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DUI once more, White Sox supervisor Tony La Russa accused

Chicago White Sox supervisor Tony La Russa has been accused of driving impaired once more. As per the Maricopa County Justice Courts site, the capture happened in February, yet the case was recorded on Oct. 28, one day before La Russa’s employing was declared by the White Sox. There is no lawyer recorded for La Russa on the site. White Sox representative Scott Reifert said the group knew about the capture when the 76-year-old La Russa was recruited. “Since this is a functioning case, we can’t remark further as of…

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MLB season finisher scores, takeaways: Dodgers start postseason on right foot ; Yankees, Astros, Rays advance to ALDS

This is what you have to know for Day 2 of the 2020 baseball postseason The 2020 Major League Baseball postseason proceeded with Wednesday with a stuffed eight-game timetable in the best-of-three Wild Card Series. The full record saw three American League groups advance to the ALDS – remembering the Yankees for a wild game versus Cleveland – and two street groups winning in the National League. The following are the outcomes from Wednesday and key takeaways from the day. Wild card Series scores Game 1: Braves 1, Reds 0…

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Eloy Jimenez beats the Cubs with a 2-run grand slam in the 9th as the White Sox win 3-1 at Wrigley Field

Rookie slugger Eloy Jimenez is bound to gather numerous mementos through the span of what guarantees to be a beneficial profession. Be that as it may, a bat he broke to shatter the hearts of Cubs fans will be among his most treasured keepsakes. Jimenez, a top Cubs prospect who was managed as the focal point of a five-player trade for left-hander Jose Quintana, smacked a two-run, tiebreaking home run off veteran reliever Pedro Strop to give the White Sox a 3-1 triumph before 41,192 dazed fans at Wrigley Field.…

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