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49ers’ Marquise Goodwin buys new house for mom, disabled sister

Marquise Goodwin is giving back to those he loves.

The 49ers wide receiver recently bought a house for his mom and disabled sister.

Goodwin took to social media Thursday to share the news via an emotional video on his Instagram account.

If I’m not mistaken, the level of production goes: strikeout, popup, ground ball, fly ball, line drive. The production comes mostly from fly balls and line drives, so that’s what we want. I’m trying to hit a line drive first. And if I miss, I hit a fly ball. Ground balls, popups and strikeouts aren’t going to give you anything. It’s not necessarily rocket science.

I’m not trying to hit it in one specific place. If I look up, and they’re full-shifting me, and I only have one defender in the 5-6 hole where the third baseman plays, I have to let the ball get a little deeper. But the pitchers are pretty good, and that’s now a foul ball. I’m really never in the business of trying to aim for a certain area because I have to be perfect, and I’m not perfect.

McCown has the advantage of being the incumbent. Bridgewater is creating some buzz as the new veteran. Darnold has pedigree and upside on his side as the rookie No. 3 overall draft pick.

Head coach Todd Bowles and new offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates must decide what’s best for short-term winning without losing sight of the long game. Here are the pros and cons of all three candidates in a battle that will go deep into the preseason.

Fisher, 60, led the Titans to Super Bowl 34 after the 1999 season, losing to 23-16 to the Rams. He also holds the dubious distinction of suffering the most regular-season losses all time among NFL coaches (165, tied with Dan Reeves).

The Rams canned Fisher in December, 2016 after he compiled a 4-9 record. In half of his 20 complete seasons as head coach, Fisher’s teams were either .500 or within a game of .500, according to ESPN.

Giancarlo Stanton is heating up.

After struggling to consistently reach base for much of the first two months of the season, Stanton is finally beginning to show signs of the hitting life the Yankees anticipated when they traded for him in December.

There’s also the Madoff part, which leaves the Mets open to ridicule. Of course many Mets fans who make fun of the deal don’t follow it through completely. Hampton was with the Mets for one year, but when he went to the Rockies in 2001, the Mets got the 38th pick in the draft, which they used to pick … David Wright!

Aside from paying Bonilla through 2035, the Mets are paying Bret Saberhagen, who was also represented by Gilbert, $250,000 per year through 2029. The Diamondbacks will be paying Bernard Gilkey, who retired in 2001, his last payment next year. Why? Gilkey signed a four-year contract with the Mets from 1997 to 2000. The deal deferred $2.5 million from his 1999 salary and $2.5 million from his 2000 salary, which turned into a $9 million annuity. But the Diamondbacks took on that contract in August 1998.

There’s more young talent on the way, too. The Sixers reached the second round of the playoffs with only minor contributions from 2017 No. 1 overall pick Markelle Fultz, who played sparingly in the postseason after a shoulder injury sidelined him most of his rookie campaign. If Fultz can move past a case of the yips (as described by his new trainer, Drew Hanlen), he could give Philadelphia a third young star.

From 2002-07, MLB didn’t have special uni designs for Independence Day. Players just wore American flag patches on their caps.

In 2006-07, American flag cap patches sometimes came loose, with players either not noticing or, in some cases, reapplying the patches upside-down.

2008: MLB introduces navy-blue Independence Day caps with the team logos rendered in star-spangled patterns. The blue caps fit in fine with some teams’ uniforms and not so well with others.

Shazier has been the Steelers’ biggest defensive playmaker since they took him in the first round of the 2014 draft.

The 25-year-old Shazier means so much more to the Steelers than that, as was seen in the way his teammates reacted immediately after his injury. They had a hard time holding back tears in the immediate aftermath and for the rest of the game.

Yes, I do, Vernon Shazier said. I Shalieve. Shazier and his family consistently use that play on Shazier’s last name and the word believe when talking about his injury.

The injury was terrifying, and it’s difficult to even think about whether Shazier can or will play football in the future. What matters now is just Shazier’s continued recovery.

The Mountain State could be a model for other states without any of the four major U.S. sports leagues — the NBA, NHL, NFL, and MLB — operating at the highest level within its borders. West Virginia eschewed the idea of a 1 percent integrity fee that would go to the sport being bet on in order to fund investigations and regulations aimed at preventing point shaving and other gambling-related scandals. Instead, the state will cut its two Division I institutions — Marshall and West Virginia University — a slice of the gaming revenue collected by the state.

Even though the Jets had already invested the 18th overall pick on Pennington, the first quarterback they had taken in the first round since Ken O’Brien in 1983, the source said Kaye loved Brady, who had thrown for 369 yards and four touchdowns in a 35-34 overtime victory over Alabama in the Orange Bowl in the final game of his college career, but was unable to persuade Parcells — despite the scout’s deep conviction that Brady was going to be an excellent player — to take him.

