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MLB Names All-Stars

The first All-Star Game at Target Field will be the last to feature Derek Jeter. MLB announced the rosters for the big game. Jul 7, 2014 7:52 AM PT

Oakland A's Trade Later for Now

The Oakland Athletics traded away their 2013 and 2012 first-round picks, pitcher Dan Straily, and a player to be named later to the Chicago Cubs for starters Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel. Jul 5, 2014 4:26 AM PT

Oddly, 2018 World Cup Odds

Degenerate gamblers of Planet Earth, rejoice! The bookmakers have finally released the odds for the 2018 World Cup. Jul 3, 2014 9:01 AM PT

Belgium Sends U.S. Home, Spoils Tim Howard's Record-Breaking Performance

The U.S. men's soccer team survived the "Group of Death," but after traveling nearly 10,000 miles across Brazil, their run in the 2014 World Cup is over. And it ended in extra time. Again. In the opening minutes of the overtime period on Tuesday, Kevin De Bruyne finally got a shot past Tim Howard -- the U.S. goalie who had stonewalled red wave upon red wave of Belgium players throughout the match to set a World Cup record with 16 saves in a performance for the ages -- to give Belgium a 1-0 lead. Lukaku, the star striker who came on late from the bench, ran through Matt Besler to set up the goal. Jul 1, 2014 3:50 PM PT

'Flying Dutchmen' Alive in World Cup After Controversy: Did Robben Admit He Dove?

Holland has earned their "flying Dutchman" moniker this World Cup -- for better or for worse. During Sunday's game, wily and crafty Arjen Robben was challenged in extra time in the penalty box by Mexico defender and captain Rafa Marquez. After a challenge that was late and may have grazed Robben's foot, the Dutch star used that moment to flail his arms in the air and collapse in the penalty box. After the game, Marquez said Robben privately admitted to him that he dove on the decisive play. Jun 30, 2014 7:38 AM PT

World Cup Tourists Take Photos of Luis Suarez 'Biting' Them

World Cup tourists in Brazil are  having some fun with a toothy Luis Suarez ad on the streets. They are taking photos and selfies of him "biting" them after Suarez infamously bit an Italian defender last week. Jun 29, 2014 3:20 PM PT

United States Advances from 'Group of Death' After Messi Loss to Germany

Thomas Müller hammered home a rebound for Germany early in the second half to open the scoring, and Germany won the so-called "Group of Death" with a 1-0 victory over the United States on Thursday in a flooded Recife, Brazil. But the United States and coach Jurgen Klinsmann also advanced, defying many of the pre-tournamnet doubters. The bad news: the United States is now in a bracket that will most likely include Belgium and, if the United States advances from that game, potentially Lionel Messi's Argentina in the quarterfinals. Jun 26, 2014 11:00 AM PT

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