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Moving day: Tigers trade Price to Blue Jays

The Detroit Tigers have traded left-hander David Price to the Toronto Blue Jays for left-handers Daniel Norris, Matt Boyd and Jairo Labourt, the teams announced.

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Source: Dodgers acquire Latos, Braves' Wood

The Los Angeles Dodgers acquired pitcher Alex Wood from the Atlanta Braves in addition to the Miami Marlins' Mat Latos in a three-way trade that took 24 hours to get squared away, source says.

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Manziel, with backups, has rocky start to camp

Johnny Manziel struggled during the opening of Browns training camp Thursday, with two sacks, an interception and a pass defended his output on his first four dropbacks.

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Hamels trade great for both teams (1:48)
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The NFL's top offenses: Why NE is still No. 1

Even with Tom Brady suspended for four games, Mike Sando remains high on the Patriots offense. But which other units fill out his top five? Here's a hint: A certain top-tier QB wasn't included.

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Daniel Norris: New Tiger, man in the van
MLB 

The former Blue Jays, now Tigers, LHP prospect, likes to live in a van at a Wal-Mart parking lot during spring training. He shaves with an ax. Oh, and he got a $2M signing bonus. The 'Van Man'

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Papelbon gets first Nationals save

Newly-acquired closer Jonathan Papelbon worked a 1-2-3 ninth today vs. the Marlins, to notch his 18th save of the season, but first with Washington. Former closer Drew Storen worked the eighth inning.

Zim's HR, Scherzer's arm get Nats win

Ryan Zimmerman accounted for the game's only run with his first HR since May 19, and Max Scherzer turned in 7 shutout innings as the Nationals beat Miami 1-0. Box score

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Dodgers-Marlins-Braves trade complete

The three-way trade, according to ESPN's Jim Bowden and multiple reports, is headlined by the Dodgers acquiring SP Alex Wood (via Atlanta), SP Mat Latos and OF Michael Morse (both via Miami); the Braves receiving Cuban INF prospect Hector Olivera (via L.A.); and the Marlins getting 3 prospects.

The best wipeout ever?

Surfer Niccolo Porcella might disagree, but his fall on this wave in Tahiti is definitely one you can't miss. Thankfully, Porcella wasn't injured.

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Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Tiger Woods on opening holes to start tournaments this year: Bogey-Bogey-Bogey-Bogey-Bogey-Bogey-Par-Bogey-Bogey.

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Meyer on suspensions: "You try to create a culture where teams know how to move forward... We're pushing forward."

Ohio State football suspends 4 players

Junior defensive end Joey Bosa, sophomore H-back Jalin Marshall, senior receiver Corey Smith and junior H-back Dontre Wilson will miss the Buckeyes' first game of the season, Sept. 7 at Virginia Tech, for violating department policy, according to the school's AD office. A source tells Joe Schad marijuana and academics are the reasons for the suspensions.

Manziel not the man in first practice

Johnny Manziel's first practice of his second season didn't start well. His first four drop backs went: Sack, sack, pass almost intercepted and pass batted down. Josh McCown worked with the first team and Manziel worked with the backups.

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Julio Jones arrives at Falcons camp

The Pro Bowl WR reported to training camp today and said his agent and the team have started negotiating a long-term contract. Jones has one year left on his deal and is scheduled to make $10.176 million this season.

Hawks' rookie money from half court
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Second-round pick Marcus Eriksson faces an uphill battle to make the Atlanta roster, but if the Hawks need someone to make a last-second half-court shot, they might want to keep him around.

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Ohio State suspends four for opener
College Football 

Joe Schad said on SportsCenter of the Ohio State suspensions: "The Buckeyes believe they can withstand this because of some very talented defensive linemen, some wide receivers that emerged in the spring, and the expectation that quarterback Braxton Miller can make an immediate impact."

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Urban Meyer meets with media

The Ohio State coach is speaking at Big Ten media day and is expected to address the Buckeyes' suspension of four players for the season opener against Virginia Tech. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Max Scherzer dominates Marlins

Scherzer made it through 7 shutout innings (6 K's) and the Nationals lead 1-0 after 8. New Washington closer Jonathan Papelbon could get his first save opportunity with the team today. Follow live

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Jayson Stark @jaysonst

Other clubs say #Cubs aggressively trying to include Starlin Castro in any deal. It was interesting that Addison Russell played SS yesterday

Brady makes one-handed catch

In practice today, QB Tom Brady went out for a pass and then hauled in a one-handed catch from receiver Julian Edelman. Brady has thrown 14 regular-season TDs to Edelman, but has only made one reception in the NFL. Takes first team reps

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Wilson, Seahawks facing deadline
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Chris Mortensen on SportsCenter: "Right now there is not a lot of optimism that a deal will get done between [Russell] Wilson and the Seahawks. ... The Seahawks are not going to make him the highest-paid player in the NFL."

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From 'All in for Week One' to just all in

Robert Griffin III made it clear in his first news conference of training camp that he'll run whatever coach Jay Gruden wants and the QB isn't worried about what type of quarterback he'll be.

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