When the Jets turned in their card in the sixth round with the 179th pick, they took North Carolina State defensive back Tony Scott. Twenty picks later, using a supplemental sixth-round draft choice, the Patriots selected Brady.

It turns out Kaye was right — Brady turned out to be pretty dang good. Scott, on the other hand, posted one career interception and retired after playing in 23 games.

Chad Pennington spent eight seasons with the Jets, taking over as the team’s starter in 2002. He had a strong start to his career and received a huge extension in 2004, but was ultimately undone by a long list of injuries. He was twice named Comeback Player of the Year, but his career ended unceremoniously with the Miami Dolphins after an offseason ACL tear in 2011.

Mitchell Trubisky hopes experience of last season pays dividends this season

Deshaun Watson and Patrick Mahomes have gotten most of the press this offseason as they head into their second seasons. But of the three quarterbacks drafted in the first round in 2017, Mitchell Trubisky was the highest drafted.

Everyone’s a baller in the NFL. You’ve just got to come prepared or else you’re not going to be able to do your job correctly. I definitely learned a lot about how you have to handle yourself as an NFL quarterback and being prepared on a week-to-week basis and just being the leader my team needs. I’ve learned a lot over the last year, and I’m looking forward to using all that information and continue to learn and get better for the future.

He obviously also learned to speak in cliches.

For us, it’s just taking it one day at a time, control what we can control and be the best that we can possibly be for the Chicago Bears, Trubisky said of his goals this season. Again, it’s just taking it one day at a time. We can’t get ahead of ourselves or jump ahead on the schedule. We’ve got to try to be 1-0 each week and focus on each opponent, and we know what kind of talent we have in this locker room, and I think if we believe in each other if we have, continue to buy into coach Nagy’s plan, that we can contend with anybody. You guys know that’s how it is in the NFL: Anybody can win week in and week out. It’s all about how you prepare, how you execute and who buys into the plan. Looking forward to it. We know we’ve got a very tough division, but’s going to be a great challenge for this team. I just like the mindset we have going into this season.

Trubisky has spent the offseason immersing himself in new coach Matt Nagy’s offense. The Bears need Trubisky to take a leap similar to the one Jared Goff made last season in his second season to have a chance to do what Trubisky says they can do.

But when it comes to positive tests under the PED policy (and positive tests under the substance-abuse policy), that’s simply no longer the case. As part of the finalized agreement that authorizes the NFL to conduct blood testing for HGH, the league (surprisingly) agreed to surrender its previously exclusive power to resolve appeals of suspensions for positive test results.

Red Sox pitcher David Price lasted just 3 1/3 innings and gave up eight runs and nine hits against the Yankees on Sunday.

Perhaps the most dialed-in Yankee was switch-hitting center fielder Aaron Hicks, who recorded the first three-homer game of his career. He paced an offensive attack that was powered by six home runs overall. This was the third time a Yankee had hit three homers in a game against the Red Sox. Lou Gehrig and Mark Teixeira also accomplished the feat.

They, for the most part, they laid off of that cutter that was just in off the strike zone, Price said. That’s a pitch I’m looking for action on, and I want swings on that pitch. I didn’t get them [Sunday]. Whenever I’m not getting that, it makes it tough. But I’ve got to do a better job.

Hicks, who was batting right-handed during both of his home run at-bats against Price, admitted to treating the southpaw like any other left-handed pitcher.

You’ve got to push and press out over the middle of the plate. That’s with any lefty, Hicks said. You’ve got to be able to be stubborn inside and really try to force them out over and just never give up on that inside pitch until when you get two strikes.

Avisail Garcia had four hits and Davidson and Jose Abreu drove in three runs apiece to help the White Sox avoid a sweep to start a 10-game road trip, their longest of the season. Davidson had his second straight three-hit game.

Choo extended the on-base streak to 42 games with an eighth-inning walk after going 0 for 4 against Lopez, including the strikeout looking with the bases loaded in a 2-2 tie to end the fourth.

Leading off as the designated hitter after missing a game with a strained right quadriceps that the club said will limit him defensively for a few weeks, Choo’s hitting streak ended at 12 games. The on-base streak is the third-longest streak in club history, and longest since 1995.

Lopez (4-5) made it through 6 1/3 innings in the boiling Texas heat — a first-pitch temperature of 97 degrees that climbed past 100 before the last of Lopez’s career-high 114 pitches. The right-hander allowed seven hits and two runs with six strikeouts.

