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Retired NBA star Tracy McGrady is moving closer to his dream of playing professional baseball.
The Sugar Land Skeeters have invited the 34-year-old McGrady to spring training, giving him a chance to earn a spot on the independent Atlantic League team.
The 6-foot-8 McGrady has been training as a pitcher with the team.
Aya Miyama scored a last-minute penalty on Monday as Japan beat Sweden 2-1 to advance to the Algarve Cup final.
Sweden led through Linda Sembrant's first-half goal, which Yuki Ogimi canceled out, before Miyama struck the winning goal from the spot kick in the 89th minute.
That win saw Japan top Group B with seven points - one ahead of Sweden.
Only the group winner advanced to the final, where Japan will face European champion Germany after it won Group A with a game to spare.
Elsewhere, Denmark held on for a 5-3 victory over the United States, as the American women finished last in Group B..
It was just three years ago when the Philadelphia Eagles were coming off their last division title and decided the best way to make a run at the Super Bowl was to spend freely in free agency.
Times have changed.
Don't expect these Eagles to throw tons of money at big-name players when the NFL's free agency period opens Tuesday, even though they have about $24 million available under the salary cap.