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L.A.'s Justin Turner tests positive, pulled from Game 6
Dodgers 3B Justin Turner tested positive for COVID-19 and was pulled from L.A.'s World Series-clinching win against the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday night in Arlington, Texas.[read more]

FA Eric Reid: Declined Washington practice squad
Reid declined, saying the practice squad wasn't "reflective or indicative of my career."[read more]

Badgers halt, cancel game after COVID outbreak
In addition to canceling Saturday's game against Nebraska, the No. 9 Badgers have suspended all football activities for at least a week after an outbreak of COVID-19 cases within the team.[read more]

Sources: Jazz being sold in $1.66B agreement
An agreement has been reached for a majority interest in the Jazz to be sold to Qualtrics founder Ryan Smith, Gail Miller and the Miller family announced Wednesday. The sale price is more than $1.66 billion, sources told ESPN.[read more]

Snell 'disappointed, upset' by Cash's early hook
Blake Snell, who cruised through five shutout innings against the Dodgers, said he was "disappointed and upset" that he was pulled in the sixth inning of Tuesday night's Series-clinching loss.[read more]

Ex-Ohio St. QB Pryor gets probation in plea deal
Terrelle Pryor received 90 days' probation after pleading to a lesser charge in connection to a November incident in which the former Ohio State quarterback was stabbed and hospitalized.[read more]

Texans, on bye, shut facility after positive test
The Texans have closed their facility after a player tested positive for COVID-19, the team announced Wednesday. The Texans are on their bye week after playing the Packers on Sunday.[read more]

Stat change costs man $1M prize on MNF game
A stat change that took away a Bears sack during Monday's game against the Rams was costly for one daily fantasy player, who missed out on a $1 million top prize over the correction.[read more]

Source: Bengals trade DE Dunlap to Seahawks
Defensive end Carlos Dunlap has been traded to the Seahawks on Wednesday, a source told ESPN, after the disgruntled pass-rusher was told by the Bengals to stay home as the team sorted out his future.[read more]

What motivates billionaire sports owners to donate to political campaigns?
For people who run professional sports franchises, these contributions aren't always what they appear to be.[read more]