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>>NLCS Shifts To St. Louis For Game Three

(St. Louis, MO)  --  The Cardinals and Giants continue the NLCS today in St. Louis with Game Three.  San
Francisco crushed the Cards Monday night to even the series at a game apiece. 
Kyle Lohse will make the start tonight against San Francisco's Matt Cain.

>>Rams Prepare For Green Bay

(Earth City, MO)  --  The Rams are back to practice today in preparation for Sunday's home game against
Green Bay.  St. Louis fell to 3-and-3 with a 17-14 loss at Miami last week.  The
Packers will also enter Sunday's tilt at 3-and-3.

>>Bears Sign Bowman; Release Williams

(Chicago, IL)  --  The Bears
re-signed cornerback Zack Bowman to a one-year contract yesterday and terminated
the contract of former first-round pick Chris Williams.  The team also released
defensive end Aston Whiteside from the practice squad.  Bowman spent the first
four seasons of his career with the Bears.  He joined Minnesota in March but was
waived on September 2nd.

>>Bulls Beat Bucks

(Chicago, IL)  --  Nate Robinson racked up 24 points and 13 assists as the Bulls beat the Bucks
100-94 last night at the United Center.  Richard Hamilton scored 23 points and
Joakim Noah posted 16 points and 12 rebounds for the Bulls, who snapped a brief
two-game losing streak and improved to 2-and-2 in preseason play.  Chicago hosts
Minnesota on Friday.

>>League Proposes 50-50 Revenue Split With Union

(Toronto, Ontario)  --  The NHL is making a new labor proposal to
the players in an effort to end the lockout.  The league says it is proposing a
50-50 split of hockey-related revenue with no salary rollbacks.  Commissioner
Gary Bettman says the offer is contingent on an 82-game season that would begin
November 2nd.  Regular season games have already been cancelled through October

>>Cubs Lowering Ticket Prices

(Chicago, IL)  --  The Cubs are lowering ticket prices next year.  Officials say the most drastic cuts
will be in the bleachers, where the average ticket price will be slashed by
10-percent.  Meanwhile, season ticket holders will pay one-to-two-dollars less
per game than individual game tickets in the same location.

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