1. Yankees End Interleague Play

    On June 29, every MLB team played their last interleague game, except for the New York Yankees and the Pittsburgh Pirates. Both teams will play their last interleague game of the 2008 season tonight in Pittsburgh...

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  2. NASCAR: Stewart to Leave Joe Gibbs

    It is now official. Tony Stewart will be racing at Joe Gibbs Racing until the end of the 2008 season. Stewart will make an announcement tomorrow at 2:30PM (ET) to confirm the move to Haas CNC Racing, where it will be known as Stewart Haas Racing in 2009..

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  3. Fantasy Sports Network President Puts Name in for Red Sox Nation Governor

    Longtime Feeding Hills, Massachusetts resident and now a college student for the Disney College Program for Fall 2008 puts his name in for Red Sox Nation Governor of Florida...

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  4. New England Has It's New Red Sox Nation Governors

    Last year, the fans of the Boston Red Sox selected their new president, NESN announcer Jerry Remy. Now, the six New England states have selected their Governors...

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  5. Hey, Teresa Earnhardt, It's Time to Leave NASCAR

    Teresa Earnhardt has been a problem ever since Dale Earnhardt, Jr. left to go over to Hendrick Motorsports. She inherited a team that the late Dale Earnhardt had created for his son...

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  6. NFL Fan Receives Welcome News, Chooses to Open the Envelope Soon

    Back on May 30, Mike DiMauro shared his story not just to all the sports fans out there, but to everyone here on Bleacher Report. The story about his trip to New York City during the NFL Draft back on April 26 with his camping club...

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  7. Happy 75th Birthday Pittsburgh Steelers

    Today in history, on July 8, 1933, Arthur Joseph Rooney founded the fifth oldest franchise in the National Football League, the Pittsburgh Steelers. Originally named after the MLB team Pittsburgh Pirates, they were renamed the Steelers in 1940...

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  8. CFL Week Two Review

    Welcome all! The second week of the 2008 CFL season has ended. Here's how the matchups went (home team appears in bold): Hamilton Tiger Cats: 32, Toronto Argonauts: 13 Edmonton ...

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  9. 2008 NASCAR Sprint Cup Midseason Report

    The Coke Zero 400 was the halfway point of the 2008 NASCAR season. In this article we'll talk about those who have won races and those who have yet to win a race this season...

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  10. My Future Town Rocks: Orlando, Florida

    What's the theme park capital of the world? Where is there a place that a family wants to go to? I will tell you that it's Orlando, Florida. I will be moving down there in August and I have been there before, several times...

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  11. Fireworks for Kyle Busch: Winning Coke Zero 400, Part Two

    The Coke Zero 400 standings are ready. Kyle Busch won the race and Carl Edwards finished in second. Matt Kenseth, Kurt Busch, David Ragan, Robby Gordon, Kasey Kahne, Dale Earnhardt, Jr...

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  12. Fireworks for Kyle Busch: Winning Coke Zero 400, Part One

    Last year, he was racing in Hendrick's No. 5 to a close finish in the Pepsi 400. McMurray won that race. Let's fast forward to this year's Coke Zero 400...

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  13. DEI Drivers Jumping Ship to Hendrick Motorsports

    Is it me or isn't this the second year in a row that a driver from Dale Earnhardt Inc. is going to drive for Hendrick Motorsports the very next season? In 2007, Dale Earnhardt Jr...

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  14. America's Pasttime on America's Birthday

    Everyone's favorite summer past time is baseball. Friday was America's 232nd birthday. Here's how everyone did in Major League Baseball on the 4th of July (home teams in bold): Boston ...

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  15. Menard Wins First Pole on the 4th of July

    HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY, PAUL MENARD! You just won the pole for the Coca Cola Zero 400 at Daytona for Saturday's race! Paul Menard becomes the second driver in a row to get his first career pole...

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  16. NFL: Hey Brett Favre, It's Time to Leave Green Bay

    I feel that Brett Favre should retire and leave the game gracefully. This would give Aaron Rodgers a much deserved chance to play. He is the future of the Packers and he has enough experience to play...

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  17. Will The Red Sox Win in Tampa?

    The Boston Red Sox lost again last night in Tampa to the Rays 7-6. The Rays now lead the AL East by 3½ games over the Red Sox. The Red Sox have lost all six games between the two teams in Tampa and have won all six games played in Boston...

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  18. Boris Said a Full-Time Sprint Cup Driver—Does He Have What It Takes?

    Yes, Boris Said is on the entry list for this weekend's Coke Zero 400. Yes, Boris Said did not qualify for the two previous races that ran here. Yes, Boris Said struggled in Infineon this year...

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  19. My Hometown Rocks: Springfield, Massachusetts

    I could write about my hometown of Feeding Hills, Massachusetts, but there's not much to talk about in my hometown other than Anne Sullivan, the teacher of Helen Keller came from here...

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  20. Is MFL2 Coming in 2008?

    According to sources over at the Beat Mike Network, there could be a MFL2 Fantasy Football League on ESPN this fall...

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  21. No. 40 to Shut Down

    For the first time since Kenny Wallace drove the car in 1993, a familiar car will not be on the track. The No. 40 Sprint Cup car, racedby Dario Franchitti and owned by Chip Ganassi, will be shutting down because of lack of funding...

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  22. Mark Martin to the No. 5 Car?

    There have been reports that Mark Martin will race the No. 5 car for his final season in NASCAR. The 2009 season would be either a full-time season or a part-time season, sharing the ride with Brad Keselowski...

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  23. Interleague Review: Toronto Blue Jays

    The interleague portion of the schedule has ended for most MLB teams. Let's take a look back at how the Toronto Blue Jays did during interleague: May 16-18: at Philadelphia Phillies May 16: Blue Jays lost the first interleague game, 10-3...

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  24. CFL Week One Review

    Welcome all! The first week of the 2008 CFL season has ended. Here's how the matchups went (home team in bold): Montréal Alouettes: 33, Hamilton Tiger Cats: 10 Calgary Stampeders: ...

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  25. Interleague Review: Tampa Bay Rays

    The interleague portion of the schedule has ended for most MLB teams. Let's take a look back at how the Tampa Bay Rays did during interleague: May 16-18: at St. Louis Cardinals May 16: Rays won the first interleague game, 3-1...

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