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    Eight years after debuting with the Giants and providing a spark amid their run to a third World Series title in five seasons, second baseman Joe Panik has retired. The NY Post reported Panik has “quietly retired” and is enjoying family life after an eight-season career that began in San Francisco in 2014. Panik finished sixth in National League Rookie of the Year voting, made the All-Star team the next season and earned a Gold Glove at second base in 2016. One of Panik’s finest moments with the Giants came in Game 7 of the 2014 World Series when he started a 4-6-3 double play with a diving stop and a glove flip to shortstop Brandon Crawford. The full extension stop from Panik led to a flawless exchange with Crawford who fired to first base in time to double up then-Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer. Hosmer was initially ruled out on the play, but a replay review overturned the call as it showed Crawford’s throw hit the outstretched glove of first baseman Brandon Belt before Hosmer touched first base. Aside...
    During the latter half of Richard Sherman’s Hall of Fame-caliber career, there’s been widespread chatter the former 49ers corner would extend his career with a move to safety. As the 2022 season approaches, it’s possible Sherman will potentially cut his career short with a different type of move. The versatile defensive back could be headed to the broadcast booth. According to a NFL Network report, Sherman, 34, is “deep in talks” with Amazon to play a central role on their broadcast team for the upcoming season. It’s unclear whether Sherman would fit in as a studio analyst, offer insight from the sideline or assist in a new type of role for the streaming platform, but there’s little doubt the Stanford product would be a natural fit for Amazon, which is hoping to establish credibility with NFL fans this year. Amazon’s Prime Video is the exclusive home of Thursday Night Football and has already hired legendary play-by-play voice Al Michaels and longtime ESPN college football commentator Kirk Herbstreit to work Thursday Night games. Sherman played five games last season for the...
    TOTTENHAM are set to sign winger Dejan Kulusevski on a permanent basis from Juventus. The Swede, who has eight assists and three goals in 14 Spurs appearances, is on an 18-month loan. 1Antonio Conte has confirmed Spurs are set to sign Dejan Kulusevski permanentlyCredit: Reuters However, the North Londoners can buy him over the summer for around £25million. Spurs boss Antonio Conte said: “He’s a Tottenham player 100 per cent in every aspect. “Not officially but he’s 100 per cent a Tottenham player.” Conte also urged Kulusevski and Co not to be scared of Liverpool on Saturday. READ MORE SUN STORIESLIVERPOOL VS TOTTENHAM Latest updates from HUGE Premier League clash at AnfieldSHARPSHOOTERS Stats prove Haaland and Son are deadliest strikers in Europe this season Spurs can derail Jurgen Klopp’s Quadruple bid with a result at Anfield, which would also boost their own ambition of finishing in the top four. Conte believes his side are actually better suited to facing the big teams who attack, having beaten Manchester City twice this term and drawn 2-2 at home to the Reds in December....
    Steph Curry will miss an indefinite amount of time with a sprained ligament in his left foot, according to reports. Curry sprained his foot when Marcus Smart rolled over his leg during Wednesday’s game against the Celtics. Curry had an MRI and X-rays that did not reveal a fracture or major damage to the ligaments. The injury puts in jeopardy the Warriors’ playoff seeding and could spoil their offensive chemistry during the final months of the season. Curry, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson played together on Monday for the first time in 1,005 days only to be broken up again by injury a game later. Green expressed concern over the lack of reps the core three will play together this year. “Anytime you haven’t had the opportunity to play together, it’s a worry. It seems like anytime we get someone back, someone is out,” Green said. “That’s definitely a worry, is continuity and consistency. And we haven’t been able to build that for the most part. That is 100 percent a worry.” Related Articles Jannelle Moore on the...
    Unvaccinated Nets guard Kyrie Irving made a pair of appearances at Brooklyn's Barclays Center over the weekend, not because New York City lifted its injection mandate for private sector employees, but rather because the NBA star wasn't working.  While New York Mayor Eric Adams has eased the city's mandates, allowing fans to attend games without presenting proof of vaccination, the mandate for local workers remains in place. And as such, the 29-year-old former top-overall draft pick will continue to be sidelined for home games.  The unmasked Irving was at Barclays Center on Saturday to watch his alma mater, Duke, lose the ACC Tournament title game to Virginia Tech before returning on Sunday to see his Nets beat the crosstown rival Knicks thanks to 53 points from Brooklyn star Kevin Durant. Afterwards, Durant directed a message to Adams, an avowed Nets fan, by accusing the Mayor of using the mandate to gain notoriety. Unvaccinated Nets guard Kyrie Irving (right) congratulates teammate Kevin Durant (left) as the latter scored 53 points in Sunday's win over the crosstown rival Knicks. Irving has not been...
