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With the World Baseball Classic less than 24 hours away, here is a little something to get you in a patriotic mood. USA! USA! USA!
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Colbert Hamels made his 2009 spring debut today. He pitched 2 scoreless innings against Team Canada, allowing 2 hits and a walk.
John Mayberry Jr., Jeremy Slayden and Raul Ibanez led the offense, as our Phils won 9-2, scoring runs off all 5 Canadian pitchers faced.

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Manchester United won the game 6-5 on penalty kicks.
Currently recognized by most fans and commentators as the leading professional football league in the world, the Barclay’s Premier League traces its origins back to 1888 and the founding of England’s Football League. Known then as the First Division, it was the top tier of professional football in England for over 100 years.

Tough times had fallen on English football during the eighties, and television sponsorship became the key ingredient in the individual club’s survival, both domestically and in the lucrative European competitions. As television rights deals grew larger and larger at the end of the eighties, the top clubs began thinking of forming a new first division, independent of the Football League.
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