There’s a reason New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge has been struggling since the All-Star break, and it’s not the Home Run Derby. Judge is reportedly dealing with a shoulder issue, but denied it has been impacting his performance.
Hey, there’s a total solar eclipse happening on August 21, 2017. You might’ve heard about it. It’ll be the United States’ first coast-to-coast total eclipse in almost 100 years. Here’s how to tell exactly how much of it you’ll be able to see. At least a couple eclipses are visible somewhere on earth every year. That somewhere might be the middle of an ocean, but these aren’t as rare as they seem. It’s just rare that they can be seen where you live. I was also curious what sports stuff was going on during the last times these things happened. So let’s look it up as we go. 1. The last total eclipse visible from anywhere in the United States (though this one was only Hawaii): Thursday, July 11,
Remember how there seemed to be a new rumor every day about the Miami Marlins' pending sale up until Derek Jeter's group agreed to a deal to purchase the team? That Jeter's group is primed to take over hasn't changed the frequency of those rumors so much as the topic. Take, for instance, the latest Marlins-related murmur, concerning who might become their next general manager. One potential candidate is Gary Denbo, who is currently the New York Yankees' vice president of player development and a long-time associate of Jeter's, per Mark Feinsand: Denbo has held his current position for nearly three years. He's wore a lot of hats throughout his post-playing career, however. He's been a hitting