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(LOS ANGELES, CA - MAY 28: A fan holds her dog in a Dodger Dog costume on the field during "Bark in the Park" promotion night before the game between the Florida Marlins and the Los Angeles Dodgers on May 28, 2011 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

A fan holds her dog in a Dodger Dog costume on the field during "Bark in the Park" promotion night before the game between the Florida Marlins and the Los Angeles Dodgers on May 28, 2011 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California.

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  • Cardinals' Bruce Arians: There's no young leaders, that's the problem

    Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians says one of the problems the team has is the lack of young leaders on the roster, "we have young followers that ain't following."

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  • Jordan Spieth in New Role as U.S. Anchor at Ryder Cup

    It may be peculiar how much the Ryder Cup matters, but it does. "Honestly, I think we're just tired of being told that we haven't won in a while," Jordan Spieth said at his press conference Tuesday. Before that, it had been nine years. European players get asked about their Ryder Cup triumphs; American players get asked about their Ryder Cup shortcomings.

    Golf
  • Latest on the NL Wild Card race

    The Mets have four games left to play and lead the Giants and Cardinals by one loss, as the three teams continue battle for two Wild Card spots...

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  • Arnold Palmer's Longtime Assistant on the Golf Legend's Life and Death: He Was a Great Golfer and Even Greater Man

    The title of Arnold Palmer's final memoir that's due out in a few weeks is called A Life Well Played, which couldn't be more appropriate, especially now in light of his passing Sunday at age 87. "His shoulder never healed and it started a bit of a downward spiral," his personal assistant for 50 years, Doc Giffin, tells PEOPLE. Palmer, the winner of 62 PGA Tour titles and seven major championships, could no longer play the game he loved so much, the game that had given the greenskeeper's son from Latrobe, Pennsylvania, so much.

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  • Autopsy report determines Arizona OL Zach Hemmila died due to mix of medications

    An autopsy report on Arizona offensive lineman Zach Hemmila’s body determined the player died because of a toxic mixture of medications. Hemmila died on Aug. 7. Hemmila’s death was ruled accidental and he was set to be a fifth-year senior on the team.

    Dr. Saturday
  • High School Soccer Team Won't Play Girls

    The Scottsdale, Arizona, Foothills Academy College Prep soccer team drove an hour to play Mesa's Faith Christian team Friday, only to be told the home team refused to play. Foothills' team has two female players, which appeared to be the problem - Foothills responded by saying they wouldn't play without all of their players, AZ Central reports. When schools in the district are too small to have both a boys and girls team, the Canyon Athletic Association allows girls to try out for and play with the boys as they wish.

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  • Pavel Buchnevich is playing for the Rangers tonight

    Alain Vigneault said that Pavel Buchnevich is a young player with "tremendous upside" but that "it's up to him, with our help, to help him be the best player he can be." Mika Zibanejad said that from his short time with Buchnevich he can tell that he is "really skilled," passes the puck well, brings lots of speed and is "fun to play with." (NYR) Zibanejad said that the key to working with Buchnevich now is to keep things simple with speaking and to use words that he understands. He added that that Buchnevich is a "smart guy when it comes to hockey and knows how to play."   (NYR) Chris Kreider said that Buchnevich's English has gotten a lot better and that he is a very amicable guy who is getting

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  • Sam Allardyce’s England future hangs in the balance

    England manager Sam Allardyce has not only been publicly humiliated but now he could lose his job. An undercover investigation from the Daily Telegraph, released on Monday, showed Allardyce meeting with fictitious businessmen and discussing how to get around rules of third-party ownership (TPO) of players and then negotiating a fee of over $518,000 for becoming an ambassador for what he believed to be a company set up in the Far East. After just one game and two months in charge of England, it could all be over for “Big Sam” as Three Lions boss. The FA is reportedly already close to firing him as they don’t want their image and integrity questioned across the globe. Allardyce, 61, took charge

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  • Cubs sign team president Theo Epstein to five-year extension

    The architect of the Chicago Cubs’ resurgence is going to stick around to enjoy the fruits of his labor. Team president Theo Epstein has agreed to a five-year deal to remain in the organization, the team announced Wednesday. #Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts announces the team and President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein have agreed to a five-year extension. Epstein joined the organization in 2011, and was tasked with turning around one of the worst franchises in the game.

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  • Report: Cavaliers giving championship rings to 1,000+ workers

    The Cavaliers will reportedly give David Blatt a championship ring, and Anderson Varejao also has one available. They aren’t the only two unexpected ring recipients. Joe Vardon of Cleveland.com: Majority owner Dan Gilbert and his partners decided

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  • Andre Drummond is using virtual reality to be a better FT shooter

    Andre may have picked the wrong VR program this morning. The NBA’s worst free throw shooters are marked men, assailed on all sides by intentional foulers and mocking fans alike. The likes of DeAndre Jordan and Dwight Howard will try pretty much anything to improve — practicing more, changing their shooting form in minor ways, and maybe even undergoing some kind of psychological counseling.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Week 4 quarterback rankings: Cam Newton ready to shine

    Cam Newton has faced some tough defenses early in the season, but could be in for a big game against the Atlanta Falcons. Make sure you have the advice you need to set a winning fantasy lineup by studying all the position rankings. [Week 4 rankings:

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  • Riot Games expands 2017 uLoL Campus Series to include 'as many players as possible' through StarLeague parternship

    The 2016 uLoL Campus Series featured 32 League of Legends teams from around North America. The 2017 tournament will feature as many as can sign up to play, Riot Games announced Monday. The continued partnership with Collegiate StarLeague will allow for teams from colleges around the region to sign up in an open registration system.

