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Daulton's death leads to theories

Since Darren Daulton died because of brain cancer Aug. 6, heartfelt tributes have honored the way he led a raucous Philadelphia Phillies team to the World Series in 1993.

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Uh, Leonard, did you really mean that?

Rookies, am I right?

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Jeff Fisher's mediocrity worth 2 days

Doughnut Hole Day. Wooden Roller Coaster Day. Wear One Sock to Work Day.

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Mallett's day not one for highlight reel

Joe Flacco's balky back has the Baltimore Ravens quarterback on the shelf for now, and when he'll be ready to go is anybody's guess.

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Bears LB wraps up choking man

Chicago Bears linebacker Jerrell Freeman was hustling through the Austin, Texas, airport Sunday afternoon with a delayed flight and a hankering for some barbecue. So he angled toward the food court, placed his order at the Salt Lick Taco Bar and prepared to attack a chopped brisket sandwich.

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Vlad's power still a show worth a view

Baseball great Vladimir Guerrero has been retired since playing for the Baltimore Orioles in 2011, and with 449 career home runs he had plenty of opportunities to admire his handiwork.

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For 11 days, players stick to the ice

Fatigue gave way to emotion for Les Kuntar on Monday when he attempted to put into perspective spending the past 11 days playing one continuous hockey game.

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Few beers don't stop Series save

For the past 12 years, one of the worst-kept secrets in Chicago sports was that Mark Buehrle had enjoyed a few cold ones before recording a save in the 2005 World Series.

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Pistons' pick gets icy stares for film taste

Luke Kennard is about to be a millionaire NBA player, but he can't let go of his love for the Disney movie Frozen.

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Night of fun costs Gronk, crew $102K

It's hard to imagine going to a bar and finishing the night with a six-figure tab. But, we all can't be Rob Gronkowski.

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