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David Price, Cole Hamels and Matt Kemp are big names who could be moved. Will any team pull the trigger? More | Dodgers out on aces | Report: Good chance Lester, Lackey traded | Poz: Be wary of big contracts
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Like a fellow superstar, Tiger Woods is looking to make his return to the Akron area a memorable one.
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Loyalty is a virtue in people. But in sports, teams like the Phillies end up paying for staying loyal to aging stars.
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Believe it or not, there was a time when Rory McIlroy didn't want to pursue professional golf.
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Dana Altman's team took another hit as Oregon's top recruit has reportedly been denied admission.
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Despite winning the German long jump title, Paralympian Markus Rehm was left off European Championships roster.
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Putting usual banter aside, Dabo Swinney had a few kind words to say about Steve Spurrier's career.
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The Cowboys inked star tackle Tyron Smith to an eight-year deal worth nearly $100 million.
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MLB: Saves and Steals(Jul 30) With the deadline on top of us, let's take a look at the closer situations around the league.
NFL: Training Camp Daily Dose
(Jul 30) Chet Gresham takes you through the latest training camp news.
GOL: Live Golf Chat
(Jul 30) Tiger Woods defends at this week's WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Rob Bolton and Mike Glasscott co-host our live chat at noon ET.
NFL: Draft Analysis
(Jul 30) Jonathan Bales provides in-depth analysis on how to use ADP and long-term trends to generate value.
MLB: Baseball Daily Dose
(Jul 30) In Wednesday's Daily Dose, Ryan Boyer dissects trade rumors involving Jon Lester, David Price, Cole Hamels and others.

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