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  • Djokovic's right arm gives him trouble during US Open win

    She pulled out of this month's U.S. Open tune-up near Cincinnati and hasn't suited up since. McHale has posted wins over former No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki and Grand Slam champions Victoria Azarenka, Petra Kvitova and Svetlana Kuznetsova. Murray has won 33 of his last 35 matches, picking up a second Wimbledon title and second Olympic gold medal along the way. The Flushing Meadows complex has been radically and expensively remodelled for this year.

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  • Trasladan cuerpo de Juan Gabriel al aeropuerto de Los Ángeles

    Todavía no hay confirmación oficial de cómo se trasladará el cuerpo hasta México . Según el portal " TMZ ", en el inmueble donde murió Juan Gabriel no se encontraron drogas . Ante la multitud de personas que se acercaron al lugar, las autoridades locales decidieron mandar a varias unidades policiales par preservar el orden.

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  • Valencia want Manchester United's Marcos Rojo on loan

    Spanish side Valencia were interested in signing the player on a season-long loan with a view to a permanent move next summer. The Argentine has always been tipped for a £12 million departure yet with one day of the transfer window remaining, he's still very much a United player and now looks set to stay.

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  • India fall short by one run in world record run chase

    Inclement weather and a wet outfield were the villains in the 2 T20I between India and West Indies getting washed out on Sunday, but it had been an issue with the broadcasters' satellite that had seen a loss of 40 minutes in the beginning of the match.

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  • Spike Lee: Trump trying to capitalize on murder of Dwyane Wade's cousin

    Cmdr. Brendan Deenihan said in a news conference Sunday that Aldridge was not the intended target, but rather a driver who had just dropped off passengers in the neighborhood. Police said the uptick came mostly from gang violence concentrated in a few parts of the city's south and west sides. The victims that day included a 10-year-old boy shot in the back as he played on his front porch, the Tribune reported .

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  • Mónica Puig debuta y se despide en el US Open

    Mónica Puig debuta y se despide en el US Open

    Zheng, de 22 años, es número 61 en el escalafón mundial. Puig ganó su primer servicio del segundo para irse arriba 1-0, pero los titubeos volvieron a aparecer y Zheng rompió con sus dos siguientes saques. La tenista china utilizó un tiro elevado que la boricua no logró descifrar en todo el partido, mandándolo afuera o a la red en varias ocasiones. La boricua estaba al frente 4-1 en la primera manga, pero a partir de ahí perdió el control del juego, con 28 errores no forzados.

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  • Giants hit 4 homers to back Bumgarner and beat Braves 13-3

    Giants hit 4 homers to back Bumgarner and beat Braves 13-3

    Their lineup for Saturday's game had to be cobbled together to account for numerous absences. Kemp homered in the fourth to make it 3-1 against Suarez (3-2), who was called up from Triple-A Sacramento to start after Jake Peavy went on the 15-day disabled list with a lower back strain.

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  • Jose Mourinho: 'Marcus Rashford will get first-team chances'

    Manchester United's next outing comes against their cross-town arch-rivals and Mourinho could well be without one of his starting midfielders. Shaw said he had never felt so high on the pitch after Rashford's victor in the second minute of time added on had made it three wins from three in the Premier League.

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  • Ian Bell joins Scorchers for Big Bash

    Ian Bell joins Scorchers for Big Bash

    Warwickshire batsman Ian Bell has signed a deal to play with Perth Scorchers in this season's Big Bash League. The 34-year-old was officially confirmed on Tuesday (August 30) as the Scorchers' second worldwide signing alongside compatriot David Willey.

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  • Bell Makes Big Bash Move To Perth Scorchers

    Bell Makes Big Bash Move To Perth Scorchers

    Warwickshire and former England one-day batsman Ian Bell has signed for the Perth Scorchers in the Australian Big Bash Twenty20 league. With Hampshire batsman Michael Carberry unavailable to Perth after he was diagnosed with a cancerous tumour last month, Bell will team up with fellow England worldwide David Willey at the Scorchers.

