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Monday, September 24, 2007


First of all, an article about Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte, a Christian, winning his 200th game last Wednesday against the Orioles. Pettitte had this to say about his friend Yankees closer Mariano Rivera, also a Christian, and Rivera's role in his 200 wins:

"He's closed a lot of my games, and I've got 200 wins now because he's as great of a closer as he is," Pettitte said. "I wouldn't want anybody else closing my games -- I promise you that."

Here's what Rivera had to say about closing out Pettitte's games:

"I'm glad we were able to do that, and get a big win for Andy," said Rivera after New York's 2-1 victory. "That's the guy that you want to give everything you've got to play behind him."

Here's the article:

Next, a couple of articles about Lions quarterback Jon Kitna, a Christian, after his miraculous comeback from a concussion during the Lions game against the Vikings a week ago yesterday. The first article is about Kitna went from being the 12th string quarterback at NAIA Central Washington to being the starting quarterback and leader of the Lions:;_ylt=AuEXGeN26S3vJqSJEkj.0jQ5nYcB?slug=dw-lionskitna092007&prov=yhoo&type=lgns.

The other article on Kitna is about him getting the notice that he should have long ago according to the writer and Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer, also a Christian. Palmer and Kitna are good friends going back to the three years that they spent together with the Bengals where Kitna helped Palmer out both on and off the field. Here's the article:

Also, here's more on that book collection drive that the Colts and defensive backs Antoine Bethea and Marlin Jackson were part of last Tuesday. The book drive collected 60,000 books, which was more than enough to give every foster child in Marion County (where Indianapolis is) 25 age-appropriate books. Now the goal is to collect 125,000 books so that they can give books to every foster child in Indiana. Here's the article:

Lastly, an article about Brewers outfielder Bill Hall and his work to promote baseball in the inner cities and breast cancer awareness:

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