Grammy-winning R&B singer James Ingram dies at 66

The Recording Academy has confirmed the death of James Ingram, the two-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter known for his hits “Just Once” and “I Don’t Have the Heart. USA TODAY

R&B singer James Ingram, the two-time Grammy Award-winner and legendary vocalist known for hit songs “Just Once” and “One Hundred Ways,” has died at age 66.

The Recording Academy confirmed the artist’s death Tuesday, remembering Ingram as a “soulful, chart-topping singer and songwriter.”

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How many homers would Bryce Harper hit at Citizens Bank Park? Let’s take a look

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There’s a world of buzz surrounding the Phillies’ pursuit of Bryce Harper and for good reason. He’s one of the most complete players in the game today. It isn’t difficult to project 500-plus home runs and 2,500 hits from what he’s already done through his 26th birthday.

Even in a “down” season for Harper (a .249 season average, 30 points down from his career average),

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