Astros-Yankees game postponed due to rain

Saturday’s matinee matchup between the Houston Astros and New York Yankees has been postponed due to inclement weather, the league announced.

Both teams will now play a doubleheader Sunday, with the first game starting at 2:05 p.m. ET. Those who purchased tickets for Saturday's game will be able to exchange them for any other game throughout the 2018 season. They will not be valid for Sunday's doubleheader, which has already sold out.

A ceremony to retire longtime Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter's No. 2 will take place at 6:35 p.m. The second game is slated to start following the event, no later than 7:35 p.m.

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Making It Rain On Them Hoes: Drizzy Drake’s ‘More Life’ Cracks Over 500,000 Units Sold In First Week

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Drake’s ‘More Life’ Hits #1, Sells 505,000 Albums First Week

Some of you are probably pausing “Passionfruit” or “Portland” or “Do Not Disturb” or any one of the new bangers that Aubs released last week just to read this.

Suffice to say Drake’s new album “playlist”, More Life, is a BIG success if you believe what you read on social media. However, if you don’t, here are some number that confirm that claim.

According to Billboard, More Life hit #1 on the charts after garnering the equivalent of 505,000 units sold between streams (257,000) and traditional album sales (226,000) and single sales (23,000).

Tweeters lie, Instagrammers lie, numbers don’t.

More Life is Drake’s seventh consecutive album to debut at No. 1. Only his debut EP, So Far Gone, has missed the top slot, as it debuted and peaked at No. 6 back in 2009.

Drake’s seven No. 1s ties him with Kanye West and Eminem for the second-most No. 1s among hip-hop acts, trailing only Jay Z, with 13 leaders.Last week’s No. 1, Ed Sheeran’s ÷, falls to No. 2 after two weeks leading the list. ÷ earned 119,000 units in the latest tracking frame — down 34 percent.

What’s your favorite song from the Owl God’s new project?

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Cavalcade of stars rain shots, raise $500K for Sager charity

After Eric Gordon claimed the All-Star weekend Three-Point Contest Saturday night, TNT’s Ernie Johnson gathered together some of the competitors for a tribute to the late Craig Sager. Before anyone knew it, a group of NBA and other stars – including DJ Khaled and Michael B. Jordan were on the floor raining shots, with each made trey representing $ 10,000 to the SagerStrong charity.

Then Johnson brought out Stephen Curry to try up the ante with a half-court shot. It didn’t work out as planned. He couldn’t sink one, so Sager’s youngest son Ryan got some help with a bucket to bring the total to $ 500,000.

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The Couple That Makes It Rain Together: The Shumperts Enjoy Some Skripper Action In NYC [Video]


Iman Shumpert And Teyana Taylor Enjoy Strippers Together In New York

While Baby Junie’s asleep, Mama and Daddy are having some fun.

Teyana Taylor and hubby Iman Shumpert hit up rapper friend A-Boogie’s 21st bday at Aces New York, and dropped a couple thousand on bottles and lapdances. Take a look:

Looks like they had a good time…and you just know it was lit for these two when they got back home.



Make It Rain: Blac Chyna Shares Another Photo From Her MAC Shade Scents Campaign

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Blac Chyna Shares MAC Shade Scents Photo

Blac Chyna is continuing to make it rain with MAC Cosmetics.

The newly crowned MAC Ambassador recently shared a new photo from the campaign that shows her promoting their Candy YumYum Shades Scent.



Go off Angela Kardashian!

Chy also shared some photos of herself kicking it with her “twin”/ first born, King Cairo.

More on the flip.


Rain helps Tigers sink White Sox after just 6 1/2 innings

A relentless downpour ended the party a little early Thursday at U.S. Cellular Field, where, following a two-hour, five-minute rain delay, the umpiring crew decided to call the game, giving the Detroit Tigers a 2-1 victory over the Chicago White Sox after only 6 1/2 innings of baseball.

Buoyed by a solid outing from Mike Pelfrey and a pair of solo home runs from Ian Kinsler and Miguel Cabrera, the Tigers enjoyed a one-run lead when the skies opened in the middle of the seventh, giving Detroit its first rain-shortened victory since Aug. 30, 2013.

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Asked after the four-hour, 13-minute affair if it was worth the wait, Tigers manager Brad Ausmus – whose club is now 4-3 since the All-Star break – kept his answer concise.

"Yeah," Ausmus told reporters.

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Jesus Take The Wheel: 26 Dead In West Virginia Floods After Violent Torrential Rain

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West Virginia Floods Leave 26 Dead

Sad news coming from the east coast after a storm destroyed a small town and left more than two dozen dead.

Via USAToday

The bodies of three more victims of West Virginia’s historic flooding were found overnight, according to county authorities Saturday, raising the death toll to 26 from torrential rains and high water that has destroyed more than 100 homes, washed out scores of roads and bridges and knocked out power to tens of thousands of people.

The Kanawha County sheriff’s office said Saturday that one man was found in a home in the Clendenin area and two females were found in a home along the Elk River. The officials said it is presumed that all three had drowned.

At least 23 others, including an 8-year-old boy who was wading in a foot of water, were killed in the torrential flooding after as much as 8-10 inches of rain fell in six to eight hours in parts of the state on Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. This amount of rain in such a short time is likely a “one-in-a-thousand-year event,” the weather service said.

It was the third-deadliest flood on record in West Virginia, according to the West Virginia state climatologist Kevin Law. Only the Buffalo Creek flood in 1972 (when 125 died after a dam break) and a November 1985 flood (when 38 died from a combination of Hurricane Juan’s remnants and another storm) killed more in the state, Law said.

Rest in peace to those who lost their lives. Prayers up for their families.

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