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The Washington Nationals were quite popular among the baseball media during spring training, drawing postseason predictions from multiple prognosticators. Virtually everyone spoke highly of the Nats' rotation, bullpen, defense and core youngsters.
Daniel Woolard isn't exactly the most attention-grabbing individual.
The New York Jets have hired longtime NFL official Neil Glat to be their new president.
Provincial authorities have filed an appeal of the sentence given to former hockey coach Graham James on sex-abuse charges.
Braden Holtby was brilliant, and his Washington Capitals teammates knew it. As the Boston Bruins celebrated their 1-0 overtime victory, Caps players consoled their young goaltender who was the prime reason they even had a chance to steal Game 1 at TD Garden on Thursday night.
Detroit center Darren Helm will miss the rest of the playoffs after surgery to repair tendon damage in his right arm after being hurt in Game 1 against the Nashville Predators.
To a generation of TV and film fans, Alex Karras will forever be the loving adoptive dad on the 1980s sitcom "Webster" or the big guy who punched a horse in 1974's "Blazing Saddles." Before his acting days, he was a football star, a three-time All-Pro defensive tackle for the Detroit Lions in the 1960s.
Danny Briere loves a good comeback. Yet the Philadelphia Flyers winger would prefer it if his team didn't wait a period or two before coming to life.
World champion Spain remained at the top of FIFA's monthly rankings, and Uruguay rose to a new high of third.