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It is a numbers game at this week's Tour Championship, with numerals one, three, five and 10 dominating conversation at East Lake Golf Club.
Check out this weeks' top 5 sleepers.
The Yankees' broadcast remembers Yogi Berra with a touching tribute before they take on the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, Sept. 24.
The Yankees had Berra's number 8 on the sleeve of their gray road jerseys for a match-up with Toronto and New York's lineup cards had an image of Berra wearing catcher's gear in the background.
General manager Sam Presti made the announcement on Wednesday.
"For us, it's very bottom line," Pettine said before practice. "You weigh everything. You look at the game plan. You look at where we are, and it's who gives us the best opportunity to win."
The Panthers quarterback will host a TV show aimed at inspiring children to follow their dreams.
The team did not give details of the injury or a timetable for Murray to return.
Not all investments yield winning returns.
Robert Lewandowski scores all 5 of Bayern Munich's goals in just 9 minutes.
The Milwaukee Common Council has approved funding for a new arena for the NBA Bucks, putting in place the final $47 million of public funding needed to replace 27-year-old BMO Harris Bradley Center.
Yogi Berra, a Hall of Fame catcher for the New York Yankees whose mangled syntax made him one of the sports world's most beloved and frequently quoted figures, has died.
Here's a look at some of the sports stories making news today, Wednesday, Sept. 23.
Brees injured his throwing shoulder on a direct hit in the second quarter last Sunday's loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Witten described his injuries as "typical football stuff" and insisted his was fine after last Sunday's win against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Oscar Pistorius should have been convicted of murder for killing his girlfriend, South African state prosecutors will argue at an appeal hearing set for Nov. 3, the supreme court of appeal said on Tuesday.
Zico has announced he wants to run for FIFA's presidency after Blatter leaves in February, but is struggling to fulfill the requirement of having at least five federations supporting him as a candidate.
This team mainstay has never thrown a pass, made a tackle or split the uprights with a kick.
FIFA will update its executive committee members this week on the American and Swiss corruption investigations which involve some of them.
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