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NEW YORK - OCTOBER 19:  Pitcher Curt Schilling #38 of the Boston Red Sox takes a look at his foot as Alex Rodriguez #13 of the New York Yankees stands on third base in the fourth inning during game six of the American League Championship Series on October 19, 2004 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

The Commentator Vanishes: Worldwide Leader in PC Whitewashes Curt Schilling’s Bloody Sock

ESPN labels it purely coincidental that it chose to cut Curt Schilling’s bloody sock victory out of a documentary on the historic comeback of the Boston Red Sox to defeat the New York Yankees for the 2004 American League pennant. Some things are harder to believe than a team winning a playoff series down 0-3 to the hated “rival” that big brothered them for the bulk of the previous 86 years.

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25 Ways the NFL Slimed Tom Brady

From the investigator touting as truth the opposite of the testimony of the AFC Championship Game referee on the matter most salient to Deflategate to the league admitting ignorance of the Ideal Gas Law to Roger Goodell hearing the appeal

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Chief Justice’s Dissent Gives Tom Brady Hope on Appeal

Two judges ruled that the “minimum legal standards,” not “perfection,” dictated the NFL’s disciplinary response to Deflategate. A third judge, the chief justice of the 2nd Court of Appeals, labeled Roger Goodell’s process in meting out a four-game suspension to Tom Brady as arbitrary.

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Federal Court Reinstates Tom Brady’s Suspension

A federal court overturned Judge Richard Berman’s ruling from late last summer invalidating NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s four-game suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady over the “Deflategate” affair.

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City of Brotherly Love: Flyers Fans Pelt Injured Caps Player

They booed Santa Claus, cheered Michael Irvin’s career-ending injury, and chucked batteries at J.D. Drew. So, Philadelphia fans tossing wristbands on the ice at the Wells Fargo Center Monday night fails to make the top-ten (bottom-ten?) list of bad behavior among sports spectators in the Quaker City.

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Pistons Coach: Move All-Star Game Because NC Transgender Bathroom Law

Detroit Pistons president and head coach Stan Van Gundy says the NBA should move next year’s All-Star Game from Charlotte because of a North Carolina law that prohibits people of the sex not corresponding to the designation on a multiperson public bathroom from using such a facility in a government building.