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Ventura, Royals continue pursuit of AL’s top record

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With the Twins clinging to their postseason hopes by a thread, left-hander Tommy Milone gets the ball for the middle game of a crucial series with the Royals on Saturday at Target Field.

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Royals turn to Medlen for rubber game with Sox

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Kris Medlen's last start of the season might also be his most important. The right-hander will get one last chance to make his case to start in the postseason for the Royals when he takes the mound against the White Sox on Thursday night at U.S. Cellul...

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Huskers Survive Another Final-Play Thriller

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Don’t look away before the final second of the game.  For the third time in four games this season, the outcome of Nebraska’s game wasn’t determined until the final play.   After building an early lead, the Huskers faltered in the second half against Southern Miss, allowing the Golden Eagles to get back into the […]

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Dyson forces extras with sac fly in pivotal 9th

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Jarrod Dyson came through with a sacrifice fly to medium right field that scored Lorenzo Cain from third in a game the Royals went on to win in walk-off fashion, 4-3 in 10 innings.

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Riley says no time for panic

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Nebraska coach Mike Riley says it is time to correct mistakes and not panic as they prepare for Saturday’s game against Southern Mississippi. Nebraska is 1-2 for the first time since 1981 after a 36-33 overtime loss at Miami. “These guys care, everybody cares and everybody is hurting”, said Riley. “But, there is a lot of […]

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Royals’ magic number at 4 despite walk-off loss

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Ian Kinsler belted a leadoff homer in the bottom of the 11th inning off rookie reliever Miguel Almonte to give the Tigers a walk-off win for the second straight game in the series, this time, 6-5, on Saturday night at Comerica Park.

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Kinsler celebrates 2 walk-off wins in 1 game

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Ian Kinsler might have become the first player to have two walk-off celebrations in the same game. Replay overturned the first. His 11th-inning home run, on the other hand, was undeniable.

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Miami Leads Nebraska After Three Quarters of Play

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Miami’s fast start remains the difference in the game as Nebraska trails 30-10 after three quarters of play. Miami started the game with a 17-0 first quarter, but since that point the game has been evenly matched.  Miami led 20-3 at the half and start the third quarter quickly with a touchdown on their first […]

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Miami Bolts to Fast Start Against the Huskers

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Nebraska is on the road for the first time this season and Miami has owned the game so far.   The Hurricanes have jumped out to a 17-0 lead over the Huskers after the first quarter.  Miami scored touchdowns on each of the first two drives as quarterback Brad Kaaya amassed 141 passing yards in […]

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Solid Cueto a sight for sore eyes

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Johnny Cueto looked a great deal like Johnny Cueto on Friday night. This was not Cueto at the absolute top of his game. But this was Cueto being good enough to win. And that is very, very good.

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Football player suspension decision ends up in court

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A play made during a football game last Friday between Omaha Central High School and Creighton Prep ended up in a courtroom battle Thursday. Central High’s Brandon Wagner was thrown out of the game and given a one game suspension for what was considered an illegal hit and then for taunting that player. The Nebraska […]

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