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Toronto Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna dealing with anxiety

Toronto Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna dealing with anxiety

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Toronto Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna said Saturday he is dealing with an anxiety issue, feeling "a little bit lost right now." Osuna told reporters he is unsure when he will be available to pitch again as he tries to work through his issues. He did not pitch in a save situation for the Blue Jays on Friday night against the Kansas City Royals. "I really don't know how to explain it. I just feel anxious. I feel like I'm lost a little bit right now," the hard-throwing right-hander, who is from Mexico, said through a translator. "I'm just a little bit lost right now. "This has nothing to do with me being on the field. I feel great out there. It's just when I'm out of baseball, when I'm not on the field, that I feel just weird and a little bit lost." The 22-year-old Osuna has 19 saves and a 2...
Washington Capitals sign T.J. Oshie to eight-year contract

Washington Capitals sign T.J. Oshie to eight-year contract

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Washington Capitals right wing T.J. Oshie signed an eight-year, $ 46 million contract, the team announced on Friday. Oshie recorded career highs in goals (33) and plus/minus rating (plus-28) to go along with 23 assists in 68 games last season for the Presidents' Trophy-winning Capitals. The former U.S. Olympic hero also contributed in the playoffs, scoring four goals and setting up eight others in 13 postseason games as Washington advanced to the second round before succumbing to the eventual Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins. "Couldn't be happier to resign with the @Capitals!!" the 30-year-old Oshie wrote on Twitter. "Great city, great organization and even more important great people." Oshie has collected 107 points (59 goals, 48 assists) in 148 career contests in Washington. "T.J...
Demarai Gray urges club managers to give young English talent more opportunities

Demarai Gray urges club managers to give young English talent more opportunities

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Demarai Gray believes England's young guns must be given more of a chance with their club sides as he revealed his frustration at Leicester.The 20-year-old scored the opener in Thursday's 3-0 win over Poland as the England Under-21s reached the semi-finals of Euro 2017. It is the first time the Young Lions, who topped Group A in Poland, have reached the knockout stages of the competition since 2009.They have followed England Under-20s' World Cup success earlier this month while the Under-17s reached the final of their European Championships in May.And Gray, who has made just 10 Premier League starts for the Foxes since joining from Birmingham 18 months ago, feels England's rising stars deserve more faith."Managers have to trust you and give you a chance. If they do we will have more Englis
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Super League: Widnes 36-10 Leigh: Vikings see off fellow strugglers

Super League: Widnes 36-10 Leigh: Vikings see off fellow strugglers

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Australian duo Chris Houston and Corey Thompson scored doubles as the Widnes beat Leigh 36-10 in the battle of two of Super League's strugglers.Widnes and Leigh have been slugging it out at the foot of the table since April but the Vikings, who welcomed back a ruck of stars, put in an assured first-half display where they ran in four tries, which was enough for Denis Betts' men to get the job done despite a second-half stutter.As a result, they climb off the bottom of the table and are replaced by Leigh, with a point between the two.The home side were well ahead in the energy battle and it showed in a high-octane 20 minutes where the Vikings laid down a marker.The shot in the arm came early after they welcomed back experienced trio Joe Mellor, Lloyd White and Chris Bridge, all players who ...