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22 July 2007

Cardinals sign first-round pick Kozma

The St. Louis Cardinals agreed to terms with their top draft pick, shortstop Pete Kozma, on Saturday. Kozma, who was the 18th pick overall in the first-year player draft on June 7, will report to the club's minor league facility in Jupiter, Florida an...

16 July 2007

Padres blank Diamondbacks to avoid sweep

Justin Germano drove in a run and gave up none to help the San Diego Padres beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 4-0 on Sunday, avoiding a three-game sweep. Milton Bradley drove in two runs and Brian Giles had three hits for San Diego.

15 July 2007

Havret edges Mickelson at Scottish Open

Frenchman Gregory Havret won the Scottish Open on Sunday after defeating world No. 3 Phil Mickelson at the first hole of a sudden-death playoff. Havret took in $1,005,950 in winnings and also earned a spot at the British Open at Carnoustie. The tourna...

13 July 2007

Mistrial in rape case with banned words (AP)

AP - Before a jury was even seated, a judge declared a mistrial Thursday in a sex-assault case where he had barred the words "rape" and "victim" among others.

10 July 2007

European shares slip amid Danone takeover news (AFP)

AFP - Europe's main stock markets retreated Tuesday on profit-taking as dealers contemplated to Danone's takeover bid for Dutch baby food group Numico.

Dozens of wildfires ravage the West (AP)

AP - Overnight rain and cooler temperatures slowed a wildfire that had raced out of a canyon, destroyed at least 30 houses and killed a homeowner who went back to try to save his belongings, a top fire official said Monday.

Bonds not worried about summer agendas (AP)

AP - Barry Bonds simply doesn't care: Bud Selig can be wherever he wants when Hank Aaron's home run record falls. The commissioner still hasn't said whether he plans to be in the ballpark when and if Bonds hits No. 756. Selig's indecision has drawn a l...

Spector judge lets jurors hear of rant (AP)

AP - The judge in Phil Spector's murder trial decided Monday to let jurors hear from a celebrity security guard who says he heard the record producer rant against women and declare they should all be shot in the head.

Economy - Monday (Investor's Business Daily)

Investor's Business Daily - Turnover fell 27% last month, as 105 top execs left their jobs vs. 144 in May, when turnover hit an 8-month high, consultancy Challenger, Gray & Christmas said. High-profile departures included the pressured resignation ...

09 July 2007

Canucks sign defenseman Miller

The Vancouver Canucks continue to bolster their blue line as they announced the signing of unrestricted free-agent Aaron Miller. It is a 1-year deal worth $1.5 million. Miller played in all 82 games for the Los Angeles Kings last season, registering 8...