    Russian state media have released a photograph of WNBA star Brittney Griner in custody, weeks after detaining her at the airport for allegedly carrying a cannabis-filled vape.  Griner was taken into custody after returning to Moscow from New York during a two-week break from play.  She was playing for the Moscow team UMMC Ekaterinburg and was earning $1million for the off-season - four times her WNBA salary.  The details on her arrest are scarce. Her wife and parents are calling out for answers given the ongoing diplomatic crisis between the US and Russia.  On Tuesday, Russian state TV broadcast a photograph of her in custody holding up a piece of paper. The image was too blurred to be able to make out what was written on the paper. CNN obtained the image.   Griner was taken into custody after returning to Moscow from New York during a two-week break from play. She was playing for the Moscow team UMMC Ekaterinburg and was earning $1million for the off-season - four times her WNBA salary There are a dwindling number of flights out of...
    In this article GSThe pump of a hydrogen refueling point at a gas station in Berlin, Germany, on Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2021.Krisztian Bocsi | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesHydrogen has an important role to play in any transition to net-zero and its generation could develop into a market worth over $1 trillion a year, according to Goldman Sachs. "If we want to go to net-zero we can't do it just through renewable power," Michele DellaVigna, the bank's commodity equity business unit leader for the EMEA region, told CNBC's "Squawk Box Europe" earlier this week. "We need something that takes today's role of natural gas, especially to manage seasonality and intermittency, and that is hydrogen." Hydrogen has a diverse range of applications and can be deployed in a wide range of industries. "It's a very powerful molecule," DellaVigna said. "We can use it for heavy transport, we can use it for heating, and we can use it for heavy industry." The key, he argued, was to "produce it without CO2 emissions. And that's why we talk about green, we talk about blue...
    Climate change is a serious threat to our planet, the earth, and the environment. Scientists have even said we’re past the point of return when it comes to global warming, making it even more critical to lower our impact on the earth. One way to lower global warming is by eating less animal-based proteins in place of plant-based proteins. It seems that we may be headed in the right direction when it comes to diet since a new report from MSCI and Blue Horizon shows a potential increase in alternative proteins from 13 million metric tons per year to 97 million metric tons by 2035. They estimate that by 2035, 11% of the world’s protein market will be plant-based or alternative proteins. According to a press release, they believe “Europe and North America would reach ‘peak meat’ by 2025, and the consumption of animal protein there would actually begin to decline.” The research examined companies’ investment and revenue exposure to the alternative protein market and found that 46% of companies were in the plant-based protein space, with 10% of...
    GARETH BALE has reportedly earned £74,000 for every minute he has played for Real Madrid this season. The 32-year-old Welshman has made just three appearances for the Spanish giants since the start of the campaign. 1Bale has struggled to stay fit since the start of the seasonCredit: Getty And due to injuries he has not featured for Carlo Ancelotti's men since playing against Real Betis on August 28 - 130 days ago. He also contracted Covid in December. That inactivity has meant Bale has only been played in 193 minutes of Madrid's season. Couple that with his net annual salary of £15million and AS have worked out that he has earned £74,000 for every minute of action. Madrid also have to pay out twice as much as Bale receives, with the player only receiving 50 per cent of the gross wage due to tax. The former Spurs man's last competitive game came for Wales in a World Cup qualifier against Belarus on November 13. Most read in Premier LeagueTRANSFERS LIVE Lewandowski Prem link, Lukaku APOLOGISES to Chelsea fans, Trippier to...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Ben Roethlisberger is expected to play his final game at Heinz Field on Monday, according to Post-Gazette reporter Gerry Dulac. (Story continues below the tweet) BREAKING; Ben Roethlisberger said today that Monday night’s game against the Cleveland Browns is likely his final game at Heinz Field, his first public indication he will retire after the season. — Gerry Dulac (@gerrydulac) December 30, 2021 The Steelers welcome AFC North rival Cleveland on Monday night, as both teams are outsiders battling for a wild-card spot. This story will be updated.
