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Sports Girardi not sure what to expect of A-Rod in 2015 Girardi not sure what to expect of A-Rod in 2015
When the New York Yankees take the field against Toronto for their opener on April 6, it will be 556 days since Alex Rodriguez last played in a major league game.
Sports DA won't file charges against 49ers' Ray McDonald DA won't file charges against 49ers' Ray McDonald
The Santa Clara County district attorney's office declined to file charges against San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald in a domestic violence investigation stemming from his Aug. 31 arrest.
Sports Halfway front-runners for NFL awards Halfway front-runners for NFL awards
When every team had reached the halfway mark of its 2014 season, one name stood out in the race for The Associated Press NFL awards: Arizona coach Bruce Arians.
Sports Mr. Nice Guy: Oregon's Mariota makes Ducks soar Mr. Nice Guy: Oregon's Mariota makes Ducks soar
Marcus Mariota watched from the sideline as Oregon ran out the clock after dominating Stanford. Amid the celebration, the mood suddenly turned serious.
Sports Seahawks' defense recapturing past form Seahawks' defense recapturing past form
The Seahawks have been known for their stout defense the last few seasons, but they've struggled a bit defensively this year. In the eyes of Pete Carroll, that's starting to change.
Sports Vikings' Peterson avoids jail in plea agreement Vikings' Peterson avoids jail in plea agreement
Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson avoided jail Tuesday by reaching a deal with Texas prosecutors to resolve a child abuse case that revived a national debate about corporal punishment.
Sports A guide to the 2014-15 college hoops season A guide to the 2014-15 college hoops season
Last season's NCAA Tournament was one for the ages, filled with massive upsets and brilliant performances, capped by an unexpected champion taking down a powerhouse.
Sports More than 200 opt out of NFL concussion settlement
More than 200 former players or their families have opted out of the proposed settlement of NFL concussion claims, fewer than 1 percent of the retirees covered by the deal, according to court documents filed Monday.