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    Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Bryce Harper has a small UCL tear in his right elbow and will not be able to throw a baseball for four weeks. But, he will still play. The Philadelphia Phillies are starting a four-game series against the Los Angeles Dodgers, but they received some  news that could scare fans. But, it is not all bad. Phillies manager Joe Girardi revealed that star outfielder Bryce Harper has a small UCL tear in his right elbow that will prevent him from throwing a baseball for at least four weeks. Despite this, Harper is expected to play as the team’s designated hitter.Phillies: Bryce Harper has small UCL tear, but will still playHarper is scheduled to have a platelet-rich plasma injection this upcoming Sunday, May 15, per Girardi. That means he will not play in the series finale in Los Angeles, and might miss Tuesday, May 17’s game against the San Diego Padres. The hope is that Harper can start a pitching program after four weeks. The injury occurred back on Apr. 11 against the New York Mets when he...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Target announced it will not require employees to work full-time inside headquarters offices in downtown Minneapolis, Brooklyn Park and Eagan. On Tuesday, a Target spokesperson issued a statement, saying the company has “designed the future” of work at corporate headquarters to be hybrid, combining onsite and virtual work for better flexibility. RELATED: How Many Workers Are Back Downtown? How Many Are Hybrid? (March 21) “While we won’t ask team members to be in the office with a set schedule or percentage of time, we know our physical offices will play an important role in how we work moving forward,” the spokesperson said. The company will be continuing to test new ways of working during the spring to develop more consistent hybrid work routines, according to the spokesperson. Target is the largest employer in Minneapolis, with 8,500 corporate workers. Steve Cramer, president and CEO of the Minneapolis Downtown Council, says the company has made no indication that they will be downsizing any more office space in the future. He acknowledges there will be less foot traffic, and that...
    A dramatic week in the battle for World Cup qualification lies ahead, with 29 of 32 spots for Qatar this winter set to be determined in the coming days.  The qualification process - which is split between six confederations - has been ongoing since the summer of 2019, but the majority of nations will imminently decide their fate with a number of key clashes ahead.  Some 11 European countries are still battling for three remaining spots, with 10 nations having already qualified, though the process has been extended following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, with the latter's clash against Scotland postponed until June.  The 2022 World Cup, which will be the first-ever winter tournament, will be held in Qatar It's not just those in Europe vying for an all-important plane ticket to Qatar, however, with Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah to go head-to-head once again as the African sides complete their qualification bids.    Canada meanwhile are on the brink of a historic qualification, while Australia face a fierce battle for an automatic spot.  Sportsmail takes you through the qualification processes...
    By: Patrick Damp/KDKA-TV TAMPA BAY (KDKA) – Not so fast, NFL. READ MORE: West Virginia Senate Misses Deadline To Pass Controversial Bill Regarding Teaching Race In SchoolsTouchdown Tom is coming back. These past two months I’ve realized my place is still on the field and not in the stands. That time will come. But it’s not now. I love my teammates, and I love my supportive family. They make it all possible. I’m coming back for my 23rd season in Tampa. Unfinished business LFG pic.twitter.com/U0yhRKVKVm — Tom Brady (@TomBrady) March 13, 2022 On Twitter on Sunday night, Brady announced his decision that he will play for the Buccaneers in the 2022 season. READ MORE: Hill District Consensus Group Holds 'Rent And Utility Relief' ClinicThis will be Brady’s 23rd season in the NFL and third with Tampa Bay. “These past two months I’ve realized my place is still on the field and not in the stands,” he said in the tweet. Brady announced his retirement from the NFL earlier this year in an Instagram post. ...
    Kyrie Irving is getting closer to being able to support his teammates, but it doesn’t look like he’ll be able to play at home for the Brooklyn Nets just yet. Because Kyrie Irving has remained unvaccinated against COVID-19, he has been unable to play during Brooklyn Nets home games due to various policies that have the expressed goal of limiting the spread and impact of COVID-19. This has been a huge point of debate for a number of reasons, but it looks like the Nets will soon be able to get Irving in Barclays Center for Brooklyn’s home games. The only thing is there’s a slight catch. Irving apparently won’t be able to be at Nets games as a player. It looks like he might only be able to show up as a spectator, according to a tweet from Shams Charania. According to Charania, New York City will be lifting its COVID-19 vaccine mandate in early March (as long as things continue to progress there). However, according to Charania, a “private sector mandate” will still keep Irving off the court. New...
