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  1. Instagram photo stars capture U.S. Open

    Patrick Dorsey

    In spring we saw them in New York City's Madison Square Garden, capturing Rangers Stanley Cup playoff game. Now in late summer, a trio of Instagram stars -- Brian DiFeo (@bridif), Anthony Danielle (@takinyerphoto) and Liz Eswein (@newyorkcity), w...

    Blog | August 31, 2012
  2. One from the Night: Sporting in Kansas City

    Patrick Dorsey

    This is what happens when you win in K.C.: With the U.S. Open Cup recently claimed by the MLS club Sporting Kansas City, players Teal Bunbury, left, and Kei Kamara threw out first pitches to Chance Myers (foreground) and Jimmy Nielsen (not pictured) ...

    Blog | August 15, 2012
  3. Yearbook, June 18: Tiger at Pebble Beach

    Patrick Dorsey

    June 18, 2000: Tiger Woods fell off big during this weekend's U.S. Open. But on this day 12 years ago, Woods' performance made for this lasting image -- and, on that leaderboard in the background, some numbers we hadn't seen....

    Blog | June 18, 2012
  4. Yearbook, June 15: Jack's record win

    Patrick Dorsey

    June 15, 1980: On this day 32 years ago, a 40-year-old Jack Nicklaus won his fourth U.S. Open, with a then-record score of 272 at Baltusrol in New Jersey. It was his final U.S. Open win -- but not his last major....

    Blog | June 15, 2012
  5. Matt Cain's perfect-game secret: Golf

    Patrick Dorsey

    With 14 strikeouts and nothing allowed, Matt Cain on Wednesday threw a perfect game. After doing this: That's right. Before the evening's game, Cain (a noted golf enthusiast) and PGA Tour player Dustin Johnson (in town for the U.S. Open) launch...

    Blog | June 14, 2012
  6. Real or fake? Rory McIlroy hits a miraculous shot

    Patrick Dorsey

    Rory McIlroy has been called the next Tiger Woods. And although it's early -- really, really, really early -- there are some parallels. Both hold U.S. Open records, for example. The two also have some skill with the wedge -- although here's guessing...

    Blog | Conversation | November 15, 2011