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Rickwood Field, a time capsule of opportunity and oppression, welcomes MLB for Negro Leagues tribute

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Gerald Watkins watched Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton and other New York Yankees wade through stalks of corn onto an Iowa field in 2021, near the filming site for the 1989 baseball movie “Field of Dreams.”

Grand Slam champions Osaka, Raducanu, Wozniacki and Kerber receive wild cards for Wimbledon

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Former Grand Slam champions Naomi Osaka, Caroline Wozniacki, Angelique Kerber and Emma Raducanu have all been awarded wild cards for Wimbledon.

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Can EJ Emery’s Uber rating bump him up draft boards?

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The first member of his family to play hockey, USNTDP defenceman EJ Emery lit it up at the combine and has shown he can handle even the oddest pre-draft questions from NHL teams.

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‘Connor things’: McDavid’s epic performance drags Oilers, Panthers back to Alberta

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Connor McDavid is wheeling the bus, relocating the travelling circus, and dragging the Stanley Cup Final back to Alberta, as per his singular mission.

Ben Rice has the scoop for his major league debut with Yankees

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New York Yankees’ Ben Rice makes his Major League debut where he notched a single in his team’s 4-2 win over the Baltimore Orioles.

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Griner, Taurasi each score 19 points as Mercury beat Liberty

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Brittney Griner and Diana Taurasi each scored 19 points to lead six Phoenix players in double figures and the Mercury beat the New York Liberty 99-93 on Tuesday night in a game that featured a WNBA record 33 made 3-pointers.

McDavid legacy game lifts Oilers in must-win Game 5

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The Hockey Central panel break down the Edmonton Oilers’ 5-3 win over the Florida Panthers in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final, discussing Connor McDavid’s legacy performance and the special teams’ impact on the contest.

Hernandez’s 3-run shot highlights 7-run ninth as Dodgers beat Rockies

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Jason Heyward hit a pinch-hit grand slam and Teoscar Hernandez added a three-run homer — all in a seven-run ninth inning — as the Los Angeles Dodgers rallied for an 11-9 victory over the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday night.

Hernandez rips three-run bomb as Dodgers complete huge comeback

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Watch as Los Angeles Dodgers slugger Teoscar Hernandez comes through with another huge home run, blasting a three-run shot to give the Dodgers the lead over the Colorado Rockies in a game they trailed by five runs in the ninth inning.

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‘Not feeling deflated, a little grumpy’: Maurice on Game 5

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Florida Panthers head coach Paul Maurice reflects on his team’s performance in Game 5 against the Edmonton Oilers and explains why he’s not worried about the loss.

‘They threw the kitchen sink at us’: Oilers’ Perry on frantic Game 5

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Edmonton Oilers forward Corey Perry joins Gene Principe after a win in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals, discussing Connor McDavid’s big night, Stuart Skinner holding it down in the crease, and more.

Skinner on gritty Game 5 win: ‘Can never count the Oil out’

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Edmonton Oilers goalie Stuart Skinner discusses the perseverance the Oilers have shown in the past couple games before talking about how raucous the crowd should be for Game 6 in Edmonton and how he’s grown as a goaltender throughout the…

WNBA Highlights: Sun 79, Sparks 70

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DeWanna Bonner put up a team-high 16 points with seven rebounds, Alyssa Thomas put up an 11-7-7 line, and the Connecticut Sun handled the Los Angeles Sparks 79-70.

‘Connor doing Connor things’: Hyman praises McDavid for huge Game 5

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Zach Hyman joins Kyle Bukauskas to discuss what was a pressure-filled Game 5, Connor McDavid’s monster stretch in the last two games, and if he thinks the Oilers planted a seed of doubt on the Panthers.

Stanley Cup Final Game 5 Highlights: Oilers 5, Panthers 3

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Connor McDavid had another four-point night and Stuart Skinner stopped 29 of the 32 shots he faced as the Edmonton Oilers defeated the Florida Panthers 5-3 in Game 5 to stave off elimination once again in the Stanley Cup Final.

