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Sunday's MLB Highlights

Goldschmidt hammers homer in win (0:38)

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Two crew members hurt at Indy in pit mishap

James Davison was leaving his stall Sunday when he clipped Pippa Mann, who was coming down pit road. His car spun into the stall in front of Tristan Vautier, hitting two of his crew members.

French Open

Halep advances in Paris (0:59)

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Top goals of the Premier League season (3:32)

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Dodgers fan records himself catching HR ball (0:26)

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SC Featured - Liam Dwyer: Drive (6:38)
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Patriots fans hold "Free Tom Brady" rally (0:41)
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Pitcher pulls off hidden-ball trick (0:26)

SportsCenter clips

Chris Kirk wins Crowne Plaza Invitational (1:38)

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UFC 187

Cormier calls out Jon Jones (0:19)

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An unnerving stat for Irving
NBA 

The Cavs will be hard-pressed to win a title without a healthy Kyrie Irving, but they've done well without their star PG to this point. Really well, in fact.

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Pace car only time Gordon runs Indy 500
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Gordon on a possible cameo at Indianapolis after his final full-time Sprint Cup season: "No, I'm going to be up in the booth, doing some TV broadcasts ... and that's going to keep me from any chance of coming here for the Indy 500. So this was an opportunity of a lifetime."

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Rangers at Yankees on ESPN
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The free-falling Yankees (22-21) look to avoid a three-game sweep against the visiting Rangers (20-23), who scored a combined 25 runs on 27 hits in the first two games. Watch live

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Goalies under the spotlight in Game 5
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Game 1 was tight. Two was a Lightning blowout. Three was a shootout, and Henrik Lundqvist stole Game 4 for the Rangers with a 38-save performance that evened the series at 2-2. Can Ben Bishop bounce back from a pregame shot to the midsection -- and get Tampa back in front? Follow live

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Lundqvist's variance is striking
NHL 

When the Rangers have beaten the Lightning this season, Henrik Lundqvist has been very good. In the losses? Well, not so much ...

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Fielder feeling it at the plate

Prince Fielder is 5-for-9 with three home runs and seven runs scored in the first two games of the Rangers-Yankees series. He has eight home runs and 23 RBIs in 80 career at-bats against the Yankees.

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Bishop leaves the ice before Game 5

After taking a shot during the pregame skate, Lightning goalie Ben Bishop took a minute to get back to his feet then left the ice after managing one slow skate around the zone. Faceoff is just minutes away.

Rockies take control vs. Giants

The Rockies rocked Tim Hudson and the Giants with an 8-run fourth inning, capped by Nolan Arenado's three-run homer. Hudson lasted only 3 2/3 innings and allowed 8 ER on 6 hits. Follow live

Jalen Rose @JalenRose

Finals start June 4th, Cavs will all but certainly give Kyrie the chance to have 2 full weeks off to heal between games played.

Joe McDonald @ESPNJoeyMac

Nesterov took a shot from the high slot during warmups and after stopping it Bishop was clearly in some discomfort. He was slow to get up.

Irving out again for Game 3
NBA 

Kyrie Irving (knee) has been ruled out for the second consecutive game, as the Cavs host the Hawks tonight. He remains questionable for Game 4.

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MarkJonesESPN @MarkJonesESPN

Charles Barkley just said his driver in ATL was mad last week because driver was chauffeuring Cavs coaches who only talked about Golden St !

Hawks have steep hill to climb
NBA 

Atlanta is trying to become the 4th team in NBA history to come back to win a best-of-7 series after losing the first two games at home, but no team has ever done it in a conference finals. Game 3 tips at 8:30 p.m. ET.

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Kieran Darcy @KieranDarcy

Bernie: "Never in my wildest dreams I would have thought that a skinny little 17 year old kid from Puerto Rico could be here this day."