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Hernandezs star was rising 40 years ago with Cards

Forty years ago, in the course of winning the National League batting title at .344 and sharing the Most Valuable Player Award with Pittsburgh's Willie Stargell, first baseman Keith Hernandez, not known for his speed, had 11 triples and 11 stolen bases to complement 48 doubles and 11 home runs. Hernandez

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Former Ohio State quarterback Tate Martell discusses transfer to Miami

Tate Martell is ready to start his career with Miami. The former Ohio State quarterback announced he was heading to the Hurricanes' program earlier this week. He discussed his transfer Tuesday in an interview with the Associated Press after arriving in Miami. "It was pretty wild and pretty quick

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Heartache for Knicks as basketball steals London spotlight

With none of the capital's seven Premier League soccer clubs in action, a sell-out 19,000 crowd crammed into the 02 Arena to witness the NBA's ninth regular-season international game to be held in London. The NBA's biggest names were not in town but still the crowd were treated to a nailbiter

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