    TIGER WOODS has revealed he will never return as a full-time golf professional after he was involved in a car crash last year. Woods, 46, wrecked his SUV, hitting a tree before flipping his car - he was transferred to hospital by paramedics, where it was revealed he had suffered fractures to his tibia and fibula. 1Tiger Woods was unable to reveal when he will be back on the PGA tourCredit: AFP And the veteran told the press ahead of the Genesis Open that he is still struggling to walk since the accident. His time on the golf course has been limited as a result and Woods was unable to share when he will be back on the PGA tour. Woods said: "Will I come back and play a full schedule? No. That will never happen again. "I can play certain events here and there, but on a full-time level, no, that will never happen again." "I wish I could tell you when I'm playing again. "I want to know. But I don't. My golf activity has been very limited....
    TIGER WOODS has revealed he will never return as a full-time golf professional after he was involved in a car crash last year. Woods, 46, wrecked his SUV, hitting a tree before flipping his car - he was transferred to hospital by paramedics, where it was revealed he had suffered fractures to his tibia and fibula. 1Tiger Woods was unable to reveal when he will be back on the PGA tourCredit: AFP And the veteran told the press ahead of the Genesis Open that he is still struggling to walk since the accident. His time on the golf course has been limited as a result and Woods was unable to share when he will be back on the PGA tour. Woods said: "Will I come back and play a full schedule? No. That will never happen again. "I can play certain events here and there, but on a full-time level, no, that will never happen again." "I wish I could tell you when I'm playing again. "I want to know. But I don't. My golf activity has been very limited....
    Tiger Woods admitted last night that he is still ‘a long way’ from a return to competitive golf – but believes he will play again on tour one day. Marking the first anniversary of the horrific car crash that almost cost him his life, the 46 year old let out a deep sigh when asked whether he had a date or a tournament in mind for his return. ‘Man, I wish I could tell you when I will play again,’ he said. ‘I’m still working on the walking part. My right leg was pretty banged up, as you know. It looks a lot different to my left one, let’s say that. I’m fine on the treadmill. I could walk all day on that, but it’s all the undulations you find on a course and all the other factors that’s a completely different matter. It’s clear that I still have a long way to go.’ Tiger Woods admitted last night that he is still ‘a long way’ from a return to competitive golf RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is hopeful linebacker T.J. Watt and cornerback Joe Haden will be available when Tennessee visits Heinz Field on Sunday. Watt left last Thursday’s 36-28 loss to Minnesota in the first half with a groin injury. Haden hasn’t played since spraining his foot in a tie against Detroit last month. “A number of those guys who have been out in recent weeks have an opportunity maybe to get back on the train,” Tomlin said. The list includes linebacker Alex Highsmith, who also left the Vikings’ loss with an injury, as well as defensive linemen Carlos Davis and Isaiah Buggs. Davis has spent most of the season on injured reserve and Buggs has been dealing with an ankle injury, symbolic of a defensive front that’s been dealing with depth concerns since Tyson Alualu was lost for the season with a fractured ankle in Week 2. Pittsburgh’s run defense has sagged as the season has worn on. The Steelers are 30th in the league against the run after giving up 242 yards to the...
    In his first interview since his car crash, Tiger Woods said he will likely never play golf full time again. The golf legend said his right leg has not yet fully recovered, and he thinks returning to golf full time is unrealistic. TIGER WOODS SAID HE 'DID NOT EVEN REMEMBER DRIVING' ON DAY OF CRASH, POLICE SAY "I don't have to compete and play with the best players in the world to have a great life," Woods told Golf Digest . "I could still maybe, if my leg gets good enough, maybe click off a tournament here or there." In February, Woods got into a major rollover car crash that severely injured his right leg. The 45-year-old said he has very limited endurance in his leg. He did say that he may play the tour one day but ruled out a full-time return to golf. A week ago, Woods posted a video to his Instagram account of him hitting golf balls again. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tiger Woods...
