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Follow live: Owens makes debut for Red Sox

After some early trouble, left-hander Henry Owens is holding his own for the Red Sox as he goes up against Masahiro Tanaka and the Yankees.

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Dave Dombrowski out as Tigers' GM (2:33)
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Fantasy: Panthers love/hate (0:51)
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LeBron questionable for Team USA (1:44)
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Fantasy Football: The 'No Respect' Team

What proven performers are not getting the respect they deserve in fantasy football ahead of the 2015 season? KC Joyner identifies five, including New York Giants QB Eli Manning.

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Franklin: 'Excited' for season (3:01)
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AL wild-card predictions (1:07)
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10hRyan McGee

Sprint Cup Power Rankings: Watkins Glen

The guy who finished 42nd is No. 1. The driver who finished first at Pocono on Sunday? He's just fifth. How does that work? It's a whole different calculus to put Kevin Harvick on top in Ryan McGee's Sprint Cup Power Rankings.

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Five summer recruiting trends

Here are five trends to watch with national signing day for the Class of 2016 seven months away.

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House of shoes (0:45)
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Kennedy watches wife give birth on FaceTime (1:42)
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Padres' Justin Upton day-to-day
MLB 

The left fielder is considered day-to-day after injuring his right thumb in the seventh inning of Monday's game against the Brewers. "It's a little sore," Upton said to MLB's website. "It snuck up on me." Follow live

MLB 

Hey MJ, What are thoooose?
NBA 

Coming at Michael Jordan -- he of 29 shoes bearing his name -- about his kicks is never a good idea. This kid learned that after trying to shoe-check MJ at his own camp. MJ vs. camper

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Mayweather huge favorite against Berto
Boxing 

Floyd Mayweather is seven years older and has the height advantage against Andre Berto, who has lost 3 of his last 6 fights after starting his career 27-0.

Boxing 

No help for Justin Verlander
MLB 

Down 4-0, the Tigers had a chance to close in on the Royals with the bases loaded and one out, but Danny Duffy got out of the jam to continue his shutout performance through five. Follow live

MLB 

Foster's health a fantasy concern again
NFL 

Arian Foster has been an injury question mark for fantasy owners for a few years, and now he could miss the start of this season with a groin injury. How much of a risk do you want to take on the Texans' star RB? Play for free

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Baseball's rain delay shenanigans
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Human bowling. Giant slip and slides. Bill Murray running across the tarp. If you can dream it, it can be done during a rain delay.

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DeSclafani piling up K's against Cards

Reds starter Anthony DeSclafani has struck out 7 through 5 innings, and Cincinnati's 3-run first has held up so far in a 3-2 game entering the 6th. Follow live

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Players impersonating their coaches
College Football 

Players for Urban Meyer, James Franklin and Jim Harbaugh had a little fun at their coaches' expense.

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Stark: Dombrowski-Red Sox 'natural fit'
MLB 

Jayson Stark wonders if Boston will pursue Dave Dombrowski: "Larry Lucchino just stepped down over the last few days. Dave Dombrowski's worked with [Red Sox owner] John Henry with the Marlins."

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Red Sox take 2-1 lead in the Bronx

Masahiro Tanaka found some trouble in the fifth inning after allowing just one hit through four innings as the Red Sox plated two on a Blake Swihart single and a Jackie Bradley Jr. sac fly. Follow live

Nats knock out Corbin after 1 1/3 innings

Diamondbacks starter Patrick Corbin lasted just 4 outs, as he was pulled in the second inning after allowing 3 runs and 6 hits. However, reliever Josh Collmenter got Ryan Zimmerman to ground into an inning-ending double play. Washington leads 3-0 in the 3rd. Follow live

Goalie trips on embarrassing goal
Soccer 

This goalie did his best to save the ball off the line -- but he kicked the net. Instead of the ball. Whoops.

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Soccer 

Cubs extend lead in Pittsburgh

A Starlin Castro RBI double and David Ross RBI single in the third put the Cubs up 3-0 over the Pirates. The Cubs are looking for their sixth straight win as they battle for an NL wild card spot. Follow live

Tanaka Tuesday bad news so far for Sawx
MLB 

Yankees starter Masahiro Tanaka has limited the visiting Red Sox to just one hit through four innings. Mark Teixeira's RBI single in the first stands as the game's lone run. Follow live

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Nationals jump out to quick lead in 1st

Yunel Escobar led off the game with a HR, and Washington added 2 more runs on RBIs from Ryan Zimmerman and Jayson Werth for an early 3-0 lead over the Diamondbacks. They could have had more runs but Max Scherzer made the last out with the bases loaded. Follow live

Perez has Justin Verlander's number

Salvador Perez is 2-for-2 with 3 RBIs after hitting his team-high 16th HR this season in the fourth to put the Royals up 3-0 against the Tigers. He's now 17-37 (.459) with 13 RBI against Verlander in his career. That's his highest BA, RBIs and hits against any pitcher with at least 10 PA. Follow live

Donaldson, Tulo go deep for Blue Jays
MLB 

First 3B Josh Donaldon's solo shot to left made it 1-0 in the first, then SS Troy Tulowitzki's solo homer made it 2-0 in the third vs. the Twins. Toronto is looking for its third straight win. Follow live

MLB 

Ray Rice: 'I'm a rehabilitated man'
NFL 

Rice told Outside the Lines: "Domestic violence is real. It happens every 12 seconds as we speak. ... I think that that issue alone with me in my situation, having the video -- that puts a lot in perspective. That vivid memory, obviously, that was the worst decision I've ever made in my life."

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Kang drills Russell at home to save run

Cubs LF Chris Denorfia doubled to center in the second, and 2B Addison Russell tried to score on the hit -- but Andrew McCutchen slid to stop the ball and threw to SS Jung Ho Kang, who launched a perfect bouncing throw home to end the inning. The Cubs lead 1-0. Follow live

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Yunel Escobar with leadoff bomb to straightaway CF. Crowd: "N-A-T-S...Nats, Nats, Nats...whoo!!!" Nats 1, Dbacks 0

Rollins gets standing ovation in return
MLB 

Jimmy Rollins led off the game for the Dodgers at Citizens Bank Park, but not before the former Phillie was given a lengthy ovation by the fans and his former teammates. Rollins, who struck out, spent the first 15 years of his career in Philadelphia. Follow live

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