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Reds: Which starting pitcher do you trust the most?
The Votto debate
The Ludwick/trade deadline situation
Hunter Pence, anyone?
Bengals: Going to the Pep Rally? Call me from PBS with a report.
Yahoo Sports: Braun deserves to pay for actions, but talk of voiding contract is irresponsible: Tearing up contracts would be too much. It's painful for the Brewers to realize they still owe well over $100 million to a cheat who misrepresented himself. They also know that's part of the business. Alex Rodriguez did it, and Manny Ramirez did it, and so many others before them. Chalk it up to a sad truth. Some marriages just end ugly.
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Miami unveils bold new football uniforms:
OXFORD, Ohio—Echoing the Miami University Alma Mater of celebrating its tradition while embracing the future, Miami University Athletics unveiled a bold new look for its football uniforms on Wednesday, July 24 that includes cutting-edge developments in apparel technology from adidas. Photo Gallery
(Courtesty Miami Redhawks)
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MAINEVILLE, OHIO (July 18, 2013) – The 60 players of the Cincinnati Galaxy, a select youth baseball team, came together at the end of this season to donate sports equipment, school supplies, toys, clothing and personal hygiene items to kids who are served by St. Al’s Orphanage.
“We want our organization to be about more than winning baseball games,” said James Vance, president of the Greater Cincinnati Baseball Club, Inc., which had five Cincinnati Galaxy teams playing in the 2013 season. “We understand how blessed we are as parents and coaches to work with happy, healthy kids every day. Not every child and every family has that opportunity. We wanted to do our small part to contribute to St. Al’s mission of transforming lives.”
The organization contacted St. Al’s and learned that the best way to support the agency with a collection or drive was to contribute items that can be purchased at the campus points store. The group offers kids positive reinforcement by giving points that can be redeemed for toys, personal hygiene items and other merchandise stocked at the store.
The teams collected items at their season finale games at the beginning of July. They compete in the Southwest Ohio League (SWOL), the premier select baseball organization in the Greater Cincinnati area. In 2014, the organization will have teams for players who are eligible to play 8U, 9U, 10U and 11U baseball (players who turn 11 before April 30, 2014). Tryouts are currently underway for next year’s teams with open sessions scheduled for July 27, 28 and Aug. 3, 10 and 24. For more information, visit www.galaxybaseball.org.