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  • Blue Jays Land Price in Toronto's 2nd Big Trade of Week

    Another big deal for Toronto: Blue Jays acquire All-Star Price from Detroit for 3 prospects

  • AP Investigation: Olympic Teams to Swim, Boat in Rio's Filth

    AP Investigation: Olympic athletes to swim and boat in Rio waters awash in viruses, bacteria

  • Dodgers Bolster Pitching in Huge Deal With Braves, Marlins

    Dodgers bolster pitching in 13-player deal with Braves, Marlins; Atlanta gets Cuban IF Olivera

  • Brady Lawsuit Transferred From Minnesota to New York Court

    Judge orders Brady lawsuit in deflated footballs case transferred to New York court

  • John Mara Says Giants Have Not Been Allowed to Examine JPP

    Giants have no first-hand information about the extent of Pierre-Paul injuries

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  • Trump Lands, Kim Leads at Women's British Open

    Donald Trump's grand arrival at Women's British Open upstages strong start by Hyo-Joo Kim

  • Ohio State Suspends Bosa, Marshall, 2 Others for Opener

    Ohio State suspends Bosa, Marshall, 2 others for opener against Virginia Tech

  • American Pharoah 1-5 Favorite for Haskell in 8-Horse Field

    Triple Crown winner American Pharoah is 1-5 favorite for Haskell in racing return

  • Patriots Open Camp, Try to Ignore 'Deflategate'

    The Tom Brady controversy continues.

  • Jones backs Goodell in standoff with Kraft, Pats

    OXNARD, Calif. -- If New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was looking for a sympathetic ear in the Tom Brady saga, he is not getting one from Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones. Kraft on Wednesday was critical of Roger Goodell's decision to uphold Brady's four-game suspension for his role in the Deflategate scandal, saying he was wrong to put his faith in the league during the appeal process. When asked about those comments at the opening news conference of Cowboys training camp later Wednesday, Jones backed Goodell. "He's got obviously a very tough job," Jones said. "Now I see some people doing that, that's that old violin that's not feeling too sorry for him because that's why you pay the big bucks is to deal with the big problems. But he's doing an outstanding job. I can tell you firsthand that in his spot you have to with people that you are counting on to help build and to help excel as far as...

  • Beijing Favorite in IOC Vote for 2022 Winter Olympics

    Olympic Vote: Beijing goes in as favorite against Almaty in contest for 2022 Winter Games

  • Jason Pierre-Paul rehabbing away from Giants

    Jason Pierre-Paul is getting his own medical care and rehab near his home in South Florida after the July 4 fireworks accident that cost him his right index finger, a source told ESPN, and at this point has no timetable for returning to the Giants. The source emphasized that Pierre-Paul expects to be healthy and play this season, "sooner than a lot of people think." But at this point, the criticism that team owner John Mara leveled at Pierre-Paul in a New York Post interview this week isn't likely to sway anything. "I don't think JPP is receiving very good advice right now," Mara told the Post. "He has told people that he's fine and that he's going to be ready to play, but until we see the hand, we're just not sure." The problem is that Pierre-Paul is not technically under contract with the Giants. And because of that, he has no obligation to allow the Giants to examine him or grant them any control over the timetable for...

  • Tigers to 'reboot,' listening on offers for Price, others

    Exactly a year after both were dealt on trade deadline day, David Price and Yoenis Cespedes are back on the market. Confirming an ESPN.com report, general manager Dave Dombrowski said he told multiple teams Wednesday afternoon that the Detroit Tigers will listen on all their potential free agents -- Price, Cespedes, closer Joakim Soria and others -- between now and Friday's trade deadline. Dombrowski labeled the decision a "rebooting," saying the Tigers have a solid foundation going forward. "We're only going to make a trade if we think it makes sense for us," the GM said, according to MLB.com. "But we think it gives us a chance to restock our club." The Tigers have been sliding in the standings since their 11-2 start and have fallen to a season-worst four games under .500, 13?? games out of first place in the AL Central and 4?? games behind in the wild-card race this week. Dombrowski said the decision to make...