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  • OSU's T. Boone Pickens says OU president David Boren should retire

    Founder & Chairman, BP Capital Management T. Boone Pickens speaks at the 2016 Concordia Summit. Oklahoma State donor T. Boone Pickens, whose name is on the Cowboys’ stadium, has started the Bedlam rivalry a little early this year with some choice words for Oklahoma president David Boren. Pickens told the Austin American-Statesman’s podcast, “On Second Thought” that “maybe it’s time for David to retire” after a report surfaced that Boren had changed his mind about Big 12 expansion.

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  • 'The season is not over!' Jim Mora, 81, gives us a new rant

    Jim Mora getting mad this week wasn’t on the level of his famous “PLAYOFFS?!?” or “diddly poo” rant, or even his underrated “You may think you know” lecture. The former Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints coach was asked on a postgame show in New Orleans after the Saints lost Monday night to fall to 0-3 if the season was over. Apparently Mora DOES NOT think the season is over after three games.

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  • The Nominees for PGA Tour Player of the Year Are In

    Who will take home the PGA Tour's last honor of the season? Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, Adam Scott, and Henrik Stenson were nominated for the Player of the Year award on Tuesday, with Johnson leading as the favorite. The nominees for Rookie of the Year are Smylie Kaufman, Emiliano Grillo, and Si Woo Kim.

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  • Mets sign a ball for a fan

    A young fan gets hit on the arm by a foul ball and the Mets take it, sign it and give it back to the boy along with a bat

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  • Power Rankings: Should Truex or Harvick occupy the top spot?

    Kevin Harvick didn’t run out of gas this year at New Hampshire (Getty). Welcome to Power Rankings. As always, Power Rankings are far from a scientific formula. In fact, it’s the perfect blend of analytics and bias against your favorite driver. Direct

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  • USMNT Pulisic on assist vs. Real Madrid: “There’s no better feeling”

    Christian Pulisic continued his fairytale rise up through the ranks of the soccer world on Tuesday as the 18-year-old jumped off the bench and notched a crucial assist as Borussia Dortmund scored a late equalizer in the UEFA Champions League against Real Madrid. Trailing the reigning European champions heading into the final few minutes at home in their Group F game, Pulisic picked up the ball on the right flank (see video below) and drove towards Real’s defense. Dortmund’s fans went nuts and so did Pulisic.

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  • Why Anthony's leadership qualities will be tested early on

    While the New York Knicks boast a new-look team and have to deal with Derrick Rose's rape case, it will be up to Carmelo Anthony and Jeff Hornacek to keep the team focused.

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  • Lamar Jackson, Deshaun Watson: The Next Gen Mobile QBs

    Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson will be center stage when Louisville takes on Clemson in the matchup of the year so far. These two are the future of duel-threat quarterbacks. From Fran Tarkenton and Roger Staubach to Cam Newton and Russell Wilson, ACC Digital Network host, Jeff Fischel takes you through the evolution of the duel-threat quarterback.

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  • Week 4 fantasy football rankings: Start your Chargers

    The San Diego Chargers have several great fantasy options against a generous New Orleans Saints defense. Make sure you have the advice you need to set a winning fantasy lineup by studying all the position rankings. [Week 4 rankings: Overall | FLEX |

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  • The Cardinals were jeered at home last night

    The Cardinals got shellacked 15-2 by the Reds, one of baseball’s worst teams, last night. In so doing they fell a half game behind the Giants for the second Wild Card. Rick Hummel of the St. Louis Post Dispatch wrote about last night’s game. What struck him was the reaction from the crowd at Busch Stadium: And the fans, in a rare moment of pique, let the Cardinals hear about it, first booing and then erupting in a Bronx cheer when the final out of a seven-run fourth was recorded. They booed a little more later on and then many of them beat the traffic, with some of them at least leaving with a Grateful Dead T-shirt, a special theme night promotion . . . The paid crowd to witness the carnage was

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  • Usain Bolt on the origin story of his victory pose

    The fastest man in the world also has one of the most iconic victory poses in sports history. The “to di world” pose made its debut at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and has been a staple of Bolt’s celebrations ever since. The pose has become Bolt’s signature

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  • Tiger Woods booted from Ryder Cup team picture

    Tiger Woods is a vice captain on this year’s U.S. Ryder Cup team. In addition to Woods, U.S. captain Davis Love III announced Monday that Bubba Watson has been added to the team as a fifth vice captain. The two-time Masters champion and 7th-ranked player in the world competed as a player on the last three U.S. squads, and said at the start of the year that his goals were to play in both the Olympics and the Ryder Cup.

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