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Cubs' Zambrano 15-Pounds Lighter And Ready For Big Season

Posted: 02/18/2010 - MESA, Ariz. (AP) - Chicago Cubs right-hander Carlos Zambrano has lost about 15 pounds through a new diet and says he is also planning to cut out something else this season: emotional outbursts.

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If McGwire Fails, La Russa Ready To Take Hit

Posted: 02/18/2010 - JUPITER, Fla. (AP) - Tony La Russa took a risk hiring Mark McGwire as the St. Louis Cardinals' hitting coach, and not just because of steroids.

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AP: Bucks Re-Acquire Ivey

Posted: 02/18/2010 - MILWAUKEE (AP) - A person with direct knowledge of the deal tells The Associated Press that Milwaukee has agreed to a deal with the Philadelphia 76ers that would bring guard Royal Ivey back to the Bucks.

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Collins Slumping For Top-Ranked Kansas

Posted: 02/18/2010 - LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - If Bob Knight had been coaching Kansas, Sherron Collins would not have started the second half at Texas A&M on Monday night.

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VIP World Cup Tickets Down 50 Percent

Posted: 02/18/2010 - ZURICH (AP) - Only half of the VIP tickets for the World Cup have been sold four months before soccer's biggest event kicks off in South Africa.

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Jazz Trade Guard Ronnie Brewer

Posted: 02/18/2010 - SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - The Utah Jazz have traded shooting guard Ronnie Brewer to the Memphis Grizzlies for a future first-round draft pick.

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Hamels Working On His Mental Game

Posted: 02/18/2010 - CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) - Cole Hamels somehow went from pitching with poise and confidence to pouting when things didn't go his way.

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NFL Hires Former NFLPA President Vincent

Posted: 02/18/2010 - NEW YORK (AP) - Former Pro Bowl cornerback Troy Vincent has been hired by the NFL to be its vice president of player development.

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Lackey, Matsuzaka Trying New Approaches To Spring

Posted: 02/18/2010 - FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) - Red Sox starters John Lackey and Daisuke Matsuzaka are taking new approaches to spring training this year in hopes of avoiding arm troubles that have bothered them in the past.

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Svendsen Edges Teammate Bjoerndalen In Men's 20K

Posted: 02/18/2010 - WHISTLER, British Columbia (AP) - Norway's Emil Hegle Svendsen denied countryman Ole Einar Bjoerndalen his sixth Olympic gold, beating his mentor in the men's 20-kilometer individual biathlon race.

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Police: Vanderbilt Recruit Killed By Mom's Ex

Updated: 02/18/2010 - POWDER SPRINGS, Ga. (AP) -- A high school football star who had been signed to play at Vanderbilt University was shot to death Thursday by his mother's ex-boyfriend, police said.

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Vonn Misses Gate, Falls In Super-Combined

Posted: 02/18/2010 - WHISTLER, British Columbia (AP) -- Lindsey Vonn, her bruised shin "killing me," lost her bid for a second Olympic gold medal Thursday when she missed a gate and fell in the slalom leg of the super-combined.

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Heat Quiet As Trade Deadline Passes

Posted: 02/18/2010 - MIAMI (AP) -- Unwilling to part with Michael Beasley, the Miami Heat came up short in their bid for Amare Stoudemire as the NBA trade deadline passed Thursday.

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Wade Day-To-Day With Strained Left Calf

Posted: 02/18/2010 - MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- All-Star Game MVP Dwyane Wade is day to day with a strained left calf, and there are fears he might miss several games.

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Suns Keep Stoudemire

Posted: 02/18/2010 - PHOENIX (AP) -- After weeks of trade discussions, the Suns decided the one player they could not do without was Amare Stoudemire.

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Julia Mancuso Wins Another Silver Medal

Posted: 02/18/2010 - WHISTLER, British Columbia (AP) - Lake Tahoe's Julia Mancuso has become just the fifth American woman to win two Alpine medals in the same Olympics.

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