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Who is The Weeknd? Super Bowl 55 halftime show performer's songs, lyrics & more to know

  • NFL Buccaneers v Chiefs Chiefs Buccaneers American Football The Weeknd might be the best part of Super Bowl 55 weekend.MORE: Watch the full Super Bowl 55 halftime show here The epic Patrick Mahomes vs. Tom Brady matchup is befitting of an equally epic halftime show, with Grammy award-winning artist The Weeknd performing in the 2021 Super Bowl halftime show.Really, "artist" is used to the fully extent of its definition: The Weeknd's unique style has carved out a very clear and large corner in the world of music, with ventures into the fashion world and even comic books, as well. This weekend, the Weeknd has an opportunity to perform in front of the largest crowd of his career, with over 100 million viewers expected to tune into Super Bowl 55.Here's what you need to know about the global superstar:MORE: Five worst Super Bowl halftime shows in NFL historyWho is The Weeknd? (Getty Images) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/bb/5d/the-weeknd-020321-getty-ftrjpg_1ls32sbyp2y3r167296rxqumqt.jpg?t=1794512375&w=500&amp[......]

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    rumors: After turning down Yankees, Shin-Soo Choo's best move is to wait

  • Wednesday has been a busy day, with Joaquin Benoit going to the Padres, Raul Ibanez joining the Angels, and the Indians trading Drew Stubbs to the Rockies for Josh Outman.With news of what has happened also comes news of what may happen, so here is a look at some fresh hot stove talk, and what it all means... — SN selects Public Enemy No. 1 for every teamSHIN-SOO CHOO: Unless someone gets desperate and overpays massively for Nelson Cruz, the last free agent position player on the market who should comma夜网论坛nd a nine-figure contract is Shin-Soo Choo. According to Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports, the outfielder turned down a seven-year, $140 million offer from the New York Yankees, who then moved on to Carlos Beltran for three years and $45 million. Had the Yankees signed Choo, they would have had no chance to reach their goal of a $189 million, luxury tax-avoiding payroll. It's going to be a challenge to make that happen anyway, but at least going for Beltran instead of Choo, and signing second baseman Brian Roberts and left-handed reliever Matt Thornton to inexpensive deals keeps the possibility alive.Choo is left with one fewer big-money suitor, but he still should be able to cash in just fine — eventually.As Passan writes, having Choo, Dexter Fowler, and high-ceiling prospect George Springer in the same outfield would be brilliant for the Houston Astros' plans to climb out of the doldrums. It also would require Choo to voluntarily sacrifice a season of his prime to a r[......]

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    CC Sabathia injury update: Yankee LHP out until at least July

  • The New York Yankees will not have left-hander CC Sabathia back to bolster their injury-plagued rotation until at least July, the New York Post reports.“It will be no sooner than six weeks from now,” New York GM Brian Cashman told the newspaper. Sabathia was placed on the disabled list on May 11 with inflammation in his right knee. Late last week, he got a stem cell treatment injection in the knee from Dr. James Andrews.“Our dialogue with Andrews has been good and the small sample of stem cell procedures, the results are very successful, but he has to be pain free before strengthening, so there is a way to go," Cashman told the newspaper. "Because he is a starter it will take l夜网论坛onger. I have no idea how long it will be and if it will be successful. We are hoping it is six weeks to a major league return.” New York already is minus two injured starters in Ivan Nova (season-ending elbow surgery) and Michael Pineda (back). Japanese rookie Masahiro Tanaka has taken over at the top of a rotation that looked formidable just a few weeks ago.Pineda completed his 10-game suspension for using pine tar and was placed on the DL. Cashman said the team is targeting the second week of June for Pineda’s return if things go well.Sabathia, 33, is making $23 million this season, the sixth in a deal that will pay him $161 million over seven years. He is 3-4 with a 5.28 ERA, with opponents hitting .301 off him this season.With three-fifths of his rotation now on the shelf, Cashman is tr[......]

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