Thursday, July 10, 2014

 
  • CLEVELAND (AP) — After seeing their best pitcher go on the disabled list and then having to endure a marathon game, the New York Yankees needed something good to happen. 
  • DETROIT (AP) — Max Scherzer pitched seven impressive innings, outdueling Zack Greinke and helping the short-handed Detroit Tigers beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-1 on Wednesday. 
  • SAO PAULO (AP) — The World Cup's second semifinal was supposed to put the silky skills of Lionel Messi and Arjen Robben in the spotlight. Instead, a goalkeeper and two rock-solid defenses stole the show. 
  • CLEVELAND (AP) — The Cavaliers have cleared a path for LeBron James to return to Cleveland. 
  • WASHINGTON (AP) — NCAA President Mark Emmert told a Senate committee Wednesday he supports "scholarships for life" and other reforms in how athletes are treated, then did such a good job of casting himself as a powerless figurehead that one senator told him: "I can't tell whether you're in charge or whether you're a minion." 
  • CLEVELAND (AP) — Michael Brantley did just about everything for the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday night. 
  • CINCINNATI (AP) — Jay Bruce homered again for a first-game win. Billy Hamilton finished off Cincinnati's biggest comeback of the season for a doubleheader sweep. 
  • BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil (AP) — With Neymar out injured, just about everyone in Brazil knew it would be tough against Germany. 
  • LAS VEGAS (AP) — LeBron James worked out and had a meeting agenda Tuesday. 
  • CINCINNATI (AP) — The Chicago Cubs had a runner in scoring position in each of the first six innings and managed only one unearned run on Jay Bruce's error at first base. After wasting those chances to take control, they fell apart. 
  • CLEVELAND (AP) — The New York Yankees got a major boost from their young pitchers Monday night. 
  • A federal judge on Monday granted preliminary approval to a landmark deal that would compensate thousands of former NFL players for concussion-related claims. 
  • CLEVELAND (AP) — There was no eye contact, nothing to indicate any reconciliation. The breakup of LeBron James and Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert was beyond bitter. 
  • The NCAA is suggesting that football teams hold no more than two contact practices per week during the season in guidelines that grew out of a safety and concussion summit early this year. 
  • LONG POND, Pa. (AP) — Juan Pablo Montoya noticed the Colombian fans waving flags and wildly cheering for him as he zipped toward the checkered flag. Moments after celebrating, Montoya ducked his way through the crowd waiting at Victory Lane and headed toward the grandstands to sign autographs and pose for pictures. 

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