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  • Giancarlo Stanton makes surprise return to Marlins

    Giancarlo Stanton makes surprise return to Marlins

    Manager Don Mattingly announced the move prior to the Marlins' game against the visiting Philadelphia Phillies. Stanton suffered a Grade 3 groin strain back in mid-August, and it was initially believed that a six-week recovery time was a best case scenario.

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  • Russian athletes lose bid to compete in Paralympics

    A total of 111 Iranian athletes will participate in the Paralympic Games, scheduled for September 7th to September 18th in Rio de Janeiro , Brazil. "The IPC is still developing the steps the Russian Paralympic Committee will need to take to meet its membership obligations", IPC spokesman Craig Spence said on Monday, reports Tass .

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  • Man Utd beat stubborn Hull City 1-0

    Man Utd beat stubborn Hull City 1-0

    Rashford struck a 92nd-minute victor, having replaced Juan Mata 20 minutes earlier, as United broke Hull's resolve to extend Mourinho's winning start at United. "We have changed the team, changed the dynamic, change the way people think about football, also the way we think day by day in the club". "We've got to focus on the global break but obviously we have the big game against Manchester City when we come back.

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  • Steelers Place Linebacker Bud Dupree On Reserve/Injured List

    Steelers Place Linebacker Bud Dupree On Reserve/Injured List

    Dupree can rejoin to the active roster in six weeks if the Steelers choose to make him the one player to come off the IR that they're allowed per season. On Aug 23, he said he was still unable to join team portions of practice. He recorded four sacks is his rookie year. The pain came in a burst that he tried to play through, he said, but ultimately couldn't.

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  • Retired Sevastova beats Konta, into US Open quarterfinals

    Sevastova - who retired from the sport in 2013 - will now play either eighth seed Madison Keys or Caroline Wozniacki in the quarter-finals in NY. "It was so tough to play her", said Sevastova, "But even though I had match point, I knew that with the sun at one end and the shade at the other I'd get another chance to break her".

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  • Wales boss Chris Coleman: 'We needed a good start to qualifying campaign'

    Wales boss Chris Coleman: 'We needed a good start to qualifying campaign'

    Bale got on the scoresheet himself in the 50th minute to take his tally of global goals to 23 - five behind Wales record-holder Ian Rush on 28 - and then added a late penalty. Bale setup Vokes with the opening goal and scored the third goal in what was arguably the pick of the bench. Had we come in at half-time 0-0, I may have changed it around tactically, to try and pose different questions, but once we got the goal , they had to come and attack us more and it left us more space to ...

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  • McIlroy rallies from 6 behind to win Deutsche Bank

    McIlroy rallies from 6 behind to win Deutsche Bank

    NORTON, Mass. (AP ) - A new putting coach. McIlroy rallied from six shots behind, closing with a six-under 65, to win the Deutsche Bank Championship for his first PGA Tour victory of the year. A further birdie on the 12th saw the world number five move to 15-under for the tournament. It was the 27-year-old's first tournament win since the Irish Open in May and first PGA title since May 2015.

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  • Hostile reception in Monza won't change Verstappen's tactics

    Hostile reception in Monza won't change Verstappen's tactics

    In the wake of the meeting, Verstappen and Red Bull Racing team manager Jonathan Wheatley met with Whiting, to clarify exactly what won't be acceptable in the future. When asked about Verstappen's behaviour at Spa, Alonso told reporters: "In the middle of the straight you are allowed to do one move as long as the other one is not alongside you, so everything fits".

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  • CHELSEA, Conte: "We need to sign a defender"

    The Blues were heading for a shock defeat until Michy Batshuayi came off the bench to equalise and Cesc Fabregas produced a superb assist for Diego Costa's victor. "It's a good family and a good team". "We have lots of players on the bench". Walter Mazzarri is still waiting for his first win after a 1-1 draw at Southampton on the opening day was followed up with this galling defeat.

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  • Roberta Vinci moves on in 3 sets at US Open

    Roberta Vinci moves on in 3 sets at US Open

    The youngest woman in the draw managed her first victor of the night on the first point of the fourth game and held serve to finally get on the board. "She's the best player right now on the tour aside from Serena [Williams]". Friday's fireworks display sent not only a loud message to the young Bellis on how far she needs to go, but to Williams.