    BARCELONA have confirmed Dani Alves will return to the club on a free transfer - and will play for just ONE EURO per month. The Brazilian right-back, 38, becomes former team-mate Xavi's first signing as Nou Camp boss. And incredibly the club legend will play for just one Euro per month to help ease the club's financial worries. Alves will start training at the struggling LaLiga side next week - but won't be allowed to play until January 1. A club statement read: "Barcelona and Dani Alves have reached an agreement in principle for the player to join the football first team for the remainder of the current season. "The Brazilian will be joining training from next week but will not be able to play until January." Alves most-recently played for Sao Paulo in his native Brazil, but left in September. The 119-cap Brazil international has been a free agent since and will now get down to work at Barca ahead of his second debut in January. MORE TO FOLLOW... Most read in Premier LeagueLive BlogENGLAND VS ALBANIA Smith Rowe...
    Toy giant Hasbro says supply chain disruptions prevented it from fulfilling $100million worth of toy orders during the third quarter. The toys, which were initially set to be delivered within the third quarter, ending September 26, were pushed into the fourth quarter, hurting the company’s latest bottom line. But Hasbro - one of the world's largest toymakers - still prospered, bringing in $1.97billion in revenue during the third quarter, an 11 per cent spike over 2020's third quarter revenue of $1.78billion. Executives said they plan to grow the company's revenue by an additional 13- 16 per cent by yearend. Deborah Thomas, Hasbro’s chief financial officer, said 40 per cent of the company’s retail inventory – which includes My Little Pony, Transformers, Play-Doh, Baby Alive and more -was stuck in transit at the end of the third-quarter. Her comments come as California’s Los Angeles and Long Beach ports – which move about 40 per cent of shipped cargo entering the US – continue to grapple with an historic container ship backlog. Habsbro shared the results of its third-quarter earnings during an...
    Best sports movies How to buy a house without a realtor For the first time since ending his holdout and reporting to Philadelphia, Ben Simmons was back at 76ers practice on Sunday.  When he'll play for the 76ers isn't clear.  Head coach Doc Rivers told reporters that Simmons is in "decent shape" and that there's no game plan for his return to game action. First #Sixers practice with Ben Simmons today. HC Glenn Rivers asked when Simmons will play in a game with season starting Wednesday in New Orleans and then Thursday first home game. ⁦@SportsRadioWIP⁩ pic.twitter.com/Lefay7mix2— Howard Eskin (@howardeskin) October 17, 2021 "I'm gonna wait and see," Rivers said. "Conditioning, I would say, just watching him he's in decent shape. Still not, obviously, game shape." When asked specifically about Simmons' availability to play in this week's season opener against the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday, Rivers said he's not thinking about it yet.  "Right now, I'm just trying to get him back comfortable and integrated," Rivers said. "I'm not even thinking about that. That'll come at some point....
    Gunman shoots 3 deputies during someone elses arrest, killing one, police say Biden: Democracy survived Capitol riot because of police The Ben Simmons saga has been discussed so much over the past few months that at times it's felt like going in circles. But now, just ahead of the season there have finally been some new developments. Most importantly, Simmons finally reported to Philadelphia. Whether he actually plays for the 76ers this season remains to be seen, but he is now with the team.  © Provided by CBS Sports In addition, there's been some interesting new reporting on the Sixers' disastrous season-ending Game 7 loss at home to the Atlanta Hawks in the second round of the playoffs. That, of course, was the game in which Simmons passed up a dunk in the final minutes of the fourth quarter and finished with just five points.  CBS Sports HQ Newsletter Your Ultimate Guide to Every Day in Sports We bring sports news that matters to your inbox, to help you stay informed and get a winning edge. By submitting my...
    Luke Perry Through the Years Facebook will add new safety features for teens following bombshell whistleblower leak © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad When you have Patrick Mahomes and you still have a losing record, your defense must be playing poorly. And the Chiefs’ defense is playing as poorly as any team ever has. Kansas City is allowing a stunning 7.1 yards per play this season. That’s not just the worst average this year, it’s the worst average in NFL history. The previous all-time low belongs to the 2015 Saints, whose defense allowed 6.6 yards per play. So the Chiefs aren’t just on pace for the worst mark ever, they’re eclipsing that pace by half a yard per play. The good news for the Chiefs is, defense tends to be inconsistent from week to week, and a defense that’s on an all-time awful pace at the start of the season doesn’t necessarily turn out to be the worst defense in the league. Still, those 2015 Saints should be a cautionary...
