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MLB.com Sep 30, 2012Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips was lifted in the sixth inning Sunday during a 4-3 win over the Pirates. It was a precaution as Phillips felt tightness in his left groin while running the bases in the third inning.Share Tweet
The Losingest Losers Keep Right On Losingdeadspin.com Sep 30, 2012Welp. That'll do it. The Pittsburgh Pirates were 16 games over .500 as recently as Aug. 8. The playoffs were still a very real possibility, but even if the postseason wasn't going to happen, a winning season likely would. Cue the fart noise. Today's los…Share Tweetsteelersgab.com Sep 30, 2012As your watching NFL games today just to pass the time, there’s news that should make you smile about Steelers first-round pick David DeCastro, who has been out since going down with an injury in Buffalo in the preseason. The following tidbit comes fromShare TweetESPN.com Sep 30, 2012The Ravens and Browns played Thursday. The Steelers are on their bye. That means all of the pressure of upholding the good name of the division rests on the Bengals today. Before we start Who Dey Sunday, let's take a look at what is happening around the…Share Tweet
Big plays will be back in due time for the Steelers, Haley sayspost-gazette.com Sep 30, 2012The big play was a signature of the Steelers the past several years under former offensive coordinator Bruce Arians.Share Tweet
The Immaculate Reception / Mike Wagner: Despair, and then ...post-gazette.com Sep 30, 2012Safety Mike Wagner recounts the roller coaster of sadness, surprise and celebration in the moments before and after the storied play.Share Tweet
Don Banks: Even with blanket coverage of NFL, turnaround Vikes a shockerSep 30PHILADELPHIA -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we digest Week 4 in the NFL ...
NBA -- Los Angeles Clippers look to thrive with sense of continuitySep 30The Clippers' main cogs have played together more than their more celebrated Staples co-tenants.