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Yelich ties career high with 5 hits in Brewers’ 7-3 win

Milwaukee’s bold offseason moves for Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain are working quite well so far. Yelich tied his career high with five hits to lead a dominating performance by … Click to Continue »

Braves acquire catcher Perez from Angels for IF Schimpf

The Atlanta Braves have added catching depth by acquiring Carlos Perez from the Los Angeles Angels in exchange for infielder Ryan Schimpf. The Braves needed help at catcher after they … Click to Continue »

Sabres D Antipin taken off ice on stretcher at Nashville

Buffalo coach Phil Housley says Victor Antipin is doing good but the Sabres will know more Sunday about the defenseman who was taken off the ice on a stretcher to … Click to Continue »

Badji nets hat trick, Rapids beat Union 3-0

Dominique Badji scored three goals and the Colorado Rapids got their first win of the season, beating the Philadelphia Union 3-0 on Saturday night. Badji opened the scoring in the … Click to Continue »

Hot-hitting Bogaerts homers, Red Sox hold off Rays 3-2

Xander Bogaerts is off to a blistering start for the Boston Red Sox. The hot-hitting shortstop homered in his second three-hit game of the season, keying a 3-2 victory over … Click to Continue »

Bryant’s 3-run double in 10th helps Cubs beat Marlins 10-6

A night after scoring one run in 17 innings, the Chicago Cubs’ offense showed what it is capable of. Ben Zobrist had a tiebreaking RBI single and Kris Bryant followed … Click to Continue »

Michigan D faces toughest test yet with ‘Nova for NCAA title

Michigan has shored up the deficiency that always held it back, becoming one of the nation’s best defensive teams, not one of its worst. Out-shooting teams, no longer necessary. This … Click to Continue »

3s please: Villanova sets F4 record in 95-79 win over Kansas

To sum things up, Villanova was feelin’ it Saturday night. Like every night that ends in “Y” for the Wildcats. Like all these games where they walk away with a … Click to Continue »

The making of Romeo Langford: A quietly crafted superstar

“New Albany is now known as Romeo’s home.”




When the tears dried, Loyola realized its place in college basketball lore

Fully aware of what they’d done, Loyola’s players reveled in their run.


4-story hotel collapses in central India, killing 10

A four-story rickety hotel building collapsed in central India, killing at least 10 people and injuring three, police said Sunday. Rescuers working through the night with sledgehammers and chain saws … Click to Continue »

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