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FARGO, ND - Play finishes up today at the Legion Baseball Regional Tournaments taking place in Fargo.

FARGO, ND - Play finishes up today at the Legion Baseball Regional Tournaments.  

American Legion Baseball
   Division I Central Plains Regional - Fargo

   Today's Schedule
        Omaha Westside, NE vs. Omaha Creighton Prep, NE, 3:00pm
        Previous Game Winner vs. St. Cloud, MN, 6:00pm

MANKATO, Minn. (AP) - Defensive tackle Linval Joseph has rejoined the Minnesota Vikings after being shot in the leg at a bar, and he is expected to recover in time for the start of the regular season.
     Joseph took part in meetings Sunday morning, but he probably will be held out of practice for the next week or two.
     General manager Rick Spielman says an examination by the team's medical staff of the wound around Joseph's calf revealed no cause for concern. Spielman says "there was no wrong done by Linval" after an exhibition game Friday night when a man opened fire at a downtown night club and injured nine people, including Joseph.
     In a statement distributed by the Vikings, Joseph says he's "extremely thankful" the injury was minor.


UNDATED (AP) - Oakland, the winningest team in baseball with 72 wins, starts a series tonight in Kansas City against the hottest team in the game. The Royals have won seven straight and nine of 10 to move within a half-game of first-place Detroit in the American League Central. The Athletics start the night with a four game lead over the Angels in the AL West. The pitching matchup tonight has Sonny Gray going for the A's against Yordano Ventura. Gray enters the game with 12 wins on the season. This is the opening game of a three-game series.
     First-place Baltimore of the AL East is home tonight to the third-place Yankees. New York enters the game six games back of the O's and tonight's game is the first of three.
     The Dodgers and Braves kick off a four-game series tonight in Atlanta. Visiting Los Angeles starts the week with a 4  1/2 game lead over the Giants in the National League West while the Braves are four games back of first-place Washington the NL East.
     The rest of tonight's schedule has the Mets playing the Phillies in Philadelphia; the Tigers opening a series with the Pirates in Pittsburgh; Miami at home to St. Louis; the Rays in Arlington against Texas; Houston home to Minnesotap; the Blue Jays, fresh off that 19-inning game Sunday with Detroit, in Seattle; and the Padres  entertaining the Rockies.


CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. (AP) - Officials continue to investigate the accident Saturday night that claimed the life of a young dirt track driver.
     Kevin Ward Jr. made the fatal mistake of getting out of his car during the race and walking on the track after hitting the wall. He was apparently trying to confront the man who he had made contact with before hitting the wall, NASCAR veteran Tony Stewart.
     Ward was wearing all black on a dimly lit track. After one car moved to avoid hitting him, Stewart wasn't able to avoid the 20-year old and Ward was hit. According to video and witness accounts, Ward's body was sucked underneath the car and hurtled through the air before landing on his back as fans looked on in horror.
     Ontario County Sheriff Philip Povero said that criminal charges have not been ruled out, but that investigators don't have any evidence at this point in the investigation to support criminal intent.

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