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MLB roundup: Story walk-off leads Rockies past Orioles

Trevor Story hit two home runs, including a two-run, walk-off homer in the ninth inning, and the Colorado Rockies rallied to beat the Baltimore Orioles 8-6 on Friday night in Denver. Read More


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NBA notebook: Durant doubtful for Game 1

Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant is unlikely to play in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday against either the Toronto Raptors or Milwaukee Bucks. More »


MLB notebook: Athletics' Davis lands on IL

The Oakland Athletics placed designated hitter Khris Davis on the 10-day injured list on Friday, retroactive to May 22, because of a left hip/oblique injury. More »


NFL notebook: 'Pacman' Jones retires

Cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones announced his retirement from the NFL after 12 seasons. More »


Raptors aim to top Bucks for NBA Finals berth

TORONTO - The Toronto Raptors will be looking to move on and the visiting Milwaukee Bucks will be hoping to stay alive Saturday night in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals. More »


Soccer: U.S. players want more investment in women's game

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The 1999 U.S. women's team may defy comparison in the eyes of many soccer fans but, 20 years after their famous World Cup triumph, the challenges they faced are all too familiar with pay and conditions still at the top of the agenda. More »


Indy 500 mourns Lauda but no official tributes

INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - The heartbreak of Niki Lauda's death has washed over the Indianapolis 500 paddock this week but there are no formal tributes planned to honor the three-times Formula One world champion, IndyCar said on Friday. More »


Golf: Eagle puts Blixt out front in Texas as Na shoots 62

(Reuters) - Jonas Blixt soared into the lead with an eye-catching eagle at the 17th hole and held on for a one-stroke advantage over Kevin Na and Tony Finau after the second round of the Charles Schwab Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas on Friday. More »


Soccer: Holders U.S. shrug off weight of World Cup expectations

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Few of the 24 women's World Cup teams arriving in France for next month's tournament will bear the weight of expectation quite like reigning champions the United States. More »


Japan's Hawks confirm ground-breaking Stewart signing

TOKYO (Reuters) - Nippon Professional Baseball side Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks confirmed on Saturday they had signed 19-year-old American pitcher Carter Stewart in a move that could potentially impact Major League Baseball in the United States. More »


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