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Red Sox stymied by streaking White Sox

Even with knuckleballer Steven Wright delivering a winnable game on Tuesday night, the offense-throttling White Sox kept the Red Sox in check.

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1hDan McCarthy

What's wrong with the Yankees? Quite a bit

The Yankees are off to their worst start since 1991. Finding positive stats outside of the bullpen is a struggle. Stats & Info breaks it down.

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Have a night, Justin Smoak!

Justin Smoak became the first Toronto Blue Jays player to tie it in the ninth with a home run and win it in the 10th with a home run.

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93-year-old woman tosses out first pitch at Brewers game (0:24)
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Dodgers prank Raymond the mascot (0:21)
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Is bad blood good for baseball? (2:14)
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Why We Love Sports Today: Home run for Maverick (1:14)
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The Start of Carlos Correa (0:50)
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We expected better: Top 25 of unfulfilled potential

ESPN.com presents the top 25 cases of unfulfilled potential in sports history. Some of the athletes who made the list squandered their prodigious talent; others were slowed or stopped by injury. All left us wanting more.

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Wilbon optimistic Yankees can turn it around (1:34)
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Olney: Correa always saw himself making it to the MLB (2:22)
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Kurkjian: Sandoval needs to use the time off the field productively (1:11)
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Is Nolan Arenado really that good? (4:09)
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Sport Science: Souza's superman catch (1:53)
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Get yer Dodger Dogs! Snack sold beyond park

Until recently, ready-to-eat Dodger Dogs in the Los Angeles area were only available at Dodger Stadium. Now they can be found at a convenience store.

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An electrifying minute in Toronto

Kyle Lowry's half-court buzzer beater sent the Raptors to OT just a minute before Justin Smoak's walk-off home run for the Blue Jays.

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Jeff Samardzija breaks bat over knee

The Giants RHP loves to deal the strikeouts, but he doesn't exactly like being on the other end of them.

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Roark's pitch goes just a bit outside

Straight-out-of-the-camera-frame outside.

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The Could-Have-Beens

ESPN presents the top 25 cases of unfulfilled potential in sports history. Some of the athletes who made the list squandered their prodigious talent; others were slowed or stopped by injury. All left us wanting more. Unfulfilled potential

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Dodgers prank Raymond the mascot

Yasiel Puig and Enrique Hernandez teamed up to get the best of the Rays' mascot.

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Indians rough up Verlander in 7-3 win

Justin Verlander was charged with all seven of Cleveland's run and lasted just five innings.

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93-year-old throws 1st pitch in Milwaukee

Jeannie Burant took the mound ahead of the Brewers game to toss the first pitch.

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George Springer sends home run for a ride

All the way to the train tracks at Minute Maid Park.

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Smoak powers Blue Jays with two homers

Justin Smoak followed up a game-tying home run in the ninth inning with a walk-off in the 10th.

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Royals rally for walk-off win over Nats

Kansas City tagged Jonathan Papelbon for three runs in the bottom of the ninth to steal a 7-6 win.

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Arrieta shines again as Cubs move to 19-6

Jake Arrieta lowered his 2016 ERA to 0.84 with seven scoreless innings to help Chicago to a 7-1 win in Pittsburgh.

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David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

What a comeback by the Royals! They score three runs in the bottom of the ninth off Jonathan Papelbon to snap the Nationals' four-game win streak. Mike Moustakas came off the bench for a big two-run pinch-hit single and then Lorenzo Cain drove in the winner with a liner in the gap on an 0-2 pitch.