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O'Neil: Special Olympics golfer is back on course

After jealous bullies broke both his hands when he was a teenager, once-promising Irish Special Olympics golfer Oliver Doherty has remastered the game.

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Gronk: 'It's all about football now' (1:39)
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Surfer gets smacked by gnarly wave (0:27)
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Shell Shocker: Iowa lineman eats entire egg (1:15)
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Redskins looking forward to establishing running game (0:29)
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Nationals blank Marlins (0:49)
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Four for the million (3:58)
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Special Olympics World Games: Patrick Yerman (4:11)
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Women's British Open first-round recap (4:36)
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Top neighborhood plays (3:21)
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Hamels trade great for both teams (1:48)
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Marlins cause a stink (1:49)
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World Surf League 2015 -- Stop #6 J-Bay Open (1:05)
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All Access: Ronda Rousey (2:30)
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Making The Rounds: Jacobs-Mora preview (2:48)
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Welcome to Toronto, Tulowitzki (0:15)
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Highlights - Finn puts England on brink (3:33)
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Tebow's interesting 'leg day' exercise (0:40)

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New Yankee Ackley didn't meet draft hype

David Schoenfield: "Dustin Ackley's career in Seattle turned for the worse after a promising rookie season, so it's easy to blame GM Jack Zduriencik for blowing the second pick in the 2009 draft. But it was a weak draft and Ackley was the consensus second guy on the board behind Stephen Strasburg."

Mariners trade Ackley to Yankees
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New York acquired Dustin Ackley for Ramon Flores and Jose Ramirez. Ackley, Seattle's No. 2 overall pick in 2009, can play outfield or second base but has struggled offensively since a promising 2011 rookie campaign,

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Daniel Norris: Tigers' new ax man
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The Tigers acquired the Blue Jays prospect today in the David Price trade and said he'll start Sunday. But the real question is, will he still live in a van during spring training? Or shave with an ax? The 'Van Man'

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Watch: Special Olympics World Games

Marilu Araya of Costa Rica participates in the weight lifting competition at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The Special Olympics World Games continue tonight. (Robert Beck for ESPN) Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Montana. Young. Training camp. Back in the day. #tbt

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That was an ugly birdie putt for Tiger at the 17th. Ran it by a good bit when he had a good look. Rolls in par putt. -3, 1 to go.

Giants disappointed in Pierre-Paul
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Giants president John Mara said of the injured Jason Pierre-Paul: "We don't know how extensive the damage is, that's the problem. I don't know how many fingers he has."

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Louis Riddick @LRiddickESPN

DUMB, unappreciative & taking NFL life for granted. Drag Racing. 140+MPH. Weed. 12 yr old kid in car. You deserve to be MORE than suspended.

Jets' Richardson in more trouble

Jets DL Sheldon Richardson, who is already suspended 4 games for marijuana use, was charged with resisting arrest in connection with a high-speed street race in which he was clocked going as fast as 143 mph.

A 1,368 pound Marlin caught

A marina posted on Facebook that they caught this gigantic fish in Kona, Hawaii. The page says the marlin weighs 1,368 lbs or more than the combined weight of the Miami Marlins starting pitchers (Jose Fernandez, Dan Haren, Tom Koehler, Mat Latos and David Phelps at 1135 lbs),

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Giants owner 'disappointed' in JPP

"I think this would be the best place for him to be for a number of reasons," John Mara said today when discussing Jason Pierre-Paul's injury. "He would have the opportunity to learn the new defense, but more importantly, we have the best training staff in the league here." 'We don't know how extensive the damage is'

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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'Cheaters' banner flies over Pats camp
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Thanks to some Jets fans, more than clouds graced the sky over the Patriots' training camp on the first day of practice. Attendees were ambushed with a flying banner that read, "Cheaters look up!"

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Final: Padres 8, Mets 7
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The Mets were two strikes away from victory when rain poured down. After the first delay, Justin Upton's 3-run homer gave the Padres the lead, then New York had to wait out three more hours of rain before falling in the 9th. Box score

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Iowa's Drew Ott eats egg -- shell and all
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And it's not the first time the lineman has done this.

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Pirates near deal for Tigers' Soria

Detroit's Joakim Soria, a two-time All-Star with 23 saves this year, is close to moving to Pittsburgh, according to multiple reports. Soria has a 2.85 ERA over 41 IP this season.

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Mets, Padres back in action

After a rain delay, a blown ninth-inning lead, and ANOTHER rain delay, the Mets and Padres are finally headed to the bottom of the ninth, with San Diego leading 8-7. This game started at 12:10 p.m. EST. Follow live

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Blazers waive Brendan Haywood
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Portland cut the 35-year-old big man just three days after acquiring him from Cleveland. If Haywood was on the roster on August 1, his $10.5M salary for 2015-16 would have become guaranteed.

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Golfers coming up aces
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After Ryo Ishikawa and Rickie Fowler both carded a 1 today, there have been 38 aces on the PGA Tour this season. Why? Don't ask Ishikawa: "I don't know why there's so many holes-in-one." Near-record bounty

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