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Slugger Jim Thome is headed to the Baltimore Orioles, whose struggling offense is in dire need of some punch.
Danell Leyva has gone from Cuban refugee to Olympian.
Yaroslava Shvedova of Kazakhstan became the first player in a Grand Slam tournament to win every point of a set on her way to beating French Open runner-up Sara Errani 6-0, 6-4 Saturday in the third round of Wimbledon.
Forget about whether a tree falling at Congressional Country Club makes a sound if nobody is around to hear it. There was another musing to ponder after violent thunderstorms battered the metro area Friday night, leading tournament officials to ban spectators and volunteers Saturday morning:
The red jersey on Stephen Strasburg's back was practically maroon, drenched in sweat as soon as he took the mound. His movements were laborious, his breath heavy between each pitch.
If this week in America's heartland is any indication, Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte are going to put on quite a show in London.
Late in D.C. United's 3-0 win over the Montreal Impact on Saturday, the skies hanging over RFK Stadium finally opened. As the rain began to pour, the season-high 18,302 in attendance sang in full voice, basking both in Mother Nature's brief relief from the oppressive heat and in their first-place club's sixth-straight win at home.
Andy Roddick put his hand to his mouth and blew a kiss to the crowd as he walked off Centre Court to generous applause after a third-round loss at Wimbledon on Saturday.
Jimmie Johnson thought somebody had traded paint with his motorhome.