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  • Yankee Fans Say They'll Remember A-Rod For Drama And Performance

    A-Rod and the club made the announcement before Sunday's home game against Cleveland. New face of the Yankees: Didi Gregorius? That reputation was tarnished by a steroid scandal and season long suspension in 2014. "Having him as an advisor for the young up-and-comers is awesome", Michelle Amin said. Walk away from $20 million next year, along with whatever else he was owed this season? No way.

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  • Rangers cemented their lead in AL West; add Lucroy, Jeffress and Beltran

    Rangers cemented their lead in AL West; add Lucroy, Jeffress and Beltran

    Long rumored to be in possible deals with multiple teams, and nearly traded to the Cleveland Indians before a no-trade clause was used, catcher Jonathan Lucroy and closer Jeremy Jeffress have been traded to the Texas Rangers . The center fielder is batting.237 with 11 home runs, 40 RBI's, and 11 stolen bases in Double-AA ball. He went 4-6 with 3.48 ERA in 16 games (14 starts) between Class-A High Desert (7g, 6gs, 3-2, 2.60era) and Double-A Frisco (9g, 8gs, 1-4, 4.08era).

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  • Late Cole goal saves Galaxy from defeat

    Late Cole goal saves Galaxy from defeat

    It was a back and fourth match that saw all the goals come in the final 25 minutes of the game. The point was enough to lift the Galaxy into a share of third place in Major League Soccer's Western Conference while the Red Bulls spurned a good chance to move within two points of East leader and local rival New York City.

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  • Perkasie's Katie Reinprecht lifts USA past Argentina in women's field hockey

    Perkasie's Katie Reinprecht lifts USA past Argentina in women's field hockey

    The Americans dealt a major blow to Australia. Great Britain defeated the Hockeyroos 2-1 on day one of competition. Team USA has already tied its number of wins from pool play in London, where they finished in last place. This one was especially rough for Australia because it was hit with two yellow cards and a green card in the third period alone, forcing the Hockeyroos to play short-handed.

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  • Hall of Fame welcomes 8 fresh busts

    Pro Football Hall of Fame President David Baker began the induction ceremony Saturday night for the class of 2016 by noting the winners of several awards. "There's something wrong with this". Ed DeBartolo Jr., whose San Francisco 49ers became the first franchise to win five Super Bowls, has been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as a contributor.

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  • Klopp tempers expectations after Barcelona rout

    He said , "I could see what he was going to bring to this team". "Each and every one of us worked our socks off, gave everything for each other and we got our rewards in the end with the goals ". The Reds begin their Premier League campaign at Arsenal on 14 August. Lazar Markovic , who was trailing Origi , collected the loose ball and played a lovely chip pass to the head of Grujic .

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  • Record-smashing Ledecky swims to women's 400m freestyle gold

    France took the silver in 3:10.53, while Australia claimed the bronze in 3:11.37, holding off a Russian team that was booed during the introductions - a reminder of the drug scandal that has rocked the nation. Ledecky was soon joined by Olympic great Michael Phelps who swam the second leg in the 4×100 meter-freestyle. Britain's Adam Peaty set his second mark in as many nights in the 100 breaststroke, while Sarah Sjostrom of Sweden eclipsed her own mark in the 100 butterfly.

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  • United States rugby team out of medal contention

    United States rugby team out of medal contention

    By half time, Canada trailed 12-0 after another try from the Australians. Scarratt scored two second-half tries that sealed a 22-0 win and ensured Britain topped Pool C ahead of a quarter-final appearance - probably against Fiji or the United States of America - later on Sunday.

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  • Australia's Mack Horton wins men's 400-meter freestyle

    Did the former just steal the gold medal from the latter? Horton then defeated the Chinese swimmer in the 400m freestyle final to clinch Australia's first gold medal of the Games. Canada's Ryan Cochrane said: "For an athlete that's clean it's really frustrating". "I've got a gold medal (from 2012) and my world ranking". She sliced 2.07sec off the previous record of 4:28.43 set by China's Ye Shiwen in winning gold in London.

