1. Rafael Nadal's Cliches Are Music to Ears of Tennis Fans in Spain

    Rafael Nadal 's comments at Monday's news conference in advance of the Davis Cup final between Spain and Argentina were enough to put most of us to sleep. The Spaniard talked about being "very excited," trying his best and wanting to win...

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  2. Report: Broxton Signs with Kansas City

    The Red Sox have lost out on another free agent closing option. According to Ken Rosenthal, Former Dodgers closer Jonathan Broxton has reportedly signed a one-year-deal with the Kansas City Royals...

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  3. Report: Sox in the Mix for Buehrle

    The Red Sox , despite the never-ending manager's search, haven't neglected other aspects of the operation......

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  4. Phils' Prospect Galvis to Shut Down Dec. 15

    Freddy Galvis’ winter-league season will end on Dec. 15, according to Phillies assistant general manager Benny Looper...

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  5. Phils Longing for the Catcher Who Got Away?

    When the Phillies traded three prospects to the Blue Jays for Roy Halladay in the winter of 2009, nobody expected that two years later Travis d’Arnaud would be shining brighter than Kyle Drabek and Michael Taylor...

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  6. Phillies Release Scott Mathieson

    The Phillies announced that they released right-hander Scott Mathieson to allow him to pursue an opportunity with a professional team in Asia. The move leaves 39 players on the club's 40-man roster...

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  7. Amaro: Reyes Not a Priority for Phillies

    ESPN.com's Jayson Stark got to the bottom of the Jose Reyes sighting in Philly, including comment from Phillies GM Ruben Amaro, who unequivocally suggested Reyes is not a priority...

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  8. Phils Invite Eight Players to Spring Training

    PHILADELPHIA -- The Phillies announced Wednesday they had signed eight players to Minor League contracts with invitations to Spring Training as non-roster players.....

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  9. Garrard Not Option for Reeling Texans

    The Houston Texans are in desperate need of some quarterback depth -- but they won't get it from free agent David Garrard...

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  10. Here's How Titans Could Still Win Division

    We put some of our best people on a project this morning at AFC South blog headquarters and asked them to look at how the Titans could catch and pass the Texans to win the division...

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  11. Barwin Misses Out on Player of Week Award

    Texans outside linebacker Connor Barwin had a team-record four sacks, six quarterback hits and a team-high 10 tackles on Sunday at Jacksonville , but it wasn’t enough to earn AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors...

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  12. Kubiak Thinks Delhomme Will Be 'a Good Fit' for Texans

    The Texans tabbed Jake Delhomme to back up new starting quarterback T.J. Yates, with the former Carolina Panther emerging as the best option from a two-man Tuesday tryout that included Jeff Garcia...

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  13. Building the Ultimate MLB 25-and-Under Team

    This year's National League Cy Young winner was Clayton Kershaw of the Los Angeles Dodgers, and deservedly so. He earned it by leading the league in wins, strikeouts and ERA in a breakout year for the budding superstar...

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  14. Giants vs. Saints: 5 Halftime Adjustments New Orleans Must Make

    Finally, the powers that be at the NFL scheduling department have given us a real doozy for Monday Night Football ...

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  15. Giants vs. Saints: 5 Halftime Adjustments New York Must Make

    Finally, the powers that be at the NFL scheduling department have given us a real doozy for Monday Night Football...

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  16. Hot Stove Report: Cincinnati Reds

    If ever you doubt that oft-heard line “you can never have enough pitching,” just look at the Cincinnati Reds ...

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  17. Casey, Driessen, Reilly to Reds Hall

    Three-time All-Star Sean Casey, Big Red Machine infielder Dan Driessen and 19th century first baseman John Reilly will be the next three players inducted into the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame...

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  18. Report: White Sox Show Interest in Alonso

    In his Baseball Whispers column, the Chicago Tribune’s Phil Rogers says the Chicago White Sox are wondering whether Yonder Alonso can become a solid left fielder...

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  19. 2011 MLB Trade Rumors: Reds Shopping Yonder Alonso

    According to Tim Brown of Yahoo! Sports, the Cincinnati Reds are actively shopping young slugger Yonder Alonso this offseason. In return for Alonso, the Reds are looking for what they consider to be a number two starter...

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  20. Lots of Questions For Kevin O'Connor, Jazz as the End of Lockout Nears

    While tweeting and sweating up a late-night storm after learning about the NBA 's labor resolution, C.J. Miles reminded everybody of an important fact. "No I am not a free agent," Miles wrote on Twitter...

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  21. Utah Jazz: NBA's Shortened, Frantic-Paced Season May Help Jazz

    NBA fans are about to go from a famine to a feast when it comes to the basketball buffet. The modified 2011-12 schedule won't be released until the new collective bargaining agreement is officially ratified by players and owners this week...

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  22. Utah Jazz: Will D-Will Return to Utah in 2012?

    Now before we get our hopes up, I’m not implying that Deron Williams will return to Utah as a free agent in 2012, if that’s what you were thinking. If it does happen, it will be with the Nets ...

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  23. Welcome Back, Blake Griffin

    Welcome back, Blake! It was nice following you on Twitter, seeing you in commercials and funny skits and on red carpets at award shows during the lockout...

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  24. Expectations Raised for Clippers

    When dawn broke Saturday morning to the news that the NBA and its players had reached a tentative deal, power forward and dedicated cinephile Blake Griffin tweeted, "This must be ...

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  25. Griffin and Gordon Help Solidify Clippers in a Shortened Season

    The Clippers may have missed the playoffs again last season, as they finished with a 32-50 record and with the third-worst record in the Western Conference, but there is hope in Clipperland for the 2011-12 campaign...

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