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Mayweather-Pacquiao: Five things we learned

You don't have to like him, but Floyd Mayweather (48-0, 26 KOs) proved over 12 rounds why he's the best boxer of his day.

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Brewers fire Roenicke, set to hire Counsell

The Milwaukee Brewers have fired manager Ron Roenicke, president and general manager Doug Melvin announced Sunday night, hours after the team's 5-3 victory over the Cubs in Chicago.

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Clips' Paul questionable for Game 1 vs. Rockets

The Los Angeles Clippers have officially listed star point guard Chris Paul as questionable for Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Houston Rockets on Monday.

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LeBron ditched headband to match teammates

LeBron James' decision to ditch his patented headband stemmed from a desire to match his Cleveland Cavaliers teammates, according to a report by the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao

SC gets look at Mayweather and his $100M check (0:25)

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Sunday's MLB Highlights

Astros win 10th straight (0:52)

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McIlroy wins WGC-Cadillac Match Play (1:56)

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Ducks double advantage in third
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Hampus Lindholm takes a drop pass from Corey Perry and slots it past Karri Ramo for his first career postseason goal. Anaheim leads 2-0 with less than 10 minutes remaining. Follow live

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All gloom since June for Brewers
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Milwaukee was 51-33 through the end of June last season, the best record in the NL. But things went south for Ron Roenicke & Co. since then, with the Brewers going 38-65. The Rangers are the only MLB team with a worse record in that time.

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Yankees: sweep a series of 3 or more games at Fenway Park for the first time since August of 2006, hadn't done so in last 24 tries

Brandon Prust rips referee after loss

The Canadiens' winger on referee Brad Watson: "I thought the original call was kind of soft and I let him know on the way to the penalty box. He kept provoking me. He came to the box and called me every name in the book. ... I wasn’t looking at him. He teed me up. That’s the ref he is. He tries to play God. He tries to control the game and he did that tonight." Habs' frustration

Teixeira got Yankees on the board first
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Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira set the tone for New York early with this 2-run shot in the top of the 1st, helping give the Yankees enough cushion to hold off the Red Sox.

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Final: Yankees 8, Red Sox 5
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New York got the ball to Andrew Miller, and though he was shaky, that was all she wrote in the end. Miller still hasn't given up an earned run in 10 saves this season, and the Yankees, who took an 8-0 run in the top of the 6th, held off the Red Sox. Box score

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Red Sox load the bases

Pedroia reached on a throw that pulled Mark Teixeira off the bag, and David Ortiz is up with the bases loaded and the Sox down 3 to the Yankees in the bottom of the 9th. Watch live

Tying run at the plate for the Red Sox

Andrew Miller has been practically unhittable in closing games for the Yankees this season, but he just walked Mookie Betts to bring Dustin Pedroia to the plate with a chance to tie things up in the bottom of the ninth. Watch live

Beleskey's goal still the difference
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After a scoreless second period, Anaheim remains ahead 1-0 at home over Calgary behind Matt Beleskey's goal. The Ducks, who have a 29-21 advantage in shots, will start the third period a man down. Follow live

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With 38.3 seconds left in the second period Matt Beleskey goes for a trip. Is this the moment the Flames fully sneak back into the series?

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Hinojosa works out of a bases loaded jam, and Yankees lead 8-5 heading to the bottom of the 9th. Andrew Miller on the mound to face 7,8,9.

Red Sox get one more shot to avoid sweep

The Yankees haven't swept a series of at least 3 games at Fenway in more than 9 years, but they're a half-inning away. New York leads Boston 8-5 headed to the bottom of the 9th. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Lightning storm past Canadiens in Game 2
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Steven Stamkos snapped an 11-game scoreless streak in the playoffs and the Lightning tallied four power-play goals to roll past the Canadiens 6-2 for a 2-0 lead in the Eastern Conference semis.

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Ellsbury reaches yet again

Make it six times on the basepaths for Jacoby Ellsbury, who's reached on four hits, one HBP and one walk. The Yankees have the bases loaded in the top of the 9th and are up 8-5. Watch live

David Carpenter: Master of efficiency

After Justin Wilson struck out Pablo Sandoval, Yankees manager Joe Girardi made the switch to Carpenter, who promptly ended the eighth inning on just one pitch with a double-play. New York takes an 8-5 lead into the ninth. Watch live

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Yankees leaving in a left-hander to face the right-handed Hanley Ramirez to start the bottom of the eighth.

Final: Blackhawks 4, Wild 1
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Jonathan Toews’ shorthanded goal got things started for the Blackhawks, followed by two goals from Patrick Kane and another from Patrick Sharp as Chicago won its eighth straight home playoff game against the Wild. Box score

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