ALCS Schedule 2017: Game Times, Odds, Live-Stream Coverage and More

Momentum meant nothing to the New York Yankees when they returned home to the Bronx after losing the first two games of the American League Championship Series.

They solved their offensive woes and won three straight games to take command of the ALCS and put the Houston Astros on the brink of elimination.

The Astros would like to pay the Yankees back in kind as they return to Minute Maid Park for Game 6. If they can win that game with power pitcher Justin Verlander on the mound, they will force a seventh and decisive game.

Game 6 is scheduled for Friday at 8 p.m. ET, and the game will be televised by FS1. The game can be live-streamed at MLB.TV.

Luis Severino was the Yankees’ best pitcher during the regular season, and he will get the start for this potential clinching game. 

The Astros are minus-134 favorites in Game 6, while the Yankees are plus-124 underdogs, at the time of writing, per OddsShark.

Severino pitched four innings in Game 2 before he was removed from the game. The Yankees had concerns about his shoulder because Severino was windmilling his arm in his final inning of that appearance, and those concerns were answered in a bullpen session prior to Wednesday’s fifth game.

The pitcher had said that there was no problem with his arm, and his throwing session went well. 

“From the beginning, I said there was no problem and that I didnt feel anything,” Severino said, per Dan Martin and Ken Davidoff of the New York Post. “I threw today and felt 100 percent.”

Verlander appeared to be at the top of his game when he pitched the Astros to a 2-0 lead in the series by throwing a complete game Sunday. Verlander struck out 13, walked one and gave up five hits. He was in charge from start to finish, and he may have to be just as good or better if the Astros are going to force a seventh game.

When the Yankees were in Houston, they were not hitting well and their offense was limping along. Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez broke out of slumps at Yankee Stadium, and they have helped turn the series in the Yankees’ favor.

Sanchez drove in the winning runs in Game 4 with a line drive double to right-center field, and he belted his third home run of the playoffs and added a single in Game 5.

“The key is simple: Do not swing at bad pitches,” Sanchez said through a translator to Zach Braziller of the New York Post. “The first two at-bats, I struck out, and they were bad pitches. I told myself, ‘Hey, stop doing that, look for good pitches to hit, make sure you get good contact.’

“If you stop swinging at bad pitches, make sure you swing at good pitches, good things are going to happen.”

If Game 7 is necessary, it will be played Saturday, Oct. 21 in Houston at 8 p.m. ET.

                

Prediction

The Yankees could not find their offense in the first two games of the series and found themselves in an 0-2 hole when they came home to Yankee Stadium.

While the Astros were hopeful of making the ALCS a short series and clinching the pennant in New York, that did not happen. The Yankees started to hit the ball and the Astros have lost their offense. They were held to one run in a 2-1 Game 3 loss and were blanked 5-0 in Game 5.

They had a 4-0 lead in Game 4, but they could not hold that lead as the Yankees rallied for a 6-4 victory.

The Astros have to figure out Severino and find their offense quickly, and Verlander must continue to throw in lights-out fashion.

Look for the Astros to play with the same desperation at Minute Maid Park that their opponents demonstrated at Yankee Stadium.

The Astros will win and force a Game 7.

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USA vs. England: 2017 U17 World Cup Live Stream, Schedule and Prediction

England take on the USA in the quarter-finals of the FIFA 2017 Under-17 World Cup in Goa, India, on Saturday. 

Steve Cooper’s side booked their spot in the last eight by beating Japan on penalties, with Crystal Palace midfielder Nya Kirby netting the decisive spot-kick in Kolkata.

The USA found it easier going in the round of 16, seeing off Paraguay 5-0, with Tim Weah grabbing a hat-trick.

The winner of Saturday’s clash will face either Germany or Brazil in the semi-final.

Read on for the details of Saturday’s match, followed by a preview and prediction.

                 

Date: Saturday, October 21

Time: 3:30 p.m. BST, 10:30 a.m. ET

Live Stream: Fox Soccer Match Pass, Telemundo, fuboTV (U.S)

                 

Preview

England’s youth teams have enjoyed a superb year, with the under-19 team winning the UEFA European Championship in July and the under-20s triumphing at the World Cup in South Korea in June.

The under-17 team were beaten in the final of the UEFA European Championship by Spain on penalties but will hope they can go one better in India.

