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Why Are Baseball's No-Hitters No Longer Rare?

And the no-hitters keep on coming. Matt Cain pitched a perfect game for the San Francisco Giants Wednesday night. It was the fifth no-hitter in Major League Baseball this season and it's only June. Audie Cornish talks to sportswriter Stefan Fatsis about where Cain's performance ranks in the record books and why no-hitters, which used to be rare, are now seemingly routine.
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Thunder's Rally Falls Short As Miami Takes Game 2

The Miami Heat held off a late rally by the Oklahoma City Thunder to win 100-96, tying the series.
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In Sports: Tiger Tied For Second, Miami Ties Up NBA Finals

Woods was in good position after Day 1 of the Open. Meanwhile, LeBron James and the Heat held off Kevin Durant and the Thunder.
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NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder Has Youth On Its Side

Oklahoma City is on top in the NBA Finals. The Thunder is playing great team basketball, despite their youth and relative inexperience.
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U.S. Olympic Team Sprints Ahead With Electronic Health Records

Transporting reams of athletes' medical information has become a major burden for the U.S. Olympic Committee. So the committee has decided to transition from paper to electronic records to track the complex medical care of Olympians.
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Time To Tee Off: Who Do You Want To Win Golf's U.S. Open?

Play begins this morning at The Olympic Club in San Francisco, where the best golfers from around the world have gathered for the U.S. Open. Will you be rooting for Tiger? Phil? Bubba? Or someone else?

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