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Gordon sets MLB HR mark with solo shot

Alex Gordon records Major League Baseball's 5,694th home run of the year, setting the record for most in a season, with a solo homer that just clears the wall in right field.

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Perez cranks HR the opposite way.

Roberto Perez smacks a solo home run to right field in the top of the fifth inning to add to the Indians' lead over the Angels.

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Bradley Jr. makes fantastic leaping catch at the wall.

Jackie Bradley Jr. robs Chris Davis of a home run in the fifth inning to keep the game scoreless.

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Broncos surge in Power Rankings as Cowboys tumble.

The Broncos rolled over the Cowboys on Sunday, sending the teams in opposite directions.

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Judge drives in a run on sac fly.

Aaron Judge flies out to right field and scores Greg Bird in the fourth inning as the Yankees take the lead over the Twins.

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year of the home run

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The weirdest home runs of the season.

All home runs are not the same, and 2017 provided many examples of that. With outfielders giving long balls a little extra help to go over the wall and pitchers even going yard, this season has had many dingers to remember.

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Rookies a big part of MLB home run record.

Major League Baseball has set a new mark for most home runs in a season and a large part of that was driven by the performances by rookies Aaron Judge, Cody Bellinger and Rhys Hoskins.

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Was Kyrie forthcoming about Cavs exit?

Stephen A. Smith explains to Will Cain why it is unrealistic to expect Kyrie Irving to divulge all the details about his trade from Cleveland to Boston.

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Stephen A.: KD's made weak moves before.

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman weigh in on how Kevin Durant's apparent incognito social media behavior harkens back to his move to Golden State.

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Does PG-13 have chance to win MVP with Westbrook?

Paul Pierce and Brian Windhorst discuss Paul George's chance to win a competitive MVP race.

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What football could do to a child's future.

Robert Stern, PhD. at Boston University, discusses the recent study that showed that kids who play football before the age of 12 are twice as likely to develop behavioral issues.

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Eli sees ghosts and monsters in the pocket.

Offensive line struggles continue to plague the Giants, as the Lions total five sacks, including one seemingly out of thin air.

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On This Date: Sept. 19, 1947

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  • Jackie Robinson named Rookie of the Year

    The Dodgers second baseman won the inaugural award in the first year it became a national award. Robinson's legacy would only grow, and the award was renamed in his honor in 1987.

Overwatch's teenage icon

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  • Game: Interrupted

    How a teenage gamer in the hottest new esport, Overwatch, became a reluctant icon for South Korea's feminist movement.