1. Where Does Rafael Nadal's Upset Loss Rank in Sports History?

    John McEnroe called Rafael Nadal 's loss to Lukas Rosol the biggest upset in tennis history. We tentatively agree. The world No. 100, with 19 career wins to his credit, upsets the 11-time Grand Slam champion and five-time defending finalist...

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  2. Belt Making Big Strides at the Plate for Giants

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Madison Bumgarner is quick to remind Brandon Belt who hit the first home run between them this year.....

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  3. Giants Lineup: Sticking with What Works

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Matt Cain (9-2, 2.27) takes the ball for the Giants in Game 2 against the Cincinnati Reds , and it will be the same defensive alignment trotted out in Game 1 behind him...

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  4. Bochy Impressed with Sanchez's Progress

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  5. SF Giants' Tim Lincecum Changes His Signature

    A signature of Tim Lincecum starts this season has been the Breakdown Inning, when boom goes the dynamite.....

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  6. Bumgarner Fires Giants' Fourth Straight Shutout

    SAN FRANCISCO -- After the eighth inning, Madison Bumgarner went to the basement of AT&T Park to warm up for a few minutes, only to be informed by a TV announcer that the the Giants ...

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  7. First Pitch: Sox Find a Winner in Morales

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  8. Youkilis: 'I'm Definitely over It'

    BOSTON (CBS) — After being traded away from the only professional baseball organization he’s ever known, how long would it take Kevin Youkilis to move on emotionally and ...

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  9. Red Sox Sign Andy LaRoche

    PAWTUCKET -- The Red Sox signed Andy LaRoche, who requested and was granted his release by the Indians last week. The third baseman joined Triple-A Pawtucket on Thursday.....

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  10. Of Update: Crawford, Ells, Pods, Sweeney

    SEATTLE -- It seems likely that outfielder Carl Crawford will be ready to join the Red Sox sometime in early-to-mid July.....

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  11. More People Pile on Clay Buchholz

    Add Eric Wilbur* to the list of people who think that attending an event to aid families struck by tragedy, when said event does not conflict with any doctor’s orders and is totally cool as far as the team is concerned, is immature...

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  12. 'Good Day' for Carp Includes Long-Toss Session

    MIAMI -- Injured right-hander Chris Carpenter took part in a long-toss session Wednesday afternoon at Marlins Park.....

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  13. Are the Cardinals' Pitchers Missing Dave Duncan?

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  14. New Tag for Molina: MVP Candidate

    Sometime around Yadier Molina's two-run homer that tied Monday's game in the ninth inning and before his three-run homer gave the Cardinals a lead they wouldn't lose Tuesday, Cardinals ...

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  15. Bernie: How Far Should Cards Go to Get Pitching Help?

    A month from now, the Cardinals ' John Mozeliak and other baseball general managers will be staring at the trade deadline. They'll be reviewing their lists of strengths, weaknesses and most pressing needs...

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  16. Early Innings Hurting Phillies' Kendrick

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  17. Horst Wastes No Time Making Phillies Debut

    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – One bright spot in the Phillies 5-4 loss to the Pirates on Thursday afternoon was a scoreless inning of relief by Jeremy Horst in his Phillies debut....

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  18. Amaro: Phils' Bullpen a 'Balancing Act'

    This is the dilemma facing Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro: He has a veteran team with a young bullpen. A team that needs to win now, and a bullpen that isn’t helping them do it...

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  19. Looking at Hughes' 12-6 and 11-5 Curveballs

    With the elimination of the cutter from Phil Hughes’ repertoire, he’s become a three pitch starter who, at times, looks completely reliant on the fastball.....

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  20. Jeter Ties Ripken for 13th All-Time with Hit No. 3,184

    NEW YORK -- Derek Jeter joined one of the all-time greats at his position Thursday, when his seventh-inning single up the middle against White Sox pitcher Dylan Axelrod tied him with Cal Ripken, Jr...

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  21. Broken Leg Not a Season-Ender for Yankees' Pettitte

    General manager Brian Cashman said he doesn’t believe Andy Pettitte’s broken left leg will keep him out for the rest of the year and he has good reason to think the Yankees ...

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  22. Will Ty Hensley Sign?

    The Yankees signed a lot of this year’s draft picks rather quickly and many of them have already gotten their professional careers underway in either the GCL or Staten Island...

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  23. Rangers Scout Greinke in Cincy

    The Texas Rangers are the one team known to have flown in to scout Brewers right-hander Zack Greinke in Cincinnati on Wednesday.....

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  24. Sorry, Yankees Fans. Bryce Harper Likes D.C. Just Fine

    The Washington Post’s Adam Kilgore has four pages of goodness on Bryce Harper today, and it’s pretty much a must-read. Among the topics Harper discusses are his fondness for D...

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  25. Matthews: Girardi Botches Ninth vs. White Sox

    NEW YORK -- The following column is being written with the approval and blessing of Joseph Elliott Girardi, the manager of the New York Yankees .....

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