Olympics opening field of competition to transgender athletes with updated policy

The Olympics are reportedly opening the field of competition to transgender athletes by adopting an updated policy that reflects standards already adopted by other sports organizations.
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MLB 2.0: Reimagining baseball — Move the Oakland A's to San Jose and the Tampa Bay Rays to Montreal

Oakland and Tampa Bay just aren’t cutting it as major league homes, explains Christina Kahrl, who offers up new cities for both franchises that would maximize revenue for baseball.
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MLB 2.0: Rethinking baseball — Move the Oakland A's to San Jose and the Tampa Bay Rays to Montreal

Oakland and Tampa Bay just aren’t cutting it as major league homes, explains Christina Kahrl, who offers up new cities for both franchises that would maximize revenue for baseball.
Source: MLB 2.0: Rethinking baseball — Move the Oakland A's to San Jose and the Tampa Bay Rays to Montreal

NL bold predictions

Having battled injuries over the last few years, Giancarlo Stanton has yet to show what kind of numbers he can put up in a full season. Christina Kahr…
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AL bold predictions

Christina Kahrl predicts Center fielder Byron Buxton is going to win the American League’s Rookie of the Year Award, edging out teammate Jose Berrios …
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Picks to click: Breakout hitters for 2016

As far as picks to click in 2016, we did the pitchers over the weekend, so now let’s take a look at the hitters. Much like the pitchers, last year’s h…
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10 candidates

When you think about breakout pitchers, former AL MVP Justin Verlander probably doesn’t come to mind. But ESPN’s Christina Kahrl explains why he’s No….
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Dodgers lean left with addition of southpaw Scott Kazmir

So the Los Angeles Dodgers finally did land a starting pitcher after all, and it seems like a reasonable catch: Scott Kazmir for three years, $48 mill…
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Southpaws everywhere

With the addition of Scott Kazmir, the Dodgers could enter the season with an all-lefty starting rotation, which Christina Kahrl says could work in 20…
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