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  • Actor Robin Williams Dead in Suspected Suicide

  • Intel Hires Black Eyed Peas' as Director of Creative Innovation

    Intel Corp. , the world’s largest chipmaker, said Black Eyed Peas member will become a creative director, contributing music and helping in the development of devices such as laptops, smartphones and tablets.

  • Rodriguez, Granderson Each Hit Home Runs in Yankees’ 11-7 Rout of Indians

    Homers By A-Rod, Granderson Help Yankees Beat Indians 11-7 After Benches Clear in Testy Game By Associated Press June 10 (Washington Post) -- NEW YORK — Alex Rodriguez hit a colossal home run, Curtis Granderson also connected and the New York Yankees got back on track with an 11-7 victory over the skidding Cleveland Indians in a game that quickly grew testy Friday night. Yankees manager Joe Girardi and Cleveland counterpart Manny Acta got into a face-to-face screaming match when both benches and bullpens emptied after Mark Teixeira was hit by a second-inning fastball from struggling Indians starter Fausto Carmona. No punches were thrown and there appeared to be little pushing and shoving — if any. Plate umpire Dale Scott issued warnings to both teams, and there was no further trouble. Ivan Nova (5-4) pitched seven sharp innings for New York, and Derek Jeter had one hit to move within nine of 3,000. Jorge

  • Jeter Moves Within 3 of Reaching 3,000 Hits as Yankees Lose 5-3 to Indians

    Derek Jeter moved within three hits of 3,000 in the New York Yankees’ 5-3 loss to the Cleveland Indians.

  • Derek Jeter Fails to Get Nearer 3,000th Hit on Return as Yankees Lose 6-3

    Derek Jeter went 0-4 for the 11th time this season in his return from a three-week injury layoff as the New York Yankees lost 6-3 to the Cleveland Indians.

  • London Cab Driver Wins 2010 Bloomberg Fantasy Baseball Challenge

    London Cab Driver Wins 2010 Bloomberg Fantasy Baseball Challenge 43-year-old Paul Farrell Fends off Houston Mom and Fantasy Experts using Bloomberg tools to outdistance some of fantasy’s best names in season long contest Business Wire NEW YORK -- October 04, 2010 Paul Farrell, a 43-year-old first-time fantasy baseball player born and bred in London, outdistanced six fantasy baseball experts and five other randomly selected fans from around the globe to win the first-ever Bloomberg Baseball Challenge a season long fantasy league that gave each of the players access to Bloomberg’s Fantasy Baseball tools. Paul Farrell of London wins the 2010 Bloomberg Baseball Challenge. (Photo: Business Wire) Paul Farrell of London wins the 2010 Bloomberg Baseball Challenge. (Photo: Business Wire) Farrell defeated a panel of experts that included: Harold Reynolds, MLB Network Analyst; Ron Shandler, Founder of; Lawr Michaels,

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