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Hundreds of friends, family and well-wishers have gathered in Brownwood, Texas, for the funeral of 39-year-old Shannon Stone, who fell to his death trying to catch a souvenir baseball at a Texas Rangers game.
A fan trying to catch a ball during Major League Baseball's Home Run Derby found himself dangling over a pool deck roughly 20 feet below after being caught by his brother and a friend.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson is urging baseball's All-Stars to speak out against the Arizona immigration law, saying they should follow the example set by Jackie Robinson when he broke the game's color barrier more than a half-century ago.
Carlos Bocanegra was sitting in a little cafe Sunday morning, watching the U.S. women's thrilling comeback against Brazil in the World Cup quarterfinals in Germany.
Those beat-up legs that cut short seasons, and eventually a career, would never have sat still for China's greatest moment.
Less than two weeks before some training camps are scheduled to open, the NFL remains in labor limbo.
Spain's Luis Leon Sanchez won the ninth stage of the Tour de France on a wild day of crashes, while France's Thomas Voeckler finished second to take the leader's yellow jersey from Thor Hushovd.
A rookie wage scale and free agency for veterans appear to be the biggest stumbling blocks to ending the NFL lockout.
As workers pieced together plastic tables and hammered the last tents into place Sunday, Aaron Baddeley got an idea of just how punishing a British Open course can be when you don't hit the ball straight.