Alex Bregman and the Astros have agreed to a 6-year, $100M extension.
Bregman is one of just four players in MLB history to hit each of their first 6 Postseason home runs off former All-Stars, along with Roger Maris, Duke Snider and Tino Martinez.
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The Nets trailed by 25 points entering the 4th quarter, but they outscored the Kings 45-18 the rest of the way to win 123-121. D'Angelo Russell had 27 points in the quarter.
Prior to tonight in the shot clock era, teams trailing by 25+ points through 3 quarters were 3-3,028. https://t.co/Czsw3u9wTw
Fairleigh Dickinson and Belmont opened the First Four with their first-ever NCAA Tournament wins.
Belmont joins Murray State on the Thursday slate, giving the OVC two representatives in the Round of 64 for the first time since 1987 (Austin Peay, Middle Tennessee). https://t.co/WpzFawG3my
Campbell's Chris Clemons made one last move up the all-time leaderboard in his final collegiate game.
With 32 points tonight, Clemons passed Lionel Simmons to finish with 3,225 career points, 3rd-most in Division I history. https://t.co/NBVmb6m9QS
Mike Trout and the Angels are finalizing the largest contract in professional sports history, a 12-year, $430M deal with a $35.8M average annual value.
Through his age-26 season, Trout is ahead of the all-time leaders' pace in home runs, hits, runs scored and walks. https://t.co/952MfEH1lO