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The NCAA: Is Membership Worth It?

Following Kentucky's college basketball victory, commentator Frank Deford wonders about the ethics of the NCAA.
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Critics: Suspending Marlins' Manager Not Enough

The manager of the Miami Marlins, Ozzie Guillen, apologized for comments praising Fidel Castro on Tuesday. Guillen has been suspended for five games because of the remarks. He now says he'll do whatever he can to repair relations with angry Cuban-Americans.
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Marlins Suspend Guillen After Castro Comments

The Miami Marlins suspended manager Ozzie Guillen for five games after he apparently told Time magazine that he loves Cuba's Fidel Castro and respects him for holding power for so long. At a news conference in Miami, Guillen apologized and said his remarks were misinterpreted by the reporter.
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'Winding Up' As The Mets' Knuckleball Pitcher

New York Mets pitcher R.A. Dickey is currently the only knuckleball pitcher in the major leagues. His new memoir, Wherever I Wind Up, explains how his life — and career — have mimicked the unpredictable trajectory of the difficult pitch he throws game after game.
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Miami Marlins Manager Ozzie Guillen Suspended For 'I Love Fidel' Comment

The Miami Marlins manager incensed many Cuban-Americans with comments praising Fidel Castro.
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Miami Outraged Over Guillen's Castro Comments

The new Major League Baseball season isn't even a week old, and already there's controversy brewing. Ozzie Guillen, the new manager of the Miami Marlins, is holding a news conference Tuesday to apologize for recent comments he made about Cuban leader Fidel Castro.

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