1. Game Two: Yankees Defeat the Red Sox 6-4

    The Yankees needed this win in order to stay with the pack in the AL East. This game was very important. Of course there are 160 games left and we don't know what the impact of some of those games will be on the playoff picture...

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  2. Chris Bosh Is Headed To Cleveland

    Chris Bosh will head to Cleveland today...for a CAT Scan. The headline got me, too, when I first read it. Bosh will get checked out after taking an elbow to the face from Antoine Jamison...

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  3. The Godsend: Looking at Some of the Best Roman Catholic Athletes

    Throughout the years, there come several players that have been blessed with extra-ordinary talents. This slideshow will take a look at some of the best athletes in several sports that are Roman Catholic and embody their faith's values...

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  4. Coach K Says Thanks But No Thanks To The Nets Coaching Job

    Duke Basketball Coach Mike Krzyzewski has decided not to move on to the NBA and take up the job of New Jersey Nets head coach...

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  5. JayVaughn Pinkston Looking To Take Villanova by Storm Next Year

    Villanova's basketball team was expected to go deep into the NCAA Tournament this year, but was sent home earlier than expected...

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  6. T-Mac Doubtful That LeBron Will Come To Knicks

    In a stunning turn of events, Tracy McGrady says that he wants to play for a contender next year and the key for a Knicks return would be LeBron James. If the Knicks are not able to get LeBron, they are most likely destined to continue to fail...

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  7. Omar Minaya Impressed by Pedro Martinez's First Pitch

    Pedro Martinez's first pitch in last night's Major League Baseball season opener seemed like a Major League audition...well at least for Mets General Manager Omar Minaya...

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  8. Boston Police on a Search For Jason Varitek's Body (Satire)

    The Boston Police Department has set out in search of the body of Jason Varitek. The Red Sox catcher was last seen behind the plate of Fenway Park for the first pitch...

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  9. Examining the New York Yankees' Official Opening Day Line-Up

    The Yankees open up the season tonight at Fenway. Their line-up looks just a little bit different than the one from last year. Who knows how well this line-up will play out with the absence of World Series MVP Hideki Matsui and Johnny Damon...

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  10. A Last-Minute Preview to MLB's Opening Day: New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

    In less than 24 hours, the 2010 baseball season starts with the defending champions, the New York Yankees, taking on their long-time rivals, the Boston Red Sox...

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  11. Francisco Cervelli Possible DL Candidate for Yankees After Hamstring Strain

    The Yankees' backup catcher, Francisco Cervelli, has been diagnosed with a mild hamstring injury that will most likely have him knocked out of the Yankees' lineup for the rest of spring training...

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  12. Tennessee Vols' Upcoming Freshman Tobias Harris Breaks His Foot

    Tobias Harris, Mr. New York Basketball 2010, committed to the Tennessee Vols in 2009 and helped his Half Hollow Hills West go on a great run this past season...

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  13. Maya Moore and Tina Charles Call-Out Kentucky's Wall and Cousins (Satire)

    Upon being named to the All-American team by the Associated Press, UConn's Maya Moore and Tina Charles decided to call-out Kentucky's John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins...

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  14. St. John's Puts Coaching Job On Craigslist

    In an effort to finally find a coach for their men's basketball team, St. John's University and its athletic director have put the head coach job on Craigslist, the popular site used to buy and find just about anything...

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  15. New York Yankees Make Their Roster Cuts...See You Later, Jesus Montero

    The Yankees might not have had a game today, but there was some activity in the lockerroom. The Yankees made some of their Spring Training cuts today and sent some players packing...

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  16. Alan Embree Gets a Second Chance With Boston

    The Boston Red Sox look to be going out on a limb and giving Alan Embree a chance to pitch out of the bullpen for them. Spring Training will serve as a try-out session for the left handed pitcher...

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  17. Eric Gagne Signs with Los Angeles Dodgers: Back in Dodger Blue

    According to sources, former National League Cy Young award winner Eric Gagne has decided to return to the team that lifted him to the top of the baseball world in his prime...

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  18. Ben Sheets Injured In Spring Training Already [Satire]

    In a stunning turn of events, Athletic's pitcher Ben Sheets has already managed to find a way to injure himself. Ben Sheets was ecstatic about joining his new ball-club and getting things started in Spring Training...

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  19. The 2010 Boston Red Sox: An Offseason Summary

    Baseball is almost back in full bloom for the Boston Red Sox, as their pitchers and catchers report to spring training. The franchise made several big moves in the offseason in order to make up for their early exit in this year's post season...

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  20. New York Knicks Still Aggressively Going After Tracy McGrady

    With only a few days left before the NBA Trade deadline, the New York Knicks have been actively pushing for a deal that would bring Tracy McGrady to the Big Apple...

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  21. The Yankee Fan's Guide To the Roster Invitees

    The Quest for No. 28 is about to begin. Baseball is back in full bloom for the Yankees as Spring Training is set to begin in six days. Before the Yankees start preparing for the season there are still a few question marks that have yet to be answered...

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  22. The Real Reason Johnny Damon Won't Be Back in Pinstripes (Satire)

    Johnny Damon and the New York Jets are probably the biggest sports topics in New York right now. The Yankees have reportedly made their final offer to Damon. It is now a take-it-or-leave-it deal...

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  23. Miguel Tejada Re-Signs with the Orioles

    According to multiple sources, Miguel Tejada will be back with the Orioles next season. The former American League MVP has signed a one-year $6 million deal to return to Camden Yards, where he played with the Orioles for four years...

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  24. Johnny Damon on a Return To the Bronx: "I Never Say Never"

    The Yankees are still in dire need of a left-fielder. Johnny Damon is in dire need of a job. Why can't they both just get along? In a recent text message exchange with Tyler Kepner, Damon said, "I'm sure things will work out somewhere...

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  25. New York Yankees Considering Rocco Baldelli for Left Field

    The baseball media has been tracking Johnny Damon and the New York Yankees' outfield situation since the day that Matt Holliday and Jason Bay were removed from the market...

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