Cooper’s side eased through the group stages with three wins, and Jadon Sancho played a key role, as noted by Squawka:

 

However, the 17-year-old has now been recalled by club side Borussia Dortmund, and he was missed against Japan as England were held to a goalless draw, before prevailing 5-4 on penalties.

In his absence England may look again to Liverpool youngster Rhian Brewster who can provide both goals and assists.

Football writer Jack Lusby also noted how Brewster has already made up for his missed penalty against Spain in the summer with a successful kick against Japan:

The U.S., meanwhile, are showing they have a bright future after the senior team failed to qualify for the FIFA 2018 World Cup in Russia.

The team have won three out of their four games in India and have impressed Goal’s Ives Galarcep:

Weah, son of Liberian and AC Milan legend George, will be full of confidence after hitting a hat-trick last time out. He also scored the goal of the tournament, per Joe Prince-Wright at NBC Sports:

England go into the game having proved their resilience. They are yet to lose, have conceded just two goals and the shootout win over Japan may have given them the belief they need to go all the way.

The US are coming off the back of a strong result and will pose questions, but England have already proved their quality at the Euros, and that final defeat may spur them onto greater things in India.

Prediction: USA 1-2 England

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Arsenal Transfer News: Dortmund Respond to Marco Reus Transfer Rumours

Borussia Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc has dismissed speculation reported Arsenal transfer target Marco Reus will be leaving the club anytime soon.

The Germany international has been linked with a Premier League switch in the past, and speculation surfaced once again earlier this month. Transfer Market Web (h/t Daily ExpressJack Otway) reported that the Gunners had marked Reus as a possible replacement for Alexis Sanchez, citing a £35 million fee.

Reus also recently told GQ (h/t Goal’s Joe Wright) he’s thinking about leaving BVB next year, sparking a fresh round of rumours, but Zorc has now told Kicker (via Wright) he believes his career will play out at the Signal Iduna Park: “We see Marco with us in the long run.”

The 28-year-old has long held the reputation as one of the world’s most exciting attacking players, but a mountain of injuries has robbed Reus of plenty of playing time. He’s yet to feature this season after suffering a knee injury in the DFB-Pokal final last season and isn’t expected to return until 2018.

2016/17 was a campaign filled with ups and downs for Reus, who scored seven goals in 16 Bundesliga starts. Here’s a look at some of his highlights:

Dortmund have added enough attacking talent to deal with Reus‘ frequent spells on the sidelines and have flashed all of their potential going forward this season. The club could sell their longtime forward without many worries, giving the club plenty of leverage in potential contract talks.

Sports writer Lars Pollmann called on the team to take his salary demands into account on any potential new contract:

When healthy, Reus is an elite talent, but one has to take his frequent injuries into account when assessing the player. He can’t be counted on to go through an entire season without suffering knocks, and the many issues have resulted in a loss of some of his athleticism.

Reus showed last year he has the vision and feel for the game to be effective around the box. Given his particular skill set, his best position moving forward may be that of an attacking midfielder, where he has to rely less on pace.

It’s difficult to see Reus in any shirt other than that of BVB after years of loyal service to the club, but he may be in need of a fresh start. The choice will ultimately be up to the player himself―he may not have plenty of opportunities to move abroad left.

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DeAndre Bembry out Indefinitely After Wrist Injury Diagnosed as Fracture

Atlanta Hawks forward DeAndre’ Bembry will be out of action after suffering a fractured wrist. 

Per Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press, the Hawks announced Bembry’s injury and said they were “unsure” how long he would be out.

In his second season out of Saint Joseph’s, Bembry was expected to play a bigger role in the Hawks’ plans in 2017-18 as they begin a rebuild. He played 18 minutes in the season opener against the Dallas Mavericks, scoring six points and grabbing six rebounds. 

“My goal next season is to play more minutes,” Bembry told Hoopshype. “I just want to get out there. I feel like that’s all I really need—a chance to get out there—and then I’ll be able to show what I can do. I know I need to be ready so I can make an impact when my name is called.”

Bembry previously dealt with a triceps strain that kept him out of preseason practices and games. Taurean Prince will see more extended minutes with Bembry out of the lineup again. 


