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Yoenis Cespedes, Jason Kipnis and Miguel Montero provide plenty of celebration for their respective teams as each player slugs walk-off hits in extra innings to give the Mets, Indians and Cubs wins.
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Chargers rookie DE Joey Bosa says he was always optimistic a deal would get done with the Chargers and that there is no animosity between either side.
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Colin Kaepernick's former coach, Jim Harbaugh, says he does not respect Kaepernick's decision to sit during the national anthem, although Harbaugh acknowledges Kaepernick's right to do so.
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New York City mayor Bill de Blasio tells the crowd at Arthur Ashe Stadium that the city will be cheering for Puerto Rico's Monica Puig throughout the tournament, but Puig lost in the first round earlier in the day.
8 Hours ago
Yasiel Puig sits down with Marly Rivera to discuss his problems with the Dodgers and his reaction to being demoted to the minors.
The Cubs score two runs, capped by Miguel Montero's walk-off RBI single, to defeat the Pirates in 13 innings 8-7.
Top seed Novak Djokovic makes the best of a painful arm and tops Jerzy Janowicz of Poland in the first round of the US Open.
6 Hours ago
In the bottom of the seventh inning, Mariners right fielder Leonys Martin makes an amazing catch to rob Ian Desmond of a home run.
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Trevor Siemian, the Broncos' new starting quarterback, explains that he doesn't want to change who he is and speaks about the leadership Denver has in the locker room.
Mariners pitcher Pat Venditte shows off his unique ability to throw with both arms as he strikes out Elvis Andrus with his right arm and then fans Nomar Mazara using his left arm.
Tom Waddle and Jerome Bettis believe there is some injury concern with Joey Bosa because of how quickly he will need to get in football game shape before the season starts.
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