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Clap If You Believe In Roger Maris

Commentator Frank Deford has cooked up a plan that invokes Tinker Bell for baseball's annual All-Star Game.

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Roger Federer: Leave While He's Good Or Play Because He Can?

After a rough loss at Wimbledon last week, many fans are wondering if this is the end for the Swiss tennis star.

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