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Dodgers deny Indians blockbuster
The Dodgers swiftly and emphatically shot down a published report Sunday that said they were in serious discussions with the Cleveland Indians in a trade that would bring pitcher Cliff Lee and catcher Victor Martinez to the Dodgers while sending James Loney and either Chad Billingsley or Clayton Kershaw and prospects to the Indians. The report surfaced on, but the Dodgers shot it down immediately. "It's completely false," a Dodgers executive said. (Los Angeles Daily News)
Eagles president: We have NFL's best roster
Joe Banner, the team president, the guy who is mainly responsible for directing the front office in assembling the roster the head coach wants, had a long, exhausting off-season. Two player trades, nearly two dozen contracts to negotiate and execute, some hard decisions on having to move past players, particularly Brian Dawkins, who had meant a lot to the franchise. "I feel this year we have the best roster in the league," Banner said. "That's assuming everyone is healthy and standing at the end. You can only make a statement like that on the first day of training camp. After that, anything can happen." (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Bulls eyeing Knicks deal
The Knicks were hoping to get Nate Robinson and David Lee signed at the same time and that is still a possibility if Lee is willing to agree to a one-year deal worth between $7 and $8 million. If Lee isn't signed, the Knicks will try to work out and sign and trade. The Bulls have always been high on Lee and may try to work out a deal. The Knicks like Kirk Hinrich but Chicago would likely push Tyrus Thomas. (New York Daily News)
Must-See Photo
Fuel burns after a pit stop by Tony Kanaan during the Edmonton IndyCar Series on Sunday in Edmonton, Alberta. The fuel hose failed to shut off properly, and Kanaan suffered second-degree burns on his thumbs and his face. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jordan Verlage, Edmonton Sun)
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Los Angeles Dodgers at St. Louis Cardinals, 7:05 p.m ET
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This Day In Sports History

SI Vault: More Pete Rose
1946 -- Rudy York (Boston Red Sox) hit two grand slams and drove in 10 runs to lead the Red Sox over the St. Louis Browns, 13-6.
1984 --Pete Rose passed Ty Cobb?s record for most singles in a career when he got his 3,503rd base hit.
1996 -- At the Atlanta Olympics a pipe bomb exploded at the public Centennial Olympic Park. One person was killed and more than 100 were injured.
2001 -- Deion Sanders announced his retirement from the NFL.

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