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His contract was terminated by the Kings after they learned he is being investigated by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Alexander O'Connor, 12, was wearing a white T-shirt with "PENN TENNIS CAMP" in navy blue lettering across the front, and he fell in among a dozen or so other campers who had gathered at the courts behind Franklin Field on Tuesday, all of them wanting autographs from the once-famous tennis player with the famous absentee father.
That doesn't float his boat Wade Boggs is selling the boat the owner of the Tampa Bay Rays gave him for getting his 3,000th hit with the team, according to ESPN.
Andy MacPhail, who at season's end will take the reins as the new Phillies' president, said he never liked the word evaluate.
The announcement that Andy MacPhail had been hired to become president of the Phillies was the news of the day on Monday, but it was far from the most newsworthy event that took place in Citizens Bank Park.
New front-office leader Andy MacPhail says he will do all he can to help the Phillies embrace the analytics movement.
WASHINGTON - Elena Delle Donne, pride of Delaware, hit a new frontier, scoring 45 points last week for the Chicago Sky. It was her second 40-point game of the young WNBA season.
Five Royals lead all-star voting Toronto third baseman Josh Donaldson and Seattle designated hitter Nelson Cruz have moved ahead in fan voting for starting spots in the All-Star Game.
Even before his two-night RBI binge at Yankee Stadium reached a level of utter ridiculousness, Maikel Franco was already drawing a lofty comparison.
Sam Hinkie is the guy you want next to you when you're robbing a bank. He is the guy you can tell a secret and be sure that it is safe with him. He is a man with a plan and good luck trying to get him to tell you exactly what it is.
The Sixers have dropped, relative to their January standing, while their peers have changed as well.
Marlins' Stanton undergoes surgery on hand Miami Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton underwent surgery Sunday on his broken left hand, and the timetable for his return remains four to six weeks.
Tough break for Stanton, MarlinsFor the second year in a row, Giancarlo Stanton's chances of winning the major-league home run title have been hurt by an injury. The Miami Marlins slugger has a broken left hand, which is expected to sideline him four to six weeks.