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Reports: Albert Pujols Has Signed To Play For The Angels

Considered by most experts to be the best active player, Pujols has 445 career home runs and a .328 career batting average. He would be leaving the St. Louis Cardinals.
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Cricket's Sehwag Smashes Tendulkar's Record

Less than two years after India's Sachin Tendulkar achieved cricket superstardom by recording a "double century" in an international match, his record has been broken.
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A Bird's-Eye History Of Walking On Stilts

In 1411, the count of Namur banned the use of stilts in the Belgian city. Over the past 600 years, the elevated footwear has been used for everything from putting up drywall to fishing and even jousting.
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In Mass., A Football Call Draws Controversy

Robert Siegel speaks with Robert Holmes, Boston Globe high school sports editor, about the controversial call on Massachusetts high school football player Matt Owens. Owens raised his arm at the 24-yard line as he ran for a touchdown during a game, but the touchdown was nullified because Owens displayed unsportsmanlike conduct.
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Runner John Carlos: No Regrets On Olympic Salute

The long fight against injustice was symbolized by the image from the 1968 Olympics — when two African-American sprinters stood on the medal podium with their heads bowed and single fists thrust into the air. The moment turned the men into outcasts in their own country.
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Though Accusers Are 'Credible,' No State Charges Against Syracuse Coach

The local prosecutor says the statute of limitations prevents him from making a case against Bernie Fine. The former assistant basketball coach says he did not sexually abuse the two accusers when they were boys. Federal charges are still possible.

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