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IndyCar

Winning the Indy 500 garners immortality.

Former winners share the emotions of the Indianapolis 500 and how a victory at the Brickyard can cement your legacy.

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Tennis

Tennis

No. 1 goes down at French Open.

Angelique Kerber drops her match against Ekaterina Makarova to become the first No. 1 seed on the women's side to lose in the first round of the French Open.

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French Open action

Day 1

Drivers

SC Featured: Driver Clauson's legacy lives on.

Nine months after Bryan Clauson was killed in a racing crash, his family meets the recipient of his donated heart: a 63-year-old Army war veteran.

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Dodgers

MLB

Kershaw's journey to 2K strikeouts continues Sunday.

His punchout power began with the first batter he faced in the majors, and he hasn't slowed down since.

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NBA finals: Cavs-Warriors

Game 1: 9 p.m. ET Thursday, ABC

NBA

Love on Green: He has us next Thursday.

Tyronn Lue and Kevin Love discuss Draymond Green's comments about wanting to annihilate the Cavaliers and why Lue likes players with a competitive edge such as Green's.

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Stanley Cup finals

Preds vs. Pens, Monday at 8 p.m. ET

Béisbol Experience

Mets-Pirates, 8 ET on ESPN

Polanco's connection to home remains strong.

Pirates OF Gregory Polanco's hometown of Villa Mella, Dominican Republic, is a constant reminder of who he is, where he has come from and how far he's come.

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Brook vs. Spence

Boxing

Spence knocks off Brook for IBF Welterweight title.

Errol Spence Jr. takes down Kell Brook to claim his first world title and improve to 22-0.

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Spelling Bee

Meet the youngest-ever qualifier for the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

Edith Fuller, from Tulsa, Oklahoma, qualified for her regional competition at age 5.

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Coca-Cola 600

Sunday at 6 p.m. ET

Yankees

MLB

The superstitious side of Aaron Judge.

The Yankees outfielder explains some of his unique routines, including his chewing-gum quirk.

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NCAA Softball

Super Regionals

NCAA Softball

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MLB

Astros

MLB

Correa 'turned himself into a pretzel to catch that one.'

Carlos Correa breaks into a full sprint and has to reach back across his body to make the catch while falling on his back in the Astros' win.

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Angels

MLB

Trout jump-starts Angels with 456-foot HR.

Mike Trout smacks a long 456-foot solo home run to left field in the top of the first inning to give the Angels a 1-0 lead over the Marlins.

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Seahawks

NFL

Men's College Hoops

Offseason outlook

Baseball

Minor leaguer's bizarre strikeout.

Josh Fuentes of the Hartford Yard Goats finds out the hard way what happens when you casually swing at a drastically short pitch.

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Copa Del Rey

Spanish Copa del Ray

Messi leads Barca to glory in Copa Del Rey final.

Lionel Messi produces yet again, with a goal and assist against Alavés, handing Barcelona its sole silverware of the season.

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Soccer

Arsenal

Soccer

Arsenal lifts 13th FA Cup trophy.

Aaron Ramsey's late score proves to be the decisive goal vs. Chelsea as the Gunners find a way to salvage their season.

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Steelers

NFL

Steelers

NFL

He can lift an insane amount of weight.

James Harrison, 39, has become notorious for posting videos of his intense weightlifting regimen on Instagram.

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Sherman still not over it

Top 25 players in college hoops

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  • Grayson Allen stands at No. 1 ... will he stay there this time?

    It didn't work out quite so well last year, but that's not stopping us from once again putting Grayson Allen atop the list. Will any of the names below him -- some familiar faces, some new ones you'll learn in a hurry -- pass him by?

Why Colón keeps coming back

  • Pouya Dianat/Atlanta Braves
  • In his 20th year in MLB, Bartolo Colón still loves this game

    On his 44th birthday, Bartolo Colón says no one is more surprised than he is that he's still pitching. But he's driven by a love for the game, an appreciation for his experiences -- and maybe a chance at another home run.