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As the Washington Nationals' were paring their spring training roster, preparing for their first round of cuts Monday, third base coach Bo Porter saw Corey Brown's name on the list and put in a plea to keep him.
For the Washington Wizards, trying to put together a few wins starts with small steps.
One week after Tiger Woods showed some of his old magic, he hobbled off the golf course with an old injury.
San Antonio Spurs point guard T.J. Ford abruptly retired Monday following the latest scare to his surgically repaired spine that once sideline him for an entire NBA season and hampered the dazzling promise that made him a college star.
Stanford, Connecticut and Notre Dame have received No. 1 seeds in the women's NCAA tournament.
Top-ranked Novak Djokovic defeated Kevin Anderson 6-2, 6-3 to reach the fourth round of the BNP Paribas Open on Monday, while American men had mixed results, with No. 8 Mardy Fish and Andy Roddick knocked out and John Isner winning.
Mike Scott and fellow fifth-year senior Sammy Zeglinski were seated with coach Tony Bennett between them when the team gathered to watch the NCAA selection show. When the Cavaliers heard their named called, Scott was the first to his feet.
Tomas Vokoun is fond of saying that it's hard for the Washington Capitals to win when they don't score goals. Scoring at least one is vital; "it's pretty simple math," he stated after a shutout loss in January.
Tiger Woods said Monday night his left Achilles tendon is mildly strained and he is hopeful he can still play next week at Bay Hill.