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  1. Atlanta Braves back in World Series for first time since 1999 after upsetting Dodgers in NLCS

    Atlanta Braves back in World Series for first time since 1999 after upsetting Dodgers in NLCS

    Eddie Rosario's three-run homer in the fourth inning proved to be the difference as the Braves beat the Dodgers 4-2 in Game 6 of the NLCS.

  2. Shakur Stevenson dominates Jamel Herring, captures WBO title via 10th-round TKO

    Shakur Stevenson dominates Jamel Herring, captures WBO title via 10th-round TKO

    Shakur Stevenson silenced critics with a dominant win over Jamel Herring via 10th-round TKO to capture the WBO title.

  3. Golden State Warriors rib Klay Thompson over snub from NBA's 75th anniversary team

    Golden State Warriors rib Klay Thompson over snub from NBA's 75th anniversary team

    The Golden State Warriors enjoyed a few laughs at Klay Thompson's expense, hanging a No. 77 jersey in his locker in honor of him being left of the NBA's 75th anniversary team.

  4. Washington Football Team RB Antonio Gibson played through hairline fracture in shin earlier this season, sources say

    Washington Football Team RB Antonio Gibson played through hairline fracture in shin earlier this season, sources say

    Washington Football Team running back Antonio Gibson spent the early part of this season playing with a hairline fracture in his shin, league sources told ESPN.

  5. Jin Young Ko wins BMW Ladies Championship in South Korea, set to overtake Nelly Korda as world No. 1

    Jin Young Ko wins BMW Ladies Championship in South Korea, set to overtake Nelly Korda as world No. 1

    Jin Young Ko birdied her first playoff hole with fellow South Korean player Hee Jeong Lim to win the BMW Ladies Championship on Sunday.

  6. Nick Saban's Alabama Crimson Tide overcome slow start in win, but 'things need to get corrected'

    Nick Saban's Alabama Crimson Tide overcome slow start in win, but 'things need to get corrected'

    No. 4 Alabama pulled away in the second half to defeat Tennessee, 52-24, at home Saturday, but Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban told reporters that "things need to get corrected" before the defending national champions' next game on Nov. 6.

  7. After Clemson Tigers' third loss, 'everything's under evaluation,' including D.J. Uiagalelei's status

    After Clemson Tigers' third loss, 'everything's under evaluation,' including D.J. Uiagalelei's status

    After yet another woeful offensive performance in which starting quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei was benched and Clemson fell 27-17 to Pitt on Saturday, Tigers coach Dabo Swinney said every job on the unit would be up for grabs in practice this week.

  8. Veteran WR Chris Hogan opts to retire from NFL, ending 10-year career

    Veteran WR Chris Hogan opts to retire from NFL, ending 10-year career

    After a brief return to the NFL this season with the New Orleans Saints, receiver Chris Hogan decided to retire.

  9. Matthew Berry's all Love, no Hate for fantasy football's Week 7 Bye-mageddon

    Matthew Berry's all Love, no Hate for fantasy football's Week 7 Bye-mageddon

    Bye weeks and injuries have conspired to make Week 7 particularly challenging for fantasy football, so Matthew Berry is offering up an all-loves, no-hates version of his column and some advice on how to survive, and even thrive, during Bye-mageddon.