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Fan interferes with live ball, kicked out

In the bottom of the sixth inning, a fan reaches over the wall and grabs a ball that is still in play during the Dodgers-Rockes game. Security guards promptly show up at his seat and escort him out of the park.

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Hicks' RBI double helps Florida advance to CWS finals.

Christian Hicks lines one to the gap in left-center field to help the Gators set up a meeting with LSU.

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Saturday's top moments

MLB

Farrell gets heated after balk call.

Red Sox manager John Farrell is ejected for arguing a balk call and gets into a fiery argument with crew chief Bill Miller before leaving the field.

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Reddick races in for diving grab, twice.

A diving catch for Josh Reddick in the first inning was so nice he had to make an identical play in the seventh inning.

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Hornets GM has Wade on the mind, not Bacon.

In the news conference for the team's draft picks, general manager Rich Cho accidentally introduces "Dwyane Wade" instead of Dwayne Bacon.

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Soccer

Celebrating 30 years of Messi's soccer stardom.

For his 30th birthday, we look back at some of Messi's greatest accomplishments.

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Butler Trade

NBA

Butler begins new chapter in Minnesota.

SVP's 1 Big Thing looks at Jimmy Butler's move from the Bulls to the Timberwolves, his message to Chicago and "the craziest week" Butler ever went through.

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Knicks

NBA

Wise not a fan of Knicks drafting Ntilikina.

Mike Wise breaks down New York's decision to take Frank Ntilikina with the eighth pick in the draft.

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Yankees

MLB

Judge's power expanding Yankee terminology.

For Aaron Judge's 26th home run of the season, radio announcer John Sterling calls it "Judgian," a reference to long balls called "Ruthian" for Babe Ruth.

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Red Sox

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MLB

Ortiz salutes dad, fans in speech.

With the Red Sox retiring David Ortiz's No. 34, the ex-designated hitter thanks his father and the Fenway fans for their support before throwing the first pitch to former teammate Jason Varitek.

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Soccer

Hudson River runs blue.

NYCFC picked up just its second-ever win in the Hudson River Derby.

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Saturday's Games

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NBA Awards

Top three moments from Rookie of the Year finalists.

Check out the best play, funniest moment and top stat from Joel Embiid, Dario Saric and Malcolm Brogdon.

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Body Issue 2017

Celtics

NBA

Don't let Thomas' size fool you.

Isaiah Thomas will not let his 5-foot-9 frame stop him from achieving greatness in the NBA and will continue prove the doubters wrong.

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Lonzo Ball to Lakers

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Title IX

45th Anniversary

Olympic Sports

Title IX 45th Anniversary Vignette: Jackie Joyner-Kersee.

Joyner-Kersee may be the greatest track and field athlete in history. Olympic gold medalist Donna De Varona explains what impact Joyner-Kersee had on the sport.

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 12TH, ABC

Lakers

NBA

Kobe a superstar throughout illustrious career.

To commemorate the 25th year of The ESPYS, we celebrate 25 athletes who have made the greatest mark on this quarter century. With five NBA championships throughout his 20-year career, Kobe Bryant has put a stamp on the Lakers that will last a lifetime.

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All Blacks captain Read a 'fierce warrior' in win.

"A fierce warrior" was how Steve Hansen summed up Kieran Read after a brilliant performance from the All Blacks' captain in Saturday's win over the British & Irish Lions.

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On This Date: June 25, 1966

Vincent Smith's second act

Brazil's baseball phenom

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  • Meet Brazil's Most Valuable Arm

    When MLB's international signing period opens July 2, Eric Pardinho is poised to collect an eye-popping seven-figure payday. Can the 16-year-old pitcher live up to his father's sales pitch?