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Source: Wainwright likely out rest of season

Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright is expected to miss the rest of the 2015 season due to an Achilles injury he suffered Saturday while stumbling out of the batter's box, a source told Jim Bowden.

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Scherzer, injured batting, says NL needs DH

Max Scherzer, who could miss his next start for the Washington Nationals with a sprained thumb, says the National League would be better served if pitchers weren't asked to bat.

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Kiper vs. McShay: Three-round mock draft

Mel Kiper and Todd McShay play GM for all 32 NFL teams, alternating mock draft picks for the first three rounds of the 2015 draft.

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Wainwright out for the season with Achilles injury

Jerry Crasnick has the latest on Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright, who is expected to miss the rest of the season with an Achilles injury, which he suffered Saturday night while stumbling out of the batter's box.

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Playoff buzzer-beaters

Check out the past four NBA playoff game-winning buzzer-beaters, including ones from LeBron James when he was a member of the Miami Heat and Bucks' Jerryd Bayless' winner against the Bulls.

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Summer Scoop: New Orleans Pelicans

What's next for the Pelicans? After New Orleans' early exit from the playoffs, Marc Stein identifies the key questions surrounding Anthony Davis & Co.

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Burnside: Where do Penguins go from here?

In spite of having two of the best players in the world in captain Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, the Penguins must figure out how they can prevent even further erosion.

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A no-good, very bad series for Kyle Lowry

Forget assist-to-turnover ratio; Lowry is struggling with his assist-to-fouls ratio against the Wizards. So far in the series, Lowry has 16 personal fouls and just 15 assists.

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Gordon flies into stands for catch
MLB 

Royals OF Alex Gordon had a close encounter with White Sox fans in the 6th inning of Chicago's 5-3 win. We're not sure how he held onto this one.

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Bad start for Lowry

Kyle Lowry picked up two personal fouls in less than six minutes in the first quarter, but he waved off coach Dwane Casey and stayed in the game. Then he exacerbated the situation with a technical as the Raptors called timeout. The Wizards lead by 6 and are already in the bonus. Follow live

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Max Scherzer (sprained right thumb) likely to miss next scheduled start, Tues. at ATL Scherzer 1-2, 1.26 ERA after signing 7-yr, $210M deal

Canadiens lead after 1

Carey Price stopped all 13 shots he faced in the 1st period, helping Montreal take a 1-0 lead over Ottawa. The Canadiens lead the series 3-2. Follow live

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Red Bulls pull even with Galaxy
Soccer 

Felipe Martins happened to be in the right place at the right time for New York when a blocked shot deflected off his head into the goal. The Red Bulls and Galaxy are tied 1-1 on ESPN2.

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Amarista, Norris power Padres

Alexi Amarista and Derek Norris hammered solo shots to support Brandon Morrow through 7 innings of one-run ball as the Padres avoided a sweep in San Diego. Norris finished 2-for-3 with 2 RBI and a run. Box score

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Clippers show Spurs are mortal
NBA 

Chris Paul scored 34 points to help the Clippers even their series against the Spurs at 2-2. "We're not that good," Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said, "and they're not what you saw [Friday] without a doubt."

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Canadiens take lead

For the 1st time in the series, the Canadiens scored 1st. Brendan Gallagher's 1st goal of the series gives Montreal a 1-0 lead. The Canadiens lead the series 3-2 entering tonight. Follow live

Hazard named PFA Player of the Year
Soccer 

Eden Hazard beat out Tottenham striker Harry Kane for the award from the Professional Footballers' Association. The Chelsea winger has 13 goals and 8 assists for the Premier League leaders this season.

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Soccer 

The importance of Game 5
NBA 

With the Clippers and Spurs tied 2-2, Game 5 becomes pivotal. Teams that win Game 5 of a best-of-7 series tied 2-2 go on to win the series 82 percent of the time.

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Chris Paul: 'This was a total team effort'
NBA 

Chris Paul got plenty of motivation before Sunday's Game 4 win: "All my teammates, my brother, all them been telling me how passive I've been, so I just tried to be a little aggressive." But it's Paul's son who'll likely take credit, Paul says.

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White Sox rally past Royals
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The ChiSox scored 5 unanswered runs -- all in the 6th inning -- to come from behind in a 5-3 win for their second victory vs. the Royals in today's doubleheader.

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Season on the brink for Raptors

2014-15 was Toronto's best regular season in franchise history. But with one more loss to Paul Pierce and the Wizards, a season that once saw title hopes for the Raptors would come to a crashing halt. Follow live

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