MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stocks Face Resistance From Europe Headwinds
U.S. stock advances are expected to run into resistance next week, following the longest winning streak since January 2011, as a lack of fresh incentives and opacity in Europe catch up with equities.
Skelton throws TD pass in brief appearance, Cardinals beat Raiders 31-27
John Skelton made a brief appearance in his battle with Kevin Kolb for Arizona's starting quarterback job, just long enough to throw the first touchdown pass for either player this preseason.
Phillies OF Brown's missed chance opens door for Brewers in 6-2 win
Domonic Brown thinks he should have caught the ball. So does Philadelphia manager Charlie Manuel. A deep fly ball hit by Nyjer Morgan glanced off Brown's glove, paving the way for a four-run fourth inning in the Philadelphia Phillies' 6-2 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers Friday night. Philadelphia had
Seen it before: Morales allows 4 home runs as Red Sox lose to Yankees
Baseball is a sport of repetition — unfortunately so, for Franklin Morales.
Iwakuma pitches 7 strong innings, Mariners hold off Twins 5-3
John Jaso and Miguel Olivo homered, and Hisashi Iwakuma pitched seven strong innings to help the Seattle Mariners beat the Minnesota Twins 5-3 on Friday night.
Cain has strong outing, Giants score 8 runs in third for 10-1 win over Padres
Matt Cain pitched eight dominating innings and the San Francisco Giants scored eight runs in the third inning to move into first place in the NL West with a 10-1 win over the San Diego Padres on Friday night.
Cardinals offense goes quiet in second straight 2-1 loss, this time to McDonald and Pirates
Mike Matheny wasn't happy with plate umpire Lance Barnett's strike zone. The St. Louis Cardinals manager didn't much care for his team's at-bats, either. "With chest-high curveballs, nothing good is going to happen but you'll pop it up," Matheny said after the Cardinals settled for one run for the
Head of second Christian group says they may have also been targeted by DC gunman
Head of Christian conservative organization says she was told by authorities that a note containing her group's contact information was found in the pocket of a man charged with opening fire at the Washington offices of another such group.
Francisco's 11th-inning single sends Dodgers to another frustrating loss, Braves win 4-3
It was another frustrating night for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Sparked by light-hitting Paul Janish, the Atlanta Braves rallied from a 3-1 deficit in the eighth inning, then finished off their 4-3 win in the 11th on pinch-hitter Juan Francisco's two-out single Friday. The previous night, Los Angeles