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Tom Rinaldi reflects on the life and legacy of Arnold Palmer, who has died at the age of 87.
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Members of the Los Angeles Dodgers including Dave Roberts, explain what it meant to send Vin Scully, in his last home game, off with a walk-off win to clinch the NL West title.
Paul Finebaum breaks down the sequence of events that led to coach Les Miles' firing at LSU.
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A fake tag to Bryce Harper from Jung Ho Kang results in Nationals pitcher A.J. Cole throwing at Kang in his next at-bat resulting into both benches clearing.
16 Hours ago
Marlins president David Samson reflects on the team's affection for the late Jose Fernandez, his family and how his path to America will live on.
Rory McIlroy remembers the legacy Arnold Palmer leaves on the world of golf, a legacy he feels is the biggest from any athlete on any sport.
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott talks about his touchdown pass to Dez Bryant, and Prescott also says he is looking to get better after his first three games in the NFL.
ESPN golf analyst Andy North talks about Arnold Palmer's significance and reflects on his legacy, saying Palmer was one of the icons of the sports world.
5 Hours ago
Rocco Mediate reacts to the death of Arnold Palmer and explains how big an influence Palmer had on his life.
An emotional Don Mattingly looks back at the youthful enthusiasm Jose Fernandez played with.
Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz breaks down his 73-yard touchdown throw to Darren Sproles against the Steelers, as well as explains why he decided to throw the ball under pressure and not run with it.
18 Hours ago
In light of Jose Fernandez's death, Eduardo Perez tells the story of Fernandez saving his mother, who fell overboard while they were defecting in 2008. Perez also talks about Fernandez's importance to Miami and impact on baseball.
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