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DENVER — Don Mattingly's best-case scenario for his bullpen Saturday had him calling in a pitcher to protect a last-inning lead. Asked who that pitcher might be, Mattingly hesitated. "The closer," he said before the Dodgers' 7-6, 10-inning loss....
Injured New York Yankees infielders Mark Teixeira and Kevin Youkilis are ready to start minor league rehab assignments. Both players took part in an extended spring-training game Tuesday, then said they were leaving the Yankees' minor league complex...
Moments after center Mike Richards woke up Wednesday, he realized he could enjoy a rare and welcome luxury. The Kings' seven-game playoff victory over the San Jose Sharks, completed on Tuesday with a 2-1 triumph at Staples Center, had launched them into...
The Washington Nationals put Stephen Strasburg on the 15-day disabled list because of a strained muscle in his back. The Nationals made the move Wednesday after Strasburg skipped a scheduled bullpen session that was supposed to determine whether he could...
St. Louis right-hander Jason Motte will have season-ending Tommy John surgery next week to replace a torn ligament in his right elbow. Mott, who had 42 saves last season as the Cardinals' closer, has not pitched this season. He had been rehabbing and...
PARIS — The Los Angeles Philharmonic's resident conductor Lionel Bringuier is enjoying a rapid rise in the world of classical music. With three concerts this week at Walt Disney Concert Hall, the young Frenchman will complete a six-year stint in...
Tags: Culture, Music, Arts and Culture, France, Music Industry
The Fabulous ForumCaptain Mary Joe Fernandez on Tuesday named Melanie Oudin, Bethanie Mattek-Sands, Liezel Huber and Long Beach's Vania King to the Federation Cup team that opens 2011 play Feb. 5 and 6 in Belgium. The Belgians tentatively expect Kim Clijsters, who......
Akron Beacon JournalCLEVELAND Browns rookie free safety Jamoris Slaughter is ready to take the next major step in his comeback attempt and his young career. Slaughter has been sidelined this offseason while rehabilitating from a ruptured left Achilles' tendon he suffered...
Tags: Detroit Lions, Brian Hoyer, Football, John Greco, Norv Turner
Dear Pharmacist: What do you recommend for strains, sprains and spasms? I'm an athlete and have something happen all the time! — T.S., Dallas, Texas Dear T.S.: Great you're committed to staying fit, I'm a gym junkie myself. Studies prove how...
Shortly after Matt Ancona started running to lose weight, his competitive nature kicked in. He ran a marathon, then a triathlon, and within three years he had completed an Ironman triathlon. Hoping to get faster, he sometimes trained for 20 to 25 hours...
What are your (early) projections for Alshon Jeffery? How will he fare in the new offense? -- @ken d mccarthy, from Twitter I will be surprised if Jeffery does not take a significant step forward in his second season. He is a pretty special talent. I...
Akron Beacon JournalBEREA, Ohio Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson expects to be ready for the first practice of training camp July 26 despite sitting out the team's three-day mandatory minicamp this week with a strained muscle in his right shin. "I still expect...
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