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Kathy McVay of Plymouth Meeting, PA was hit in the face. The fan isn't planning any legal action against the Phillies , but the team said she will receive free tickets for another game when healthy. A woman at a baseball game was injured after being shot in the face by a flying hot dog that was sacked out of a hot dog cannon. "Just to be aware, because you never know", McVay told ABC 6 .
  • Atlanta Hawks leaning towards taking Luka Doncic third overall in NBA Draft

    Atlanta Hawks leaning towards taking Luka Doncic third overall in NBA Draft

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    Now that seems settled, there may be a direction for Atlanta - Luka Doncic . Doncic helped Real Madrid to the Spanish league title thanks to a 96-85 victory over Kirolbet Baskonia in Game 4 of the ACB playoffs. The last time a European prospect was taken in the Top 5 it was Kristaps Porzingis to the New York Knicks, and though he has been hampered by injuries so far in his young career, he has certainly lived up to those lottery-level expectations with some incredible feats of ...
  • England's first World Cup game attracts record viewing figures

    England's first World Cup game attracts record viewing figures

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    Salah headed into the World Cup with Egypt as a major fitness doubt and, despite claims that he was fit for their opening Group A game against Uruguay, he played no part in the 1-0 defeat. "We have been in Russian Federation a long time and were all excited to get started, but you are never sure until you get out on the pitch". "I am so excited to be here, but it is about proving a point".
  • US Open Golf 2018 Leaderboard

    US Open Golf 2018 Leaderboard

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    Shinnecock Hills in Tuckahoe, N.Y., was ruthless, with Brooks Koepka ultimately coming out on top at 1-over 281 and defending his U.S. Open title. "A little bit more grass (on the greens) would have been nice in the afternoon". The USGA conceded the course was over the top and pledged to get it right for the final round.
  • Major Upsets as World Cup Advances

    Major Upsets as World Cup Advances

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    But those working after Japan's games will have an easier job of it. America's Steve Christakos reports. "You often hear people say that football is a reflection of culture", he said . Both teams had reason to celebrate on June 19. Cisse captained Senegal - who qualified from Bafana Bafana's group for this year's showpiece - to their first ever win in World Cup history when a talented 2002 generation upset France in the opener of that year's tournament.
  • Luis Suarez completes preparations for 100th Uruguay cap against Saudi Arabia

    Luis Suarez completes preparations for 100th Uruguay cap against Saudi Arabia

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    After losing their first Group A game 5-0 against hosts Russia , Saudi Arabia take on Uruguay on Wednesday in their second World Cup fixture. In another potential source of reassurance for the perennially underachieving Saudis, the usually ruthless Suarez missed three chances against Egypt on Friday in their opening game.
  • Mickelson offered to withdraw from US Open

    Mickelson offered to withdraw from US Open

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    A highly unscientific Twitter poll I did early last week showed 73 percent want to see a U.S. Open winning score 3-5 under, 21 percent want even par or higher to win and only 6 percent want a PGA Tour-like birdie fest. "Oh my goodness, I think I had most improved", Mickelson jokingly said to reporters Sunday (via the New York Daily News ), in among his few comments after his round.
  • Hornets trade Dwight Howard to Nets for Timofey Mozgov

    Hornets trade Dwight Howard to Nets for Timofey Mozgov

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    Of course, the Nets are still set up to be next season, but fortunately for Nets fans, starting in 2019 the team will have all of its first round draft picks again, according to RealGM . Doing so could allow Brooklyn to have two max contract slots at their disposal next summer, giving the Nets a chance to jump into free agency in a big way during a summer in which several All-Stars should be available.
  • Russian Federation on brink of knockout stage after 3-1 win over Egypt

    Russian Federation on brink of knockout stage after 3-1 win over Egypt

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    ST PETERSBURG , June 20 ― Egypt's World Cup hopes were left in tatters after a disastrous spell at the start of the second half in yesterday's 3-1 loss to hosts Russian Federation but Mohamed Salah's absence in the build-up to the tournament also played its part, coach Hector Cuper said.
  • Ronaldo and Portugal look to eliminate Morocco

    Ronaldo and Portugal look to eliminate Morocco

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    Cristiano Ronaldo (R) and his former teammate Patrice Evra (L). They looked to be home and dry as the final whistle approached but a splendid free-kick by Cristiano Ronaldo in the 88th minute gave his side its third goal and saw them escape with a point.
  • England shatter ODI world record with total of 481 against Australia

    England shatter ODI world record with total of 481 against Australia

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    In what was desperate attempt to save runs, Australia used as many as eight bowlers in the match but to no respite. England have taken an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series and will now turn their attentions to a possible whitewash ahead of the remaining fixtures in Durham and Manchester.
  • Russian Federation on brink of knockout stage after win over Egypt

    Russian Federation on brink of knockout stage after win over Egypt

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    Then Denis Cheryshev and Artem Dzyuba scored in quick succession to leave Russian Federation on course for a victory that followed up a 5-0 opening-night win over Saudi Arabia. "He's a great player, a crucial player, that much is perfectly clear", Cuper added. Many in Egypt have expressed outrage over the celebrity delegation - which includes athletes, journalists, TV presenters, actors, actresses and even a belly dancer - staying at the same hotel as the national football team members.
  • Poland's mishaps help Senegal claim first African win

    Poland's mishaps help Senegal claim first African win

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    Robert Lewandowski is Poland's star man and chief goal-getter, with the Bayern Munich man finding the net 16 times in his country's 10 qualifiers. Senegal , on their debut in 2002, stunned France in the group stages and reached the quarterfinals, and it will be interesting to see how they fare in their first game.
  • Captain Kane gives England 2-1 win over Tunisia

    Captain Kane gives England 2-1 win over Tunisia

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    France, Sweden, and Peru have been awarded penalties at this World Cup after the video assistant referee prompted the referee to review footage. "He leads by example, he is a top forward and his career is only going to go up and up". But it turns out that all the England players' post-match energisers are made in-house by the sports scientists in the FA entourage, with the players choosing their preferred flavours.