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July 07, 2003
9 to 1Odds British bookmaker William Hill offered on Englishman Tim Henman to win Wimbledon.
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July 07, 2003

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9 to 1
Odds British bookmaker William Hill offered on Englishman Tim Henman to win Wimbledon.

4 to 1
Odds Hill offered on Henman to hurt his shoulder and retire from a match.

21
Foreign-born players selected in Thursday's NBA draft, a record.

9
Pitches LeBron James swung at and missed before hitting a soft liner to right while taking batting practice before Friday's Reds-Indians game in Cleveland.

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Major Leaguers since 1900 who have had three hits in an inning, including Red Sox outfielder Johnny Damon, who singled, doubled and tripled in Boston's 14-run first against the Marlins last Friday.

$1,168,136
Payout on a single $2 Pick Six bet at Churchill Downs in Kentucky, nearly three times the previous record for a Pick Six payout.

301
Homers for Lee Seung-yeop of Korea's Samsung Lions, who at 26 years, 10 months is the youngest pro ballplayer ever to reach 300 career home runs.

$690,000
Value of a two-year contract that Al-Saadi Gadhafi, son of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, signed with Italian club Perugia; Al-Saadi, 29, had been playing in Tripoli for a team he owns.

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