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After Ownership Drama, Dodgers Want To Play Ball

After a soap opera featuring divorce, debt and a team held in the balance, the Los Angeles Dodgers will have a new owner by the end of April. But the team and its fans are ready to focus on the field.
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A Shot At The Buzzer Caps NCAA Drama

The madness marches on. Sunday holds eight more games in the NCAA Division 1 men's basketball tournament. On Saturday, thankfully, there were no major rip-up-your-bracket upsets, but there was plenty of drama.
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'Mushing Mortician' Breathes Life Into Fallen Iditarod Sled Dog

The final competitors of the Iditarod sled dog race are crossing the finish line in Nome, Alaska. Scott Janssen, a competitor they call "The Mushing Mortician," has had an unusually eventful race.
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A Basketball Wrap-Up, In Verse

NPR's Mike Pesca has a recap of Friday's NCAA tournament action, in rhyme.
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Heckling A Tradition At NCAA Tournament

Heckling fans are as much a part of the NCAA basketball tournament as cheerleaders or pep bands.
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Trial For New York Mets Owners To Start Monday

The civil trial for the owners of the New York Mets is set to begin Monday. The outcome could hinge on the question of "willful blindness" — whether Fred Wilpon and Saul Katz should have known that the Ponzi scheme run by their friend Bernie Madoff was too good to be true.

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