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The Kings are coming off a dominant win in NYC, but a scheduling quirk has them facing a formidable opponent after a big night of travel.
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Billy Butler was going to be the A's designated hitter on Wednesday, but he will not see the field against the Giants...
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The A's want to keep Coco Crisp healthy, and in an effort to accomplish that, they would like him to change positions...
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Buster Posey, Hunter Pence and Angel Pagan are three Giants players who did not play Tuesday, but will be in action on Wednesday...
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Darnell Docket is reportedly expected to make a decision Wednesday. Will he join the Red & Gold or return to the only team he's played for?
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Despite struggling on the road this season, the Kings demonstrated cohesion and adherence in a win over the Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
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In a self-labeled year of transition, several of the Sharks younger players have stepped up to play key roles to get San Jose back on track.
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Matt Nieto, who had just one goal in his previous 29 games, whizzed a wrist shot past Eddie Lack in the second, giving San Jose a 4-2 lead.
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George Karl decided to give Nik Stauskas more minutes and the rookie responded by tying his career-high 15 points in the Kings win over the Knicks.
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Chris Tierney and Melker Karlsson scored in the first and Matt Nieto had a three-point night to propel the Sharks to the 6-2 win over the Canucks.
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After playing with the 49ers from 2010 to 2012, free agent wide receiver Ted Ginn will reportedly meet with his former team on Wednesday.
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