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Schoenfield: Trade deadline winners and losers

After a week that saw a good deal of movement, we sort out who made the most of the deadline and who didn't do enough.

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espnW's MMA Name Generator

Every good fighter needs a sweet nickname. Use our MMA name generator to create a name that strikes fear into your opponent.

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Goodman: BYU's Rose juggles roster changes

BYU coach Dave Rose has the most fluid roster in college hoops with Mormon missionaries coming and going. It poses a challenge on the recruiting trail, but Rose has learned to deal with it.

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Ilardi/Engelmann: Who didn't find FA value?

Which teams created the most "negative surplus value" in free agency? Here are some teams that dropped the ball.

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Photos: Field of Schemes

Exhibitionists running onto fields have been laying schemes since the beginning of public sporting events. Here's a look at some of the more creative ones.

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Here come the chills

Bailey Matthews is an 8-year-old who has cerebral palsy, and he recently competed in a triathlon. At the end of the race, he abandoned his walker and crossed the finish line unassisted. Today's inspiration

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Kershaw was testing his sore hip in the bullpen. Now he's stretching on the field. How he feels determines if he'll go tonight, presumably

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Carlos Gomez, acquired by the Astros on Thursday, gets acquainted with his new teammates before tonight's game against the Diamondbacks. He will play center and bat second in his Houston debut.

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Mets trade for Yoenis Cespedes
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New York solves its left field issue by trading for the Cuban outfielder. Cespedes, a solid defender, has a .829 OPS this season, compared to Mets left fielders' .710 OPS (18th in MLB). The trade came minutes before the deadline.

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Jerry Seinfeld tweets on Cespedes trade
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"Oh my god. @Mets I can't believe I can actually say this, but is it true that there is now 'A Cespedis for the rest of us'?" Cespedes wasn't spelled corrected, but the clever pun made up for it.

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MLB trade deadline winners and losers
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With the deadline behind us, Dave Schoenfield details who did best and worst. The Royals (added Johnny Cueto and Ben Zobrist) emerged favorably. The Yankees? Not so much. Winners & losers

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Fantasy impact of trade deadline deals
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Most of the big names who switched teams retain their value, but it's those under-the-radar players taking over spots left by the stars who gain, like Ken Giles becoming the Phillies' closer. Winners, losers (Insider)

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Doug Glanville's winners and losers
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Landing Yoenis Cespedes changed everything for the Mets: "I had them in the loser column ... and now I'm going to put them in the winner because they needed a bat." As for the other N.Y. team? "The Yankees I'm throwing on the loser column just from almost inaction."

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Watch: Rousey-Correia weigh-in

Ronda Rousey and Bethe Correia have been talking lots of trash in advance of Saturday's main event at UFC 190 from Brazil. They'll get another chance to confront each other at the weigh-in. Live on WatchESPN

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UFC champions come to Brazil

Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo, Heavyweight Champion Fabricio Verdum and Lightweight Champion Rafael dos Anjos of Brazil pose with their belts in Rio de Janeiro before Saturday's UFC 190.

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Rousey, Correia talk trash

UFC fighters Ronda Rousey and Bethe Correia had plenty to say before their face off at UFC 190 on Saturday for the women's bantamweight championship.

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SportsCenter's Not Top 10
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There were many fielding gaffes this week, but the Class A player who forgot the key ingredient in a HR -- touching home -- is this week's worst play.

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Sheldon Richardson said he didn't tell anyone about the arrest, not even his parents. Declined to get into details. Remorseful. #nyj

Mike Golic pleads with Jets' Richardson
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"Look what happened to Jerome Brown. I can plead to Sheldon. Google it, Sheldon. Look at it. Read the story. Guy that was 27 years old, lived fast, had a good time, drove fast, and that’s how he was killed with his nephew. Driving fast in his Corvette. Car went out of control, flipped, hit a telephone poll. Both dead. That quickly. It’s over."

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Those are fighting words

Ronda Rousey and Bethe Correia put on training exhibitions for the Brazilian fans before Saturday's fight, but Correia's words weren't just for practice: "I will fight to knock Ronda down."

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Reporter gets the Belichick treatment
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They just wanted to know if Bill saw the "cheaters look up" banner flying over Pats practice on Thursday. Belichick responded exactly how you'd expect.

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Wilson a top fantasy option for 2015
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Seahawks fans don't have to worry about Russell Wilson's contract, but will he be on your fantasy team this season? He enters camp as ESPN's No. 3-ranked fantasy QB, throwing a lot to Jimmy Graham. Play for free

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Friday's trade deadline highlights
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  • Tigers OF Yoenis Cespedes to Mets
  • Marlins SP Dan Haren to Cubs
  • Phillies OF Ben Revere to Blue Jays
  • Brewers OF Gerardo Parra to Orioles

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