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Big East Commissioner John Marinatto says his league "might be open to a discussion" about allowing Syracuse and Pittsburgh to join the Atlantic Coast Conference for the 2013 football season.
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The Baltimore Orioles are no longer interested in free agent slugger Manny Ramirez.
Mike Green couldn't wipe the smile off his face. The elation was hard to hide. The Washington Capitals' defenseman four weeks removed from sports hernia surgery skated again Tuesday and appears on track to return to game action sooner rather than later.
Sisters Venus and Serena Williams will return to the reigning champion Washington Kastles, while John McEnroe and Martina Hingis are staying with the New York Sportimes after the World TeamTennis marquee draft.
The New York Knicks coach calls him "Linderella."
Bulls star Derrick Rose said his aching back is improving, and he doesn't expect any lingering problems.
Not a moment too soon, Carlos Tevez appears ready to apologize. It seems Manchester City's ostracized striker has tired of twiddling his thumbs and playing golf while frittering away millions in fines and earnings lost by not playing. He says he wants to be a soccer player again to _ try not to laugh _ "win over the fans."
Milwaukee has won its arbitration case against reliever Jose Veras, giving teams a 4-2 lead over players this year.