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Milo the Dog has had a golden impact on Red Wings baseball, community

They had trained together five days a week for nearly six months in the backyard solitude of Josh Snyder’s rural home. And although Milo the golden retriever seemed to have this baseball bat fetching routine down pat, Snyder still worried ...

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The world of sports rallies around war-ravaged Ukraine

Felicia Bond Zimmermann was within ear- and eye-shot, about two fencing strips away at the arena in Cairo, Egypt Sunday morning, when the Ukrainian coach announced his team would not be competing against the Russians. Soon, fencers and coaches from ...

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A loving team helped Chris Lillis ascend to Winter Olympic gold

Bernie Lillis points with pride to a framed photograph on the mantelpiece above the fireplace of his Fairport home. There we see a closeup of his son, Chris, at the Opening Ceremonies of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. While ...

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Coach K’s iconic basketball legacy has some Rochester connections

Their paths first crossed in 1973. Mike Krzyzewski and Mike Neer were barely household names in their own homes in those days; lightyears away from being the basketball coaching legends they’ve become. Coach K was Captain K back then, serving ...

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Lessons from the sports world as we near another finish line

Journalism, in many respects, is like a continuing education course. Every topic you tackle, every interview you conduct teaches you new things, broadens your horizons. The lessons I’ve learned these past 52 weeks have been profound, extending beyond the fields, ...

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