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St. Louis Cardinals Manager Tony La Russa Retires After Winning World Series

Just days after earning his third career World Series title, St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa announced Monday that he is retiring.

He managed for 33 seasons, with stints with the White Sox and Athletics before joining the Cardinals in 1996. La Russa, 67, is third all-time in post-season wins and third in regular season wins.

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Terrell Owens Gets an Offer — From an Arena Football League Team

Terrell Owens is so desperate to get back to football that, trying to make an impression on an NFL team, he held a televised workout on Tuesday.

While no NFL teams bit, Owens did get one offer: from the Arena Football League’s Chicago Rush, at $400 per week.

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Red Sox Pitcher John Lackey to Miss All of 2012 After Tommy John Surgery

After a mediocre year with the Red Sox, John Lackey will undergo Tommy John surgery to repair his elbow that will sideline him for all of the 2012 season.

Lackey disappointed Sox fans in his second year with the team posting a 12-12 record with a 6.41 ERA.

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Former Red Sox GM Theo Epstein Says Farewell to Boston in Newspaper Editorial

As the Boston Red Sox are expected to name Ben Cherington their next general manager on Thursday, the man who used to occupy that position, Theo Epstein, gave his final farewell to the team’s fans on Tuesday morning in a letter in the Boston Globe.

He reminisced on his lifelong love for the Sox and how happy he was to see the team win twice during his reign.

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NBA Set to Cancel Another Two Weeks of Season Due to Lockout

Having already axed the first two weeks of the basketball season due to a standoff with players, NBA officials will announce that another two weeks will be canceled, according to the New York Daily News.

That’s another 102 games off the schedule, and will keep the season from starting any earlier than Nov. 28.

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Voided Trade of NFL Player Jerome Harrison Led to Brain Tumor Discovery

After being traded to the Philadelphia Eagles earlier this week, running back Jerome Harrison was undergoing a routine physical when doctors discovered a brain tumor. The discovery both nullified the trade from the Detroit Lions and may have saved Harrison’s life. He reportedly underwent surgery on Friday to remove the tumor.

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Memphis Considers Suing NBA Over Lost Revenue from Lockout

With the NBA embroiled in a lockout, some cities are set to lose out on massive amounts of revenue, but Memphis is one city is looking to fight back.

The Memphis City Council approved a resolution on Tuesday that will reportedly “explore all options” to go after the league to recover losses; as the lockout rolls on, a lawsuit is increasingly possible.

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Dwight Gooden Skipped New York Mets’ 1986 World Series Victory Parade to Do Cocaine [VIDEO]

After winning the 1986 World Series, Dwight Gooden celebrated inside a drug dealer’s apartment, ESPN reports.

The revelation comes as part of an interview with Gooden that will air on ESPN’s E:60 Wednesday nigh, in which he discusses his old cocaine addiction.

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IndyCar Driver Dan Wheldon Dies in Fiery Pileup [PHOTO, VIDEO]

Two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon was killed on Sunday after his car collided with others during the IndyCar Series season finale at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. His death was pronounced approximately two hours after he was airlifted to University Medical Center.

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Did the Boston Red Sox Collapse Because of Drinking and a Failed Marriage?

After their historic late-season collapse, the Boston Red Sox quickly let go of manager Terry Francona, while GM Theo Epstein is reportedly headed to the Windy City to take the same position with the Chicago Cubs.

Who’s to blame for the way the season unraveled for the Red Sox? A Boston Globe report sheds some light on the raucous atmosphere of the clubhouse that details drinking and video games on the part of the players, and personal distractions for Francona.

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New York Knicks Star Amare Stoudemire Says NBA Players Could Form Their Own League During Lockout

Are NBA players planning to launch their own league?

Amare Stoudemire says that they’re giving it “serious” consideration if the NBA decides to cancel the season. League officials have already nixed the first two weeks of the season over the labor dispute.

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