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Cops drop JPP investigation due to jurisdiction

Police in Coral Springs, Florida, are no longer investigating Jason Pierre-Paul after determining that the fireworks incident involving the defensive end did not take place in their jurisdiction.

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2015 ESPYS: Vote for best team

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Doolittle: Ranking big-men FA signings

With the NBA's annual moratorium taking effect last week, big men have dominated free agency. Bradford Doolittle ranks the free-agent signings of the top four bigs by their expected impact.

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M's slug back-to-back HRs to grab lead

Down 3-0 to the Tigers, Seattle has surged back with 5 runs thanks to a grand slam from Austin Jackson followed immediately with a solo shot by Franklin Gutierrez. Follow live


Mo'ne throws out first pitch at Fenway

Mo'ne Davis became a household name at the 2014 Little League World Series, and she got to throw out the first pitch before tonight's Marlins-Red Sox game. She's also up for an ESPY for Best Breakthrough Athlete. Cast your vote


Jordan Spieth goes fishing, catches shark

Spieth was fighting to reel in a tuna, and after a struggle, the golfer described: "What surfaced was like a 12-foot long, 300-pound black tip shark that had eaten this tuna and then had hooked itself. So I guess I caught both in one because I got that shark." No room on boat for shark

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Final: Blue Jays 2, White Sox 1

Felix Doubront and 3 relievers limited Chicago to just one run, while Josh Donaldson's 21st HR of the season in the 4th inning proved to be the difference. Box score


Quality shots over quantity for U.S.

The United States has 3 shots on goal to Honduras' 2 despite being outshot 9-3. The U.S. leads 1-0 in the early stages of the second half. Follow live


World Cup celebration keeps on going

Abby Wambach on SportsCenter after the rally in L.A.: "Hopefully, we're inspiring the next generation of kids, like I was inspired after the '99 World Cup."


Cardinals melt down in seventh inning

Addison Russell hit a game-tying RBI single to right that barely stayed fair, leading RP Seth Maness to argue and earn an early shower. Kevin Siegrist made matters worse for the Cards with a throwing error that allowed the Cubs to take a 3-2 lead on Dexter Fowler's grounder, and Anthony Rizzo added insurance in the next at-bat with a sac fly. Follow live

A's outlast Yankees in 10

Brett Lawrie's HR off Dellin Betances to lead off the 10th gave Oakland the 4-3 victory. Betances has given up HRs in his last 2 appearances, after allowing none in his first 36 games this year.


Kluber, Indians quiet Astros

Corey Kluber struck out 7 over 6 2/3 innings to outduel Vincent Velasquez, and Michael Brantley homered and scored both runs in Cleveland's 2-0 win.


U.S. takes 1-0 lead into halftime in opener

Clint Dempsey's header on a rebound in the 25th minute is the lone goal in the U.S.'s Group A match against Honduras after a slow start to a physical first half. The U.S. is seeking a second straight Gold Cup title. Follow live


Boston wins third straight in opener

Xander Bogaerts (2-for-4) hit a bases-clearing single in the seventh to put the Red Sox ahead for good in a 4-3 win over the visiting Marlins.


Mettenberger fires back at Watt

Zach Mettenberger told CampusSports.net: "J.J. [Watt] had to say it's a bit high schoolish that I take selfies and I think he still rags me on Instagram every time he posts a selfie. At the same time, if that's high schoolish, he got a letterman jacket made, a Texans letterman jacket. That's pretty high schoolish to me, don't you say?"

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U.S. strikes first vs. Honduras

Clint Dempsey netted a header off the rebound in the 25th minute to spot the U.S. a 1-0 lead in their Group A match vs. Honduras. Dempsey has six career goals in the Gold Cup. Follow live


A's score quickly in extras

On an 0-2 count in the top of the 10th, A's 3B Brett Lawrie hit a solo shot to left off Dellin Betances to put his team up 4-3 over the Yankees. Follow live

Free baseball in the Bronx

The A's and Yankees couldn't get it done in 9 as they head to extras tied 3-3. A's All-Star RHP Sonny Gray gave up 3 runs over 7 innings, while Yankees RHP Nathan Eovaldi gave up 2 through 5 1/3. Follow live

Highlight: Reds shut out Nationals

Johnny Cueto was on point vs. the Nationals as he struck out 11 in the Reds' 5-0 win. Downside: Cueto threw more than 120 pitches, becoming the only guy this season to do so more than once -- he's thrown 120-plus pitches three times.


Pierzynski on fire at the plate

A.J. Pierzynski is 3-for-3 today, and if you include the past two games, he's 10-for-12. His 2 RBIs are a big reason the Braves have a 3-1 lead over the Brewers in the 6th. Follow live


Wilson should stick to his main sport

Russell Wilson isn’t the only athlete in his family. His little sister will play hoops at Stanford and can beat him at one-on-one. 'She shoots like Steph Curry'

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Here's Johnny

Reds RHP Johnny Cueto dazzled vs. the Nats, pitching a 2-hit, complete-game shutout while striking out 11 in the 5-0 win. Max Scherzer, on the other hand, gave up 5 through 4 2/3 innings in his loss. Reds 1B Joey Votto went 3-for-5 with 3 RBIs. Box score


Game on for U.S. at the Gold Cup

The United States is favored to win the Gold Cup on home soil, but Jurgen Klinsmann's team will be tested straight away by Honduras. Michael Bradley captains the team, while Gyasi Zardes gets the start in midfield. Follow live

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Rangers P Yovani Gallardo allows 2 runs in 5th inning vs Diamondbacks to break his streak of 33.1 consecutive scoreless innings.