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Wilson delivers crisp inning in spring debut

The Giants hope that Brian Wilson’s Cactus League debut Sunday served as a preview of what can be expected in the regular season.

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Right Field Is Right For Beltran

In my first professional spring training with the Cubs, I learned a hard lesson. One morning, during an outfield drill with our instructor, Jimmy Piersall, we decided to work on communication.

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Kaymer #1

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Kaymer #1

Despite rising to the No. 1 spot in the world rankings, Martin Kaymer insissts that he’s nothing like German sporting greats

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Rory Sabbatini wins Honda Classic by 1

Walking off the second tee Sunday, Rory Sabbatini veered left and stopped, peering toward a patch of 3-foot grass and the lake behind it.

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GRAND-AM: Ganassi, Turner Give BMW Sweep At Homestead-Miami

Bouncing back from a drive-through penalty early in the two-hour and 45-minute race, the No. 01 Telmex Riley-BMW fought its way back to the lead, as Pruett got around the SunTrust Racing Dallara-Chevrolet of Max Angelelli with seven laps to go.

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Rangers Romp Flyers 7-0

The Blueshirts more than received the desired result they were seeking, routing the Eastern Conference-leading Philadelphia Flyers 7-0 behind Ryan Callahan’s career-best four-goal, five-point performance and Henrik Lundqvist’s league-leading ninth shutout.

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Islanders Get 4-2 Victory Over Blues

The first indicator that Saturday’s matinee wouldn’t finish pretty for the Blues came 4½ minutes into the first period with a 2-on-1 rush for New York.

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Toews shines in Hawks’ eighth straight win

Jonathan Toews scored a goal to extend his points streak to nine games and the Blackhawks won their eighth straight game, beating the Maple Leafs 5-3 on Saturday night.

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Mark Martin Wins at Las Vegas

Martin took the checkered flag Saturday for the 49th time in the Nationwide Series

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Elway hired as vice president of football operations for Denver Broncos

Elway was hired as vice president of football operations by long-time friend and Broncos owner Pat Bowlen days after Denver ended a disastrous 2010 season in which it went 4-12.

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