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Patrick Beverley Yells ‘Weak Ass Motherf–Ker’ After Win vs. Lonzo Ball, Lakers

Los Angeles Clippers point guard Patrick Beverley had an extremely NSFW reaction to his team’s 108-92 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday night.

According to The Undefeated’s Marc J. Spears, Beverley appeared to direct his emotion toward Lakers rookie point guard Lonzo Ball, saying, “Weak ass motherf–ker. Bring him out on the court with me and I will tear his ass up.”

Beverley declined to repeat what he said, per ESPN.com’s Arash Markazi (Warning: linked tweet contains NSFW language):

Markazi also shared Beverley’s comments about Ball from the locker room:

Beverley made it clear back in September he was taking Thursday’s game seriously. He responded to a tweet by NBA on TNT that included comments from LaVar Ball about Stephen Curry not wanting to guard Lonzo:

Beverley sent a message to Ball in the first quarter when he bodied him to the floor for a personal foul:

The six-year veteran is considered a dogged defender on the perimeter, and he demonstrated why against the Lakers. He limited Ball to three points on 1-of-6 shooting. The No. 2 overall pick also had four assists and two turnovers.

The Lakers and Clippers are set to meet again Nov. 27 and have three more head-to-head matchups over the rest of the season. Based on his comments Thursday night, Beverley likely has those games already circled on his calendar.

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Dan Quinn Says Falcons Can’t Think About Super Bowl 51 Loss in Patriots Rematch

While the majority of football fans and media are viewing Sunday’s showdown between the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots as a rematch of Super Bowl LI, Falcons head coach Dan Quinn wants to focus on the present. 

“Well, for sure, we talked about it,” he said Wednesday, per ESPN.com. “The biggest thing to say was you don’t get to replay games, and you don’t get to go replay the Super Bowl. We lost last week, and you don’t get to go replay the Miami game.”

Despite Quinn’s comments, Falcons fans have likely replayed the Super Bowl in their head plenty since their team blew a 28-3 lead and lost 34-38 in overtime.

However, the coach stressed “We don’t want to go in the rematch world because we’ve learned our lessons and you don’t get to apply them until you’re back in them again. If we keep looking back in the rear-view (mirror), we’re not going to be where we want to be.”

The Falcons’ concerns extend beyond facing the Patriots considering they are coming off two straight losses to the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins in a stretch of four consecutive games against AFC East opponents.

Atlanta is now looking up at the 4-2 Carolina Panthers and tied with the 3-2 New Orleans Saints in the NFC South and looking for some momentum before the stretch run of the season.

As for the Patriots, they are 4-2 and in first place in the AFC East. However, Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan and wide receiver Julio Jones should have the opportunity to attack their defense, which ranks dead last in the league against the pass (324.8 yards per game).

Much of the criticism for Atlanta after the Super Bowl loss centered on the fact it didn’t run the ball enough after establishing a commanding lead, but it is likely better suited keeping the ball in the air again in the rematch given New England’s defensive struggles.

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World Series 2017: TV Schedule and Bold Predictions for Final Round

The end is in sight, and the 10 teams that started the MLB postseason will soon be whittled down to two.

The Dodgers earned the National League title Thursday night and whipped the reigning World Series champion Chicago Cubs in five games, and the Yankees will be able to meet their ancient rivals in the World Series if they can close out the Houston Astros Friday or Saturday.

The Dodgers have had one of the most memorable seasons in recent memory. For three-quarters of the campaign, they were on a pace that could have seen them win 110 games or more. They were the best team in the National League by a wide margin, but then they hit a bit of a hiccup in late August.

Well, a big hiccup. This magnificent team lost 16 of 17 games in a span that bridged August and September, and the Dodgers were falling to earth like a skydiver whose parachute failed to open. The streak ended during the last 10 games of the season—8-2 over that span—but Los Angeles limped into the playoffs.

Their division series against the Arizona Diamondbacks looked like a major problem. The Diamondbacks had swept the Dodgers twice during that losing spell, and the combination of Paul Goldschmidt and J.D. Martinez looked ready to torch Dodger pitching.

But the magic that had shown up during the early part of the regular season returned. The Dodgers swept the Snakes out of the playoffs and needed just one above the minimum to get rid of Chicago. They closed out the Cubs with a convincing 11-1 victory as Enrique Hernandez belted three home runs.

