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Maddon protests loss vs Nats over Doolittle's delivery


White Sox beat Blue Jays 4-1, game halted by rain in 5th


A's make it 15 straight over Tigers with 4-1 victory


Cubs outlast Diamondbacks 6-5 in 15 innings


López strikes out 14, White Sox beat Tigers 4-1


Tigers-White Sox game postponed because of snow


Irish want to stay competitive in final week of spring practices


Yelich homers, Hader gets 8 outs, Brewers beat slumping Cubs


Ross sharp, Tigers win 5th straight; KC drops 6th in row


Vogelbach's 2 homers, 6 RBIs lead hot M's over ChiSox 12-5


Niles wrestling teams prepares for state tournament


ND women's basketball team focused despite tough schedule


Mishawaka Cavemen earn end-of-year honors


Irish team chemistry builds as season winds down


Syracuse coach says Notre Dame's talent underappreciated


Notre Dame remains No. 3 in Latest AP Top 25 Poll


Whiff of offense: Strikeouts top hits, lowest average since '72


Irish WR Miles Boykin going through growing pains


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