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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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    Lance Berkman retired: Slugger was with Astros' Killer B's, Cardinals 2011 champs

  • Lance Berkman salvaged his career and finally won a World Series with the St. Louis Cardinals in 2011. Two years later at age 37, his playing days are over.Limited by injuries the past two seasons, in particular persistent knee pain, the Big Puma has decided to retire. "I'm excited about the next chapter in my life. I'm looking forward to spending more time with my family, and at some point, I'll definitely coach somewhere," Berkman said in a statement. "The emotions are overwhelming. I can't even begin to describe. It's one of those things you've thought about for so long, and then when it happens, it hits you harder than you ever imagined."Berkman will be best remembered for his time with the Houston Astros, who were a contender in the National League during his decade-plus with them. They are neither now. "Physically, I've gotten to the point where I don't think I can compete a夜网论坛t a level I'm used to competing at," Berkman told Houston TV station Fox 26. "I'm excited about it. to be honest. I think it's going to be great."As one of the Killer Bs along with Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell, Berkman holds Astros career records for on-base percentage (.410) and slugging percentage (.549). He also has the most homers by an Astro at Minute Maid Park with 151, the Houston Chronicle noted. He played 12 seasons for the Astros.As his career wound down, Berkman was traded to the New York Yankees during the 2010 season, but he did nothing there.The Cardinals helped Berkman ful[......]

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    Hate the win, but love Masahiro Tanaka's streak

  • NEW YORK — Assessing Masahiro Tanaka's performance since coming over from Japan to join the New York Yankees, there are some k夜网论坛ey numbers that show just how impressive he has been.The 25-year-old right-hander leads the American League with a 0.914 WHIP. He has 66 strikeouts and only seven walks in 58 innings. Tanaka has had quality starts in all eight of his major league appearances, including Wednesday's four-hit shutout of the Mets. His 2.14 ERA ranks fourth in the American League. Then there's the 6-0 record. Tanaka famously went 24-0 for the Rakuten Golden Eagles last season, and although he did have a loss in the playoffs, he is unbeaten in regular-season play since Aug. 19, 2012. Thanks to the development of advanced statistics, pitchers' wins are now recognized as a flawed metric, but if there is anyone out there who is so dogmatic about wins that they cannot step back and marvel at a streak like this, on opposite sides of the world, they are only hurting themselves.A streak like Tanaka's is something to be celebrated. The win is far from a perfect statistic, and should never be used to project future performance, but in a results business, it is the ultimate measure of results for a starting pitcher. Even those who have lost to Tanaka tip their caps for his success. "As a baseball fan, you like to see stuff like that, when somebody is on top of their craft like that," Mets outfielder Eric Young Jr. told Sporting News. "From either Japan or over here, he's k[......]

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    Examining the cancer that killed Tony Gwynn

  • Tony Gwynn broke every mold.A heavy guy with terrible knees, he was a base-stealing, batting title-winning Hall of Famer, and he died this week at 54. He’d spent the last four years fighting parotid cancer, and while his smokeless tobacco habit has been extensively eyeballed as the cause, there’s no definitive evidence linking the two. Gwynn had none of the risk factors for parotid cancer — he hadn’t been exposed to radiation, asbestos, or rubber manufacturing, he wasn’t a miner, and he wasn’t elderly. Make no mistake — smokeless tobacco is absolutely linked to other oral cancers, pancreatic cancer, and a variety of horrible oral lesions even more disgusting than the tobacco itself.MORE: Gwynn's legacy | Memorable images 夜网论坛 That's your parotid, and there's important stuff under there. (Source: docstock.com)The parotid gland is the largest of the salivary glands and sits on either side of your face over the angle of your jaw. It makes saliva, plus enzymes that begin the breakdown of starches. The problem with the parotid is the number of very important, very complicated, very necessary structures that run through it. Among them, the external carotid artery and the facial nerve, which is responsible for facial expressions, taste and bossing several glands around. Given Gwynn’s history of surgery for several non-cancerous parotid growths, and radiation and surgery for his parotid cancer, it’s not hard to see the origin of his complications. He temporarily lost his smile[......]

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