S Sreesanth and all-rounder Stuart Binny are set to take part in the second edition of American Premier League (APL) T20 scheduled in Houston from December 19 to 31.
Mohammed Shami made history for the Indian cricket team with a seven-wicket haul against New Zealand.
Fans were in for an ultimate treat as Sachin Tendulkar once again stepped out to the field to lead India Legends in the ongoing Road Safety World Series.
A fine half-century from Stuart Binny andbrilliant spin bowling spells from Rahul Sharma and Pragyan Ojha helped India Legends defeat South Africa Legends by 61 runs in the Road Safety World Series opener on Saturday
Ravi Shastri, Commissioner of Legends League Cricket said, "Mohammad Kaif and Stuart Binny's contribution to the Indian cricket is huge and likewise I feel they will also have an immense role to play in league as well. I am looking forward to watching them play the Legends League Cricket."
Sourav Ganguly congratulated Stuart Binny on his retirement and said the all-rounder's contribution to Karnataka cricket "will be written in golden letters".
Stuart Binny represented India in six Tests, 14 ODIs and three Twenty20 Internationals.
Delhi Capitals ran down a challenging score of 191 to post a win over Rajasthan Royals.
Stuart Binny scored a rapid-fire 33 not out against Kings XI Punjab but could not guide Rajasthan Royals to a win.
All-rounder Stuart Binny scored a scintillating century while Shreyas Gopal hit a splendid 92 as Karnataka put on a massive 649 in their first innings against Delhi on the second day of a Ranji Trophy Group A match.