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Everything you need to know for final week of the MLB season

Must-see matchups, pennant race-defining moments, potential MVPs. Source link

Cubs sit OF Schwarber after poor defensive play

Cubs left fielder Kyle Schwarber said he put his team in a bad spot when he played a double into a triple in...

Canadiens Stanley Cup winner Langlois dies at 85

Albert Langlois, a three-time Stanley Cup winner with the Montreal Canadiens, has died. He was 85. Source link

Padres back in playoffs for first time in 14 years

The San Diego Padres are returning to the playoffs for the first time in 14 years after beating the Seattle Mariners 7-4 Sunday. Source...

Phillies star Harper exits with lower back stiffness

Phillies slugger Bryce Harper exited Sunday's game with lower back stiffness after he struck out with the bases loaded in the seventh inning. Source...

Lightning's Stamkos closing in on return vs. Stars

Tampa Bay Lightning coach Jon Cooper said Sunday that captain Steven Stamkos "is inching his way closer" to seeing game action, but wouldn't...

Toyota Gazoo's No. 8 wins 3rd straight Le Mans

Toyota Gazoo's No. 8 car won the 24 Hours Le Mans on Sunday to secure a third straight victory. Source link

How Dodgers phenom Gavin Lux wants to make a difference in Kenosha

The rookie may still be making his way in the majors, but the volatile events in his hometown have him thinking about how...

MLB Sunday Spotlight: Will Twins or Cubs last longer in playoffs?

With the Twins and Cubs both postseason bound, we get you ready for their SNB showdown and Sunday afternoon's Giants-A's clash. Source link

Yanks win 12th straight vs. Red Sox, tying record

The Yankees beat the rival Red Sox for a franchise-record-tying 12th straight time Saturday, though manager Aaron Boone characterized the streak as "probably...

Twins' Donaldson: Umps have 'no accountability'

Twins slugger Josh Donaldson lashed out at Major League Baseball's umpires, saying that there's "no accountability" for them and that most "don't care." Source...

Lightning wake up late, Khudobin puts them to bed: Takeaways from Stanley Cup Final Game 1

The Stars strike first on the strength of a 35-save outing from their veteran netminder. Here's what we learned from Game 1. Source link...
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