1. How to Throw a No-Hitter and Lose by 4 Runs

    Twenty-five years ago, Yankees pitcher Andy Hawkins threw a no-hitter that defined his team for a brief period. It'll help define baseball for long after that...

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  2. A History of Josh Donaldson in Foul Territory

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  3. The FIRST AFRICAN TEAM to START the TOUR DE FRANCE

    To say that the Tour De France has been dominated by Europeans is to understate how mono-geographic the race's 102-year history is .....

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  4. The Corporate Consultant Working for Free to Kill the Boston Olympics

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  5. Virtual Reality System Is Beginning to Catch on in Sports

    A former Stanford kicker has finally developed something Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett has envisioned for the last 25 years — a virtual reality system that simulates practice looks and opposing team defenses...

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  6. More Effective Than Ever, Modern Bullpens Are Changing Baseball

    Wide shot of a deserted ballpark at dusk. Partially lit. Wind blowing. Paper and food wrappers tumble across the empty field...

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  7. HOW SEXIST COVERAGE of the U.S. WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM IS DYING

    Days before the United States women's national team traveled to Canada for the 2015 Women's World Cup, head coach Jill Ellis was so taken aback by the amount of press at the team's media day in New York City that she later called it a "circus...

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  8. How Does an F1 Steering Wheel Work

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  9. Giants Claim Another Title — This Time for Wi-Fi Connectivity

    The Giants have won three championships in the last five years. The team now claims a different sort of title -- the most connected stadium in baseball...

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  10. Team Names Show MLS Is Still Drawing Inspiration from the Wrong Places

    For a league that's yet to put a team in Sin City, there's something very Vegas-like about Major League Soccer team names...

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  11. The Yao Ming of Hockey? NHL Hopes so

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  12. Harper's Always Been Known as a Touted Prospect and Talented Player

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  13. Why We're Stuck with College Football Kicking off Its Season in NFL Stadiums

    Those non-campus season-openers in Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and elsewhere? They're going to continue to grow, thanks in part to fear of missing the Playoff...

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  14. Baseball Pitchers Want a Better Grip, Not a Competitive Advantage

    It's a rule casually broken hundreds of times a day by players on every team in baseball. Umpires will not enforce it unless asked to, and even then they would rather leave well enough alone...

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  15. 'Moonlight' Graham Played in His Only MLB Game 110 Years Ago Today

    When the real-life Archibald “Moonlight” Graham made his major league debut 110 years ago today for the New York Giants against the Brooklyn Superbas, he had no idea it would be his only chance to get into a big league game...

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  16. Big Questions with Adam Silver

    Just hours before the NBA Draft, Players' Tribune Contributing Editor and Portland Trailblazers guard C.J. McCollum sat down with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver .....

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  17. RailRiders' Judge Rips First Triple-a Homer: Video

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  18. Aaron Judge Stands Next to Smaller People

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  19. Sports World Reacts to Supreme Court Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

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  20. 2015 NBA Draft - In Street Clothes

    InStreetClothes.com will be providing pick-by-pick injury info on each player selected in the 2015 draft LIVE as the draft occurs .....

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  21. Larry Nance Jr. Adds to His Collection of Monster Dunks

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  22. Jerian Grant Flies Through the Sky and Dunks Like a Goddamn Eagle

    This is senior Notre Dame guard Jerian Grant doing one of the meanest things you're going to see in this world .....

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  23. Wizards Draft Pick Kelly Oubre Jr. Has Insane Shoes and Limitless Confidence

    Anyone watching Thursday's NBA draft will have noticed two things about Kelly Oubre Jr., the Kansas product whom the Atlanta Hawks selected at No. 15 for the Wizards ...

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  24. D'Angelo Russell Is 'HE DIDN'T EVEN STRETCH DOE' Kid

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  25. Dikembe Mutombo on Twitter

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