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Kershaw gives up 5 runs in Dodgers’ 7-2 loss to SD

LOS ANGELES – The Dodgers knew they would be playing without the struggling center fielder Matt Kemp in the series finale against San Diego. They also didn’t get the usual start from ace Clayton Kershaw, either. Kershaw gave up five runs – three earned – and seven hits Wednesday night in the Dodgers’ 7-2 loss...
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Tigers down Mariners in 14 innings

SEATTLE – The moment Dustin Ackley’s line drive left the bat, Justin Smoak knew he was going to get waved home by third base coach Jeff Datz. After nearly 4 1/2 hours of baseball and with Seattle running out of players, there really wasn’t another choice. ”I knew off the bat I was trying to...
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Seattle signs Winfield to 1-year deal

RENTON, Wash. – Once he was cut in Minnesota for cap reasons, veteran cornerback Antoine Winfield made it a point to have his representatives reach out to the Seattle Seahawks to see if he could fit with one of the more talented defensive back units in the NFL. Seattle was plenty interested in adding a...
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Clips win 6th straight over Blazers

LOS ANGELES – Chauncey Billups is back in the starting lineup for the Los Angeles Clippers, just in time to begin what they hope is an extended run in the playoffs. The veteran guard’s mere presence was enough for his teammates in their sixth straight win, 93-77 over the Portland Trail Blazers on Tuesday night....
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Warriors’ Stephen Curry on verge of 3-point record

OAKLAND, Calif. – Stephen Curry is two shots shy of setting a new NBA standard, and the question circulating around the Golden State Warriors locker room ahead of the season finale at Portland on Wednesday night is when – not if – he will break Ray Allen’s single-season record of 269 3-pointers. ”He should be...
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Mariners

Tigers 6, Mariners 2

SEATTLE – Doug Fister has pitched enough in his career at Safeco Field to know just how difficult it is – even with shorter fences – to hit a line drive out anywhere near center field. Miguel Cabrera made it look simple. ”That’s a hard spot to hit the ball out and he did it...
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Diamond Sports: KU-N. Valley face off for first place

The Klamath Union Pelicans have won all three games to open up the Skyline Conference schedule, with all three victories coming as part of a four-game winning streak at their home field, Leo Bocchi Field. Now, the Pelicans face their first conference road test at fellow-undefeated North Valley (4:30 p.m. – 960 the Sports...
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SOU-OIT rivalry resumes on softball diamond

After losing both games against Concordia last weekend, the defending Cascade Collegiate Conference champion Oregon Tech Owls find themselves third in the league standings. Road wins against conference rival Southern Oregon Tuesday afternoon would help OIT’s chances of a title repeat. Oregon Tech softball coach Greg Stewart With a sweep, Southern Oregon can dramatically help its...
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Mariners

Mariners place Pryor on 15-day DL

SEATTLE – Right-handed reliever Stephen Pryor has been placed on the 15-day disabled list by the Seattle Mariners after he suffered a tear in a muscle in his back. Seattle made the move on Monday, the Mariners’ first off day of the season. Seattle said a corresponding roster move would be made on Tuesday prior...
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Oakland Raiders

3 Raiders sign tenders before 1st official workout

ALAMEDA, Calif. – Defensive back Brandian Ross, offensive lineman Alex Parsons and running back Jeremy Stewart all have signed their exclusive rights tenders with the Oakland Raiders. The team announced the signings on Monday, the first day of official offseason workouts for the Raiders.
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