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Top Stories: Baseball Sanctions; Calif. Transit Strike Averted

Good morning, here are our early stories:

-- You Be The Commissioner: What Should Happen To A-Rod?

-- Calif. Gov. Brown Intervenes, BART Strike Averted For Now.

-- Aaaannnd The 12th Dr. Who Is ...

And here are more early headlines:

California Man Arrested In Deadly Beach Boardwalk Hit-And-Run. ( Los Angeles Times)

Closing Arguments To Start In Trial Of Alleged Boston Mobster. ( Boston Herald)

Report: Yankees' Rodriguez Facing Sanctions Over Alleged Performance Enhancing Drug Use. ( The Associated Press)

Tropical Storm Henriette Forms In The Pacific, Heads West. ( National Hurricane Center)

Programming Blackout Continues As Time Warner Cable, CBS Fight Over Fees. ( The Wall Street Journal)

Scores Killed By Flooding In Afghanistan, Pakistan. ( Voice of America)

Imports Of New Zealand Milk Powder Stopped After Botulism Detected. ( Bloomberg)

U.S. Military Helicopter Crashes In Okinawa. ( Stars and Stripes)

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