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Christian Pulisic assists on Chelsea's winner against Ajax
Frank Lampard's subs were the heroes vs. Ajax as Christian Pulisic and Michy Batshuayi combined for a decisive late goal for Chelsea in Amsterdam.[read more]

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Naby Keita give Liverpool strength, options aplenty in midfield
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Safety Diggs: 'Blindsided' by trade to Seahawks
Quandre Diggs said he was every bit as stunned as his former Lions teammates to find out he'd been dealt to the Seahawks along with a 2021 seventh-round pick in exchange for a 2020 fifth-rounder.[read more]

Hinch: Springer made 'honest mistake' on double
Although George Springer defended how he ran out an eighth-inning double in Game 1 of the World Series, Astros manager AJ Hinch said Wednesday that the two discussed the play, and he thinks Springer made an "honest mistake" in not reaching third.[read more]

MLB looking into longtime umpire Drake's tweet
Major League Baseball is aware of longtime umpire Rob Drake's politicized tweet and is looking into it.[read more]

Brees says he plans on returning vs. Cardinals
As of Wednesday, Saints quarterback Drew Brees says he plans to return to action on Sunday against the Cardinals. He's been sidelined since undergoing thumb surgery last month.[read more]

El Trafico becoming MLS' best rivalry
Seattle-Portland has long been MLS' biggest rivalry, but LAFC-Galaxy on Thursday could change that.[read more]

LAFC have smashed MLS records but one big goal remains: beat rival LA Galaxy
LAFC joined MLS with unprecedented ambition, but they've achieved what they set out to do. Next on their list: beating Zlatan and the LA Galaxy.[read more]

Tiger to Koepka: 'No hurry' on Prez Cup decision
Tiger Woods said he told Brooks Koepka to "take his time" on deciding whether he's fit enough to play in the Presidents Cup.[read more]

WR Gordon lands on IR as run with Patriots over
The Patriots on Wednesday placed receiver Josh Gordon on injured reserve.[read more]