    BOSTON (CBS) — The Boston Celtics tip off their 2021-22 season on Wednesday. But it remains unclear if they’ll have Jaylen Brown or Al Horford in New York against the Knicks. Both players remain in the NBA’s COVID health and safety protocols after testing positive in recent weeks. Celtics head coach Ime Udoka did not have much of an update on their status Monday, as the team waits for test results. READ MORE: Stephon Gilmore Set To Begin Practicing With Panthers This Week“Nothing new. Those guys are doing well but waiting to hear back about testing results and all of that,” said Udoka. “They’re doing well as of now and we hope to have them back. We’ll let you know when we know.” READ MORE: Dak Prescott Believes Mac Jones Will Be 'A Good Quarterback For A Long Time'It was announced on Oct. 8 that Brown had tested positive for COVID, with Horford’s positive test coming out on Oct. 12. It’s unclear when either tested positive or if they’re vaccinated. Udoka tested positive ahead of Boston’s Media Day, but was...
    Lego has vowed to remove gender stereotypes from its toys, after a survey revealed how boys fear they will be 'made fun of' if they play with toys marketed for girls. The famous Danish firm, the world's largest toymaker, says its products are primarily used by young boys. But it says it will now work to remove gender bias from its toys and push towards products aimed at both genders. Bosses of the plastic brick toy firm have heralded products like Lego Dots and Lego City Wildlife Rescue as the way forward. They say the company, which built up sales to £4.95billion last year, was 'working hard to make Lego more inclusive'. It comes after a report by the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media - set up by Oscar-winning US actor turned activist Geena Davis - found that seventy-one per cent of boys surveyed feared they would be made fun of if they played with what they described as 'girls' toys'. Lego has vowed to remove gender stereotypes from its toys, after a survey revealed how boys fear they...
    At the end of 2020, Norma Palafox and the Pachuca Gophers They ‘shook’ women’s soccer in the MX League by announcing that the Sonoran would join the Hidalgo team for the following year after breaking her ‘magical’ relationship with Chivas Rayadas del Guadalajara, the club where she said goodbye as the top scorer in history. Despite signing her contract with Pachuca, Norma made it clear that she would join the team until she finished her participation in the United States Exatlon, which has been lengthening and almost reaches six months in its fifth season, where Palafox is a one of the favorites to win the $ 200,000 prize. Also read: PSG: Suzy Cortez surprises Lionel Messi with hot photos with a Paris shirt The reality show began on January 26 and still has no date to end, although it is budgeted that it could end at the end of August, dates in which Norma Palafox would have to be reporting with the Pachuca team. When would you play with Pachuca? With 6 months of inactivity, Norma’s return to...
    PGA golfer Rory McIlroy will be representing Ireland in the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, but he doesn’t sound too thrilled about the prospect. "I’m not a very patriotic guy," McIlroy said. "I am doing it because I think it is the right thing to do, and I missed it last time. For golf to be an Olympic sport you need your best players there and I want to represent the game of golf more than anything else." Well, I certainly just got chills. Somebody get Hollywood on the phone. If Pacino can’t do Any Given Sunday 2, I know a passionate little Irishman who is ready to inspire men and run through walls. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM To be fair, Rory went on to explain that he doesn’t foresee Tokyo being a very fun environment given the COVID concerns, and he may be correct. His trip to Japan may be strictly business: long days on the course, relative isolation, and difficult conditions. "It is going to be a very different environment. I am looking forward to getting...
    (CNN)World No. 1 Novak Djokovic announced on social media on Thursday that he will compete in the Tokyo Olympics."I booked my flight for Tokyo and will proudly be joining #TeamSerbia for the Olympics," Djokovic said in a tweet.Djokovic, who has won the Australian Open, the French Open and Wimbledon this year, has the chance to become the first man to win a so-called Golden Slam should he win the singles gold medal in Tokyo and later the US Open in New York. The only tennis player to have won all four majors and Olympic gold in a calendar year is Steffi Graf, when she accomplished the feat in 1988.Following winning Wimbledon, Djokovic had put himself at "50-50" on competing in the Olympics, citing the lack of spectators as well as the strict Covid-19 restrictions.Djokovic is tied with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal for the most major singles titles in men's tennis, with 20.Read MoreNadal and Federer are part of a growing list of players opting not to compete in this year's Olympics. Those not going to Tokyo also include Serena...
