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Indians flexing muscle with A. Belle bobblehead

Indians flexing muscle with A. Belle bobblehead

CNNSI.com Updated Feb 13, 2013
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Albert Belle will flex his muscles for the Indians one more time.
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  • Empty park stirs memories of spring with Steinbrenner

    Empty park stirs memories of spring with Steinbrenner

    MLB.com Feb 13, 2013
    Inside some decaying chain-link fencing is a ballpark that has more to do with mothballs than curveballs -- Fort Lauderdale Stadium, erstwhile Spring Training home of the Orioles and, before them, the Yankees.
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  • Bryant McKinnie "wants to come back, he likes it in Baltim…

    Bryant McKinnie "wants to come back, he likes it in Baltimore," agent says

    baltimoresun.com Feb 13, 2013
    Baltimore Ravens left offensive tackle is a pending unrestricted free agentThe agent for Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie has an answer to general manager Ozzie Newsome's question regarding whether the former Pro Bowl blocker wants to return, an
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  • My Encounters With Ray Lewis's Deer-Antler Hookup, The Man Who …

    My Encounters With Ray Lewis's Deer-Antler Hookup, The Man Who Could Change The History Of Sports (Or Something)

    deadspin.com Feb 13, 2013
    "You're on the phone with someone who could change the history of sports," said Deer Antler Man. More »
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  • AFC North links: Cody's rough year

    AFC North links: Cody's rough year

    ESPN.com Feb 13, 2013
    Baltimore Ravens A less-than-positive review of Terrence Cody's season, from Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun. Wilson: "It was a rough season by all accounts for Ravens noseguard Terrence Cody. The massive former second-round draft pick was contro…
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