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VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) -- Vancouver Whitecaps striker Darren Mattocks burned his upper right arm and shoulder while making dinner and is being treated at a hospital. The MLS team said in a statement the accident happened Sunday but did not say how the 21-year-old Jamaican forward burned himself. The team added Tuesday that it will have a better sense of his progress later in the week but expects a "complete recovery in due time." Coach Martin Rennie says Mattocks is "handling everything well and remains in good spirits." Mattocks joined the team in January after being taken second overall in the MLS SuperDraft.
Major League Baseball released a second voting update for All-Star Game starters and three White Sox players are still in the mix.
The top three spots at each position (and top nine in the outfield) are all that matter for now, with those players advancing to MLB’s new Starters Election. James McCann is the only member of the White Sox to sit in one of those spots for now.
McCann is second at catcher behind Gary Sanchez of the Yankees. He is nearly 800,000 votes behind the Yankees backstop.
Jose Abreu was in third in the last update at first base, but has fallen behind Carlos Santana of the Indians. Luke Volt, another Yankee, leads with C.J. Cron of the Twins in second. Santana is just under 43,000 votes ahead of Abreu.
Tim Anderson is still in fourth at shortstop. Jorge Polanco of the Twins and Carlos Correa of the Astros are comfortably in the top two spots. Gleyber Torres, yet another Yankee, is just over 45,000 votes ahead of Anderson for third.
There aren’t any other White Sox within striking distance of the top three. Yoan Moncada remains in eighth among third basemen.
Polls close Friday at 3 p.m. CT.
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John Fox is now more than a year removed from his tenure with the Chicago Bears, but he still has some strong opinions about the team.
Fox, now an NFL analyst for ESPN, fired a shot at the Bears during a segment of NFL Live on Monday. Fox was among a panel asked which team had the worst offseason in the NFL. Fox chose his former employer.
"I think when you're going to play defense, you're going to lean on your takeaways to help a young offense and you don't have a kicker, a reliable kicker that you're going to need those points from after some of those turnovers," Fox said. "I think the kicking question is really big right now in Chicago and I think that might be a problem going into the season."
That is sure to earn some eyerolls from skeptical Bears fans who weren't happy with Fox's 14-34 record with the Bears.
Fox wasn't the only one to pick the Bears. Damien Woody, who won two Super Bowls with the Patriots as part of his 12-year career, actually picked the Bears before Fox.
"I think losing Vic Fangio... is huge," Woody said. "That Chicago Bears defense, it literally fueled their offense. It's the identity of the Bears and when you lose a talented defensive coordinator like that, I think there's going to be some slippage there."
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