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Brewers pitcher Smith appeals eight-game ban
Milwaukee Brewers relief pitcher Will Smith was issued an eight-game suspension on May 22, 2015 by Major League Baseball for having a foreign substance on his arm to help him grip baseballsMilwaukee Brewers relief pitcher Will Smith was issued an eight-game suspension Friday by Major League Baseball for having a foreign substance on his arm to help him grip baseballs. The 25-year-old left-hander says he will file an appeal to the ban and as a result he will be eligible to play for the Brewers until the appeal process in completed. Smith was ejected from Milwaukee's 10-1 loss to Atlanta on Thursday after the grip-aiding substance, what he described as a mixture of rosin and sunscreen, was discovered on his right forearm after he took the mound in the bottom of the seventh inning.

Golf-Molinari keeps motoring but it's misery for McIlroy
* McIlroy crashes out after second-round 78 * Molinari leads by one shot from Korean An (Adds more quotes, detail) By Tony Jimenez VIRGINIA WATER, England, May 22 (Reuters) - Francesco Molinari recovered from a shaky start to maintain his lead at the BMW PGA Championship on Friday while title holder Rory McIlroy missed the cut for only the third time in 45 events. McIlroy's back-nine 42 was riddled with errors and a miserable three-putt effort from 20 feet at the last hole meant he plunged to a six-over 78 and a five-over tally of 149. Italian Molinari began the second round with a two-stroke cushion over the rest of the field but his chipping was not up to scratch early on and it led to bogeys at the first and third.

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Wall St. ends lower after Yellen comments fail to inspire
Masiello works at a trading post on the floor of the New York Stock ExchangeIn a speech, Yellen said a rate hike would be warranted this year if the economy keeps improving as expected. Investors have enjoyed an extended period of low volatility and steady gains, but with the Fed on track to raise rates this year and major indexes near records, the market could get a bit choppier in coming weeks. “I think what Janet Yellen and all of the Fed officials have been doing is very carefully choreographing their move.

Fed on track to hike rates as economic headwinds wane: Yellen
File photo of Federal Reserve Chair Yellen speaking at meeting of the FSOC at the Treasury Department in WashingtonBy Jonathan Spicer and Michael Flaherty PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Reuters) - Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen was clearer than ever on Friday that the central bank was poised to raise interest rates this year, as the U.S. economy was set to bounce back from an early-year slump and as headwinds at home and abroad waned. Yellen spoke amid growing concern at the Fed about volatility in financial markets once it begins to raise rates, and a desire to begin coaxing skeptical investors toward accepting the inevitable: that a 6-1/2-year stretch of near-zero interest rates would soon end. In a speech to a business group in Providence, Rhode Island, Yellen said she expected the world's largest economy to strengthen after a slowdown due to "transitory factors" in recent months, and noted that some of the weakness might be due to "statistical noise." The confident tone suggested the Fed wants to set the stage as early as possible for its first rate rise in nearly a decade, with Yellen stressing that monetary policy must get out ahead of an economy whose future looks bright.
   

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