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>>The Latest

(Undated)  —  Here is the latest sports news:  Indians take down Rochester.  Fever return from All-Star break at Dallas tonight.  Colts’ camp underway.  Colts’ Luck headed to PUP List.  Colts’ Geathers headed to PUP list, to miss first six weeks of season.

>>Indians Take Down Rochester

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  Indianapolis opened a week-long homestand with a 4-1 win over Rochester at Victory Field.  Nick Kingham pitched seven innings of one-run ball for his fourth win and Dan Runzler posted his third save.  Phil Gosselin and Joey Terdoslavich each drove in two runs for the Indians, who lead the IL West at 56-and-45.  The second game of the series is tonight.

>>Fever Return From All-Star Break At Dallas Tonight

(Arlington, TX)  —  The Fever are back from the WNBA All-Star break tonight.  They open the second half against the Wings in Dallas.  Tip-off from College Park Center is at 8 o’clock.  Indiana lost six of its final seven games before the break to slip to 8-and-13.  That puts the Fever fifth in the Eastern Conference, four games out of first.  Dallas is fourth in the West at 10-and-12.

>>Colts’ Camp Underway

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  Training camp is underway for the Colts.  Rookies reported to the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center yesterday, with the veterans due to arrive on Saturday.  Sunday will mark the first full practice for Indianapolis.  The Colts will kick off preseason play on Sunday, August 13th at home against Detroit.  They open the regular season September 10th at the Rams.

>>Colts’ Luck Headed To PUP List

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  The Colts are being very cautious with starting quarterback Andrew Luck.  GM Chris Ballard said yesterday that Luck will start training camp on the physically unable to perform list as he works his way back from January surgery on his throwing shoulder.  Luck is throwing, but can’t practice until he comes off the PUP list sometime during the preseason.

>>Colts’ Geathers To Miss First Six Weeks Of Season

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  The Colts will open the season without the services of safety Clayton Geathers.  He being placed on the physically unable to perform list and will miss the first six weeks of the regular season.  Geathers had neck surgery back in March.  He hurt his neck on a fourth-down stop against the Titans in Week 11 and eventually wound up on Injured Reserve.