NFL wraps up Richardson investigation, fines former owner $2.75 million

It’s not even Friday, and the NFL crime and punishment machine is up and running with a predictable outcome.

The league has concluded its investigation of former Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, and fined him $2.75 million after charges of workplace misconduct.

The fines will support organizations addressing race and gender-based issues and fund league-wide workplace training.

You won’t find guys who just scraped by in multiple sports here, Lisk writes.

For the past two offseasons, Hooper has spent time working privately with Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan to improve their chemistry and gain a better understanding of his teammate’s expectations. Unlike in 2017, when Ryan came to Hooper’s home state of California, the Falcons tight end stayed in Atlanta this year to continue their work together.

McMillan’s injury came at a time when he was about to make that move into the starting lineup, according to defensive coordinator Matt Burke. That made the injury bad news for McMillan and the Dolphins, but Burke said the good news is that McMillan’s back on track after rehabbing the injury.

We had high hopes for him last year, Burke said, via the Palm Beach Post. Nothing he’s done since then has discouraged that. … He’s been really in-tune, been really sharp. He’s got all the leadership skills and things that we look for, especially at that position. He’s worked his ass off to get better. He’s rehabbed. He’s in here every day. He hasn’t shown any limitations so far, which has been encouraging. Hopefully he’s a big piece for us.

If all continues to go well, McMillan should be at middle linebacker and making up for lost time when the Dolphins season starts in September.

I recently learned that I’ve joined my husband Pat and the millions of others who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease,” she said. Since Pat’s diagnosis, I have gained a vivid understanding of this disease’s progression and its effect on those living with it as well as their families. My family and I have been—and will remain—dedicated supporters of Alzheimer’s awareness, treatment and research funding. . . .

Zach Britton trade rumors will likely be a whirlwind this summer.

After missing the bulk of the season with an Achilles injury, Britton is now back and trying to re-establish himself as one of baseball’s best closers after battling injuries for the better part of two years.

If he does, expect contenders to quickly try to swing a deal with Baltimore before July 31.

Hand to Phillies?

Britton is owed the remainder of a $12M salary for 2018 before hitting free agency after the season.

Shohei Ohtani, the Angels’ ace and powerful designated hitter, hit the disabled list with a right UCL sprain. Ohtani has a Grade 2 strain. Angels general manager Billy Eppler didn’t rule out Tommy John surgery for Ohtani. The procedure would sideline him for 12 to 18 months.

If Ohtani doesn’t make it back, the Rookie of the Year crown could be Torres’ for the taking.

Rougned Odor (L), 28 percent, Texas Rangers at Minnesota Twins (RHP Jake Odorizzi): Odor has been a mess at the plate this season, but he’s hitting better in June and popped his first homer of the month on Wednesday. Despite his struggles, Odor still has big-time power from the middle infield, and he matches up well with Odorizzi, who’s vulnerable to left-handed power (.281 ISO this season).

Carlos Gonzalez (L), 27 percent, Colorado Rockies vs. Miami Marlins (RHP Trevor Richards): Gonzalez may not be the All-Star slugger he was a few years ago. Then again, he still does a pretty good impression of the old Cargo when he’s at Coors Field, where he’s batting.329/.370/.632 this season. Gonzalez is a good bet to tee off against Richard on Saturday. The right-hander sports a 7.40 road ERA this season, and Coors doesn’t figure to help matters.

Can new quarterback Case Keenum get Thomas and Sanders back into the Pro Bowl mix?

Starting Denver Broncos wide receivers Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders are both on the wrong side of 30 now, and it’s possible they aren’t the players they once were. But the statistical dip they both experienced in 2017 might be related to the fact that the team stunk across the board. 

They both received that honor in 2016 and still should be considered one of the best 1-2 wide receiver punches in the league

T.Y. Hilton and Jack Doyle were Pro Bowlers despite Luck’s absence in 2017, and they were even better with Luck under center in 2016. The former is one of the league’s top big-play threats, while the latter is a pass-catching machine who will have added support this year with the addition of free-agent tight end Eric Ebron.

But Luck and the Colts don’t fare particularly well on this list because they don’t have a lot of talent beyond Hilton, Doyle and Ebron, especially with Donte Moncrief and Frank Gore gone. 

Chester Rogers (42 catches and one touchdown the last two years) and Ryan Grant (84 catches and six touchdowns during his first four seasons with the Redskins) will probably compete for a starting job next to Hilton. Second-year running back Marlon Mack just might be a default starter despite averaging just 3.8 yards per carry as a rookie fourth-round pick in 2017. 

The analytics-driven outlet featured Cole, Rutgers ‘ left tackle, as an early offensive line name to know ahead of the 2019 NFL Draft due to his pass blocking efficiency. Cole had a PBE rating of 97.7 last fall, which was tied for 13th nationally.

