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Updated 16 minutes ago
Hens lose as Tigers watch Avila
Fans hoping to see Alex Avila's rehab in Toledo might be down to their last chance tonight. 

Updated 20 minutes ago
Craft to play for Hornets
COLUMBUS — Aaron Craft will team with former Ohio State teammate LaQuinton Ross and reigning national college player of the year Frank Kaminsky on the Charlotte Hornets’ entry in the NBA Summer League.

Updated 20 minutes ago
Red Wings sign Mike Green to 3-year deal
The Detroit Red Wings reeled in what they really needed: A productive right-shooting defenseman.

Updated 21 minutes ago
Pirates pound Tigers 9-3
DETROIT — Neil Walker homered twice, including a two-run shot in a five-run third, and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Detroit Tigers 9-3 on Wednesday night.

Updated 22 minutes ago
ECHL honors Napoli as exec of year
Following the most successful season to date for the Toledo Walleye, Joe Napoli has been named as the ECHL’s executive of the year.

Updated 32 minutes ago
Carrasco loses no-hitter in 9th
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Carlos Carrasco was one strike away from throwing Cleveland’s first no-hitter in 34 years and already considering ways to celebrate.

Updated 7 hours ago
Team USA coming to Findlay
FINDLAY — The best grouping of fastpitch softball talent in the nation will be making a stop in northwest Ohio on July 13 and 14 when Team USA comes to Marathon Diamonds at The Cube for a clinic and two exhibition games.

Published 8 hours ago
Kevin Love staying in Cleveland
CLEVELAND — Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert promised LeBron James he would do whatever it took financially to surround him with a team capable of ending the city's 51-year championship drought.

Published 17 hours ago
Durham avoids sweep by Toledo
The Durham Bulls avoided a series sweep against the Toledo Mud Hens with a 5-3 victory today at Fifth Third Field.

Updated 18 hours ago
Craft to play in NBA summer league
COLUMBUS — Aaron Craft has signed a free-agent contract with the Charlotte Hornets, and will join former Ohio State teammate LaQuinton Ross and reigning national college player of the year Frank Kaminsky on the team's entry in the NBA Summer League.




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