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Manila blanks foes

Defending Champion Team Manila-Philippines put on another dominant show as its blanked Moreno Valley, 16-0, yesterday going into the final day of group competition in the 2018 edition of the PONY World Series 18-U Girls Softball Championships at the packed Diamond Valley Park inside the Valley-Wide Recreation District here.

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Team Manila in hot start

HEMET, California – Team Manila-Philippines launched its title-retention bid in the 2018 PONY World Series 18-Under Girls Softball Championships in grand fashion by beating South Hemet XEL in just three innings at the Diamond Valley Park inside Valley-Wide Recreation District here. The game was stopped due to mercy rule after the PH batters raced to […]

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PH belles start world title bid

HEMET, CALIFORNIA – The 2018 PONY World Series 18-U Girls Softball Championships starts today with Team Manila-Philippines determined to retain its title at the Diamond Valley Park here. The Big City softbelles, composed mainly of the finest 18-under batters from the UAAP 8–peat Champions Adamson University, held a series of grueling training sessions at the […]

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Melo set for  free agency

NEW YORK (AFP) – Carmelo Anthony will become a free agent after being a key figure in a three-team NBA trade Thursday involving the Oklahoma City Thunder, Atlanta Hawks and Philadelphia 76ers, according to reports. The 34-year-old forward, a three-time Olympic champion for the United States and 10-team NBA All-Star, will be paid his entire […]

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Pinoy batters reach semis

By Jonas Terrado The Philippine Pioneers, a youth baseball team based in Batangas, made a good impression against American and Canadian foes after reaching the 12-and-under semifinals of the Blue Crab Weeklong Experience in Aberdeen, Maryland. The Pioneers won their first six games before falling 11-10 to the Chardon Eagles in the semis of the […]

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MLB: AL too strong for NL

WASHINGTON (AP) – A record 10 home runs. A slew of strikeouts. The all-or-nothing All-Star Game mirrored what baseball has become. Astros teammates Alex Bregman and George Springer homered on consecutive pitches to begin the 10th inning, and the American League beat the National League 8-6 Tuesday night for its sixth straight win. “Standard operation […]

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