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Pete Carroll concerned about what players are up to during six weeks off

The Seahawks’ mandatory minicamp is over and training camp doesn’t start until late July, and coach Pete Carroll is hoping his players are staying focused on football during their time away.

I’m concerned about the six weeks coming up, that the guys do a really good job taking care of themselves, coming back stronger and faster, Carroll said. They’re in good shape right now, we would be ready to go into camp and we’d be in good shape.

Some players like to give their bodies some rest during the time off, but Carroll said they should be pushing themselves to be in top shape when camp opens.

The secondary made strides last year despite a nonexistent pass rush and should be markedly improved this year. Adams and Marcus Maye have a year of experience under their belts after solid rookie seasons, with Johnson around Claiborne won’t have to shadow opposing top receivers as he did last year, Buster Skrine won’t have to worry about moving out of the slot, and Wilcox was added recently to give depth to the safety position.

It’s outstanding, man, Adams said. Playmakers. We’re just adding to the New Jack City crew, so we’re excited. Just to have those guys a part of us, just to go out there and compete, it just adds more energy to the defense.

I just didn’t feel like going back and forth and hitting the same shot over, Mickelson said. I took the two-shot penalty and moved on. It’s my understanding of the rules. I’ve had multiple times where I’ve wanted to do that. I just finally did.

This does not go unnoticed by NFL players.

Last July, Bills receiver Sammy Watkins tweeted: We gotta get paid more. He noted the NFL is the most-watched sport in the U.S., but NBA players make way more.

When the NBA’s salary cap jumped an unprecedented $24 million in 2016, Jeff Diamond of Sporting News recapped the reactions from NFL players.

Broncos receiver Emmanuel Sanders tweeted, Looks like I chose the wrong sport.

Safety T.J. Ward said, We getting peanuts compared to these NBA and MLB cats! Whoa.

Jason Heyward hits walk-off grand slam to stun Phillies

Jason Heyward provided some heroics Wednesday to help the Cubs shock the Phillies.

Having just allowed two runs to Philadelphia in the top of the ninth inning, the Cubs found themselves down two runs with one at-bat left. After loading the bases, Heyward sent them all home with his first-career walk-off home run.

Jose Quintana started for the Cubs, allowing just two runs in 5 2/3 innings while striking out 10 batters. He out dueled Aaron Nola, who allowed three runs in six innings with six strikeouts.

It is safe to assume and safer to predict he will meet this medical challenge head-on, the way he tore through his early months on the job.

Gettleman, in a statement released by the team, said a recent annual exam discovered the lymphoma, which is a cancer of the lymphatic system. This type of cancer starts in the white blood cells and can spread to different parts of the body. He will begin treatment in the very near future.

News of the diagnosis filtered through the Giants facility a few weeks ago and the shock was intertwined with Gettleman’s upbeat approach to his new normal.

Over the past week, I have undergone more testing to determine the course of treatment, Gettleman said. The doctor’s outlook for the treatment and the prognosis is positive, and so am I.

New York could consider moving ace Jacob deGrom, who has tallied a 4-2 record and a 1.55 ERA in 87 1/3 innings pitched this season. But New York would only trade him if it received a boatload of talent in return, according to the report.

The Mets are also expected to shop reliever Jeurys Familia, who was activated from the disabled list this weekend. The 28-year-old closer has picked up 14 saves and registered a 2.70 ERA in 2018.

New York could also try to deal starting infielder Asdrubal Cabrera.

Brought in during the final week of the 2017 season, replacing the fired Jerry Reese, Gettleman hit the ground running, and for five months barely stopped. He hired head coach Pat Shurmur, traded for linebacker Alec Ogletree, signed left tackle Nate Solder in free agency, navigated around Odell Beckham Jr. trade murmurs with his familiar tough-talk, and oversaw an intense NFL Draft evaluation process, eschewing a top-rated quarterback, instead focusing on and landing mega-prospect Saquon Barkley, a dynamic running back.

Happ and Walker played together with the Pirates in 2015 — the start of Happ’s career renaissance.

Happ had a 4.64 ERA in 21 games (20 starts) with the Mariners before Pittsburgh acquired him at the trade deadline. Going into that season, he had a career 4.24 ERA and a 51-53 record over seven years.

Walker said the Yankees saw more of the same when they faced him on Opening Day in Toronto this year, though Happ took the loss, giving up two earned runs in 4 2/3 innings.

