FavoritesSettings

Play0:56
Getty Images
1m

Follow live: Blue Jays take 3-0 lead vs. Verlander

Justin Verlander makes his fourth start, but he's still searching for his first win as Detroit, without injured Miguel Cabrera, seeks the sweep against Marco Estrada and Toronto.

Play2:30
26mTony Lee

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.

Play1:09
21hBrian Windhorst

Sources: LeBron talks quiet as Cavs work deals

The Cleveland Cavaliers are busy on several fronts as they attempt to solidify their roster. But for the moment that does not include talks with free agent LeBron James, sources told ESPN.com.

Play
World Cup finals preview (3:23)
Play
SC Featured: Around the World in 7 Days (12:03)
Joe Faraoni/ESPN Images
2h

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.

Play
Top 5 Western Conference teams (5:01)
Play
#ICYMI: Wimbledon Week 1 (1:57)
Play
Rice's road back (5:03)
Play
T.J. Oshie's biggest fan joins SC (6:32)
Play
Stonie dethrones Chestnut as hot dog eating champ (0:29)
AAron Ontiveroz/The Denver Post/Getty Images
2hDana O'Neil

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.

Now

Tiger shoots low at Greenbrier
Golf 

Tiger Woods' 67 in the final round and 66 in the first were his two lowest scores in any round since March 2014. He finished the Greenbrier Classic at 7-under.

Getty
Golf 

Jungmann perfect through 4

Brewers SP Taylor Jungmann has retired the first 12 Reds he's faced today, and he's getting some run support on RBI hits from Aramis Ramirez, Scooter Gennett and Adam Lind. Follow live

Johnson looking good for Pistons

No. 8 overall pick Stanley Johnson has 20 points on 8-of-11 shooting and the Pistons lead the Clippers by 16 after three quarters in Orlando Summer League action.

Shuffle up and deal
Poker 

The World Series of Poker main event officially starts at 3 p.m. ET. Martin Jacobsen won last year's title, outlasting a field of 6,683 players. Play will continue through July 14 until 9 players are left. Those final 9 will then play for the title at the final table in November.

AP Photo/John Locher
Poker 

Odell Beckham Jr. poses without pads
NFL 

You may be surprised to know that the Giants WR gets his body from his mother. He said, "She was a six-time All-American [in track]. I have her exact body structure from head to toe -- her wrists, arms, everything. I pretty much look like an identical twin of my mom." ESPN The Mag Q&A

Play3:44
NFL 

Long-awaited debut set

Ervin Santana is about to make his return from an 80-game drug suspension for the Twins against the Royals. The 32-year old went 14-10 with the Braves last season. Follow live

Tommy Gilligan/USA TODAY Sports

Team USA clinging to slim lead
Men Basketball Recruiting 

Jayson Tatum, the No. 2 recruit in the ESPN 100 for 2016, has 9 points at halftime to give Team USA a 34-31 lead over Croatia at the FIBA U19 World Championship. Jalen Brunson, who scored 30 points in the semis, is scoreless so far today. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

Men Basketball Recruiting 

Woods bogey free in final round
Golf 

Tiger Woods finished his first bogey-free round in his past 56 rounds with a 3-under 67 to finish 7-under at The Greenbrier Classic. Leaderboard

Getty
Golf 

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

When asked whether this week was a turning point, Tiger Woods disagreed. He insisted Memorial -- where he shot that 85 -- was turning point.

Greenbrier leaders take the course
Golf 

Locked in a seven-way tie for first at 11-under, Sean O'Hair is set to tee off with Jason Bohn in the final round of The Greenbrier Classic. Leaderboard

Getty
Golf 

Verlander cruising after rough 1st

Justin Verlander has gone to work since surrendering a pair of hits and a run to start the game vs. the Blue Jays. A walk to start the 4th snapped Verlander's streak of 9 retired in a row. Follow live

AP

Cardinals' Garcia placed on DL

Jaime Garcia's strained ground will require a DL stint, St. Louis announced today. The Cards' starter had a 1.69 ERA in 7 starts this season.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

With "average" putting, would Tiger have won? Nope. Strokes gained-putting was -1.025 cumulative. Would've only picked up one shot on field.

If you're watching this it's too late
Soccer 

Drake, the man of many teams, showed Ivory Coast legend Didier Drogba his skills on the pitch. Maybe the Raptors team ambassador could help out Toronto FC. Watch Drake school Drogba

Photo by Ron Turenne/NBAE via Getty Images
Soccer 

USA struggling to make shots
FIBA 

Despite shooting just 31.3% from the field, Team USA leads Croatia 14-13 at the end of the first quarter in the FIBA U19 World Championship. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

FIBA 

Riding through the raindrops
Cycling 

Heavy winds and rain greeted cyclists in today's Stage 2 of the Tour de France, a 103-mile trek from Utrecht to Neeltje Jans in the Netherlands. Andre Greipel won the stage, while Fabian Cancellara grabbed the yellow jersey as the overall race leader.

AP
Cycling 

ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

Tiger Woods has a bogey-free round, finishes -7 (he is T-28) His last PGA TOUR round w/o a bogey or worse: 1st rd of The Barclays, 8/22/13

Papi starts at 1B vs. Astros rookie
MLB 

David Ortiz's first start at 1B at Fenway Park in nearly 10 years comes against dynamic Houston SP Lance McCullers. The rookie has a 2.19 ERA in 9 MLB starts. Follow live

MLB 

Team USA goes for gold

Coming off a 30-point performance in the semifinals, Jalen Brunson will lead Team USA into the gold medal game at the FIBA Under-19 World Championships against Croatia. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN

USA Basketball

Stats that could win or lose WWC Final
World Cup Soccer 

History will be made tonight when the U.S. and Japan rematch for the Women's World Cup title. Here's a look inside the numbers that matter most heading into the grand finale. Key stats

Stuart Franklin/FIFA/Getty Images
World Cup Soccer 

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Let’s remember: Two of Tiger’s previous four rounds hadn’t broken 80. Cautious optimism was the theme this week. Should be at The Open, too.