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Griffey Jr goes to Hall with Mariners cap, Piazza with Mets

Ken Griffey Jr. will go into the Hall of Fame with a Seattle Mariners' cap and Mike Piazza will have a New York Mets' hat. The pair made their announcements at a news conference Thursday, a day after they were elected by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.

Communities banking on mega youth sports complexes

Youth sports travel is scoring big as communities across the United States build multisport complexes crammed with state-of-the-art fields, rinks and courts in hopes of drawing not only tournaments for kids crazy about sports - but also parents who spend big on transportation, hotels, food and family entertainment.

Bowl Guide: Best of the season’s record 41 bowl games

College football has a record number of bowls, a whopping 41 from Hawaii to the Bronx. That's great news if you're a college football fan....

Nonprofits to NFL: Stop pushing fantasy sports on kids

The National Football League should stop offering fantasy sports competitions to children because the games could lead some young sports fans down the path of gambling addiction, two nonprofit groups said in letters sent to Commissioner Roger Goodell.

Cowboys QB Tony Romo retiring, replacing Phil Simms at CBS

Tony Romo couldn't bring himself to use the word "retired" and didn't have an answer for whether he would have decided to replace another former quarterback in Phil Simms as lead analyst for CBS if he hadn't lost his starting job in Dallas.

Tebow has drove in 9 runs, struck out 9 times with...

An update on Tim Tebow's baseball season...

3 sponsors cut ties with Sharapova after positive drug test

Sportswear giant Nike, Swiss watch brand Tag Heuer and German luxury car company Porsche moved quickly to distance themselves from the five-time Grand Slam winner after she announced the positive test at a news conference in Los Angeles on Monday.

COLUMN: NFL needs to stop blowing smoke when it comes to...

"Cannabis saved my life," the 41-year-old Turley said. "I believe cannabis can save football."

VIDEO: Middle school basketball player impaled by loose plank on court

A 14-year-old middle school basketball player was impaled in the abdominal area while sliding on the court during a game in Middleton, Wisconsin this week. The girl slid while trying to make a play on the ball during a tournament game, and stopped abruptly as a piece of the fieldhouse floor became lodged in her stomach area.

A short history of the best championship sequels in sports

A short history of the best championship sequels in sports
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