Mazzeo: Yankees manager Aaron Boone shows he has his team’s back with fiery tirade that leads to ejection

CLEVELAND – It doesn’t happen often, but when Aaron Boone gets run, he always gets his money’s worth.

For the second time in his first season as manager of the Yankees, the typically mild-mannered Boone was ejected over what he thought was a missed call, and then let the umpires have it in an expletive-filled…

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Yankees and Aaron Boone can see the difference in Greg Bird

BALTIMORE — Greg Bird on Friday played just his fifth game for the Yankees since coming back from his second ankle procedure in less than a year, but Aaron Boone has already seen an improvement from how the first baseman looked during the spring. “It kind of leaps off the screen,” the manager said of…
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Bottom fell out for Yankees after one bad Aaron Boone decision

Well , that was weird. Oh, sure, Sonny Gray stunk again Saturday night, failing to get out of the fourth inning in the Yankees’ 11-4 loss to the Angels at Yankee Stadium. With a 5.98 ERA, with getting through five innings in only half of his 10 starts, with the idea of pairing with Austin…
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Olivia Munn Gets Real About Aaron Rodgers’ Estrangement From His Family

Olivia Munn may have moved on from Aaron Rodgers in many ways, but that doesn’t mean she’s not able to get honest about certain aspects of their relationship. More specifically, she’s letting people in on the real reason Rodgers has a strained relationship with his family and how that affected his relationship with Munn.

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During her appearance on Watch What Happens earlier this week, Munn discussed just how tough things were with Rodgers and his family right from the start of their relationship.

“He hadn’t spoken to the parents and one brother [Jordan], for, like, eight months before we started dating,” Munn explained to Cohen as a way of explaining away complaints that she was the source of trouble.

Munn also explained that she tried to help patch things up between Rodgers and his family a couple of times. “They had a nice conversation and then they started coming out my first year when I was in Green Bay in 2014. […] I just think it’s really important to try to mend things in a family and I encouraged that. But at the end of the day, I mean, um…”

“It was out of your control,” Cohen filled in for her.

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And while Munn states that she played peacemaker with Rodgers and his family as well as maintained a friendly relationship with his brother, Jordan Rodgers, it all seems to have been for naught. She hinted that the strained relationship between Aaron Rodgers and his family may have come from his fame as a major NFL star.

“I do believe that family and fame and success can be really complicated if their dreams are connected to your success,” she told Cohen, going on to explain, “[His family is] all in sports, and Aaron is one of the best if not the best quarterback to ever play the game. Their work has a direct connection to what he does. At the end of the day, there’s a lot of complications. I don’t think either side of the road is clean, but I do think it’s not OK when you try to stand on someone’s shoulders and then throw dirt in their face, which is what they did for him.”

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The couple, who were together for three years, certainly went through some highs and lows. And while we always knew they were on a rocky journey as a couple, those private details came to the surface in bits and pieces back then; we never really had a clear picture of who was or wasn’t in the wrong in that situation. With Munn’s input, it sounds like Rodgers and his family have always had issues because of the way they’ve treated their very famous son.

Munn and Rodgers may have moved on from their relationship, but it’s kinda nice to see that Munn is still in his corner defending him.

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Aaron Hernandez’s Double Life: Inside the Aftermath of His Suicide and the Questions Left Unanswered

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TAMPA — With less than two weeks left before Opening Day, Neil Walker finally made his Grapefruit League debut on Friday night, starting at first base with the Yankees hosting the Astros at Steinbrenner Field. Before Walker’s debut, manager Aaron Boone said he wants to take advantage of the versatility of both Walker and Tyler…
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Aaron Rodgers Gives Danica Patrick a Good Luck Kiss Before Final NASCAR Race

Danica Patrick went into her final NASCAR race ever with a good luck smooch from Aaron Rodgers … and while the event might be her personal finale, this pic might be a debut. TMZ Sports has obtained a photo of the new couple giving each other a…

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Musicians Brigitte and Aaron Among Faithful Guests at Alexis Mabille

LOYAL FAN BASE: Alexis Mabille’s front row following was faithful as ever this season, with regulars including Audrey Marnay, pop duo Brigitte, actress Lilou Fogli and musicians Simon Buret and Olivier Coursier, of Aaron, among the guests at the designer’s haute couture show Tuesday afternoon.
Buret, who trained as an actor but hasn’t played a role for a couple of years, is playing Jean Cocteau in National Geographic’s “Genius: Picasso,” which will debut in April. “We’re shooting in Budapest, we’re having a good time,” he said.
He and Coursier are also working on a new album, due out early next year. “It’s a ‘Bladerunner’ feeling. It’s dark, greasy, purple…it’s really hard to describe music with words,” he shrugged. “You have to listen to it.”
As for Seventies-inspired duo Les Brigitte, they are up for a Victoire de la Musique — France’s equivalent of the Grammys — next month for their latest album, “Nues,” and will be touring through July.
In the beauty world, meanwhile, “We’re talking about a small adventure with a lipstick brand,” said Aurélie Saada, one half of Brigitte. “It’s a brand I love a lot, that’s very ethical, called La Bouche Rouge.”
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We already hyped how NFL star Marshawn Lynch is your new favorite superhero thanks to his “Beast Mode” runs during games, but check out Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and his insane comeback attempt against the Arizona Cardinals in the 2016 NFC Divisional Playoff game. It’s a crazy standoff between him and flashy Cardinals star Larry Fitzgerald that has us wishing for a sequel.