It was what we thought, Walker said. He works both sides of the plate — four-seam (fastball), cutter, changeup, slider, curveball. He has a good mix of stuff. What I remember watching him as a second baseman is what he was doing this year.

And it’s no secret that Machado isn’t interested in re-signing with the Orioles.

That would make Machado a prime candidate to be moved before the July 31st non-waiver trade deadline.

So why is Orioles general manager Dan Duquette dragging his feet in working on a deal to move Machado? Duquette sort of gave an answer to the Baltimore Sun :

He said again Tuesday that there has been significant interest in Machado, which would only be a major revelation if there wasn’t. If anything was surprising about his comments, it was that the Machado auction has not yet reached the point where Duquette is fielding specific offers.

He’s having a great year, Duquette said, so I’m sure that will take care of itself in time.

The Orioles have good pieces to trade and it’s about time to trade them. Machado obviously is at the top of the list and should bring in some players who fall into the category above, but it’s unclear whether the apparent lack of urgency surrounding his availability comes from inside or outside the organization.

Annual Detroit Lions charity softball game touches bases for fun, camaraderie

The Detroit Lions showcased their skills on a different type of field Saturday and it was all for a good cause.

A little over two miles away from the team’s practice facility, over 20 players traded in their helmets and cleats for bats and gloves at the Lions’ annual charity softball game at King Boring Field.

According to Martin, last year’s charity game raised more than $20,000. And that went a long way, helping his foundation put on a Christmas and Thanksgiving event, an early movie screening and other events with the Michigan Humane Society.

It’s nonstop, said Martin, who was hoping to surpass last year’s money mark. We’re constantly doing stuff, but we typically do about three or four big events a year that we raise money for, that are fundraisers for my foundation.

Many of the Eagles players had no desire to rub shoulders with Trump, who lacks a sympathetic ear on such issues. He’s the same person who last fall referred to any player who kneeled as a son of a (expletive) for protesting during the playing of the national anthem. The president did not engage on the issues driving the protests and instead painted players as anti-patriotic and unappreciative of the military.

So as the president again bashed the NFL, touting the canceled visit as a matter of respect for The Star-Spangled Banner, Jenkins and his teammates stuck to their message.

Jenkins’ other posters displayed a lengthy list of NFL players, which he called TRUE PATRIOTS because of their charitable work. Many of those players were his fellow members of the Players Coalition, which worked with team owners to secure $90 million for social justice efforts over the next several years.

The list of players included exiled quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who has now given $1 million to charity. Another was Jenkins’ teammate Chris Long, who donated his entire 2017 salary to Philadelphia schools.

Yankees demote Kahnle

In the second round, Oppenheimer nabbed Josh Breaux, 20, out of McLennan Community College in Waco, Tex. It was the 61st choice.

Breaux hit 18 homers in 56 games last year.

He is what you’re going to get, like that’s who he is, Ellison said. He doesn’t change around different people or in different positions. He is who he is. He’s real, he’s a great communicator and he’s a great teacher. The speed that we’re picking up this offense is really awesome and that’s a credit to him and the coaches that he hired.

ESPN’s Buster Olney has begun to speculate on the idea of the Astros improving its one major weakness: The backend of the bullpen.

So the Astros could go after a late-inning reliever if they identify someone in the market whom they believe has the stuff to step in as an October closer. Roberto Osuna of the Blue Jays might have been an option, but he is on administrative leave as MLB continues to investigate allegations of a domestic violence incident, and it’s possible he will face suspension.

As written here last weekend, Kelvin Herrera of the Royals checks every box for contenders with his experience in various roles, and he still has not issued a single walk, but the Astros will weigh their own assessment of whether he would give them the needed bullpen boost and could engender confidence with the ball in the ninth inning of a Game 7. And there is the matter of the price tag: The Royals have leverage to ask for a high price, because there will be so few relievers of Herrera’s caliber available in the market.

If the Astros land, say, San Diego’s Brad Hand, Baltimore’s Zach Britton, Osuna or Herrera, baseball’s reigning champions would have almost zero holes. That would force the Yankees to keep pace (acquire a starting pitcher) in order to stay on Houston’s level.

Yankees relievers have thrown 15 1/3 consecutive shutout innings.

eagles_089Judge grounded out with the bases loaded to end the fifth but later sent the first pitch from Anthony Swarzak (0-1) into the left-field seats.

