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Follow live: Giants finally get run off Greinke

The Giants have broken through in the eighth inning, scoring a run off Zack Greinke, who exited with a one-run lead.

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Garber: Kyrgios own worst enemy in Open exit

We've come to expect antics and outbursts from Nick Kyrgios when he's on the court. But there were flashes of brilliance in his four-set loss against Andy Murray that the Aussie could build on.

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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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#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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12hGary West

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.

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Diamondbacks sweep doubleheader
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A.J. Pollock broke a tie with his two-run homer as Arizona rallied for a 5-3 win and its second sweep of a doubleheader from Colorado this season.

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Spieth throws out first pitch at Fenway
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Golfer Jordan Spieth tossed some high heat before the Yankees-Red Sox game.

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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

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

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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? (Watch)

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Murray not bothered by Kyrgios' antics

Nick Kyrgios pretended to fall asleep during his match vs. Andy Murray, who said he didn't let it get to him: "No, obviously for me it's important when you're playing against him to just concentrate on your side of the court I think."

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Moss ends game with three-run homer
MLB 

With two outs in the 9th, Brandon Moss smacked a walk-off HR to down the Nationals 8-5 and push the Cardinals 40 games over .500 for the first time since 2005.

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Grienke gets out of a jam, Dodgers still up

San Francisco looked poised to score with runners on second and third with one out, but Zack Greinke had other ideas. The Dodgers' right-hander got a strikeout and a lineout to maintain L.A.'s lead. Follow live

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That's not how you play tennis
Tennis 

Nick Kyrgios had a bit of trouble holding onto his racket during a point against Andy Murray, who is dominating their first-round match on ESPN.

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Morrison's pinch-hit homer propels M's
MLB 

Logan Morrison's two-run dinger in the 8th lifted the Mariners to a 7-5 win over the Astros.

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Twins rally for ninth win in 11 games
MLB 

Miguel Sano launched a soaring home run in the 7th inning to tie the game, and the Twins added three runs in the next frame to beat the White Sox 8-6.

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Olynyk finds Bennett for the alley-oop

Canada's Kelly Olynyk tossed up a nice to pass to Anthony Bennett, who finished with a two-handed jam at the FIBA Americas tournament, but Canada fell to Argentina.

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Tigers fend off Royals
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Ian Kinsler homed and drove in three runs as the Tigers beat the Royals 6-5 to drop Johnny Cueto to 2-4 with his new team.

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Petra Kvitova with the 1st-round win over Laura Siegemund. She's 1 of 2 players to beat Serena this calendar year (Bencic the other).

Goins makes dazzling catch on the run
MLB 

The Blue Jays' Ryan Goins ran more than 124 feet to track down a ball in foul territory, where he made an over-the-shoulder grab.

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Cardinals walk it off against Nationals

St. Louis improved to 40 games above .500 with Brandon Moss' three-run blast in the 9th -- the fifth career walk-off homer of his career. Box score

Kyrgios: Controversy didn't take its toll
Tennis 

Nick Kyrgios on the controversy that's been swirling around him for the past couple weeks after his first-round loss to Andy Murray: "No, I wouldn't say so much tonight. I thought I've been dealing with that pretty well. Obviously it's been tough. But I think I've moved on from it."

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Rookies power Cubs to victory
MLB 

Kyle Schwarber's two-run homer in the 7th was the difference in the Cubs' 5-4 victory over the Reds. Kris Bryant went 3-for-4 with two RBIs as Chicago kept a grip on its wild-card spot.

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Kvitova smokes Siegemund in first round
Tennis 

Petra Kvitova needed less than an hour to beat Laura Siegemund in straight sets (6-1, 6-1) to advance to the second round of the U.S. Open. Kvitova will play Nicole Gibbs in the next round. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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