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 We understood that it was nothing to panic about. (The Sports Network) -- The New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers will try once again to complete Game 1 of the American League Division Series this evening at Yankee Stadium. The teams began play on Friday, but rain began to fall shortly thereafter and with the score tied at 1-1, the tarp was brought onto the field before the bottom of the second inning got underway. The game was suspended over an hour later, so Game 1 will be completed on Saturday and Game 2 will now be played on Sunday in the Bronx, eliminating a scheduled travel day. Thanks to a rule adopted by Major League Baseball after rain and snow wreaked havoc with the 2008 World Series, the game will pick up Saturday night at the point of suspension.

"I got no clue. My 2-22 season in Pomona was my best.

"I got no clue. My 2-22 season in Pomona was my best.ORLANDO, Fla. -- San Francisco receiver Anquan Boldins foundation is the recipient of a $100,000 grant from the players union for winning the Byron "Whizzer" White Award. The award is given to the player who serves his team, community and country in the spirit of Byron Raymond "Whizzer" White, the late Supreme Court justice the NFL Players Association calls "a scholar, athlete, patriot, humanitarian and public servant -- the personification of the ideal to which professional football players aspire." An 11-year veteran and four-time Pro Bowler with Arizona, Baltimore and San Francisco, Boldins Q81 Foundation mission is to expand the educational and life opportunities of underprivileged youth.

The Heritage Classics have been big successes whenever theyve been held

The Heritage Classics have been big successes whenever theyve been heldCHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith is still upset with the officiating in Carolinas 22-6 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, calling a member of Sundays crew "garbage." The 34-year-old Smith took aim Monday at umpire Dan Ferrell, saying Ferrell was "the sorriest referee Ive ever met." Smith added that Ferrell "received a check that day and I hope he feels good, because he was terrible." Smith acknowledged his comments would likely draw a fine from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, but added that he doesnt care. Smith said, "To be honest, I make enough money where if Roger were to fine me, he can." Ferrell is a veteran official. He has been refereeing NFL games since 2003 and Sunday was the 156th career game hes officiated, according to Pro Football Reference.

He caught it slightly thin.

 He caught it slightly thin.TORONTO - Paul Beirne, Toronto FCs vice-president of business operations and the franchises first employee, is leaving the MSL club. Beirne, whose December departure is the latest in a string of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment moves, says he leaves the team with plenty of good memories. "This Saturdays TFC match will be my last with the club," Beirne tweeted Thursday. "Thank you for 7 seasons of awesome moments!

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. Bertuzzi pleaded guilty to a criminal charge of assault causing bodily harToronto, ON - TSN gives Canadians the first complete look at the newly revamped BC Place, as the B.C. Lions and Vancouver Whitecaps FC return to their home field for the first time since renovations began last year. BC Places opening event will feature the B.C. Lions taking on the Edmonton Eskimos tonight at 10pm et/7pm pt on TSN. TSNs special coverage of the game will include the CFL On TSN panel broadcasting live on site, along with an overhead cable camera to provide the best possible pictures of the game and stadium. In addition, CFL On TSNs Brian Williams will take a behind the scenes tour of the renovated stadium in a feature airing during Fridays Samsung CFL On TSN Pre-game Show.

. Washington was alone in the end zone on a 26-yard catch set up

. Washington was alone in the end zone on a 26-yard catch set upNAPLES, Fla. -- Ai Miyazato of Japan kept telling herself to be patient and the putts would start falling. It all came together Friday at the Titleholders, where she felt as if she couldnt miss until her final putt dropped for an 8-under 64 and a one-shot lead. Two big birdie runs gave Miyazato a good chance to finish off the year with her third win. She finished the front nine with four birdies in a five-hole stretch, then ran off three straight birdies on the back nine at The TwinEagles Club, which had given her fits in the opening round. Miyazato was at 10-under 134, one shot clear of U.S. Womens Open Na Yeon Choi, who also felt comfortable with the putter on the expansive greens with big undulations. Choi also finished with a big putt, from about 12 feet, only it was for par.