Max Scherzer Headed For MRI After Early Exit

Max Scherzer Headed For MRI After Early Exit

Mets ace Max Scherzer pulled himself from last night’s game midway through a sixth-inning at-bat against Albert Pujols (video link). After throwing a 2-2 slider to Pujols, Scherzer immediately motioned to the dugout that he was done, calling for a trainer and promptly exiting the game. The Mets announced that Scherzer was dealing with discomfort … Read more

Stranger Things Season 4 Spoiled by Monopoly Game; Creators Angry at Netflix – The Hollywood Reporter

Stranger Things Season 4 Spoiled by Monopoly Game; Creators Angry at Netflix – The Hollywood Reporter

As if Netflix didn’t have enough worries lately: An effort to promote Stranger Things season four has been turned upside down. Images have leaked online from an official Monopoly game tie-in pegged to the long-awaited new season of the retro sci-fi hit. The images from the game’s cards — which first started circling last month … Read more

North Korea readying ICBM or nuclear test for Biden visit, says intelligence

North Korea readying ICBM or nuclear test for Biden visit, says intelligence

Placeholder while article actions load SEOUL — North Korea is preparing to conduct a nuclear test or a long-range ballistic missile test around the time of President Biden’s trip to the region this week, according to intelligence from Washington and Seoul. White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters Wednesday that the U.S. intelligence … Read more

Qatar World Cup – Women referees to feature for first time in men’s competition

Qatar World Cup - Women referees to feature for first time in men's competition

Stephanie Frappart officiated matches in the men’s Champions League and World Cup qualifying. Loic Venance/AFP via Getty Images Women referees will make World Cup history this year by working games at a major men’s tournament for the first time in Qatar. Three women referees and three women assistant referees were announced on Thursday by FIFA among … Read more

Mysterious hepatitis outbreak in kids reaches N.J.

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The outbreak of mysterious hepatitis cases in children has spread to New Jersey. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating four pediatric cases in the Garden State that could be linked to the acute liver disease, the state Department of Health announced Wednesday in a statement. The children under investigation range from under … Read more