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Tri-Cities Fever RB Flemming Announces Retirement

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The Tri-Cities Fever announced the retirement of running back Keithon Flemming on Tuesday. More>>

Tri-Cities Fever Sign Two Receivers for 2015 Season

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The Tri-Cities Fever announced Monday the signing of two wide receivers for the 2015 season, Michael Edwards (5’11”, 200 lbs.) from UTEP, and Harry Peoples (6’0”, 185 lbs.) who played last year as a rookie for the Fever. More>>

Tri-Cities Fever add 5 New Players to Roster; Re-sign 2 Veterans

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The Tri-Cities Fever announced Thursday the signings of five new players, and the re-signing of two Fever veterans. More>>

Tri-Cities Fever Sign 5 More Players

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The Tri-Cities Fever announced Tuesday the signings of four new players, including two offensive linemen and two defensive linemen.  They also re-signed WR Dejuan Miller. More>>

Tri-Cities Fever Sign Former Steeler WR to Roster

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The Tri-Cities Fever announced Thursday that the team has signed wide receiver J.D. Woods (6’0”, 203 lbs.) from West Virginia for the 2015 season.  More>>

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  • Whitworth Whips Poets In Whittier Heat

    Whitworth Whips Poets In Whittier Heat

    Visiting Whitworth jumped to a 23-0 lead in the second quarter then held on to defeat Whittier 30-17 in the scorching heat at Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon.The Pirates improved to 2-0 under conditions that cleared 100 degrees on the field, while the Poets fell to 0-1.More >>
    Visiting Whitworth jumped to a 23-0 lead in the second quarter then held on to defeat Whittier 30-17 in the scorching heat at Memorial Stadium on Saturday afternoon.The Pirates improved to 2-0 under conditions that cleared 100 degrees on the field, while the Poets fell to 0-1.More >>
  • Washington's WHL Teams Under Child Labor Investigation

    Washington's WHL Teams Under Child Labor Investigation

    Washington's Department of Labor and Industries is investigating the four Western Hockey League teams who call the evergreen state home. Spokesman for the Washington Department of LI, Matt Elrich, stated a 2013 complaint to the department pointed out how much money the players made in relation to the time they worked and that the allegation hinted it might be below the state's minimum wage.More >>
    Washington's Department of Labor and Industries is investigating the four Western Hockey League teams who call the evergreen state home for possible child labor law infractions.More >>
  • Stanton Tweets That He's 'Much Better' After Taking Fastball to the Face

    Stanton Tweets That He's 'Much Better' After Taking Fastball to the Face

    MIAMI - Giancarlo Stanton of the Miami Marlins says he's feeling "much better," one day after sustaining facial fractures and other injuries when he was struck in the face by a fastball. More >>
    MIAMI - Giancarlo Stanton of the Miami Marlins says he's feeling "much better," one day after sustaining facial fractures and other injuries when he was struck in the face by a fastball. Stanton took to Twitter on Friday, saying "I'm much better today deeply appreciate your prayers!"More >>
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