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New York Yankees center fielder Austin Krum dives but cannot make the play on a two-RBI triple by Minnesota Twins Matt Tolbert during the second inning of a spring training baseball game in Fort Myers, Fla., Sunday, March 27, 2011. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

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The Toronto Maple Leafs' slim hopes for the postseason could disappear on Tuesday following a showdown against the Buffalo Sabres, but the Calgary Flames' battle for a spot could go on much longer. Calgary plays host to the Anaheim Ducks in a key game on Wednesday.


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The days of major-league baseball's regular season kicking off with an afternoon game in Cincinnati are long gone. The 2011 season begins with a pair of matinees on Thursday- the New York Yankees against the Detroit Tigers and the Atlanta Braves versus the Washington Nationals.


The Toronto Raptors continue to stumble as their season winds down. A 38-point loss to the Golden State Warriors last Friday was utterly humiliating, and how bad will back-to-back games against the powerful Chicago Bulls and Orlando Magic, starting Saturday, be?

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