The Cubs have confidence in their dg

AP Monday, October 20, 2008 1:40 p.m. CHICAGO - General manager Jim Hendry and the Chicago Cubs have signed a contract extension of four years between the two parties until the end of the 2012 season. The agreement comes after the Cubs best season in

Lightning gives Downie to Avalanche

Tuesday, Feb 21. 2012. 4:45 p.m. TAMPA, Florida - The Chief of the Tampa Bay Lightning, Steve Yzerman turned agitator Steve Downie in a first-round pick in a three-team trade on Tuesday. After sending Downie to Colorado for defenseman Kyle Quincey, Q

The US approach of Spain

AP Saturday, September 15, 2012. 3:05 p.m. GIJON, Spain - Mike and Bob Bryan won their doubles match and the US narrowed ahead of Spain 2-1 in the semifinals of the Davis Cup on Saturday. The twins were tested by Marcel Granollers and Marc Lopez, but

Issue an adaptation

Jim Furyk (Image source: PC) Alexander McInnis Geoffrion-Wednesday, July 23, 2014. 5:41 p.m. BIZARD ISLAND - After braving the rain, cold and wind gusts last week at the British Open, golfers from the PGA Tour will now deal with the heat, humidity an

Injury Regini: Sampdoria defender at rest

August 3, 2014 13:56 Sampdoria Sinisa Mihajlovic, fresh from victory in the Trophy "Vujadin Boskov", and is' discovered this morning to "Gloriano Mugnaini". Holders of the match against Eintracht Frankfurt have claimed a seat exha

Boateng of Bayern 2018

Photo: Getty Share Tweet Email 25-year-old Jerome Boateng was never a success at Manchester City, but with Bayern Munich is far better for the German defense star. Now he and Bayern Munich have agreed an extension of the contract, which is now valid

Croatian coach: Let's play basketball instead

Photo: Getty Images Niko Kovac could not see the penalty that was doomed against Croatia in the opening match against Brazil. Share Tweet Email Brazil was awarded a decisive penalty 20 minutes before the final whistle, as World Cup hosts on Thursday

Thorbjorn Olesen misses finalecut in USA

Photo: Getty The Danish golfer went second round in 75 strokes at The Greenbrier Classic in the United States. Share Tweet Email Friday was both a good and less good day for Thorbjorn Olesen. While the good news was that the Danish golfer was promote