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The Stinky Five

The Brain was kind enough to leave me the keys to the Dugout Dispatch this week while she’s on vacation. (While she didn’t tell me where she was going, I’m assuming she’s making a pilgrimage to Goose Creek, South Carolina – the birthplace of Baltimore Orioles super catcher Matt Wieters.)

Without further delay, here are baseball’s five stinkiest teams:

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USA Can't Hold On Against Brazil

  • June 29, 2009, 8:12 AM

JOHANNESBURG (AP) -- Clint Dempsey sobbed as the Americans walked up to get their second-place medals, unable to hide the pain and the disappointment any longer.

The euphoria of knocking off Spain last week dissolved Sunday in the Confederations Cup final when Brazil unleashed its "Beautiful Game."

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Steve Nash's Soccer Q&A

  • Hoophead
  • Emma Carmichael
  • June 27, 2009, 2:33 PM

Superstar point guard Steve Nash always gets his kicks in the offseason. And last week was no exception.

Nash and a crew of NBA stars -- including Tony Parker, Chris Bosh, and Grant Hill -- got together for the Nash's charity soccer game Wednesday in New York City.

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Gary Gramling

Fantasy Mailbag: Is the (David) Price Right?

As always, be sure to share your two cents in The Brain's Baseball Question of the Week! If you want to send me a question for next week's mailbag, just click right HERE!

Read on for this week's mailbag, where I discuss whether super rookie David Price belongs on your roster...

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NBA Draft Grades

  • Hoophead
  • Matt Dollinger
  • June 26, 2009, 4:44 PM

One of the wildest drafts in history is over. But which teams made the grade? Read on to see how we judged the drafts of all 30 NBA teams. And CLICK HERE to fill out your own team-by-team NBA Draft Report Card!







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Alex Montag

Is Shaquille O'Neal the Missing Piece?

Nearly every sports fan was well aware that this past NBA season, LeBron James and his Cleveland Cavaliers were the real deal.

After all, they not only easily won the Central Division, but also posted the NBA’s best record at 66-16. After sweeping the Detroit Pistons in the first round of the playoffs, then the Atlanta Hawks in Round 2, the Cavs were set to face the Eastern Conference’s third seed, the Orlando Magic.

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