2-minute Drill: Hurdle Likes Harrison’s Versatility

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  • Pirates manager Clint Hurdle said Josh Harrison is more comfortable at second base than at any time in his career, but he still likes to see him play multiple positions.
  • If William Gay is going to continue his streak of 176 consecutive regular-season games played, the most among active defensive players, he’ll do it for a team other than the Steelers.
  • In the middle of a stellar season, Penguins center Evgeni Malkin continues to pile up NHL honors.
  • The Clarion softball team continued its week in the Sunshine State on Monday, falling by a score of 14-3 to St. Cloud State and 16-1 to Bemidji State at the PFX Spring Games.
  • Major League Baseball has the oldest fan base among the four major sports, and the Baltimore Orioles want to do something to change that. The team announced Monday that it is starting a program called Kids Cheer Free in which parents can bring children age 9 and younger to games for free.

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