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Yeah, there's no such thing as 'more infinite.' Just go with it.

A beaning by the White Sox only serves to spark Detroit to a win that clinches a berth.

Skipper said he told his players of his decision after ALCS loss to Boston.

Anibal Sanchez may often be relegated to the background, but he performs like one of the game's best.

Detroit Tigers outfielder was only kidding about his role in iconic ALCS photo. Really.

In Week 6 of the NFL season, Brady led his team to a last minute victory, Adrian Peterson played just days after the death of his son and the Cowboys suffered some major injuries.

Ten years after the Red Sox snapped their World Series drought, David Ortiz is the last remaining link and still going strong.

Just a year after the Red Sox finished last in the AL East, the team eliminated Tampa Bay in four games to advance to the ALCS.

Manager breaks out his dance, and a victory cigar, after emotional victory.

Seven months after he allegedly attacked a group of men while yelling anti-Semetic slurs, the soon-to-be free agent outfielder was ordered to enroll in tolerance training.

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