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Yankees drop two to Angels

If you read the news this week you heard about the troubles in the Los Angeles Angels organization, between players, coaches and management. It was first a rumor that general manager Jerry DiPoto had been fired after a fued with manager Mike […]

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If you read the news this week you heard about the troubles in the Los Angeles Angels organization, between players, coaches and management. It was first a rumor that general manager Jerry DiPoto had been fired after a fued with manager Mike […]

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Women’s World Cup: Timing is everything

On Tuesday (June 30) the United States Women's National Soccer team punched their ticket to Sunday’s World Cup final with a convincing 2-0 victory over the top ranked German

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Women’s World Cup: Team USA beats China

Saying goodbye is never easy when the person you are saying it to has meant so much to your success. In sports, it often results in fan outrage, players

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U.S. Women’s World Cup team scores mediocre win

The United States Women's National Soccer Team has played four games so far in the World Cup and three of those have resulted in mediocre performances. At some point

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Savage Eagles baseball team enjoys major league experience at Camden Yards

The Savage Boys and Girls Club’s U-12 travel baseball team, the Savage Eagles, recently experienced a practice they’ll never have again, as the squad took the field at Oriole

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Stanley Cup goes to Chicago

After suffering two disappointing losses in a row to the Chicago Blackhawks in this Stanley Cup Final, the Tampa Bay Lightning found themselves back at the United Center in

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Golden State over powers Cavaliers

Photo above: Tristan Thompson of the Cleveland Cavaliers grabs a rebound in the first half of Thursday’s Game Four. After Game Three of the NBA Finals it should have been clear

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Women’s World Cup: Familiarity ends in draw

When two teams that are as familiar with each other as the United States and Sweden square off in a World Cup match, it often results in a boring

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Blackhawks win tight game at home

Photo above: The two teams take the ice for Game Four of the 2015 Stanley Cup Final. If you watched Game Three of the Stanley Cup Final, you saw a game

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Women’s World Cup victory for Team USA

What a difference gender makes. Had the U.S. Men’s National Team opened the World Cup with a 3-1 victory, fans would be celebrating the performance. However, there should not

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