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Phillies OF Domonic Brown takes BP, could be ready for opener
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Phillies outfielder Domonic Brown tested his sore Achilles on Friday with a round of batting practice. It was his first batting practice since suffering the injury last week. Brown is expected to run the bases Saturday, along with batting practice. If he clears those hurdles, he'll be inserted into minor-league games for extra at-bats, per the News Journal.

Brown believes he'll be ready for Opening Day.

"I've been doing a lot of conditioning, but that stop and start, that’s going to be the big test," Brown said. "Just been running kind of long distances and I sprinted [Friday] and it felt good.

"I'm excited because I was scared last week, I'm not going to lie to you."

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Pens' Hornqvist Not Counted Out For Weekend Return
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Hornqvist (undisclosed) practiced with the Penguins on Friday and is being listed as day-to-day, Shelly Anderson of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
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Ex-NHLer Samuelsson Announces Retirement
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Samuelsson announced his retirement from professional hockey this week, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.The 38-year-old played in his native Sweden this season after appearing in 26 games with the Red Wings in 2013-14. In addition to his two stints in Detroit, Samuelsson spent time with the Sharks, Rangers, Penguins, Panthers, and Canucks, finishing his NHL career with 149 goals and 346 points in 699 career games.
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Thunder F Kevin Durant to have foot surgery, miss rest of season
by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

The Thunder released a statement from General Manager Sam Presti on Friday, announcing that forward Kevin Durant will undergo another foot surgery and miss the remainder of the 2014-15 season. 

After consulting with two specialists this week, the team and Durant came to the conclusion that a bone graft procedure would be the best approach to repair the Jones fracture that Durant suffered. 

Dr. Martin O'Malley will perform the surgery next week in New York and Durant is expected to return to basketball activities in four-to-six months. Durant averaged 25.4 points and 6.6 rebounds per game before the injury.

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Pens' Ehrhoff Won't Skate For A Week
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Coach Mike Johnston said Friday that Ehrhoff (upper body) won't be able to skate until next week, Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
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