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Home > Section 2 Around the Net > Thursday, July 14, 2011
Yes, soccer fans, that was Carlos Bocanegra batting in the celebrity softball game at Major League Baseball's All-Star celebration earlier this week in Phoenix. Read the whole story
Tokyo commuters were greeted Thursday morning with special editions of newspapers printed to commemorate Japan's 3-1 victory over Sweden that moved it into the Women's World Cup for the first time. Read the whole story
Plagued by low-scoring games, the Copa America finally came to life on the final day of group play when favorites Argentina and Brazil finally recorded their first wins -- and big wins at that. Read the whole story
The original handwritten draft rules for soccer from 1858 and the only known surviving copy of the printed Rules, Regulations, & Laws of the Sheffield Foot-Ball Club, published in 1859, were sold at an auction for more than $1.4 million. Read the whole story
Brazilian star Roberto Carlos has two years left on his contract with Russian Premiership club Anzhi Makhachkala, and he already knows what he wants to do afterwards. Read the whole story


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