Derek Jeter returns to the Yankees' lineup

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Derek Jeter returns to the Yankees' lineup

From Comcast SportsNet
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is back in the lineup after missing eight days because of a stiff left calf. Jeter was listed as the leadoff hitter for a Yankees' split-squad game against the Minnesota Twins on Friday. The team captain first felt stiffness during a game on March 14. New York reliever David Robertson, sidelined by a bruised right foot, faced seven batters and threw 29 pitches in a simulated game. He could pitch in a game Tuesday. Andy Pettitte, who ended his brief retirement by recently signing a minor league contract, threw 26 pitches during a batting practice session. He could see game action before the end spring training. The Yankees haven't ruled out Pettitte being ready in pitch in the majors by May 1. On Friday, the team announced reliever Joba Chamberlain had surgery after dislocating his right ankle.

SportsTalk Live Podcast: Should the Bulls sign Chris Bosh next year?

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SportsTalk Live Podcast: Should the Bulls sign Chris Bosh next year?

David Kaplan hosts this episode of SportsTalk Live and is joined by Chris Rongey (670 The Score), Seth Gruen (Bleacher Report) and Chris Emma (670 The Score).

They debate whether or not the Bulls should make a run at signing Chris Bosh this coming off-season.

They also ask "O Captain, Where Art Thou?" and wonder what is behind Toews's dip in production this season. Finally, they discuss who is the best QB playing this weekend in the AFC and NFC Championship games.

Listen to the episode at this link or below in the embedded player:

Artemi Panarin shows off Duncan Keith's Russian singing skills

Artemi Panarin shows off Duncan Keith's Russian singing skills

Duncan Keith isn't quitting his day job anytime soon, but maybe he can moonlight as a Russian singer.

Artemi Panarin — Keith's Blackhawks teammate and a native of Korkino, Russia — posted an Instagram video Friday of Keith signing along to a song called "Gop-Stop:"

Канадский #розенбаум 😂 Canadian #singer @dk_2_

A video posted by @artemiypanarin on

Here's the YouTube video of the song, which is a famous Russian gangster song:

This is exactly what social media was made for: Bringing worlds together for the amusement and entertainment of others.

Also, hat/tip to Keith for his quality singing/rapping skills.