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Scherzer fans 10 wins 5th straight start Nats beat Marlins

Max Scherzer struck out 10 in eight innings and won his fifth straight start, leading the Washington Nationals over the Miami Marlins 6-1 on Tuesday night. Scherzer (7-5) is 5-0 with a 0.92 ERA over his last seven starts and has fanned exactly 10 in three straight games. Trea Turner hit a three-run

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Machado feels a weird nervous in his return to Baltimore

Returning to Camden Yards far richer than when he left and sporting the dark blue colors of the San Diego Padres, Manny Machado looked back fondly about his time with the Orioles and acknowledged that he was nervous about facing his former team. Machado had played in 1,025 baseball games before Tuesday

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Brett Hundley willing to help Kyler Murray but competing to start

Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim named Kyler Murray the team's starting quarterback soon after the team used the No. 1 overall pick on the quarterback. Coach Kliff Kingsbury hasn't done the same, apparently wanting Murray to earn the job. Murray is expected to earn the job, though Brett Hundley

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UConn football heads toward independence 11 enough for AAC

UConn football is on the road to independence and the American Athletic Conference is not feeling any pressure to replace the Huskies when they leave for the Big East. The University of Connecticut is set to announce later this week that it will be leaving the AAC and rejoining the Big East, which does

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Dak Prescott loves Amari Cooper’s confidence in setting 2 000-yard goal

Michael Irvin set the Cowboys' single-season receiving yards record with 1,603 in 1995. Amari Cooper's goal is 400 yards higher than that, he told PFTPM on Monday. Cooper has never had more than 1,153 yards in a single season, but his 725 yards in nine games in Dallas last season after the trade

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