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Saints, Falcons hold hands on field after anthem as sign of unity
The display comes on the heels of several NFL players choosing to kneel or raise fists during the anthem to voice concerns over racial injustice. After a pair of black men were killed by police this week, New Orleans running back Mark Ingram said, “It’s not right, man. It’s not right.”
via Sports Illustrated
Dee Gordon hits HR after Fernandez tribute, breaks down in tears
Marlins Park was nearly silent during a pregame ceremony for fallen superstar Jose Fernandez, but Dee Gordon gave the entire stadium reason to smile when he hit a storybook home run -- his first of the year -- in Miami's first at-bat of the game.
via Sports Illustrated
Rose is now under active criminal investigation for rape charges
New York Knicks guard Derrick Rose, who is set to go to trial on October 4 to face allegations of gang rape, could potentially face criminal action in addition to the civil suit brought against him by a woman stemming from an alleged attack in 2013.
Jose Fernandez made a sick fan's dream come true 1 day before death
Wheelchair-bound Cristina Llanes, 20, met her favorite player at Marlins Park, thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation Saturday afternoon -- just one day before Miami Marlins superstar Jose Fernandez would pass away.
Obama: Arnold Palmer 'was the American Dream come to life'
Jack Nicklaus wrote a moving tribute on his Facebook page. Tiger Woods posted a nice photo of the two to his Instagram account. And on Monday, President Barack Obama himself weighed in with perhaps the best tribute we've seem so far.
There's something we need to tell you: Roger Maris was very average
Casual sports fans will often mention the former Yankees legend's name when discussing power and home runs and all the exciting things about baseball's past. And now you have an impressive way of flipping the conversation on its head.