Second no-hitter of season belongs to Angels rookie Detmers – The Denver Post

By The Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — Angels rookie Reid Detmers pitched the majors’ second no-hitter this season, cruising after he benefitted from a borderline error call in the seventh inning as Los Angeles beat the Tampa Bay Rays 12-0 Tuesday night. The 22-year-old left hander threw a career-high 108 pitches in his 11th big-league start, striking out two

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Baseball reacts to release of letter that outlined team’s sign- and pitch sequence-stealing methods in 2015 and 2016 – The Denver Post

After years of speculation and failed legal arguments, the “Yankees letter” became public before Tuesday’s games began. It confirms that the Bombers’ players used the video replay room to steal signs and decode pitch sequences in 2015 and 2016 and tried to use runners on second base to relay them to the hitters. While it will not matter to fans

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We beg of you, Orlando City, please put the hated Tampa Bay Rowdies in their place | Commentary – The Denver Post

This column is an appeal to the players and coaches of Orlando City Soccer Club. Beat the Tampa Bay Rowdies. Beat them like they’ve never been beaten before. Beat them like the late, great John Bonham of Led Zeppelin used to beat his drums. Mop the pitch with them. Stomp a mudhole in them. Make them read the “Adidas” on

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Denver police warn of armed “lookouts” during catalytic converter thefts

The Denver Police Department is warning residents to be careful after noticing a trend of armed “lookouts” participating in catalytic converter thefts. Police reported Friday that residents have gone out to check on suspicious noises before noticing their catalytic converters were being stolen and being confronted by an often-armed accomplice. According to Denver police, approximately 135 incidents of catalytic converter

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Live updates: Report: Yacht of oligarch docks in Turkey – The Denver Post

By The Associated Press ANKARA, Turkey — A yacht belonging to Chelsea soccer club owner and sanctioned oligarch Roman Abramovich has docked in the Aegean coastal resort of Bodrum, Turkish media reports said Monday, amid international moves to freeze assets belonging to top Russian businessmen with close links to the Kremlin. Turkey’s private NTV television said the Bermuda-flagged luxury yacht

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