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  • Clint Frazier’s season is over

    Clint Frazier won’t make it back to the big leagues this year. Frazier was recently examined by Dr. Micky Collins, a Pittsburgh neurologist and sent back to Tampa to begin working out. “I would say it’s unlikely,’’ Frazier makes it back this season, manager Aaron Boone said before the Yankees’ 8-2 loss to the A’s...

    New York Post
  • US soccer legend Clint Dempsey is done

    SEATTLE — Former U.S. national team captain and Seattle Sounders striker Clint Dempsey has announced his retirement, effective immediately. In a statement issued Wednesday by the Sounders, the 35-year-old Dempsey said he believes it’s the right time to step away from the game. Dempsey is tied with Landon Donovan as the greatest U.S. goal scorer,...

    New York Post
  • The Latest: Clint Bowyer wins 1st stage at Brickyard

    The Latest on NASCAR's two races at Indianapolis on Monday (all times local): 3 p.m. Clint Bowyer has won the first stage of the Brickyard 400. The stage victory was … Click to Continue

    thenewstribune
  • Team USA's Clint Dempsey Retires from Pro Soccer

    Team USA soccer legend Clint Dempsey is hanging up his cleats -- announcing he's retiring from professional soccer.  "'After a lot of thought, my family and I have decided that this is the right time for me to step away from the…

    TMZ
  • Will American soccer even look for the next Clint Dempsey?

    Dempsey is one of a kind. Mostly because soccer is for rich kids who get their love for the game coached out of them. You’ve probably heard the Bruce Arena quote hundreds of times now: “Clint Dempsey tries shit.” People repeat it every time Dempsey does something cool, like that Juventus goal. Arena’s saying has endured over a decade for two reasons. One, it’s a perfect description of what Dempsey is about as a footballer. And two, American national teams have historically been painfully light...

    SBNation.com
  • Clint Dempsey, mainstay of U.S. national team, retires

    Clint Dempsey had already played in a World Cup by the time Bob Bradley took over as coach of the U.S. national team, so there was no doubt about his ability. What was harder to see was Dempsey’s fierce competitiveness. Bradley quickly became acquainted with that too. Two games into the 2009 Confederations...

    latimes.com