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NASCAR Saturday Schedule at Darlington Raceway



NASCAR Cup and Xfinity Series racers will take to Darlington Raceway on Saturday, while Throwback Weekend continues at NASCAR’s oldest superspeed circuit.

The 200 mile race is scheduled for the Xfinity Series at 13:30. Austin Hill, John Hunter Nemechek another Chandler Smith takes first-two-three places in Xfinity points after 10 races. Hill won three times.

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Cup training and qualifications are scheduled from 10:35 to 12:30.

V Weather Metro the forecast calls for morning sunshine followed by an increase in clouds in the afternoon with a maximum of 87 degrees.

Take a look at Darlington’s Saturday schedule:

Saturday, May 13

(All time Eastern)

open garage

  • 8:30 – 13:30 – Cup series

  • 10:30 – Xfinity series

Activity Tracking

  • 10:35 – 11:20 – Cup training (FS1, Motor Racing Network)

  • 11:20 – 12:30 – Cup qualification (FS1, MRN)

  • 1:30 p.m. Xfinity Series Race (147 laps, 200.8 miles; Fox, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio)

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Dan Snyder and Josh Harris reach agreement to sell Washington Commanders



Washington Commanders is one step closer to new owners.

On Friday afternoon, the organization and a group of potential buyers, led by Josh Harris, announced a sale agreement. The potential new ownership group is led by Harris, owner and founder of Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment (HBSE), which currently owns and operates two other professional sports franchises: New Jersey DevilsAnd Philadelphia 76ers.

Other members of the new potential owner group are Mitch Rales, David Blitzer and Magic Johnson.

Interested parties released joint statement on Friday.

“On behalf of our entire ownership group, including Mitch Rales, my longtime sports business partner David Blitzer and Ervin Magic Johnson, I want to express how excited we are that the NFL considers us the next owners of the Washington Commanders and how committed we are to providing this city with and his fans a championship-level franchise,” Harris said.

“Growing up in Chevy Chase, I’ve experienced first hand the excitement around the team, including its three Super Bowl wins and years of winning culture,” he added. “We look forward to the official approval of our NFL ownership in the coming months and the opportunity to serve as responsible and accountable stewards of the Commanders franchise going forward.”

Current co-owners Dan and Tanya Snyder said the following:

“We are thrilled to have reached an agreement to sell the Commanders franchise with Josh Harris, a local native, and his impressive group of partners. We look forward to completing this transaction as soon as possible and will support Josh and the team in the coming years.”

Dan Snyder bought the franchise in 1999 for $800 million. The reported price of commanders is $6.05 billion, record. This exceeds the previous record of $4.65 billion set by the Rob Walton Group. Denver Broncos a year ago.

The deal must be approved by a vote of the current owners of the league, 24 votes are required for approval. spring league appointment at the end of the month.

According to an update from Jan Rapoport from NFL network owners will receive an update on the potential sale at the May meeting late Friday afternoon. If the sale is not ready for a final vote, the owners will meet later:

Snyder maintained for a long time that he would not sell the team, but ongoing investigations by both the league and Congress into the working environment within the organization led him to sell the franchise. A congressional investigation found that Snyder was responsible for creating a toxic work environment, and many investigations into the work environment of commanders and litigation against season ticket holders led some owners, most notably Jim Irsay, to suggest it. maybe it’s time to take out snyder.

Following this offer by Irsay, it was announced that the Sniders were looking into a possible sale of the Commanders.

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Twins’ Carlos Correa’s fight continues, hear it from home audience: “I’d boo myself too”



The Minnesota Twins have committed $200 million to short stop Carlos Correa during the off-season, most of the franchise has ever been dedicated to a single player.

And Correa is not playing like a $200 million player.

Carlos Correa of ​​the Minnesota Twins against the Kansas City Royals on April 30, 2023 at Target Field in Minneapolis. (Brace Hemmelgarn/Minnesota Twins/Getty Images)

Through 36 games 2023 MLB seasonCorrea hits an anemic .185 at the plate and the Minnesota fans express their displeasure.


Correa went 5-0 on Tuesday leaving six runners on base as the Twins lost San Diego Padresand Gemini fans booed their star after his last two bats.

“I would also boo myself with the amount of money I make if I play like that,” said Correa.

“Obviously, (whistles) are acceptable. It’s part of the game, part of the sport,” Correa said. “Fans want production, and fans want the team to compete and win games. This is to be expected when you play poorly. But at the same time, the work does not stop. I will keep working and keep focusing on the things I can control and the results will come.”

Carlos Correa watching

Carlos Correa of ​​the Minnesota Twins watches the White Sox play at Guaranteed Rate Field in October. September 5, 2022 in Chicago. (Michael Reeves/Getty Images)

Correa returned to Minnesota during the off-season after a strange few months when the two-time All-Star reportedly agreed to terms. San Francisco Giants and the New York Mets before both deals fell apart.


Both the Giants and the Mets had physical problems, which focused on his 2014 surgically repaired leg.

Despite Correa not playing in the table, Minnesota managed to start 19-17, which is good for the top spot in the table. Central American League.

Carlos Correa reacts after being hit

Carlos Correa of ​​the Minnesota Twins reacts to a hit against the San Diego Padres at Target Field on May 9, 2023 in Minneapolis. (David Birding/Getty Images)


“Carlos has great prospects,” manager Rocco Baldelli said, according to “He knows it. He understands it. Adding stress to a situation never works. Adding ideas to the situation and adding patience for yourself and some ways to really calm down probably work better than anything else.”

Correa wants to make $32 million in the 2023 MLB season.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Report: Foster Moreau strikes new NFL deal after positive cancer outlook update



Tight end of the former raiders Foster Moreauwho was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in March plans to play for The Saints in 2023, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Jeremy Fowler.

Moro’s diagnosis was discovered during a routine physical after signing an earlier contract with New Orleans, and he initially planned to retire from football. However, doctors informed him that he had a good chance of making a full recovery, and as a result, he planned to play football next season. According to Shefter and Fowler, Saints and Moreau signed a three-year, $12 million contract that includes $8 million guaranteed and another $3 million in incentives.

The 25-year-old played college football at LSU and was drafted by the Raiders in the fourth round in 2019. He spent his first four seasons with the franchise, where he caught 91 passes for 1,107 yards and 12 touchdowns. He ends the 22nd season in which he set records for receptions (33) and yards (420).

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