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  • Ranieri adamant Leicester ready for Arsenal test

    Ranieri adamant Leicester ready for Arsenal test

    But with Vardy having rejected a move to Arsenal earlier in the window, not to mention Mahrez signing a new deal with the Foxes yesterday, Arsenal will have to look for new recruits elsewhere. "You give the player a normal holiday, and they are not ready to start the championship, or you don't give them the holiday and they are mentally and physically jaded".

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  • USMNT vs. St. Vincent and the Grenadines

    USMNT vs. St. Vincent and the Grenadines

    Vincent. Within two minutes, forward Bobby Wood gave the USA the only goal it would need, accepting a pass from captain Jozy Altidore near the top of the box and curling a long-distance shot inside the far post. Guatemala's Cristian Jimenez was sent off six minutes from the end but Ruiz headed home an equaliser two minutes later to keep alive their slender hopes of reaching their first World Cup Finals.

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  • Another one! Serena basks in grand slam milestone

    Another one! Serena basks in grand slam milestone

    Thiem blasted 47 winners, 20 in the last set, on his way to a 1-6, 6-4, 6-4, 7-5 victory over 39th-ranked Pablo Carreno Busta . "There is a huge pay difference in terms of male and female athletes in lots of sports", Williams said. And Williams grasped the challenge with both hands as she came through 6-2 6-1 to move level with Roger Federer's record for men . In the end, Murray prevailed and now finds himself three wins away from becoming the fourth player to reach all four major ...

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  • Pope declares Mother Teresa a saint and model of mercy

    Peter's Square at the Vatican, making the " saint of the gutters " - arguably the most famous charity worker of her lifetime - a bona fide Catholic saint just 19 years after her death. There were no official estimates for the size of the crowd on hand, but the Vatican said 100,000 tickets were issued, and police said they were told to brace for as many as 200,000 faithful, including many in standing-room-only sections.

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  • McLaren promotes Vandoorne for 2017 to replace Button

    McLaren promotes Vandoorne for 2017 to replace Button

    As we all know, you're not just a racing driver when you drive in F1, this is your life. McLaren-Honda today announced an innovative three-driver strategy for the 2017 and 2018 seasons. "Next year I will be an ambassador for this team", explained Button. "Jenson is capable of winning races and world championships but it's the physical grind of F1".

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  • Verstappen raises eyebrows again in Italian GP practice

    Verstappen raises eyebrows again in Italian GP practice

    While Sebastian Vettel in the quickest Ferrari was 0.453secs off Hamilton's pace, the nearly half a second between the German and Max Verstappen in the top-performing Red Bull is an encouraging sign. Daniel Ricciardo says Red Bull has "a bit of work to do" to cut the gap to Ferrari before qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix. Hamilton, a victor at the so-called Temple of Speed in each of the previous two seasons, is hoping to become the first driver since five-time champion Juan Manuel ...

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  • Hamilton takes Italian GP pole

    In securing the 56th pole of a career Hamilton also joined his great hero Ayrton Senna and the aforementioned Fangio to claim a record five poles at the so-called Temple of Speed. Rosberg, who once led this championship by 43 points, attempted to put a courageous face on the deficit of his margin to Hamilton. On a hazy late summer day, red-clad Ferrari fans lined the entire track, with banners dedicated to current and former drivers .

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  • Tropical Storm Hermine heads for Florida

    Tropical Storm Hermine heads for Florida

    The storm is expected to pick up speed and continue to weaken as it tracks across the southeast Friday and Saturday morning, nearly directly over Charleston and Myrtle Beach, S.C., and Wilmington, N.C. One of the hardest hit areas is the city of Ceder Key, where a nine foot storm surge and heavy rain swamped many roads in the island city. At least seven homes were damaged by falling trees, said Scott Nelson, the county's emergency manager.

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  • US Open: Nadal beats Kuznetsov in straight sets

    The timing and feel are still with Nadal in NY, and the two-time U.S. Open champion has demonstrated in his first three rounds that the speed and bounce of the courts, as well as the conditions under the roof at Arthur Ashe Stadium, suit him.

