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USA cruises in tune-up for Gold Cup

After Guatemala's own goal put the U.S. ahead in the first half, the U.S. has added three goals in the second to easily beat Guatemala in the international friendly.

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Final: United States 4, Guatemala 0
Soccer 

A Guatemala own goal started the scoring, and Timmy Chandler, Clint Dempsey and Chris Wondolowski each got on the score sheet as the U.S. won in its final tune-up before the Gold Cup, running its unbeaten streak against Guatemala to 21 matches. Stats

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Paul Carr @PCarrESPN

Final: #USMNT wins 4-0. Team's biggest shutout win since a 6-0 win vs Guatemala in final tune-up for the 2013 Gold Cup (which U.S. won).

Sanchez through 6 in no-hit bid

Tigers RHP Anibal Sanchez has now not allowed a hit through 6 innings vs. the Blue Jays. He's thrown 73 pitches, with 4 strikeouts and one walk. Detroit has given him a comfortable 7-0 lead. Follow live

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Hard to crack the Chestnut

Joey Chestnut is looking for his ninth straight Mustard Yellow Belt at Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest tomorrow. Chestnut currently holds 38 International Federation of Competitive Eating records, including chili, jalapeno peppers, pork ribs and shrimp wontons. Top challenger: 'Megatoad'

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Goal, USA! Chris Wondolowski scores! Great work from Gyasi Zardes on the assist.

Rockets get 'excellent value' in Beverley
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ESPN NBA front office insider Amin Elhassan says at a time when there are a lot of good offensive point guards, Patrick Beverley’s skill on the other end of the floor makes him a perfect fit next to James Harden.

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U.S. takes 3-0 lead over Guatemala
Soccer 

Michael Bradley was taken down inside the box for a penalty and Clint Dempsey converted from the spot for his 41st career international goal, the 2nd most all-time in U.S. history. Follow live

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Angels @Angels

C.J. Cron's RBI single to left snaps 0-for-27 stretch with runners in scoring position for Halos. 1-0 with bases still loaded. #Angels

Sanchez no-hitting Jays through 5

Detroit's Anibal Sanchez has yet to allow a hit tonight against Toronto. The right-hander has thrown 65 pitches through 5 innings and walked one. Sanchez threw a no-hitter in 2006 while with the Marlins. Follow live

#VoteAltuve @astros

Correa's ground ball to Bogaerts is bobbled. Runners at first and third and that's it for Justin Masterson. #Astros lead 5-2 in the 4th.

Miguel Cabrera suffers injury

The Tigers slugger left tonight's game after suffering an apparent leg injury on the base paths. He was grabbing his left thigh as he exited. Cabrera was replaced by pinch runner Andrew Romine. Follow live

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United States doubles advantage
Soccer 

Timmy Chandler rips a shot from long range that finds the bottom corner of the net to give the U.S. a 2-0 lead over Guatemala. It is Chandler's first international goal in his 22nd appearance. Follow live

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McCutchen takes Bauer deep
MLB 

Indians starter Trevor Bauer set down the first 9 Pirates he faced tonight. But after Neil Walker singled to end that run, Andrew McCutchen homered to center to cut Cleveland's lead to 3-2. Follow live

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