is certainly not unique to the NBA or other leagues, but it's apparent enough that any crossing of that line tends to stand out.

An official mascot appearing at an event for a state political party would seem to qualify. Rocky, the plush mountain lion who represents the Denver Nuggets, showed up alongside 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney and others at a rally for the Colorado Republican Committee and the party's various candidates for office this November. This tweet proves as much (via Deadspin):

Rocky poses with Colorado GOP members and candidates (via Deadspin).

The tweet was deleted soon after its posting. All registered voters, even those who wear animal costumes, are able to support any candidates they wish. Of course, most don't do so in association with a major sports franchise, and that has upset Rocky's bosses with the Nuggets. From David Krause for The Denver Post:

Nuggets marketing manager Graham Wincott, who handles Rocky and his appearances, said the team's mascot showing up at the GOP event was "an unsanctioned, unpaid appearance that we had no knowledge of." [...] "As a sports team, we want to be apolitical," Wincott said. "Two things we never touch on are politics and religion." [...]
Wincott said the matter was being handled "internally" but the organization is setting "new protocol for anyone who wears a mascot uniform for a Kroenke sports team."
Ken Solomon has played Rocky for more than 20 years. As Rocky, he posed for pictures Monday and danced on stage with various GOP volunteers at the event before the political speeches began. [...]
"I was surprised and pleased to see Rocky before the rally yesterday, and understand he was there at the invitation and as a guest of a long-time supporter of Mitt Romney and Bob Beauprez," Colorado Republican Party chairman Ryan Call wrote in an e-mail Tuesday. "Although he did not play a role in the formal program, it was terrific to see him interacting with Nuggets fans and putting smiles on the faces of people in the gathering crowd before the rally started.
"I'm sure everyone understands that his appearance in no way implies an endorsement by the Denver Nuggets of any candidate or party. Nuggets fans also understand that even Rocky has First Amendment rights and the Colorado Republican Party stands with him."

It's hard to know where to start when a report involves someone saying that Mitt Romney knows an NBA mascot well enough to extend a personal invitation to a political rally, but let's begin by noting that Rocky does not have First Amendment rights because he is a creation of the Denver Nuggets, not a citizen of the United States. Ken Solomon does have those rights, though, which is why he has received a stern talking-to and maybe a punishment from bosses instead of being taken off to jail for dancing with a bunch of political candidates and GOP officials. I assume that Call does not want businesses to lose their legal ability to discipline their own employees internally. Plus, Stan Kroenke, owner of Kroenke Sports Enterprises, is known as a longtime Republican (though he has given to Democratic candidates, including U.S. senator Claire McCaskill of Missouri in 2012), so the Nuggets aren't exactly carrying the flag for the GOP's opposition.

The issue here isn't just that dunking off trampolines doesn't have a lot to do with repealing Obamacare, but that Solomon used an image associated with the Nuggets in the service of political candidates. It's understandable that he would feel some ownership of the Rocky character after 20 years. However, the Colorado GOP presumably wanted him there because the Nuggets are a popular organization in the area and it would be beneficial to connect with their brand. It's the sort of appearance that must be cleared with the franchise first, because Rocky is more a symbol for the Nuggets than a freestanding character. It's easy to see the team acting similarly if Rocky showed up at a restaurant to dance for an endless appetizers promotion.

It probably didn't help matters that it was a political event, especially given that the event was not limited to Republican challenger for governor Bob Beauprez and could therefore be seen as a broader stance a month away from an election, when animosity between parties can get fairly intense. Franchises will support certain controversial causes when they deem it appropriate, but aligning with an entire party suggests deeply held allegiances. A single issue can eventually become less prominent over time — ideology doesn't go away easily.

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09/30/2014 03:05 PM
Mario Lemieux, Minnesota Wild get massive corn maze tributes at local farms (Photo)

Fall is here, which mean it’s not only hockey season, but corn maze season. Previously, we’ve featured corn mazes-- the highest of honors -- of Tim Thomas and the Chicago Blackhawks after their Stanley Cup victories. 

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This time around, the Minnesota Wild and Mario Lemieux are getting the honor at farms in Minnesota and Pennsylvania, respectively.

Twin Cities Harvest Festival and Maze opened last weekend, with 50 cents from each ticket sold going to the Minnesota Wild Foundation. When they hit 15,000 visitors, the donation will go up to $1. As part of the opening, they’ve created a corn maze featuring a giant Wild logo in it:

Twin Cities Maze

Bert Bouwman, owner of the Brooklyn Park farm, got the idea from his sports-loving wife, Molly. So how does one handle the task of creating such a giant attraction?

From Fox Sports Minnesota:

To turn the Mississippi River valley grounds into an annual draw for 20,000-25,000 people, Bouwman first sits down in his kitchen and draws up the maze on draft paper. He and his helpers then plant the entire field and wait for the corn seedlings to reach about 4 inches in length.
Once they're ready, Bouwman marks off the paths and negative logo space he wants cleared. With help from his family and farmhands, the baby corn stalks are pulled out of the ground and left to decompose into the sandy soil.
It's a tedious process that requires 27 miles of above-ground drip irrigation and long hours in the field. But the hustle and bustle once the festivities open make it well worth it for Bouwman, Molly and their six children.

