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Follow live: Dickey rolling at home vs. Royals

After falling in Saturday's slugfest, Toronto aims to win three of four from Kansas City in the series finale. Chris Colabello broke the deadlock with a homer in the fourth to give the Blue Jays the lead.

Inbee Park makes history with British Open victory (5:08)

Park makes history, wins Women's British Open

Top-ranked Inbee Park shot a 7-under 65 in the final round to win the Women's British Open by three shots on Sunday, becoming the seventh female player to capture four different majors.

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18mAdam Teicher

Chiefs' Charles feels like 'LeBron of football'

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles is usually the focus of attention from opposing defenses. The attention gets so much that he said he can feel at times like LeBron James.

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Mariota fixed 'glitch' before camp, wows Titans

During summer work, the Titans pointed out out a glitch in Marcus Mariota's dropbacks to handoffs. In the team's first practice Friday, coaches noticed the rookie had already fixed the problem.

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Super Bowl hero Butler on expectations (0:42)
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Grading all 30 GMs at the deadline

How well did each major league team's GM do at the trade deadline? Former GM Jim Bowden assesses their performance.

Wagner gets four-year extension with Seahawks (0:33)
Team World triumphs in inaugural Africa Game (1:23)
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Stanton rehab 'definitely slower' than expected

Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton was hoping to return within six weeks of surgery on his fractured left wrist, but slow progress in recovery means he'll be out longer than expected.

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Fantasy Baseball: Forecaster Aug. 3-9

Tristan H. Cockcroft digests all the moves at the MLB trade deadline to serve up the best pitcher and hitter matchups for Week 17, which lasts from Aug. 3-9.


Have a day Jose Fernandez

The Marlins righty, in just his 6th start since Tommy John surgery, has a season-high 112 pitches through 6 scoreless innings. He has 10 K's, and 2 walks and 4 hits allowed. With a 2-0 lead, he is in line for his 16th straight home win. Follow live


Tigers pile it on Ubaldo Jimenez

Jimenez's rough afternoon began with a J.D. Martinez 3-run shot in the 1st. Detroit just added 3 more in the 5th to push its lead to 6-1 and cut Jimenez's start short. Follow live


Braves' Simmons to have MRI on thumb

Defensive wizard Andrelton Simmons will have an MRI to determine the extent of damage to his injured right thumb. However, the Atlanta SS did learn it was not fractured Saturday night.

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Tiger Woods closes with 3-under 68 in Quicken Loans National; shot 3 rds in 60s in PGA Tour event for 2nd time in last 19 tournaments

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Tiger Woods finishes with rounds of 68-66-74-68. You know it's improvement when the bad round is the outlier, not the good one.

Woods finishes up and down day

Tiger Woods had six birdies, but a stretch of three bogeys in four holes midway through his round left him settling for a final round 68 and an overall score of 8 under, well behind the leaders who have just hit the course. Leaderboard


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About to watch the championship game of "The Basketball Tournament" on ESPN - winning team gets $1,000,000. Dudes gonna get after it.

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Scot Mccloughan said he spoke w/more than 20 people about junior galette. Mccloughan said he did not like 'that video'. But 'learned truth'

Redskins GM defends Galette signing

Redskins GM Scot McCloughan said of LB Junior Galette, who was signed on Friday: "The decision was made because we really believe he's a Redskin, and that's why we signed him." Galette was arrested in January after an alleged domestic dispute. Charges were dropped, but the episode remains under review by the league.

Russell rips homer to center

Brewers starter Kyle Lohse surrendered his 25th homer of the season to Addison Russell, who hit his seven this year. The Cubs lead the Brewers 2-0 in the second at Miller Park. Follow live

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Troy Merritt opens with a birdie. He now has 12 birdies in his last 19 holes. Decent little birdie percentage of 63.2.

Davis moves into 1st with homer

Chris Davis launched his 18th HR at Camden Yards, the most home HRs in MLB this season. It was his 26th overall, the same amount he had in 2014. However, the Tigers still lead the O's 3-1 in the 5th. Follow live

Park completes career grand slam

Inbee Park overcame a 3-stroke deficit to win the Women's British Open, her fourth different major title.


Seeing double at swimming worlds

Olympic gold medalist Cameron van der Burgh (center) qualified for Monday's FINA World Championships 100m breaststroke finals. van der Burgh's semifinal time was 2nd only to world record holder Adam Peaty.


Blue Jays open scoring against Royals

With a Jays lineup full of sluggers, it was Chris Colabello whose HR gave Toronto a 2-0 lead. It was just Colabello's 10th HR of the season but the Blue Jays' 7th HR of the 4-game series. Follow live

Drivers back on track, Kahne out

After a delay while track officials repaired a section of the pit wall damaged in a Kasey Kahne wreck, the race is back underway at Pocono. However, Kahne's car has been deemed not fixable, and he will officially finish in last place, dealing a blow to his Chase hopes.


The Detroit recipe: Power + pitching

J.D. Martinez clocked HR No. 29 in the 1st, a 3-run shot, and SP Daniel Norris' first three innings as a Tiger have been all zeros. Detroit leads 3-0. Follow live

Charles: The LeBron of football?

Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles on getting so much attention from opposing defenses: "As long as I play in this league and play on a high level, I always feel like a team is going to have to stop me. I feel like sometimes I'm the LeBron of football, especially at my position because I can do so much." What do the numbers say?

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The best first round you'll ever see

Daniel Jacobs defeated Sergio Mora by TKO in the second round on Saturday, which was a bit anticlimactic after the two traded punches that doubled as automobile collisions in the first.


Who's next for Rousey?

After Ronda Rousey made quick work of her latest challenger, Miesha Tate called her out on Twitter. But Chael Sonnen doesn't think Tate can back up her words: "That's what you call a classic sell job right there."


Ronda Rousey rocks Bethe Correia

In UFC 190, Rousey sought revenge for Correia's trash talk and personal attacks. She got it with a 34-second KO to stay undefeated. Another title defense

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ICYMI: Rodgers from downtown ... bang!

It's early, but the Packers QB Aaron Rodgers' accuracy is already spot on.