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  • Brian Matusz 2nd MLB pitcher this week ejected for foreign substance

    MIAMI -- The Baltimore Orioles' bullpen was already stretched thin in the 12th inning when left-hander Brian Matusz was ejected for using a sticky substance that was on his right arm. His replacement, T.J. McFarland, then gave up the game-winning single to Martin Prado in the 13th, and the Orioles lost to the Miami Marlins 1-0 Saturday. Orioles manager Buck Showalter shrugged off the impact of the ejection, saying Matusz would have faced only one more hitter anyway. "He wouldn't have pitched the next inning," Showalter said. Matusz might not pitch again for a while. The Brewers' Will Smith was suspended for eight games Friday by Major League Baseball for having a foreign substance on his arm in a loss to the Braves. Matusz entered the game in the 12th with the score 0-0 and retired the first two batters before new Marlins manager Dan Jennings approached home plate umpire Jordan...

  • Fans to hold 'Free Tom Brady' rally

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- New England Patriots fans are planning a rally in support of their beloved quarterback Tom Brady. The "Free Tom Brady" rally is scheduled to take place Sunday at Gillette Stadium from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., according to a recently created Facebook page. The page describes the event as a "peaceful rally to protest the unjust football arrest of half God half man Tom Brady." Brady has been suspended for the first four games of next season by the NFL for his role in the "Deflategate" scandal. As of Saturday afternoon, 240 people had confirmed they were planning to attend. They're being encouraged to wear Tom Brady jerseys. The rally takes place at Patriot Place Parking Lot 4. Patriots fans have steadfastly supported Brady since an investigation found that the four-time Super Bowl MVP was "at least generally aware" of a scheme to illegally deflate footballs for the AFC Championship Game. Even the obituary of...

  • In a close race, Indy 500 drivers prefer whole milk

    Indy 500 drivers aren't scared of the calories. The 33 starters in Sunday's race have submitted their preferences of milk to the American Dairy Association Indiana, which hands the glass quart of milk to the winner, and more drivers have chosen to guzzle whole milk than any other variety. In the list, released by the association on Friday, 15 of the starters say they want whole milk handed to them and 14 starters will take the 2 percent variety, while only four said they want fat free. In a first, no drivers said they don't have a preference. The American Dairy Association Indiana is willing to provide drivers with a lactose-free option, though it hasn't been requested. Both last year's Indianapolis 500 champion, Ryan Hunter-Reay, and Helio Castroneves, who has been in Indy 500's Victory Lane three times, have chosen 2 percent, while 2008 champion Scott Dixon wants whole milk. The four drivers who prefer fat free with a victory are Charlie...

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