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When Cal Ripken Jr. Became a God, Broke the Unbreakable Record

Lou Gehrig's record stood for half a century, and it felt like it had been there forever. Cal Ripken Jr.'s record has stood for 20 years, and it feels like...wait, has it really been 20 years since that fabulous night when he passed Gehrig by playing in his 2,131st consecutive game? "It seems like yesterday in one way," Ripken said. Show More Summary

Shaq starred in a reality show in Korea where he went back to high school

Off To School is a Korean reality show in which celebrities become high schoolers for a few days. Seo Incheon High School got a special surprise this season: Shaquille O'Neal. Shaq looks dapper in school uniform. His classmates are SO...Show More Summary

The Marlins will make Dan Jennings their GM again (unless they demote him instead)

Wednesday's Say Hey, Baseball includes the latest Marlins' mess, the success of the Cardinals' young players, and Zack Greinke's ridiculous season. Subscribe for your daily Say Hey! Listen, we know it's tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary

Of course Jesus could ball

Good morning. We have that and more in Wednesday's NBA newsletter. Good morning. Let's basketball. COULD JESUS BALL? Complex is asking the questions you didn't know you had. Worth it for many reasons, not the least of which is Kenny Anderson's insistence that Jesus would ball in Jumpmans. Show More Summary

TCU and Baylor don't want to call their game a rivalry, but everybody else does

Good morning! It's your wake-up call on THE DAY BEFORE COLLEGE FOOTBALL REALLY STARTS! If a rivalry forms in Texas and nobody's there to claim it, does it make a sound? Neither Baylor nor TCU admits to a rivalry with the other, Steven...Show More Summary

Where Would the Houston Astros Be Today If They Never Left the NL?

There will be a great many stories to tell about the 2015 MLB season, including the story of how the Houston Astros at last settled into their new home. It was in 2013 when the Astros jumped from the National League Central to the American League West, thus bringing about an overdue balance between the two leagues. Show More Summary

Golf fans pan CBS’ ouster of David Feherty

David Feherty and CBS reportedly fail to agree on terms of a new contract, making the popular golf analyst a free agent. CBS’ ouster of David Feherty has gone over as well with golf fans as the Red Sox’ shameful canning of its popular...Show More Summary

Cutting Fred Jackson could haunt the Buffalo Bills

There's controversy in Buffalo over the decision to release beloved Fred Jackson, and it poses very serious questions about the team's leadership. Elsewhere, more money for Brown, the best of Hard Knocks, a slow start in St. Louis and more. Show More Summary

Bat Flipping Draws Shrugs in South Korea but Scorn in America

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Hwang Jae-gyun, who plays in South Korea’s top baseball league, found himself prominent on websites and English-language social media after a home run.

2015 MLB Award Race Odds Updates with 5 Weeks to Go

While Josh Donaldson is clubbing his way toward the American League MVP Award, the field is starting to close in on Bryce Harper for the National League's top honor. From those two chases to the battles for the AL and NL Rookie of the Year trophies, there's still a lot left to be determined in the season's final five weeks. Show More Summary

Maligned Nationals Still Have Star Power, Favorable Schedule for Big Finish

These are dark times in the nation's capital. And I mean baseball, not politics, which is saying something. After a dispiriting loss to the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday, the Washington Nationals sit at 66-65, 6.5 games back of theShow More Summary

Andrus Leads Rangers to 8-6 Win Over Padres

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Elvis Andrus singled in the go-ahead run and then stole home to cap a four-run seventh inning, and Prince Fielder hit a two-run homer to lift the Texas Rangers to an 8-6 win over the San Diego Padres on Tuesday night.

LEADING OFF: Harvey vs. Nola, Royals Get Chickenpox

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Calhoun's HR Helps Angels End Losing Streak, Beat A's 6-2

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Kole Calhoun had three hits, including his 21st home run of the season, to back a strong start by Matt Shoemaker, and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Oakland Athletics 6-2 on Tuesday to snap a four-game losing streak.

Dodgers Beat Giants 2-1 for 2nd Win Over Rivals in Same Day

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Zack Greinke beat Madison Bumgarner in a premier pitching matchup, and the first-place Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the second-place San Francisco Giants 2-1 on Tuesday night for the second time in the same day.

Senior Ronnie Stanley returns Notre Dame to NFL relevancy

After Ohio State, no team may make a bigger impact on the 2016 draft than the Irish. After the powerhouse that is Ohio State, no single college football team will have an imprint on the 2016 NFL Draft as much as Notre Dame. That imprint begins in a big way with left tackle Ronnie Stanley. Show More Summary

Zack Greinke leads Dodgers to 2-1 win over Giants, Madison Bumgarner

Don't you like it when stars deliver? All that expectation actually realized?

Mark Teixeira's Ill-Timed Setback Makes Yankees' Uphill AL East Climb Steeper

As if things were not going to be difficult enough. The Toronto Blue Jays added game-changing pieces to their roster before the non-waiver trade deadline and a barrage of wins and a sprint up the American League East standings ensued. Show More Summary

Nelson Keeps It Simple to Rebound With Win Over Pirates

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Coming off one of his worst starts of the season, Jimmy Nelson's decision to stick to his usual routine paid off as the Milwaukee Brewers' right-hander dazzled in a 7-4 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday.

Drew Switches Roles to Keep Yankees in Pennant Race

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Stephen Drew's bat is keeping the Yankees afloat after the second baseman, known more for his defensive play, delivered another big hit to help New York earn a 3-1 victory over the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park on Tuesday.

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