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    Roma Sign Baptista.....Almost

    Italian Serie A side Roma have virtually completed the signing the Brazilian international midfielder Julio Cesar Baptista from Spanish and European giants Real Madrid.

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    Real Madrid Hunting For A Strike?

    According to reports emanating from Spain, Spanish and European giants Real Madrid are hell bent on signing a top draw striker before the summer transfer window slams shut at the end of this month.

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  • Tiny american football

    2008 Miami Dolphins Preview

    The Dolphins have added quarterback Chad Pennington, formerly the Jets’ starter, to their squad.

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  • Tiny baseball

    Women's softball at the 2008 Olympics

    It looks like Women’s Beach Volleyball will continue to be a hit at the Olympics.

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    US Women's Basketball Team at the Olympics

    Sunday, August 10, 2008– The US Women’s basketball team is chomping at the bit to begin their games.

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  • Tiny baseball

    Can Ichiro Get 200 Hits in 2008?

    **Sunday, August 10, 2008 – ** The Seattle Mariners are having an abysmal year, and today was no different.

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    Red Sox lose three to Chicago

    Sunday, August 10, 2008 – Clay Buchholz threw two bad pitches in his outing against the Chicago White Sox on Sunday afternoon, but they were enough to seal his doom, as the White Sox beat the Boston Red Sox 6-5 at Chicago.

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  • Tiny american football

    Jags Garrard Ready to Lead

    ‘In 2007, Jacksonville Jaguars’ quarterback David Garrard had a breakout season.

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    Ravens’ Boller Has a Poor Outing

    QB Kyle Boller got the start versus the Patriots in Thursday night’s preseason game.

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    Miami Signs Pennington

    One day after being released by the New York Jets, Chad Pennington, who had spent eight seasons with the team, was signed by the Dolphins.

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