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  • Italy's Niccolo Campriani credits luck for rifle Gold, slams Indian crowd

    Italy's Niccolo Campriani credits luck for rifle Gold, slams Indian crowd

    It wasn't a shrewd tactical move, Campriani said. Campriani pulled it out by pulling off the two biggest shots of his career. "Today, I was trying to keep as many happy thoughts as possible". The Ukrainian then leap frogged bronze medalist Vladimir Maslennikov with a 10.3 shot to join Campriani as the final competitors. Campriani and Kulish went toe-to-toe until the final shot, with the latter failing to find the centre of the target and settling for a score of 204.6.

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  • Great Britain's Peaty says more records could fall

    Sweden's Sarah Sjostrom also turned in a world-record performance in the 100 butterfly. "I just raced today and did what I did", Peaty said on his Olympic debut. Fastest off the blocks, Peaty made the turn 0.08 of a second inside world record pace and powered down the final 50 like a man determined to exceed the expectations that have built since he won three golds at last year's world championships.

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  • Inductions of Griffey, Piazza recall 9/11 aftermath

    Inductions of Griffey, Piazza recall 9/11 aftermath

    Piazza led off the Ceremony, emotionally thanking the writers who elected him, his Class of 2016 classmate Griffey and his childhood heroes Mike Schmidt and Johnny Bench. "I remember everybody saying "Don't look down at your kids, don't look down at your kids" until you have to", Griffey said. He had stints with the Seattle Mariners (twice) and debuted with the team as a 19-year-old in 1989.

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  • Durant leads Team USA to 57-point win over China

    To do so, the American swimmer, 19, had to lower her own world record of 3:58.37, achieved at the Pan Pacific Championship in 2014 in Australia, by almost two seconds. 1. The United States is now 17-1 in Olympic openers, with a loss to Puerto Rico in 2004 in Athens its only blemish. Efimova, who has served two doping suspensions, succeeded in an appeal last week against being banned from Rio .

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  • Holt's 11th Inning RBI Single Lifts Sox Past Seattle, 3-2

    Holt's 11th Inning RBI Single Lifts Sox Past Seattle, 3-2

    Benintendi was selected 7th overall by the Red Sox in the first round of the 2015 MLB First Year Player Draft. Rick Porcello went almost three months without a loss. The Mariners loaded the bases in the fourth inning on three walks by Pomeranz - two with one out, and one with two outs - but Leonys Martin grounded out to first.

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  • Williams sisters lose Olympic doubles for 1st time

    Of those 11 matches, the USA has lost in six - none more shocking than when top-seeded Serena Williams and Venus Williams crashed out in the first round, 6-3, 6-4, to the Czech Republic duo of Lucie Safarova and Barbora Strycova. Summing up, Serena said: 'We played bad, and it showed in the results'. "I was a little nervous about that", Williams said of her reaction to hearing of the gusty conditions, which she called "very intense".

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  • Pogba's United medical expected today

    Pogba's United medical expected today

    Paul Pogba has arrived in England ahead of his proposed world record transfer from Juventus to former team Manchester United. The 23-year-old midfielder was seen entering the Red Devils' training base on Monday afternoon after he flew into Manchester airport in the morning, with the midfielder wearing a black cap and sunglasses as he arrived to the ground in a red vehicle.

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  • The Cheez-It 355 at Watkins Glen International

    Earnhardt drove in three more races before his symptoms became too severe. And so Earnhardt spoke about the resumption of it in terms of "when" and not "if". ET, USA/MRN/Sirius XM). "My doctors have a good understanding of my history and what I've been through and with their own personal knowledge to give me a clear understanding of when I'll be ready to go back and get in the racecar", said Earnhardt, who hopes NASCAR will relax its testing rules so he can assess his condition in the ...

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  • Joey Bosa's mom: 'Wish we pulled an Eli Manning on draft day'

    Joey Bosa's mom: 'Wish we pulled an Eli Manning on draft day'

    According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk , the Chargers must trade Bosa by Tuesday if they plan on doing so before signing him. In an era with a rookie wage scale where deals generally get done quickly, that is pretty unbelievable. To find a holdout longer than Bosa's, you'd have to go back to the 2009 season, when then-rookie Michael Crabtree missed the entire preseason and part of the regular season before finally signing with the 49ers on October 7.

