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Follow live: Will Mets or Dodgers win series?

The Mets won Friday. The Dodgers took Saturday's game. How will the rubber match pan out in L.A.?

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Sources: Cavs look to land Johnson from Nets

The Cleveland Cavaliers are considering trading for Brooklyn Nets star Joe Johnson with their Brendan Haywood contract chip, sources told ESPN.com.

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Tiger encouraged by final round at Greenbrier

Tiger Woods didn't leave The Greenbrier Classic with his first trophy in nearly two years, but he did leave Sunday with renewed confidence, and increased momentum toward the year's third major.

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Ortiz gets first start at 1B in AL game since '06

Red Sox slugger David Ortiz will start at first base Sunday against the Astros -- his first start at the position in an AL contest in almost nine years -- while the struggling Mike Napoli sits.

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2015 ESPY Day Auction

Golf with Chris Berman, spend a day with Mike & Mike in Bristol or watch the Mavs with Mark Cuban. Bid on these and more amazing experiences and support The V Foundation for cancer research.

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Looking ahead: Colorado State Rams

Larry Eustachy's team was stung by not making the tournament last season, but they will have to incorporate some new parts to make another run.

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Lakers, Lou Williams agree to deal
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The free-agent guard agreed to a deal with the Lakers, according to ESPN's Marc Stein and multiple reports. Williams averaged a career-best 15.5 points in 80 games to win Sixth Man of the Year honors this past season with Toronto.

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Baseball Tonight @BBTN

.@astros do what they do best... hit balls a LONG way. Carlos Correa and Evan Gattis go back-to-back to take the 4-3 lead over Red Sox.

Cole gets to 12 in Pirates win

Gerrit Cole twirled an 8-inning, 3-run gem and also become the 5th Pirate ever to reach 12 wins before the All-Star break. Pittsburgh beat the Indians 5-3. Box score

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Rodney Stuckey to return to Pacers

Indiana reached a 3-year, $21M deal with the free-agent guard, agent Paolo Zamorano told ESPN's Brian Windhorst. Stuckey averaged 12.6 points, 3.5 rebounds and 3.1 assists in 71 games for the Pacers last season.

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Blue Jays power through Tigers

Toronto used a 6-run 5th to avoid a sweep against Justin Verlander and Detroit. Jose Bautista contributed to the 10-5 victory with his 17th HR of the season. Box score

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Phillies, Braves scoreless through 9

There's still no score at Turner Field, thanks in part to strong performances from SPs Cole Hamels and Shelby Miller. The game is now in the hands of both bullpens. Follow live

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Rockies rolling in the first

It didn't take long for Colorado to get going, as Troy Tulowitzki hit a 3-run HR in the top of the first to go up 3-0 before the D-backs could even record an out. And 3 more more singles made it 4-0 after the top half of the inning. Follow live

With starters out, Red Sox take lead

Boston's Eduardo Rodriguez and Houston's Lance McCullers both made it through 5 with 1 run to their credit. The Red Sox just tallied a pair of runs in the 6th to go ahead 3-1. Follow live

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Ramirez pitches Rays past Yankees
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Erasmo Ramirez allowed just 1 run and 3 hits over 6 innings, as Tampa Bay avoided a sweep in the Bronx with an 8-1 win. Box score

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Look what I found!

Adam Jones' bat flew into the stands at U.S. Cellular Field during the fifth inning of the Orioles-White Sox game, and it eventually ended up in the hands of this fan. Baltimore leads Chicago 4-0 in the 6th. Follow live

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In really the only statistic that could possibly gauge Robert Streb's wedge-putting prowess, he ranks 168th in scrambling from the fringe.

Streb picks a bad time to break his putter
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Robert Streb is one shot off the lead behind Kevin Kisner and Russell Henley through 12, but he will have to play the rest of the final round without his putter, which he broke. He will putt using his wedge. Leaderboard

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Cavs, Nets in talks for Joe Johnson
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The Cavaliers are considering using Brendan Haywood's non-guaranteed contract to trade for seven-time All-Star Joe Johnson, who has one year and $24.9M left on his contract, sources tell ESPN's Brian Windhorst.

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Jungmann shuts down Reds

Brewers rookie Taylor Jungmann continues to impress, allowing just 1 run over 8 innings in the 6-1 win over Cincinnati. Adam Lind homered and drove in 3, tying a team record of 9 straight games with an RBI as Milwaukee won its 8th straight. Box score

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Pirates lose Starling Marte

Marte left today's game after suffering an apparent injury on a swing. Pittsburgh could ill aford to lose Marte, who's helped morph the Pirates' OF into one of MLB's best. The Pirates lead the Indians 5-3 in the 8th. Follow live

Rays break open game against Yankees

Tampa Bay scored four runs in the 8th, thanks in part to two errors from 2B Jose Pirela, to extend its lead to 8-1. However, OF Stephen Souza Jr. left the game after getting hit by pitch in that inning. Follow live

De La Rosa-De La Rosa, Take 2

The second showdown of De La Rosas starts at 4:10 p.m., with Arizona's Rubby taking on Colorado's Jorge. Neither pitcher got a decision in their previous meeting June 25, with each allowing just one run.

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Dealing in his debut

Ervin Santana's return from an 80-game drug suspension is off to a good start as he's held the Royals to 2 runs and 2 hits in 6 innings of work. The Twins and Royals are tied in the 7th. Follow live

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Tatum's poster attempt goes awry
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A day after throwing down a massive poster dunk, 2016 recruit Jayson Tatum tried to do so again in the gold medal game, but ended up getting rejected on a clean block.

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