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  1. The free-agent market has slowed to a crawl, but Wes Goldstein says there are 10 thirty-something players who still might be had at the right price for teams on the lookout for a bargain. More...
  2. The Fantasy regular season has arrived! Who will dominate and who will be eating FieldTurf? CBS SportsLine.com's Dave Richard predicts some of the season's studs and duds, and gives some sleepers along the way. More...
  3. Don't get Tony Mejia wrong. He still thinks the U.S. and Argentina will meet for World Championship gold. But would an American loss in the semis be a big, fat Greek upset? No way -- Greece's D is that good. More...
  4. Craig Monroe hit a three-run homer off Scott Proctor with two outs in the ninth inning, and the Detroit Tigers avoided a doubleheader sweep by rallying past the New York Yankees 5-3 Wednesday night. More...
  5. Chien-Ming Wang tied Toronto's Roy Halladay for the major league lead with his 16th win, combining on a four-hitter and leading the Yankees over the Detroit Tigers 2-0 in the opener of Wednesday's day-night doubleheader. More...
  6. Our Sergio Gonzalez answers some of the best Fantasy Football e-mails in our weekly mailbag. More...
  7. There's a new front-runner in the Central's two-team race. With the addition of J.P Dumont, Jason Arnott and Josef Vasicek, and the return of Tomas Vokoun, Nashville aims to pull away from Detroit, Wes Goldstein says. More...
  8. The New York Jets announced Tuesday that running back Curtis Martin will start the season on the Physically Unable to Perform List. The Jets also activated center Trey Teague from the Physically Unable to Perform List and placed defensive tackle Tui Alailefaluela on Injured Reserve. The announcements were made by Jets’ General Manager Mike Tannenbaum.Martin, 33, is the fourth-leading ru... More...
  9. Tuesday's NL roundup: Jose Bautista's bases-loaded walk scored Jose Castillo to cap a two-run, 11th-inning rally, and the Pittsburgh Pirates handed the Chicago Cubs their fifth consecutive loss, 7-6. More...
  10. Tuesday's game between Detroit and the New York Yankees was postponed by rain and will be made up as part of a day-night doubleheader Wednesday. More...
  11. It ain't sexy, but defense wins. If that holds true again, watch out for the Anaheim Ducks, who traded for Chris Pronger this spring. Pronger teams with Scott Niedermayer, forming one of the best defensive tandems ever, Wes Goldstein says. More...
  12. Offensive lineman Seth McKinney was placed on injured reserve Tuesday by the Miami Dolphins, who also waived quarterback Brock Berlin and 13 others in their first round of roster cuts. More...
  13. True centers aren't extinct, but they are endangered. Amare Stoudemire and Dwight Howard, 'fours' who often line up in the middle, are becoming more of a factor, Tony Mejia says as the tips off our annual position rankings. More...
  14. The New York Jets announced Tuesday that running back Curtis Martin will start the season on the Physically Unable to Perform List. The Jets also activated center Trey Teague from the Physically Unable to Perform List and placed defensive tackle Tui Alailefaluela on Injured Reserve. The announcements were made by Jets’ General Manager Mike Tannenbaum. Martin, 33, is the fourth-leading ru... More...
  15. Monday's MLB news briefs: The Chicago Cubs activated first baseman Derrek Lee from the 15-day disabled list, and he was in the lineup against the Pittsburgh Pirates. More...
  16. Dirk Nowitzki is a one-man wrecking crew. But against the Americans, the World Championship's superpower, that's nowhere near enough to pull of an upset in the quarters, Tony Mejia says in his preview. More...
  17. Think the Northwest was competitive last season? Try 2006-07. Wes Goldstein says things shouldn't be different, just the faces. Vancouver and Minnesota, the two teams that didn't make the playoffs, will not only contend for postseason spots but the division title as well. More...
  18. Carlos Delgado, David Wright and Paul Lo Duca drove in two runs apiece and the New York Mets beat the Philadelphia Phillies 8-3 Monday for their ninth win in 10 games. More...
  19. The New York Jets announced Sunday they have waived defensive backs Rayshun Reed, Jovon Johnson, Omowale Dada, D.J. Johnson, and Mondoe Davis. The team has also waived linebackers Alonzo Jackson and Jamar Enzor, offensive lineman Pete McMahon, running backs Terry Butler and Ben Moa, and wide receivers Mario Hill and Chris M. Baker. The announcements were made by Jets’ General Manager Mik... More...
  20. Kenny Rogers put on a pitching performance that Detroit desperately needed and the Tigers backed him with four home runs, beating the Cleveland Indians 7-1 Sunday and ending a four-game losing streak. More...
  21. The New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies were rained out Sunday, and the teams will return Monday to Shea Stadium for the finale of the three-game series at 12:10 p.m. ET. More...
  22. Carmelo Anthony scored 20 points, and the Americans smothered Australia in the second quarter and ran away to a 113-73 victory Sunday in the second round of the FIBA World Championship. More...
  23. The Devils have cap issues, the Flyers are in transition and the Rangers have to show they can complete the job. But Wes Goldstein says it still looks as if those three will be tops in the Atlantic Division this season, with the young Penguins perhaps poised to make a move. More...
  24. Chris Carpenter pitched eight sharp innings before walking off the mound following a talk with the trainer, and seldom-used Gary Bennett hit an RBI single with two outs in the ninth that sent the St. Louis Cardinals over the Chicago Cubs 2-1 Saturday. More...
  25. Ryan Howard hit his NL-leading 45th home run and made a key diving stop as the Philadelphia Phillies ended the New York Mets' seven-game winning streak with a 4-3 victory Friday night. More...
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