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Washington Nationals in first place despite struggles of their star outfielder
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Wed, 2 July 2014
It had been almost 25 years since a pitcher had thrown a shutout without walking anyone or striking out anyone. Then Rick Porcello did it and showed what the game could look like.
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Wed, 2 July 2014
Belgium's Romelu Lukaku showed how a superior player can change a match.
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Tue, 1 July 2014
Why have so many teams and so many teammates loved Raul Ibanez?
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Mon, 30 June 2014

The fact there are no Americans remaining at Wimbledon is the latest example of how far American tennis has fallen off.

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Mon, 30 June 2014

Thoughts on Arjen Robben's non-dive and how golf is still a game of honor.

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Fri, 27 June 2014
Nelson Cruz could be elected to the All-Star Game. Melky Cabrera and Ryan Braun, too. Shouldn't the public be more upset about this?
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Sat, 21 June 2014
He said the U.S. wouldn't win the World Cup, which is all part of his plan.
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Wed, 18 June 2014
For a minute, it's 1985, and the Royals are in first place. Savor this moment.
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Tue, 17 June 2014
Tim Duncan was the greatest gift a coach could get, and maybe that's how we should think of him.
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Mon, 16 June 2014
In a sport defined by numbers, Tony Gwynn was more than just a baseball player. He was an artist.
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Tue, 10 June 2014

Rafael Nadal has advantages from technology and time, but he is playing tennis at a level unmatched in history.

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Fri, 6 June 2014

As unlikely as California Chrome's story is, his trainer is similarly surprising. But Art Sherman finally hit it big.

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Tue, 3 June 2014
Three years ago, the Kansas City Royals took high school phenom Bubba Starling with their first-round pick. It looks like a mistake ... and one the Oakland A's never would have made.
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Mon, 2 June 2014

So few people got the biggest lesson of Moneyball: Nobody's that smart. It's how the A's continue to thrive all these years later.

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Tue, 27 May 2014
Many group of fans will try and tell you that they have it worse than any other group of fans in sports. But only one team can be the toughest in sports to love: That's the Kansas City Royals.

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