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Beer Bust: Yankees Rename 'Craft Beer' Stand At Stadium

Faced with criticism and ridicule, the New York Yankees have yanked a sign touting a "Craft Beer Destination" stand at their stadium, after beer fans noted that all the products are from MillerCoors. At other ballparks, genuine craft beer is easy to find.
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A Controversial Drop Puts Woods Behind On Final Day Of Masters

It's the final round of the Masters on Sunday, and American Brandt Snedeker and Argentine Angel Cabrera share the lead at 7 under par. Pre-tournament favorite Tiger Woods is 4 shots behind, which isn't bad considering what he went through on Saturday.
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There Might Not Be Crying In Baseball, But There Is Aging

Weekend Edition Sunday host Rachel Martin talks to NPR's Mike Pesca about aging pitchers and the skills that keep them in the game.
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Down To The Putt: Golf Analytics Gain Traction

Numbers crunching has become a big deal in sports. Analytics have been slower to take hold in the tradition-bound game of golf, but it is happening. NPR's Tom Goldman reports on the phenomenon from the tournament most steeped in tradition, the Masters.
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Woods Given Two-Stroke Penalty At Masters, Avoiding Disqualification

Tiger Woods has been given a two-stroke penalty at the Masters, a tournament he's won four times, after a review found that he performed an illegal drop on the 15th hole of his second round Friday. Woods faced a possible disqualification for the foul.

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