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Follow live: Dodgers eye sweep of Angels

Howie Kendrick's two-run homer paced the Dodgers early, but the Angels have rallied twice in the late innings to tie the game.

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Tensions high in Cincinnati (0:20)
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Correa's behind-the-back spin-and-throw (0:13)
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Chiefs' Charles feels like 'LeBron of football'

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles is usually the focus of attention from opposing defenses. The attention gets so much that he said he can feel at times like LeBron James.

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Blue Jays win after Gibbons gets ejected (1:05)
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Ride along with American Pharoah (0:35)
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Fernandez fans 10 in win (1:01)
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Rangers down Giants (0:28)
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Who's next for Rousey? (1:23)
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Crown jewel: American Pharoah wins in return

American Pharoah took control heading into the final turn and eased through the stretch to win the Haskell Invitational on Sunday in his first race since sweeping the Triple Crown.

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Grading all 30 GMs at the deadline

How well did each major league team's GM do at the trade deadline? Former GM Jim Bowden assesses their performance.

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Aaron Rodgers' perfect throw (0:25)
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Gronkowski on competition in camp (0:35)
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Super Bowl hero Butler on expectations (0:42)
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Girls Youth Football: Is it Safe? (6:44)
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Becky Hammon ring of honor induction (1:51)
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5hPaul Kuharsky

Mariota fixed 'glitch' before camp, wows Titans

During summer work, the Titans pointed out out a glitch in Marcus Mariota's dropbacks to handoffs. In the team's first practice Friday, coaches noticed the rookie had already fixed the problem.

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Mariota calm, consistent in the pocket (0:25)
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Eagles QBs on getting reps (0:39)
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Team World triumphs in inaugural Africa Game (1:23)
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Stanton rehab 'definitely slower' than expected

Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton was hoping to return within six weeks of surgery on his fractured left wrist, but slow progress in recovery means he'll be out longer than expected.

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Hometown Heroes: USA volleyball (1:41)
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Scott Rohrer wins record-setting gold (2:09)
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Face to Face: Mo'ne Davis (6:35)

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ICYMI: Ronda Rousey rocks Bethe Correia

In UFC 190, Rousey sought revenge for Correia's trash talk and personal attacks. She got it with a 34-second KO to stay undefeated. Another title defense

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Diego Valeri's penalty miss costly
Soccer 

The Portland Timbers had a golden opportunity to steal a win late, but Valeri hit the crossbar on a penalty kick, and they ended up with a scoreless draw against San Jose.

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Angels tie it after being down to last out

Angels catcher Chris Iannetta doubled to deep center with two outs in the top of the 9th to tie it 3-3 vs. the Dodgers, who have the bottom of the inning to score and avoid extras. Follow live

Richie Incognito Ahead of the Game
NFL 

Rex Ryan named Incognito the Bills' starting LG, and he's pleased with what he's seeing. "Rex has said he’s been blown away with what Richie’s done so far in training camp," said ESPN's Mike Rodak.

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Free baseball in Oakland

Indians 1B Jerry Sands' sac fly in the first and A's CF Billy Burns' RBI single in the 5th were the only runs scored as we head to the 10th tied 1-1. Follow live

Robbie Maddison motors over waves

Anyone can surf on a surfboard (OK, maybe not anyone). But surfing on a motorcycle? That's the challenge Robbie Maddison took on and conquered in Tahiti.

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Kris Bryant leaves early in Cubs' win
MLB 

The Cubs survived a late rally in Milwaukee to win their fifth straight and take the four-game series, but it may have come at a cost: Bryant left the game in the fifth after sliding headfirst into second. He will be re-evaluated Monday in Pittsburgh.

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High stakes lead to high stress

When $1 million is on the line, things are bound to get chippy. That's exactly what happened late in Overseas Elite's win over Team 23 at The Basketball Tournament.

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Tempers flare in Pirates’ 3-0 win
MLB 

This one got quite exciting in the 8th inning when the benches and bullpen emptied, nearly prompting an all-out brawl.

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Troy Merritt cruises to victory in Virginia
Golf 

Coming into this week, Merritt had 0 career PGA Tour wins and $2.5M in career earnings. He beat the field by three strokes at the Quicken Loans National, earning a cool $1.2M. Scores

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Golf 

Costly finish for Kyle Busch
NASCAR 

Kyle Busch would've moved into the top 30 of the Sprint Cup standings with a win today, but ran out of gas on the final lap while running in the lead. Busch needs to make it into the top 30 to qualify for the Chase for the Cup.

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Kenseth wins the fuel game
NASCAR 

First Joey Logano ran out of fuel. Then Kyle Busch followed. That paved the way for Matt Kenseth to pick up a thrilling second win of the season

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Angels tie it up in 8th

Angels RF Kole Calhoun hit his 14th home run of the season to even the game at 2-2 vs. the Dodgers. The Angels are looking to avoid the sweep. Follow live

Yost: Umps did 'a phenomenal job'

After the testy Blue Jays-Royals game, KC manager Ned Yost said: "I thought [umpire] Jim Wolf did a tremendous job understanding the game, understanding what's intentional."

Tensions very high in Blue Jays win
MLB 

The victory was overshadowed by manager John Gibbons' ejection, the benches clearing and lots of chin music for slugger Josh Donaldson

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Steelers WR undergoes surgery
NFL 

Martavis Bryant will miss several days of training camp following a minor procedure to remove an elbow infection. "He should be back to us sooner rather than later," Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said. Story

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Great touch from just off 17th green by Troy Merritt. With all of the pressure on him, looked like he's playing a Tuesday practice round.

Boykin clarifies Kelly remarks
NFL 

Brandon Boykin was traded from the Eagles to the Steelers on Saturday and told CSN Philly that Eagles coach Chip Kelly was "uncomfortable around grown men of our culture." At Steelers practice today, he said: "When you're a player, you want to be able to relate to your coach off the field. There were times he just didn't talk to people. ... I'm not saying he's a racist in any way." Story

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