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Rangers hire Chris Woodward as new Manager

The Rangers officially announced the hiring of Chris Woodward as their manager for the 2019 season. He signs a three-year deal with a club option for 2022 to become the 19th full-time manager in club history. He will be introduced by the team at a press conference on Monday, November 5th at 10am CT at Globe Life Park…
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Marco Gonzales agrees to 2-year deal with Mariners

A person with knowledge of the deal says the Seattle Mariners and Marco Gonzales have agreed to a US$1.9-million, two-year contract. Gonzales is not arbitration eligible until 2021, but the Mariners chose to set his salary for the next two seasons and give him a pay increase after a solid first full season in Seattle.…
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Nadal pulls out of Paris Masters

Rafael Nadal pulled out of the Paris Masters on Wednesday guaranteeing Novak Djokovic's return to world No 1 spot. Announcing his withdrawal at a hastily arranged press conference Nadal said: "My abdominal muscles haven't felt good for the past few days, especially on serve, doctors recommended that I didn't play." Djokovic arrived in Paris knowing that he would regain the…
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Broncos trade Demaryius Thomas to Texans

The Houston Texans found a replacement for one of their key offensive contributors, and the Denver Broncos bid farewell to their longest-tenured player. The Broncos have trade wide receiver Demaryius Thomas to the Texans for a third-round pick and a swap of seventh-round picks, the Broncos confirmed. Thomas is poised to face his old team in…
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Solari to be presented as Real Madrid manager

Real Madrid have fired coach Julen Lopetegui after the club’s humiliating 5-1 defeat at Barcelona saw them slump to ninth in La Liga. Lopetegui took over in July in hugely controversial circumstances, a day before Spain’s World Cup campaign got underway against Portugal. He was fired by Spanish FA president Luis Rubiales and immediately took over at the Bernabeu. After a run of poor form…
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Lewis Hamilton wins his fifth world title

Lewis Hamilton has won his fifth F1 World Championship, making him the joint second most successful driver of all time. The 33-year-old becomes only the third man in history to win five world titles. He matches the haul of the Argentine legend Juan Manuel Fangio and is two behind all-time record holder Michael Schumacher. Hamilton…
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