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  • Wilshere makes loan switch to Bournemouth

    Wilshere makes loan switch to Bournemouth

    Howe knows Wilshere's ability marks him as a standout player in the Bournemouth squad and believes the move could bring the best out of the midfielder. With Mesut Ozil occupying the No. 10 role Wilshere craves and central midfielder Granit Xhaka having arrived in the summer, Wilshere's prospects of being a regular starter have diminished.

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  • Police union: Officers may boycott 49ers over Kaepernick

    I love people ". "And I have to help these people". Nate Boyer , a former staff sergeant with the US Army Special Forces, or the Green Berets, wrote an open letter to the quarterback last week. That's why I'm doing this. "I just thought, you know, it's okay for me to do", he said . In response to Kaepernick sitting during the anthem last Friday, the NFL released a statement saying "players are encouraged but not required to stand during the playing of the national anthem ".

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  • Resilient Konta crushes Bencic to reach last 16

    Resilient Konta crushes Bencic to reach last 16

    Fortunately for her, newly-married Cibulkova hit 54. The U.S. Open remains the only major at which Kvitova has yet to reach at least the semifinals, but maybe she's started to figure out her annual trip to the Big Apple: Just don't practice.

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  • 'Boring' interview cost Van Gaal the Belgium job

    'Boring' interview cost Van Gaal the Belgium job

    According to the Daily Mail , the Belgian federation felt Van Gaal was "boring" and "exhausting" during a preliminary interview, in which he was asked to outline his vision for the team and for Belgian football. "Now it's different. I spoke with Mourinho and he was honest with me and that's what I like", Pereira continued. I think he's a very good coach, but unfortunately he couldn't keep his word to me about that.

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  • PGA Tour playoffs get start at The Barclays

    If an American wins this week, he will collect 1,485 points for the effort, which means a lot of guys now outside the top 8, but inside the top 20, still have a chance to play their way onto the team. He's only 23 and will have plenty of time to make some more coin. While it's hard to move from the bottom all the way to the top, the possibility exists thanks to a couple of tweaks the Tour made to the system over the past few years.

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  • Djokovic moves on at US Open after injured Vesely withdraws

    Unheralded American qualifier Ryan Harrison has scored the upset of the US Open, defeating Canadian fifth seed Milos Raonic in the second round. " It's mental maturity, a little bit of stabilization with everything around me that is allowing me to play with a sense of calm and also with excitement ", said Harrison, who turned pro almost a decade ago and reached a top ranking of 43rd in 2012.

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  • Zimbabwe police arrest 67 over anti-government protest

    As the central business district turned into a war zone, the emboldened protesters threw stones and tear gas canisters back at the police . "This is a peaceful march, it is not up to the police to choose which demonstration to encourage and which demonstration not to encourage", opposition spokesperson Douglas Mwonzora told reporters.

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  • Tony Romo begins rehab with 'no timetable' for his return

    Cowboys coach Jason Garrett wasn't ruling quarterback Tony Romo out of the regular season opener on Saturday and Sunday didn't find him delivering a different message. Garrett said he has expressed his disappointment to Elliott, who has apologized for his actions. "There is a specific to the hit he took the other night in the game".

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  • Eden Hazard: Chelsea players giving everything for Antonio Conte

    Substitute Victor Moses found the back of the net as Chelsea maintained their flawless start to the Premier League season with a 3-0 win over Burnley at Stamford Bridge , courtesy of first-half goals from Eden Hazard and Willian. However, he insisted that he has no problems in working with the current group of players he has at his disposal for the rest of the season. "After the first day I saw his will to work very well, to improve, to find good shape, but I also can tell that Eden's ...

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  • Rodriguez rescues 1-1 draw for Southampton vs. Sunderland

    Rodriguez rescues 1-1 draw for Southampton vs. Sunderland

    Jermain Defoe scored a late penalty eight minutes from time, after going down under pressure from the Southampton captain, José Fonte, after Jeremain Lens's low cross into the penalty area. "It was really tough in the opening period of 10 or 15 minutes when we never really got to grips with Southampton ", he said. "But I need a bit of help to get that going, we need a couple of results to go our way to get us up and running".

