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Brewers: No update yet on Christian Yelich’s broken kneecap

The Milwaukee Brewers say there’s no update yet on Christian Yelich’s broken right kneecap. Yelich was back in Milwaukee on Wednesday for further tests, a day after the reigning NL MVP was hurt when he fouled a ball off himself during a game in Miami.

Faith and Values: Jesus didn’t play zero-sum games

Our religious doctrines are pockmarked with winner/loser theologies – zero-sum games on steroids. Yet along comes Jesus and effectively says, “God won’t play your zero-sum game of scarcity. Neither will I!”

Bills’ 28-year-old rookie Christian Wade passes on rugby to give NFL a try

Buffalo Bills running back Christian Wade passed on a successful rugby career in England to give the NFL a try as a 28-year-old rookie. Though he still has much to learn, Wade enjoyed a successful debut by scoring on a 65-yard touchdown run in Buffalo’s preseason-opening 24-16 win over the Indianapolis Colts

Christian Pulisic, Weston McKennie show plenty of promise for U.S. in Gold Cup

Christian Pulisic and Weston McKennie are offering hope for the future of U.S. men’s soccer while contributing plenty to its present. The two 20-year-old midfielders combined on the only goal in the U.S. team’s 1-0 Gold Cup quarterfinal victory over Curacao. Now they will try to help the U.S. beat Jamaica in the semifinals.

Panthers’ Christian McCaffrey hoping stats translate to wins this year

Christian McCaffrey says he would welcome another huge statistical season if it translates into more wins for his Carolina Panthers. McCaffrey enjoyed a breakout season in 2018, flirting with prospect of joining Roger Craig and Marshall Faulk as the only players in the NFL history with 1,000 yards rushing and 1,000 receiving in the same season. He finished with 1,098 yards on the ground and 867 yards through the air, and was easily the bright spot in an otherwise forgettable 7-9 season.