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The Denver Broncos are moving closer toward a new deal for their top football executive.

NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Saturday the team and general manager/executive vice president John Elway are making progress toward an extension that would keep him in Denver for the foreseeable future.
“We’re working to get it done,” Joe Ellis, Broncos CEO and president, told The Gazette in Colorado Springs. “We’ve had some productive discussions in the last week or so and will keep talking. John’s an important part of our organization, and we want to make sure he’s here for a long time.”

Talks ramped up this week after a period of stagnation and there is optimism it will get done at some point before the season, Rapoport added.

Elway told The Associated Press in May that he did not “think there will be any doubt” a deal gets done before the season opener.

The new deal would likely place Elway among the highest paid GMs, if not the highest.

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Just a few hours remain to cast your vote on the Esurance MLB All-Star Game ballot, where several of the game’s best players are holding on to narrow leads in positional races bound to go down to the wire.

Voting ends tonight at 11:59 ET. The starting players and rosters will be revealed on Sunday at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN. The 88th All-Sar Game is set for Marlins Park in Miami on July 11.
But who will be there in the starting lineups? That’s still up to you, the fans. And at this late hour, several of the races are too close to call.
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The tightest race is at third base in the American League, where just 60,000 votes separate front-runner Miguel Sano of the Twins from Jose Ramirez of the Indians and the Blue Jays’ Josh Donaldson, who are fighting furiously behind. Sano, who is having a breakout season thanks to his elite average exit velocity, leads the way with 1,764,734 votes, but Cleveland fan favorite Ramirez (1,730,869) and former AL MVP Donaldson (1,671,408) are knocking at the door.
The other three-horse race in the AL is at designated hitter, where Corey Dickerson of the Rays has used a final-week surge to overtake Nelson Cruz of the Mariners for the top spot. Dickerson (1,616,809) is having a breakout year for the Rays, but four-time All-Star Cruz (1,557,747) and his 14 home runs are nothing to scoff at. Cleveland slugger Edwin Encarnacion (1,505,226) is also within striking distance.
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In the National League, Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado has surged past reigning NL MVP Kris Bryant of the Cubs to set himself up to start his first All-Star Game. Arenado (2,426,431) trailed Bryant (2,322,249) as late as Monday, but now owns a 104,182-vote lead over Bryant.
Elsewhere, Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman (1,989,104) maintains a narrow lead over the Cubs’ Anthony Rizzo (1,915,790), while Reds shortstop Zack Cozart’s first All-Star start remains in reach. Cincinnati’s shortstop is having a career year, and with a little help from donkey-costume-wearing teammate Joey Votto, fans are noticing. Cozart owns a 108,282-vote lead over Corey Seager of the Dodgers.
Fans may cast votes for starters at MLB.com and all 30 club sites — on computers, tablets and smartphones — exclusively online using the 2017 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot until tonight at 11:59 p.m. ET. On smartphones and tablets, fans can also access the ballot via the MLB.com At Bat and MLB.com Ballpark mobile apps.
The Esurance All-Star Selection Show will take place on Sunday at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN. Following the unveiling of the 2017 All-Star starters, reserves and pitchers, fans can return to MLB.com to cast their 2017 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Final Vote for the final player on each league’s All-Star roster. Then on Tuesday, July 11, while watching the 2017 All-Star Game presented by Mastercard live on FOX, fans may visit MLB.com to submit their choices for the Ted Williams Most Valuable Player Award presented by Chevrolet with the 2017 MLB All-Star Game MVP Vote.
The 88th Midsummer Classic, at Marlins Park in Miami, will be televised nationally by FOX Sports; in Canada by Rogers Sportsnet and RDS; and worldwide by partners in more than 160 countries. ESPN Radio and ESPN Radio Deportes will provide exclusive national radio coverage, while MLB Network, MLB.com and SiriusXM will have comprehensive All-Star Week coverage. For more information about MLB All-Star Week and to purchase tickets, please visit AllStarGame.com.

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NEW YORK — Didi Gregorius and Matt Holliday homered, Austin Romine collected three hits and the Yankees snapped their seven-game skid with an 8-4 victory over the Angels on Wednesday evening at Yankee Stadium.

Gregorius put New York on the board in the second inning with a two-run homer, and Holliday helped the Yankees reclaim the lead they had lost, drilling a solo homer in the fifth off Ricky Nolasco, who was charged with five runs and seven hits in 5 1/3 innings.
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Romine greeted Mike Morin with a two-run double in the sixth, runs charged to Nolasco, whose team has lost 12 of his 15 starts this year. Aaron Hicks, Starlin Castro and Chase Headley later added RBI singles to pad the Yankees’ cushion.
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Yankees starter Jordan Montgomery picked up his third victory in four starts, limiting the Angels to Martin Maldonado’s two-run homer over 5 2/3 innings. The rookie left-hander scattered five hits and two walks, striking out five in a 97-pitch effort. Maldonado added a second homer in the ninth off Tyler Clippard.
Simmons loses bat on K
Simmons loses bat on K
Jordan Montgomery gets Andrelton Simmons to go down swinging for the strikeout, and Simmons’ bat goes flying down the line in the 2nd
In his second appearance since spending time on the disabled list with left rotator cuff inflammation, Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman sealed the win emphatically, striking out Eric Young Jr. swinging on a 102.9-mph pitch that was the fastest in the Majors this season, according to Statcast™.
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Yes In-Didi: Gregorius jumped on a 74.4-mph Nolasco curveball in the second inning, parking it into the right-field seats for a two-run homer that gave the Yankees their first lead of the homestand. It was Gregorius’ eighth homer of the season, though Nolasco might have a gripe with the short porch — the drive had an exit velocity of 91.5 mph and a launch angle of 36 degrees, and similarly hit balls have gone for homers just 3 percent of the time, according to Statcast™.
Gregorius’ two-run big fly
Gregorius’ two-run big fly
Didi Gregorius hammers a ball into the second deck in right field for a two-run homer, giving the Yankees a 2-0 lead in the 2nd
Austin powered: Giving catcher Gary Sanchez a half-day at designated hitter while Holliday manned first base, Romine collected career hits No. 99, 100 and 101 in the victory. The most important was his two-run double to left-center off Morin in the sixth inning, chasing Sanchez and Headley home as the Yanks pulled away. Romine owns a .359 average with runners in scoring position since the start of 2016, fifth best in the Majors over that span (minimum 60 at-bats).
Romine’s two-run double
Romine’s two-run double
Austin Romine splits the gap in left-center field for a double, driving in two runs to extend the Yankees’ lead to 5-2 in the 6th
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The Angels have lost each of Nolasco’s last 10 starts. They are eight games over .500 (34-26) when anybody else starts in 2017.
WHAT’S NEXT
Angels: Right-hander Jesse Chavez will start Thursday night’s series finale against the Yankees at 4:05 PT. In 10 career appearances against New York, including four starts, Chavez is 4-1 with a 2.97 ERA.
Yankees: Right-hander Luis Severino (5-2, 2.99 ERA) is undefeated in his last eight starts, a streak that he will try to extend when the Yankees complete their three-game series with the Angels on Thursday at 7:05 p.m. ET.