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CANBERRA, Australia (AP) The Australian soccer team competing at the World Cup is called the Socceroos. But a different kind of soccer-roo has dominated a pitch for half an hour in Canberra during a women's match.
In 1964, Boston reliever Dick Radatz struck out 181 batters in 79 relief appearances, setting a mark that still stands.
The first big free agent re-signing with his own team is just the beginning of the frenzy that's to come around the NHL.
BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore Orioles finally found some offense on its just-concluded six-game road trip, a big reason the team split six games.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The Tampa Bay Rays, routinely using relievers as starters to deal with a rash of injuries, are pitching their way to victories.
The New York Yankees are in the midst of their longest losing streak of the season.
WASHINGTON (AP) The offense that Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez has been waiting for showed up just in time to prevent a sweep at the hands of a division rival Sunday night.
SYDNEY (AP) Wallabies captain Michael Hooper is expected to miss four weeks with a hamstring injury sustained during Australia's third-test loss to Ireland on Saturday.
Fernando Fiore, Guus Hiddick, Grant Wahl, and Moises Munoz talk about who they think will win the Golden Boot Award at the end of the FIFA World Cup™.