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148th Open Underway at Royal Portrush | UTV

Former Open champion Darren Clarke has relived forms glories in front of an adoring home crowd after taking an early lead in the 148th championship. The 2011 winner, given the honors of the opening tee shot at 6.35am at Royal Portrush, 15-foot birdie putt at the first Unfortunately, the Northern Irishman could not take advantage of the five-second after finding …

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Texas Rangers swept off Diamondbacks after 19-4 demolition

Well after the rumors this afternoon, perhaps the sale is now being sold in Arlington and with Rangers players saying they were not happy with those thoughts, Texas did not just come out tonight and give some reason to think the team should either stand pat or – sky prohibit – purchase at the deadline. Instead, Diamondback's seven runs before …

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Seeking Soccer Talent, Club Executives Turn to Speed ​​Dating

The informal structure has led to a waste of as much as 10 percent, said Rasmus Ankersen, which would amount to as much as $ 700 million based on FIFA's total figures. The savings, he said, could be more transparent in the market, where the clubs more easily knew which players were available and the needs of other teams. "There …

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Dodgers beat Phillies after long rain delay

PHILADELPHIA – The Dodgers made their first race on Wednesday's game three hours and 41 minutes before reaching their first match. Los Angeles also had its third corps of the night record one blow before the Phillies nestled their first knock in the evening, which did not arrive until exactly PHILADELPHIA – The Dodgers made their first race on Wednesday's …

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Don Mattingly Is Ready For Robot Umpires

Photo: Wilfredo Lee (AP) Marlins manager Don Mattingly watched his team get very nearly no-hit by electrifying Padres ace Chris Paddack Wednesday night, in What would have been the first no-hitter in Padres history. Paddack gave up his first hit, a solo dinger to Starlin Castro, in the bottom of the eighth inning, and eventually handed a two-run lead over …

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Will Redskins eventually get back on Desmond Harrison competitions?

Arizona Cardinals sent off aggressive tackle Desmond Harrison on Wednesday, beating Washington Redskins back into the free trade package market. Harrison has issued a vote for his arrest. But it wasn't long ago that Redskins was one of only two teams to claim Harrison after Cleveland released him. JP Finlay by NBC Sports Washington followed the same trail: "Redskins had …

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Boston Red Sox Potter David Price has not allowed us to change our minds

After reading Chad Finn's article about Dennis Eckersley, I felt good, I dare say, uplifted. Eck's story is a great, with high and low, successes, failures, redemption, glory and the ongoing battles in the journey of life. Hans is a story of real human interest, inspiration and infinite intrigue. As for Eck, I'm riveting. The bit of him would have …

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Chris Paddack takes no blow on bid in eighth

MIAMI – In light of the team that prepared him, Chris Paddack flirted with history on Wednesday night. Finally, he wasn't perfect. But he showed Marlins exactly what they lack. Padres "rookie right-hander traveled a perfect game in the sixth and a no-hitter into the eighth before Starlin MIAMI – Against the team that drafted him, Chris Paddack flirted with …

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