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Texas Rangers investigating after McKinney police shoot & kill man

McKINNEY, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) — Officers shot and killed a man in McKinney this afternoon after, police claim, he threatened his mother with an axe and tried to flee.McKinney police said that at about 4:00 p.m. on Friday, they responded to a call about a domestic disturbance in the 3100 block of Medical Center Dr. A woman called 911 and reported that her 30-year-old son had threatened her while holding an axe, but that she was able to get away safely.A spokesperson for the department claimed that after police arrived at the Magnolia Ranch apartment, they began chasing the man on foot "and at some point, shots were fired by the officer." The man was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.It was not clear what prompted the officer to shoot and kill the man. The Texas Rangers are investigating the shooting.
MCKINNEY, TX
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McKinney Officer Shoots, Kills Man During Domestic Call: Police

A man who had threatened his mother while holding an ax was shot dead by a McKinney police officer during a chase Friday afternoon, the department says. In a statement Friday evening, the McKinney Police Department said officers were called at about 4 p.m. Friday to a report of a domestic disturbance at the Magnolia Ranch Apartments, located on the 3100 block of Medical Center Drive in McKinney.
MCKINNEY, TX

The Carlos Rodon reason Mets can re-sign Jacob deGrom

The New York Mets may have emerged as the favorites to sign Jacob deGrom in free agency. The Texas Rangers and Atlanta Braves have reportedly been the Mets’ biggest threats in the deGrom sweepstakes. However, recent reports state that the Braves’ odds of landing the ace is unlikely. Meanwhile, the Rangers’ are reportedly pursuing Carlos […] The post The Carlos Rodon reason Mets can re-sign Jacob deGrom appeared first on ClutchPoints.
NEW YORK CITY, NY

McKinney officer fatally shoots suspect, police say

MCKINNEY, Texas — McKinney police say one of their officers fatally shot a suspect during a foot chase Friday afternoon. In a post on the McKinney Police Department's Facebook page, police stated officers were called about a domestic disturbance in the 3100 block of Medical Center Drive. A woman...
MCKINNEY, TX

ESPN must know something Braves fans don’t about Jacob deGrom

The Atlanta Braves don’t make much sense for Jacob deGrom at this juncture, yet ESPN still expects him to sign with the Mets rival. After Atlanta extended Charlie Morton, thus giving them a starting rotation four deep, it didn’t make much sense to make Jacob deGrom an offer upwards of $45 million+ per season. The Braves need to save that money for a shortstop, presumably, especially with Dansby Swanson in free agency.
ATLANTA, GA

Texas Rangers: Moore, Maddux additions keep momentum going

In the midst of what is expected to be a busy offseason for the Texas Rangers, the franchise keeps building their infrastructure to support what they hope will be a turnaround in the standings in 2023 and beyond. Texas Rangers make more hires in front office, coaching staff. The Texas...
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This rumor would be best-case scenario for Mets’ starting rotation

Despite bringing Carlos Carrasco back by exercising his team option for 2023, the Mets still have several spots to fill in their starting rotation. At the moment, the only two vets taking up residence are Carrasco and Max Scherzer. How else will New York fill it this winter? Will it...
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Morning Briefing: Bryce Harper Undergoes Tommy John Surgery

Jim Salisbury of NBC Sports reports that according to a person with knowledge of the situation, Bryce Harper had Tommy John surgery Wednesday and it went “very well.” He could be back hitting competitively by mid-May. The two-time NL MVP would obviously be a huge addition for the Phillies when he returns to play.
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Local Briefs: Grimm signs, McClung scores

Dominican teamVirginia High graduate Justin Grimm has signed with Tigres del Licey of the Dominican Professional Baseball Winter League. The veteran right-handed pitcher has spent eight seasons in the major leagues and has compiled a 20-23 record with four saves and a 5.10 ERA in stints with the Texas Rangers, Chicago Cubs, Kansas City Royals, Seattle Mariners, Milwaukee Brewers and Oakland Athletics.
KANSAS STATE
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MLB free agency: Jacob deGrom may return to the New York Mets

The New York Mets are still interested in re-signing deGrom, while the Texas Rangers appear to be their main rival at this point. Two-time Cy Young Award winner Jacob deGrom has not found a large market in MLB free agency. That could be because of his asking price and injury history.
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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AL Notes: Yankees Plan B; Aggressive Angels, Blue Jays Interested In Bellinger?

The blood pressure of New York Yankees fans is beginning to rise, as American League MVP and free agent outfielder Aaron Judge traveled to San Francisco this week to meet with the management and ownership of the Giants. The 30-year-old slugger is a native of Northern California and is being heavily wooed by the National League club after nearly winning the Triple Crown (.311, 62 HRs, 131 RBIs), but it is unclear whether the Giants have tabled an offer.
MINNESOTA STATE

5 Things Rangers Fans Should Be Thankful For

Happy Thanksgiving Rangers fans! Despite the past six seasons of losing baseball the Rangers and their fans have plenty of reasons for optimism and hopes for a bright future. Here are five things Rangers fans should be thankful for this holiday season. Corey Seager and Marcus Semien – Last winter...
ARLINGTON, TX

Boston Red Sox Address Team Need, Sign Free Agent Pitcher

The Boston Red Sox had an underwhelming season last year, finishing dead last in their division with a record of 78-84. This was one year after making it to the ALCS, only a couple of games away from the World Series. One of the biggest struggles for the Red Sox this past season was their bullpen. The bullpen last year for the Red Sox finished bottom-5 in all of baseball in ERA and WAR. Chief Baseball Officer for the Sox, Chaim Bloom, knows this year he needs to acquire relievers. Well, he has just made his first free-agent acquisition.
BOSTON, MA
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