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Cespedes goes to the Mets at deadline

The Mets landed Yoenis Cespedes at the wire. Who else made last-minute moves at MLB's trade deadline?

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Every good fighter needs a sweet nickname. Use our MMA name generator to create a name that strikes fear into your opponent.

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Goodman: BYU's Rose juggles roster changes

BYU coach Dave Rose has the most fluid roster in college hoops with Mormon missionaries coming and going. It poses a challenge on the recruiting trail, but Rose has learned to deal with it.

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Photos: Field of Schemes

Exhibitionists running onto fields have been laying schemes since the beginning of public sporting events. Here's a look at some of the more creative ones.

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Past the deadline. Something could still be announced, but Sox have no deals. Farrell meets media at 4:15. August waiver moves loom

Mets trade for Yoenis Cespedes
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New York solves its left field issue by trading for Cespedes, per ESPN and multiple reports. Cespedes, a solid defender, has a .829 OPS this season, compared to Mets left fielders' .710 OPS (18th in MLB). The trade came minutes before the deadline.

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Mike Golic pleads with Jets' Richardson
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"Look what happened to Jerome Brown. I can plead to Sheldon. Google it, Sheldon. Look at it. Read the story. Guy that was 27 years old, lived fast, had a good time, drove fast, and that’s how he was killed with his nephew. Driving fast in his Corvette. Car went out of control, flipped, hit a telephone poll. Both dead. That quickly. It’s over."

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Ben Revere traded to Toronto
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By adding Revere, the Blue Jays' powerful offense fills its only void: a true leadoff hitter. Revere has hit .298 with 24 steals as the Phillies' primary leadoff hitter this year.

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'The Mountain' lifts everything

Hafthor Bjornsson from "Game of Thrones" won his second Europe's Strongest Man title. Could "World's Strongest Man" be next? Check it out

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SportsCenter's Not Top 10
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There were many fielding gaffes this week, but the Class A player who forgot the key ingredient in a HR -- touching home -- is this week's worst play.

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Reporter gets the Belichick treatment
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The reporter just wanted to know if Bill saw the "cheaters look up" banner flying over Pats practice on Thursday. Belichick responded exactly how you'd expect.

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What a hairy good time
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The Bowie Baysox, the Orioles' Double-A affiliate, held a "Back Hair Appreciation Night" on Thursday. Featured? A free waxing station, a Hairy Wall of Fame and free admission if a number was shaved into your back. Good times. 'Ohhh, Kelly Clarkson'?

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Expedited Brady decision requested
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The NFL and NFLPA have agreed to find a "final resolution" before the start of the 2015 season after agreeing that would be "in everyone's best interest," according to multiple reports. The Patriots' first game is Sept. 10. Story

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Edwards snacks on a raw egg
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Iowa's Drew Ott did it. ESPN's Jemele Hill did it. Brad Edwards decided he couldn't be left out.

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Cam Newton defends offseason

The Panthers QB doesn't think his "adventurous" offseason, which included flag football, put him at risk: "Walking down the street you can get hit by a car. I don't live life with any type of regrets. ... I don't want my stardom to alienate me from the regular public."

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Jay Bruce not in Reds lineup

Bruce's omission is intriguing because he's been the center of trade rumors. Jason Bourgeois fills in for the Reds, who play the Pirates at 7:10 p.m. ET.

BBTN: Trade deadline edition, 3:30 p.m. ET
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The Baseball Tonight crew preps you for the remaining 30 minutes before the deadline and discusses all the trades thus far. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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How to use Twitter to get an NFL job

Ask and you shall receive is how the saying goes, right? LaVance Taylor took that to a new level this week: The RB reached out to the Chiefs on Twitter, asking for a job. Kansas City decided to take him up on it. Signed to a contract

Those are fighting words

Ronda Rousey and Bethe Correia put on training exhibitions for the Brazilian fans before Saturday's fight, but Correia's words weren't just for practice: "I will fight to knock Ronda down."

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Glanville: Revere brings reckless abandon
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Said Doug Glanville on what the LF would bring to the Blue Jays (as reported by MLB's Phillies reporter): "His hair is on fire, shoes are on fire. That's his game, and you're looking for a high-energy guy, that's Ben Revere's game."

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Friday trade deadline highlights ... so far
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  • Marlins SP Dan Haren to Cubs
  • Phillies OF Ben Revere to Blue Jays
  • Brewers OF Gerardo Parra to Orioles
  • Rays RP Kevin Jepsen to Twins

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