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Ball ricochets off pitcher and umpire

Anthony Rizzo hits a liner that bounces off the glove of Ty Blach and the umpire's foot, allowing Kris Bryant to score from second.

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Sandoval hustles for RBI infield single

Pablo Sandoval hits a slow grounder to short and hustles to beat Addison Russell's throw to first, allowing a run to score.

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Indianapolis 500

Will Power's Indy 500 victory completes epic IndyCar resume

Power had everything an IndyCar driver could want except for an Indy 500 win, which is why he drank the celebratory milk with vigor on Sunday.

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Danica crashes out of Indy 500, her final race

Danica Patrick's race ended when she lost control of her car and hit the outside wall in Turn 2.

Stefan Wilson's Indy 500 story comes up a few laps short

Stefan Wilson's inspiring story almost led to an improbable Indianapolis 500 finish on Sunday, but he had to make one last pit stop.

MLB

Olney: Hot commodities in the relief pitching market

Could Kelvin Herrera be the key player on the move? Not every contender will chase stars, but all of them will be looking for help in the bullpen.

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Aggressive Tanaka throws off Ohtani, Trout

Masahiro Tanaka and Shohei Ohtani squared off in a much-anticipated meeting Sunday, with the Yankees righty passing the test and then some.

Sunday's Top Plays

Indians walk off on Allen's homer in 14th

Greg Allen puts an end to the game in the 14th inning as he slugs a solo homer to complete Cleveland's 10-9 comeback win over Houston.

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Tanaka strikes out Ohtani twice

Masahiro Tanaka fans Shohei Ohtani twice with off-speed pitches.

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Harper crushes his NL-leading 16th homer

Bryce Harper destroys a Jarlin Garcia fastball over the right-field fence for his 16th home run, best in the NL.

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Albies makes terrific leaping grab

Ozzie Albies leaps to rob Xander Bogaerts of a potential extra base hit.

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French Open

An unhappy 'first' for Venus this season

If her opening-round loss at the Australian Open wasn't painful enough, Venus Williams fell in her first match in Paris. It's not the way she expected things to go.

Day 2: No reason to think Nadal or Sharapova will struggle, right?

Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova open up their French Open campaigns Monday, and both should sail -- at least on paper.

Champions League Final

Madrid's historic title obscured by online outrage

Real Madrid's Champions League final win over Liverpool was a work of art. So why hasn't it been the subject of adoration for everyone in the game?

Madrid cement their place in football's history books

Not since the 1970s has a club won three straight European Cups. Real Madrid's achievement is unparalleled in modern football, so where's the love?

NASCAR

Cup series points leader Kevin Harvick (green hat) is out of the 600 race, meaning he will not win his third straight points race and will not pull the Charlotte double by winning the All-Star Race and the Coca-Cola 600 in back-to-back weekends. You can smell the burning rubber a mere 15 feet from the No. 4 that's being worked on.

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Monaco Grand Prix

Ricciardo wins in Monaco after catching pass from Tom Brady

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Ricciardo battles car issues to secure Monaco victory

Daniel Ricciardo secured a victory against the odds at the Monaco Grand Prix after grappling with power unit issues for two-thirds of the 78-lap race.

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World Fame 100

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  • World Fame 2018

    To find the 100 most famous athletes in the world, we started with 600 of the biggest names in sports, drawn from 68 countries. ESPN's Sports Analytics Group then ranked them based on a proprietary formula that took into account three fame factors.

Wozniacki's unfulfilling rise

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  • When No. 1 Isn't Enough

    Caroline Wozniacki says she's never chased fame, only tennis excellence. But her search for fulfillment? That's been a longer, tougher journey.