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Red Sox Slump Threatens Home Sellout Streak

The Boston Red Sox have sold out Fenway Park ever since 2003. But they're stuck in the basement of their division, losing 11 of their last 12 home games — and ticket resale prices are plunging. The Sox's skid is putting Major League Baseball's record sellout streak in jeopardy.
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Hikaru Nakamura: The Next Bobby Fischer?

The 2012 U.S. Chess Championships are under way in St. Louis, and all eyes are on America's top-ranked player, Hikaru Nakamura. At the age of 24, he's believed to have the best chance of any American since Bobby Fischer to become No. 1 in the world. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Nakamura, the "game changer" of American chess.
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Hikaru Nakamura, The Next Bobby Fischer?

The 2012 U.S. Chess Championships are underway in St. Louis, Missouri, and all eyes are on America's top ranked player, Hikaru Nakamura. At the age of 24, he's believed to have the best chance of any American since Bobby Fischer to become number one in the world. Host Michel Martin speaks with Nakamura, the "game changer" of American chess.
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White Sox Groom Saladino For Big League Play

David Greene checks in with Tyler Saladino, a minor league baseball player for the Chicago White Sox organization. As he works his way up to the majors, Saladino is currently an infielder for the Birmingham Barons in Alabama.

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