Morgan asks Hall voters to ban PED users

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(TSX / STATS) -- Hall of Fame vice chairman Joe Morgan emailed every eligible voter from the Baseball Writers' Association of America on Tuesday, writing that "steroid users don't belong" in Cooperstown, N.Y.

Morgan's email, which he said he wrote on behalf of "many of the Hall of Famers," comes one day after the 2018 ballot was released.

"We hope the day never comes when known steroid users are voted into the Hall of Fame. They cheated. Steroid users don't belong here," wrote Morgan, a two-time National League Most Valuable Player who was voted into the Hall of Fame in 1990.

Falcons survive Seattle rally, win 34-31

(TSX / STATS) -- SEATTLE -- Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan threw two touchdown passes, and Seattle came up short on a game-tying field-goal attempt with two seconds left as the Falcons held on to defeat the Seahawks 34-31 on Monday night.

Down by 11, the Seahawks tried to rally late. Quarterback Russell Wilson connected with Doug Baldwin on a 29-yard touchdown and tight end Jimmy Graham hauled in Wilson's two-point conversion pass to get the Seahawks within a field goal with three minutes left. (MORE)

Irving has 47, Celts' run 16 with OT win

(TSX / STATS) -- DALLAS -- The Boston Celtics have been comeback specialists during their win streak and their magic, led by Kyrie Irving's season-high 47 points, continued Monday night.

The Celtics needed another fourth-quarter rally and, for the first time this season, overtime to finally get past the Dallas Mavericks 110-102 and push their win streak to 16 in a row. (MORE)

Lue, LeBron downplay James' minutes load

(TSX / STATS) -- Cleveland Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue has been questioned throughout the season about the playing time of superstar LeBron James.

After James logged a season-low 27 minutes in Cleveland's 116-88 rout of the Detroit Pistons on Monday, Lue was questioned again -- and he didn't seem to like it. (MORE)

Rams WR Woods to miss at least 2 games

(TSX / STATS) -- Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods will be sidelined at least the next two games with a sprained left shoulder, coach Sean McVay announced.

McVay said that Woods "probably (is) going to be out a couple weeks" on Monday, one day after the 25-year-old sustained the injury in the fourth quarter of the 24-7 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. (MORE)

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