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Sergio Garcia to take break from PGA Tour

Sergio Garcia plans to take a two-month break after next week’s PGA Championship in Wisconsin.  The break is contingent on whether he makes the European Ryder Cup team.

If he doesn’t make the Ryder Cup team, Garcia will not play again until the end of October at the Castellon Masters on his home course in Spain.

Sergio Garcia (PGA)

The only way that Garcia would make the Ryder Cup team is if he finishes in the top three at Whistling Straits golf course.

Garcia, who is now 30, has played on every Ryder Cup team since he was 19 at Brookline in 1999. However, his last win was the HSBC Championship in Shanghai almost two years ago.

compiled from staff and wire reports

Thompson surpasses Leslie as WNBA All-Time scorer

Los Angeles Sparks forward Tina Thompson has become the all-time leading scorer in the WNBA.

Tina Thompson (WNBA)

Thompson scored the historic basket in the third quarter against the San Antonio Silver Stars.

Thompson surpassed Lisa Leslie, who retired after the 2009 season after scoring 6,263 points.

compiled from Los Angeles Sparks and NBA news

Stubbs leads Reds to 4-3 win over Cubs

Drew Stubbs has had an up-and-down 2010 season. But on the same token, he is one of the reasons the Reds are leading the NL Central.

Stubbs has been a thorn in the side of the Cubs all season.

Drew Stubbs (mlb)

Logan Ondrusek (MLB)

Stubbs beat the Chicago Cubs once again on Saturday, by belting a tiebreaking homer in the eighth inning and driving in a pair of runs to lead the red-hot Cincinnati to a 4-3 win at Wrigley Field.

Stubbs, doubled and scored in the third inning, started the eighth with his 14th homer and singled in a run in the ninth. The rookie center fielder was benched for five games to clear his head due to a 1-for-37 slump.

In 2010 against Chicago, Stubbs has five homers and a .318 average.

The bottom of the ninth inning proved to be very troublesome for Reds closer Francisco Cordero, who came in to protect a 4-1 lead. He got the first out before loading the bases. He forced in a run by hitting Starlin Castro with an 0-2 pitch. Reds manager Dusty Baker didn’t hesitate or waste anytime, he brought in another “power” arm in Nick Masset from the bullpen to save the game. Masset struck out Derrick Lee, walked Aramis Ramirez to force in Chicago’s final run and struck out Marlon Byrd for his second save.

The NL Central-leading Reds have won six of seven to move to 15 games above .500 for the first time since the end of the 1999 season under Jack McKeon.

Edinson Volquez making his fifth start since major elbow surgery, threw 105 pitches, allowed one run, six hits and four walks in 6 2/3 innings.

Reliever Logan Ondrusek who came on to get the final out of the seventh inning and worked a hitless/scoreless eighth inning, received the win and is 3-0.

compiled from staff and wire reports

Retired Chelios joins Red Wings front office

Detroit Red Wings general manager Ken Holland has hired longtime defenseman and fan favorite, Chris Chelios.

Chris Chelios returns to Motor City (NHL)

Holland told the media that Chelios’ new job has yet to be determined and has no speicific responsibilities.

The 48-year-old Chelios played for Atlanta last season. He helped lead Montreal and Detroit to Stanley Cup Championships.

compiled from Detroit Red Wings and NHL news

Twins beat Indians on Kenny Lofton night

The Cleveland Indians during their days of winning division titles, were used to big crowds in the month of August.

Saturday night at Progressive Field was a nostalgic night with a large crowd with the Indians wearing Negro League uniforms and honoring fan favorite, former outfielder Kenny Lofton, who was inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame.

Kenny Lofton Indians Hall of Famer (mlb)

But the Minnesota Twins had other ideas. They grabbed an early lead; allowed the Indians to tie the game but eventually showed why they’re a contending team by pulling away in a 7-2 win.

Carl Pavano, now 14-7, beat his former team on the one year anniversary of the trade. He has a record of 19-11 since last August 7.

Fausto Carmona was the loser, he falls to 11-9. Carmona allowed five runs on 10 hits in 7 1/3 innings.

compiled from Cleveland Indians news

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