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Koepka overcomes brutal conditions at Bethpage Black to avoid a historic collapse and win his fourth major in the past 23 months.
Right-hander struggles through three innings and Washington falls behind by four runs before an ultimately fruitless rally in a 6-5 defeat.
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“We’re gonna have to talk about how we want to allocate that money and what role he would play on our team going forward,” General Manager Brian MacLellan said.
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It all could have ended badly for Toronto in a Game 3 thriller, but the Raptors survived. Can they do it again to even the Eastern Conference finals?

Among the many criticisms was this comment from the Kings' Buddy Hield: "Episode 3 should have been the last one."

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A recent graduate of Walsh University, Taylor Ceepo played on the school's soccer team.

Koepka won the U.S. Open in 2017 and 2018 and the PGA Championship in 2018 and 2019.

Wilder had previously talked about getting "a body" on his record, but following his quick, dominant win over Dominic Breazeale, the WBC heavyweight champion struck a much different tone.

Beginning this week, and for one to two months, the Spirit will attempt to fill roster gaps and adjust to the National Women’s Soccer League campaign without several key players.

Cleveland starter Shane Bieber strikes out career-high 15 as Baltimore falls to 15-31.

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How more than 100 U.S. soccer players overseas fared this weekend and this season.

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Things are going to improve for Washington between this coming week and the all-star break. Otherwise, you will see big changes.

If only that Kentucky Derby had gone differently...

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All across America, people are not going to baseball games, even when they want to.

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Green notches a triple-double as Golden State overcomes 13-point halftime deficit to topple Portland, 110-99, to take a commanding 3-0 lead in the Western Conference finals.

“In that moment he’s not trying to do anything other than rattle me,” Doolittle said of Maddon. “And it was kind of tired."

Wayne Rooney scores early in the second half, but a 97-second defensive letdown leads to a pair of Dynamo goals.

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