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  • The Cubs and Pirates played the most insane game of the season

    The Chicago Cubs and the Pittsburgh Pirates started out playing a normal baseball game on Monday night, but it ended up as a wacky, wild affair that took 13 innings and more than five hours. It featured three Cubs comebacks and the same player being thrown out at the plate two separate times in extra innings. The second game in this Cubs-Pirates series is Tuesday’s Free MLB Game of the Day on Yahoo Sports, which means you can stream the game for free on on the Yahoo Sports app, Yahoo’s Sports Home, MLB index, video home and this very post.

    Big League Stew
  • Hot Starts: five fantasy players who will shine early in 2016

    Looking comfy in Jim Bob Cooter’s offense, the Lions’ signal caller completed nearly 71 percent of his passes after Detroit’s bye week in 2015. With news that the Lions are planning to push the pace in 2016, Staff could throw the ball upwards of 640 times in 2016. While losing Calvin Johnson obviously hurts, opening the season opposite a Vontae Davis-less Colts should get the momentum going.

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  • Shaq and Jason Williams' sons showed off their hoop skills at Shaq's house

    Shaq’s son, Shareef O’Neal, and Jason Williams’ son, Jaxon Williams, played basketball together, along with other high school ballers Nassir Little and Ronaldo Segu. Home Team Hoops was there at Shaq’s house to put together a video of the session. Shareef got in some monster dunks on Jaxon, and Jaxon pulled some moves as slick as his dad’s on Shareef. All four of the players were smiling throughout the video — four talented ballplayers in one gym is fun!

    For The Win
  • Rickie Fowler's Chance to Lock Up Automatic Ryder Cup Spot Slips Away

    Fowler led The Barclays after 54 holes and was on the verge of locking up a top-eight automatic qualifying spot for the Ryder Cup on his own, but a disastrous back nine at Bethpage Black keeps him on the outside looking in.

    Golf
  • Colin Kaepernick says he'll continue to sit during national anthem

    San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick understood his national anthem protest would draw some attention and criticism. Kaepernick will continue to sit during the national anthem, he told 49ers reporters on Sunday. Chris Biderman, who covers the team for The Niners Wire, a part of the USA Today network, reported that Kaepernick addressed the team.

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  • Raw shocker: Triple H helps Kevin Owens win WWE Universal Championship

    There was bound to be excitement at the conclusion of Monday Night Raw considering the vacant WWE Universal Championship was to be contested in the main event with a new champion crowned. It's just that no one watching expected what transpired. At the conclusion of a Fatal 4-Way elimination match that included all sorts of twists and turns, Kevin Owens pinned Seth Rollins -- thanks to interference and a turn by a returning Triple H -- to become just the second universal champion to date. Let's take a look at how we got here. The title, vacated 24 hours after Finn Balor became the first universal champion by defeating Rollins at SummerSlam, was up for grabs on Raw. Former world heavyweight champions

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  • Peyton Manning Takes Shot At Tom Brady During Roast Of Rob Lowe

    Just because Peyton Manning retired from football doesn’t mean his rivalry with Tom Brady did. The former Denver Broncos quarterback, who defeated Brady and his New England Patriots in their final head-to-head matchup in January’s AFC Championship Game en route to his second Super Bowl championship, was a part of Comedy Central’s roast of Rob Lowe that taped over the weekend. Lowe jumped the gun in 2012, tweeting that Manning was going to retire after he missed the season with neck injuries. According to TMZ Sports, Manning used that botched 2012 tweet to take an easy shot at Brady during the roast. “You tried to take the air out of my retirement announcement so fast, you can probably get a job

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  • Kyle Larson gets first Sprint Cup win at Michigan

    Kyle Larson got his first points win on Sunday (Getty). Kyle Larson sprinted away from Chase Elliott on the race’s final restart to grab the first Sprint Cup Series win of his career at Michigan on Sunday. Elliott was the leader on that restart, which came with nine to go.

