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Mueller, Munich lead AP global football 10 poll

LONDON (AP) — Thomas Mueller and Bayern Munich led the player and team rankings in the Associated Press global football 10 on Tuesday. View full post on World Soccer on Yahoo Sports

Kameda-McDonnell unification on horizon

Bantamweight world titleholders Tomoki Kameda and Jamie McDonnell are headed toward a unification bout in early 2015. View full post on ESPN.com – Boxing

Wozniacki completes first marathon in 3:27

Caroline Wozniacki was thrilled with her first marathon. View full post on ESPN.com – Tennis

Sergio: Jimenez’s English may hurt Ryder bid

Sergio Garcia says fellow Spaniard Miguel Angel Jimenez’s lack of fluent English could hurt his chances of becoming Europe’s next Ryder Cup captain. View full post on ESPN.com – GOLF

Sources: Broncos decide against Incognito

The Denver Broncos will not sign guard Richie Incognito, at least not yet, sources told ESPN. View full post on ESPN.com – NFL

Girardi: A-Rod must focus on ‘doing his job’

Yankees manager Joe Girardi is regularly phoning, texting and emailing with Alex Rodriguez and is excited about the much-maligned player’s comeback. View full post on ESPN.com – MLB

Spurs show up Warriors to win back-to-back

Tony Parker had 28 points and seven assists, Kawhi Leonard scored 19, and the San Antonio Spurs beat the Golden State Warriors 113-100 on Tuesday night. View full post on ESPN.com

Player to train with club despite rape conviction

SHEFFIELD, England (AP) — A former Premier League player who was convicted of rape has been told he can resume training with third-tier club Sheffield United. View full post on World Soccer on Yahoo Sports

Injured Figueroa stripped of lightweight title

Injured Omar Figueroa was stripped of his lightweight world title on Monday and given the designation of “champion in recess” by the WBC, paving the way for Jorge Linares and Javier Prieto to battle for the vacant 135-pound belt. View full post on ESPN.com – Boxing

Nadal to receive stem cell treatment on back

Rafael Nadal’s doctor says the 14-time Grand Slam winner will receive stem cell treatment on his ailing back. View full post on ESPN.com – Tennis

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