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Martinez confident Red Sox did nothing wrong
At the Red Sox Winter Weekend fan festival in Springfield, Mass., Boston slugger J.D. Martinez reiterated his confidence that his club will be cleared in MLB's investigation into sign stealing from the video room.[read more]
Lawyer: OBJ warrant related to cop slap recalled
Odell Beckham Jr. no longer has a warrant issued against him, according to his lawyer. The officer whose backside was slapped by the Browns receiver has elected not to pursue charges, Beckham's lawyer said.[read more]
Haaland's debut hat trick sparks BVB comeback
Erling Haaland continued his incredible campaign with a hat trick on his Borussia Dortmund debut, which sparked a comeback from 3-1 down to win 5-3.[read more]
Survey: Fans want Astros players punished too
More than half of MLB fans believe Astros players should have been penalized along with team management in the aftermath of the sign-stealing scandal, according to an online survey conducted on behalf of ESPN.[read more]
UFC 246 viewers guide: McGregor returns with big plans; can Cerrone cancel them all?
What can we expect as Conor McGregor returns from an extended absence to take on Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone?[read more]
When Andy Reid coached his first conference title game, where was his competition?
Reid is coaching his sixth conference championship game, while the other three coaches are in their first.[read more]
Chiefs, Patrick Mahomes learned a few lessons in last year's AFC title game
Since falling short of the Super Bowl last season with an OT loss to the Patriots, Mahomes has figured out "how to win when things aren't perfect."[read more]
Matt LaFleur vs. Robert Saleh: Best man stands in way of Super Bowl berth
LaFleur was best man in his wedding. Saleh helped him get his start in the NFL. Now LaFleur, the Packers' offensive playcaller, will have to beat Saleh, the 49ers' defensive coordinator, to get to the Super Bowl.[read more]
Cavs' Thompson T'd up for Crowder 'butt slap'
Cavaliers forward Tristan Thompson received a technical foul Friday night after he gave Memphis' Jae Crowder a "slap to the backside," as crew chief Kenny Mauer said after the game. Thompson and Crowder were hit with double technicals earlier in the game.[read more]
The Heat and Thunder are benefiting from CP3 staying put
Dots were connected this summer that suggested Chris Paul could be a fit in Miami. But the Heat are just fine without that trade, and so are the Thunder.[read more]