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  • Black Female Golfer Makes History

    Renée Powell, a pioneering African-American golfer who often fielded racism during her years on the Ladies Professional Golf Association Tour, recently made history by becoming one of the first female members of the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, which is considered the ...

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  • Johnson, Martinez, Smoltz, Biggio enter Hall of Fame

    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (AP) — Three pitchers who became dominant after trades and a rock-solid catcher-turned-second baseman have a new moniker — Hall of Famer. Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio were inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday and basked in the ...

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  • Should the NBA Move to Top 8 Playoff Format?

    The NBA is discussing eliminating the guaranteed playoff spot that accompanies division winners, and moving to a new structure that would award playoff berths to the eight teams in the Eastern and Western conferences with the best records. That potential move would remove the automatic bump ...

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  • Washington’s NFL Team Training Camp Preview

    Washington’s NFL team opens training camp on July 30 at their Bon Secours Training Center in Richmond, Va. Here are some storylines to keep an eye on as the team heads into camp, which runs through Aug. 16.   Quarterback Saga Continues The biggest storyline of training camp involves none ...

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  • With Dudley’s Absence, Wizards Must Refocus Game Plan

    When the Washington Wizards acquired former Milwaukee Bucks combo forward Jared Dudley this summer in a June trade, and followed up the move with signings of two free agent wingmen, it was obvious that “small-ball” would be all the rage in the District next season. Dudley operated out of both ...

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  • Orioles Face Major Question as Trade Deadline Approaches

    The Baltimore Orioles faced a serious concern as they entered the third week of action following the All-Star break. With a sub-.500 record, Baltimore stood seven games off the lead in the AL East as of July 26. A three-game series sweep at the hands of the division-leading New York Yankees ...

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  • Can Nationals Hang with Best Teams in Nat’l League?

    The second half of the season started off with a bit of unwelcomed familiarity from the Washington Nationals’ pitching staff as they played the blame for a loss in the first series of the second half of the 2015 Major League Baseball season. Washington lost a three-game home series, 2-1, ...

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  • Wizards’ Oubre Impresses after Solid Summer League

    Any concerns about whether or not Washington Wizards’ rookie swingman Kelly Oubre has a future in the NBA were quieted on Day One of the NBA summer league when he dropped 20 points and 10 rebounds and later silenced all doubts completely when he rounded out the tourney with 30 points while ...

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