A Yasiel Puig HR and six scoreless innings by Clayton Kershaw have L.A. in position to win its sixth straight. Why Kemp wasn't dealt Pat hand »
With front-line starters joining contenders in deadline deals, Clayton Kershaw showed why the Dodgers were content to stand pat Thursday. Mark Saxon »Kershaw goes distance; L.A. wins 2-1 » ESPN LA »
By making blockbuster deals for Jon Lester and then David Price, GMs Billy Beane and Dave Dombrowski are thinking ahead to October. Jayson Stark » Deadline winners/losers »Fenway fire sale »Deals
Ace deals highlighted a hectic deadline sprint. Who made out well, and who left us scratching our heads? SweetSpot »Price to Tigers »Keri on Lester-Cespedes »Win-win Law: Lackey return lacking
Mostly quiet at the deadline, the Orioles and Angels look to boost their playoff hopes on the field. O's get LHP Miller from Red Sox »Reds-Marlins
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Clayton Kershaw pitched a complete game, striking out nine in the Dodgers' 2-1 win over the Braves.
Tiger Woods (-2) is 4 strokes back at the Bridgestone Invitational after the first round.
The Mercury's 16-game win streak came to an end with a 75-67 loss to the Lynx.
Mark Schwarz and Bob Harig break down the impact Dustin Johnson taking a leave of absence will have on the Ryder Cup team and his future.
Ravens RB Ray Rice addresses the media for the first time since the announcement of his two-game suspension for allegedly assaulting his then-fiancee.
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