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Hugh Freeze resigns while Derrick Rose talks to Cavs and Lakers (0:45)
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Elias Says: July 21, 2017

Pirates ARRR on a historic winning streakThe Pirates defeated the Brewers 4-2 to complete a four-game sweep of their first-place division rivals, and improved to 48-48, extending their winning streak to five games.

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Gardner, Judge lift Yankees (1:10)

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The Yankees won the first game of their series with the Mariners as Aaron Judge continues to get back on track.

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Gardner crushes homer to right (0:28)
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Frazier records first hit as Yankee (0:33)
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Judge singles with bases loaded (0:32)

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Luis Severino told me right after the All-Star Break that he hadn't realized how much he welcomed the rest; pitching like a true ace his last two outings. He's allowed only 1ER over 14 innings vs Red Sox and Mariners, where he had to face off against none other than Chris Sale and Félix Hernández.

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Rose's struggles from downtown

Derrick Rose shot a career-worst .217 percent (13-60) from 3-point range in his first season with the Knicks.

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McCown reads for Rocky IV (0:51)
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Nets offically sign Allen

The Brooklyn Nets announced Thursday that they have signed No. 22 pick Jarrett Allen to a multi-year contract. Allen didn't play in the Las Vegas Summer League due to a hip injury.

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McCown inspires NFL Live look-a-like game (2:32)
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Flores' solo shot ties it in the eighth (0:25)
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Mets win on walk-off single (0:31)

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

The Mets have several veteran hitters (Jay Bruce, Curtis Granderson, Asdrubal Cabrera and Lucas Duda) attracting varying degrees of interest as the trade deadline approaches. But closer Addison Reed is generating the widest range of inquiries and is the Mets player most likely to be moved by July 31, sources say. Reed is having a strong year and is eligible for free agency in November.

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