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Colts give 140 million reasons why Andrew Luck won't repeat 2015

What the Colts hope to prove by giving Andrew Luck the largest deal in NFL history was that what happened in 2015, his worst season, was a fluke.

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Hamilton injury allows Rizzo to hit inside-the-park HR (1:09)
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Butler: 'I let people think what they want to think' (1:33)
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Willis wins his first game, celebrates like he won title (0:35)
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Marcus Willis: Fed match was a complete blur (0:28)
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10hIan Begley

Camping with Kristaps Porzingis

After taking New York and the NBA by storm as a rookie, Kristaps Porzingis is home in Latvia, giving back to the community that helped transform him from a scrawny prospect into a national hero.

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Should the Knicks make a play for DeMarcus Cousins? (1:24)
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270-pound Penn State football player the next 'Jumpman?' (3:03)
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Shaq has three schools in mind for son (1:48)
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Stare kid reacts to sports fails (1:24)
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Full coverage: Remembering Pat Summitt

She was one of sports' most accomplished figures but also universally beloved. To say there will never be anyone like Pat Summitt is not hyperbole.

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Candace Parker shares emotional moment with Holly Rowe (1:12)
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Lenny Dykstra: 'I like to win before the game starts or I don't play' (0:44)
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Phelps: 'I didn't feel good the whole race' (2:12)
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19hRubén Castro, ESPN Digital

Urías rompe marca al 'Toro' y le iguala otra hazaña

Urías consigue su primer triunfo en Grandes Ligas, lo hace como el mexicano más joven rompiendo marca de Valenzuela, quien al igual que Julio también ganó primer juego en su séptimo partido.

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

It's a 1-2-3 first inning for the Dodgers' Brock Stewart in his debut. The Normal, Ill., section in the ballpark roars.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

First career out for Dodgers rookie pitcher Brock Stewart is a strikeout of Brewers leadoff man Jonathan Villar. Big cheer from a large area behind the Dodgers' dugout.

Bottle flipping vs. frisbee whipping

This crew sticks some snazzy bottle flips, but there's at least one person not enamored. And he has a frisbee.

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Concerns about Clowney
NFL 

Jim Trotter and Herm Edwards investigate Jadeveon Clowney's questionable health and examine what is at stake for Clowney in the upcoming NFL season.

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Wayne Drehs ESPN Senior Writer 

Twenty-four hours after finishing 7th in the 100 back, promoting questions about her ability to make the US Olympic team, Missy Franklin swims the 200 free in 1:56.18 to finish second to Katie Ledecky and punch her ticket to Rio.

Olympic Sports 

Murphy hammers HR over right field fence
MLB 

Nationals 2B Daniel Murphy hits a home run off of Mets pitcher Logan Verrett to give Washington a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the second.

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MLB 

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Max Scherzer has six K's through three scoreless innings vs. the Mets so far. It's the fourth time in 17 starts - and the third time in his last four outings - that Scherzer has at least six whiffs through the first three frames.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

$43,241: Minimum amount of money the Colts will pay Andrew Luck PER DAY through December 2021.

NFL 

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

No mercy: Daniel Murphy hits his 13th HR of the season, and third one against his former team, to give the Nats a 1-0 lead over the Mets in the second inning.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chants are getting loose, with the national championship at stake tonight in Omaha.

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Schefter: Never seen a deal like Luck's
NFL 

Andrew Luck's extension is for 5-years, $123 million. enough to buy an MLS franchise. Adam Schefter breaks down the financial significance.

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Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

The Orioles have scored 11-plus runs in three straight games, tied for the longest streak in franchise history per Elias (August 5-7, 1996 and July 14-16, 1925)

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said shortstop Aledmys Diaz might be available to pinch hit Wednesday night and could return to the starting lineup in the next "day or two." Diaz got checked out by an eye doctor Wednesday, two days after a foul ball off the plate hit him above the right eye, causing considerable swelling.

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Troy Vincent: NFL will help Manziel
NFL 

The NFL EVP says the league is continuously trying to reach out to the QB.

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Ezekiel Elliott: the running man
NFL 

Jim Trotter and Ed Werder weigh in on how the Cowboys should manage Ezekiel Elliot's carries for the 2016 season: "[They should] run him until he drops."

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Novak Djokovic is left speechless
Tennis 

The legendary Nick Bollettieri crashes Djokovic's post-match news conference and gives Djoker high praises for his flawless style of play.

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Tennis 

Colts bank on Andrew Luck
NFL 

With a rough 2015 season behind him, Indianapolis is counting on Luck to bounce back in 2016 and justify his record contract worth $140 million.

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NFL 

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

On Wednesday the Cubs accomplished something done only 11 times previously in the NL this season: All eight Cubs position players to start the game had a hit and scored a run.