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Follow live: Blue Jays off to a quick start vs. Verlander

Justin Verlander makes his fourth start, but he's still searching for his first win as Detroit, without injured Miguel Cabrera, seeks the sweep against Marco Estrada and Toronto.

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Sources: LeBron talks quiet as Cavs work deals

The Cleveland Cavaliers are busy on several fronts as they attempt to solidify their roster. But for the moment that does not include talks with free agent LeBron James, sources told ESPN.com.

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Hot dog! Stonie eats 62 to dethrone Chestnut

Matt Stonie shocked the competitive eating world Saturday by upsetting Joey Chestnut at the Fourth of July hot dog eating contest at Nathan's Famous in Coney Island.

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2015 ESPY Day Auction

Golf with Chris Berman, spend a day with Mike & Mike in Bristol or watch the Mavs with Mark Cuban. Bid on these and more amazing experiences and support The V Foundation for cancer research.

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Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Let’s remember: Two of Tiger’s previous four rounds hadn’t broken 80. Cautious optimism was the theme this week. Should be at The Open, too.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

OK, so Tiger’s putter was ice cold this weekend. That’s fixable. With a few exceptions, his swing looked smooth and fluid. That’s better.

Woods bogey free in final round
Golf 

Tiger Woods finished his first bogey-free round in his past 56 rounds with a 3-under 67 to finish 7-under at The Greenbrier Classic. Leaderboard

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Golf 

Hamilton wins British Grand Prix
Formula 1 

Lewis Hamilton picked up his fifth win of the Formula 1 season, beating Nico Rosberg at the British Grand Prix. Does he get your vote for Best Driver at the 2015 ESPYS? Cast your vote

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Formula 1 

Japan-U.S.: What's at stake tonight
Women's World Cup 

  • A win would give the U.S. three Women's World Cup titles, the most by any nation.
    • Japan can become the second country to repeat in WWC history.

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Women's World Cup 

Baseball Tonight @BBTN

David Ortiz is starting at 1B at Fenway Park for the first time since 7/16/05. Mariah Carey's "We Belong Together" was No. 1 on the charts.

One accomplishment left for Wambach
Soccer 

And that would be a World Cup title to add to her illustrious career with the U.S. women's national team. She gets her chance tonight vs. Japan.

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Soler returns for Cubs

Cuban sensation Jorge Soler was activated from the 15-day DL today by the Cubs. Soler's a big addition to a Chicago team trying to stay competitive in the NL Central race. The Cubs (43-36) host the Marlins today at 2:20 p.m. ET.

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Brewers look to extend streak

The hottest team in baseball? That'd be the Milwaukee Brewers. The NL Central cellar dwellers have won seven straight and look to finish off a sweep of the Reds today in Cincinnati. Follow live

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Verlander looking for first win

Justin Verlander has made three starts this season, and the Tigers have lost all three. The former MVP looks to get into the win column as Detroit hosts Toronto. Follow live

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ESPN On Snapchat Discover live
Soccer 

The U.S. looks to hoist its first Women's World Cup trophy since 1999, while Japan aims to become a repeat champion. Find out what to expect in this WWC final rematch in Sunday’s edition of ESPN in Snapchat Discover.

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Soccer 

Stanley Johnson back in action
NBA 

The No. 8 pick in June's draft scored 13 points on 5-of-8 shooting in his Summer League debut Saturday. He'll look to build on that as the Pistons face the Clippers in Orlando.

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NBA 

Odell Beckham Jr. poses without pads
NFL 

You may be surprised to know that the Giants WR gets his body from his mother. He said, "She was a six-time All-American [in track]. I have her exact body structure from head to toe -- her wrists, arms, everything. I pretty much look like an identical twin of my mom." ESPN The Mag Q&A

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NFL 

LaMarcus Aldridge writes to Blazers fans
NBA 

In a letter in the Oregonian, he said, "Dear Rip City, Thank you! Those two words on a page don't begin to express the gratitude I have for the opportunity the entire Trail Blazers organization, my teammates, the media and you fans gave me. ... Please know that I will always hold my time in a Blazers uniform near and dear to my heart."

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NBA 

Kevin Durant on 2016 free agency
NBA 

"I haven't thought about it. I hear it all the time but I'm really just focusing on rehab. I can't get there unless I take care of today, so that's how I try to look at it even though I hear it from every side, thinking past to next summer. I'm not even trying to focus on that." KD nearing return

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Tiger bogey-free through 15
Golf 

Tiger Woods is through 15 holes in the final round of the Greenbrier Classic and hasn't recorded a single bogey. But his putter has let him down, and he's had to settle for just three birdies. He's tied for 29th with 3 holes to play.

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Harry Giles ?? @bigticket_hg

Gold Medal Game! This what we been working for this whole trip! Time to leave all out on the court tonight .. It's time to get it ?? Game on ESPNU @ 1:30 EST against Croatia show us some love #TeamUSA ????

Who says soccer is low-scoring?
Soccer 

Not 1, not 2, not 3 ... not 37?! Fiji possibly broke the record for the biggest win in international football with a 38-0 defeat of the Federated States of Micronesia. THIRTY-EIGHT GOALS!

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San Antonio now favorites in the West
NBA 

After agreeing to a deal with LaMarcus Aldridge, San Antonio's odds to win the West improved to 2-1, besting Oklahoma City and Golden State (both 5-2). Gregg Popovich's squad is 4-1 to win it all, behind only Cleveland (9-4) according to Westgate SuperBook.

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NBA 

The key to a United States win today
Women's World Cup 

Kate Markgraf, a 1999 World Cup champion, says: "They have to unsettle the Japanese. [Japan] are the most technically sound team in the tournament and they're so calm on the ball, so [the Americans] need to disrupt that.

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Sepp Blatter afraid of being arrested
Soccer 

The FIFA president isn't traveling to the Women's World Cup final in Vancouver today because he doesn't want to be arrested and create a further crisis for world football's governing body. Story

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