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Marrero pads Boston’s lead with long ball.

Deven Marrero cranks a two-run home run to right-center field as Boston looks to sweep Baltimore.

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Stephen A. ready to move on from KD Twitter fiasco.

Stephen A. Smith appreciates Kevin Durant's truthful answer about his controversial social media activity.

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Judge and Sanchez smack back-to-back homers.

Aaron Judge hits his 45th home run of the season, and Gary Sanchez adds one of his own in the fourth inning.

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Why J.J. Nelson should be the top WR addition.

Matthew Berry and Field Yates recap which wide receivers are the best bets for Week 3.

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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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Giants' 82-year-old ball man gets a helping hand.

When Vince Gomez was having a busy night, Jarrett Parket was there to help.

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Lonzo dunks and has a dance party.

Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball throws down a dunk during a late-night workout and celebrates with some signature moves.

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Pulisic buries Dortmund's third goal.

Christian Pulisic glides past the Hamburg defense to score his second goal of the season in the Bundesliga.

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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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On This Date: Sept. 20, 1973

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  • On this date: King defeats Riggs in 'Battle of the Sexes'

    On September 20, 1973, Billie Jean King defeated Bobby Riggs in just three sets in what become known as the "Battle of the Sexes." King's victory is considered a milestone in women's tennis as the public began accepting women in the sport.

Indians' winning streak

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  • When There Is No Tomorrow

    In watching the Indians on their historic streak, it became clear the most remarkable thing about the team wasn't the wins.