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  • Rockies tee off on Marlins' pitching

    The 29-year-old left his last start at Coors Field after only one batter due to a an injury and he has a 6.94 ERA in eight career games (four starts) in Denver .Bettis lasted between six innings and 6 2/3 innings in each of his six July starts, going 3-1 with a 3.55 ERA in that stretch.

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  • Rugby sevens makes Olympic debut

    Then it was 15-a-side; in Brazil the athletes are playing rugby sevens. What the hell is it? "We ended the season on a high note and I hope the boys will continue with the same momentum and write another historic chapter". On a scale of "unfinished infrastructure" to "favela inferno", what are the odds this is event is a spectacular failure? They're renowned for their pace and skill but Australia's women also showed they're up for the physical battle to make a powerful statement in ...

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  • Spanish swimmer wins over crowd after he's given second chance

    Spanish swimmer wins over crowd after he's given second chance

    It looked as though Duran Navia's Olympic journey was over before it even began on Saturday, when the swimmer lost his balance and fell into the pool before the race had started - leading to an automatic disqualification. I thought I was disqualified but I was told that everything was fine to swim", he explained later. He would go on to finish eighth in his heat and miss making the finals by a wide margin, but it provided one of the first uplifting moments of the Olympics when Duran Navia ...

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  • Rich Hill's debut for Los Angeles Dodgers to be delayed

    That David Ortiz isn't his replacement is at once unfortunate, and also entirely understandable given that the Sox probably weren't super happy about even playing him in the field for the first half of yesterday's game. "Overall, he just really didn't command the fastball tonight", Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said of Kazmir. "We couldn't get anything going offensively", Red Sox manager John Farrell said.

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  • Miami Marlins vs. Chicago Cubs 8/3/16 MLB Predictions

    The Cubs have walked 41 more times than any other team in baseball, and they rank second to the Boston Red Sox with a.346 team on-base percentage. Texas at Baltimore, 6:05 p.m. Giants catcher Buster Posey noticed the blunder and took a throw at second from right fielder Hunter Pence that technically forced out Altherr. Two of the hits - the only two extra-base hits - were doubles by Lackey.

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  • Russia's Tutkhalian leads gymnastics, China top team

    Russia's Tutkhalian leads gymnastics, China top team

    They earned the highest team qualifying score, 185.238, by almost 10 points. So good are the Americans that Gabby Douglas, the defending Olympic all-around medalist, finished third but will not compete in the all-around final because of the two per country rule.

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  • Walker's 9th-inning homer lifts Mets over Tigers 3-1

    With the loss, the Tigers failed to gain ground on division-leading Cleveland, which lost to the New York Yankees. "My first thought is: 'Not again". "There's no blame here". Justin looked back and saw the ball got through, so he's thinking that J.D. saw the same thing. NY retook the lead when Walker went deep off Francisco Rodriguez (1-2).

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  • Solo comes up big for 200th cap, United States beats France 1-0

    The Rio Olympics kicked off Wednesday with a slew of women's soccer matches, including reigning world champions the United States taking on New Zealand. Of course, Solo would never have reached the odd space she occupies if it weren't for being good enough to stay in the public spotlight for so long.

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  • Yankees Release Alex Rodriguez, Announcing His Last Game Is Friday

    Yankees Release Alex Rodriguez, Announcing His Last Game Is Friday

    This is also a proud day. "You know, when Hal told me, I just told him: 'Give me a few days". "I thought I would have a strong finish and a strong year next year, but again, that wasn't in the cards". Cashman, by the way, dropped the mic when asked how Alex should be remember. Rodriguez not only won five home run titles, but he won a batting title in 1996 as he hit.358 in his first full-time season.

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  • Rio 2016: Australia among qualifiers as sevens debuts

    The reward for such a close call against the Australians is a daunting knockout match against New Zealand, the other main contender for the first ever Olympic gold medal in women's rugby. "We made a couple of forced errors, we definitely made too many unforced errors, turned the ball over too easily, dropped balls, we had good possession in the first half that we just didn't capitalize on", Tait said.