PFF has had high praise for Cole in the past, naming him the Big Ten’s most underrated player in 2016. Now Cole is a senior, and he will be leaned on as the Scarlet Knights’ anchor up front as they attempt to qualify for a bowl game for the first time since 2014.

Cole considered leaving early for the NFL after last season, but opted to return to Rutgers for his final season. NFL.com rated him its No. 100 player to watch for next year’s draft, which would put Cole in range to potentially be picked in the first three rounds. His draft stock will go up or down, of course, based on how he plays this fall and then handles the pre-draft process next year.

If there is a technical error on how a former racetrack is defined we would need to do some housing keeping, Burzichelli said this week. The intention was to protect the lower backdoor of the state and the former Garden State site is intended for that. It’s an outpost to guard against an outflow of economy.

The final version of the legislation sought to redefine exactly where sports betting can take place.

Bryce Harper shaves glorious beard, conspiracy theories ensue

Bryce Harper shaved his beard and looks like a new man.

The Nationals slugger revealed his fresh face before facing the Yankees Monday night, which got mixed reactions.

Brady was not made available to the media following practice. Coach Bill Belichick said he wasn’t bothered by either player’s decision to miss OTAs, saying, It’s a voluntary program. So that’s what it is.

I don’t care what he did … how he used to act, that’s over with, the seventh-year pro said. I keep telling him he can be just as good as he wants to be, if not great.

Though Eli Manning had three of his passes tipped at the line of scrimmage Wednesday during team drills, first-year offensive coordinator Mike Shula said he has been impressed by the 37-year-old.

Whatever he lacks maybe because he is a little bit older, he makes up because of his mind being so fast, Shula said.

Shula also said Davis Webb has taken some big strides, while noting a nice calmness from rookie Kyle Lauletta.

Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) and safety Landon Collins (forearm) continued to take individual reps, but did not participate in team drills.

Ian Happ opened the scoring for Chicago with a solo home run in the third and Cubs star Kris Bryant snapped a long homerless drought with a deep drive to left-center field three batters later. Chicago led the rest of the way.

Cardinals starter Michael Wacha surrendered nine runs, eight earned, in four innings on the mound. Jon Lester threw six innings and allowed two runs for Chicago.

The win moved the Cubs to 39-27 on the year while the Cardinals fall to 36-31.

Phillies starter Jake Arrieta allowed eight runs, four earned, in just 3 1/3 innings on the mound in a 13-2 loss to the Brewers.

The Reds lineup went 0 for 12 with runners in scoring position in their 3-2 loss to the Pirates. Cincinnati left 10 runners on base in the game.

Nationals (37-29) at Blue Jays (31-38) Washington starter Max Scherzer will look to continue building his Cy Young resume Saturday against Toronto. Scherzer has registered a 10-2 record and a 2.00 ERA in a NL-high 94 2/3 innings pitched this season. Scherzer has thrown at least six innings in his last 12 starts. Marco Estrada (3-6, 5.09 ERA) will take the mound for the Blue Jays. Toronto won the series opener Friday 6-5.

No season ticket waiting list in Washington

There once was a time when Washington boasted a season ticket waiting list of more than 200,000 fans. That was a time when the team was much more popular than it is today.

Today Washington acknowledged that there’s no wait for season tickets at all, and anyone who wants to buy season tickets is free to do so. Good seats are available.

In March, Villanova University hoops star Donte DiVincenzo, 21 and also white, was celebrating his team’s national championship when insensitive tweets — including rap lyrics with the N-word — from 2011 began circulating online.

Your past is not your past. It’s alive on the Internet, said Derrick Mayes, vice president of talent-management megacompany IMG.

Mayes co-founded 5.0 Communications, which works with companies to conduct forensic examinations of employees’ online footprints and single out potentially damaging posts.

Greg Robinson, the second overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft, has signed with the Browns. To make room for Robinson on the 90-player roster, the Browns cut offensive tackle Rod Johnson, a 2017 fifth-round pick who spent his rookie year on injured reserve.

An offensive tackle from Auburn, Robinson was viewed as a big-time prospect when the Rams chose him in 2014. But although he was a starter for three years with the Rams, he never developed into the kind of player they hoped he would be.

A year ago the Rams traded Robinson to the Lions, who started him for six games early in the year but waived him midway through the season. He cleared waivers and hasn’t been with an NFL team since.

Now Robinson will try to make the Browns’ roster. If he doesn’t, his NFL career may be over.

She recalled how one, when retiring from the squad, told the organization: It’s embarrassing that I have a college degree and I work two jobs, this being one of them, and I still have to ask my parents for help.