Now they wait for the Yankees and the Astros to finish their battle on the American League side of the equation. 

The Yankees are supremely confident, coming from an 0-2 deficit to take a 3-2 lead in the series by sweeping three games at Yankee Stadium. This comes on the heels of ousting the Cleveland Indians in the AL Division Series, rallying from 0-2 to win the five-game series.

The Yankees’ bats are getting the job done, as they outscored the Astros 19-5 in the three games at Yankee Stadium. 

Rookie slugger Aaron Judge belted two homers and two doubles in the three games at Yankee Stadium. “I’m just trying to get productive hits with runners on base,” Judge said, per Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com. “That’s the biggest thing this postseason. It doesn’t matter how you do it as long as you’re scoring runs.”

It has been something of a reversal of fortune because the Yankees were not hitting in the two games in Houston, both 2-1 Astros victories. The Astros were hitting the ball extremely well in the ALDS against the Red Sox, but once they dusted off Boston in four games, the Astros’ bats have cooled down considerably. 

While the Yankees have to face Justin Verlander in Game 6, we think they will ultimately prevail—in six or seven games—and win the American League pennant. They will meet the Dodgers (Brooklyn years included) for the 12th time in World Series history, and the Yankees hold an 8-3 edge.

Here’s the schedule for the potential New York-Los Angeles World Series, per MLB.com:

Tuesday, October 24
Game 1, New York at Los Angeles, Time TBD, Fox

Wednesday, October 25
Game 2, New York at Los Angeles, Time TBD, Fox

Friday, October 27
Game 3, Los Angeles at New York, Time TBD, Fox

Saturday, October 28
Game 4, Los Angeles at New York, Time TBD, Fox

Sunday, October 29
Game 5, Los Angeles at New York, Time TBD, Fox, if necessary

Tuesday, October 31
Game 6, New York at Los Angeles, Time TBD, Fox, if necessary

Wednesday, November 1
Game 7, New York at Los Angeles, Time TBD, Fox, if necessary

        

Prediction

The Dodgers have been the best team in baseball for the majority of the year, although many observers thought the Cleveland Indians were better by the end of the season.

The Yankees have already beaten the Indians, and if our vision holds up, they will have taken down the Astros by winning the final four games of that series or four of the final five games.

That’s what championship teams do. They look their opponent right in the eye, take their best shot, and come back harder.

We see this series as similar to the ones that the Yankees have already played. The Dodgers are likely to strike the early blows by winning the first two games at home, but the Yankees will come back to the Bronx and take charge.

The Yankees may not be the better team, but we see them as more resilient, and the Yankees will win in seven games and celebrate in Los Angeles.

In the event that the Astros win the last two games of the AL Championship Series and get to the World Series, Houston will also be successful in a six-game World Series.

American League teams are simply better and face tougher competition on a year in, year out basis. The American League has had the edge in the last 13 years of interleague competition, and that will be proved again in the World Series.

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Mike Mitchell Reportedly Fined $57,735 for Hits on Charcandrick West, Alex Smith

Pittsburgh Steelers defensive back Mike Mitchell is reportedly appealing a $48,620 fine from the NFL for a late hit on Kansas City Chiefs running back Charcandrick West during Sunday’s Week 6 road game at Arrowhead Stadium, Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reported Friday. The league also fined Mitchell $9,115 for hitting Alex Smith later in the game, per Florio. 

On Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN passed along word of the punishment and noted Mitchell, who received a 15-yard penalty on the play, has been fined twice before for unnecessary roughness. 

“I felt like it was extremely late,” Smith told reporters Tuesday. “I felt there was nothing done there to avoid contact. It was really low from the backside. I thought it was about as flagrant as it gets when it comes to a low hit on the quarterback.”

He added: “I don’t think this is a first offense, either. I think when you start looking at … repeat offenders, I think when they get shots at quarterbacks, they’re going to take them.”

Meanwhile, Mitchell stressed afterward the low hit near the back of Smith’s knee after he threw a pass was not an intent to injure the Chiefs quarterback.

“I’m not a dirty player, I’m not out here trying to take his legs out,” he said. “It’s just one of those things you don’t want to see in a football game. So unfortunate that it happened because it ended up flipping momentum on the field in a significant way. We were in dominant control of that football game, and really before that.”

