The Red Sox, 14-1 losers to Melky Cabrera and the Blue Jays on Monday night, played like a team with little to play for. Recap » Cabrera's smashing HR Why the Sox should trade Lester »AL East deals?
Holding the NFL crown and a valuable QB, the Seahawks are sitting on top of the football world. How can they extend their time there? Mike Sando When will Lynch arrive? Pay him? »Camps Live
Two teams with postseason plans start a series in S.F. as the Pirates look to stay hot against the slumping Giants. Power Rankings: Giants fall to No. 8 »
Day 1 of Team USA's training camp featured the return of Derrick Rose, who was back on the court Monday -- his first action since Nov. 22. Nick Friedell » Vintage Rose Report: Ginobili asked to sit out Cup »
As first pitches go, Rina Takeda's was a smash. The actress/martial artist used her head to break several bricks before using her right arm in a traditional way prior to a Japanese League game. Watch
The Baseball Tonight crew breaks down the top teams in the AL East and who could win the division.
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Melky Cabrera hit two home runs in the Blue Jays' 14-1 win over the Red Sox.
ESPN legal analyst Roger Cossack reacts to the ruling affirming Shelly Sterling's authority to sell the Clippers and what Donald Sterling could do to try to delay the sale of the team.
Andrew Luck talks about what it'll take for the Colts to dominate the AFC.
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