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At least one "Rally Squirrel" was caught in his tracks.
Life is pretty sweet for your average D.C. sports fan these days. The Washington Redskins are riding a division-leading 3-1 record into the bye week, and the Capitals are ready to kick off their season with legitimate title hopes on the line.
The frustration in New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck is obvious.
A squirrel ran across home plate in the fifth inning of the NL division series game between the Phillies and Cardinals on Wednesday night.
Favorites to win it all, the Philadelphia Phillies are banking on Cole Hamels' big-game background in St. Louis.
The NFC East seems to always have its way with the NFC West.
New York Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora expects to play for the first time this season and he is coming back with the chip on his shoulder.
With two-time Pro Bowl defensive end Justin Tuck battling a groin issue and a persistent neck injury, Osi Umenyiora could not have picked a better time to get back into the New York Giants' lineup.
Soaked with beer and champagne, Albert Pujols and Lance Berkman embraced in the St. Louis Cardinals plastic-wrapped clubhouse, basking in a celebration no one thought possible less than a month ago.