If the Nationals win three of these four games, they could make up more ground in one weekend than they have in the past two months.
The 15-year-old tennis sensation must wait for a spot in the District tournament's qualifying draw, but she will host events during the tournament regardless.

A controversial owner leaves the championship future uncertain for a storied course that hasn't served as the British Open host since 2009.

Dwyan Morgan already has been banned from Arrowhead Stadium.

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Boston sits 9 ½ games behind the first-place Yankees and three games out of a wild card, and has shown few signs of being capable of a sustained push.

A Guinness record was the goal for Cynthia Arnold in the Missoula Marathon.

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Flacco started nine games for Baltimore in 2018, completing 232 of 379 passes for 2,465 yards, 12 touchdowns and six interceptions.

The Capitals captain will attend youth hockey clinics and business development meetings during his visit.

The “hard reset” didn't work.

Washington is in the preliminary stages of a shift that would promote Jarell Christian to a Wizards assistant coach and have Ryan Richman take over the head coaching duties with the G League's Capital City Go-Go.

Wake up nice and early to see the world’s best golfers take on Royal Portrush.

McIlroy, who shot a 61 at Royal Portrush as a teenager, made a quadruple-bogey eight on the first hole.

The Brooklyn-born lightweight, whose next fight is Friday at MGM National Harbor, hasn't lacked for power or flair in his ascension to world title contender.

After nearly winning the Heisman Trophy as a junior, Love returned to Stanford and tore his ACL. The decision may have cost him millions, but the running back, who wants to become a doctor, has no regrets.

Starter Erick Fedde delivers six strong innings, but Baltimore pounds Washington relievers for eight runs in 9-2 win at Camden Yards.

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Nationals at Braves
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7:20 p.m. ET
Projected Starters
S. Strasburg
11-4
J. Teheran
5-6
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D.C. United at Cincinnati
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