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Victorino in Phillies' lineup despite finger injury

All-Star center fielder Shane Victorino was in Philadelphia's starting lineup Wednesday night for Game 6 of the World Series despite a finger injury. "His finger is fine," Phillies manager Charlie Manuel said before the game.

Top 10 things heard on NFL Sundays

Being a fan ain't easy (just ask Browns fans). Joe Concha feels for you.

Week 9 Cheat Sheet: NFL picks and predictions

Mike Tomlin's 4-0 on Monday night. Pittsburgh's won four in a row.

VIDEO: Rosenthal previews Game 6

Game 6 will be Andy Pettitte's last start of '09, and maybe his career, so he can leave it all on the mound, Ken Rosenthal says.

Colts lose starting LB Hagler for rest of season

The unbeaten Indianapolis Colts have lost starting linebacker Tyjuan Hagler for the rest of the season with a ruptured biceps. Coach Jim Caldwell said Hagler was placed on injured reserve Wednesday. Second-year linebacker Philip Wheeler and undraft

Longhorns face an easy road to Pasadena

The Longhorns won't look past this week's game, but Jeff Martin will.

Browns RB Lewis still intends to retire after '09

Cleveland Browns running back Jamal Lewis hasn't changed his mind about retiring after this season. Lewis said Wednesday he still intends to call it quits at the end of this season, his 10th in the NFL.

Ex-NBA referee Donaghy released from jail

Disgraced former NBA referee Tim Donaghy was a free man Wednesday after serving most of a 15-month sentence in a gambling scandal. Pat Berdan, a consultant working with Donaghy, said he was released from Hernando County Jail in Florida, where he had