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Homer decides 16-inning marathon

Travis d’Arnaud led off the 16th inning with a home run, giving him a career-high four hits, as the New York Mets beat the Miami Marlins 9-8 Thursday night for their fifth straight win.

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Puerto Rico gains semis

Kennys Vargas smacked a two-run home run as undefeated Puerto Rico, already assured a semi-final berth in the World Baseball Classic, routed Venezuela 13-2 Saturday in the showcase for Major League Baseball talent.

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PBA: Future looks ‘Scottierrific’

No less than one of Cone’s protégés, current Star Hotshots assistant coach and point guard par excellence Johnny Abarrientos said Thompson is in great hands in having the league’s most successful coach as his hardcourt guru.

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Ralph Branca, the Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher who gave up the famed “Shot Heard `Round the World” that still echoes six decades later as one of the most famous home runs in baseball history, died Wednesday. He was 90.

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CUBS END JINX

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CUBS END JINX

The Chicago Cubs concluded America’s longest sports title drought in dramatic fashion Thursday morning, defeating the Cleveland Indians 8-7 in a 10-inning thriller to capture their first World Series crown since 1908.

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Cubs prevail, 9-3, force Game 7

Two teams with Major League Baseball’s longest title droughts have gone the distance in the 112th World Series, setting up the sport’s ultimate drama, a winner-take-all one game championship showdown on Wednesday.

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