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MLB postseason 2018: Three takeaways from Dodgers' NLCS Game 5 win over Brewers

Clayton Kershaw was great again as the Dodgers moved to within one win of their second straight National League pennant.

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MLB postseason 2018: Red Sox ace Chris Sale won't start Game 5 of ALCS

Chris Sale was hospitalized with a stomach illness over the weekend and is reportedly still recovering.

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MLB postseason 2018: Brewers remove Wade Miley after one batter, will reportedly start Game 6

Wade Miley walked Cody Bellinger to lead off the game and then manager Craig Counsell took him out.

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WCC predictions: Biggest games, sleeper team, POY hopefuls for 2018-19 season

Gonzaga is the heavy favorite to win the West Coast Conference in 2018-19. But can the Zags challenge for a national title as well?

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J.J. Watt securing future with Texans in high-stakes comeback season

J.J. Watt's future in Houston was questionable just a couple months ago. Former NFL exec Jeff Diamond explains how Watt has flipped the script so quickly with his play in 2018.

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MLB postseason 2018: Is this Clayton Kershaw’s last start as a Dodger?

"I have not made a decision," Kershaw said. "And to my understanding, you get ten days (to decide) after the World Series."

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NFL had 'intervention' with seven teams over 2017 concussions

The league reported 91 total concussions during the 2017 preseason, though that number dropped to 79 during the 2018 preseason.

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Gio Gonzalez injury update: Brewers P (ankle) done for MLB 2018 postseason, reports say

Gonzalez will be removed from the Brewers' postseason roster, meaning he wouldn't be eligible for the World Series if they advance.

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MLB postseason 2018: Three takeaways from Dodgers' NLCS Game 4 win over Brewers

Cody Bellinger was 1 for 21 in the postseason coming into Game 4, but he saved the day in more ways than one Tuesday.

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