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Former center Shawn Bradley is mostly known for being one of the tallest players in NBA history and for being on the wrong end of many dunks. But for Bradley there was more to life than basketball, as his success was not defined solely by the sport.
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Antonio Pierce, Tim Hasselbeck and Mark Schlereth discuss star running back Jamaal Charles' two-year contract extension with the Chiefs.
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Highlight Of The Night: Alex Cobb drove in a run and struck out 10 over seven scoreless innings as the Rays blanked the Cardinals 3-0.
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Brett Gardner's home run in the third inning was the difference in the Yankees' 2-1 win over the Rangers in five innings.
Mark Schlereth discusses whether he agrees with Terrell Suggs' opinion that it's important for team leaders such as Joe Flacco to be vocal on the field.
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Bartolo Colon's bid for a no-hitter ended after 7 1/3 innings as the Mets edged the Mariners 3-2.
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