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Follow live: Penalty kicks will decide Copa final

In a replay of their 2015 Copa America final, Argentina and Chile will need penalty kicks to decide things Sunday after 120 scoreless and heated minutes.

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Pirates' Andrew McCutchen ejected for slamming his bat after called Strike 3. Seemed to have a beef, but the bat slam might have been a bit much.

Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

Midway through extra time, the Copa America final is still scoreless. Both teams had a good chance in the first 15 minutes. Chile's Claudio Bravo with a fine save on a Sergio Aguero header.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Clayton Kershaw done for the day as Trayce Thompson pinch hits. Kershaw: 4 runs and 9 hits, both second most in 16 starts this season.

Turner gets thrown out at the plate after wild pitch
MLB 

Pirates pitcher Chad Kuhl throws a wild pitch and Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner goes for it only to be tagged out at the plate by Kuhl.

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Klinsmann: Copa was huge for us
Soccer 

Jurgen Klinsmann says Copa America was a step forward for the U.S. as they look to the future. "You see players coming through, and they start to bloom."

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Soccer 

Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

We are headed to extra time in the Copa America final. It remains scoreless between Argentina and Chile.

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MLB 

With Stephen Strasburg heading to the disabled list with an upper-back strain, the Baseball Tonight crew examines his importance to the Nationals.

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MLB 

Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

Tonight's official attendance for Copa America final: 82,026, largest crowd for a soccer match in New Jersey history.

Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

Sergio Aguero on for Argentina, replacing Gonzalo Higuain.

Jena Janovy ESPN Editor 

Maya DiRado becomes a first-time Olympian at age 23. She'll go to the Rio Games after winning the women's 400 IM at the U..S. Trials on Sunday night.

Olympic Sports 

Freese's double clears the bases
MLB 

With the bases loaded in the second inning, David Freese sends a double to right field that scores all three runners, giving Pittsburgh a 4-0 lead over the Dodgers.

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Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

According to official stats, Chile with a 53-47 percent possession advantage, but zero shots in first half. Argentina with six shots, two on goal.

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MLB 

Rangers DH Prince Fielder lined a shot that barely cleared the right field wall for a two-run homer as Texas goes on to defeat the Red Sox 6-2.

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Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

Another red card! Argentina's Marcos Rojo gets a straight red for a brutal tackle on Arturo Vidal. We are back on a level playing field, 10 v.10.

When the praises go up, the buckets go in
NCAAM 

Do you have to guard Patrick Dorsey of Millbrook High School from 80 feet out? Probably not. But, maybe?

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Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

Red card! Chile's Marcelo Diaz is sent off in the 29th minute after picking up his second yellow card. Argentina up a man now, and they already looked the more dangerous team.

Alyssa Roenigk ESPN The Magazine senior writer 

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Pirates SS Jordy Mercer out of the game after the knee to the helmet. Adam Frazier goes to right field, Sean Rodriguez goes from right to short.

Crashed bike, stolen scooter, can't lose
AutoRacing 

MotoGP racer Marc Marquez wiped out and needed to get back to the pit quickly. Good thing there was a scooter with the keys nearby.

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Djokovic, Federer take centre stage at Wimbledon
Tennis 

Defending men's champ Novak Djokovic and seven-time winner Roger Federer will both line up on Centre Court on Wimbledon's opening day. Other big names in Wimbledon

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Tennis 

Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

Argentina's Gonzalo Higuain just wasted a huge opportunity -- he was clear in on goal but shot the ball just wide of the left post. Still scoreless midway through the first half in the Copa America final.