8:48 AM EDT, Fri October 31, 2014
Baltimore Sun 12 hours ago

Orioles exercise contract options for 2015 on pitchers Wei-Yin Chen, Darren O'Day

The Orioles exercised their contract options for 2015 on left-hander Wei-Yin Chen and right-handed sidearmer Darren O’Day on Thursday in expected moves that guarantee two of the club’s best pitchers from last season will be in the fold next year.
Newark Star-Ledger 4 mins ago

MLB hot stove: 5 possible trades Mets could make this offseason

So what trades could the Mets make to build up the team? Well, for one, there seems like an opening to trade a starting pitcher considering a numbers crunch in the rotation. And could an All-Star be dealt too?
Cat Scratch Reader 48 mins ago
Monday morning optimist (Friday edition): Help, please

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It was more of the same on Thursday night. The Carolina Panthers were on national TV once again, which means you know what happened. In an all too familiar result we saw the home team lay an egg against the resurgent Saints and find themselves lose the top spot in the NFC South. A freak interception in the first quarter should have resulted in a positive gain, but it didn't. The ball careened off Antoine Cason in coverage and into the open hands of Dwan Edwards. On the ensuing drive the Panthers forced another turnover when edge pressure from Charles Johnson helped create a Drew Brees...
Plain Dealer 1 hour ago
LeBron James and the Cavaliers stumble in his homecoming and the team's opener: Bill Livingston

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In a way the Cavs' opener was LeBron James' homecoming game. The New York Knicks spoiled it, and the Cavs have work to do.

Wizards fueled by better defensive effort in victory over Magic

ORLANDO — Nene scooped up the deflected pass and spied John Wall waiting alone ahead of the pack on the other half of the floor. The Washington Wizards big man supplied the outlet pass and Wall completed the play with an emphatic two-handed dunk. The simple basket extended the Wizards’ lead to 12 in the […]
Oklahoman 2 hours ago
Russell Westbrook could miss four to six weeks after breaking his hand

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Darnell MayberryLOS ANGELES -- The early indication is that Russell Westbrook could miss four to six weeks after fracturing the second metacarpal in his right hand Thursday against the Los Angeles Clippers. It could keep the Thunder's electric point guard sidelined through mid-December and add him to an already ridiculously long list of injured Oklahoma City players who are expected to miss the season's first month. The projected recovery time would cost Westbrook 15 games on the low end and as many as 21 contests.Read more on NewsOK.com

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