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Yankees’ Aaron Judge Undergoes Unexpected Shoulder Surgery

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The slugger repeatedly denied having shoulder issues during a long slump following the All-Star break. He should be ready for spring training.
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Former Ireland rugby star Ronan O’Gara has just experienced one of the more unsettling aspects of life in his new home in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Plymouth defender Ryan Edwards has been diagnosed with testicular cancer, the League One club have announced.
Clermont scrumhalf Morgan Parra will have to wait a bit longer before making his long-awaited international return after being ruled out of France's opening Six Nations match against Ireland because o
Hamburg appointed former player Bernd Hollerbach as the man to revive their flagging fortunes Monday after the Bundesliga strugglers fired the previous coach Markus Gisdol at the weekend.
France midfielder Lassana Diarra is on the verge of a move to Paris Saint-Germain, with footage of him leaving a hospital in the French capital following earlier reports that a deal was imminent.
Rafael Nadal sees his quarter-final showdown with big-match player Marin Cilic Tuesday as the time to crank up his Australian Open offensive for Grand Slam number 17.
The Indian women's cricket team set for the limited-overs tour of South Africa couldn't have got a more inspiring start with none other than batting legend Sachin Tendulkar walking into the
Manchester United defender Chris Smalling has hailed Jose Mourinho for building a strong defence at the club after they recorded their 14th clean sheet of the Premier League season at Burnley.
World junior champion shooter Anish Bhanwala and World Youth Weightlifting Championship silver medallist Jeremy Lalrinnunga will also be part of the Games beginning January 31.
The Indian chinaman bowler, who will leave for South Africa on January 24 for India's ODI series, hoped that he "will be able to continue bowling well" away from home.
Battered and bruised after their Test series defeat, India will bounce back strongly in the ODI series in South Africa, top-order batsman Shreyas Iyer said here on Wednesday.
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Nathan Judah and Joe Masi review Walsall's loss to Charlton.
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Wounded 12-time Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic was sent tumbling out of the Australian Open by Korean giant-killer Chung Hyeon Monday, but ice-cool Roger Federer roared into the quarter-finals.
Hamburg have lost 12 out of 19 league games and their latest defeat, 2-0 at home to rock-bottom Cologne, was their sixth match without a win.
Alexis Sanchez is reportedly set to become a Manchester United player on Monday after a leaked image apparently showed the Chile international on the Old Trafford pitch in the club's famous red shirt.

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