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The field is set for next month's 2011 U.S. Championship as veteran GM Gregory Kaidanov and 16-year-old newcomer GM Ray Robson of Florida grabbed the last two spots in the 16-player field.
Joe Garagiola Jr. will replace Bob Watson as Major League Baseball's disciplinarian.
Joe Garagiola Jr. is replacing Bob Watson as Major League Baseball's disciplinarian, and Los Angeles Dodgers assistant general manager Kim Ng is joining the commissioner's office to work as an aide to Joe Torre.
Grady Sizemore takes one final, healthy cut in the batting cage and scoops up a few stray baseballs scattered on the infield grass. After pausing to sign autographs for a few fans, he heads off to the next phase of his daily workout.
In one of the most impressive performances by an American player in decades, GM Hikaru Nakamura on Sunday won the 73rd Tata Steel Wijk aan Zee premiere section over an all-grandmaster field that included world champion Viswanathan Anand, former world champion Vladimir Kramnik and world No. 1 Magnus Carlsen of Norway.
Ford Motor Co. is the most profitable it's been in a decade, since the days when Americans were snapping up SUVs. But maintaining that momentum — and meeting the high expectations of buyers, workers and investors — will be a big challenge in the coming year.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman says that if shortstop Derek Jeter ever does switch positions, the outfield would be a good fit.
Weeds drove me out of the sugar-beet business. Now lawsuits threaten to do the same to others.
Two top Democratic strategists said Sunday that President Obama has the nation moving in the right direction, downplaying polls that suggest Republicans have a big edge heading into November's midterm election.