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Chadiha: Raiders' Mack just getting started

As a rookie, Khalil Mack proved he can make plays in the NFL. In Year 2, the outside linebacker is poised to be a difference-maker for the Raiders, Jeffri Chadiha writes.

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Revamped Mercury set sights on WNBA repeat

After a chaotic offseason, defending WNBA champ Phoenix is an almost entirely different team in 2015. But with a good nucleus still on the roster, the Mercury sure don't sound worried.

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No no-no, but Mets keep mashing
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Jacob deGrom's perfect game and his no-hitter were ruined in the 6th inning, but he's still kept the Padres off the board, and his Mets have provided plenty of run support in a 7-0 game at the stretch. Follow live

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Dodgers dismantle Rockies in opener

The Dodgers broke out the bats to put up a six-run sixth inning and hit four HRs to back Clay Kershaw's 7 IP of two-run ball vs. the Rockies. Box score

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Devon, Leah still to receive Jimmy V Award

The Bengals DT and his 5-year-old daughter will receive the Jimmy V Perseverance Award during The ESPYS next month, for the way they have handled Leah's inspirational fight with cancer. "This award is a testament to the inspiration Devon and Leah are to all the families who are suffering from similar circumstances," ESPYS executive producer Maura Mandt said. Story

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Pirates jump to lead after 5th

Andrew McCutchen's 2nd sacrifice fly of the game leveled the score and Neil Walker followed with a 2-run double as Pittsburgh took a 4-2 lead over San Francisco in the 5th. Follow live

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LeBron and Kyrie's lefts are not all right

Cavs stars LeBron James and Kyrie Irving, who are both natural righties, tried shooting left-handed 3-pointers in practice, and the best thing we can say is that one of them managed to draw backboard. The side of it, anyway.

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Yankees knock King Felix off his throne

Mark Teixeira clubbed a grand slam off Felix Hernandez -- his 15th homer of the season -- to put the Yankees up 7-0 over the Mariners. Hernandez hadn't given up more than 4 earned runs in a start entering tonight. Follow live

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Irving's health a question of timing
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Relative to seasons past, 2014-15 was the healthiest Cavs PG Kyrie Irving has ever been. But he continues to battle knee and foot maladies as Game 1 of the NBA Finals nears (Thursday at 9 p.m. ET on ABC).

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All or nothing for the Mets

Andrew Cashner struck out 12 New York batters, but the Mets chased him off in the top of the 5th after scoring 6 runs on 11 hits, including the past 2 runs with 2 outs in the inning. The Pads, meanwhile, have been completely blanked by Jacob deGrom so far as we head to the 6th. Follow live

Freeman on fire in Arizona

Freddie Freeman, who hit a homer in the fifth inning, added another run in the sixth with an RBI single to right field to give the Braves a commanding 7-1 lead over the Diamondbacks. Freeman is 2-for-4 with 3 RBIs and a run.

Rays get two back with homer in 4th

With the Lightning in the Stanley Cup finals, it's only natural that a Tampa Bay player named Franklin would get electric. Nick Franklin, not Ben, hit a 2-run homer down the right field line, and the Rays trail the Angels 4-3 in the top of the 4th. Follow live

Gomez's single all Brewers need

Carlos Gomez drove in the game's only run in the 1st and Brewers SP Mike Fiers (6 inning, 0 runs) did the rest. Box score

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Yankees tag King Felix for 2 in 4th inning

Brett Gardner scored on a wild pitch and Chase Headley scored on a double play to put the Yankees up 2-0 on the Mariners. Felix Hernandez has allowed more than two earned runs just twice this season. Follow live

A strike has broken out in San Diego

Or something like one, anyway. Of the first 30 batters, 16 went down on strikes, and Mets SP Jacob deGrom has seen 12 batters and retired them all as New York leads the Padres 2-0 in the 5th. Follow live

Dodgers dogging Rockies pitchers

It doesn't matter who the Rockies put on the mound. The Dodgers have scored 11 runs on 16 hits off four pitchers after Howie Kendrick's 3-run blast in the 8th inning. L.A. leads 11-2 in Colorado. Follow live