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  1. Baltimore Orioles' John Means pitches no-hitter vs. Seattle Mariners, misses perfect game with wild pitch on strikeout

    Baltimore Orioles' John Means pitches no-hitter vs. Seattle Mariners, misses perfect game with wild pitch on strikeout

    The Orioles' John Means pitched a no-hitter against the Mariners on Wednesday, facing the minimum 27 batters, but because a runner reached first on a wild pitch after striking out it's not a perfect game.

  2. New York Rangers, Washington Capitals square off with six fights in first period as Tom Wilson controversy carries over

    New York Rangers, Washington Capitals square off with six fights in first period as Tom Wilson controversy carries over

    The New York Rangers and Washington Capitals racked up 72 penalty minutes in the first 4:14 of their game Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden, their first meeting since Tom Wilson injured Artemi Panarin.

  3. Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa admits he didn't know extra-inning rule

    Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa admits he didn't know extra-inning rule

    Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa says he didn't fully know the extra inning rule, which would have allowed him to avoid using closer Liam Hendriks as a baserunner against the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday.

  4. Brooklyn Nets, Kyrie Irving get $35K fines for violating NBA's media access rules

    Brooklyn Nets, Kyrie Irving get $35K fines for violating NBA's media access rules

    The Brooklyn Nets and Kyrie Irving each have been fined $35,000 as a result of Irving's "repeated refusal" to take part in postgame interviews with the media.

  5. New York Rangers fire GM Jeff Gorton, president John Davidson, source says

    New York Rangers fire GM Jeff Gorton, president John Davidson, source says

    In a shocking move, the New York Rangers fired general manager Jeff Gorton and president John Davidson on Wednesday, a source confirmed to ESPN.

  6. Super League rebels could face two-year Champions League ban - sources

    Super League rebels could face two-year Champions League ban - sources

    UEFA will pursue severe disciplinary action against clubs who signed up to the Super League and have yet to distance themselves from the project.

  7. Texas A&M Aggies football coach Jimbo Fisher says 'don't worry,' team will beat Alabama Crimson Tide and coach Nick Saban

    Texas A&M Aggies football coach Jimbo Fisher says 'don't worry,' team will beat Alabama Crimson Tide and coach Nick Saban

    Jimbo Fisher said on Wednesday he feels confident his team can win against an Alabama-coached Nick Saban team. "Don't worry," he said.

  8. Portland Thorns teen Moultrie files suit against NWSL over age restrictions

    Portland Thorns teen Moultrie files suit against NWSL over age restrictions

    Olivia Moultrie is suing the National Women's Soccer League on anti-trust grounds over its refusal to allow her to play due to her age.

  9. Aaron Rodgers trade offers: Seven NFL teams and proposals, ranked from least appealing to most attractive

    Aaron Rodgers trade offers: Seven NFL teams and proposals, ranked from least appealing to most attractive

    The future Hall of Fame quarterback wants out of Green Bay. Here's how the Packers could get back valuable assets.