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With catcher Tony Cruz at his side as a translator, young Cardinals righthander Carlos Martinez answered a couple of postgame questions Wednesday in perfunctory manner. But when the third question was asked, "Start or relief?" Martinez...
"Sparks," the indie film based on the 2008 graphic novel by Christopher Folino, is a great example of how creativity can make a movie come alive. In financial terms, "Sparks" is a 98-pound weakling. But it holds its own again...
Victories in the Southeast Division have been a rarity this season for the Charlotte Bobcats. Wednesday they did something about that.
Some use propane, some use charcoal and some use a fanglike tool with a carbide tip. In La Crosse, the weapon of choice is the jackhammer.
Three excellent films top this week's new DVD offerings.
A huge, out-of-control fire caused catastrophic damage to a quarter-billion-dollar apartment complex under construction at Fourth Street near China Basin in San Francisco on Tuesday evening, according to the San Francisco Fire Department.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The gesture was cute but the result not so much: Late in the fourth quarter some fans started chanting "MVP!" as Charlotte Bobcats center Al Jefferson stepped to the foul line.
JUPITER, Fla. - Adam Wainwright became the last healthy St. Louis Cardinals pitcher to get into a game, holding the Miami Marlins to one hit and fanning one in two scoreless innings of a 7-3 exhibition loss on Friday.
Here's all you need to know about the importance Charlotte Bobcats coach Steve Clifford placed on Friday night's home matchup with the Cleveland Cavaliers:
In the 17th season of his big-league career, perhaps Carlos Beltran is where he is supposed to be.