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4 weeks ago

Toronto manager ignites baseball backlash with ‘dresses’ comment

The manager of the Toronto Blue Jays faced a backlash on Wednesday after saying players might have to "wear dresses" because umpires in Tuesday's game enforced a new slide rule designed to take deliberate contact out of baseball.

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4 weeks ago

Day heads stellar cast to set up a Masters special

If a standout movie is guaranteed by a stellar cast, then the Masters is shaping up as one of the best in recent memory with all of the game's leading players having produced superb form over the past three months.

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4 weeks ago

Thursday’s Sports Minute

Here's a look at some of today's big sports headlines.

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4 weeks ago

Peyton Manning good at football, not good at karaoke

The Super Bowl champ joined country singer Lee Brice on stage on Monday night in Nashville and let's just say we don't expect a recording contract to be forthcoming.

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4 weeks ago

Villanova, UNC title game had record-low ratings

It made for exciting basketball. But the NCAA championship game didn't make for great TV ratings.

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LeBron tops Power 100 list for third straight year

It marked the third consecutive year that James, who plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers, topped the list while Stephen Curry, who led the Golden State Warriors to an NBA title last year, shot into second place from 45th.

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4 weeks ago

Five players to watch at the 2016 Masters

Jason Day will arrive at Augusta National as the hottest player in the game.

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4 weeks ago

Patriots fans sue NFL over lost ‘Deflategate’ draft picks

Seven New England Patriots fans sued the National Football League on Tuesday, asking a judge to reverse a decision by the league to strip the team of a first-round pick in this month's draft over allegations of underinflated footballs.

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4 weeks ago

Wednesday’s Sports Minute

Here's a look at some of the big sports headlines making news today.

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1 month ago

Watch Kyle Busch surprise a fan in traffic

Coming off a win at the STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway, the NASCAR driver gives a fellow motorist the surprise of a lifetime.

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1 month ago

Twitter to stream NFL Thursday night games

Twitter was bidding against a number of companies, including Verizon, Yahoo, and Amazon to win the deal.

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1 month ago

Thirty years since ‘Golden Bear’ turned back Masters clock

Three decades ago, Jack Nicklaus was no longer the 'Golden Bear' and had been labeled the 'Olden Bear' by some.

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1 month ago

Nickelodeon star Alex Wolff cast as Boston bomber

The former Nickelodeon star, 18, and newcomer Themo Melikidze will play the Tsarnaev brothers, who masterminded a terrorist attack during the marathon in Boston, Massachusetts in 2013.

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MLB: Newcomers span and Murphy have impressive debuts

Denard Span had quite a debut for the Giants in their 12-3 win over Milwaukee.

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1 month ago

Dramatic buzzer-beater earns Villanova NCAA title

Villanova beats North Carolina in final of NCAA Tournament, wins first title since 1985.

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1 month ago

Tuesday’s Sports Minute

Here's a look at some of the big sports headlines today.

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37 mins ago in Entertainment

‘Oregon Trail,’ ‘Sonic’ join World Video Game Hall of Fame

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Last year, "Super Mario Bros." and "Pong" were among the first inductees to the World Video Game Hall of Fame. The class of 2016 is just as strong.

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Seth MacFarlane returning to Fox with new sci-fi series

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The "Family Guy" star is producing a new series set 300 years in the future.

7 hours ago in Music

‘You can’t always get what you want,’ Stones tell Trump

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The Rolling Stones told Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump on Wednesday to stop using the band's music for his campaign after artists such as Adele and R.E.M. made the same request.