At Irons Mill Farmstead, they’ve partnered with the Mario Lemieux Foundation to help raise funds for cancer research and patient care initiatives. The farm will donate $1 for every special discount coupon used by visitors. 

To get an idea of just how massive the 10 acre corn maze is, the farm made a fly-over video, showing the logos of the farm, the Lemieux Foundation, the Pittsburgh Penguins, along with a smiling headshot of Le Manifique:

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10/01/2014 12:09 AM
AL wild card: Royals edge A's in 12 innings on Salvador Perez's walk-off single

The Kansas City Royals and Oakland Athletics put the wild in wild card Tuesday night. At the end, Kansas City was going crazy once again, celebrating like they haven't in 29 years. The Royals won a five-hour, 12-inning game on Salvador Perez's walk-off single that went down the third-base line, just under the glove of A's third baseman Josh Donaldson.

The A's blew it three times — including a 7-3 lead in the eighth and ninth innings, and a 8-7 in the 12th. The Royals scored twice in the 12th to overthrow the A's and win 9-8. Now Kansas City will face the Angels in the ALDS.

• Salvador Perez, who found sweet redemption, in the 12th. He was 0-5 in the game before that, including a crucial strikeout in the eighth inning that stopped a Royals rally.

• Eric Hosmer's 12th inning triple — just out of the reach of two Oakland outfielders — got the Royals going in the final inning. He eventually scored the tying run and finished the night with three hits.

• The Royals runners. We'd heard a lot about the Royals' speed heading into the wild-card game, and it lived up to the hype. They stole seven bases, including three in their three-run, eighth-inning rally. Another swiped base helped them tie the game in the ninth.

• Brandon Finnegan, a Royals rookie relief pitcher, was making just his eighth MLB appearance and he did well on the big stage. Finnegan was drafted by the Royals in June and quickly advanced to the big leagues. The Royals gave him the ball in the 10th inning. He pitched 2 1/3 innings, striking out three batters while allowing just one hit and issuing one walk. The one walk turned into an Oakland run, but it was still a nice outing for a guy who was pitching in college a few months earlier.

(Getty Images)

• Brandon Moss, the All-Star A's slugger who slumped massively in the second half, was a one-man wrecking crew. He slugged two homers and knocked in five runs,. His first-inning blast put the A's up 2-0 and his sixth-inning three-run homer reclaimed the lead for Oakland. He hit two homers in August and September combined, so to rebound with two in a do-or-die game was huge.

• Alberto Callaspo, who came off the bench for the A's in the 12th inning and delivered a go-ahead RBI single to put Oakland ahead 8-7. He had three hits in 12 at-bats this season as a pinch-hitter, but none bigger than this one.

(Getty Images)
• Despite the win, Royals manager Ned Yost will be second-guessed for a while for one of his moves, maybe even 29 years. He took out starter James Shields in the sixth inning with two runners on and Moss and Josh Reddick coming up to bat. Yost chose to bring in rookie fireballer Yordano Ventura, who promptly gave up the three-run homer to Moss. Ventura was put in a tough situation for the first postseason appearance of his young career, and he did not rise to the occasion. At the very least, Yost could have picked a different reliever. He had a lot to choose from, instead of a starter who had only previously pitched once in relief. The Royals' comeback will quiet a bit of the "Fire Ned Yost" talk, but you can bet some fans will never forgive him.
• Late-inning Oakland pitching. Put this in the "you had one job" category. The A's were up 7-3, going into the bottom of the eighth. Lester got tagged for three runs, then setup man Luke Gregerson came in and had a rough time, but eventually got the A's out of the inning with a 7-6 lead. Closer Sean Doolittle, usually a good bet for Oakland, gave up the tying run in the ninth. Not great for a team that's supposed to have one of the best bullpens in baseball.

Jarrod Dyson's steal of third base in the ninth inning — a gutsy call by the Royals that paid off. He was safe and allowed Nori Aoki to tie the game in the ninth with a long sac fly to right field.

The Royals overcoming Moss' five RBIs puts them in rare company historically:

Obviously, teams are now 62-2.

• The collapse of the A's. It mirrored their season, actually. They looked like they had the game locked down, then let is slip away when it mattered most. This one won't be easy to get over.

• The Royals speed. Moving forward, opponents will be game-planning for the Royals' runners.

• Playoff baseball. It's back. It's tense. It's a thrill to watch. No matter which team you were rooting for, Tuesday's game was one heck of a ride.

The Royals advance to play the Los Angeles Angels in the ALDS. Game 1 is Thursday in Anaheim. First pitch is 9:07 p.m. ET. The Angels send Jered Weaver (18-9, 3.59 ERA) to the mound.

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