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  • Dodgers' Rob Segedin Blasts Home Run, Welcomes First Child in Same Night

    Dodgers: LHP Rich Hill (9-3, 2.25) is scheduled to make his first start for Los Angeles on Wednesday after being acquired from Oakland in the deal that also gave them Josh Reddick on August 1. "This was the first time I had a chance to see him pitch in person and up close", Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said. "I know he used a lot of energy with those first four hitters".

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  • Murray sets up semi-final with Raonic in Cincinnatti

    His arduous run to gold in Rio has been a boon rather than a curse, with fatigue giving way to momentum in Cincinnati. "If you're a bit lower on confidence, regardless of how fresh you are, if you haven't played loads of matches you make bad decisions in those moments", Murray said .

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  • Eight Run Sixth Inning Propels Royals

    Eight Run Sixth Inning Propels Royals

    The Tampa Bay Rays and Boston Red Sox begin a three-game series Monday night. BOSTON (AP ) - The Kansas City Royals keep finding different sources for timely hits during a red-hot August. Brock Holt , again playing second base with Dustin Pedroia out attending a family funeral, had three hits and two RBIs , Chris Young lined a two-run double, Travis Shaw (one RBI) collected three hits, Sandy Leon had two hits, including a two-run single, and Hanley Ramirez added two hits and a walk ...

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  • Porcello majors' 1st 18-game winner, Red Sox beat Rays 9-4

    Dustin Pedroia missed Sunday's game because of a family member's funeral service. The Red Sox right-hander limited the Tampa Bay Rays to three runs over seven innings Monday night, which proved to be more than enough cushion for Boston's powerful offense in the club's 9-4 victory at Fenway Park.

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  • Mondesi's triple keys big inning, Royals beat Red Sox

    The Rays , who are buried in last place in the AL East, salvaged the finale of their three-game set at Houston on Sunday as a 15-hit attack helped support a 10-strikeout performance by Chris Archer in a 10-4 victory.TV: 7:10 p.m. A four-pitch walk to Jackie Bradley Jr. loaded the bases, and Holt's soft groundout tied the game. Betts also roped an RBI double in the fifth and finished 2-for-5 with two RBIs and two runs scored.

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  • Yoenis Cespedes sits after quad acts up again

    Among the trio of Phillies players on that list of candidates was the man who took the mound on Saturday night against the New York Mets, a player almost everyone thought was on the way to a new team this time last month. The Mets have taken 12 of their past 14 series with Philadelphia. "We've just got to regroup, put these two games behind us", Mackanin said. "They just seem to feast on our pitching".

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  • River prepara un recibimiento diferente en el Monumental — Recopa

    River prepara un recibimiento diferente en el Monumental — Recopa

    Aunque si se cuentan las Copas rioplatenses, que no son oficiales para la Conmebol pero sí para la AFA y la AUF (Asociación Uruguaya), entonces la cuenta total da a Boca con 65 (suma 4 de esas Copas ) y River con 60 (posee 6). Mirá segunda final de la Recopa Sudamericana entre River vs Independiente Santa Fe . " Vinimos acá por cábala ", explicó el entrenador argentino Gustavo Costas , que aún tiene la duda del lateral izquierdo Dairon Mosquera, quien no entrenó a la par de sus ...

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  • Vikings host Chargers in new stadium debut

    Week three of the preseason is without a doubt the most important game that doesn't matter. Bridgewater also had a phenomenal 22-yard scamper, juking a defender in the process. The Vikings will host the San Diego Chargers at 1 p.m. on Sunday in Week 3 of the NFL Preseason , marking the first NFL game played at the $1.1 billion stadium .

