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July 23, 2018

A major loss for Tiger that will lead to a major win
Tiger Woods had the lead at The Open. He didn't finish it off. But being right there, and the pain of not closing, is a necessary step on the road to major No. 15.... More >>

Inside a wild Sunday at The Open
From the return of Tiger roars on Sunday at a major to a Jordan Spieth detour around a forgotten part of the course, The Open's final round had everything.... More >>

Majestic Molinari keeps his cool in the Tiger Woods commotion
Challenged with an elite field, a tough course and being a part of the most followed pairing at Carnoustie, Francesco Molinari emerged to become Italy's first major champion.... More >>

Manziel traded to last-place Montreal in CFL
Quarterback Johnny Manziel's CFL career will continue in Montreal after the Hamilton Tiger-Cats traded him to the Alouettes on Sunday in a deal involving five players and two first-round picks.... More >>

Syndergaard to DL for hand, foot, mouth disease
Mets starter Noah Syndergaard is going on the 10-day disabled list after recently exhibiting symptoms of hand, foot and mouth disease, a viral illness that normally affects children under 5 years of age.... More >>

Vikings O-line coach Sparano dies at age 56
Vikings offensive line coach and former Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano died unexpectedly on Sunday at age 56.... More >>

Klopp warns U.S. not to pile pressure on Pulisic
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After Open run, Tiger starts at 16-1 to win PGA
Tiger Woods opened as a 16-1 favorite to win next month's PGA Championship. Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson are co-favorites at 12-1.... More >>

Top jockey fractures vertebra when horse dies
The agent for Victor Espinoza says the Triple Crown-winning jockey suffered a fractured vertebra in his neck but was not paralyzed when his horse collapsed and died.... More >>

How a Houston boxing trainer faked his death to avoid murder-for-hire
Ramon Sosa was marked for death by his wife. This is the story of how he survived, thanks to a surprising savior. Watch E:60 on Sunday at 9 a.m. ET on ESPN.... More >>

The best-case scenario for Kawhi Leonard and the Raptors
If Leonard is locked in and returns to his MVP form, the Raptors should project as a legitimate threat to the Warriors, Celtics and Rockets.... More >>

5-on-5: Predicting the loaded East race after the Kawhi trade
Our Insiders answer the big questions about new Finals favorites and dark-horse East contenders.... More >>

Bell: Even worse news could be coming for Yoenis Cespedes
The Mets' outfielder might be back from the disabled list for the moment, but he could be back on the shelf and out for a long time to come.... More >>

Realistic second-half goals for all 30 teams
Is your team down for the count? Probably. But there's still something for it to accomplish after the All-Star break.... More >>

Social media shows Mike Trout is what's great about baseball
When MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said Trout is not "actively engaged," social media responded by showing him otherwise.... More >>

The story behind Jermaine Gresham's random acts of kindness
Cardinals tight end Jermaine Gresham's airport act of kindness was just the tip of his compassionate iceberg. Some stories from those he has affected.... More >>

Saquon Barkley inks $31.2 million rookie deal with Giants
The No. 2 overall pick becomes one of the highest-paid RBs and plans to live on only his endorsement money while saving and investing the rest.... More >>

NFL Insiders predict: The No. 1 fantasy draft pick in 2021
Who will rule the fantasy landscape in three years? Our insiders pick a few candidates -- including a wide receiver -- who could go No. 1.... More >>

Fittingly, Bird puts finishing touches on WNBA's record-setting week
Guard Sue Bird always said she believed Seattle could return to a championship level.... More >>

OWL: London, Philly prepare to square off
The top two seeds in the Overwatch League playoffs were bounced this week by the white-hot London Spitfire and Philadelphia Fusion.... More >>

Red Bull's Fortnite event carried on the shoulders of its superstars
The event was on the verge of collapse. But its superstars -- Ninja, DrLupo and JGhosty -- held it afloat.... More >>

Coaches and their everlasting quest to coach turnovers
Football coaches constantly stress the importance of takeaways and ball security. But does it really all just come down to luck?... More >>

The weird, wild world of college football message boards
Fans like Stormy Daniels, federal judicial nominees and undercover school presidents (who are former CIA directors) keep college football weird on message boards.... More >>

Olney: As deadline nears, a few starting pitchers might find new homes
The trade market for starting pitching is thin, but a couple of good outings could convince contenders to come calling.... More >>

The most common trade deadline mistake and MLB's next big thing
Why regression is the one word every baseball fan should know this time of year. Plus, weighing in on hot-button issues and the Dodgers lineup.... More >>

A tiny oral history: The day we all met The Freeze
By now, you've probably seen The Freeze race fans at Braves home games. But every superhero has an origin story that must be told, and this is how The Freeze became a viral phenomenon.... More >>

Kevin Harvick bumps by Kyle Busch late to win at New Hampshire
Harvick wasn't afraid to give Busch a dose of what he doled out in Chicago, as a well-timed bump earned Harvick victory in New Hampshire.... More >>

Ain't no mountain high enough for Geraint Thomas, Chris Froome
The Team Sky teammates are 1-2 after the famed Alpe d'Huez in the Tour de France, and the list of riders who could catch them is becoming shorter.... More >>

Cort Nielsen takes Tour de France stage 15
Magnus Cort Nielsen won a sprint finish on stage 15 of the 2018 Tour de France, beating Ion Izagirre and Bauke Mollema to victory after 20 riders formed an early breakaway.... More >>

Why it is as important as ever to build around RBs
The NFL's current crop of young, elite, pass-catching running backs make it vital for fantasy managers to prioritize the position in drafts.... More >>

Fantasy football sleepers, busts, breakouts for 2018
Our panel of fantasy football analysts offers expected surprise performers, disappointments and those who will take their game to another level.... More >>

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