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LLWS: Extra-inning walk-off sends Japan to final

Yugo Aoki singled for Tokyo's first hit in the seventh inning and scored on a fielder's choice to help Japan beat Mexico 1-0 on Saturday for a spot in the Little League World Series championship.

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Watch live: Little League World Series

Japan outlasted Mexico to clinch a spot in Sunday's championship game. Japan will play either Texas or Pennsylvania, who are squaring off now in the American championship game. Watch it live on ABC & WatchESPN.

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A hat trick for Encarnacion (0:14)
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Gose forgets how many outs in inning (0:33)
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Mangold helps end crime spree with 911 call

Jets center Nick Mangold threw his most memorable block of the summer at his home in New Jersey, stopping burglars from breaking into his car and helping end a crime spree in his neighborhood.

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Follow live: The Barclays

With plenty of birdies possible (see Carlos Ortiz's 62 and Justin Rose's 63 posted already Saturday), will Bubba Watson maintain his lead at the Barclays?

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Rousey-Holm tilt moved to Nov. 14 in Australia

A UFC female bantamweight championship fight between Ronda Rousey and Holly Holm, originally scheduled to take place Jan. 2, now will headline UFC 193 on Nov. 14 in Melbourne, Australia.

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Travers Stakes Live chat

Follow Triple Crown champion American Pharoah as he makes his second start since winning the Triple Crown in Saturday's Midsummer Derby. Estimated post time for the Travers is 5:46 p.m. ET.

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Jeremy Fowler ESPN Senior NFL Writer 

Mike Vick finished 4-of-5 for 106 yards, including a 63-yard bomb to Martavis Bryant on his first pass as a Steelers. Not a bad day's work.

NFL 

Lewisberry helps set new crowd record
Little League World Series 

The announced crowd at Williamsport is 45,716, the new record at the Little League World Series. It helps to have the hometown team Lewisberry, Pennsylvania playing in the U.S. title game. Pennsylvania has a chance to bring the fans to their feet in the bottom of the sixth, tied 2-2 vs. Pearland,Texas. Watch on ABC, ESPN3

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Little League World Series 

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Detroit Lions coach Jim Caldwell said RB Zach Zenner does "a number of things well" and they always knew he was a physical runner. Caldwell said he "has performed well."

North Dakota State takes lead into half
College Football 

Carson Wentz found Zach Vraa for 10 yards and the touchdown as the Bison head into the locker room with a 28-21 lead over Montana.

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Vin Scully returning for 67th season
MLB 

The legendary Dodgers broadcast made the announcement Friday, and got some help telling Dodgers fans from Jimmy Kimmel.

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LLWS U.S. title game tied going to the sixth
Little League World Series 

Pennsylvania's Cole Wagner has a homer and 9 K's through five innings innings, while Ryan Farmer has paced Texas with six strikeouts. The winner will advance to play Japan in the Little League World Series championship. Watch on ABC, ESPN3

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Little League World Series 

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

In two drives Saturday vs. Pittsburgh, Bills QB EJ Manuel went 2-for-2 passing for 83 yards, including a 67-yard touchdown to TE Charles Clay. He was replaced by Matt Cassel with 5:20 remaining in the first quarter.

Expect fireworks in Santa Cruz-Mares
Boxing 

Says Leo Santa Cruz of his PBC on ESPN fight vs. Abner Mares: "No one wants to lose. We're going to leave everything in the ring. When two Mexicans fight each other, it's always bloody. We both have everything to lose." Fight of the year potential

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Boxing 

How Santa Cruz, Mares stack up
Boxing 

Leo Santa Cruz brings an unbeaten mark into tonight's PBC on ESPN event, and has the youth and reach advantages over former three-division champion Abner Mares.

Boxing 

Mike Rodak @mikerodak

Bills CB Stephon Gilmore does not have a concussion, but he has a shoulder injury. Out for game.

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Travers Stakes post time is 5:46 ET. American Pharoah looks to be the 2nd Triple Crown winner to win the Travers (Whirlaway in 1941).

Wilson's spectacular bicycle goal
Soccer 

How do you follow up a hat trick from your most recent game? Score your next goal via a bicycle kick, of course. AFC Bournemouth's Callum Wilson lives by this code.

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Roberts jumps high to catch tying TD
College Football 

Montana's Ben Roberts went over the top of a North Dakota State defender to haul in a 38-yard TD pass in the second quarter. He then caught the 2-point conversion to tie the score at 21.

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American Pharoah to run at Saratoga

American Pharoah will make his 2nd start since the Triple Crown in today's Travers. He's the 4th Triple Crown winner to race in the Travers, but only Whirlaway has won all 4 the same year. Post time is about 5:26 p.m. ET.

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Ickey Woods: 'Got to win the big one'

The former Bengals RB classifies this season as a make-or-break year for QB Andy Dalton: "This is the year we must win a playoff game or it's time to start looking in a different direction at the quarterback spot." Woods on Dalton

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Highlight: Encarnacion crushes three HRs
MLB 

Edwin Encarnacion had quite the day, racking up three HRs and nine RBIs, and extending his hit streak to 24 games in the Blue Jays' 15-1 victory over the Tigers.

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Henline homer pulls Pennsylvania level
Little League World Series 

Jaden Henline went yard in the fourth, and for the second time in the LLWS U.S. title game, Texas and Pennsylvania are tied. Four innings down, two (or more?) to go in Williamsport. Live on ABC, ESPN 3

Little League World Series 

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Senior NFL Writer 

A 41-yard run by Bills running back Fred Jackson had several Steelers off their game. Linebackers Ryan Shazier and Vince Williams got beat off the ball, and William Gay got pancaked downfield. Not a good start for Steelers defense.

Wait ... how many outs are there?
MLB 

A mental error by Tigers CF Anthony Gose allowed the Blue Jays' Ryan Goins to score on a fly ball from second base.

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Wagner mowing 'em down, doing it all
Little League World Series 

Lewisberry, Pennsylvania's Cole Wagner has nine K's through four innings against Pearland, Texas, in the Little League World Series U.S. title game. He even helped his own cause with a solo homer in the first. However, Texas leads 2-1 in the fourth. Live on ABC, ESPN3

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Little League World Series 

Fans celebrate Encarnacion's HR hat trick
MLB 

Edwin Encarnacion capped a 3-HR, 9-RBI afternoon with a grand slam in the seventh inning, and fans tossed their caps onto the field to celebrate.

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Encarnacion gets 3 HRs, 9 RBIs in win
MLB 

The Blue Jays' Edwin Encarnacion was a solo home run shy of the home run cycle in today's 15-1 win over the Tigers. He's the second Blue Jay ever with a 9-RBI game (Roy Howell in 1977). Box score

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MLB 

Wentz shows fancy footwork for NDSU TD
College Football 

North Dakota State QB Carson Wentz sidesteps a couple of Montana defenders for a 19-yard TD run to give the Bison a 14-10 lead in the second in the FCS season opener.

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