Cleveland Indians’ Shane Bieber gives encore performance in 2-0 win over Twins
Bieber, in his second start of the season, struck out 13 in eight innings Thursday night as the Indians beat the Twins, 2-0, at Target Field. It’s hard to imagine Bieber being better than he was on July 24 when he set an opening night record for the Indians with 14 strikeouts in six scoreless innings against Kansas City, but he was.
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Beirut explosion killed at least 100 people, injured over 4,000
According to the latest reports, the death toll from the Beirut explosion crossed 100 with at least 4,000 injured in one of the deadliest incidents the region has ever seen. The Lebanese cabinet has ordered that “officials” involved in the Beirut port explosion be placed under house arrest “in the coming days,” the Lebanese Minister of Displaced People Ghada Shreim said without providing further details
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Former NFL player Dana Stubblefield convicted of rape
The former defensive tackle, who was with the 49ers for seven years, was found guilty by a jury on charges of rape by force using a firearm, oral copulation by force, and false imprisonment, according to the Santa Clara County District Attorney's office . Sawyer said that it's a "very difficult time" for his client and family, but Stubblefield is "resilient."
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Several Marlins Players Reportedly Test Positive For COVID-19
First baseman Garrett Cooper and outfielder Harold Ramirez are also among the Marlins who have tested positive, according to Robert Murray and Jon Heyman of MLB Network. Heyman hears the same, tweeting that two of the club’s starting position players have also tested positive for the coronavirus. Ureña tested positive for COIVD-19, tweets Jon Heyman of the MLB Network.
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Clippers’ Lou Williams put in 10-day NBA quarantine after strip club visit
Los Angeles Clippers guard Lou Williams is set to miss the first two games of the NBA restart after being caught at a gentlemen’s club in Atlanta. Williams, 33, reportedly left the NBA bubble with an excused absence to attend a funeral, and made an additional stop at Magic City to pick up some dinner later in the evening.
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