    ARSENAL intend for defender William Saliba to return to the club following his loan spell with Marseille. The 20-year-old, who has featured as a full-back and as part of a back three for the Ligue 1 side, joined the Gunners for £27million in 2019. 2Saliba has thrived during his loan spell with MarseilleCredit: Getty But he then continued to play for Saint-Etienne for the 2019-20 season before returning to Arsenal. However, he did not play a single game for the Gunners in the first half of the 2020-21 campaign and was subsequently loaned out to Nice. Then at the start of the new season he has embarked on another loan spell, this time with Marseille. Yet despite not yet having played for Mikel Arteta's side, it is now being reported that the Premier League outfit are still keen for him to eventually play a part for them in the future. Journalist Fabrizio Romano tweeted: "Arsenal are following William Saliba's progress closely - they are really happy with the French centre back. "Arsenal told Saliba weeks ago that they trust him...
    Rami Malek says he sat behind Prince William and Kate Middleton at the No Time to Die premiere and thinks they loved the movie Lauren Cho has been missing June and the search for answers intensifies As the 2021-22 NBA season draws near, unvaccinated players are running out of time to get their shot(s) before they start facing potential consequences from the league -- up to and including being unable to play in certain locations and having their pay reduced.  © Provided by CBS Sports The league and the players association have come to an agreement that unvaccinated players will lose 1/91.6 of their salary for each game they are forced to miss due to local COVID-19 regulations, according to Tim Bontemps and Bobby Marks of ESPN. That number is based on preseason, regular season and potential playoff games. Teams will not get any salary cap relief for potential pay reductions.  CBS Sports HQ Newsletter Your Ultimate Guide to Every Day in Sports We bring sports news that matters to your inbox, to help you stay informed and get...
    3 dead in Amtrak train derailment Sen. Cory Booker pledges to push for as big and bold as we can with Democratic-led infrastructure bill As the NBA embarks on another season with COVID-19 looming in the background, the focus has shifted from social distancing and mask wearing, to getting players vaccinated around the league. The latest report suggests that 90 percent of the league is vaccinated, but that leaves 10 percent of players who have been reluctant to get the shot.  © Provided by CBS Sports Although the league isn't making it mandatory for players to get vaccinated, in cities like New York City and San Francisco where there are vaccine mandates, players are required to be vaccinated in order to play in home games. Already Golden State Warriors forward Andrew Wiggins tried to get a religious exemption from the vaccine, which the league already denied. The Brooklyn Nets are also dealing with a similar situation, as there's reportedly a possibility of Kyrie Irving sitting out home games so he doesn't have to get the vaccine. In both instances,...
    Pre-teens anxiously wait for vaccine eligibility in school year Biden says U.S. will quadruple climate aid to poor countries Any hopes the Philadelphia 76ers had of reconciling with Ben Simmons appear to be gone. The three-time All-Star will indeed hold out of training camp and is intent on never playing a game for the team again, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.  © Provided by CBS Sports Simmons made it clear earlier this summer that he wanted to be traded, and would be willing to sit out to make that happen -- even in the face of potential fines. But thus far the Sixers have not been able to find a deal that suits them, which has resulted in an awkward stalemate.  Video: Report: Ben Simmons wants out of Philly, won't report to 76ers training camp (Yahoo! Sports) Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad CBS Sports will continue updating this breaking news story. 
    GARY NEVILLE has insisted that Jesse Lingard should have quit Manchester United in the summer. The 28-year-old attacker reignited his career on loan at West Ham last season. 3Jesse Lingard has been told he should have quit Man Utd in the summerCredit: Richard Pelham / The Sun 3Gary Neville says he should go where he will started 45 games a seasonCredit: PA Lingard returned to haunt his old club by coming off the bench on Sunday to fire United to a 2-1 win. Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is attempting to convince the midfielder to extend his contract at Old Trafford after his successful turnaround. But Lingard still has not started a game and has been restricted to just 63 minutes of action - leading to Neville’s reiteration. He said during his podcast on Sky Sports: “I still maintain he should've left but he will have his moments. “I was happy to see how he bounced back after what happened in Europe in midweek. “To bounce back and score the winner is a fantastic moment for him.” Most read in FootballLAUD-ED...
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