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Friday, 12 October 2012

Friday, October 12, 2012
OAKLAND, Calif. — Once he finally made his way to the victorious visiting clubhouse, Justin Verlander's teammates greeted him with chants of "Cy Young!" and sprayed him in the face with bubbly.

Already among baseball's best starters, Verlander showed he sure can finish.
Orioles Even Series In Extra Innings
Titans Stun Steelers With Comeback Win
Werth Walk-Off Forces Game 5
Michael Vick: Yes, I Have A Dog
WATCH: Buster Posey's Moon Shot
David Berri: Money Didn't Buy Happiness in Baseball in 2012
We should not be surprised that payroll and wins were not statistically related in 2012. What may be surprising is that this isn't what we typically see when we look at payroll and wins in baseball.
Dan Shapiro: Federer Comes From Behind; Djokovic, Murray Into Quarters
There were few surprises in the third round of the Shanghai Rolex Masters, as top seeds Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray all advanced, with only Federer needing three sets to punch his ticket to the quarterfinals.
Jim Buzinski: 30 Gay, Lesbian and Bi Athletes Who Have Come Out in the Past Year
Here are the 30 coming-out-in-sports stories featured on Outsports since last National Coming Out Day, with links (just click on the name) so that you can read more about each athlete. Think of this the next time someone tries to argue that gays and sports don't mix.
Steve Siebold: Five Lessons From Tiger Woods' Apology to US Ryder Cup Team
Whether you like Tiger Woods or not, there are lessons we can all learn from his time on the course, and it's not always those times he has wowed us with his unbelievable play -- but rather, the times he hasn't performed at his best.

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