Judge showed no ill effects from jamming his thumb on a slide Friday night during the Yankees’ 4-1 win. Judge’s 18th homer got the Yankees fans finally shouting louder than their Mets counterparts in a sellout crowd.

In the end, it wasn’t enough.

Baseball’s a funny game like that, Nimmo said. We’re just going to try and not sit around and wait for it, we’re going to try and make things happen.

Wright’s potential emergence could be a big factor in the AL East battle royale with the Yankees. With Drew Pomeranz on the disabled list, Wright has started twice and allowed no runs in 13⅔ innings against the Detroit Tigers and Orioles. This isn’t necessarily a fluke for the knuckleballer; remember, he was an All-Star in 2016 before injuring his shoulder in August while pinch running. He had knee surgery in 2017 and missed most of the season, then was suspended 15 games this year after violating MLB’s domestic-violence policy.

His performance comes at a time when the Yankees suddenly are scrambling in their rotation. Jordan Montgomery is out with Tommy John surgery, Masahiro Tanaka just landed on the DL after tweaking both hamstrings running the bases over the weekend, Domingo German has a 5.32 ERA filling in for Montgomery, Luis Cessa is on the DL with an oblique strain and prospect Chance Adams has struggled at Triple-A.

At the same time, the Red Sox’s bullpen has kept pace with the Yankees’ pen, with a small edge in ERA (2.98 to 3.02) and a bigger edge in save-to-blown saves ratio (24/5 to 18/8). As Monday’s game indicated, the Red Sox have solid depth in front of closer Craig Kimbrel. The Yankees may be the team looking for additional bullpen help, especially with a rotation that isn’t eating up as many innings as one would like. Indeed, the back page for the New York Post on Tuesday features San Diego Padres reliever Brad Hand and the subhead, Why Padres’ star reliever may be best cure for Yanks’ pitching problems.

Heath Hembree (3-1) struck out the side in the 11th and Craig Kimbrel got three outs for his 21st save.

eagles_090It was a very well-pitched game by everybody that was on the mound today, from the starter all the way through Craig, said Brandon Workman, who contributed 1 1/3 innings of one-hit relief. Everybody threw the ball well. Put up 12 zeros. That’s hard to do at any level of baseball.

It was the fifth straight loss for the Orioles, who have been shut out seven times this season. Baltimore left 13 on base and went 0 for 8 with runners in scoring position.

The second was a Coors Field home run, Goldschmidt said of his 354-footer into the left-field bleachers that drove in three runs in the fourth.

The last Arizona hitter to post consecutive multi-homer games was Jean Segura on Sept. 13-14, 2016.

The Rockies have allowed seven or more runs in each of their six straight losses at home, and the D’Backs have collected 22 homers in their seven straight wins in Denver’s launching pad of a downtown ballpark.

Mariners: RHP Nick Vincent (groin) threw a bullpen and will head out on a rehabilitation assignment later this week, according to manager Scott Servais. … C Chris Herrmann (oblique) took on-field batting practice and is scheduled to begin a rehab assignment this week. … RHP Juan Nicascio (knee) received a cortisone shot in his knee and played catch.

Angels: Jaime Barria (5-1) will be recalled from Triple-A to face Seattle on Tuesday. The 21-year-old right-hander has a 2.48 ERA in seven big league starts this season and will make his first career start against the Mariners.

Mariners: RHP Mike Leake (6-3) will make his 14th start of the season and second against the Angels. He’s 3-0 with a 2.79 ERA, 24 strikeouts and two walks in his last six outings.President Trump could be subpoenaed by Colin Kaepernick’s legal team in NFL collusion case, report says

9 observations from Week 2 of Giants OTAs

eagles_091Marshall was set to count $6.1 million against the Giants salary cap in 2018, but they released him with a failed physical designation in April. He only counts for $1 million in dead cap space.

Marshall said in December that he wants to keep playing so he can build a Hall of Fame resume. He and Giants quarterback Eli Manning had been offseason throwing partners.

I was pretty shocked, wide receiver Sterling Shepard said in April reacting to Marshall’s release. That’s a guy who has been in the game for a long time. Unfortunately, he’s never made it to the playoffs, so he was looking forward to that. But, that’s the way this game goes and the way the business part of it is.

