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SPORTS NEWS FOR TUESDAY, JULY 29, 2003
Reds fire Bowden, Boone
The Reds today fired general manager Jim Bowden and manager Bob Boone and named Louisville's Dave Miley interim manager for the rest of the season.
Analysis: Enough blame to share
Reds still have a lot to fix
'Boy wonder' done in by pitchers
No rush to name new leadership
Aaron is relieved despite situation
What the fans had to say
Manager drove fans crazy, but earned players' respect
Miley a calming presence in midst of change
Players reminded: It's a business
Odds & ends
How the season crumbled
Video from WCPO

Reds 6, Phillies 5
Sean Casey tied today's game with a home run in the eighth, and Kelly Stinnett had a bases-loaded single in the 10th.
OTHER GAMES MONDAY: • NLAL
Royals bolster 'pen by acquiring Lloyd

Lewis wants Dillon to lead
GEORGETOWN, Ky. - Corey Dillon was eight hours late for training camp on Sunday, but he arrived to find he had an additional job description.
Bengals notebook: Steinbach, Washington holdouts
Meet the Bengals: Tony Williams
Today's schedule

Nasty Boys' ways continue upward climb
In the world of the Metro Softball tournament, "defending champion" doesn't mean much.

Tuesday sports on TV, radio
Plan your viewing day with our schedule of sports on local TV and radio.

FOOTBALL
'Cats sign former Bengal's son
Joe Razzano, a fullback from Milford High School, has signed with Kentucky and will be eligible to play for the Wildcats this fall. He originally signed with Virginia Tech in February, but was released from that commitment during the summer.


McGahee agent says RB ready
PITTSFORD, N.Y. - Willis McGahee's agent insists the injured first-round draft pick is ready to begin practicing as soon as he signs a contract with the Buffalo Bills.

TENNIS
Hall of Fame to honor Frazer for service
Cincinnati native J. Howard "Bumpy" Frazer will be given the International Tennis Hall of Fame's Golden Achievement Award, the highest honor accorded a non-player, in a ceremony tonight at the Cincinnati Country Club.

TOUR DE FRANCE
Fear fueled Armstrong, who looks toward 2004
PARIS - Lance Armstrong was worried he might not win the Tour de France this year.


SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT   (Index of Sunday's sports stories)
Higher goals await Bengals
Optimism, like humidity, traditionally runs high at Bengals training camp. For a team coming off a league- and franchise-worst 2-14 record, the Bengals have great hope entering the 2003 season.
Bengals Q&A


Nuxie not ready to be yanked
Columnist Paul Daugherty writes: You might think he's never worked a day in his life. But you weren't in Milwaukee at 4 in the morning two weeks ago, when 75-year-old Joe Nuxhall finally got to his room at the Pfister Hotel, after flying half the night from Houston.

Sports flicks chock full of characters
This weekend's release of Seabiscuit marked one of the most anticipated sports movies in recent memory. The movie, based on a best-selling book, revolves around four characters.
Tale of the Tape: Tony La Russa vs. Daniel LaRusso
Enquirer Page Two power rankings

SPECIAL COVERAGE
Salute to prep champions
Greater Cincinnati high school sports teams captured 13 Ohio state titles and numerous individual championships over the last year. The Cincinnati Enquirer honors those athletes with a special "Salute to Champions."

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