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The tweets in question occurred years ago, before Hader was in professional baseball. The 24-year-old pitcher apologized after the game, and said he was "young, immature and stupid", according to National MLB writer Ryan Fagan. Hader said he had not spoken to family members and when asked if that would be a hard conversation responded: 'I was young, immature and stupid. It won't happen again.
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    Seeing as Machado is slated to hit free agency this winter, it's a sizable price to pay should the star sign elsewhere during the offseason. Schmuck wrote a Red Sox scout was in attendance for the Orioles' game Tuesday against the New York Yankees , presumably to get a firsthand look at Machado.
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    When Djokovic converted his second set point in the tiebreaker - having saved three of Nadal's - the clock had ticked a couple of minutes past 11. The ridiculous length of the Anderson-Isner clash left Nadal and Djokovic waiting until 8pm local time before stepping on court for their box office semi-final.
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    He said: "Emotionally it has been a hard few days but the players are incredible". They're a pleasure to work with. "We're here to try and improve every time we play, every time we go into a tournament". Though captain Luka Modric has been very much Croatia's star man throughout their run to the final of the tournament, it is Perisic who is most capable of providing the offensive spark capable of unlocking a French defence which has only conceded four goals at this summer's tournament.
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    Croatia has just over 4 million people, the fourth-smallest of the 32 World Cup teams ahead of Panama, Uruguay and Iceland. England was last at this stage in 1990, when they lost to West Germany on penalties in that famous game when midfielder Paul Gascoigne was left in tears after being booked.
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    A small demonstration is expected to take place near Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire on Thursday, the venue for Trump's black-tie dinner with Prime Minister Theresa May . The organisers behind the blimp however, said they were just "poking fun" and "hope Trump sees it". That turmoil includes the resignations of May's Brexit and foreign ministers over her plan to retain close ties with the European Union after leaving the bloc in March.
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    The Thunder could save close to $100 million in luxury tax by waiving Anthony, then stretching his remaining $27.9 million over three seasons (the Thunder has until August 31 to stretch his contract). As their roster now sits, the Thunder would owe approximately $310 million in salary and luxury tax next season which would be a record. Swapping Melo for a player (s) of lesser value would also create a trade exception for OKC.
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    Next up for the 36-year-old American is a match against No. 13 seed Julia Goerges of Germany , a 3-6, 7-5, 6-1 victor against No. 20 Kiki Bertens of the Netherlands. It's not as if Serena needs much encouragement to dominate at Wimbledon, where she has already reached nine finals. She steadied herself, though, and had a break point when Williams served at 4-2, but her chances were few and far between as her opponent continued to charge through a draw blown wide open by an exodus of seeds.
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    They were placed in isolation as a precaution, although he said the authorities may soon allow the parents to see the boys. The second evacuation attempt started at 11 a.m. The Thai Navy SEAL team that is working hard to help rescue 12 boys and their soccer coach from a cave in Thailand posted a touching photo on Facebook.
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    But despite working for Belgium, Giroud has admitted there's no resentment while having mutual respect for him. "The way we work sometimes causes a lot of contact, we slow down the field, the accelerations are higher". Giroud, who has bagged an impressive 31 goals for Les Bleus , added: "He's there to learn and develop as a coach". But it is not something that happens from one day to the next.
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    The safety vehicle was then deployed for a big crash, which ended Marcus Ericsson's race. Hamilton's team mate Valtteri Bottas led and might have won but for a second safety vehicle, after Renault's Carlos Sainz and Haas's Romain Grosjean collided, that kept the front four nose to tail and only fractions apart.
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    Keys' departure comes hot on the heels of early exits for two-time Wimbledon victor Petra Kvitova, 2004 All England Club champion Maria Sharapova, world number two Caroline Wozniacki and US Open title holder Sloane Stephens. The 34-year-old Kohlschreiber is an accomplished player, having won eight career titles - twice the amount of Anderson - but he has never beaten the South African in matches on the ATP World Tour.
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    That was still slower than Hamilton's morning time of 1:27.487, however, with Vettel third then and half a second slower. Hamilton, who is going for a fifth straight victory and a record sixth overall in his home Formula One race, clocked the best lap time at 0.367 seconds faster than Bottas.
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    With Belgium looking to be heading home, Jan Vertonghen - the defender whose error had led to Japan's opener - made amends with a goal to put Belgium back in the game before Marouane Fellaini's powerful header brought them to 2-2. In the first 45 minutes against Mexico , Brazil again struggled to get the ball to their best players on a regular basis, due partly to a pragmatic midfield of Casemiro and Paulinho.
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    Sofia said she would now support England and thinks they have a good chance of making it the final. Lancashire Police issued a reminder before the World Cup for football fans to "not get carried away in the heat of the moment". And after the shoot-out on Tuesday night, England forward Jamie Vardy could not resist trolling the Spaniards for the manner of their defeat. Let them play.
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    Ronaldo, 33, appeared to backtrack on that statement during Real's celebration parade through the Spanish capital the next day, when he told a mass of supporters: "See you next season". Juventus CEO Giuseppe Marotta met with Ronaldo's agent Jorge Mendes last week while finalising the signing of another client, Portugal full-back Joao Cancelo .
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    However after a couple of mistakes in the group stage, calls were made to see him dropped for Sunday's Round of 16 clash with hosts Russian Federation. The odds on England winning the World Cup for a second time were immediately cut from 6-1 to 5-1 after Russia's victory, making them third favourites behind France and Brazil with bookmaker William Hill.
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    Sports news site ESPN reported the price tag of Federer's new deal, but Uniqlo has not shared the specific terms. Vekic, who played in three grass-court tournaments coming into Wimbledon, won the next three games, moving nervelessly along the baseline and punishing less-than-pinpoint serves with bullet-like returns.
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