    From The Marbles
  • Jamal Crawford tricked defender with a sweet fake behind-the-back crossover

    Jamal Crawford went crazy at the Seattle Pro-Am again. The 36-year-old NBA vet sent one defender flying to the floor, and he made another angry as he shook him with a fake behind-the-back crossover. Ballislife shared clips of the two slick moves. Here’s the behind-the-back fake. It appears that the guy on defense was convinced Crawford carried the ball over or did something illegal. It looked fine to me — in fact, it looked awesome. They don’t call him J. Crossover for nothing. Here’s the stop and fake that sent a defender sliding. Notice how Crawford looks back at the man on the floor, pulls up for a jumper, then gets the and-one. It’s too easy. If you still want to see more highlights, you’re

    For The Win
  • Carlos Beltran's miraculous hair growth inspires Rangers in win

    With a little over a month to go in the regular season, the Texas Rangers have put themselves in exceptional shape to compete for a World Series title. At 77-54, the club holds an 8.5 game lead in the American League West, and midseason additions of Jonathan Lucroy and Carlos Beltran have strengthened an already solid lineup. The benefit of bringing in a 19-year veteran like Beltran is that he can find a way to inspire his teammates even when he’s not in the lineup.

    Big League Stew
  • Browns trade Barkevious Mingo to Patriots

    The Patriots have acquired linebacker Barkevious Mingo from the Browns, the teams announced Thursday.

    Sports Illustrated
  • Orioles trying to make trades, Yankees acting as obstacle in waivers

    Losing ground in the divisional race, the Orioles are looking for waiver wire trades according to a report from Buster Olney (ESPN Insider). Unfortunately for them though, the Yankees have “been aggressive in making [waiver] claims” which has limited the Orioles’ ability. With just three days remaining for the Orioles to add players to their roster who would be able to play in the postseason, the scramble is on. However, the Yankees—who are lower in the standings—have priority on waiver claims. That means that any player put on waivers—including revocable ones—must first pass through every team lower in the standings than the Orioles in order for the Orioles to be able to work out a deal. The

    MLB Daily Dish
  • Ryder Cup 2016: U.S. Team Almost Set, But Now the Hard Part Begins

    (c) 2016 Time Inc. Patrick Reed Wins Barclays, Secures Ryder Cup Spot Patrick Reed was a shot behind Rickie Fowler after 54 holes but rallied to win The Barclays to open the FedEx Cup playoffs.Two things about the Ryder Cup: One, Your team, whichever

    Golf
  • Phil Jackson says his goal for Knicks last season was 35 wins

    Phil Jackson predicted the playoffs for the Knicks in 2014-15, and he’s again drumming up postseason buzz for 2016-17. Between, he was much more cautious. The Knicks president didn’t make any bold proclamations entering last season. But, somewhat after

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  • Joel Embiid feels '100 percent,’ is on track to play for 76ers in preseason

    Joel Embiid has fun with Nerlens Noel during warm ups prior to a game against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Jan. 10, 2016. At long last, from the sound of things, fans of the Philadelphia 76ers might this season — possibly, potentially, with a little bit of luck, maybe — actually get a look at that rarest and most imagination-captivating of theoretical beings: a fully healthy Joel Embiid. The 7-foot-2 Cameroonian prospect, whom the Sixers selected out of Kansas with the third overall pick in the 2014 NBA draft despite pre-draft fractures in his lower back and foot, was front and center during the Sixers’ Beach Bash in Avalon, N.J., this weekend.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • New Orleans Saints cut roster down to 75

    The New Orleans Saints have to cut their roster down from 89 players to 75 players before 3 p.m. on Tuesday. New Orleans has already begun those cuts.  The New Orleans Advocate will be keeping track of all the Saints' roster moves as they happen, reporting cuts according to multiple league sources. Follow along here.  WAIVED FB Sione Houma WR Jared Dangerfield WR Reggie Bell OG Cyril Lemon LB Jeff Schoettmer LB Dillon Lee FS Jamal Golden LS Chris Highland WAIVED/INJURED CB Jimmy Pruitt, per WWL

    The Advocate
  • Pedro Martinez Completely Stuck It To Devil Rays 16 Years Ago Today

    Pedro Martinez had swagger. Not only could he shut you down with his devastating arsenal of pitches. But he also could make you look bad in the process. And if you ticked him off? Oh man, you were in for it. The Tampa Bay Devil Rays learned this the hard way on Aug. 29, 2000. That’s the night Gerald Williams charged the mound in the first inning after being drilled on the wrist by Martinez, setting the stage for one of the Boston Red Sox ace’s most memorable performances ever. Williams, batting leadoff, took exception to being plunked and went after Martinez, who stood his ground despite giving up several inches. An all-out, bench-clearing brawl ensued, and the Devil Rays hardly seemed ready