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  • Gary Sanchez's scorching start with Yankees now includes an Major League Baseball record

    New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez just keeps raking. As in getting the one win at the end of a frustrating weekend in Yankee Stadium. "He's not going to trot to first base as much as I talked to him about it before the game". Batting leadoff for the first time in his 10-season career, Pearce had three hits. Trailing 2-1 with runners at second and third and one out, Oakland's Max Muncy slapped a grounder to the right side that first baseman Brandon Moss dived for and gloved.

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  • Lochte summoned to Brazilian court

    Lochte summoned to Brazilian court

    U.S. Olympic Committee CEO Scott Blackmun on Sunday said Lochte and his three teammates would face disciplinary action. His lawyers insist they have yet to gain receipt of the charges, but state they "intend to fully co-operate" with Rio lawmakers.

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  • Saltalamacchia's HR lifts Tigers over White Sox 4-3

    Saltalamacchia's HR lifts Tigers over White Sox 4-3

    James Shields allowed two runs and six hits in six innings, ending an very bad August on a decent note, but the White Sox couldn't hold a one-run lead for him. "The first couple innings I was a little erratic, but I thought I settled down and was able to pound the strike zone", Shields said. Chicago's Jose Abreu had a single and a double and has reached base in 25 consecutive games.

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  • Okotoks RCMP arrest several people after De Winton house party turns violent

    A second man suffered lacerations to the face and head and was taken by ground transport to Foothills. Loria says EMS returned around 9 a.m. Sunday to attend to another man at the scene who had minor injuries. "Police have [arrested] several individuals, however, no charges have yet been laid", the Okotoks RCMP said in a statement. The incident is still under investigation.

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  • NY wins first championship since 1964

    The Maine-Endwell Little League World Series team will look to finish off its magical run when it faces South Korea in the championship game at 3 p.m. The South Koreans would come back out from the loser's bracket to claim the global championship before losing to NY in the title game. With Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York" blaring over the PA system, the Mid-Atlantic champs tossed their gloves in the air and celebrated with teammates and coaches before receiving the LLWS championship ...

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  • América 0-0 Chivas — Primer Tiempo

    América 0-0 Chivas — Primer Tiempo

    Los primeros instantes del compromiso se vivieron con nerviosismo, pero fueron los visitantes quienes tomaron el control. Brizuela abrió el camino del triunfo para el " Rebaño Sagrado " en el minuto 19 y luego lo amplió en el 31, para de esa forma hacerse presente en el marcador , mientras en el 84 sirvió pase certero a Carlos Peña , para cerrar la goleada.

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  • Mets will have a scout at Tim Tebow's workout

    Mets will have a scout at Tim Tebow's workout

    Depending on how well the showcase goes on Tuesday, Tebow may need the exposure that winter ball provides. They happen to be a five-time Venezuelan Professional Baseball League champion and have also gone on to win the Caribbean Series twice.

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  • Real to face Dortmund in ECL group

    Bayern were given a quick chance to avenge last season's semi-final defeat by Atletico Madrid after they were drawn together while surprise English Premier League winners Leicester City will face Porto , Club Bruges and Copenhagen. The changes came after Europe's top clubs had discussed the possibility of forming a Super League, possibly even without UEFA's authorisation. French champions PSG knocked Chelsea out in the last 16 before losing to Manchester City, but have not met Arsenal ...

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  • Farah: Winning never gets old

    Farah beat off strong competition from Ethiopia's Hagos Gebrhiwet and United States runner Bernard Lagat, running a 13:03.30 race that showcased his physical and psychological talents. With four Olympic golds now in the bag, Farah does not currently have any intention of defending his track titles for a second time, but he has not ruled out competing in the marathon at Tokyo 2020.

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  • Rio Robbery Claim the Latest Scandal for US Olympian Ryan Lochte

    Locals of the country accuse Lochte of tampering Rio's reputation as the country held one of the most prestigious worldwide events in Brazil's history. Veloso said the guards did not use excessive force and would have been justified in drawing their weapons because the athletes "were conducting themselves in a violent way".

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