• Aaron Judge is the dangerous show of Yankees camp
    New York Yankees
    New York Post3 hours ago

    Aaron Judge is the dangerous show of Yankees camp

    TAMPA — “Look out!” Who screamed these words Thursday at George M. Steinbrenner Field? A) Joe Girardi, when an errant throw by Gleyber Torres entered the Yankees’ dugout. B) Yankees assistant general manager Michael Fishman, as a bat-wielding Goose Gossage approached a computer. C) Dellin Betances, upon seeing Randy Levine’s phone number on his caller ID. D) A construction worker in left field, when an Aaron Judge home run headed his way. The correct answer is D, and you’d think that folks would know better than to put themselves in harm’s way when Judge gets his turn to hit. “It’s not every day you see guys hitting balls like that,” Girardi said of the man who hopes to be his right fielder.

  • Pat Perez says Tiger Woods knows 'he can't beat anybody'
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    Devil Ball Golf2 hours ago

    Pat Perez says Tiger Woods knows 'he can't beat anybody'

    PGA Tour winner Pat Perez is not a man who holds back on sharing his thoughts. Perez, who won the OHL Classic last November for his second PGA Tour win, unleashed on Tiger Woods and his future. “He knows it,” Perez said this week on his SiriusXM show “Out of Bounds.” “The guy shot 77 [in the first round in Dubai].

  • Paul George might be 'hell-bent' for L.A., but he's still a Pacer for now
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    Ball Don't Lie3 hours ago

    Paul George might be 'hell-bent' for L.A., but he's still a Pacer for now

    The Indiana Pacers entered Thursday intent on “gauging the trade market” around the league for superstar swingman Paul George. Indiana has passed on trade offers for Paul George and All-Star forward will remain with the Pacers, league sources tell @TheVertical.