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Schoenfield: Cueto might have made final start with Reds

Johnny Cueto sparkled in an 11-strikeout two-hitter against the Nationals on Tuesday night. Was it the last time he'll take the mound in a Reds uniform?

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Cops drop JPP investigation due to jurisdiction

Police in Coral Springs, Florida, are no longer investigating Jason Pierre-Paul after determining that the fireworks incident involving the defensive end did not take place in their jurisdiction.

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Mettenberger refuels Selfiegate: Watt one to talk

Titans quarterback Zach Mettenberger has fired back at Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt nearly nine months removed from a spat between the two over a Mettenberger-photographed "selfie."

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Angels use long ball to topple Rockies (0:49)
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Upton takes a HR away from McCutchen (0:24)
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Pirates tarp takes down crew member (0:21)
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Digital Serve: Men's quarterfinals (1:34)
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Did A-Rod get snubbed? (1:26)
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2015 ESPYS Best Play showdown

Malcolm Butler's game-changing Super Bowl interception is in a tight battle with Stephen Curry's ridiculous step-back 3 in the ESPYS bracket for Best Play. Vote now.

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Doolittle: Ranking big-men FA signings

With the NBA's annual moratorium taking effect last week, big men have dominated free agency. Bradford Doolittle ranks the free-agent signings of the top four bigs by their expected impact.

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One All-Star robs another of homer
MLB 

The Padres' Justin Upton went up and over the left field wall at PNC Park to rob the Pirates' Andrew McCutchen of a home run.

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There's a duck on the field ...

HP umpire Angel Hernandez took a break from calling balls and strikes to shoo a duck -- yes, you read that right -- on the field in the second inning of the Cubs-Cards game. At least it wasn't a goat, Cubs fans.

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What's next for U.S. Gold Cup team
Soccer 

The U.S. started the Gold Cup with a 2-1 win over Honduras, but it has very lofty goals at the tournament.

Soccer 

Mo'ne throws out first pitch at Fenway
MLB 

Mo'ne Davis became a household name at the 2014 Little League World Series, and she got to throw out the first pitch before tonight's Marlins-Red Sox game. She's also up for an ESPY for Best Breakthrough Athlete. Cast your vote

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MLB 

Jordan Spieth goes fishing, catches shark
Golf 

Spieth was fighting to reel in a tuna, and after a struggle, the golfer described: "What surfaced was like a 12-foot long, 300-pound black tip shark that had eaten this tuna and then had hooked itself. So I guess I caught both in one because I got that shark." No room on boat for shark

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Golf 

U.S. women to get rare ticker-tape parade
Women's World Cup 

The only people honored in the New York Canyon of Heroes in the last 16 years were the Yankees and Giants. The last parade for a non-sports event was for Sen. John Glenn and fellow crew members of the U.S. space shuttle Discovery in 1998.

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Women's World Cup 

McCutchen, All-Star of grounds crew
MLB 

All-Star Pirates OF Andrew McCutchen and LF Sean Rodriguez hopped into action to help out the struggling grounds crew at PNC Park as their game vs. the Padres went into a rain delay.

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MLB 

When tarps attack
MLB 

A strong gust of wind blew the tarp out of control at PNC Park, taking down a member of the grounds crew with it during a rain delay in Tuesday's Pirates-Padres game.

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Today's NBA deals
NBA 

  • Kevin Garnett: 2-year deal with Wolves
  • David Lee: Dealt to Celtics for Gerald Wallace
  • Aaron Brooks: 1-year deal with Bulls
  • Charlie Villanueva: 1-year deal with Mavs
  • Jason Smith: 1-year deal with Magic
  • Alan Anderson: 1-year deal with Wizards
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NBA 

Steph says bye to Lee ... by trolling him
NBA 

How did Stephen Curry wish David Lee well after his trade to the Boston Celtics? By posting a not-so-flattering video to Twitter. Got him!

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NBA 

No mercy for Micronesia
Soccer 

How does this even happen? Micronesia's three-game humiliation in the Pacific Games concluded with a 46-0 loss to Vanuatu. Yes, in soccer. You have to see it to believe it.

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Soccer 

Azarenka: 'Put aside the noise'
Tennis 

Victoria Azarenka was frustrated after being asked about grunting during her match Tuesday and why it always comes up with women players. "I was practicing next to [Rafael] Nadal and he grunts louder than me."

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Tennis 

Joyner: Key stats for fantasy RBs
NFL 

There are some numbers that fantasy owners should be pay attention to as they prepare for their drafts, and a big one is the 1,000-yard rushing benchmark, which KC Joyner says continues to have an extremely strong correlation to a back finishing as an RB1. Big number (Insider)

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NFL 

Mettenberger fires back at Watt

Zach Mettenberger told CampusSports.net: "J.J. [Watt] had to say it's a bit high schoolish that I take selfies and I think he still rags me on Instagram every time he posts a selfie. At the same time, if that's high schoolish, he got a letterman jacket made, a Texans letterman jacket. That's pretty high schoolish to me, don't you say?"

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Pop & Timmy: Power couple
NBA 

Want to know why free agents are so desperate to play for Gregg Popovich? This Marc Stein throwback piece examines his magic. Father-son relationship

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NBA 

MLB's changing of the guard
MLB 

With 18 MLB All-Stars 25 years old or younger, ESPN's Buster Olney said there is "no question about it," we are seeing a changing of the guard in the sport.

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MLB 

Broussard: Rivals enjoy Phil's struggle
NBA 

Chris Broussard on Mike & Mike: "He thought he would walk right in, 'I'm Phil Jackson, I've got 11 rings, who wants to play for the Knicks?' ... There are front office guys that ... take a sense of satisfaction from guys like that struggling."

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NBA 

Favre: Leaving Packers was 'surreal'

Former quarterback Brett Favre said that his prevailing thought when he left Lambeau Field for the last time as a member of the Green Bay Packers was: "How did it ever get to this point?" Interview

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Mariners top Tigers in 11

The Tigers left a runner stranded on third in the top of the 11th, and Robinson Cano made them pay in the bottom of the frame with an RBI single to lift the Mariners to a 7-6 walk-off win. Seattle totaled 15 hits to even the series.

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WSOP main event winner to get $7.68M
Poker 

A total of 6,420 players entered this year's World Series of Poker main event, including 3,963 on Tuesday. Based on those totals, the final player left will get just over $7.68M. Last year, 6,683 players entered, with winner Martin Jacobson taking home a guaranteed $10M.

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Poker 

One All-Star robs another of homer
MLB 

The Padres' Justin Upton went up and over the left field wall at PNC Park to rob the Pirates' Andrew McCutchen of a home run.

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