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  • Ramirez hits grand slam, Red Sox beat Rays 8

    Rays: RHP Jake Odorizzi (9-5, 3.53 ERA) is set to start Tuesday. Hanley Ramirez , who hit a grand slam to wipe out a 4-1 deficit in the fifth inning, walked against Erasmo Ramirez (7-10) and took second on a sacrifice by Sandy Leon. The Red Sox will promote Cuban infielder Yoan Moncada from Double-A Portland before Friday's game at Oakland. The Rays have won all of 56 games this season and needed to come from behind for 27 of them.

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  • Jose Mourinho hits back at Bayern Munich over Bastian Schweinsteiger

    Jose Mourinho hits back at Bayern Munich over Bastian Schweinsteiger

    The 32-year-old World Cup victor has been dropped from the first-team squad by José Mourinho , with the United manager also ordering him to train with the younger players. The 32-year-old only signed a three-year deal at Old Trafford last summer, but has fallen down the pecking order behind new signings Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan .

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  • Wieters' homer leads Orioles past Blue Jays 5-3

    Two of the Toronto Blue Jays' most reliable pitchers made some uncharacteristic mistakes, and the Baltimore Orioles made them pay. Zach Britton came on the ninth and earned his 39th save in 39 chances this season. Turner is two hits from tying the Nationals/Expos franchise record for a month, a mark shared by Daniel Murphy (May 2016), Marquis Grissom (June 1994) and Al Oliver (August 1982).

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  • Kevin Magnussen cleared to race at Monza for Italian Grand Prix

    Kevin Magnussen cleared to race at Monza for Italian Grand Prix

    Formula One was left holding its breath after Magnussen lost control of his vehicle through the notorious Eau Rouge corner before flying backwards into the tyre barrier on lap six of Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix. Ecclestone had requested 25 million euros ($28 million) per year. It had also been suggested in July that the management of the iconic Imola circuit had an agreement in place to host the Italian GP if Monza couldn't extend their contract.

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  • Swiss court to consider Russian Paralympic panel's appeal

    Swiss court to consider Russian Paralympic panel's appeal

    The Court of Arbitration for Sport last week dismissed an appeal against the ban. Artyom Patsev, a Russian sports lawyer, has said on the court's decision that is was predictable and it was senseless for Russia to file an appeal. According to the information, the NPC after several failed attempts to get funding from MOYS, chose to send a special request to the IPC for assistance, which was granted.

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  • Tom Brady returns after 'silly accident' with scissors

    Garoppolo will start the first four games of the regular season while Brady serves a suspension. "I learned from it and hopefully won't be operating any more scissors for a while". You never know. Last week was a good example. We can stop worrying about wearing number twelve is he was back in the Gillette Stadium confines you actually even spoke came out and spoke to the media in a press conference around noon time.

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  • NFL announces 2017 draft to be held in Philadelphia

    NFL announces 2017 draft to be held in Philadelphia

    The 2015 and 2016 drafts were held in Chicago after spending the last 50 years in New York City . The draft will be held on the Ben Franklin Parkway, April 28-30, 2017. Chicago opened opportunities to enhance the fan experience, including Draft Town, an interactive experience for fans in Grant Park. Brady said he's received confirmation from Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney of the city's plan to host the event in April and contribute $5 million to making it happen.

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  • F1 Italian GP: Vettel apologises to Raikkonen for Spa T1 bungle

    F1 Italian GP: Vettel apologises to Raikkonen for Spa T1 bungle

    Asked by Autosport whether he believed Verstappen's insistence he would not change style just because others were criticising him, Ricciardo replied: "He will if everyone keeps giving him a hard time". "I've no interest to call Max into it but obviously if somebody says during the race that he does something because of what happened in the first corner, that it's payback, I don't think it's the correct sport to start purposely paying back something that has happened before".

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  • Angels superstar Mike Trout involved in serious auto crash after game

    Angels superstar Mike Trout involved in serious auto crash after game

    Trout is one of the most beloved members of the Angels by many . The collidion unfolded just before 9 p.m. Wednesday on the 55 Freeway at McFadden Avenue, according to California Highway Patrol officers. The Angels stadium has an entire section, The Trout Farm, named after the all-star player. "We will update as more information becomes available", Angels general manger Billy Eppler said in a statement .

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