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Sports Major league ballparks beef up security with metal detectors Major league ballparks beef up security with metal detectors
MLB morphed into the TSA when it told its 30 teams they had to implement security screening in time for opening day. All fans are expected to walk through metal detectors at all entrance gates, no exceptions.
Sports Raiders excited to begin offseason under new coach Del Rio Raiders excited to begin offseason under new coach Del Rio
"I'm fired up," quarterback Derek Carr said. "I think that we've done a great job. Our whole locker room feels that way. Our whole locker room felt going into the offseason, free agency and the draft, that we're close. We became a team at the end and once we started playing like a team, we saw what we could do and then we saw how many games we lost that were so close when we weren't a team."
Sports San Diego group eager to speak with NFL's LA point man San Diego group eager to speak with NFL's LA point man
A teleconference with the NFL's point man on Los Angeles will give Mayor Kevin Faulconer's advisory group the chance to express how serious it is about solving the long-running, contentious issue of building the Chargers a new stadium.
Sports Solo in 'happier place' for US women's soccer team Solo in 'happier place' for US women's soccer team
These days, Hope Solo is projecting calm confidence in net. She's working hard at putting distance on a recent suspension and leading the way for U.S. women's soccer team preparing for the World Cup.
Sports Kentucky's Calipari citing more numbers than '1-and-done' Kentucky's Calipari citing more numbers than '1-and-done'
The Kentucky coach spends large chunks of his time at the NCAA Tournament answering questions about one-and-done, and what that trend — growing everywhere, but most prevalent at his program — means for college basketball and its players.