Dulcich caught one of four targets for 11 yards in Sunday's 17-10 loss to the Titans. After a solid start to his rookie campaign, Dulcich's one-catch performance was a major disappointment for fantasy managers. The 6-foot-4, 245-pound tight end was unable to get anything going as Denver's offensive struggles continued in Week 10. Despite his underwhelming performance, Dulcich played 89 percent of the Broncos' offensive snaps, and Russell Wilson continues to look his way. His speed and athleticism make him a necessary part of a Denver passing attack still trying to find its rhythm. With teammate Jerry Jeudy nursing an ankle injury, it's possible that Dulcich could be relied upon even more if the wideout is forced to miss time. The 22-year-old will look to bounce back in a favorable matchup when the Broncos host the Raiders in Week 11.
Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge was voted player of the year and the American League outstanding player by fellow major leaguers in the annual Players Choice Awards from the Major League Baseball Players Association. Judge set an American League record with 62 homers, breaking the previous mark of 61 set by New York’s Roger Maris in 1961. St. Louis first baseman Paul Goldschmidt was voted National League outstanding player, the union said Friday. Mets shortstop Francisco Lindor, a member of the union’s eight-man executive subcommittee that was heavily involved in labor negotiations, was selected Marvin Miller man of the year, given to a player whose leadership inspires others. Source
By the time Mark Canha’s flipped bat had completed its final revolution before plopping to the ground after his go-ahead, two-run homer in the top of the 9th of yesterday’s crushing 10-9 loss to the Mets, a sobering realization implanted itself into the minds of most Phillies fans watching that train wreck of a series. The Mets just have their number. The two teams played each other 19 times this season. The Phillies won four of those games. The Mets won 15 and outscored the Phils 100-63, a staggering run differential of +37, and beat them every which way a team can do it — blowouts, pitchers’ duels, extra innings and come-from-behind wins. It was truly a demoralizing sight to see. This weekend, New York (and their fans) came into Philadelphia and, without Max Scherzer, Jacob deGrom, Taijuan Walker or Carlos Carrasco, outpitched Aaron Nola, Zack Wheeler and Kyle Gibson. With runners in scoring position, Phils’ hitters went 11-for-42 (.208) that included a ghastly 4-for-17 performance in Saturday night’s 4-3 win, their lone victory of the series.
Phillies’ Jayme and Rhys Hoskins, Philadelphia Phillies first baseman, are teaming up to host a ‘Go Yard’ benefit event for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) on Sunday, June 12, 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at Yards Brewing Company in Philadelphia, PA. To purchase event tickets, make a donation, become a partner, or browse the silent auction, click here. ‘Go Yard’ with Rhys Hoskins & MDA will be a night full of fun at Yards Brewing. There will be food, drinks, games including cornhole and putt-putt, and the opportunity to meet and mingle with Rhys Hoskins and other Phillies players and staff. Members from the amazing MDA community of Philadelphia will be in attendance as well. Guests will also have the chance to bid on exclusive live auction items. Dress will be casual. "After two years without being able to gather in person in support of the MDA, we are so excited to safely get together for a night of eating, drinking and fundraising," said Rhys Hoskins. "Jayme and I have been involved with MDA for almost 20 years – first as camp counselors in high school, and now as ambassadors in Philadelphia at local walks, galas, Phillies games and educational events. We are humbled to have the support of MDA to host this event and hope to make this a longstanding tradition in Philadelphia and beyond. We hope to see you there!" The streams for the latest NFL matches live will be available on this site whenever the official games are available.
It has been less than a year since NBA Top Shot served as an introduction for many sports fans into the world of NFTs, and now the NFL is lining up a similar arrangement. In September, the league announced a partnership with the company that runs Top Shot, Dapper Labs, and now we know the name of the service that will distribute the video highlight clips that make up the "Moments" that become NFTs: NFL All Day.
The 2022 MLB season is here! Thursday's Opening Day action didn't disappoint, and Friday kept the party going with clutch performances, mascot antics and more. The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox wrote another chapter in their historic rivalry, with Josh Donaldson providing the walk-off win in extra innings. The Detroit Tigers started off their season with another win in walk-off fashion against the Chicago White Sox. Start a Free Trial to watch Rugby World Cup live on YouTube TV (and cancel anytime). Stream live TV from ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN & popular cable networks.
Heading into the 2022 MLB season, this Philadelphia Phillies lineup was supposed to be one of the largest producing units in baseball. Home runs, dingers, moonshots, whatever your choice word may be, were supposed to be launched in ballparks all over the nation. Unfortunately, that has yet to come to fruition this season for the Phillies. In fact, aside from a few outings, this Philly lineup has been largely toothless. It has lacked chemistry. There is no direction. That was on full display on Monday night when they dropped the first game of a three-game series against the Colorado Rockies.
About 2/3 through this article is the part about Dick Allen’s family learning he didn’t make it in the Hall of Fame. It’s tough to read. Allen belongs in Cooperstown. Here’s an excerpt from Nightengale’s article: Their optimism overflowed when Hall of Fame president Josh Rawitch announced that the Golden Days Era Committee had elected four new Hall of Famers. The last time the committee met in 2014, no one was elected. He began with Gil Hodges, and then Jim Kaat. Suddenly, the room went silent. It dawned on Carfagno that Rawitch was reading the names in alphabetical order. He leaned over to producer Mike Tollin and whispered, "I don’t think he’s getting in." Then came the news of Minnie Miñoso, and finally Tony Oliva. Richard Allen, Dick’s son, started weeping. So did Dick’s wife, Willa. His grandson. Nephew. Relatives. Friends. There wasn’t a dry eye in the room.
This article takes a year by year look at Dick Allen's career and makes an argument for the slugger's election to the Hall of Fame. Allen will be eligible on the Golden Days Era Committee ballot this fall.