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Montoya darts past Power for 2nd Indy win

Fifteen years after he won the race in his first appearance, Juan Pablo Montoya won his second Indianapolis 500 on Sunday.

Sunday's MLB Highlights

Dozier powers Twins past White Sox (0:43)

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French Open

Halep advances in Paris (0:59)

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SC Featured - Liam Dwyer: Drive (6:38)
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Pitcher pulls off hidden-ball trick (0:26)

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Fan catches bat while holding his beer (0:39)

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Patriots fans hold "Free Tom Brady" rally (0:41)

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Importance of OTAs for Jimmy Garoppolo (1:04)

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Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

1995-96 Bulls: 84-11; 1996-97 Bulls' 80-15; 1985-86 Celtics: 79-16; 1971-72 Lakers: 79-16; 1966-67 76ers: 79-16 ... and these 78-17 Warriors

Competitive series are best served cold
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If you want drama, the NHL conference finals are where it's at. In the NBA, on the other hand, the Vegas underdog has yet to win a single game, and only one game has come down to the final possession so far.

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Howard: 'I saw quit' from Rockets

Dwight Howard on Houston's embarrassing Game 3 loss: "I saw quit from everybody in the arena. We can't have that. ... If there's any doubt or any disbelief in your spirit, then you might as well say we're finished."

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Padres chase Carlos Frias in the 5th

After scoring 7 runs over their previous 5 games, the Padres’ bats have exploded for 10 runs in the first 5 innings today against the Dodgers. Frias, who had given up 7 earned runs in 24 2/3 innings before today, was on the hook for all of them. Follow live

Liriano, Marte spark Pirates' 9-1 win

Francisco Liriano started the fun with a 6-inning, 12-strikeout performance -- Pittsburgh's third straight SP with 10 or more K's. Starling Marte ended it with a 3-run HR.

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Red manager sounds off on his team
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Bryan Price, who infamously ranted at the media earlier this year, had strong words for his team after they were swept by Cleveland: "I apologize for anyone from Cincinnati that drove up to watch us play. That was brutal. We’re all brutal right now."

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An unnerving stat for Irving
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The Cavs will be hard-pressed to win a title without a healthy Kyrie Irving, but they've done well without their star PG to this point. Really well, in fact.

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Evan Gattis barely missed the cycle
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Gattis singled, tripled and homered but couldn't come up with a double in the Astros' 10-8 win over the Tigers.

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Baseball game ends on hidden-ball trick
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This Colorado high school Class 2A semifinal concluded with a perfectly executed hidden-ball trick by Rye Thunderbolts pitcher Luis Ortiz.

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Horsepower leaves Montoya hoarse

Juan Pablo Montoya on the emotions involved in winning his second career Indianapolis 500: "We put on a hell of a show for the fans today. This is what they come for. ... I'm out of voice, I screamed so loud in the car today."

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Final: Blue Jays 8, Mariners 2
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Edwin Encarnacion demolished a second-deck homer in Toronto's victory.

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Cardinals avoid the I-70 series sweep
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Matt Carpenter clubbed a two-run HR for the Cardinals, who won 6-1 and salvaged a game versus the Royals. Box score

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Reds' defense blows it

Cincinnati made three errors in the field and couldn't get the bats going vs. Trevor Bauer in a 5-2 loss to the Tribe.

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Justin Upton already with career day

San Diego's LF has tied his career high with 6 RBIs and it's only the 2nd inning. Upton hit a grand slam to center in his first at-bat and followed with a 2-run double in his next plate appearance. The Padres lead 8-0 over the Dodgers. Follow live

Mother nature not a Rockies fan

Colorado and San Francisco are currently in a rain delay. The weather has not been friendly to the Rockies, who already have had four postponements and endured a number of delays this year. Fortunately, this one isn't expected to get rained out.

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Going fast is in the bloodline
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Courtney Force set a national speed record Saturday at the NHRA Kansas Nationals with a run of 4.020 seconds at 325.06 mph, breaking a mark previously held by her father, racing legend John Force.

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1st time Team Penske has won both the Daytona 500 and Indy 500 in the same year, with Joey Logano having won in Daytona back in February.