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People in the Atlanta area seem to like baseball enough to justify new ballparks — just not enough to actually fill them up.
Known as one of the hardest-working squads in the world, Chile is starting to feel the wear and tear of its all-out style in the Confederations Cup.
A sinus infection and sore throat forced Eddie Rosario out of the starting lineup on Saturday. But on Sunday he felt much better. And it showed.
Not counting own goals, the Loons have scored only five first-half goals; they have 18 in the second half.
On a night when the officials called 43 fouls in 40 minutes, center Sylvia Fowles was often the focus. She responded by dominating the final minutes of the game.