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Damon to White Sox next year?

If the Yankees don't bring Johnny Damon back, the White Sox look like a good fit. They need a leadoff hitter, and while they'd love to sign free agent Chone Figgins and move him to the outfield, he may get too pricy. While Damon has been a No. 2 hitter for the Yankees, he could easily go back to the top spot and give the White Sox some leadoff power. (Boston Globe) Comment

Report: Vikes FB hurt in locker-room horseplay

Green Bay's defensive players weren't the ones to feel Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson's wrath this weekend. Peterson and teammate Naufahu Tahi were involved in horseplay that accidentally led to the Vikings fullback being unable to play Sunday against the Packers, a source told FOXSports.com. Peterson and Tahi were wrestling Saturday in the team's locker room when the latter accidentally injured the area around his eye. Vikings coaches believed Tahi was going to play Saturday night but had to declare him inactive for the Packers game after overnight swelling. (Fox Sports) Comment

Notre Dame ducking Miami series?

Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick said in April he wanted to renew the football series with Miami. But Swarbrick now isn't returning calls, and UM believes he's no longer interested because he never responded to two UM proposals (including a home-and-home series and/or a neutral site game). (Miami Herald) Comment

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Johnny Damon (right) celebrates with Nick Swisher after Damon scored in the first inning of Game 4 of the World Series. (AP)

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SI Vault: Roger Maris
  • 1938 -- Babe Ruth applies for the job of St. Louis Browns manager.
  • 1960 -- Roger Maris beats Mickey Mantle, 225-222, for AL MVP
  • 1974 -- Art Modell gets snowed in and misses his first Cleveland Brown game in 33 years.
  • 1991 -- Nevada makes the biggest comeback in NCAA football history, overcoming a 35-point deficit in the third quarter to beat Weber State 55-49.

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