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Judge Orders File Release of World Series Ticket Scandal

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – A judge has ordered the St. Louis Police to release their files on the 2006 World Series ticket scandal.

Police have released the first round of documents and we’re expecting more. 217 more words

News

Little Leaguer with 2 Dads Rejects White Unis After Labor Day

HINGHAM, MA – Making it to the postseason is always a challenge. But for Taylor Mansford of Hingham, playing baseball into Fall is especially difficult. His Dads have a major issue with his club’s attire. 236 more words

Culture

The Incredible Mister Gibson

Robin’s bedroom held the usual assortment of objects one would expect to find in the space occupied by a teenage girl but there were some odd and seemingly out of place items as well.  1,153 more words

BlitzBokke to kick-start preparations at Windhoek Sevens

The Springbok Sevens training squad will head to Windhoek at the end of the month to play in the SAFLAND Windhoek Sevens tournament. The rugby event in the Namibian capital takes place on 25 and 26 September and will be the squad’s first serious on-field action as part of their pre-season training programme. 299 more words

Rugby

Yanks take 12-1 lead, then have to sweat it out

The Yankees ended the trip in Boston the way it began in Atlanta with a blowout victory, although matters got a bit dicey in the late innings, which is typical of life at Fenway Park. 818 more words

Chase Utley: Reigniting the Conversation

Now that the Chase Utley trade conversations have cooled down, I wanted to take some time to reignite the conversation. Rumors had been circulating for sometime that had Chase Utley moving to a possible contender to make another run at the playoffs, until finally, the rumors became a reality. 649 more words

Cards Call-Up Three on First Day of Expanded Rosters

By:  Jim Tsapelas

It’s September 1st and with that magical date, Major League Baseball teams are allowed to expand their ML rosters to forty from the season long twenty-five players.  216 more words

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