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This young Anaheim fan is having a good day at the ballpark - but a bad day with his hotdog.
Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, July 23.
The Americans, who had played in five straight Gold Cup finals, will face the loser of Wednesday's second semifinal in the third-place game on Saturday.
FIFA announced it would form a task force to propose reforms aimed at cleaning itself up.
"We need Tiger Woods. Why? He's a man of color. We need a black champion," the South African told Omnisport, a Europe-based sports news service.
The bearded German held off Andrew Talansky of Cannondale-Garmin, who was in hot pursuit on the final climb.
Howard is targeting the United States' friendly match against Peru on Sept. 4.
Mariota, the No. 2 overall pick in the draft, is expected to be an immediate starter for the Titans, who went 2-14 last season.
The PGA TOUR heads to Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario for the RBC Canadian Open and 13 Canadian golfers are in their field, all looking to hoist the trophy in their homeland.
The Vikings star could play out the rest of his career in Minnesota.
South Korean golfer Bae Sang-Moon will return home to complete his military service after losing a legal battle to defer his conscription.
Here's a look at some of the big sports headlines making news today, Wednesday, July 22.
Peterson was out of action for all but one game last year because of the child abuse charge he faced involving his young son.
Stoops says the redshirt freshman, after serving a season-long suspension last year, has other standards to meet as well.
The charge stems from a bar fight in Hunter's hometown of Virginia Beach during the Fourth of July weekend.
The U.S. Department of Justice will not appeal a court ruling that cleared baseball player Barry Bonds of obstruction of justice in a probe over steroids.
Saturday's preliminary draw, which determines the qualifying process for the World Cup, will be held at a former Russian imperial palace on the outskirts of Putin's home city of St. Petersburg.
Bianchi's car No. 17 is being retired as a mark of respect to the late star, who is the first Formula One driver to die following a Grand Prix crash in more than 20 years.
Pacers President Larry Bird says the team is honored to wear the uniforms "because of the attention it will bring to the storied history of Indiana basketball and the success of that movie."
Nearly 60 percent of the Minnesota Vikings' new home will be covered by a revolutionary material that lets light in but keeps weather out - a first of its kind for an NFL stadium.