McDavid’s wild empty net goal sends Cup Final back to Edmonton

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Watch as Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid puts the finishing touches on a wild Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final, potting the empty night goal to send the series back to Edmonton and drawing the ire of Florida Panthers GM Bill Zito.

Watch Live: Oilers, Panthers speak after Game 5

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Following Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final, which saw the Edmonton Oilers trim their series deficit to 3-2 thanks to a 5-3 win, members of the Oilers and Florida Panthers head coach Paul Maurice will meet with the media to discuss the game.

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Oilers edge Panthers, trim deficit to 3-2 in Stanley Cup Final

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Connor McDavid implored his Edmonton Oilers teammates to “drag ’em back to Alberta” after staving off elimination on Saturday. Mission accomplished.

MLB Highlights: Red Sox 4, Blue Jays 3

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Tyler O’Neill hit his third home run of the series and Ceddanne Rafaela drove in the game-winning run to help the Boston Red Sox top the Toronto Blue Jays 4-3.

MLB Roundup: Mets extend season-long winning streak to seven games

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Nick Lodolo allowed one run in seven innings to win a fifth straight start, Santiago Espinal hit a two-run homer and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1 on Tuesday night.

Tkachuk sets up Ekman-Larsson goal to cut Oilers’ lead to one

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Watch as Matthew Tkachuk gets the puck behind the net and finds a trailing Oliver Ekman-Larsson, who buries a laser to cut the Oilers’ lead to one goal.

Dodgers’ Ohtani crushes 476-foot homer to centre field

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Watch as Los Angeles Dodgers designated hitter Shohei Ohtani absolutely unloads on an Austin Gomber slider to crush a 476-foot homer against the Colorado Rockies.

‘He did what?’: Oilers’ McDavid wows with spectacular assist, scoring record

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With the Oilers on the brink of elimination, trailing in the series 3-1, McDavid up to his usual show-stopping antics in front of the Panthers home fans.

As Martinez arrives, new-look Blue Jays drop another game against Red Sox

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Orelvis Martinez’s arrival signifies more change for the Blue Jays. While he didn’t get to play in Tuesday’s loss to the Red Sox, Martinez might give the Jays some much-needed power going forward.

Canadian O’Neill stays hot against Blue Jays with game-tying bomb

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Watch as Boston Red Sox outfielder and Maple Ridge, B.C. native Tyler O’Neill continues to do damage in his homeland, bashing a game-tying solo homer for his third HR in two games against the Toronto Blue Jays.

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Gotta See It: McDavid slices through Panthers D to set up Perry goal

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Watch as Connor McDavid takes the puck from his own end, slices his way through two Panthers defencemen, and delivers the beauty pass to Corey Perry for the goal.

‘One of the greatest ever’: Sports world reacts to the death of Willie Mays

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After the San Fransisco Giants announced the passing of Willie Mays on Tuesday, the sports world was quick to respond.

Tkachuk gives Panthers life in Game 5 with top shelf snipe

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Watch as Florida Panthers’ Matthew Tkachuk gives his team life in Game 5, taking advantage of an Oilers turnover in the offensive zone and sniping home his team’s opening goal over the glove of Stuart Skinner.

Oilers break franchise record with nine-straight goals in Stanley Cup Final

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Since the 14:48 mark of the first period in Game 4, the Edmonton Oilers have been on an absurdly hot streak, hotter than the legendary teams of the 1980s have ever been, breaking a franchise record for unanswered goals with nine.

McDavid beats Bobrovsky from sharp angle with five-hole shot

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Watch as Edmonton Oilers forward Connor McDavid shoots the puck through the legs of Florida Panthers goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky from a sharp angle to score the Oilers’ third goal of Game 5 in the Stanley Cup Final.