1. Fantasy Baseball News and Notes for May 25, 2009

    News and notes from around the Fantasy Baseball world Brandon Phillips (CIN-2B) Phillips suffered a hairline fracture in his right thumb on Saturday while fielding a ground ball...

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  2. Fantasy Baseball News for May 23, 2009

    A look around the major league fantasy world. Manny Ramirez (LA-OF) Man Ram has started workouts again in Florida as prep for his return to the majors on July 3. Expect about a 10-game prep tour in the minor leagues prior to joining the Dodgers...

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  3. NASCAR Sprint Cup All-Star Race Preview

    It's All-Star race time this weekend for the NASCAR Sprint Cup from Lowe's Motor Speedway. All drivers winning a race in last years events or this years events have a spot in the race for one million dollars...

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  4. Matt Kenseth Wins Nascar's Nationwide Diamond Hill Plywood 200

    Kyle Busch ran into some bad luck Friday night at the NASCAR Nationwide race in Darlington. Kyle Busch was in control, much of the race. But Matt Kenseth was closing in with two laps to go, when a caution came out...

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  5. NASCAR Nationwide Diamond Hill Plywood 200 Preview

    The NASCAR Nationwide series invades Darlington, S.C., for tonight's Diamond Hill Plywood 200, which will be broadcast on ESPN2. Tony Stewart is the defending champion after edging Clint Bowyer in last year's race...

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  6. NASCAR Sprint Cup Southern 500 Preview

    NASCAR Sprint Cup celebrates 60 years at Darlington this weekend. As part of the celebration, the walls of the track have been given the retro white with red stripe look from the early days...

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  7. Kyle Busch Wins Sprint Cup Race at Richmond

    Kyle Busch gave himself a present on his birthday. After winning the Nationwide race on Friday, Roundy won the Sprint Cup race on Saturday night...

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  8. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Russ Friedman 400 Preview

    After a memorable Talladega race last week, the Sprint Cup moves to Richmond for some short track racing. The D-shaped three quarter mile track is a favorite of many of the drivers. Clint Bowyer won last years race in a close finish with Kyle Busch...

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  9. NASCAR Nationwide: Lipton Tea 250 Preview

    The Nationwide series moves to .75 mile Richmond International Raceway and a 7:43pm EST green flag on Friday night. Denny Hamlin is the defending champ, but is not entered into this weekends race...

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  10. Brad Keselowski Wins Sprint Cup Aarons 499 at Talladega

    In one of the wildest finishes in NASCAR history, Brad Keslowski collided with race leader Carl Edwards as they came towards the finish and as a result Edwards was thrown airborne and hit the retaining fence (above the wall) sending debris into the crowd.

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  11. NASCAR Places Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Casey Mears on Probation

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Casey Mears have been placed on probation by NASCAR until May 31, for their bumper car act last week in Phoenix. Mears made contact with Earnhardt with 11 laps to go in the race, which caused Junior to crash...

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  12. Mark Martin Wins NASCAR Sprint Cup Subway Fresh 500

    Starting at the poll and leading for the first 100 laps, Martin was in this race at all times. The first caution didn't wave until lap 54 (Sterling Marlin into the wall)and Martin and Kurt Busch spent most of the time up front...

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  13. Greg Biffle Wins NASCAR Nationwide Phoenix Race

    Greg Biffle won the NASCAR Nationwide Bushas' Supermarkets 200 on Friday night in Phoenix. In doing so, he gave owner Jack Roush his 100th win in the series...

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  14. Fantasy Baseball News And Notes 4/14/09

    Ichiro Suzuki (SEA OF)- Ichiro is back with the big club and says he will be in the starting lineup on Wednesday. Mark Teixeira (NYY 1B)- Tex is still day to day with a sore left wrist...

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  15. Fantasy Baseball News and Notes for Apr. 13, 2009

    Curtis Granderson (DET OF)- Granderson got a hit on Sunday to start the season on a six game hitting streak. Joe Saunders (LAA SP)- Saunders gave up for runs and saw his streak of 21-2/3 scoreless innings end in a loss on Saturday...

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  16. Angel Cabrera Wins the 2009 Masters

    Angel Cabrera won a thrilling Masters title on the second hole of sudden death over Kenny Perry. The two were joined by Chad Campbell on hole 18 for the first sudden death playoff hole...

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  17. Top 11 MLB Players To Make My Slow-Pitch Softball Team

    Let's say I have the current Major League Baseball rosters to choose from to fill out my slow pitch softball team. I have three main criteria that are softball specific to keep in mind: 1...

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  18. Fantasy Baseball News and Notes for April 9, 2009

    Troy Tulowitzki (Col SS)—Troy went yard for the second game in a row. Could be a come back year for Tulowitzki. Matt Holliday (OAK OF)—Holliday missed Tuesday nights game because of illness...

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  19. Fantasy Baseball Notes For Apr. 7, 2009

    Derek Lowe (ATL P)—Nice start for Lowe who went eight shutout innings in the Braves opener. Lowe gave up two hits, struck out four and did not give up a walk...

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  20. Jeff Gordon Wins NASCAR Sprint Cup Samsung 500

    It's Rick Hendricks Racing world and we are just watching it. Hendrick drivers Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson finished first and second Sunday in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Samsung 500 at Texas Motor ...

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  21. Kyle Busch Takes NASCAR Nationwide O'Reilly 300

    This just in. Kyle Busch is pretty good. Race favorite Kyle Busch was dominant and won the O'Reilly 300 at Texas Motor Speedway on Saturday...

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  22. Dave's Daily Fantasy Baseball Notes: April 4

    Ichiro Suzuki (SEA, OF) Ichiro has been placed on the DL for fatigue and a bleeding ulcer. Ouch. Travis Hafner (CLE, DH) Pronk has finally found his pop...

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  23. Liriano Up, Mauer DownTo Start Fantasy Season

    Daily Fantasy Notes Matt Wieters (Bal C)- For the most part is being let go as it is expected Matt will be in the minors for the first half of the season. For keeper leagues it's not that simple...

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  24. NASCAR Nationwide O'Reilly's 300 Preview

    Carl Edwards heads to Texas and the 1.5-mile oval in Fort Worth as the points leader in the Nationwide series. He will have plenty of his Sprint Cup buddies beside him when the green flag waves on Saturday...

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  25. Why Michigan State is Bad for the Final Four Host City and State

    I preface this by saying I'm not an economist. I'm just a sports fan. I cheer the home team and live and die with every second of an important game...

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