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Follow live: Germany faces another challenge in Sweden

The Germans look to bounce back after a big loss to Mexico, but Sweden presents another test for the defending champions.

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Mexico moves to brink of knockout round as Vela finds redemption

Four years after passing on the chance to play for Mexico in the World Cup, Carlos Vela is back and at the heart of El Tri's electric attack.

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How high is Mexico's ceiling after South Korea win?

Stevie Nicol forecasts how far El Tri's work rate and quality can continue to take them in Russia.

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Taylor's triple helps power Oregon State to 12-2 win, force elimination game

Zak Taylor finds the gap in right-center field to score two runs for Oregon State.

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2018 draft

How this draft sets up future trades and free agency

Trades and free agency are around the corner. Kevin Pelton looks at the ways an eventful draft night will lead to more moves.

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These six picks won the NBA draft’s first round

Which teams made the best moves in the first round of the draft?

MLB

Eight under-the-radar relievers who deserve All-Star consideration

Archie Bradley and Jeremy Jeffress probably won't be playing in D.C. on July 17, but they should have a place in the All-Star conversation.

J.D. Martinez proving to be worth every penny

Teams balked at paying Martinez big money this offseason, but the Red Sox slugger is now leading the league in RBIs and tied for the lead in home runs.

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On This Date: June 23, 1996

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    On June 23, 1996, after WWE superstar Stone Cold Steve Austin defeated Jake "The Snake" Roberts to win King of the Ring tournament, Austin gave the WWE universe the infamous speech that put Austin 3:16 on the map.

Inside Max Scherzer's process

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    The Nats' ace swears he's normal. The evidence -- three Cy Youngs, 152 strikeouts in 2018 and a near obsession with minor tweaks -- proves otherwise.