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Legendary outfielder Willie Mays dies at age 93
Willie Mays, known as the "Say Hey Kid," made 24 All-Star teams, won two NL MVP awards and had 12 Gold Gloves over the course of his legendary 22-year career.[read more]

Bill approved to lure Chiefs, Royals to Kansas
Kansas legislators approved a plan on Tuesday aimed at luring the Kansas City Chiefs away from Missouri by helping finance a new stadium for the Super Bowl champions, and another for Major League Baseball's Kansas City Royals.[read more]

Angels' Trout: Recovery taking longer than hoped
Angels star Mike Trout, who hasn't played since April 29, said recovery from his knee injury is going "slower than I thought" while trying to get his strength back.[read more]

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Chiefs lineman Buggs again arrested in Alabama
Chiefs lineman Isaiah Buggs, who was charged with misdemeanor animal cruelty last month, was arrested Sunday on domestic violence and burglary charges.[read more]

'Sunday Ticket' judge voices frustrations with case
The federal judge presiding over the class-action lawsuit filed by "Sunday Ticket" subscribers against the NFL voiced frustrations Tuesday with the way the plaintiffs' attorneys have handled their side of the case.[read more]

Aiyuk tells Daniels: 49ers 'don't want me back'
Brandon Aiyuk added more intrigue to his contract stalemate with the 49ers with a post to TikTok on Monday.[read more]

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Despite disappointing Finals loss, Mavs' future remains bright
The West will once again a gauntlet next season. But the Mavericks aren't going anywhere.[read more]

Irving eager to see Mavericks 'build our future'
After the Game 5 loss that ended Dallas' season Monday night, Mavericks guard Kyrie Irving quickly turned the page to next season, saying "we answered a lot of questions this year on what we were capable of doing and now it's just about being consistent."[read more]

Horford a champ at last: 'Nobody deserved it more'
After playing in more playoff games than any other player in league history before winning his first NBA championship, Al Horford flashbacked eight years ago to his first free agency meeting with the Celtics.[read more]

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Legendary outfielder Willie Mays dies at age 93
Willie Mays, known as the "Say Hey Kid," made 24 All-Star teams, won two NL MVP awards and had 12 Gold Gloves over the course of his legendary 22-year career.[read more]

O's Westburg (hip) exits after collision with Soto
Orioles third baseman Jordan Westburg left Tuesday's game with left hip discomfort after colliding with the Yankees' Juan Soto while fielding a ground ball.[read more]

MLB to fully use ball-strike challenges in Triple-A
Major League Baseball sent a memo to farm directors Tuesday indicating that beginning on June 25, all Triple-A games will use the automated ball-strike (ABS) challenge system.[read more]

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'Tkachuk, go get it done': Tatum supports high school classmate
Before they ascended to NBA and NHL stardom, Tatum and Tkachuk attended Chaminade College Preparatory School together in St. Louis, Missouri.[read more]

Hronek, 26, secures eight-year deal from Canucks
The Vancouver Canucks agreed to terms with veteran defenseman Filip Hronek on an eight-year contract, general manager Patrik Allvin announced Tuesday, a deal that will carry an average annual value of $7.25 million for the 26-year-old standout blueliner.[read more]

Blues sign defenseman Perunovich to $1.15M deal
The signed defenseman Scott Perunovich, a pending restricted free agent with arbitration rights, to a $1.15 million contract for next season.[read more]

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