Word in baseball circles is that ex-Twins pitcher Carlos Silva, placed on the disabled list by the Mariners, has been lost without pal Johan Santana, traded to the Mets. Silva has won just once in his past 21 starts. Don't think the Mariners wouldn't love to unload the right-hander, who has a $48 million, four-year guaranteed contract, on the Mets so he could rejoin Santana. (St. Paul Pioneer-Press) Comment
Check out this quote from Bengals coach Marvin Lewis when asked about the possibility of Chris Henry re-joining the team. "I'm not interested," Lewis said at the team's annual preseason luncheon on July 22. "I don't think it would be productive for our football team. You have to be a productive part to be an NFL player, and there's responsibilities to being an NFL player. It's a privilege, it's not a right. There's a lot that comes with being an NFL football player." Yes, there is a lot more. Unfortunately, Lewis' employer, team owner Mike Brown, doesn't see eye to eye with the head coach about just how much more. Which is why the Henry signing might ultimately be the wedge that drives Lewis out of town after the season. (Newsday) Comment
In what should be the final move of a hectic summer, the Sixers are expected to add veteran center Theo Ratliff. According to a source familiar with the situation, the 6-foot-10 Ratliff has accepted a one-year contract for the veterans' minimum of $1.4 million. Ratliff, 35, had offers for more money but would prefer playing for the Sixers, the source said. (Philadelphia Inquirer) Comment
The Chinese duet team of Jiang Tingling and Jiang Wenwen compete during the final of the duet free routine in synchronized swimming during the Beijing 2008 Olympics. (LYNNE SLADKEY/AP)
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