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Sheryl Crow Spends Time With Alex Rodriguez at All Star Game – Responds To Question About Madonna

Sheryl Crow Spends Time With Alex Rodriguez at All Star Game – Responds To Question About Madonna

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(Best Syndication News) Although some news stories have linked Madonna to Alex Rodriguez, singer Sheryl Crow got some time in with the third baseman for the New York Yankees. During batting practice before the All Star game, A-Rod went into the stands and talked to the singer.

Crow was at the game to sing the National Anthem. The two posed for photos and later in the game Rodriguez sent a friend up to get her signature on a baseball. When asked about the rumor or romance between Madonna and A-Rod she laughed. Crow told reporters "They don't get bigger than Madonna… I feel pretty certain that that rumor would die very quickly."

Madonna Using Kabbalah To Brainwash Alex Rodriguez According To Friend Of Cynthia – Love Letter Calls Her SoulMate

Madonna Using Kabbalah To Brainwash Alex Rodriguez According To Friend Of Cynthia – Love Letter Calls Her SoulMate

Madonna

(Best Syndication News) Although Madonna is denying the rumors, the tabloids are reporting that the aging pop-star is divorcing Guy Ritchie and is seeking the affection of Alex Rodriguez, the power-hitting third baseman for the New York Yankees. On July 7th ESPN reported Cynthia Rodriguez filed for divorce from A-Rod citing "emotional abandonment" and marital infidelity by her husband.

The “Material Girl” says the rumors are not true. “My husband and I are not planning on getting a divorce,” the singer said in a statement released to Access Hollywood. The 49 year old Madonna says she is not having an affair with the 32 year-old third baseman, but the tabloids have not given up.

Barry Bonds Breaks Hank Aaron’s Home Run Record – Henry Arron Congratulates The New Homerun King – Ball Worth How Much?

Barry Bonds Breaks Hank Aaron’s Home Run Record – Henry Arron Congratulates The New Homerun King – Ball Worth How Much?

Bonds Famous Swing

(Best Syndication) The shot heard around the world last night was Barry Bonds breaking Hank Aaron’s record set back in 1974 to become the new homerun king. In spite of all the accusations and allegations Bonds made history Tuesday night in San Francisco against the Nationals.

In the fifth inning facing a 3-2 pitch from Washington's Mike Bacsik he slammed the ball 435 feet over the right-center field fence. After hitting his 756th home run he was mobbed at home plate by his teammates.

Then the crowd at AT&T stood to their feet and cheered while Bonds was being congratulated by his wife, mother and kids. He then took a bow to the standing ovation and saluted the hometown crowd for their loyalty.

Dodgers Beat Milwaukee and Angels Lose To Tigers

Dodgers Beat Milwaukee and Angels Lose To Tigers

Brad Penny

(Best Syndication) The Dodgers handed the Brewers a loss Wednesday as Brad Penny shut down Milwaukee for seven scoreless innings, stranding six runners in scoring position. The Dodgers won 5-1. The Dodgers are in first place (NL West)with 27 wins and 20 losses.

The Angels got slammed hard by Detroit losing 12-0. This is the Tiger’s first shutout of the season. This win ensures that the Tigers stay in first place (AL Central) going into Friday's series opener with Cleveland. The win left manager Jim Leyland on the verge of tears as he talked of his club. The Angels are in first place (AL West) with 28 wins and 20 losses and will be playing the Yankees Friday.

By Dave Reddy
Best Syndication Sports Writer

Dodgers Bullpen Melts Down in 7th Inning – Los Angeles Loses To Atlanta Braves By Score of 6-4

Dodgers Bullpen Melts Down in 7th Inning – Los Angeles Loses To Atlanta Braves By Score of 6-4

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(Best Syndication) The Braves beat the Dodgers 6-4 in come-from-behind fashion Sunday. This was the 16th time this season that the Dodgers led going into the 7th inning but the first time they lost doing so. Their overall record this season is 18-13.

The Dodgers new third baseman wasted no time getting on base with a ground-rule double. Andy LaRoche made it home with a hit from outfielder Andre Ethier. That tied the game at one. Ethier later made it home himself.

Wilson Betemit hit two pinch-hit homers in two consecutive days making the score four to one. But later Atlanta came back and tied it up. Edgar Renteria drove in a pair of runs and scored twice while extending his hit streak to 15 games. They ended up putting five runs up in the 7th inning.

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