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Houston and Los Angeles are tied in the World Series after a wild, back-and-forth Game 2.
Fresh faces dot the rosters of the Astros and Dodgers.
Justin Verlander pitches seven shutout innings to keep Houston’s season alive.
Enrique Hernandez homers 3 times and drives in 7 runs to lead Los Angeles to the NL pennant.
Archbishop Murphy High School grad Taniela Tupo is waived by the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons.
Wade Davis hangs on for a tense 6-out save as Chicago avoids a sweep and forces Game 5.
Masahiro Tanaka pitches 7 strong innings as New York moves to within one win of the World Series.
Los Angeles is one win away from sweeping the defending World Series champions.
Aaron Judge sparked a Yankees’ rally in the eight inning with a homer.
Judge, Frazier homer as New York thumps Astros
Chicago enters Game 3 down 2-0 to Dodgers
Seattle gets two second-half goals from Will Bruin as it earns the right to defend its MLS Cup
Justin Turner hits a three-run homer with two out in the bottom of the ninth to give L.A. a 4-1 win
Starter Dallas Keuchel strikes out 10 in seven scoreless innings to give Houston a 1-0 series lead.
Chicago will face the L.A. Dodgers for the National League crown.
The NFL commissioner’s anthem protest memo to teams had it backwards.
The issue has been hanging over Elliott since 2016, when a former girlfriend accused him of domestic violence.
Didi Gregorius homers twice as New York wins three straight games to oust Cleveland.
Washington’s Stephen Strasburg shakes off an illness and pitches seven dominant innings in the win.
A stunning 2-1 loss at Trinidad & Tobago keeps U.S. out for first time since 1986.