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FIFA has chosen to dissolve its anti-racism task force. According to the Associated Press, the organization believes that the committee has “completely fulfilled its temporary mission.”
The Dodgers came back from a 3-2 deficit in the bottom of the ninth as Corey Seager’s solo homer forced extras and Charlie Culberson homered in the tenth for a walk-off win—one that claimed the division for L.A. and gave Vin Scully the chance to call one final walk-off in his last time behind the microphone at Dodger…
Dustin Pedroia scored an incredibly wacky run today, jumping around Rays catcher Luke Maile and eventually putting his nuts in Maile’s face to give the Red Sox their 11th straight win.
Defeat hurts, but this looks pretty bad too: while celebrating a win in an FIM Motocross of Nations race on Sunday, the bike of a lapped rider came flying toward Jason Anderson and smacked him in the head. Video of the incident looks brutal, but Anderson’s race team later reported that he is OK.
LSU has fired head football coach Les Miles four games into the season, according to The Advocate. The school also canned offensive coordinator Cam Cameron.
The third inning of the Nationals-Pirates game featured—in order, each resulting from the one before—a fake tag, a Bryce Harper injury and a bench-clearing brawl.
The music bed is what makes this, really.
There really isn’t anything else to write. Enjoy the perfect timing in this slice of today’s Steelers-Eagles tailgate.
Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson had a fantastic one-handed catch as he picked off Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor today. The play looked even better from the sidelines:
Pedro Martínez spoke today on TBS about the death of José Fernández, and how he imagines it feels for Fernández’s family.
In NASCAR, and in the rest of motorsport, there’s a huge gap between the top teams and underdogs. But while underfunded teams don’t get much attention for running at the back—and retiring after a few laps just for purse money, in some cases—far more work goes into their operations than the results tell.
Mylan Hicks, a former defensive back for Michigan State, was shot and killed outside a Calgary nightclub early Sunday morning.
Bobby Ryan fought teammate Patrick Sieloff at today’s Ottawa Senators scrimmage after Sieloff laid a hit on winger Clarke MacArthur.
Maybe it’s the camera angle, but this clip of San Francisco Giants third baseman Eduardo Núñez snagging Carlos Asuaje’s popup in foul territory is very entertaining.
Man. Personal seat licenses are quite the racket.
If you’re waking up today to the news that José Fernández is dead, and perhaps don’t quite understand how influential the Marlins pitcher and Cuban refugee was to people in Miami and to baseball fans around the world, you need to watch ESPN analyst Eduardo Pérez’s appearance on the network this morning, as he’ll make…