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White Sox-Orioles postponed for safety concerns

The Baltimore Orioles' home game against the Chicago White Sox was postponed Monday night because of safety concerns after riots broke out near Camden Yards following the funeral of Freddie Gray.

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UFC's Jones turns self in, facing felony charge

UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has turned himself in to police after a hit-and-run incident he was allegedly involved in Sunday morning in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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Gruden: My favorite players in 2015 NFL draft

Jon Gruden thinks Marcus Mariota should be No. 1 on Mel Kiper's board, Bud Dupree is a top-10 player and Amari Cooper is a lot like Tim Brown. Here are his 15 favorite 2015 draft prospects.

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Bucks stun Bulls in Chicago

The Bucks pick up their second-straight win against the Bulls, beating Chicago 94-88 in Game 5. The Bulls lead the series 3-2.

Monday's MLB highlights

Braves double up Nationals (2:19)

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NFL Draft

Players who could be drafter lower than expected (3:07)

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Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao

Manny and Freddie's Wild Card relationship (2:43)

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SportsCenter Clips

White Sox-Orioles game postponed (2:46)

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Gruden's QB Camp: All-Chucky team (2:31)

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Baxter Holmes @BaxterHolmes

If this is LMA’s swan song in Portland, it hasn’t been pretty. He’s 5-20 from the field, including 0-9 in the second half.

Josh Hamilton trade may haunt Angels
MLB 

BBTN's Chris Singleton: “I don’t understand how the Angels can essentially give a player to Texas, pick up the majority of the $83 million left, and you’ve giving him to a team in your division. This will come back to bite them at some point.”

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Kevin Pelton @kpelton

Grizz suddenly missing the pull-up jumpers the Blazers are happy to surrender. An opening here if Portland can score.

Toronto's Reyes (rib) headed to DL

SS Jose Reyes was placed on the 15-day disabled list by the Blue Jays because of a cracked rib. Reyes had been trying to play through the injury, but was just 2-for-15 at the plate over his last 4 games.

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Kevin Pelton @kpelton

Dave Joerger mixed sporting metaphor pregame, referencing playing baseball smallball and football ground-control game. Griz did that in 3rd.

Blazers on the brink in Game 4

Portland entered the third quarter with a 7-point lead. The Blazers exit the period trailing the Grizzlies by 7, and Portland's season could come down to these final 12 minutes. Follow live

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Mariners snap two-game skid
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Nelson Cruz recorded his league-leading 21st RBI against his former team and Taijuan Walker tossed seven strong innings as the Mariners won 3-1 over the Rangers.

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Watt will offer you a work excuse
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Need to miss work? Maybe J.J. Watt can help. At least that’s what the Houston Texans star did for one fan, who asked Watt to help her out so she could attend his charity softball game. An excused absence

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Calathes filling in for Conley just fine

With Mike Conley out after surgery to repair facial fractures, Memphis PG Nick Calathes is picking up the slack. He has a career-high 4 three-pointers -- twice as many as Portland's starters -- and the Grizzlies lead. Follow live

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Braves hand Nats 6th straight loss

Kelly Johnson collected 3 of Atlanta's 13 hits -- including 10 off Washington starter Doug Fister -- as the Braves defeated the Nationals 8-4.

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A rough start to the 3rd for Blazers
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Portland has missed its first 10 field goals of the third quarter and has just 2 points midway through the period. LaMarcus Aldridge is responsible for 6 of those misses. Follow live

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Tigers edge Twins for 3rd straight win
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Yoenis Cespedes had a homer and 3 RBIs, Jose Iglesias added a home run and a triple, and the Tigers topped the Twins 4-3. Detroit has won 3 in a row following a 4-game skid.

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Shane Ray may drop in NFL draft
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Kevin Weidl of Scouts Inc. says Shane Ray’s citation for possession of marijuana, combined with his reported toe injury, means Ray could fall in the draft. “I think you were looking at potentially a top-15 pick. I think you’re looking at late-first now, maybe early-second.” Story

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