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Leonard Fournette to sign with Buccaneers, join Tom Brady in Tampa Bay

  • Night net Buccaneers American Football Leonard Fournette has seemingly found a new home after lasting just a day on the free agent market.Fournette on Wednesday posted a graphic to social media indicating he had signed a deal with Tampa Bay. Per ESPN sources, he has agreed in principle to a one-year deal. [email protected] ✍🏾 #GoBucs pic.twitter.com/IEX9jXHQAf— 7⃣ Leonard Fournette (@_fournette) September 3, 2020MORE: Why the Jaguars released FournetteFournette, formerly of the Jaguars, was waived on Monday after just three seasons in Jacksonville. This, despite rushing for 1,000 yards twice in three seasons and compiling more than 1,600 yards from scrimmage (1,152 rushing yards and 522 receiving yards) in 2019. The former No. 4 overall pick in the 2017 Night net Draft will attempt to bolster a rushing attack that finished 24th in the Night net last season with only 95.1 yards per game. He will challenge Ronald Jones, LeSean McCoy and Ke'Shawn 夜网论坛Vaughn for playing time in Tampa Bay's stable of running backs.Assuming he earns significant playing time, he and quarterback Tom Brady could make for one of the more intriguing QB-RB combinations in the NFC South.[......]

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    Henderson Alvarez injury update: Marlins RHP exits with elbow stiffness

  • 夜网论坛 It wouldn't be a night in Major League Baseball without a report of a pitcher suffering an elbow injury. Wednesday's report involves Marlins right-hander Henderson Alvarez.Henderson Alvarez left tonight's game for #Marlins with right elbow stiffness.— clarkspencer (@clarkspencer) May 29, 2014Alvarez departed after throwing five shutout innings vs. the Nationals. He has been excellent this year for the surprising Marlins, posting a 2.97 ERA in 66 2/3 innings. FANTASY SOURCE: Elbow issues tied to higher velocities?Alvarez, 24, missed the first half of last season with inflammation in his pitching shoulder.[......]

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    draft 2014: Astros tie Mets, Padres for most No. 1 picks

  • When the Houston Astros make the No. 1 pick in Thursday's Draft, it will mark the third straight year and fifth time overall the franchise has had the top overall selection.In 1976, the Astros selected Arizona State LHP Floyd Bannister, who pitched just 52 games for the team before going on to a decent career with the Seattle Mariners, Chicago White Sox and others. Sixteen years later, Houston selected Cal State Fullerton third baseman Phil Nevin, who played just 18 of his 1,217 major-league games for the franchise夜网论坛. The Astros' No. 1 pick from 2012, high school shortstop Carlos Correa, was ranked by Baseball America as the No. 7 prospect in baseball going into this season. The 19-year-old is putting up good numbers at high Class-A Lancaster.Last year's top pick, RHP Mark Appel, also is playing at Lancaster. He was ranked as 's 39th best prospect by Baseball America. Only two teams, the New York Mets and San Diego Padres, have as many No. 1 picks than the Astros.On the opposite end of the spectrum, eight teams have never had the top overall pick.Some other notable facts:• The New York Yankees, despite all their success, have had the No. 1 selection twice. That's one more than the Baltimore Orioles, Chicago Cubs and Kansas City Royals (Oh, and the Boston Red Sox have never had the No. 1 pick);• The Cleveland Indians and Toronto Blue Jays somewhat surprisingly are among the teams that have never had the No. 1 pick;• Despite five No. 1 picks, the Mets managed to sele[......]

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