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Barry Bonds Hits 754

Posted: 07/27/2007 - Hammerin' Hank, here comes Barry Bonds. Bonds hit his 754th career home run Friday night, moving within one of tying Hank Aaron's record.

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Royals Rock Rangers

Posted: 07/27/2007 - Brian Bannister and Billy Butler were the stars in Kansas City's 6-to-1 win over Texas.

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Smyth alone at top as Watson falters at Senior Brittish

Posted: 07/27/2007 - Des Smyth (smihth) shot a second-round 70 to take the lead at the Senior British Open, while Tom Watson lost out on a chance for a share of the lead when he missed a five-foot putt on the last hole.

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Nike Suspends Vick Contract

Posted: 07/27/2007 - Nike Inc. said Friday it suspended its contract with Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick and will pull goods with his name off the shelves at stores the company owns.

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Sooners, Irish To Meet in 2012-2013

Oklahoma Sooners

Posted: 07/27/2007 - The University of Oklahoma and Notre Dame are planning on playing a home-and-home series in football in 2012 and 2013.

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Royals Continue Home Stand With Rangers

Posted: 07/27/2007 - After series against Cleveland, Boston, Detroit and the Yankees, the Royals will face another hot team this weekend when the Rangers visit Kauffman Stadium for a three-game series.

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Willie Pless To Be Added To KU Football Ring Of Honor

Posted: 07/27/2007 - Willie Pless, one of the best defensive players, not only in school history, but Big Eight Conference and Canadian Football League history, will have his name added to the University of Kansas Football Ring of Honor this fall.

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Royals Snap 3 Game Skid

Posted: 07/26/2007 - Jorge De La Rosa combined with two relievers on a six-hitter as Kansas City blanked the New York Yankees 7-to-0, ending the Bombers' six-game winning streak.

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Ewing, Weber, Smith Set for Shrine Bowl Broadcast

Posted: 07/26/2007 - Veteran Kansas sportscaster Stan Weber will reach a milestone when he provides color commentary during the telecast of the 34th Kansas Shrine Bowl on July 28th

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T-Bones Drop Rubber Game To Edmonton 12-7

Posted: 07/26/2007 - The Kansas City T-Bones fell 12-7 Thursday afternoon at TELLUS Field to the Edmonton Cracker-Cats. Edmonton was led by the bat of third basemen Aaron McEachran who knocked in four RBI including the game's first two runs that gave the Cracker-Cats the lead that they would not surrender the rest of the afternoon.

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Geist Prepares for Shrine Bowl

Updated: 07/26/2007 - East coach Blake Pierce of Seaman won't have to look far to find a defensive stopper for the 2007 Kansas Shrine Bowl. He'll have a member of his high school team's arch-rival on his side in the person of Topeka Hayden's Ryan Geist.

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Royals need a stop from De La Rosa

Posted: 07/26/2007 - The Royals enter Thursday night on their biggest losing streak in over a month and will turn to their most inconsistent pitcher to put them on track.

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T-Bones Coast Past Cats, 15-2

Posted: 07/26/2007 - One day after falling 13-0 to the Edmonton Cracker-Cats, the Kansas City T-Bones returned the favor in a 15-2 victory at TELUS Field. Kansas City pounded out 18 hits to Edmonton's five in the win.

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K-State Baseball Assistant to Coach UCM

Posted: 07/26/2007 - The University of Central Missouri baseball program reached back into its championship past to hire the 13th head coach in school history as former Mules assistant Tommy Myers topped a field of more than 100 applicants, athletic director Jerry Hughes announced today.

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West Shrine Bowl All-Stars Playing for a Cause

Posted: 07/26/2007 - One thing is for sure --- neither of the Shrine Bowl All-Star teams has uttered a complaint about two --- or even three work-outs a day since they returned from their visit to the Shriner's Hospital in St. Louis.

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