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Choo’s Streak Survives Rangers Loss In Today’s Sports

 

Kylian Mbappe capped his debut World Cup by becoming the first teenager to score in the final since Pele in 1958 as France beat Croatia to become world champions for the second time. Mbappe, only 19, scored the fourth goal in France’s 4-2 victory in Moscow to take his tally for the tournament to four goals in seven games. He also produced some devastating bursts down the right flank for Didier Deschamps’ team to cause panic in the Croatia defense.
The Rangers finish their ten-game road trip with a 3-7 record. This after a 6-5 loss on Sunday in Baltimore. In the loss, Shin-Soo Choo reaches base for the 51st consecutive game. Texas goes into the All-Star break with a 41-56 record and 22 games out of first place in their division. Texas is off until Friday when they host Cleveland.

Michael Irvin agrees with the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s decision not to acknowledge Terrell Owens individually during enshrinement weekend in Canton, Ohio, “We can’t spend this moment for all these other guys talking about the guy that is not here,” the Hall of Fame wide receiver said Saturday at the National Fantasy Football Convention. “You cannot do that and take that away. He’s doing his own thing wherever he’s doing his own thing, and God bless him. And when they mention the class they’ll mention him, but why should you steal those other guys’ moment because of the decision of this one?

DeMarco Murray, a three-time Pro Bowl running back, has retired after seven seasons in the NFL. “It’s been a long time thinking, the last year or two, and physically, mentally and emotionally, I think it’s time for me to hang it up,” Murray said while making his announcement Friday on ESPN’s NFL Live. Murray, 30, was cut by the Tennessee Titans on March 8 after serving as the lead back for two seasons, including in 2016, when he was the AFC’s leading rusher with 1,287 yards.

Louisville president Neeli Bendapudi announced Friday the school will strip the Papa John’s name from its football stadium, renaming it Cardinal Stadium. John Schnatter, the pizza chain founder, admitted earlier last week that he used the N-word during an internal conference call. Since then, the fallout has been swift: Schnatter resigned from the school’s board of trustees and as Papa John’s chairman. Not only will the Papa John’s name come off the football stadium, Bendapudi also said the school would take Schatter’s name off the Center for Free Enterprise inside the business school. The changes are effective immediately.