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Atlanta Hawks, State Farm reach agreement to rename arena

Atlanta Hawks, State Farm reach agreement to rename arena

ATLANTA — Philips Arena in Atlanta is being renamed for State Farm after a $192.5 million renovation.
Indiana couple weds at 'A League of Their Own' stadium

Indiana couple weds at 'A League of Their Own' stadium

HUNTINGBURG, Ind. — Two baseball fans have tied the knot at a southern Indiana baseball stadium that features in the 1992 movie "A League of Their Own.
Vancouver Whitecaps' Kamara, Ghazal and Waston to play with national teams

Vancouver Whitecaps' Kamara, Ghazal and Waston to play with national teams

VANCOUVER — A trio of Vancouver Whitecaps players are set to don the colours of their national teams next month. Striker Kei Kamara has been named to Sierra Leone's team and midfielder Aly Ghazal has been called up to play for Egypt.

Tuesday's Games

Tuesday's Games MLB American League Baltimore 12 Toronto 5 N.Y. Yankees 5 Chicago White Sox 4 Cleveland 8 Minnesota 1 Oakland 4 Houston 3 Kansas City 6 Detroit 2 National League Chicago Cubs 1 N.Y.
Cards pull interim tag, Shildt full-time manager thru 2020

Cards pull interim tag, Shildt full-time manager thru 2020

ST. LOUIS — Thrilled with the results, the St. Louis Cardinals thanked Mike Shildt.
Rogers wins major league debut, Orioles top Blue Jays 12-5

Rogers wins major league debut, Orioles top Blue Jays 12-5

BALTIMORE — When rookie Josh Rogers got into a jam in the fifth inning, Baltimore Orioles manager Buck Showalter was reluctant to take him out.

Josh Donaldson begins rehab assignment, goes 1 for 2 in first game with Dunedin

DUNEDIN, Fla. — Toronto third baseman Josh Donaldson began his rehab assignment on Tuesday with the Class A Dunedin Blue Jays — just days ahead of the Aug. 31 waiver trade deadline.
Zverev downs Polansky at US Open; Bouchard advances to second round

Zverev downs Polansky at US Open; Bouchard advances to second round

NEW YORK — Peter Polansky's luck ran out at the U.S. Open, while Eugenie Bouchard is moving through to the second round.
Gogolev: The future of Canadian figure skating is barely old enough to compete

Gogolev: The future of Canadian figure skating is barely old enough to compete

TORONTO — The future of Canadian figure skating weighs 88 pounds, but can already reel off a laundry list of quadruple jumps unlike any Canadian skater before him. And Stephen Gogolev is just getting started.

Canada's Lalor takes hot streak into women's baseball World Cup super round

Kelsey Lalor wasn't thrilled to open the women's baseball World Cup with a 0-for-2 day in Canada's first game of the tournament last week. So the outfielder made some adjustments and shook off some nerves. And she hasn't looked back since.