Gary Glitter was jailed on child porn offences and is being held in Vietnam on abuse allegations but his Rock and Roll (Part 2) is still played at US sporting events.
Link Wray the pioneering guitarist who invented power chords and distortion has died in Denmark aged 76.
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New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez wins the 2005 AL MVP award.
England beat Argentina 3-2 in a friendly in Geneva, with goals from Wayne Rooney And Michael Owen the rugby union team beat Australia 26-16 and Marcus Trecothick score a hundred against Pakistan as England take command in Multan.
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Lemmy from Motorhead is to address the Welsh assembly about his hatred of the drug heroin.
Derek Jeter wins his second straight American League Gold Glove Award.
Alex Rodriguez and Gary Sheffield of the New York Yankees won the Silver Slugger award for 2005
England goalkeeper Paul Robinson's error for Spurs cost them a win against Arsenal, after they dominated the match and should have won.
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New York Yankees GM Bria Cahman signs on for another 3 years, Larry Bowa joins as 3rd base coach. The World Series ends with a Chicago White Sox 4-0 sweep over the Houston Astros.