Reds lose three of four to Cards
The Cardinals scored six runs off Reds starter Jose Acevedo in just 2 1/3 innings, providing the foundation for a 10-4 win over the Reds before 31,699 fans at Great American Ball Park.
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Bhardwaj named Olympic gymnast
The journey spanned 12 years, taking her from Cincinnati to Orlando to Houston to Los Angeles. And then, Sunday night, Mohini Bhardwaj arrived at her final stop.
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Luzhanska wins title; Thomas defeats Wolf
When Eric Thomas was young, he used to watch the Met every summer at Lunken Playfield, imagining himself winning it all some day. Well, guess what?

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Hamilton clutches the Claret Jug-ular
TROON, Scotland - Here was Todd Hamilton on this dramatic final day of the 133rd British Open Championship, an interloper among the best players in the world, and not once did he tell himself he didn't belong.

For third major in row, Els can't quite reach victory stand
TROON, Scotland - Walking onto the 18th green to accept the silver salver for finishing second in the British Open Championship Sunday, Ernie Els waved to the galleries in the grandstands at Royal Troon. He managed a smile, shook hands with all the right people, then stood politely as winner Todd Hamilton addressed the crowd.

Mickelson's gutsy performance wins over Scottish fans
TROON, Scotland - No disrespect to Todd Hamilton - a likeable bloke from a town with a buried elephant and an unpronounceable name somewhere in Illinois - but it was Phil Mickelson and Ernie Els that the Royal Troon crowds were cheering for most vociferously Sunday.

Montgomerie's game not in major form
TROON, Scotland - For all the bluster, all the defiant resolve and the avalanche of goodwill, Colin Montgomerie's bid to win the British Open championship in his home town of Troon foundered on one unalterable fact Sunday - his current form is simply not that of a major winner.

Tigers surpass last season's victory total
DETROIT - One year after the Detroit Tigers were the butt of jokes for their futility, it's tough to make fun of them.

NL: Bullpen falters; Cubs suffer loss
CHICAGO - Chris Capuano pitched six strong innings, Scott Podsednik had three hits and the Milwaukee Brewers took advantage of the Chicago Cubs' bullpen in a 4-2 victory Sunday.

AL: Hendrickson throws 4-hitter as Rays win
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Mark Hendrickson pitched a four-hitter for his second career complete game, Carl Crawford hit a two-run triple during a five-run sixth inning and Tampa Bay beat Baltimore.

AAA: Bats 5, SkyChiefs 2
LOUISVILLE - Jim Chamblee went 3-for-3 as the Louisville Bats collected 11 hits in defeating the Syracuse SkyChiefs 5-2 in International League play Sunday at Louisville Slugger Field.

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