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1hSebastian Garcia

Improved Argentina will be too much for Chile

Both stats and the eye test show that Argentina is markedly better now than they were during last year's edition of Copa America, where they lost to Chile in the final.

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Dodgers' one-man show: Kershaw's best season yet

Not only has Clayton Kershaw continued his high strikeout rate, but the Los Angeles Dodgers ace also has found a way to cut down on his walks. Tune in to watch Dodgers-Pirates at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN and WatchESPN.

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2hEddie Matz

Stephen Strasburg injury is Nationals' nightmare

With Stephen Strasburg hurt again, you couldn't blame GM Mike Rizzo and the Nats if they're feeling a bit anxious about their $175 million investment.

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8hJim Bowden

How to fix the Pittsburgh Pirates?

Jim Bowden says it's not time for the Pirates to panic, because he knows what changes are necessary to make this team a real contender.

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Is a fourth place finish good enough for USA in Copa America? (2:04)
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SC Featured: The puzzlemaster and the prodigy (6:47)
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Els' shot from nearly 160 yards out lands directly in hole (0:57)
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MLB Vegas Experts

How to bet Sunday's Dodgers-Pirates game

ESPN Chalk's Vegas experts give their best bets for the Sunday Night Baseball game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Pittsburgh Pirates.

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Ultimate Highlight: Late drama defines the day (1:41)
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Hockey fight breaks out in NASCAR trucks race (1:02)
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9hBuster Olney

An early list of potential All-Star snubs

Picking the All-Star teams is always hard. Here's a list of players who should be considered but may be left behind because of a ballot crunch.

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6mNBA Experts

5-on-5: Ranking top NBA free agents and fits

NBA free agency is almost here. With a huge salary-cap jump expected, who are the top available players this year? Can the Cavs add a piece for a second title run? Our NBA experts go 5-on-5.

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Hurley III wins Quicken Loans National
Golf 

Ranked No. 607 in the world last year, 34-year-old Billy Hurley III earned his first PGA Tour victory with a win at the Quicken Loans National.

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Alyssa Roenigk ESPN The Magazine senior writer 

Little of the 12.42-mile 156-turn road course at the Pike's Peak International Hill Climb is visible from a single spectator position. So Carlin Dunne treated me to a first-person view from the back of his Ducati Multistrada before the course was closed for race day. In 2012, Dunne set the two-wheel course record of 9:52:819 at Pike's Peak, which still stands after Sunday's 100th anniversary (and 94th running) of the PPIHC, the second-oldest motorsports race in the U.S. (after the Indy 500).

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Bob Pockrass NASCAR 

After the victory at Sonoma Raceway, Tony Stewart is 32nd in the standings and just nine points out of 30th. With 10 races left in the regular season, getting in the top-30 to be Chase eligible with the win should be easily attainable.

Stewart captures first win since 2013

In a thrilling final lap, Denny Hamlin passed Tony Stewart only to get overtaken in Turn 11 at Sonoma Raceway. As a result, Stewart ended an 84-race winning drought.

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Strasburg injury is Nationals' nightmare
MLB 

The Nationals signed Strasburg to a seven-year, $175 million contract month, but the team's ace can't stay healthy. Was it a mistake?

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Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

Argentina and Chile fans need to leave their instruments behind.

Sale earns 13th win, White Sox top Blue Jays
MLB 

Chris Sale struck out seven batters over eight innings as the White Sox defeated the Blue Jays 5-2, becoming the first pitcher to reach 13 wins this season.

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Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

A little singing from Chile fans entering MetLife Stadium.

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Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

The Argentina fans are bringing the noise here in East Rutherford.

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ESPN Staff Now 

A glass tube of authenticated pool water from the U.S. Swim Trials in Omaha: $40.

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Kennedy pitches 7, strikes out 11
MLB 

Kansas City's Ian Kennedy capped off an 11-strikeout performance against Houston by striking out the side in the seventh inning as the Royals beat the Astros 6-1.

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David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Here's something we didn't expect when the Cubs started 25-6: The Rangers have passed them for most wins in the majors. The Cubs still hold a small edge in winning percentage (.649 to .640), but they've gone just 23-20 since that hot start. All-time great team? Let's see if they're the best team of 2016.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

The $1,242,000 Billy Hurley III earned Sunday with his first career PGA Tour victory at the Quicken Loans National is actually more than his best entire season on tour. (Was $1,145,299 in 2014.)

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TCU, Coastal Carolina have some fun
NCAA 

Take a look at what TCU and Coastal Carolina, the teams that will square off in the CWS championship series, are doing to make baseball as fun as it can be.

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Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox fall, 6-2, and drop to four games off the Orioles' pace in AL East for the first time since April 12. Rough week for Sox, who went 2-5 and weren't winless but for the grace of a walkoff win Thursday at Fenway and an improbable ninth-inning comeback here Friday night.

Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

Lionel Messi will be trying to win his first major trophy with Argentina tonight, and I think they'll have a significant crowd advantage judging by what I'm seeing outside the stadium. Here's a few fired up Argentina fans.

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Bob Pockrass NASCAR 

Tony Stewart wins an incredible battle with Denny Hamlin to snap an 84-race winless streak in capturing the victory at Sonoma Raceway.

Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

Welcome to MetLife Stadium, site of tonight's Copa America final between Argentina and Chile.

Doug McIntyre ESPN Staff Writer 

The MetLife Stadium parking lot looks more like Buenos Aires than East Rutherford, New Jersey on this evening, as Lionel Messi's Argentina meets defending champion Chile here in tonight's Copa America Centenario final.

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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Large media contingent at the José Reyes presser in Brooklyn

Bob Pockrass NASCAR 

Tony Stewart is holding off Denny Hamlin with seven laps to go at Sonoma Raceway. Stewart entered the race 35th in the standings but should be able to get to 30th in time to make the Chase if he wins.

Fernandez, Marlins dominate Cubs
MLB 

Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez struck out 13 Cubs over seven innings to record his 10th win of the season while Martin Prado knocked in three runs as Miami topped Chicago 6-1.

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Bob Pockrass NASCAR 

Tony Stewart leads with 16 laps remaining at Sonoma Raceway as he had just pitted before the caution came out with 24 laps remaining and the rest of the lead-lap cars pitted for fresh tires. Denny Hamlin and Martin Truex Jr are running second and third as the race was under caution again for another incident. Stewart, in his last Sprint Cup season, missed the first eight races this year because of a broken back.

Remembering a historic home run
NCAA 

Mitch Sherman looks back on his first College World Series assignment, one that ended with Warren Morris' walk-off home run that lifted LSU over Miami. Only walk-off homer to win CWS

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Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

No news here, but if you've missed the saga surrounding Tiger Woods' return, the Quicken Loans National host just summarized it nicely while in the CBS broadcast booth: "I want to play [this year]. I don't know if I will, but I want to."

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