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Follow live: French Open quarterfinals

After dropping the first set in three straight matches, Serena Williams looks to avoid another slow start against Sara Errani (Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN).

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Schaap: Sepp Blatter is seen as a crook (2:06)
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Rays roll Angels (0:47)
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Stanton helps Marlins past Cubs (0:22)
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6hDarren Rovell

Pharoah owners strike landmark marketing deal

The owners of American Pharoah agreed to a marketing deal early Wednesday morning that will blanket the horse with logos from the energy drink brand Monster ahead of his run for the Triple Crown.

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15hJohn Clayton

Clayton: Newton's deal sets the stage for Wilson

Two things will likely happen for Russell Wilson following the Cam Newton deal: His negotiations with the Seahawks will resolve more quickly, and he'll become one of the NFL's highest-paid QBs.

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Stamkos has Blackhawks' number
NHL 

The 2015 Stanley Cup final begins tonight in Tampa Bay, as the Blackhawks visit the Lightning for Game 1. Steven Stamkos has 11 goals in 9 career games vs. the Blackhawks, which is the most goals per game (1.22) against Chicago by any player in the NHL’s expansion era (minimum 5 games). (via Elias)

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Former FIFA VP may run for presidency
Soccer 

Chung Mong-joon says "many people" are asking him if he'll run to fill the post previously filled by Sepp Blatter: "I'll carefully think about it before making a decision on whether to participate in the FIFA presidency election." Chung lost his VP seat in 2011 after 17 years.

Soccer 

Interpol issues notices for FIFA officials
Soccer 

International wanted persons alerts have been issues for former FIFA executives on racketeering and corruption charges, including Jack Warner and Nicolas Leoz. The notices were issued at the request of the U.S. justice department.

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Soccer 

Watch: Serena in French Open quarters
Tennis 

First-seeded Serena Williams takes on 17-seed Sara Errani at Roland Garros today as Serena looks to win her 20th career Grand Slam. She holds a perfect 8-0 record over Errani. Live on ESPN2/WatchESPN

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Tennis 

Dodgers rally past Rockies
MLB 

Alex Guerrero lifted a 1-2, 2-out pitch for a grand slam in the 9th inning to complete the Dodgers' come-from-behind win vs. the Rockies at Coors.

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MLB 

Blackmon earns an 'A' for effort

Rockies CF Charlie Blackmon nearly made the game-saving catch to rob Alex Guerrero of a grand slam in the ninth inning, but he missed making the play of the game by inches.

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Gallo: 'Pretty nervous' for debut
MLB 

"I could barely eat. I had to pretty much force food down my throat," Joey Gallo said after he finished his MLB debut 3-for-4 with 4 RBIs and a HR. "I'm just real excited that I got the first game out of the way. And I did pretty good in it."

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Survey says! Gronkowskis to be on Family Feud
NFL 

Fun and games never end for Rob Gronkowski. The family's four oldest brothers and their father will star on the game show, older brother Chris revealed. The opponent has not been named.

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NFL 

Riley Curry is way up and feels blessed
NBA 

Stephen Curry's daughter, Riley, made her podium appearance at the Western Conference finals and stole the show -- and hearts of fans everywhere.

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NBA 

Klay Thompson ready for Game 1

Warriors SG Klay Thompson has been cleared to play in Game 1 of the NBA Finals after completing the league's concussion protocol, the team announced Tuesday. Story

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LeBron no favorite in these Finals
NBA 

The Warriors are the team that won 67 times this year. One rating put them as the best non-Michael Jordan team ever. LeBron James and the Cavs have their work cut out for them.

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NBA 

The champ is in the building
Horse Racing 

Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner American Pharoah was led off a transport van at Belmont today as trainer Bob Baffert looked on.

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Horse Racing 

NBA's best of the best moments
NBA 

Jonesing for some playoff basketball with this long layover before the Finals? This compilation of sick crossovers, blocks and shots should hold you over.

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NBA 

Why did Sepp Blatter resign now?
Soccer 

ESPN's Bob Ley wonders about the timing of Blatter's resignation: "In terms of the money, the alleged bribes have gotten closer and closer to the throne, closer and closer to FIFA," as Blatter's top lieutenant came under suspicion.

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Adrian Peterson: 'I'm moving forward'
NFL 

"This past year has been emotional for both parties involved. I've learned a lot from my mistake ... I'm focused on what's in front of me and bettering myself."

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Roger Federer: Wind was in my head
Tennis 

"I tried many things. One of them was trying to put it up high. Another one was trying to chip it shorter. Another one was trying to hit through the wind. Obviously I was not going to, you know, leave the French Open without having tried everything out there." Wind favored Wawrinka

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Tennis 

Epic quarterfinal for Day 11
Tennis 

Top-seeded Novak Djokovic needs a French Open title to complete his career slam, but Rafael Nadal has won at Roland Garros nine of the last 10 years. How will Wednesday's quarterfinal shake out? Greg Garber and Jim Caple weigh in.

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Tennis 

Being the best doesn't have an age limit

Harriette Thompson described her training and the media frenzy surrounding her completion of the San Diego Rock 'n' Roll Marathon, a feat that made her the oldest woman to ever complete a marathon: "I was so happy to get over that finish line and not disappoint anybody."

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Clayton: Cam's deal sets stage for Wilson

“The Newton pact should quicken the pace for extension talks between the Seahawks and Wilson, and give Wilson the chance to come out a few million dollars ahead than he would have prior to Newton signing this contract.” Wilson about to get paid

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Busy offseason for Seahawks
NFL 

Trading for TE Jimmy Graham was Seattle's biggest splash, but it also added a pair of CBs in free agency. G James Carpenter and C Max Unger, both of whom played more than 300 snaps last season, represent the biggest losses.

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