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Watch live: Struggling Angels hosting surging Astros

Tune in for the Astros at the Angels (live on ESPN and WatchESPN).

Icelandic commentator can't contain excitement in final seconds (1:03)
Arizona outfielder makes a nice catch at the wall (0:30)
Arizona's Cloney on shutout: 'I knew I had to step up' (1:37)
Italy tops Spain to advance to quarterfinals (2:54)
Iceland revel in England upset (0:40)
What was the best fight in UFC history? (2:26)
Fed's ridiculous drop shot (0:18)
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5hDave McMenamin

An oral history of the swat that changed Cleveland history

Equal parts superhuman athleticism and out-of-this-world precision, LeBron James' Game 7 chase-down block was the stuff of legend. Here's what was racing through the minds of everyone involved.

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7hBrian Windhorst

Sources: Wolves sell shares to China's Jiang

Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor has sold minority shares to Meyer Orbach and Lizhang Jiang, allowing Taylor to remain the controlling owner of the Wolves.

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5hJerry Crasnick

Phils pitching prospect suffers serious eye injury

Phillies Class-A pitcher Matt Imhof suffered a potentially career-threatening eye injury in a freak training accident in the Florida State League late last week, his agent told ESPN.com.

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8hMike Sando

Most team-friendly contracts for all 32 NFL teams

J.J. Watt and Aaron Rodgers, who stand to earn a combined $23.1 million from their teams in 2016, are the biggest names on Mike Sando's list of players working under team-friendly contracts.

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2hPierre LeBrun

New, content Lindros happy with Hall nod

Married with children and in a new, calmer stage of his life, the previously polarizing Eric Lindros finds himself enjoying a long-debated induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame.


MLB's Week 12 Power Rankings

The Cubs finally showed that they are human but remained No. 1 for the 12th straight week. Still, the Giants are hot on their heels -- and could be poised to make Week 13 an unlucky one for Chicago.

Both managers ejected as tempers flare in minor league game (0:40)
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The evolution of Jake Arrieta -- and his beard

Jake Arrieta's transformation into one of baseball's top pitchers is remarkable in itself. But the Texan's shift from being clean-shaven to having an incredibly thick beard is unprecedented.

Tougher shot, Steph's 37-footer or Kyrie's 3 to win Game 7? (1:25)
Coastal Carolina takes its handshake game to the next level (0:34)
Elias Stein

Vote: Cubs Confidence Meter

Despite a rough patch, it's been a special season for the Cubs. But will it be 1908 special? Let us know what you think in our weekly poll.


Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Noah Syndergaard denied a report that he has a bone spur or chips in his elbow. Steven Matz does have that issue, the Mets confirmed.


Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The Yankees and Rangers are in a rain delay in the ninth inning of a one-run game. The rain had been falling for innings before Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman came in to try to finish off a victory. Chapman walked the first batter before falling behind the second. Yankees manager Joe Girardi came out to complain, causing the umpires to decide to call for the tarp. Rangers' manager Jeff Bannister argued the decision, but did not get it overturned. The game was originally delayed for 25 minutes at the start even though it hadn't rained.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Terry Collins says there was no elbow flare-up with Noah Syndergaard.


Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals shortstop Aledmys Diaz had to leave Monday night's game in the ninth inning after a foul ball struck him in the face. Diaz lunged for a Joakim Soria breaking ball and topped it off home plate. The ball ricocheted straight up and hit Diaz in the forehead area, knocking off his batting helmet. Diaz squatted at home plate, accompanied by a trainer and manager Mike Matheny before walking off the field clutching a towel to his forehead.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Arizona pitcher JC Cloney after his complete-game shutout win in the opening game of the College World Series championship series: "I'm still trying to figure out what just happened."

Cloney on shutout: 'I knew I had to step up'

Arizona pitcher JC Cloney discusses his game plan that resulted in a shutout of Coastal Carolina to capture Game 1 of the College World Series finals.


3 of 3: When you hit 3 home runs

Kris Bryant is the youngest Cub to ever hit 3 HRs in the same game. He is 10 days younger than when Ernie Banks did it in 1955 (via Elias).


2 of 3: When you hit 3 home runs

Kris Bryant's 16 total bases are the most in a single game in Cubs history, according to Elias.


1 of 3: When you hit 3 home runs

Kris Bryant hit 3 HRs in a game for the first time in his career. His last two home runs were his third and fourth-longest homers of the season.


Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Final from Game 1 of the College World Series finals: Arizona 3, Coastal Carolina 0. A complete-game gem from JC Cloney.


Déjà Boom?

The Cubs' Kris Bryant's 16 total bases are the most by a Cubs player in the last 100 seasons. Chicago leads Cincinnati 10-7 in the bottom of the 8th. Follow live


Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Fans struggling to find a dry spot at Yankee Stadium. Yankees lead Rangers 5-4 in the bottom of the 6th inning.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Craziness, as usual, in the Arizona dugout after RBIs in the seventh inning by Zach Gibbons and Ryan Aguilar. JC Cloney is throwing a one-hitter for the Wildcats, who lead 3-0 in Game 1 of the College World Series finals.

Winning one for the Land -- Iceland

Iceland's national team celebrated their unlikely victory over England with their fans.


Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Cubs manager Joe Maddon discusses being reunited with reliever Joel Peralta who was called up on Monday.


England's fall from grace

Following the shocking defeat against Iceland, Roy Hodgson resigns as England manager. Hodgson: "My contract was up after the Euros so now is the time for someone else to oversee."


Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Jake Arrieta has said he wants in on HR derby this year. He's making his case after hitting his second of the season on Monday night against the Reds. It was an opposite field shot and his second hit of the night. He's being overshadowed at the plate by Kris Bryant who has 2 home runs and a double. The Cubs are pouring it on the Reds.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

A standing ovation in DC after the Nats put up a five-spot in the third inning to take a 5-4 lead against Noah Syndergaard, who hadn't allowed more than four runs in a game all season. The Nats have also stolen a season-high five bases already off Thor.