1. Daytona Winners and Losers

    The haulers have packed up from Daytona and the pothole jokes on Twitter started to dry up, so it’s time to pick out some winners and losers from the weekend...

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  2. Milton Bradley to Cubs: 'Give Me a Hamburger'

    In one of the strangest stories to come out of baseball’s Winter Meetings this year, beleaguered outfielder Milton Bradley has apparently made a demand to the Chicago Cubs. Given his turbulent season, most expected the demand to be for a trade...

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  3. The Top-10 Reasons Jay Cutler Threw Five Interceptions This Week

    10. - He made a bar bet Wednesday night that he could pull a Mark Sanchez 9. - He saw himself on the jumbotron and thought it was a mirror 8...

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  4. Carlos Marmol Not the Solution to Chicago Cubs' Closer Woes

    The Chicago Cubs were picked by many to be the odds-on favorite in the NL Central. It hasn't worked out so well; they are having a bad year, to put it lightly...

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  5. Diamondbacks Pickup Of Clark Won't Solve All Ills...But It's a Start

    The Arizona Diamondbacks entered this year’s All Star Break much like they did last year: blindfolded, hobbled and tripping all over themselves in a vain attempt to win games on pitching alone...

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  6. Kevin Harvick Scores First Top-10 Since Richmond

    After several months of agonizingly bad finishes, on Saturday, July 12 Kevin Harvick scored his first top-10 finish since the May race at Richmond. The driver of the #29 Richard Childress owned Chevrolet finished third in the 2008 Lifelock...

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