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6hPaul Lukas

Uni Watch: Chris Sale not the first to protest uniform

If Chris Sale did take scissors to his team's uniforms, he may have set a new standard for uniform pushback, but he's just the latest in a long line to have strong feelings about what they wear.

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5hBrett Okamoto

Shevchenko upsets Holm by decision

Valentina Shevchenko outworked former women's bantamweight champion Holly Holm on Saturday to take home a unanimous decision in the main event of UFC Fight Night in Chicago.

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The electrifying Hall of Fame career of Ken Griffey Jr. (1:31)
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Amazing catch robs extra bases (0:34)
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3dRamona Shelburne

How Kevin Durant is adjusting to life as the villain

Can Kevin Durant handle the heat of becoming the bad guy? As the superstar adapts to his new reality, he's receiving some wisdom from friend and fellow free-agency villain DeAndre Jordan.

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Stanton's long ball goes 437 feet (0:47)
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2dJohn Clayton

Ranking next year's top 25 NFL free agents

Redskins QB Kirk Cousins, who's playing under the franchise tag, and Cardinals DB Tyrann Mathieu, who's coming back from a knee injury, are among the top projected free agents in the 2017 class.

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Joe Flacco is not an elite car salesman (0:17)
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Pacquiao next for Crawford? (1:07)
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6dMy Wish 10th Anniversary

Where are these My Wish recipients now?

For these wish recipients, My Wish created a sense of empowerment and hope for the future, and an engagement with life outside hospital rooms.

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The Hall of Fame career of Mike Piazza (1:38)
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The MVP showing he's all-world at free-kicks (0:49)
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White Chocolate still making great passes at 40 (0:15)
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The Miz airmails the first pitch (0:16)
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No regrets for Gio dos Santos (3:39)
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15hJerry Crasnick

Griffey: Ortiz 'absolutely' should be Hall of Famer

Ken Griffey Jr. said he "absolutely" thinks David Ortiz should make the Hall of Fame, citing the slugger's career numbers while calling him "one of the most feared hitters in all of baseball."

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Shevchenko upsets Holm

In her first fight since dropping the UFC women's bantamweight title, Holly Holm fell to Valentina Shevchenko by unanimous decision.

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Sale's tension not just about throwbacks
MLB 

Jerry Crasnick said: "This is something that arises when you have ongoing tension and a little thing gets blown up into a big thing."

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MLB 

Ken Griffey Jr.'s electrifying career
MLB 

Before he gets enshrined in Cooperstown, soak in some of the best highlights of his 22-year journey.

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MLB 

Mike Piazza's legendary career
MLB 

The top moments from arguably the best power-hitting catcher captivated the hearts of baseball fans.

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MLB 

ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

Among those who played at least 50 percent of their games at catcher, Mike Piazza is 1st in HR, 4th in RBIs, 6th in hits, 6th in WAR

Trevor Story puts up monster night
MLB 

Story's 4-for-4 outing including two homers, three runs and five RBIs. Whew!

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MLB 

LeBron James Jr. can play!

Come for the sweet moves by LeBron's 11-year-old son. Stay for his dad's proud reactions. Sick moves

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Joe Flacco is not an elite car salesman
NFL 

"A car is like two motorcycles stuck together."

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Amazing catch robs extra bases

USSSA Pride's A.J. Andrews made a phenomenal catch near the fence in right field.

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The Miz airmails the first pitch
MLB 

WWE Intercontinental champion The Miz threw out the first pitch at Saturday's Indians-Orioles game -- but he threw it with a bit too much muscle.

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John Travolta approves of this home run
MLB 

Cincinnati's Jay Bruce hit a three-run homer, earning applause from the actor.

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Ken Griffey Jr.: 'Ichiro is the world hit king'
MLB 

Ken Griffey Jr. calls Pete Rose the hit king, but tips his hat to Ichiro Suzuki for 4,200-plus hits.

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Curry's new sneakers panned -- again
NBA 

People on the internet don't hate them as strongly as the much-derided "Chef Curry" sneakers, but the Curry Lux still isn't a hit. The fans speak

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Katie Strang ESPN.com 

Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale will not start tomorrow. Manager Robin Ventura declined to discuss situation further or comment on any potential discipline action.

Gattis crushing it with 2-homer day
MLB 

Evan Gattis had himself a day, smashing a pair of home runs in the Astros' win over the Angels.

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Brian Campbell ESPN.com 

Unbeaten Terence Crawford scores a pair of knockdowns and dominates Viktor Postol by unanimous decision (118-107 twice, 117-108) to unify titles at 140 pounds in Las Vegas.

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Brian Campbell ESPN.com 

Terence Crawford has used lateral movement and quick counter shots from the outside to neutralize Viktor Postol's jab. Crawford, the unbeaten junior welterweight titlist is controlling pace and distance well through seven rounds, forcing Postol to think instead of reacting.

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Brian Campbell ESPN.com 

Terence Crawford broke open a close chess match with fellow unbeaten Viktor Postol by scoring a pair of fifth-round knockdowns in their 140-pound title unification bout in Las Vegas.

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Andres Ferrari ESPN Editor 

Terence Crawford or Viktor Postol will join a list of five other fighters to hold multiple titles in a weight class.

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Dodgers snap Cardinals' win streak at 5
MLB 

After going 16 innings the night before, the Dodgers snapped the Cardinals' five-game win streak with a 7-2 victory.

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MLB 

Brett Okamoto ESPN Staff Writer 

Holly Holm arrives at UFC press conference. "I want to get back in there and go forward. I know I'm capable of more, I think I may need to believe in myself more."

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Cubs manager Joe Maddon can only chuckle about he two-homer came from Milwaukee's Kirk Nieuwenhuis, who entered Satursay's game hitting .195.

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