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Braves top Scherzer, Nats in a walk-off

After a great start by Manny Banuelos in his MLB debut, Cameron Maybin's RBI single in the bottom of the ninth inning off Max Scherzer gave Atlanta a walk-off win.

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Howard: Serena, Spieth feel Grand Slam heat

Grand Slam and Triple Crown chases are a big deal, as Serena Williams and Jordan Spieth are learning, but the hype is one reason such feats are so rare in any sport, Johnette Howard writes.

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Brewers outlast Phillies 8-7 in 11 innings

Adam Lind’s RBI single in the top of the 11th sent the Brewers to their 5th straight win with a sweep of the Phillies. It was Lind's 5th career go-ahead RBI in extra innings.

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David Schoenfield @dschoenfield

I didn't have Yovano Gallardo on my AL All-Star team, but he probably solidified a spot tonight with 6 scoreless IP. ERA down to 2.56.

Wade betting on himself with 1-year deal
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ESPN's Ramona Shelburne discusses Dwyane Wade's one-year, $20 million deal with Miami: “I can see why this deal makes sense -- they’re sort of giving him back some of the money he’s left on the table. But he did not get the long-term stability he was looking for."

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Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

ESPN sources say David West is most likely to wind up with one of two teams after leaving Indiana: San Antonio or Washington

Red Sox beat Jays with 1st-inning barrage
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Boston knocked Matt Boyd out of the game before the starting pitcher could record an out. The 7 runs on 6 hits (2 homers) the Red Sox got off of Boyd were enough for the win in Toronto. Box score

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Blue Jays' bats get going in ninth

Russell Martin and Danny Valencia smacked back-to-back home runs in the 9th. Kevin Pillar followed it up with a double to deep center. Boston has a 12-6 lead. Follow live

More extra innings for Cardinals

Tied 3-3 with San Diego, St. Louis is headed to extra innings for the 11th time this season. Only the Cubs (13) have played free baseball more. Follow live

Jeanie: Jim will resign if rebuild fails

Lakers team president Jeanie Buss has said that the team is rebuilding under a deadline. Specifically, she has said, the Lakers need to make a deep run in the playoffs within three years or her brother, Jim, will step down from his post as president of basketball operations. Timeline still in place

2015 ESPYs Salute: Bobby Freedman

Bobby Freedman, a Los Angeles-based entrepreneur, has supported The V Foundation and the ESPYs for more than a decade, contributing charitable donations and fund-raising efforts around auctions in the fight against cancer. 2015 ESPYs: Vote

Braves walk off vs. Max Scherzer
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In his second career walk-off hit -- and his first came off the Nats, too -- Cameron Maybin's bouncer over third base was fair enough to bring home Pedro Ciriaco and beat the Nationals 2-1 and win the series.

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Pitchers' duel ends in Rangers' 2-0 win
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The game was scoreless through 8 with outings from Yovani Gallardo and Kevin Gausman, but the Rangers plated 2 runs in the 9th behind RBI singles from both Leonys Martin and Rougned Odor to take the series.

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Latest NBA offseason news
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  • Suns agree to trade three players to Pistons to clear cap space (via multiple reporters)
  • Bucks agree to trade Jared Dudley to Wizards (via Marc Stein & media reports)
  • Sources: Kings offer Wes Matthews 3-yr/$45M deal (via Marc Stein)
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Free baseball in Philadelphia

The Brewers and Phillies couldn't get it done in 9 as we head to the 10th tied 7-7. Philly collected 16 hits, including four players with 3 hits each. Follow live

Conor McGregor on Highly Questionable

The UFC featherweight contender fighting for the title at UFC 189 tells Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones about his worst day working as a plumber and his romantic side -- or lack thereof.

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LeBron worth $60M? Maybe ...
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Kurt Badenhausen, a senior editor at Forbes says: "Jordan was getting paid $33 million, and that was 30 percent of the Bulls' revenue back then. If you look at 30 percent of the Cavs' revenue, that's $60 million, and I think you can certainly justify LeBron being worth that." Imagining a cap-free NBA

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