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Everest climbers among 1,400 killed in Nepal

A powerful earthquake devastated Nepal on Saturday, killing nearly 1,400, collapsing modern houses and ancient temples and triggering a landslide on Mount Everest.

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Spratt: The golden age of third basemen

Manny Machado, Nolan Arenado and top prospect Kris Bryant are leading a new major league trend of a more versatile third baseman, says Baseball Info Solutions' Scott Spratt.

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McShay: Best fits for top DB prospects

Where will the top defensive back prospects in the draft fit best in the NFL? Todd McShay looks at Trae Waynes, Marcus Peters and the rest of the DBs projected to go in the first three rounds.

Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao

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Brett Okamoto: Johnson-Horiguchi breakdown

How will the talented but untested Kyoji Horiguchi fare against flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson? Brett Okamoto breaks down the UFC 186 main event.

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Lightning without a shot for over 20 min

Tampa Bay went without a shot on net for over 20 minutes, so it's not a surprise that the Red Wings have the lead. The series is tied 2-2. Follow live

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Napoli on the board
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After starting the season with 56 homerless at-bats, Red Sox 1B Mike Napoli has finally gone yard. It's his 1st HR since Sept. 1, 2014, and it tied the game 2-2. Follow live

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Paredes still raking

Jimmy Paredes doubled home a run, then scored on a Chris Davis sac fly. The Orioles DH is batting .346 with a 1.063 OPS since being called up on April 18. He's owned in just 5.4% of ESPN fantasy leagues, where he has outfield eligibility. Follow live

Butler on a mission
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Jimmy Butler has picked up where he left off in the 1st half. Butler has 5 of Chicago's 9 points in the 3rd quarter and is up to 28 for the game. The Bulls trail by 1 midway through the 3rd. Follow live

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The Dark Knight strikes back

Matt Harvey tossed another gem in the Mets' win over the Yankees, improving to 4-0 this season. For his career, Harvey is 8-0 with a 2.15 ERA in March and April.

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Michael Wallace @WallaceNBA_ESPN

Jimmy Butler and Kawhi Leonard have hijacked the 1st round of these playoffs. And they're totally relentless on both ends of the court.

Jays add to Canadian flair

Toronto made MLB history tonight, starting 3 Canadian-born position players: C Russell Martin, OF Michael Saunders and OF Dalton Pompey. Unfortunately for fans north of the border, the game is being played in Florida. Follow live

Astros continue winning ways

There's only 1 team in the AL West above .500 and it's the surprising Astros. Houston routed Oakland 9-3 to pick up its 6th win in the last 7 games. Box score

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Nick Friedell @NickFriedell

The Bulls have played really poorly -- and yet they are going into halftime tied at 50. Jimmy Butler has 23 points. Bucks are in trouble.

Worst start for Sabathia

With Saturday's loss, CC Sabathia falls to 0-4 on the season. It's the first time in his career he's lost his first 4 decisions to start a season. Sabathia's last win was on April 24, 2014.

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Butler comfortable in Milwaukee

After playing 53 minutes in Game 3, Jimmy Butler is doing it all in Game 4. He collected 23 points and tied the game on a contested 3-pointer that banked in as the buzzer sounded for intermission. The only other player in double digits is O.J. Mayo at 10 points. Follow live

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Marlins extend Nats' woes

Washington fell to 2-6 away from home, suffering its 4th straight loss. The Marlins are trending in the opposite direction, having won 4 straight after Saturday's 8-0 win. Box score

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Final: Mets 8, Yankees 2

Matt Harvey (8.2 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, 7 K's) fell 1 out short of becoming the 3rd Met to throw a complete game vs. the Yankees. Harvey still improves to 4-0 on the year. The two teams wrap up their series Sunday (8 p.m. ET, ESPN). Box score

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Red Wings score late in the first

With less than 30 seconds to go before the first break, Detroit passed around until Riley Sheahan scored on a one-timer. The Red Wings lead the Lightning 1-0 and the series is tied at 2. Follow live

Bulls picking up steam

Chicago only had 7 points in the first 6 minutes of the second quarter. In the next 3 minutes? The Bulls tacked on 9 more points and the Bucks lead has been trimmed to 7. Follow live

Scraping in Tampa

The Red Wings and Lightning got into in in the first period of Game 5. Goalie Ben Bishop ended up getting knocked down but looks to be OK. Game is scoreless and series is tied. Follow live

Bucks running through Bulls

Chicago's modest 1st-quarter lead is gone. Milwaukee has mucked the game up, turning 14 Bulls turnovers into 20 points and a 10-point lead. Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau can't be happy about that. Follow live

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Stanton homers again

After going homerless in his first 9 games of the year, Giancarlo Stanton has 5 in his past 9 games, his latest going 419 feet and extending the Marlins' lead in the bottom of the 8th against the Nationals. Follow live