2-minute Drill: Pens Secure Big Win in Columbus

| February 27, 2019


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  • The Columbus Blue Jackets, by most accounts, won the NHL trade deadline with a flurry of high-profile acquisitions.
  • Major League Baseball is prepared to scuttle the implementation of a pitch clock until at least 2022 as part of a wide-ranging proposal to the MLB Players Association that would include the ability to implement a three-batter-minimum rule for pitchers and roster-size changes in 2020, sources familiar with the plan told ESPN.
  • There were mornings this winter that Felipe Vázquez did not want to get out of bed at 6 a.m. to work out. It was the offseason, after all, and Vazquez appreciates his sleep.
  • After conducting organizational meetings about free agency last week, Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert will take a break and do some longer-range planning when he brings the team’s front office, scouts and coaches to Indianapolis this week for the annual NFL Scouting Combine.
  • James Franklin and Penn State football recently tabbed Joe Lorig as special teams coordinator, but the hires won’t stop there according to the Penn State careers website.

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