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Trade Puts Distance Between Family, Dog and Pitcher

Trade Puts Distance Between Family, Dog and Pitcher

nytimes.com Updated Feb 13, 2013
Blue Jays pitcher Mark Buehrle will live apart from his wife and two children this baseball season because of the family's pit bull -- and the trade from the Marlins.
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  • U. of Miami test baseball team for PEDs, HGH

    U. of Miami test baseball team for PEDs, HGH

    CNNSI.com Feb 13, 2013
    CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) -- Every University of Miami baseball player underwent testing recently for performance-enhancing drugs, including human growth hormone, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press.
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  • As James's Game Takes Off, Comparisons Are Harder

    As James's Game Takes Off, Comparisons Are Harder

    nytimes.com Feb 13, 2013
    With six consecutive basketball games in which he has scored at least 30 points and shot 60 percent or higher, LeBron James is on a great roll for any field.
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  • Fans and media sometimes react faster than FOs

    Fans and media sometimes react faster than FOs

    miamiherald.com Feb 13, 2013
    The most asked questions I'm getting on twitter lately are 1. When will the Dolphins new logo be announced and 2. Will the Dolphins be interested in trading for Percy Harvin? Well, we know the answer to one of those questions. The Dolphins have said the…
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  • LeBron James’ record-setting scoring/shooting continues in Heat…

    LeBron James’ record-setting scoring/shooting continues in Heat win over Blazers (VIDEO)

    yahoo.com Feb 13, 2013
    It's admittedly kind of a weird statistical achievement, an odd record to hold - "most consecutive games scoring 30 or more points while hitting at least 60 percent of your shots" isn't exactly going to replace "56-game hitting streak" or "100 points in
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  • Reviewing recent history of No. 12 pick

    Reviewing recent history of No. 12 pick

    ESPN.com Feb 13, 2013
    The Miami Dolphins will be the third AFC East team to select in the first round of the NFL draft. The Dolphins have the No. 12 overall pick in April. Let’s take a look at the recent history of the No. 12 pick and what this means for Miami. 2012: Fletche
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  • Wednesday morning one-liners

    Wednesday morning one-liners

    profootballtalk.com Feb 13, 2013
    Said Dolphins G.M. Jeff Ireland of the team’s $44 million in cap space and nine draft picks, “We’re in a position, a very good position, to utilize some of our cap space to bring some veteran players on our football team, and then we’re in a very
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  • LeBron makes NBA history

    LeBron makes NBA history

    miamiherald.com Feb 13, 2013
    Quite the memorable homestand for LeBron James and the Heat. He became the first player in NBA history to score 30 points in six straight games while also shooting at least 60 percent from the field in each game. James is 66 of 92 (.717) for 185 points …
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  • LeBron James Is Untouchable; Rudy Gay Makes A Game-Winner

    LeBron James Is Untouchable; Rudy Gay Makes A Game-Winner

    dimemag.com Feb 13, 2013
    We hate to keep leading Smack off with LeBron James, but it’s almost like we have to lock him in here on every night he plays. The dude is just too good. Check out some of these numbers. James was 11-for-15 shooting last night in the Heat’s 117-104 fl
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  • Video - Rapid Fire with Alvin Gentry 05:23

    Rapid Fire with Alvin Gentry

    Feb 13
    The recently departed Suns coach on LeBron James, the Lakers struggles, who will win the West and Russell Westbrook.
  • Video - LeBron's Historic Run 01:10

    LeBron's Historic Run

    Feb 13
    Tim Legler discusses LeBron James' decision-making during his impressive scoring streak.

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