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Ilgauskas leaves Cleveland for Miami to win elusive title

compiled from staff and wire reports

The latest Cavs player to leave the shores of Lake Erie for South Beach in Miami, is the popular Zydrunas Ilgauskas. He is leaving the only team he has ever played for in 14 seasons to join LeBron James and the Miami Heat.

Cleveland had offered a contract to Zydrunas and have always held the door open for him to return to the team, but he sees a team in a rebuilding mode again and decided to accept a two-year $2.8 million offer from Miami.

Zydrunas Ilgauskas headed to South Florida (nba)

The Heat, with all of their cap space maneuvering during the past few weeks, did not have any centers under contract and they began recruiting Ilgauskas as soon as James was signed last Friday.

Ilgauskas is the Cavaliers franchise leader in games played (771), rebounds (5,904) and blocks (1,269) and is second in points (10,616).

George Steinbrenner, Yankees owner, dies at age 80

compiled from staff, wire, New York Yankees and MLB news

Alot of people may not know, but George Steinbrenner was a native of Ohio, Rocky River in the Cleveland area. And that he had ties to Ohio State University.

George Steinbrenner, who is solely responsible for the revival of the New York Yankees as a dominant baseball team, is dead at age 80.

Steinbrenner died Tuesday morning in Tampa, Florida according to a statement released by his family.

The Tampa Yankees play on a field named after "The Boss" (MiLB)

His death coincided with Tuesday’s All-Star Game in Anaheim and it came just days after the Yankees’ long-time public address announcer Bob Sheppard died at 99.

The hands-on Steinbrenner gave up control of the team in 2008 to his sons Hank and Hal, after a period of declining health. In 2009, he was only able to attend three regular season games. He was present at the new Yankee Stadium for the Yankees World Series victory over the Philadelphia Phillies.

He was able to attend the Yankees home opener this past April.

In New York, he was named “The Boss” and had a win-at-no-cost mentality which meant firing managers and calling out players who weren’t measuring up to being a Yankee.

He took a $10 million investment in 1973 after buying the Yankees from CBS, took control of a team that is now worth more than $1 billion dollars.

The hated Yankees won seven World Series championships in his 37 years of ownership.

Steinbrenner had ties to Columbus, Ohio. He graduated from Ohio State University with a masters degree in physical education and served under Woody Hayes as a grad assistant in 1954. He met and married his wife, Joan Zieg in Columbus.

In 2000, “The Boss” donated $1.5 million to build the band center inside Ohio Stadium.

Schelotto and Marshall selected to first XI for MLS All-Star Game

info courtesy of Columbus Crew

Major League Soccer has announced that the Crew’s Guillermo Barros Schelotto (Midfielder)and Chad Marshall (Defender) have been selected to the 2010 MLS All-Star First XI. The MLS First XI will be joined by 10 coaches picks and two Commissioner’s selections, which will be announced Monday July 19, to complete the 2010 MLS All-Star team’s 23-man roster.

In the 15th annual midsummer event, the MLS All-Stars will face the 2009 English Premier League Champions Manchester United in the 2010 AT&T MLS All-Star Game at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas, Wednesday, July 28, live on ESPN2 and TeleFutura at 8:30 p.m. ET.

Guillermo Barros Schelotto Crew (MLS)

Other members of the team include:

Goalkeeper: Donovan Ricketts of the LA Galaxy.

Defenders: Omar Gonzalez of the LA Galaxy and Jamison Olave of Real Salt Lake.

Midfielders: Dwayne Rosario of Toronto FC, Kyle Beckerman of Real Salt Lake, Marco Pappa of the Chicago Fire, Javier Morales of Real Salt Lake.

Forwards: Edson Buddle of the LA Galaxy and Landon Donovan of the LA Galaxy.

Sydor, former Columbus Blue Jacket, retires from NHL after 18 years

compiled from staff, wire and NHL news

Defenseman Darryl Sydor of the St. Louis Blues has retired after an 18-year career.

The 38-year-old Sydor, played for six NHL teams, including Columbus. He earned back-to-back- All-Star honors in 1998 and 1999, and won Stanley Cup titles with the Dallas Stars in 1999 and the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2004.

Darryl Sydor (nhl)

He played with the Columbus Blue Jackets during the 2003-2004 season, appearing in 49 games.

During his career, Sydor played in 1,291 games, totaled 507 points with 755 penalty minutes and had a plus-21 rating.

Sydor also played for the Los Angeles Kings and the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Carr to retire as Michigan’s Associate AD in September

compiled from staff, wire and Michigan news

Lloyd Carr, who led Michigan to the national football championship in 1997 and five Big Ten titles, is stepping down as the Wolverines’ associate athletic director on September 1.

Lloyd Carr (Michigan photo)

The 64-year-old Carr, coached Michigan from 1995 to 2008. His teams had a record of 122-40, including and 81-23 in the Big Ten Conference.

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