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The Rays did all their damage in the second inning when they pounced for three runs on four hits. Following back-to-back singles to lead off the inning, right fielder Carlos Gomez laced an RBI double down the left-field line. Sabathia got a pop out and a strikeout to nearly escape the jam without further damage, but Matt Duffy punched a two-run single to right field to make it 3-0. Duffy was thrown out at second attempting to advance on a throw home.
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Sharp-eyed readers might call this hypocrisy after I predicted Mark Recchi Authentic Jersey that Luck would be the Colts’ MVP this season, but there is a distinction between being the most valuable producer on your team and a true superstar. Unfortunately, this is where the zero-sum nature of The Superstar Club hurts the most. The good news surrounding Luck is that he’s throwing at practice again. Trust the process! Still, this is a man who hasn’t competed in an NFL game of consequence in more than 18 months. For now, he has to go, though we do reserve the right to welcome him back (and provide him several complimentary drink vouchers) if he makes us look dumb.

There are a handful of teams in contention, per LeBrun:

The top contenders, I believe, are the Kings (who met with Kovalchuk on Friday), the Bruins, the Rangers and the Sharks (who met with him Monday). Then I think there’s a second group of teams including Detroit, St. Louis, Dallas and Anaheim. Now, other teams can still get involved, no question, but at this point, I think that’s your list, which is already pretty deep.

The Rangers have long Bruce Matthews Jersey been tied to Kovalchuk, who could eye a return to the New York City area. However, if winning is a key factor for Kovalchuk’s return, the Rangers may make the least sense in the short term. Going to the Sharks would mean reuniting with former Devils coach Peter DeBoer, who led Kovalchuk and New Jersey to the 2012 Stanley Cup Final.

The Boston Globe reported the Bruins are indeed interested in the forward, who could help them make a push as a Cup contender in 2018-19.