SPORTS, NOVEMBER 2ND

Major League Baseball

Denver–For the second straight year, Rockies’ shortstop Troy Tulowitzki was awarded the Gold Glove for outstanding defense. Larry Walker and Todd Helton are the only other players in franchise history to win multiple Gold Gloves.

College Basketball

The Rams of Colorado State beat the Thunderwolves of Colorado State-Pueblo last last night at Moby Gym 97-82.

NHL

The Avs welcome the Phoenix Coyotes to the Pepsi Center tonight.

Elsewhere in sports…

LOS ANGELES (AP) – One of Major League Baseball’s storied
franchises is on the market. Embattled owner Frank McCourt and
Major League Baseball have settled their differences and McCourt
will sell the Los Angeles Dodgers.

NEW YORK (AP) – The original start date to the NBA season
arrived last night with negotiations to end the four-month lockout
still stalled. A person familiar with the situation tells The
Associated Press that no further talks have been scheduled.

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Washington Capitals avoided a third
straight loss following a 7-0 start, beating the visiting Anaheim
Ducks 5-4 in overtime after trailing 3-0 early in the game. The
defending Southeast Division champs improve to 6-0 on home ice.

ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) – The Oakland Raiders have signed wide
receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh (hoosh-mihn-ZAH’-dah), reuniting him
with recently acquired quarterback Carson Palmer. The two were
teammates in Cincinnati for six seasons.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) – A person familiar with the Big East’s
decision tells The Associated Press the conference will invite
Boise State, Navy and Air Force for football only and SMU, Houston
and Central Florida for all sports. The invitations are expected to
be officially extended in the next few days.

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