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Nomura outlasts Kerr on 6th hole of playoff

Haru Nomura two-putted for birdie on the sixth playoff hole Sunday in the windy Volunteers of America Texas Shootout, outlasting Cristie Kerr, who was trying to win consecutive tournaments.

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Calhoun homers deep to center (0:26)

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Rangers DH Shin-Soo Choo launched a 433-footer close to dead-center in the fifth inning of Sunday's game against the Angels.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Yankees announce that infielder Pete Kozma was claimed off waivers by the Texas Rangers.

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On Saturday, Rangers OF Carlos Gomez became the third player this season to hit for the cycle. That matches the number of cycles hit in 2016.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Four-star point guard Tre Jones listed Arizona, Baylor, Duke, Oregon, Minnesota and UCLA. Mike Krzyzewski and Richard Pitino both were at his game this morning, along with two assistants from each school. UCLA had an assistant too. Jones also said he's not thinking of Duke as his favorite. "If I knew where I was going, I would definitely choose right now."

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Izzo, Scott Drew, Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State watching RM5, led by ESPN 60 Gerald Liddell and fast-rising 2019 guard Tyrese Maxey.

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Acosta: We played a lot of kickball - Via FC Dallas (1:21)
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Gomez hits for his second career cycle (0:59)
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Darvish stifles Angels with 10 K's (0:29)
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FC Dallas 2-2 Portland: Thriller ends level (2:14)

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Since the Cowboys have only have two quarterbacks on the roster in Dak Prescott and Kellen Moore and did not draft one, they believe they will be a popular destination for undrafted quarterbacks. They have agreed to a deal with Central Michigan's Cooper Rush.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys executive Vice President Stephen Jones said the Cowboys were able to draft five of their top 68 players on their draft board in Taco Charlton, Chidobe Awuzie, Jourdan Lewis, Ryan Switzer and Xavier Woods. The Cowboys got Woods with the 191st overall pick.

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Cowboys draft four DBs to replace departures (0:43)

Craig Custance ESPN Senior Writer 

It was chaos at the top of the NHL draft lottery, with three teams - the Devils, Flyers and Stars - winning their way into the top three. New Jersey wins the lottery, moving up from five to No. 1 with Flyers picking second and Stars third. Devils will get first crack at Nico Hischier and Nolan Patrick, the two centers ranked at the top of the draft class. The Stars may be the biggest winners, adding a potential young star to a nucleus of Tyler Seguin, Jamie Benn and John Klingberg that is already playoff caliber.