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Rodon, Robertson combine for rare feat

Carlos Rodon and David Robertson combined to strike out 14 batters while allowing only two hits in a 3-0 win on Sunday. It was the second shutout victory in White Sox history in which they limited their opponent to two or fewer hits and struck out 14 or more batters, per the Elias Sports Bureau. The other was done by Early Wynn in 1959.

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David Ross goes out in style

Playing in his final regular-season game at Wrigley Field, Ross received four standing ovations and two curtain calls. He drove the crowd wild with his solo shot off Carlos Martinez in the fifth.

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Ross powers Cubs past Cardinals

In his final regular-season home game, C David Ross smacks a solo home run to help the Cubs win 3-1 over the Cardinals.

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Ross powers Cubs past Cardinals

In his final regular-season home game, C David Ross smacks a solo home run to help the Cubs win 3-1 over the Cardinals.

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Vote: Cubs Confidence Meter

It's the final week of the regular season and Cubs confidence is high. Is October glory ahead, or is another heartbreak inevitable? Vote now!

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Elliott hurdles his way over 100 yards rushing

Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott showcases his athleticism by hurdling over Bears S Chris Prosinski, which gives him over 100 yards rushing for the first time in his career.

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Dez Bryant sprains right knee in Cowboys' win (0:24)
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Retiring Cub Ross homers in emotional send-off

David Ross homered and received four standing ovations and two curtain calls Sunday night, while Jon Lester and Joe Maddon teamed up to give the retiring backup catcher a moment in the spotlight.

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Prescott's TD pass to Bryant felt 'great' (0:45)
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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch David Ross react to the ovations and curtain calls in his last reg season home game.

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Bears in deep trouble after falling to 0-3 (0:47)
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Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears are in deep trouble at 0-3. Any hope of raising expectations for 2017 went out the window in Sunday's 31-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.

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Bears running back Jeremy Langford (ankle) was wearing a walking boot in the postgame locker room.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Jon Lester discuss the meeting in the mound Sunday night when Joe Maddon pulled catcher David Ross instead of his pitcher to give Ross his moment in the spotlight in his last home reg season game.