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  • Who will win Gold Cup final — U.S. or Mexico?

    Mexico will romp Grahame L. Jones Los Angeles Times Mexico has Javier Hernandez and 10 other quality players. The U.S. has Tim Howard, Steve Cherundolo and Clint Dempsey. Mexico has players who know what they're doing on the field. The U.S. has players...
  • How will U.S. women fare in World Cup?

    They're long shots to win Gary R. Blockus The Morning Call Asking the U.S. to knock off Germany on German soil in the Women's World Cup is a long shot at best. Germany has won two straight World Cups and is seeking to become the first team not just...
  • Was Riggleman right to quit on Nationals?

    Broke commitment Dan Connolly Baltimore Sun Was Jim Riggleman justified in quitting? No. He had a commitment to the Nationals players and he walked away from that mid-year. Unless there were serious health issues involved, it's unacceptable. The only...
  • Should MLB seize the Los Angeles Dodgers?

    Don't spoil the fun Phil Rogers Chicago Tribune Please, Bud Selig, don't step in. For the good of the sport, Major League Baseball will probably step in to seize control of the Dodgers from Frank McCourt. But watching from a distance there's...
  • Do you think the NFL will miss any games?

    Nothing will be missed Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times The ongoing talks have suggested to me the sides will reach a labor agreement around the middle of July, keeping both training camps and regular-season games intact. Once the league starts scrubbing...
  • Who will get better deal, NBA or players?

    Owners in for long haul K.C. Johnson Chicago Tribune Here's how long the NBA lockout will last: Until David Stern wins. Too many new-blood owners entered during the fat-cat days of the NBA, only to see the economic downturn shrink their franchise...
  • Who doesn't deserve to be in All-Star Game?

    Beltran, not McCutchen? Juan C. Rodriguez Sun Sentinel Among the biggest head-scratchers is how Mets right fielder Carlos Beltran made his sixth All-Star team at the expense of Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen making his first. Beltran is...
  • What will be outcome of the Clemens trial?

    Rocket's rough ride Phil Rogers Chicago Tribune Roger Clemens is going down, just like one of the 292 guys he struck out in 1997, the year many people believe he became a steroid cheater. I have a strong feeling he's going to be convicted of lying...
  • Can U.S. women beat Brazil in World Cup?

    Must convert chances Bob Foltman Chicago Tribune After watching a plodding U.S. backline struggle to keep up with a faster Sweden in Wednesday's final group match, the short answer would be no, with the lone question being how much damage will...
  • Easier to reach: 600 homers or 3,000 hits?

    PEDs make a difference Mark Emery The Morning Call Eliminating admitted or suspected performance-enhancing drug users Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa and Alex Rodriguez from the list, only four "clean" players have hit 600 home runs. Since baseball has cracked...
  • Pick the winner, MVP of the All-Star Game

    NL behind pitchers Phil Rogers Chicago Tribune Don't blink, or you might miss the All-Star Game. Two prevailing trends suggest a 3-1 victory by the National League in this the Year of the Pitcher II. Scoring is down, which is likely to eliminate...
  • Should All-Star Game decide Series host?

    Simply nonsense Steve Gould Baltimore Sun The result of the All-Star Game is perhaps the worst way to determine home-field advantage in the World Series. If the All-Star teams aren't made up of the best players at each position, it's nonsensical for...