Headline Sports with London Marq: Altuve’s batting average launches him to Male Athlete of the Year, Either way you cut it tough ending for Stanford football; plus more headlines

Houston Astros’ Carlos Correa (1), Jose Altuve (27), and Alex Bregman (2) celebrate during a rally honoring the World Series baseball champions Friday, Nov. 3, 2017, in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

On Headlines Sports with London:

1 Some of the big headlines stories for 2017 have to start with the Houston Astros Jose Altuve who was voted Male Athlete of the year. Altuve 5’6 hit .346 and help lead the Astros to the American League Pennant and the World Series

2 Stanford football lost on a game ending field goal on Thursday at the Alamo Bowl 39-37 in a tight ball game

3 The trail date for Oakland A’s catcher Bruce Maxwell is scheduled for April 10th which would mean Maxwell would miss at least a good half of April. A settlement is reported to be likely which would most likely result in a plea agreement with the court. Maxwell is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, disorderly conduct, point a gun at a food delivery driver. More on the court’s decision later.

4 The Stanford basketball Men’s team will host the Cal Bears have a go at it after dropping their last game the Kansas Jayhawks by 21 points. The Cardinal is trying to make amends.

5 The surprise team for 2017 are no doubt the Vegas Golden Knights in their first year as an expansion draft team, in first place in the NHL Division at 25-9-2

Headline Sports with London Marq is podcasted each Friday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com


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