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Cubs lose first Arrieta start since July 2015

Jake Arrieta tossed seven shutout innings, but the Dodgers piled the runs on late to break the Cubs' 23-game regular-season win streak with their ace on the mound.

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Arrieta: Got outplayed tonight (1:45)
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2hKatie Strang

K-Rod says he had Zika; offers advice on virus

Tigers closer Francisco Rodriguez says he battled Zika this offseason while in his native Venezuela and says anyone considering going to the 2016 Olympics should "do some homework."

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Neymar takes batting practice with Mets (1:22)
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Lue: 'LeBron is like a coach' (1:14)
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Betts goes deep three times against Orioles (0:23)
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Golfer falls into pond after a daring shot (0:36)
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Lindor gets tripped up by his own bat (0:26)
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3hScott Burnside

Kessel finally comfortable in spotlight

His coach calls him "misunderstood." His teammates say he's a fun guy who brings them together. They all agree: A rejuvenated Phil Kessel has been "the man" for Pittsburgh this postseason.

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Q&A with the Cup keeper

For 28 years, Phil Pritchard, the keeper of the Stanley Cup, has squired the coolest trophy in sports around the world, from war zones to the bottom of Mario Lemieux's pool. Since the Cup can't talk, we asked Pritchard to spill some of Stanley's secrets.

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Kings guard Collison arrested on assault charge

Kings guard Darren Collison was arrested on a charge of domestic violence after deputies responded to a report of a woman being assaulted inside a Northern California home, police said.

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Fan throws back Seager's home run (0:27)
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ESPN's World Fame 100

Who's the most famous athlete in the world? We devised a formula to answer that question and created the ESPN World Fame 100 rankings. The names might be familiar, but where the planet's biggest stars land between 1 and 100 might surprise you.

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Stephen A.: Thunder can't continue with Westbrook at point guard (1:25)
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Hoge has the Cowboys making the playoffs in 2016 (1:57)
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NBA Finals crucial to LeBron's legacy (1:39)
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Pillar makes another amazing grab (0:17)
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1hAndrew Marchand

Does the Yankees' Alex Rodriguez have a last act?

One has to wonder if 40-year-old Alex Rodriguez, who has been benched the past two nights, has anything left in the tank after hitting .170 in 2016.

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Pedroia on Ortiz: 'We're definitely going to miss him' (2:00)
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Alaba's brutal own goal (0:55)
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Soccer superstar Neymar gives 'futbol' a new meaning (0:16)
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Moore excited to continue run with Lynx (1:09)
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Drew caps Nationals' victory with inside-the-park HR (0:39)
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Shaq gives Stephen A. a kiss (0:53)

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Cavs fan eats shirt after Warriors win
NBA 

The lesson is don't bet against Steph Curry.

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College player dunks from behind foul line
NCAAM 

Colby College's Pat Dickert, who stands at 6-foot-2, took off from behind the free throw line to jam it home.

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ESPN World Fame 100

Who are the most famous athletes in the world? We've got the answer. Rankings

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Lindor's own equipment betrays him
MLB 

Francisco Lindor was trying to run out a single, but his bat wouldn't let him.

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Neymar should probably stick to soccer

Brazil and Barcelona star Neymar takes a few cracks in the batting cage during a visit with the Mets.

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Harbaugh sends Twitter wrath to Saban
NCAAF 

After Nick Saban took aim at the proliferation of satellite camps, Jim Harbaugh had a few words to say about the Alabama program. 'Amazing'

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NCAAF 

Betts goes deep 3 times against Orioles
MLB 

Mookie Betts became the first player in Red Sox history to hit three home runs out of the leadoff spot in a victory over the Orioles.

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Pillar makes another amazing grab
MLB 

If you hit the ball even in the near vicinity of Kevin Pillar, that ball is probably being caught.

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MLB 

NBA Finals preview, by the numbers
NBA 

LeBron James is back in the Finals for the sixth straight time. Steph Curry and the Warriors are looking to repeat. Who has the edge? Infographic

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NBA 

Renfro: 'I don't view myself as a hero'
NCAAF 

Washington WR Isaiah Renfro explains why he decided to quit football in order to deal with his depression issues.

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Golf shot goes horribly wrong
Golf 

When you wish you were left-handed.

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SVP Vault: Iverson's iconic step-over on Lue
NBA 

Scott Van Pelt takes a trip down memory lane to Game 1 of the 2001 Finals.

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Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Is Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts thinking about his hitting streak, now at 24 games? "For sure. Are you kidding? I know each day that I got it. I wake up, I know that I have it. I come to the field, I know I have it."

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

It took Xander Bogaerts until his final at-bat Tuesday night to extend his hitting streak to 24 games on a flare single, and the close call didn't escape his notice. "As the game goes on, you know your time is running out, so you try to focus a little bit more, try to put up a good at-bat."

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Video: Jake Arrieta, after the Cubs lost a start of his for the first time since last July.

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Rivalry revisited: Warriors-Thunder
NBA 

Every game the Warriors and Thunder played seemed to be epic. Take a look at the best moments from their battles.

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Rockies go deep 7 times against Reds
MLB 

Charlie Blackmon started it with a solo shot and ended it with a grand slam as the Rockies hit seven total home runs in a win over the Reds.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Video: Joe Maddon discusses reliever Clayton Richard's outing on Tuesday where he gave up 3 hits in the eight inning helping the Dodgers break a scoreless tie.

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Vote: Which team will win NBA Finals?

It's Cavs vs. Warriors again. Will Golden State repeat, or will a healthy Cleveland team finally get a title? Vote!

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

A day after the Dodgers were held to one hit by the Cubs, they returned the favor with their own combined one-hitter. The Dodgers' 5-0 victory Tuesday countered the Cubs' 2-0 triumph Monday. Scott Kazmir pitched six scoreless and Corey Seager hit a three-run home run.