1. Yankees vs. Orioles: ALDS Broadcast Pregame and Live Coverage

    The Orioles will host the Yankees in Game 1 of the American League Divisional Series, with the game airing on TBS at 6 p.m. ET. The broadcast team is led by former Orioles great Cal Ripken Jr , who will serve as an analyst alongside John Smoltz ...

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  2. NLDS: Washington at St. Louis Broadcast Information and Live Coverage

    The Washington Nationals face the St. Louis Cardinals in St. Louis Sunday, with the game airing on TBS at 3 p.m. ET...

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  3. CFB: 5 Can't Miss TV Games on Saturday

    Each week I try to pick the five best college football broadcasts that will pack the most excitement into your Saturday...

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  4. MLB: New TV Deal with Turner, FOX and ESPN Nets $12 Billion for Baseball

    Today Major League Baseball announced a new deal with Turner Sports and Fox Sports Media Group to extend their contracts through the 2021 season. The deal along with the recently finished ESPN extension according to commissioner Allan H...

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  5. Jim Duquette: Nationals and Giants Are the Favorites to Be in the NLCS

    It is Tuesday, and Jim Duquette has just finished “ Power Alley ,” a show that he co-hosts with Mike Ferrin, every weekday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the MLB Network Radio channel heard on Sirius-XM ...

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  6. Tony Dungy on RGIII: He Is the Best QB Mike Shanahan Has Had Since John Elway

    It was a beautiful sunny morning and Tony Dungy was at Kramer Middle School in Washington on Monday to help Comcast kick off the second year of Internet Essentials, a program that helps low-income Americans get on the web...

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  7. College Football: 5 Games to Watch This Weekend

    OK, every weekend there are over 35 college football games that you can watch on television and even more if you factor in broadband. My goal each week is to give football fans a look at five games that are worthy of your time and consideration...

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  8. 2012 Ryder Cup: TV, Radio and Broadband Coverage and Times

    When the United States and Europe square off in this year’s 2012 Ryder Cup there will be a great deal of interest as most of the PGA ’s Top 10 including the World's No...

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  9. Liverpool and Manchester United Featured Teams in FOX's EPL-NFL Doubleheaders

    For the third straight year Fox will showcase English Premier League telecasts as part of their NFL doubleheader plans...

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  10. World Team Tennis: Venus Williams and John McEnroe Star in the Final 4 Weekend

    The Washington Kastles are hoping to retain their World Team Tennis Championship starting this weekend at the beautiful Family Circle Tennis Center in Charleston, S.C. That is the location of the WTT Final Four and the WTT Championship...

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  11. 2012 US Open: Super Saturday Washout Very Possible

    Every year, the final Saturday at the U.S. Open is a very special day. As a matter of fact, it has come to be known as Super Saturday . You have the men’s semifinal matches topped off by a primetime under-the-lights women’s finals...

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  12. 2012 U.S. Open: Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams, More Than Tennis Players

    Every time that Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams take the court, they command the attention of the fans. They are both known for their powerful serves and blistering ground strokes, but both women are far than just stars on the tennis court...

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  13. NFL: Was Art Modell a Villain, a Hero or Both? Depends on Who You Ask

    Yesterday, at the age of 87, Art Modell died. It did not take long for the press in Cleveland and Baltimore to react. Was he a hero or villain—or perhaps both? It depends on where you are from...

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  14. Cowboys vs. Giants NFL Opener: Al Michaels Is Excited About Another Season

    When Al Michaels entered the Monday Night Football booth for the first time over 25 years ago, there was no way he could have known what his future would hold...

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  15. US Open Tennis 2012: Access to the US Open on the Go Is Easy to Use

    It was a nice Labor Day weekend, so I thought it might be fun to watch the U.S. Open wireless and see how the app worked. Well, I am happy to say, using my laptop and a Samsung tablet with the Watch ESPN app on it—I was good to go...

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  16. MLB Network's Magrane: "The Future Is Now" for the Nats and Strasburg

    The Nationals have announced that Stephen Strasburg will pitch his last game of the 2012 season against the Mets on September 12 th in New York...

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  17. Andretti and IndyCar Optimistic Baltimore Will Have a 2013 Race

    As Ryan Hunter-Reay celebrated his victory at the Grand Prix of Baltimore Sunday after a wild race on the streets of Charm City, his win put him just 17 points out of first place...

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  18. 2012 IndyCar Series: All You Need to Know About the Grand Prix of Baltimore

    OK, you are coming to Baltimore and this is your first Grand Prix. What do you need to know? First, you need to know that your best mode of transportation in and out of the downtown area is the light rail ...

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  19. US Open Tennis 2012: Interview with Jim Courier

    The Tennis Channel and CBS tennis analyst Jim Courier was a former World No. 1 player. He won four Grand Slam titles, two Australian Opens and two French Opens. So even though he never won a U...

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  20. 2012 U.S. Open: Mary Carillo on Why the U.S. Open and New York Are a Good Fit

    CBS and Tennis Channel analyst Mary Carillo is a New Yorker—OK, well yes, she now lives in Naples, Florida, but she is proud of growing up in Douglaston, Queens just like her buddy John McEnroe ...

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  21. IndyCar 2012: Grand Prix of Baltimore Is a Family Affair for the Andretti Team

    The 2011 version of the Baltimore Grand Prix was a success at the gate with more than 100,000 attending the two-day festivities of American Le Mans races on Saturday and IndyCar racing on Sunday...

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  22. 2012 U.S. Open: Johnny Mac Reflects on Some of His Favorite U.S. Open Moments

    For John McEnroe , playing at the U.S. Open was coming home. He is a native of Douglaston in Queens, New York, about a 20-minute drive from the Billy Jean King National Tennis Center...

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  23. 2012 US Open Tennis: Brad Gilbert Likes Fed and Serena, but Neither Is a Lock

    As both a former player and coach, ESPN2 analyst Brad Gilbert has a rare perspective on the state of tennis entering the 2012 U.S. Open...

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  24. US Open Tennis 2012: Chris Evert Explains What Makes the Open So Tough to Win

    The U.S. Open starts Monday with coverage led by ESPN2. It will offer more than 100 hours of tennis from Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens, N.Y. The Tennis Channel will also be on hand, and CBS will broadcast weekends...

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  25. 2012 Olympics: The Who, Elton John and Adele Rumored to Close the Games

    The Olympic Games Closing Ceremony airs Sunday night at 7 p.m. ET on NBC, but the details of the festivities have largely remained a secret...

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