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  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. 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...
  5. 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...
  6. 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...
  7. 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...
  8. 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...
  9. 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...
  10. 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...
  11. 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...
  12. The second round of the World Championship is upon us, and Tony Mejia is here to tell you how it will all shake out, including the U.S. vs. Australia literally the first thing Sunday morning. More...
  13. Life is tough in Detroit. Jobs are hard to find, and the Tigers lose 10-0 to the White Sox at Comerica Park. No matter. The city loves them again after 12 losing seasons, Scott Miller says in his Insider. More...
  14. With hockey's new economics, teams are going through more shakeups than ever. But the top-heavy Northeast Division is poised for a breakthrough season, as offseason wheeling and dealing leads to stronger competition, says Wes Goldstein. More...
  15. DeAngelo Williams may not start at running back as a rookie, but he likely secured the Carolina Panthers' kickoff return job Thursday night. More...
  16. Jarrod Washburn continued to tame the Yankees as he had a season-high nine strikeouts in the Seattle Mariners' 4-2 victory over New York on Thursday night. More...
  17. Aramis Ramirez homered and tripled, and the Chicago Cubs hit four homers an 11-2 victory over the Philadelphia on Thursday that stopped the Phillies' five-game win streak. More...
  18. The guys at CBS SportsLine.com put their heads together for a final mock draft before the NFL season started. More...
  19. The Chicago White Sox rallied for a four-game split, preventing the Detroit Tigers from building another huge lead in the AL Central. More...
  20. After battering Mark Mulder for nine runs in his first major league game since June, the New York Mets hung on and stretched their winning streak to six. More...
  21. It has at times been mockingly referred to as the Southleast Division, but in the first of his pre-camp previews, Wes Goldstein says the name hardly fits anymore with the past two Stanley Cup champions and a couple of up-and-comers residing there. More...
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    Moose to the DL

    The New York Yankees placed right-hander Mike Mussina on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday with a strained right groin one day after they said they only expected him to miss one start. More...
  23. Who has an NBA outside shot and who has an outside shot of reaching the NBA? Tony Mejia lets you know whose FIBA World Championship stock is rising in the Land of the Rising Sun -- and yes, Sun Yue is on the list. More...
  24. Jamie Moyer won his Phillies debut for his first victory in five starts, leading Philadelphia to a 6-3 win over the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday night. More...
  25. The Americans survived their toughest test yet in the world championships, overcoming a 12-point deficit in the second half to beat Italy 94-85 Wednesday night. More...
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