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The Dallas Stars Showed An Empty Chair On The Jumbotron, Identi…

The Dallas Stars Showed An Empty Chair On The Jumbotron, Identified It As "Manti Te'o's Girlfriend" Updated Jan 20, 2013
Like SNL, half of minor league baseball, and Mets GM Sandy Alderson, the Dallas Stars had some fun with the Manti Te'o story yesterday. During their home-opener (a 4-3 win over the Phoenix Coyotes) the stadium's jumbotron operators spotted an empty seat…
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  • David Wright engaged to model Molly Beers

    David Wright engaged to model Molly Beers Jan 20, 2013
    They've been linked for years but now New York Mets spokesthirdbaseman David Wright has put a ring on the appropriate finger of model Molly Beers. Aesthetically, they're a fairly handsome couple. ESPN's Adam Rubin got the scoop: Weeks after model Molly …
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  • Three Outfielders Walk Into Citi Field ...

    Three Outfielders Walk Into Citi Field ... Jan 20, 2013
    General Manager Sandy Alderson is having a hard time putting together a solid outfield for the Mets, but the jokes about the team's lack of fielders have been much easier to come by.
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Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Ravens prove again that, in January, down doesn't always mean o…

    Jan 20
    FOXBORO, Mass. -- Like the Giants last year, and the Packers the year before, we didn't really see these Baltimore Ravens coming, did we? But maybe we should have. After all, Super Bowl teams of late aren't always the beauty pageant winners, primping an…
  • NBA -- What does Sacramento Kings news mean?

    Jan 20
    Should these players be on the move before the trade deadline? We debate.
  • Don Banks: Brotherly love on hold as Harbaughs own Super Bowl XLVII; more …

    Jan 20
    FOXBORO, Mass. -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from another unpredictable NFL championship Sunday...
  • Sources: Seattle group has deal to buy Kings

    Jan 20
    The Maloof family that owns the Sacramento Kings has reached a purchase agreement to sell a 65 percent controlling interest in the franchise to a Seattle group led by Chris Hansen and Steve Ballmer, according to league sources.