    New England Sports Network
  • On Ben Bishop, and his uncertain future in Tampa Bay

    This post is part of Tampa Bay Lightning day at PHT… On the surface, the whole thing just doesn’t seem fair. In this corner we have Ben Bishop — at 6-foot-7, the tallest netminder in NHL history — coming off a banner campaign in which he cemented himself as one of the game’s elite. Those covering Bolts almost unanimously agreed Bishop was the team’s MVP during the regular season, especially over a lethargic first three months in which Tampa Bay hovered around the playoff line. Bishop’s campaign concluded with the appropriate accolades: A second-place finish in Vezina voting, second team All-NHL, and a spot on Team USA for the World Cup of Hockey. At 29, Bishop is smack in the prime of his career

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  • Young fan cries tears of joy after getting Mike Trout's autograph

    One young Los Angeles Angels fan cried tears of joy after getting an autograph from superstar outfielder Mike Trout. Trout is out before the start of Sunday’s game signing autographs for some young fans. It’s tough to know exactly what the kid says to Trout, but strong lip readers at home can make out the phrase “my favorite player.” After getting his ball signed, the kid triumphantly raises his hands as he runs over and embraces his dad.

    Big League Stew
  • Bengals' Vontaze Burfict has no f-bombs to give for Steelers

    If you have any memory of how the Cincinnati Bengals’ season ended, then you might understand why Vontaze Burfict might be hesitant to discuss the Pittsburgh Steelers in great depth. The Bengals fell completely apart in the final 90 seconds of the home playoff loss to their rivals, and Burfict had a hand in it. After a Bengals fumble, 15-yard penalties by Burfict and Adam Jones put an injured Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers in the unexpected position of stealing the game.

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  • Nebraska transfer Andrew White commits to Syracuse

    Nebraska transfer Andrew White has committed to Syracuse, he announced Sunday.

    Sports Illustrated
  • Yankees' rallies fall short in loss to Royals

    After trailing 8-1 after the seventh inning, the New York Yankees brought the game-tying run to the plate in the top of the eighth and ninth innings, but were unable to tie the game in an 8-5 loss to the Kansas City Royals on Monday at Kauffman Stadium. Read more Michael Pineda and Blake Parker combined to allow five runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to turn a 3-1 game into a seven-run deficit.  Didi Gregorius hit a two-run double, Starlin Castro a sac fly and Chase Headley an RBI single to draw the Yankees within 8-5 in the eighth inning to bring up pinch hitter Mark Teixeira as the tying run. Royals manager Ned Yost brought in Kelvin Herrera, who got Teixeira to ground out to end

    SNY
  • Bellator 160 salaries: Henderson makes $75K

    Benson Henderson was the high man on Bellator's payout list over the weekend. The former UFC lightweight champion made $75,000 for his Bellator 160 main event victory over Patricio Freire on Friday night in Anaheim, according to a document obtained by MMA Fighting through the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC). The figure was a flat rate with no win bonus. Freire earned the second most on the card at $50,000. Henderson won by second-round TKO when "Pitbull" could not continue due to a broken right leg. It was Henderson's second fight with Bellator after a loss to Andrey Koreshkov in a welterweight title fight in his debut. "Smooth" will challenge Bellator lightweight champion Michael

    MMA Fighting
  • Sources: Ty Lawson agrees to deal with Kings

    Ty Lawson is joining the Kings. Free-agent guard Ty Lawson has agreed to a one-year contract with the Sacramento Kings, league sources told The Vertical. Lawson visited with Kings officials and coaches on Saturday in Sacramento and had planned to meet with New Orleans Pelicans officials early this week – until the Kings offered him a deal on Sunday, league sources said.

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  • Villeneuve warns Verstappen: You're going to kill someone

    Ex-Formula One star Jacques Villeneuve has urged Red Bull's Max Verstappen to temper his aggressive approach, claiming the teenage driver is "going to kill someone". Verstappen was at the centre of a controversial incident during the Belgian Grand Prix on Sunday, colliding with Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel off the line at Spa-Francorchamps, the 18-year-old drawing blame from the Ferrari duo. The flashpoint, followed by further contact between Verstappen and Raikkonen later in the race, prompted a war of words between the young Dutch-Belgian newcomer and the pair of former world champions.

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