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Gyorko, Venable back Hahn in Padres' 12-1 laugher

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— Rookie Jesse Hahn gave himself a nice present on his 25th birthday and his teammates gave him far more run support than he needed.

  • China's Li Na pulls out of US Open because of knee

    Two-time major champion Li Na pulled out of the U.S. Open on Thursday because of a knee injury she said has bothered her for several months.

  • De Vrij: Lazio ideal club to develop

    Netherlands World Cup defender Stefan De Vrij believes Lazio is the ideal place for him to develop his career.

  • Orioles get Miller in trade with Red Sox

    The AL-East leading Baltimore Orioles fortified their bullpen Thursday, obtaining Andrew Miller from the Boston Red Sox for minor league left-hander Eduardo Rodriguez.

  • Braves acquire Emilio Bonifacio, James Russell from Cubs

    The Braves filled both of their trade-deadline priorities with one deal Thursday, acquiring left-handed reliever James Russell and versatile veteran Emilio Bonifacio in exchange for minor league catcher/third baseman Victor Caratini.

  • Base-running blunders doom Twins in 3-2 loss in KC

    Eduardo Nunez was caught straying too far from first base. Sam Fuld was picked off first the next inning. Brian Dozier was thrown out while foolishly trying to score on an errant throw.

  • UEFA investigating Dnipro over crowd trouble

    UEFA opened an investigation Thursday into the crowd trouble which marred Wednesday's Champions League match between Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk and FC Copenhagen.

  • Fearing Ebola, Seychelles forfeits qualifier

    Seychelles forfeited an African Cup qualifying game and withdrew from the competition on Thursday rather than allow Sierra Leone's squad to travel to the Indian Ocean island because of fears over the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.

  • James White off to impressive start at Pats camp

    Tom Brady has been impressed by rookie running back James White.

  • No trades for Phillies at non-waiver deadline

    WASHINGTON - The trade deadline passed Thursday without a Phillies trade, the latest confirmation of how the rest of Major League Baseball views Ruben Amaro Jr.'s roster. The general manager attempted to deal veteran players with cumbersome contracts and diminished skills. He could not find a match to his liking.

  • Amputee jumper won't contest team exclusion

    A German amputee long jumper will not contest the decision by his national federation to exclude him from the upcoming European Championships.

  • Ginobili will not play for Argentina at World Cup

    Manu Ginobili walked off the court in June an NBA champion.

  • Wake suspends RB Gibson from team

    Wake Forest running back Dominique Gibson has been suspended from the team for violating undisclosed team rules.

  • Marlins get Cosart from Astros in 6-player deal

    The Miami Marlins were shoppers instead of sellers for a change at the trade deadline, and they added a starting pitcher to help make a playoff push.

  • Twins agree to contract extension with catcher Kurt Suzuki

    The Twins made a second long-term move at the trade deadline Thursday, but this one isn't part of a roster shakeup: It's for roster stability.

  • Repairing burst Los Angeles main could take days

    Repair crews on Thursday were shoring up a giant hole in the middle of Sunset Boulevard caused by a ruptured pipe, as officials at the water-logged University of California, Los Angeles, continued to assess damage from the 20 million gallons that inundated the campus.

  • Barboursville to host 2015 regional soccer tourney

    A youth soccer regional tournament will be held next year in Barboursville.

  • Arkansas State conference schedule released

    Arkansas State has released its Sun Belt Conference basketball schedule for both the men's and women's teams for the coming season.

  • Falcons defensive tackle Peria Jerry retires

    The Atlanta Falcons have announced that defensive tackle Peria Jerry, a first-round draft pick from Mississippi in 2009, has decided to retire.

  • Surging Pirates come up empty at trade deadline

    The Pittsburgh Pirates struck out at the trade deadline yet general manager Neal Huntington remains bullish as the team pushes for a second straight playoff berth.

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