Bike balance the key for Smrz Millsport Ducati’s Jakub Smrz is confident he will be back to full fitness in the coming days after a back problem at Oulton Park slowed the Czech rider. His team are working on the Panigale’s balance in order to increase corner-exit grip for the ... 05/20/2014 - 1:00 pm | View Link
WSB Miller Superpole – Smrz backs up qualifying pace with impressive Superpole win Last year Smrz secured second position in the opening race at Miller and will be looking to capitalise on his pole position this year and fight for the race win tomorrow. He said: “I’m happy, We’ve been doing a great job throughout all the sessions ... 05/27/2012 - 4:03 pm | View Link
SBK Miller: Smrz Springs Superpole Surprise Perennial pole man Tom Sykes set the pace early in the third session but his 1:48.062 was a tenth shy of the mark set by Checa in SP2 and the Spaniard immediately demonstrated the standard required with a 1:47.810. That seemed to be that as the track ... 05/27/2012 - 3:43 pm | View Link
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Peterson’s agency, Relativity Sports, released a statement from the Minnesota running back Friday, expressing “gratitude for all of the support” from fans, the NFL Players Association, union lawyer Jeffrey Kessler and his agents.
U. S. District Judge David Doty ruled Thursday that the arbitrator erred in denying Peterson’s appeal of his suspension under the NFL’s personal conduct policy.
The Arizona Cardinals released defensive tackle Darnell Dockett, allowing the three-time Pro Bowl lineman to test the free-agency market.
The Chicago Bears agreed to a one-year contract extension through 2015 with tight end Zach Miller.
The Atlanta Falcons released wide receiver Harry Douglas, starting offensive guard Justin Blalock and defensive end Jonathan Massaquoi.
Washington released defensive end Stephen Bowen and defensive lineman Barry Cofield, both of whom spent the last four years with the team.
The Ravens released defensive end Chris Canty after two seasons in Baltimore.
Top-seeded Novak Djokovic will face defending champion Roger Federer in the final of the Dubai Championships after a three-set win over Tomas Berdych, 6-0, 5-7, 6-4.
Oscar Diaz, a former welterweight boxing contender whose career ended when he sustained a debilitating brain injury in a fight nearly seven years ago, died at 32 in San Antonio.
The speed-up orders apply to pitchers, as well, with everyone due to pay fines for excessive dawdling.
 the central issue will be hitters required to keep one foot in the batter’s box most of the time — and that’s disturbing news to Ortiz and anyone else who turns every at-bat into self-obsessed tedium.
According to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, the first offense will trigger a warning, with the next four resulting in a “progressive fine.”
If he’s up there making a big stink every at-bat, he’ll assume a villainous role not likely to be emulated by his fellow players.
For many of them, I’d imagine, spring training’s “get ready for the season” just took on new meaning.
Josh Hamilton’s latest crisis calls to mind the final day of the 2012 season, A’s hosting Texas with the division title on the line.
Hamilton had put up tremendous numbers that season (43 homers, 128 RBIs) but endured lengthy stretches in which his game, health and energy seemed in decay.
Amid mutual distrust, Hamilton said farewell to the Rangers that winter, signed with the Angels, and he’s never really been the same.
Currently teaching baseball to kids in his native New Orleans, the 62-year-old Washington has found he can’t get back into the major leagues.
“Blackballed” is a strong word, but it’s widely assumed that in admitting to cocaine use (2010) and then marital infidelity (in September, not long after he abruptly resigned), he’s considered a public-relations risk.
A nightmare the A’s are trying to shake, as manager Bob Melvin makes a point of his pitchers and catchers preventing the stolen base: bottom of the eighth inning of last year’s wild-card playoff in Kansas City, Derek Norris catching in place of the injured Geovany Soto.