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The “Derek Jeter retirement tour” concludes

The “Derek Jeter retirement tour” concludes

Sammy Hurwitz
October 1, 2014
Filed under Sports

By Sammy Hurwitz It's over. Derek Jeter’s career ended on a high note, as the 20-year Major League Baseball veteran was removed from Sunday’s ballgame after hit number 3,465. His “un-Jeter-like” season concluded, also, with a New York Yankees victory. After a fist pump and one final moment in the...

Divided We Play, Together We Stand: The Sporting World Reacts to Boston Marathon Tragedy

Divided We Play, Together We Stand: The Sporting World Reacts to Boston Marathon Tragedy

Matt Bacon
April 17, 2013
Filed under Sports

Matt Bacon Sports Editor Alex Hall Managing Editor The events that happened at the Boston Marathon this Monday were horrific. Not only the city of Boston, but the entire nation was hit with a shocking blow each time the news replayed the video of the bombs going off. In troubled times like thes...

Sports briefs Oct. 27, 2010

October 27, 2010
Filed under Sports

Romo out at least six to eight weeks It has been a tough go around for the Cowboys this season, with inconsistent play and questionable coaching decisions playing a key role in the first six games. Now, things appear to be getting worse, as star quarterback Tony Romo will be out six to eight weeks w...

Sports briefs Sept. 29, 2010

September 29, 2010
Filed under Golf, Uncategorized

Rays' fan base called out by players While the Tampa Bay Rays are battling for the top spot in the American League East, their fan base has been a topic of discussion.  The team is on track to qualify for the playoffs for the second time in three seasons, but the organization is still having a h...

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