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  • NZealand 17, Philippines 7 at World Baseball qualifier

    NZealand 17, Philippines 7 at World Baseball qualifier

      SYDNEY  — New Zealand first baseman Boss Moanaroa had seven RBIs, including a three-run homer in a six-run sixth inning, to lead a 17-7 comeback win over the Philippines in a World Baseball Classic qualifier on Friday. The game, which ended …

  • San Miguel wins over Alaska, makes historic comeback

    San Miguel wins over Alaska, makes historic comeback

    In what seemed like a tale from Aesop’s fable, that of the tortoise and the hare, the San Miguel Beermen won the 2016 PBA Philippine Cup in a clean sweep from fist to last quarter in tonight’s final match. The Beermen …

  • Roger Federer has knee surgery, will skip 2 tournaments

    Roger Federer has knee surgery, will skip 2 tournaments

    BASEL, Switzerland  — Roger Federer has had knee surgery and expects to miss tournaments in Rotterdam and Dubai this month. A statement on Federer's official website says he had "successful arthroscopic knee surgery today (Wednesday) in Switzerland to repair a torn …

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  • Bakers rally to stun Caida

    Games Monday (The Arena, San Juan) 2 p.m. – UP QRS/JAM vs Mindanao 4 p.m. – Caida vs Phoenix-FEU Carl Bryan Cruz and Paul Zamar waxed hot in the second half as CaféFrance recovered from a huge 24-point deficit in the first half to …

  • 2 new imports make debut in PBA today

    Games Today (Smart Araneta Coliseum) 4:15 p.m. – Mahindra vs Globalport 7 p.m. – Ginebra vs NLEX Two new imports make their debut in the Oppo-PBA Commissioner’s Cup today even as four more ball clubs get going on Day 2 of the 41st season’s …

  • Tanduay foils Wangs in D-L

    Games Monday (The Arena, San Juan) 2 p.m. – UP QRS/JAM vs Mindanao 4 p.m. – Caida vs Phoenix-FEU Tanduay leaned on the clutch hands of Rudy Lingganay and Reden Celda down the stretch to hold off the late uprising of Wangs Basketball, 90-75, …

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  • Bradley’s new style may make him vulnerable

    Bradley’s new style may make him vulnerable

    Tim Bradley’s metamorphosis from being calculated and smart to being what he has now become, daring, dashing and dauntless, will result to a far more different ending to his first two fights with Manny Pacquiao. Buboy Fernandez, who is taking charge …

  • Overconfidence can be fatal – Pacquiao

    Overconfidence can be fatal – Pacquiao

    Manny Pacquiao was getting ready to rock and roll during training yesterday when the topic shifted from boxing to basketball and back to boxing. But the famed Filipino fighter, who has declared that the April 9 rubber match with Tim Bradley …

  • Pacquiao cuts short gym work for political rally

    Manny Pacquiao was up early morning yesterday for some roadwork, shadowboxing and a game of basketball but skipped afternoon gym workout and instead attended a political event in Mandaluyong City. Still, Pacquiao declared that he is right on target in his …

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  • Huey, partner get upset ax

    Treat Huey’s bid to play in the Rio Olympic Games suffered another blow when the Fil-American and his Belarusian Max Mirnyi lost in the opening round of the Memphis Open in Tennessee. Showing none of the teamwork that propelled them to …

  • Huey pushes drive for Rio Games slot

    Huey pushes drive for Rio Games slot

    Fil-American Treat Huey is not giving up on his dream of playing in the Olympics. Though he has only four months left to complete an improbable task, the doubles specialist is determined to realize his dream that he will have a …

  • Fil-German gets upset ax

    Katharina Lehnert’s bid to start the 2016 season on a positive note was scuttled when the Fil-German lost in the second round in the Aegon GB Pro-Series Glasgow Scottish Championships recently in Scotland. Lehnert was upset by lucky loser Li Yixuan …

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  • Tabuena ties for 4th, takes home P2.1 M

    Tabuena ties for 4th, takes home P2.1 M

    By Ding Marcelo and AP Miguel Tabuena failed to convert a birdie putt on the 18th, a hole he had birdied the past three rounds, and settled for a 3-under-par 68 that earned him a tie for fourth place in the …

  • Rodriguez finishes strong, shoots a 68

    Cyna Rodriguez stormed back with a closing round 5-under-par 68 in the Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic Sunday, but it was too little too late for the Filipino LPGA rookie who had a roller-coaster debut in the toughest ladies golf …

  • Tabuena chases leaders in Singapore

    Miguel Tabuena continued to make an impact in the new golf season. He chased the leading pack all through the final round of the Singapore Open Sunday and was tied for fourth place when play was delayed. Tabuena was 3-under-par for …

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  • 2 new teams duel in opening

    Two newcomers and one returning team are expected to add excitement in the forthcoming 2016 Philippine Superliga Invitational Cup, which blasts off on Feb. 18 at The Arena in San Juan. F2 Logistics and New San Jose Builders, Inc. are slated …

  • Pinoy batters fall to Aussies

    The Philippines faltered after a promising start to absorb an 11-1, seven-inning loss to host Australia last night at the start of the 2017 World Baseball Classic qualifiers at the Blacktown International Sportspark in Sydney. Third baseman Brady Conlan singled with …

  • Sports center to rise in Palo

    A groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of a sports center in Palo, Leyte, which was severely devastated by super-typhoon Yolanda (International codename: Haiyan) in 2013, was spearheaded yesterday by the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC). POC president Jose “Peping” Cojuangco was on …