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UNDATED (AP) - There are four day games in the majors including a match-up of division leaders in the American League...

UNDATED (AP) - There are four day games in the majors including a match-up of division leaders in the American League with Oakland at Kansas City. The A's continue to sport the best mark in baseball at 73-47. That's good enough for a two and a-half game lead over Los Angeles in the West. The Royals top Detroit by a-half game in the American League Central.  The Tigers also have a matinee with Pittsburgh in town. Detroit will send 13-4 Max Scherzer to the hill. The Bucs begin the day a game and a-half behind first place Milwaukee in the National League Central. The Brewers have an afternoon contest at Chicago.
     The other day game has the Los Angeles Dodgers at Atlanta. The Dodgers start out with a five-game lead over San Francisco in the National League West. The Braves are five games behind division leading Washington in the NL East. The Nationals visit the New York Mets tonight.  The rest of tonight's schedule has Arizona at Miami, Boston hosting Houston, Tampa Bay at Texas, St. Louis home to San Diego and Cincinnati at Colorado.


BALTIMORE (AP) - Major League Baseball owners could elect a successor to Commissioner Bud Selig today in Baltimore. The three candidates are MLB Chief Operating Officer Rob Manfred, Boston Red Sox Chairman Tom Werner and MLB Executive Vice President of Business Tim Brosnan.
     Selig has ruled baseball since September 1992, first as chairman of baseball's executive council and since July 1998 as commissioner. He announced last fall that he plans to retire in January 2015.  Balloting is planned for today and a three-quarters majority is needed for election. Owners have estimated Manfred has the support of 20-21 teams headed into the meetings.


MANKATO, Minn. (AP) - The Minnesota Vikings have named former linebacker E.J. Henderson the organization's new youth football manager.  The Vikings made the announcement Wednesday at training camp. Henderson spent nine seasons with the Vikings and was voted the team's defensive MVP in 2007.
     In his new post, Henderson will help develop new youth football initiatives, with a particular focus on player health and safety. He'll also be responsible for widening the program's reach outside the metro area.  The Vikings also announced Wednesday that linebacker Dom DeCicco will need surgery on his hip. DeCicco did not play in the preseason opener against Oakland last week and coach Mike Zimmer said it's unclear how long he will be out of action.


The U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association has announced its inaugural state-by-state high school coach of the year awards.

Darrell Anderson and Dave Zittleman of Bismarck High were named the North Dakota boys track winners, while Nick Walker of Century was named the girls winner.

State winners will be considered for the association's first-ever national coach of the year award, which will be announced later this month.

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