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  • Novak Djokovic beats Kei Nishkori to claim Toronto Masters title

    Novak Djokovic simply could not be stopped on Sunday as the world No. 1 powered through to his fourth Rogers Cup title. That was on full display today in 6-3, 7-5 straight sets victory over world number seven Kei Nishikori. Djokovic spurned two set points but grabbed his third following a brilliant defensive lob to take it 6-3. Djokovic began the second set with a break of an error-prone opponent and was never threatened as he streaked to victory.

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  • Greek athlete expelled from Rio

    Alexander Zhukov said it was unfair Russian sports stars such as double Olympic champion pole vaulter Yelena Isinbayeva would now watch the Games from home while past doping offenders, including top U. First, the International Swimming Federation (FINA) banned them from the Games because they were mentioned in the WADA report, although the latter contained no evidence that they had actually been engaged in doping.

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  • Italian fencer Garozzo wins men's foil gold

    Italian fencer Garozzo wins men's foil gold

    Team USA fencer Alexander Massialas ended a 32-year medal drought for the United States on Sunday by winning silver in the men's individual foil competition. Seven straight touches put the American through to a semi-final with Kruse, but the magic eluded him when Garozzo also built an 8-14 lead at the end of the night.

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  • Ichiro Suzuki gets 2999th career hit in majors

    Ichiro Suzuki gets 2999th career hit in majors

    As Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post wrote, "Suzuki, the Marlins' 42-year-old star, is only one hit from the magic 3,000-hit mark". He came up again in the ninth with a chance to become the 30th player in major league history to reach the milestone, but bounced out to the pitcher on a close play at first.

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  • Summer Olympics: 30 percent of Russian team banned for doping

    Summer Olympics: 30 percent of Russian team banned for doping

    Blackmun was asked if the International Olympic Committee is sending a mixed message by allowing some Russian athletes to take part in Rio , while others have been denied. The Lausanne-based court said barring them from the Games "does not respect the athletes' right of natural justice". Stepanova had hoped to compete as an independent athlete under he International Olympic Committee flag.

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  • Rio 2016 Olympics: Rugby sevens quarter-finals

    Well fancied New Zealand also sauntered into the quarter-finals, with Portia Woodman claiming three of eight tries in a Pool B thrashing of Kenya and another in a 31-5 hammering of Spain . The U.S. women's rugby team advanced to the quarterfinals Sunday, following a 12-12 draw against top-seeded Australia in the final round of pool play.

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  • Así abuchearon a Temer en la inauguración de Río 2016

    Así abuchearon a Temer en la inauguración de Río 2016

    Río de Janeiro , 5 ago (EFE). Los Juegos Olímpicos se extienden hasta el 21 de agosto , en medio de un clima político y social inestable, y con un refuerzo de seguridad compuesto por casi cien mil efectivos policiales y militares. Las pocas y aisladas protestas realizadas el viernes por movimientos sociales brasileños en momentos en que el país está en la mira de todo el mundo prácticamente no incomodaron la ceremonia inaugural de los Juegos Olímpicos de Río de Janeiro 2016 y ni se ...

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  • Mourinho: Pogba will have to work for his place

    Speaking after his side's 2-1 win over Leicester in the Community Shield at Wembley later in the day, Mourinho said he had been made aware just before kick-off that the 23-year-old midfielder was "coming home" as the United fans had been chanting during the match.

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  • NFL Hall of Fame Game in doubt due to field conditions

    NFL Hall of Fame Game in doubt due to field conditions

    This is going to be a big season for the NFL. Tonight we take another step on the way to the start of the National Football League season. They finished second in the AFC South. These questions and more will be answered throughout this 2016 season. Well, as long as Aaron Rodgers is on the field. He had 31 TDs with only 8 INTs.

