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Juventus seeks 1st European title since scandal

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— When Juventus visits Benfica in the first leg of the Europa League semifinals Thursday, it will mark the first appearance for the once dominant Turin club in the final four of a European competition since finishing runner-up in the 2003 Champions League.

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    FIFA has cleared Barcelona to sign new players this offseason by freezing the club's one-year transfer embargo while the sanction is appealed.

  • Bumgarner pitches well in Giants' 2-1 loss

    Holding the Colorado Rockies to two runs at Coors Field is normally a cause for celebration.

  • Rangers beat Flyers 4-1 in Game 3, take 2-1 lead

    While his teammates mobbed him after a late goal, Dan Carcillo trash-talked with Flyers fans through the glass before hitting the bench for a celebration.

  • Recap: Milwaukee vs. San Diego

    Chase Headley crushed a mammoth solo home run in the 12th inning to give the San Diego Padres a 2-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers in a pitchers' duel at Miller Park.

  • Ramirez gives up 2 HRs, Mariners lost 8th straight

    Erasmo Ramirez couldn't come up with the big pitch when he needed it.

  • Mets, slumping Granderson blanked by Cardinals 3-0

    The way Curtis Granderson and the New York Mets are swinging, Adam Wainwright figured to be a tough chore Tuesday night.

  • Recap: Los Angeles vs. Philadelphia

    Domonic Brown's go-ahead two-run double in the top of the 10th inning lifted the Philadelphia Phillies to a 3-2 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers.

  • Diamondbacks again hurt by mistakes in loss

    Brandon McCarthy is concerned that there is too much negativity surrounding the Arizona Diamondbacks.

  • Wainwright says knee is OK after Cardinals shut out Mets

    The awkwardness of how Adam Wainwright's knee bent when trying to field the ball in the seventh inning was not in the eye of the beholder but in the report from the Cardinals medical staff.

  • Scorekeeper at Wrigley practices dying art

    Inside a dusty, dimly lit chamber of steel catwalks, Darryl Wilson peers out a square hole and into one of baseball's most revered shrines.

  • Braves fall to Jose Fernandez and his 14 strikeouts

    Jose Fernandez saved the electricity for his pitches Tuesday night in his first start against the Braves since inciting a benches-clearing confrontation last September.

  • Recap: Oakland vs. Texas

    Michael Choice capped a two-run ninth inning with an RBI single, lifting the Texas Rangers over the Oakland Athletics, 5-4, in the middle test of a three-game series.

  • Nationals trail early, lose to Angels, Pujols 7-2

    The errors are mounting for the Washington Nationals, up to 24 through 21 games so far.

  • Cardinals player to be sentenced for assault plea

    Arizona Cardinals linebacker Daryl Washington is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday for his guilty plea to a charge that he assaulted a former girlfriend who is the mother of his daughter.

  • Brewers bats cold, fall 2-1 in 12 to Padres

    Yovani Gallardo made it a point to be aggressive on the mound and get hitters to chase pitches that could be turned into easy outs.

  • Peter Schmuck: Orioles clearly can't deal with prosperity

    If you just look at the 9-3 final score from the Orioles' loss Tuesday night in Toronto, you'd never know that the club is riding a strange wave of reversible momentum.

  • Jury ponders ex-pitcher's police brutality suit

    A jury is to continue deliberating a former Houston Astros pitcher's multimillion-dollar brutality lawsuit against Galveston police officers who beat him in 2008.

  • Pacers rally past Hawks 101-85 to even series

    The Pacers got tired of talking trash.

  • Wizards beat Bulls 101-99 in OT to take 2-0 lead

    This one looked like it was slipping away from the Washington Wizards. Then, in a flash everything changed.

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