England do not always have everything their own way in their annual meetings with Italy: in years past, they have lost out at the scrum, conceded ground in the territorial battle, given best in the fight for possession and even finished second in the try count. They seldom get the better of Martin Castrogiovanni, the wild-haired swamp monster of the Azzurri set-piece, or Sergio Parisse, the …
MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Was it gamesmanship or a genuine misunderstanding? The murky issue of cheating reared its ugly head at the Australian Open on Thursday as world number one Victoria Azarenka took a controversial timeout on the verge of her semi-final victory against American teenager Sloane Stephens. Leading by a set and 5-4, the defending champion had just missed five match points when she …
World number one Victoria Azarenka was unfussed to have needed three sets to advance to the fourth round of the Australian Open on Saturday, believing the win will only benefit her as her title defence wears on.
The Minnesota Orchestra, one of the finest between two coasts, has been silent for almost the whole of this season. The board want to cut the musicians wages while spending $50 million on a new lobby – according to one narrative. The musicians are obdurate, according to another.
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Minnesota: the rights and wrongs of an ugly, endless confrontation
Fister made six total starts for Seattle and Detroit against the Indians last season. He was 3-1 with a 1.62 ERA, striking out 38, walking five and allowing just 27 hits in 39 innings.
Tuesday's prep results Tuesday, May 8, 2012.
Tuesday's prep results
the ugly american
Keith Bogans, now a member of the New Jersey Nets, faced his former team for the first time since the Chicago Bulls kicked him to the curb. Despite his seething rage , things did not turn out well for Bogans and the Nets last night.
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Keith Bogans is Mad at the Chicago Bulls for Waiving Him
(Reuters) – Kyle Stanley never contemplated pulling out of this week’s Phoenix Open at the TPC Scottsdale even after his agonizing loss at San Diego last week. The big-hitting American led by three shots playing the last at Torrey Pines before an ugly triple-bogey eight brought him undone. He was eventually beaten in a playoff by Brandt Snedeker but decided to stick to his original plan and play …
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Stanley returns to PGA Tour after Torrey nightmare
(http://cdn.svcs.c2.uclick.com/c2/04dd59b02110012f2fca00163e41dd5b?width=750.0) Today is Martin Luther King Day, and I get to celebrate on two shows! Randi has the day off, so I’ll be guest hosting for her this afternoon. We’ll talk Martin Luther King and the many events and activities happening tod …