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After Aaron Hernandez, CTE Has Become the NFL’s Biggest Problem

On Thursday, Dr. Ann McKee, the Boston University neuropathologist who has diagnosed chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in dozens of deceased NFL players, gave a slide presentation that left physicians in the audience gasping.

McKee showed that Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots tight end, who was convicted of murder in 2015 and committed suicide in prison in April of this year, had levels of CTE — a degenerative brain disease associated with repeated impacts to the head — never seen in someone younger than 46 years old.

Hernandez was 27 when he died. Images of his brain left no doubt that he had a significant buildup of tau proteins (named after the Greek letter) that destroy brain tissue in the frontal lobe — the area of the brain that moderates behavior, judgment and decision making — and the hippocampus, which controls memory.

The NFL, the unquestioned king of American sports about a decade ago, is facing all sorts of problems this season. Ratings are down 5.5% through the first nine weeks of 2017, according to Nielsen.

President Trump has regularly chided the league for refusing to punish athletes who, in an effort to raise awareness of social injustices, choose not to stand during the national anthem. Some fans are boycotting the league because of the anthem controversy. Papa John’s, the pizza chain, is blaming the NFL’s failure to quell the anthem issue for lagging sales of its pies. Colin Kaepernick has meanwhile filed a collusion grievance against the league; Kaepernick, the ex-San Francisco 49ers quarterback who started the protest movement last year, remains unemployed while teams sign quarterbacks with far inferior performance metrics.

Then there’s the dizzying Ezekiel Elliott case, which has wormed its way through the court system, stealing even more attention from the games on the field. In August, the NFL suspended Elliott for six games due to an alleged domestic violence incident. Elliott has appealed the decision in court and has been able to stay on the field during the litigation; on Thursday, however, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit terminated a temporary stay on the suspension.

Elliott will now sit out at least the next four games: he’ll return to court on Dec. 1. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, aggrieved by Goodell’s punishment of his star running back, has reportedly threatened to sue the NFL over Goodell’s contract. He’s claiming that members of the NFL’s compensation committee misled owners about the number of votes needed to approve an extension for Goodell. (Jones was once one of Goodell’s biggest supporters. But Goodell wasn’t benching a marquee Cowboy in those days.)

As if the off-field activity wasn’t painful enough for the NFL, the on-field product hasn’t been all that compelling. Injuries have wiped out the seasons of a bevy of superstars, like New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt, and Deshaun Watson, the Houston rookie quarterback who was tearing up the league before he tore a knee ligament in practice on Nov. 2. Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone in October; he could return this season.

To be sure, some of these woes and squabbles largely serve as sideshows. But the Hernandez case can do much more damage to the NFL long-term. Football is now a public health issue; safety remains an existential threat to the game. Hernandez wasn’t some grizzled veteran offensive lineman who pounded heads on every play from scrimmage. He spent only three years in the NFL.

In her presentation, McKee offered one crucial caveat. She said she couldn’t “connect the dots” between Hernandez’s severe diagnosis and his violent behavior. She said Hernandez also had a genetic marker associated with brain diseases. Still, the results raised alarms. “We can’t take the pathology and explain the behavior,” McKee said. “But we can say collectively, in our collective experience, that individuals with CTE, and CTE of this severity, have difficulty with impulse control, decision-making, inhibition of impulses for aggression, emotional volatility, rage behaviors.”

The question on the minds of so many parents across the country — would you let your son play football? — just got much more difficult to answer. Or maybe not. Maybe now it’s a harder no.

 


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Researchers at Boston University revealed on Thursday that Aaron Hernandez suffered from a "severe" case of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) — the neurodegenerative disease often found in individuals with a history of repetitive head trauma — for his age group.

Doctors discovered that Hernandez had Stage 3 CTE, something researchers had yet to see in a brain younger than 46 years

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Jose Altuve, Giancarlo Stanton Win Prestigious Hank Aaron Award

José Altuve of the Houston Astros and Giancarlo Stanton of the Miami Marlins were named winners of Major League Baseball's prestigious Hank Aaron Award on Wednesday.