Last December, he told Jonathan Jones of Sports Illustrated he didn’t worry about his reputation earning him the nickname “Hitman.”

“I don’t really care. I don’t. I don’t. I don’t at all,” Mitchell said. “I don’t want to spend too much time thinking about stuff that doesn’t matter.”

Mitchell and the Steelers went on to score a 19-13 victory Sunday, handing Smith and the Chiefs their first loss of the 2017 NFL season.


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Aaron Rodgers Thanks Fans After Successful Surgery on Collarbone Injury

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers shared a photo on Instagram on Thursday after he underwent surgery to repair his collarbone.

In the caption for the photo, Rodgers said the procedure went well and thanked Packers fans “for all the love, support, thoughts and prayers”:

This is the second time Rodgers has suffered the injury. He missed seven games in 2013 when he fractured the collarbone in his left shoulder. It’s the right shoulder this time after he landed on it following a hit by Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr in last Sunday’s 23-10 defeat.

The Packers announced after the game Rodgers could miss the remainder of the 2017 season.

Brett Hundley will take over as Green Bay’s starting quarterback. The third-year passer went 18-of-33 for 157 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions against Minnesota, and he attempted 10 passes in the NFL prior to this year.

Hundley spoke frankly about replacing Rodgers

I’ve been doing this my whole life,” he said, per ESPN.com’s Rob Demovsky. “Aaron’s a Hall of Famer, and I want to be a Hall of Famer one day. I will lead this team. We’re all going to have fun, we’re all going to go out there and play football. It’s still football at the end of the day, and our goals are still in front of us.”

Hundley could exceed expectations. Matt Cassel was an afterthought before he led the New England Patriots to an 11-5 record in 2008 after Tom Brady was lost for the year in Week 1.

But many Packers fans will hope Rodgers can make a speedy recovery and salvage the Packers’ playoff hopes.

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Kylian Mbappe’s Agent Says Striker Wanted to Join Barcelona Last Summer

Kylian Mbappe’s agent has said his client wanted to join Barcelona in the summer before securing a lucrative loan switch from AS Monaco to Ligue 1 rivals Paris Saint-Germain.

Speaking to Spanish source El Partidazo of Cope (h/t Marca, via ESPN.co.uk’s Sam Marsden), Josep Maria Minguella revealed:

“Mbappe said he only wanted to sign for Barcelona when he learned that Neymar was going to go to PSG.

“Barca could have had him for €120m plus €30m in variables. I spoke to his father and he only wanted to join Barca—he would have loved to play with [Lionel] Messi.

“It was very difficult to get through to [Barca president Josep Maria] Bartomeu, but I told him that Neymar was done [to PSG] and that he should sign Mbappe.”

Marsden noted how Minguella also said Barca decided against pursuing Mbappe in favour of signing his fellow France international Ousmane Dembele from Borussia Dortmund.

With Dembele out for up to four months with a thigh injury and Mbappe thriving for Les Parisiens, Barca’s decision begins to look more than a little curious. Mbappe has made a stunning start to life with PSG, scoring six goals and providing five assists across all competitions, per WhoScored.com.

Mbappe has thrived at PSG because of how quickly he has established a rapport with fellow strikers Edinson Cavani and former Barca ace Neymar Jr.

This dynamic trio is proving prolific, both domestically and in Europe, per OptaJean:

The strongest proof that Mbappe’s star is on the rise comes from his goalscoring exploits in the UEFA Champions League, where the 18-year-old attacker has already made history, per the tournament’s official Twitter account:

One more interesting nugget from Mingeulla’s interview involves the agent revealing how Barcelona’s bitter La Liga rivals Real Madrid also showed an interest in Mbappe, per Marsden: “Minguella said that was not an option because Los Blancos were not prepared to sell Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale or Karim Benzema.”

Real’s reluctance to sign Mbappe presented the Blaugrana with the perfect chance to snap up Europe’s brightest young star ahead of their old enemy. A Barca forward line of Mbappe, Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez would have surely given the Camp Nou club a better chance of supplanting Real after missing out to Los Merengues in both La Liga and the Champions League last season.

Instead, PSG are the beneficiaries of Spain’s top two clubs deciding Mbappe wasn’t worth the investment in the summer.

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