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Securing the second playoff berth in franchise history is just a start for the Tampa Bay Rays.
The New York Yankees staggered up to the finish line. Then, behind a dominant performance from CC Sabathia, they strode across it and into the playoffs.
Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig says the AL West champion Texas Rangers have what the franchise deserves, with stability and a great ownership group.
Manny Acta stopped himself in mid-sentence, closed his fist and knocked three times on top of his wooden office desk.
Third baseman Placido Polanco is expected to rejoin the Phillies for this weekend's season-ending series at Atlanta after getting a cortisone shot in his left elbow.
Experience has its place. Not necessarily at this Ryder Cup.
Phil Mickelson came to the defense of Rory McIlroy on Wednesday, calling him one of the classiest players in golf and his desire to play Tiger Woods is the goal of every player who wants to beat the best.
Felix Hernandez wants to start the season finale for the Seattle Mariners. Team officials will meet Thursday to decide if the AL Cy Young candidate will.
Looking for some extra passion, the European Ryder Cup team placed a phone call to Seve Ballesteros, the cancer-stricken former captain who took the event to new heights as a player.