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Follow live: Dodgers jump ahead off Bumgarner

The first-place Dodgers, looking to stretch their lead over the Giants, have scored first Tuesday night on Adrian Gonzalez's single off Madison Bumgarner.

Murray downs Kyrgios in four sets (1:13)
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RB Jackson slams Bills general manager Whaley

In thanking fans for their support over his nine-year career, ex-Bills running back Fred Jackson also took a parting shot at general manager Doug Whaley in an interview with The Buffalo News.

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Texans owner: Watt wouldn't destroy phone

Texans owner Bob McNair said J.J. Watt would not have destroyed his cellphone if faced with the same situation as the Patriots' Tom Brady in his dispute with the NFL over deflated footballs.

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Watch live: Kvitova-Siegemund

Follow the action from the US Open, where No. 5 seed Petra Kvitova is cruising in her opener against a qualifier from Germany.

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Superfly Snuka charged in girlfriend's '83 death

Former professional wrestling star Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka was charged Tuesday with third-degree murder and involuntary manslaughter in the death of his mistress more than three decades ago.

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#NFLRANK: The top 100 players

Who is the best player in the NFL: J.J. Watt or Aaron Rodgers? Our 70-plus voters settled that and plenty of other debates in this year's ranking of the top 100 players.

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Sound off: What is baseball's best walk-up song?

We've paired off 32 of the top tunes currently used by MLB players -- from Taylor Swift to Ted Nugent. Now you get to choose who has the best walk-up song in our ‪#WalkupVote on Twitter.

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West: Pharoah's, Spieth's careers run parallel

After Jordan Spieth missed the cut last week at the Barclays, retirement wasn't even mentioned. That was one of the few ways in which his week differed from American Pharoah's.


Final: Twins 8, White Sox 6

Chris Sale had another double-digit strikeout game, but Chicago's ace gave up four runs in the 2nd inning and Minnesota tagged the White Sox's bullpen for three more in the 8th to come out on top. Box score


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Pirates now have a losing record vs every other NL Central team this year after losing to MIL. They are 58-21 against the rest of baseball.

Dodge, duck, dip, dive, dodge ... and Dwyane

Heat guard Dwyane Wade shows no mercy during this game of dodgeball.


Brady: "It's been such an enjoyable offseason"

The QB joked in front of a crowd during the team's annual fundraiser, the 2015 Patriots Premiere. The appearance marks the first time he has spoke in front of an audience since his appearance at Salem State College on May 7th, and just the 2nd time since the Wells Report was released,

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Final: Brewers 7, Pirates 4

Jimmy Nelson allowed four hits and one run over seven innings to shut down the Pirates, and Pittsburgh's Gerrit Cole gave up five earned runs for just the second time this season. Box score


Spieth throws out first pitch at Fenway

Golfer Jordan Spieth tossed some high heat before the Yankees-Red Sox game.


Puerto Rico crushes Cuba 91-61

J.J. Barea, Angel Vassallo and Renaldo Balkman combined for 47 points to lead Puerto Rico to a rout of Cuba in the FIBA Americas tournament. Jasiel Rivero scored 20 and Yoan Haiti netted 18 to lead Cuba in defeat.


Final: Cubs 5, Reds 4

Kyle Schwarber tagged a go-ahead, two-run homer in the 7th to push Chicago to its second win in seven games. Box score


Cam's little bro following in his shoes

Panthers QB Cam Newton's younger brother, Cailyn Newton, who is a junior QB at Grady High school, impresses on the field against Washington High School.


Siegemund makes it look easy in 1st round

Laura Siegemund cruised to win the first set 6-1 vs. Petra Kvitova, who is making her US Open debut and facing her first top-10 opponent. Kvitova has an uphill climb if she wants to make her first-round match competitive. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN


Sano homers for second straight night

Miguel Sano is 3-for-4 so far with an RBI and two runs scored. The rookie's 7th-inning home run made him the 4th player in the last 10 seasons to hit 14 home runs through his first 50 career games. Sano's power has helped the Twins to a 7-5 lead over the White Sox. Follow live

Puerto Rico in control in fourth

J.J. Barea (19 points) continues to pace Puerto Rico, which has an 18-point lead over Cuba at the start of the fourth quarter in the FIBA Americas tournament. Live on ESPN3

Goins, Blue Jays walk off at home

Toronto put an end to Cleveland's six-game win streak when Ryan Goins sent a two-run homer to right in the 10th to lift the Blue Jays to a 5-3 win over the Indians.


Phillies pound Mets for 14 runs to end skid

Darin Ruf hit a three-run homer and finished the night with a career-high six RBIs as Philadelphia rolled to 14-8 win, snapping its 10-game losing streak against New York.


Ronda Rousey accepts marine's invite

A member of the U.S. Marine Corps invited Ronda Rousey by video to the Marine Corps Ball. In a video posted today by TMZ, the UFC champ accepted. Plans for first date?

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The 73-year-old fighting for Shoeless Joe

Arlene Marcley isn't a baseball fan. She doesn't know or care about the statistical benchmarks of a Hall of Fame player. She fell asleep the first time she watched "Field of Dreams." But no one has done more to clear the name of Joe Jackson, who remains banned from baseball and ineligible for the Hall of Fame. Story

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Forecast for US Open: Stars

Al Roker was just one of the many celebrities showing up at Flushing Meadows for the second night of the US Open. Was that former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice we saw?


Are the Seahawks over Superbowl loss?

Russell Wilson seems to think so. According to the QB it wasn't until an April trip to Hawaii that Seattle players finally put last season's loss behind them. Hawaii cures all

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Young one-armed golfer shows off swing

Tommy Morrissey, a four-year-old one-armed golfer, shows off his skills on the course.


Murray downs Kyrgios in four sets

Andy Murray beat Nick Kyrgios 7-5, 6-3, 4-6, 6-1 to improve to 11-0 in first-round matches at the US Open.


Rockies turn triple play in 9th

With Paul Goldschmidt at the plate, the Diamondbacks sent the runners on 1st and 2nd on the pitch. That worked out very well ... for the Rockies, who ended the inning in an instant.


Cal Ripken Jr. honored before O's loss

Baltimore honored Cal Ripken Jr. on the 20th anniversary of breaking Lou Gehrig's consecutive games streak, but it was the Rays that celebrated all night as J.P. Arencibia drove in six runs in the Tampa Bay's 11-2 win.


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In thanking Bills fans for their support, former RB Fred Jackson took a parting shot at Bills GM Doug Whaley in an interview with The Buffalo News, saying, "There's only one person in that organization that I haven't gotten honesty from, and that was him."

Schwarber strikes to put Cubs up

Cubs rookie Kyle Schwarber took a 3-2 pitch deep to center and gave Chicago a 5-4 lead over Cincinnati in the 7th. Schwarber has 38 RBIs and 41 runs scored in 47 games. Follow live

A-Rod is probably not wild about wild card

All 14 of ESPN's experts have the Blue Jays winning the AL East. But the good news for Alex Rodriguez and the Yankees is that all of them have them in a fear-inducing one-game wild-card playoff. Picks