    ENGLAND are one game away from playing in the Euro 2020 semi-finals at Wembley next week but they must first beat Ukraine. The Three Lions overcame Germany 2-0 earlier this week to seal a quarter-final clash with Andriy Shevchenko's side in Rome on Saturday. 2There were 45,000 fans in attendance for England vs GermanyCredit: AFP How many fans will be allowed at Wembley for the semi-final? England had been playing matches in front of 22,500 fans in the group stage - a 25 per cent capacity. However, that was upped to 45,000 fans - 50 per cent - in the last 16 for England's win over Germany. And the UK government has confirmed to Uefa that the semi-final and final will be played in front of at least 60,000 fans - a 75 per cent capacity. 2 How can I get tickets for Euro 2020 semi-finals? Tickets are sold on the Uefa ticketing portal and are priced at 595 euros, 475 euros and 345 euros. But for England's potential semi-final on Wednesday, July 7, tickets are now SOLD...
    Federal judge rules SpaceX must comply with DOJ subpoena of hiring records 40 Cities That Could Be Poised For a Housing Crisis © Provided by Sports Illustrated College athletes can now profit from endorsements and sponsorships starting Thursday. As of Thursday, July 1, all NCAA athletes will be able profit from their name, image and likeness after the governing bodies from all three NCAA divisions voted to approve the interim NIL policy Wednesday. College athletes will still have to adhere by NIL rules in their specific states, but can now profit from sponsorships and endorsements.  Students who play for programs in a state without an NIL law can still engage in this type of activity and not be in violation of the rules. Colleges and universities will decide whether or not certain activities are in accordance with state laws. All three divisions agreed to continue to avoid "pay-for-play and improper inducements tied to choosing to attend a particular school," however.  The interim policy will be enforced until federal legislation passes or new NCAA rules are introduced.  "This is an important...
    Tom Brady appeared to drop a hint about how much longer he will be playing in the NFL, and it sounds like that expiration date is not far away. The legendary quarterback wouldn’t say the final date for sure, but did make it clear that he couldn’t see himself playing until he’s 50 years old, calling it a “long time,” USA Today reported Friday.(RELATED: Tom Brady And Patrick Mahomes Show Respect For Each Other In Chat After Super Bowl LV) “50? That’s a long time,” the Buccaneers quarterback shared. “Even for me, that’s a long time.” Tom Brady Won’t Commit To Playing ‘Til 50 Years Old, ‘That’s A Long Time’ https://t.co/3GpWpaFM0f — TMZ (@TMZ) June 18, 2021 “I’ve always said 45 was the age that I wanted to reach and that was my goal,” he added. “This year I’ll be 44, so next year I’ll be 45. I got a two-year contract.”(RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) “I’m going to be able to obviously play this year and God forbid anything happens but play...
    PLENTY of people in their late 20s play Football Manager - but not many have the chance to recreate it in real life. And that is exactly what 28-year-old Will Still is doing. 4Will Still is the 28-year-old English manager tearing it up with Beerschot in Belgium having honed his skills on Football ManagerCredit: Rex 4Still guided Beerschot to within a point of the Europa League qualifiersCredit: Alamy It was in January that Still - who is a huge fan of the management simulation video game - became the Belgian First Division’s youngest-ever head coach when he was appointed at Beerschot. And, after leading the club to within a whisker of the play-offs for Europa League qualification, Sheffield United could do worse than recruit him to the hotseat. It might be a possibility, too, as Antwerp-based Beerschot are part-owned by Saudi businessman Abdullah bin Musa’ad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud - who also owns recently-relegated Blades. Still said: “I spent hours on Football Manager, especially during the summer holidays when I was at school. “As a West Ham supporter, I always...
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