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  • Lewis Hamilton takes points lead with win in Hungary

    Lewis Hamilton takes points lead with win in Hungary

    Formula 1 meets next for the German Grand Prix, now consistently at the Hockenheimring after a decade of alternating the date with the Nurburgring GP-Strecke, in one week. "I don't know what he was annoyed about because he (Gutierrez) didn't keep him back this long", said the Italian. "I love the track". Vettel was clearly referring to Mercedes driver Rosberg's pole lap in the final seconds of Q3 when he spoke.

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  • Rio Olympics gets underway with colourful ceremony, parade

    Others were annoyed at repeated ad breaks. The demonstrators marched protesting against what they called "The Exclusion Games" and set a Brazilian flag and a Rio 2016 volunteer T-shirt on fire, the newspaper said on Friday. One of NBC's pre-games fears came true: US viewership dropped off following the entrance of the United States team in the Parade of Nations. Iran's flag bearer was Zahra Nemati, their first ever female flag-carrier who will compete in archery despite being paralysed ...

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  • Baseball roundup: Cubs rally past Marlins for sweep

    In the next at-bat against Willson Contreras , Ramos whiffed a wild pitch wide left of the plate, allowing Matt Szczur to scoot in for the game-winning run. That was just Ramos' second blown save of the season. Scherzer (12-6), a former Mizzou and Parkway Central star, allowed three runs on four hits. From the seventh inning on, they've scored 31 runs, second in baseball.

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  • Foltynewicz leads way, Braves top Cardinals

    The St. Louis Cardinals are fighting for a Wild Card but need to reverse their recent struggles. "The defense was incredible", Foltynewicz said. It was awesome to pitch well in St. St. Louis' lone run off Foltynewicz came in the fifth when Moss lined a sacrifice fly to right, scoring Kolten Wong . "It really would've helped if we could've gotten a (run) or two early, to maybe put a little pressure on", Matheny said.

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  • Aslam, Azhar drive Pakistan reply

    Sami was not far behind his more experienced partner in going to his half-century, the first of his Test career, and as the tea interval approached both batsmen began to show more positive intent. 20-year-old Sami Aslam replaced opening batsman Shan Masood while Sohail Khan is in for Wahab Riaz. The Test series will be followed by five one-day internationals and one-off T20.

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  • Ventura pitches into seventh as Royals defeat Blue Jays

    Escobar made it 3-0 in the fifth, which he led off with a home run, his first in 146 at-bats and his second of the season. "They're the world champs for a reason", Gibbons said. It's one of those teams where you really have to lock in against and limit what they can do. They're looking to move the ball, move runners. Butera cracked his bat on his hit to bring home Alex Gordon , while Mondesi's bunt single scored Paulo Orlando , who logged his fourth straight multi-hit game.

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  • Verstappen thought he and Rosberg would crash

    Verstappen thought he and Rosberg would crash

    Rosberg eventually finished in fourth behind Red Bull pair Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo , as Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton claimed the win at the Hockenheimring . However, Rosberg said the incident mattered little in the end, considering everything else that went wrong in the race for the pole-sitter. "That will take me some time to digest".

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  • Opposition Labour members win court battle to vote in leadership contest

    Owen Smith had been on the campaign trail in Tipton earlier in the day where he called for Britain to get "a pay rise". "He supports what they are requesting". Labour is appealing against a High Court ruling that said new party members should have the right to vote in its leadership election. She had concluded it was "an attempt to be inclusive" during a "difficult meeting", but said she chose not to mention their discussion in her report at all saying: "I was not adjudicating on Mr ...

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  • Julian Edelman activated off PUP list, returns to practice

    Julian Edelman activated off PUP list, returns to practice

    Amendola, who underwent surgery on his left knee and an ankle this offseason, remains on the PUP list. "I'm like day to day right now, so I'm a day better than yesterday", Edelman said after the workout. You just try to go out and improve each day on your fundamentals, try to get all those things back and then knock off all the rust and all that stuff.

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