Altuve, a shortstop and five-time All-Star led both leagues in batting, with a .346 batting average, and also led baseball in wins above replacement (WAR), a metric that identifies player on-field contributions. During 2017

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Aaron Watson Talks Nashville Rejection, Previews Texas Hurricane Benefit

Aaron Watson will headline a night of Texas music Wednesday night at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. The Lone Star State singer, whose latest album is the vibrant Vaquero, has transformed the show into a benefit for victims of Hurricane Harvey. Mickey Guyton, Jim Collins, Leslie Satcher and Jon Wolfe will all join Watson for the event.

“We’ve been doing that with a lot of shows, and

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Aaron Hernandez’s Fiancee Sues Patriots Over CTE Claims

Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, the fiancée of Aaron Hernandez, is filing a lawsuit against the NFL and the New England Patriots, claiming that the former pro football player's newly-discovered CTE diagnosis caused his suicide,

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Attorney: Tests show Aaron Hernandez had CTE

Aaron Hernandez, the former NFL star who took his life while serving a murder sentence in prison, had chronic traumatic encephalopathy — commonly known as CTE — attorney Jose Baez said Thursday.


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Aaron Paul and Lauren Parsekian expecting first child

OHMYGOSSIP — Aaron Paul is to become a father for the first time.
The ‘Breaking Bad’ star and his wife Lauren Parsekian took to Instagram to announce they are expecting their first child together.
Alongside a photo of Lauren holding her burgeoning baby bump, he wrote: “Hey everyone. Look what I did. Words can’t express how excited I am that this little one has entered our lives. Just thought it was time I would share this beautiful news with all of you.”
Meanwhile, Aaron previously revealed he considers being at home to be like a vacation and gushed about he and his wife’s mutual appreciation of music, which helped bring them together.
He shared: “Any chance I have to be at my house, I take it. I’m never at home, I’m always travelling. I never work in Los Angeles. Being at home really is a vacation for me and my wife.
“Music is our obsession. I fell in love with my wife at a music festival. We have concerts inside our living room. Whenever we’re in town, we track down artists playing in Los Angeles and just reach out to their tour manager and see if they’d like to play our living room.”
It comes after Aaron admitted the pair weren’t in a rush to start a family.
He said at the time: “To be honest, we haven’t really thought about it. There’s no rush into anything. So if it happens, it happens.”

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Getting the last laugh! After fans were quick to judge Olivia Munn for posting a picture with a friend wearing a Minnesota Vikings hat following her split from Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, the actress, 37, hit back at her haters by getting in on the joke. 

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Cabrera wants Aaron Judge ban: ‘He tried to hit me in the throat’

There was plenty of anger and finger-pointing still left Friday, one day after the ugly Yankees-Tigers brawl in Detroit that resulted in suspensions or fines for 12 individuals. And the guy assigned the heaviest penalty, Detroit’s future Hall of Famer Miguel Cabrera, who was hit with a seven-game ban, charged that the Yankees’ Aaron Judge…
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Aaron Judge Sizes Up As Baseball’s Best New Hope

Rarely do nachos make dreams come true, no matter how good the guacamole. But while Maria Baez was on her way to a Yankee Stadium concession stand one recent evening, a team employee offered her a spot in the Judge’s Chambers, a section of seats behind the right-field fence reserved for fans of the towering phenom Aaron Judge. Thanks to the young slugger’s head-spinning power at the plate–he entered mid-August leading the American League in home runs despite a recent slump–the invite-only cheering section has become New York City’s most coveted ticket since Hamilton. Clad in a team-issued black robe and waving a foam gavel, Baez was so eager to join the fray that she gave up on her nachos. “I was so excited,” she says, “I didn’t want to eat anymore.”

This is heady stuff for a 25-year-old rookie. But baseball has never seen a player quite like Judge. He is built more like a football or basketball player–indeed, he is the first position player in Major League Baseball to be 6 ft. 7 in. and weigh at least 280 lb. But all of that would amount to little if Judge weren’t also one of the game’s best power hitters. In a season that’s on pace to set a record for home runs, Judge stands out for the distance and ferocity of his blasts. Take, for example, a story that MLB commissioner Rob Manfred recalled to TIME: before the Home Run Derby on July 10, Manfred was discussing with a Miami Marlins executive the ground rules for a ball hitting the roof of the retractable stadium in Miami. The executive said that no one had ever done it before, and stadium engineers had used NASA calculations to determine a roof height that they felt no baseball could possibly reach. As if on cue, Judge, who was taking batting practice, smacked a ball off the ceiling. He did it again during the competition, which he won with an electric display of brawn. “This is the stuff of Paul Bunyan legend,” says Manfred.

Ever since Derek Jeter hung up his spikes in 2014, baseball has thirsted for a transcendent personality with broader cultural resonance. If basketball has LeBron James and Tom Brady carries football, who is baseball’s brightest light? Los Angeles Angels slugger Mike Trout and Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper are far more accomplished than Judge–but neither have fully broken through. Nor do they have the benefit of playing in the nation’s largest media market, for the sport’s most storied franchise.

