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Yankees pile it on late to blow out Red Sox

The Yankees chased the Red Sox's Henry Owens from his major league debut with a sixth-inning outburst, then blew the game open with nine runs in the seventh.

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Strasburg fans 11 in minors, but no return plans

Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasburg says he's doing well after striking out 11 in his latest minor league rehabilitation assignment, but still isn't sure when he'll return to the majors.

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Sprint Cup Power Rankings: Watkins Glen

The guy who finished 42nd is No. 1. The driver who finished first at Pocono on Sunday? He's just fifth. How does that work? It's a whole different calculus to put Kevin Harvick on top in Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.

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Five summer recruiting trends

Here are five trends to watch with national signing day for the Class of 2016 seven months away.

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Carrasco looking just fine through nine

Indians starter Carlos Carrasco notched his 7th strikeout to end the 9th inning and force extras in Anaheim in a scoreless tie. Teams have won 223 straight games in which their starting pitcher threw 9 or more scoreless innings. Follow live

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Goalie trips on embarrassing goal
Soccer 

This goalie did his best to save the ball off the line -- but he kicked the net. Instead of the ball. Whoops.

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Dozier's diving stop in style
MLB 

Brian Dozier made a leaping grab to rob Jays C Russell Martin of a hit look too easy, earning a couple style points in the process.

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Diving grab seals championship

With the Big League Baseball championship on the line, Vladimir Rodriguez put his body on the line to make a terrific game-ending catch to put an exclamation point on the title win.

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Ray Rice: 'I'm a rehabilitated man'
NFL 

Rice told Outside the Lines: "Domestic violence is real. It happens every 12 seconds as we speak. ... I think that that issue alone with me in my situation, having the video -- that puts a lot in perspective. That vivid memory, obviously, that was the worst decision I've ever made in my life."

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'I'm with Ray because I love him'
NFL 

Janay Rice tells ESPN's Jemele Hill that she's upset that so many people call her husband a wife-beater: "He's human. He has done everything he's supposed to do to redeem himself."

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Mariners run win streak to three

Nelson Cruz homered for the fifth straight game to up his total to 31 this season, and Robinson Cano drove in three runs to lead the Mariners to a 10-4 win over the Rockies Box score

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Foster can't stop, won't stop
NFL 

No back has been better than Arian Foster when it comes to posting 100-yard games.

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Impact of Foster's injury in fantasy
NFL 

Arian Foster is one of five non-QBs to score at least 1,000 fantasy points over the last five seasons. His 1,103 points are more than any other non-QB in that span and rank 12th overall. With him reportedly out for the start of the regular season though, you may have to re-think your lineup. Play for free

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Rangers sneak past Astros
MLB 

The Rangers beat the Astros 4-3 for their second straight win against Houston.

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This little piggy crashed into a hurdle

He appears to be fine, though. The only thing hurt might be his piggy pride after this racing fail.

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A's strike first against Orioles
MLB 

Billy Burns broke a scoreless tie in the 5th with an RBI single to score Eric Sogard. Oakland SP Chris Bassitt has kept Baltimore's bats in check, allowing 4 hits and striking out 6-through-6 scoreless innings. Follow live

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Brewers break six-game skid
MLB 

Elian Herrera's go-ahead single in the fourth inning scored Shane Peterson in Milwaukee's 4-1 win over San Diego.

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Archer, Rays power past White SOx
MLB 

Chris Archer struck out seven in the Rays' 11-3 win over the White Sox as eight Rays players recorded RBIs.

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Tolleson takes control in Rangers win

Shawn Tolleson racked in three straight outs with a runner on third base to save the Rangers, who held on to a one-run lead throughout the final three innings, securing a 4-3 win over the Astros. Box score

Hearts everywhere, prepare to melt
NFL 

This adorable little girl got JJ Watt's autograph, but JJ Watt got this adorable little girl's hug and kiss. What a win-win.

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A case of mistaken identity
NFL 

The full transcript of Tom Brady's appeal hearing for Deflategate had a few surprises, such as the court reporter confusing Rob Gronkowski and Stephen Gostkowski. Right team, wrong guy

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NFL 

Brewers snap skid vs. Padres

The Padres fell 4-1 to the Brewers to snap a six-game losing streak. Andrew Cashner finished with two ER over six for the night. Box score

Hamilton scales great heights for grab
MLB 

Reds CF Billy Hamilton did his best wide receiver imitation, leaping way up in the air to rob Jason Heyward of a hit.

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Mariners tack on 3 in 8th

After Nelson Cruz was intentionally walked to load the bags, Robinson Cano singled hard up the middle to score two and extend the M's lead over the Rockies to 9-4. Follow live

Goofy play leads to Franco grand slam
MLB 

After Dodgers LHP Alex Wood appeared to forget how to throw a baseball -- it was called a balk -- he walked Odubel Herrera to load the bases. And then Maikel Franco's grand slam happened.

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A taste of his own medicine
College Football 

When you're the head coach of the defending national champions, you can park anywhere you want, right? Wrong. Urban Meyer parked in Jacoby Boren's parking spot, and the senior center was having none of that. Parking karma

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