I am sure Dez is being thoughtful, Jones said on Tuesday, via Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. I don’t know the details as to why he hasn’t picked a home. I am sure he is being very thoughtful about it. I am sure he has good people talking to him too. I am sure at the end of the day he is being thoughtful about what his next steps should be. I am sure he is working hard. No one is rooting for Dez more than we are.

Bryant recently stated on Instagram his desire to play for the San Francisco 49ers before his post was quickly deleted. NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported Tuesday that Bryant is unlikely to get that wish, as the Niners like the current makeup of their wideout group.

2. Jack Nicklaus, men’s golf: The only thing separating him and Federer are the two extra majors on the résumé. Anyone who has ever seen Nicklaus in person knows what a relentless ambassador he remains for the game. Maybe Arnold Palmer was more popular, maybe Tiger was better at his heights. But the Bear was the Best.

3. Wayne Gretzky, hockey: So much better than whoever No. 2 is in his sport, and that No. 2 is probably Gordie Howe or Bobby Orr, who themselves were, at one time, considered the sport’s GOATs. He was so good he made other pros shake their heads at just how good.

According to the Milwaukee-Journal Sentinel’s Michael Cohen, the rookie cornerbacks worked on the inside and outside during practices.

Defensive backs Damarious Randall and Morgan Burnett took the majority snaps in the slot last year. The Packers traded the former to the Browns, and the latter signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Cowboys have early expectations for linebacker Leighton Vander Esch, per Hill. “The Cowboys expect [Vander Esch] to have an immediate and definitive impact. Their love for him and his potential, which began with linebackers coach Ben Bloom as far back as the combine, has only grown with his presence at camp.”

At Boise State, Vander Esch flashed the ability to cover in space with two interceptions, five pass breakups and 91 solo tackles during his junior year. Expect him to pair with Sean Lee when two linebackers take the field.

Tampa Bay acquired Mitch Unrein and Beau Allen, but neither player should pose a threat to Vea as a starter, especially with Chris Baker and Clinton McDonald signing deals with the Bengals and Broncos, respectively.

Vea will start and provide an immediate impact to shore up the front line against ground attacks in the upcoming season.

The Washington Redskins addressed their porous defensive line with the No. 13 overall pick. In the upcoming season, NFC East running backs Ezekiel Elliott, Barkley and the Philadelphia Eagles stable of tailbacks will attempt to gouge last year’s worst run defense. The front office prepared for this issue with Da’Ron Payne.

Payne joins fellow Alabama product Jonathan Allen on the defensive line. He’d effectively replace Ziggy Hood, who’s a backup player at best. Washington also added fifth-round interior defender Tim Settle (Virginia Tech) for good measure, but he’s going to take snaps in a rotational role. bucks_428

Preakness 2018: Who won? Win, place, show payoffs

Justify will attempt to be the 13th Triple Crown winner in next month’s Belmont Stakes after dominating the field in Saturday’s Preakness Stakes.

On a sloppy, muddy track amid a foggy and cloudy evening that followed three inches of rain over three days at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Md., Justify broke cleanly from the gate and was in control from the start in the 1 3/16-mile race for 3-year-olds.

Kentucky Derby winner Justify , who won by a neck, was strong throughout the race, but was locked in a duel with Good Magic, who faded in the final two furlongs.

Fantasy owners will tell you that predicting the most productive Patriots running back on any given week compares to solving a quadratic equation. As far as the starter position, Dion Lewis, Mike Gillislee, James White and Rex Burkhead all started games but none logged more than eight in 2017.

Lewis signed with the Titans during free agency, but the Patriots acquired Jeremy Hill. Sony Michel’s first-round draft tag doesn’t simply vault him into pole position. The Patriots may plan on using five tailbacks in various situations based on the given matchup.

Despite those lean times earlier this decade, Colbert’s rosters have gone 188-99-1 since he first came onto the scene in 2000. They have won two Super Bowls and reached a third. That’s a track record only Bill Belichick can better.

The Cavs focused their defense on slowing Brown, and it worked. He was 3 of 8 from the floor and never found his flow after getting two early fouls.

They were denying me the ball, and when I did get it, it was in positions that I’m not comfortable in, he said. “Give credit to Cleveland. They were physical and we settled for jumpers too much.”

The long layoff between Games 2 and 3 revived the Cavs.cowboys_063