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Patriots get rude awakening as hotel fire alarm goes off

The New England Patriots got a rude awakening days ahead of their Super Bowl clash with the Seattle Seahawks as a false fire alarm went off during the early morning hours on Thursday at the team's hotel. The alarm was triggered by a smoke head that was isolated to one wing of the resort and caused a two-minute disturbance, a spokeswoman for the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass told Reuters. The hotel said it is looking into what caused the false alarm, which was reportedly the second one in the last three nights at the team's hotel.


Player Ratings: U.S. (2) vs. Chile (3)

Player ratings from the United States national team’s 3-2 loss to Chile on Wednesday.


Golf-European Tour Dubai Desert Classic scores

Jan 29 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the European Tour Dubai Desert Classic at the par-72 course on Thursday in Dubai 64 Bernd Wiesberger (Austria) 64 65 Peter Uihlein (U.S. ...


New recruit Ichiro keen to repay Marlins faith

(Reuters) - Future Hall of Famer Ichiro Suzuki said he wanted to return the faith shown by Miami Marlins executives after they flew to Japan to convince the veteran to sign for the Florida ball club. The 41-year-old outfielder agreed a one-year contract on Tuesday with the Marlins after his two-and-a-half year stay with the New York Yankees ended last year. "I am humbled that they flew 18 hours to get here, this is something that just doesn't happen," Suzuki was quoted as saying by Kyodo News on Thursday after signing up for a 15th year in MLB. As a player, it's something I've been looking for the past two years." Ichiro moved to Major League Baseball (MLB) with the Seattle Mariners in 2001 before joining the Yankees in 2012.


Loss to Knicks Leaves Thunder Less Room to Err

The Thunder are trying to bounce back from their injury-plagued start and into a playoff spot, and their 100-92 loss to the lowly Knicks further complicated things.