“I do think it’s important to have a player that fans, no matter what market they’re in, gravitate to as the face of the game,” Manfred says. “We’re in an interesting phase, where we have a really talented group, and people are kind of watching to decide who steps forward to claim that mantle.”

Judge hails from Linden, Calif., a close-knit farming community of about 1,800 people some 40 miles southeast of Sacramento. “There were no strangers in that town,” Judge says of his upbringing. He was raised by adoptive parents, retired teachers Wayne and Patty Judge, and starred in baseball, football and basketball at Linden High School. Notre Dame, UCLA and Stanford wanted him to play football, but he spurned them for a partial scholarship to play baseball at Fresno State. “There was some doubt,” Judge tells TIME. “I thought about going the football route. But I saw myself having fun playing baseball for the rest of my life.”

It was a risky decision. Taller hitters tend to struggle at the plate–one reason that players Judge’s height tend to be pitchers. A longer swing gives tall hitters less time to catch up with fastballs and more chances for mechanical glitches. Judge, however, has a compact motion with little wasted movement. The Yankees drafted him No. 32 overall in 2013 and called him up to the big leagues last August. He slugged a homer in his first at bat, then struggled the rest of the way, hitting just .179.

Turns out that was not a sign. In his first full major-league season, Judge slammed 30 homers before the All-Star break, breaking Joe DiMaggio’s season record for Yankees rookies. He’s hit the four hardest home runs of the season so far, as measured by exit velocity off the bat, as well as the longest: a 495-footer in June. He has helped vault the Yankees into the playoff race and make the team’s games appointment TV. Viewership for Yankees games on the YES Network is up 57% this year.

Like the Yankees’ most recent legend, Judge has taken a studied approach to the spotlight. Even during a second-half slump–as of Aug. 15, Judge had struck out at least once in 32 straight games, tying a major league record–he has remained polite and avoided controversy. “Aaron and Derek carry themselves in a very similar way,” says ESPN analyst Mark Teixeira, who played with Jeter for six seasons.

Judge will let his blasts do the talking. “It’s just like Stephen Curry,” says TBS analyst Gary Sheffield, who spent three seasons with the Yankees in the mid-2000s. “When Curry hits a three-pointer from near half-court, it’s much sexier than a regular three. Aaron Judge is hitting balls to places we’ve never seen.”

If the expectations are weighing on Judge, he’s not letting on. “The big thing for me this year is having blinders on,” says Judge. “It’s tough. There’s a lot of noise. But that’s the thing, you’ve got to be mentally strong enough to fight through that noise.”

The entire sport should be happy if he does.


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Aaron Carter Says Brother Nick Hasn’t Reached Out Since He Came Out as Bisexual

Aaron Carter says he’s received amazing support since coming out as bisexual … but apparently not yet from his brother. The singer clammed up at the D.C. airport Saturday morning when he got asked if his bro, Nick Carter, had contacted him since…

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Aaron Carter Defends Himself After Being Attacked Onstage Over Alleged Racial Comments

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Jordan Rodgers, Aaron RodgersIn a new interview with The New York Times, the Rodgers family patriarch sheds new light on their estrangement from NFL star Aaron Rodgers.
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Aaron Eckhart Explains How ‘The Dark Knight’ Mirrors American Unrest Today

Oftentimes, art and film reflect the real-world tensions that afflict our society. For actor Aaron Eckhart, the current anti-Trump demonstrations that are taking place in cities across the U.S. hark back to a film of his own: “The Dark Knight.”

Speaking with HuffPost’s Lauren Moraski on Monday, Eckhart, who stars in the upcoming film “Bleed for This,” looked back on “The Dark Knight,” in which he starred as district attorney Harvey Dent.

In the film, Dent and Batman aim to stop crime and bring down The Joker ― albeit through different methods. Batman/Bruce Wayne’s wealth enables him to fight The Joker, but the superhero’s desire to take action is ultimately relatable. It’s a sentiment that plenty of Americans feel right now, Eckhart said. 

“We all have those feelings inside of us of like, ‘I would like to make a difference. I would like to be able to act. How do I do it?’” he said. “Batman, especially in the ‘Dark Knight’ and that trilogy, is an excellent example of ― now he has different tools than us and he has money but ― our desire as good citizens to make a difference and how do we do it with all the corruption that it amongst us right now.”

Eckhart, who said he saw protests in New York while walking home in midtown, added that the film can provide a glimpse into many of the issues we face in real life.

“Cinema, art is a mirror of our time … even if it’s a Western or if it’s a superhero movie or whatever, it’s all coming from the collective unconscious,” he said. “So ‘Batman,’ I thought, had so many complex levels.” 

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