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Predicting the 2016 season: Week 1

It's pretty early to start predicting the Week 1 results, but the Big 12 could have a strong showing in Week 1, even if Texas struggles vs. Notre Dame.

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Cubs still holding on top spot of power rankings (1:59)
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Rangers strike early to top Red Sox (1:22)

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.

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Fielder's liner leaves park quickly (0:24)
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Astros led the way Saturday

Marwin Gonzalez' 451-foot beast marked the longest homer at Kauffman Stadium this season. Following just behind was teammate Jose Altuve and the Rangers' Ian Desmond. The Phillies' Cameron Rupp and Rockies' Tony Wolters round out the list for Saturday.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Chi Chi Gonzalez joins the Rangers' rotation on Monday at the Yankees, with a 47 projected Game Score.

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Look for Mavs, Bulls to pursue Conley (0:55)
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Tony Romo looked up to by the kids of his hometown (0:59)
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Friday's longest home runs

Get the tape measure out for Yasmany Tomás. The Arizona RF went yard twice during a marathon 10-9 win over Colorado. His seventh-inning swat was the longest HR on any diamond last night.

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Not signing quality backup QB could haunt Cowboys (0:50)
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2016 NHL draft grades

With the 2016 NHL draft in the books, Corey Pronman grades all 30 teams on their hauls, with the Toronto Maple Leafs and Winnipeg Jets leading the way.

Jean-Jacques Taylor ESPN Staff Writer 

David Price, who had pitched 8 innings each of his last three starts, is gone after 2 ⅓, having allowed 12 hits in 18 at-bats. He's allowed 6 runs and is responsible for the two runners on base.

Jean-Jacques Taylor ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rangers are 11 for 17 against David Price tonight and have loaded the bases in the 4th inning with one out and a 4-0 lead.