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  • Clinton took a short-circuit in the brain, says Trump

    Other notable Republicans who have withdrawn their support for Trump include Barbara Bush, Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney, Richard Armitage, Hank Paulson and Sally Bradshaw. Seeking to arrest his sinking poll numbers, Trump reversed course Friday and endorsed House Speaker Paul Ryan for reelection, pleaded for Republican unity and pledged to work with the very party leaders he had earlier dismissed as Washington's ineffective establishment figures.

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  • How they won: Jason Hammel keeps on rolling

    How they won: Jason Hammel keeps on rolling

    The Miami Marlins held a 4-2 lead over the Chicago Cubs heading into the ninth inning. The win was the Cubs' sixth in their last seven games and extended their National League Central lead to nine games over St. Willson Contreras then stepped to the plate with the bases loaded, and he didn't have to do anything. After a wild, 12-inning win a night earlier in which manager Joe Maddon used 22 players, Hendricks (10-7) threw 123 pitches and lowered his ERA to 2.22, third-best in the majors.

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  • Olympics: South Korean archer sets first Rio record

    Two other athletes were also in the room at the time. Kim sealed the record with riveting theater, needing to find the innermost gold circle for a maximum 10 points with his final arrow and duly sending it flush into the middle. Then it was the United States against China for a spot in the gold medal match. RIO DE JANEIRO- After getting back to the Olympic finals Saturday, the USA men's archery team was dealt the same result as in 2012 - a silver medal.

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  • Gray leaves with forearm soreness, A's lose 4-0 to Cubs

    That ground out proved very valuable as Ben Zobrist scored both runners with a jammed shot up the middle to give the Cubs a 2-0 lead. Stripling (3-3) struck out four and walked one while allowing four hits. Arrieta tossed eight scoreless innings, limiting the A's to just three hits over that span. Nunez, acquired in a trade with the Minnesota Twins on July 28, entered the game hitless in his previous 16 at-bats.

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  • Ichiro beats out infield single for his 2999th career hit

    Ichiro beats out infield single for his 2999th career hit

    Pinch hitting for Stanton in the eighth, Suzuki rapped an infield single to Nolan Arenado. Pinch-hitter Cristhian Adames , who had two plate appearances in the inning, singled and scored on Blackmon's game-tying triple. Bettis gave up a triple and two singles to start the game as the Marlins pounced on him for two runs in the first. Video, however, shows that Hall of Fame catcher Mike Piazza's 496-foot homer September 26, 1997, while playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers , actually went farther.

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  • O's end losing streak, take back first place

    Clay Buchholz (4-9) pitched three scoreless innings, and Brad Ziegler got three outs for his 20th save. Dallas Keuchel (6-11) gave up seven runs and seven hits in five innings. The first two games are at Citi Field, with the final two across town in the Bronx. Mychal Givens recovered from a rough outing Saturday with a scoreless 11th, overcoming a one-out walk to Martin by inducing an inning-ending double play from Kevin Pillar .

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  • Katie Ledecky reminisces on 2012 Olympic experience

    But that changed after Ledecky swam the anchor leg in the final of the 4x100 freestyle relay late Saturday night. It didn't happen, but she distinguished herself as a sprinter and a relay team member. "We were in the elevator the other day and someone who didn't recognize her said, "What do you swim?-she's like 'freestyle" and that's it". Marsh agrees that out of the pool, you could still mistake her for a carefree kid.

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  • Hayne reaffirms what most in rugby league had hoped

    Hayne reaffirms what most in rugby league had hoped

    Hayne will play his first game of rugby league on Sunday since September 2014 when he left Parramatta to pursue his NFL dream. "I think he can play 80 minutes and handle the physical demands of playing fullback". The Warriors traded tries with the hosts in the first half, with the scores tied 10-all at half time. The dual Dally M Medallist then out jumped two Warriors players to snare a bomb at the other end of the field, his efforts almost ending in a try for his new team.

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