2-minute Drill: Pirates’ Marte Wins Another Gold Glove

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  • Starling Marte’s star-turn season ended with a familiar piece of hardware. Marte received his second straight Rawlings Gold Glove Award on Tuesday night, once again recognized as the National League’s top defensive left fielder.
  • Conor Sheary scored his second goal of the game in the waning moments of the third period as the Penguins weathered an impressive early flurry from the speedy Oilers to come away with a dramatic 4-3 victory at PPG Paints Arena.
  • It was fitting on election day that Steelers coach Mike Tomlin defended his conservative offensive approach against the Baltimore Ravens, then admitted maybe a liberal tack is needed in getting help for frustrated wide receiver Antonio Brown.
  • Video machines turn, and lights burn at Pitt’s training facility well into the night. Coaches and some players eat cold food from styrofoam boxes while searching for any clue that will help defeat third-ranked Clemson on Saturday.
  • After 15 years of working to get a stadium built here, the Chargers finally found out from San Diego city voters if they want to build a new stadium that keeps the team in town.

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