1. SF Giants Offense Disappears Again in Loss to Padres

    Matt Cain knows all about being Cained, which makes sense, since it was named after him. Cain has gotten zero, one or two runs of support in 101 of his 269 career starts...

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  2. KDF Basketball Classic Showcases Nation's Top Players

    LOUISVILLE, KY - A crowd of 5,518 was on hand tonight at Freedom Hall as the White Team defeated the Green Team 128-104 in the 41st annual Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic presented by Papa John's...

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  3. Joe Girardi Not Happy with Umpire Joe West for Ejecting Cesar Cabral

    In a rare display of I Don't Know Where This Going, Yankees reliever Cesar Cabral plunked three hitters and threw a wild pitch in the eighth inning of a 11-5 loss to the Rays ...

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  4. Eaton Expected Back in White Sox Lineup After Early Exit

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  5. Aaron Harang: No No-Hitter, but What an April!

    I know why Fredi Gonzalez did it. He'd gotten a fourth great start from Aaron Harang, who might not have a big-league job if the elbows of Kris Medlen and Brandon Beachy hadn't come ...

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  6. Change in Mechanics Helping Reliever Bass with Control

    While Matt Albers, Chad Qualls and Jesse Crain drew all the attention this winter as the Astros restocked their bullpen, Anthony Bass was a lesser known newcomer...

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  7. Pacquiao Needs a Mayweather Fight to Maximize His Declining PPV Numbers

    By Chris Williams: Manny Pacquiao has failed to reach 1 million pay-per-view buys in his last three fights, and it's quite possible that his fight last Saturday night against WBO welterweight champion Tim Bradley also will fail to bring in 1 million buys.

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  8. Finishing the Job Important to Perez

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  9. Journeyman Seems at Home, Nearly No-Hitting Mets

    Aaron Harang was known as a low-ball pitcher and a strike thrower when the Mets had him for four starts last September...

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  10. Drew Storen Gets Two Big Outs to Continue Strong Start

    With two runners on base and only one out in the eighth inning of a 3-1 game, Manager Matt Williams called on Drew Storen...

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  11. Vargas, Royals Blank Twins, 5-0

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  12. Final Regular-Season Grades for Every Detroit Pistons Player

    The 2013-14 season has mercifully come to an end for the Detroit Pistons , giving us the opportunity to evaluate the play of every single player on the roster...

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  13. Vargas Strikes Again as Twins Shut out by Royals

    KANSAS CITY - The Twins woke up on Friday with a team on-base percentage of .353, tops in all of baseball. Drawing 12 walks in the second game of a doubleheader Thursday helped, but the Twins' offense in the early season has defied expectations...

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  14. Braves Fall Four Outs Short of Combined No-Hitter Against the Mets

    Braves righty Aaron Harang and lefty Luis Avilan were four outs away from a combined no-hitter against the Mets on Friday night. David Wright singled solidly to left to break up the no-no...

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  15. Royals Hand Twins First Shutout This Season

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) | Jason Vargas pitched seven shutdown innings, Mike Moustakas cracked a two-run homer and the Kansas City Royals romped to a 5-0 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Friday night...

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  16. Vargas and the Royals Blank the Twins 5-0

    Jason Vargas continues his mastery in the month of April with seven shutout innings as Moose hangs dong for the second time this week. .....

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  17. Scott Quigg vs. Tshifhiwa Munyai: 5 Key Questions Going into the Title Fight

    Two weeks after his super bantamweight rival Carl Frampton raised his ranking with a second-round stoppage of Hugo Cazares , Scott Quigg fights for the first time ...

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  18. Red Bull Knew the Risk, International Court of Appeal Finds

    The FIA has released the full reasoning behind the International Court of Appeal's decision to uphold Daniel Ricciardo's Australian GP disqualification, with the body having ruled that it "does not find any element" to prove Red Bull's defence case...

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  19. Can Kerr Handle the Coaching Grind?

    Steve Kerr has never been a head coach before, so the New York Knicks would be taking a bit of a risk if they hired him to replace Mike Woodson. One of Kerr's ex-teammates wonders if Kerr will be up for the grind of coaching in the NBA ...

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  20. Mariners Give Up Grand Slam to Stanton in 9th and Lose to Marlins 8-4

    MIAMI — Eager to try for a double play in the ninth inning, Seattle Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager bobbled the ball, and the cameras caught his mistake. .....

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  21. Marlins Blow Lead but Beat Mariners on Stanton Walk-off Grand Slam

    The Marlins loaded the bases with none out in the ninth thanks to an overturned call on a review before Giancarlo Stanton crushed a walk-off grand slam...

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  22. Tulo Backs Chatwood and Rockies Beat Phillies 12-1

    DENVER -- Troy Tulowitzki hit a three-run home run after No. 3 hitter Carlos Gonzalez was intentionally walked in front of him, Tyler Chatwood pitched seven strong innings for his first ...

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  23. Marlins top Mariners on Stanton walk-off slam

    MIAMI – Manager Mike Redmond was ready to take the bat out of Giancarlo Stanton's hands with the game on the line in the ninth inning Friday. Instant replay put Stanton back in position to win the game, and he did just that in grand fashion...

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  24. Ricciardo Fastest in Rain-Affected Final Practice in China

    Daniel Ricciardo has finished fastest in a rain-affected final practice session for the Chinese Grand Prix today that saw most of the front-runners choose to spend most of their time in the pits...

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  25. Alfredsson Praises 'outstanding' Howard After Shutting out B's

    Jimmy Howard's 25-save shutout in Game 1 of the Detroit - Boston series earned plenty of praise, perhaps none higher than the stuff Daniel Alfredsson heaped on...

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