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The NFL says it will keep looking at plays from recent seasons after a league investigation found that the New Orleans Saints paid bounties to players for knocking opponents out of games.
The Diamondbacks' field crew used a combination of cotton candy and lemonade to help disperse a swarm of bees that delayed the San Francisco Giants split squad's 11-1 win over Arizona for 41 minutes in the second inning Sunday.
Seattle Seahawks fans might want to consider stocking up on Skittles. Marshawn Lynch is staying put.
Michigan State standout freshman Branden Dawson is out for the rest of the season after injuring his left knee against Ohio State.
Sean Burnett worked through his repertoire pitch by pitch, knocking off the rust in a bullpen session typical of the early days of spring training. It would be a few more days before he and his fellow Washington Nationals pitchers had a chance to face batters, so Burnett was throwing for an audience of one - catcher Sandy Leon.
Ashley Young scored twice to power Manchester United to a 3-1 victory at Tottenham on Sunday, in effect knocking the hosts out of the Premier League title race while keeping the heat on first-place Manchester City.
Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Corey Hart needs surgery on his right knee that will sideline him for up to a month.
Bad penalties and plenty of time spent killing them are bad enough for any hockey team. The Washington Capitals have dealt with their spells of discipline problems this season, but lately the situation has been worse.
Alex Ovechkin shouldered the blame. The Washington Capitals captain committed the turnover that led to the Philadelphia Flyers' only goal in a 1-0 loss Sunday.