A night after a stunning defeat at Wrigley Field on a walk-off grand slam, the Nationals rally to tie it in the ninth but fall on Paul DeJong’s solo home run to lead off the bottom half.
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Washington followed up Sunday’s devastating loss with even more heartbreak Monday. They’re quickly running out of time.
Medical specialists in treating heatstroke, after reviewing hospital and responders’ reports following Jordan McNair’s death, said the player likely could have survived if the school’s staff had lowered his body temperature more quickly.
Players and coaches say they aren't certain how to avoid penalties related to the new helmet-hitting rule.

Washington hadn't been walked off in consecutive games since 2005.

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"I'm not a bitter guy,” Johnson said of his nearly four-year absence from football.

Washington is parting ways with the former Dallas Cowboy. Coach Jay Gruden says the move is a result of the confidence the team has in its young defensive backs.

The wide receiver plans to visit and Jarvis Landry is certainly on board.

“He wants to evolve into Anthony Davis, into Kevin Durant,” Howard’s trainer says, “but his own version of that.”

Sammy Solis is struggling, and the his struggles are at the center of it all.

With the signatures of all 11 living members of the Baseball Hall of Fame who attended its opening in 1939, the “sheer greatness of this ball is simply unrivaled,” an auction-house official said.

Taking a spin around the sports dial.

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Martin contracted a “severe” bacterial infection that compromised some of his organ functions, but Cleveland's general manager is “optimistic” that the outfielder will "have a full recovery,”

The Bills running back was accused by Delicia Cordon of intentionally leaving her “and her minor children defenseless in their own home."

"Apparently he didn't want to say anything, he wanted to pitch through it," Martinez said of his late-inning reliever.

Whalen has won four WNBA titles and is a five-time WNBA all-star and two-time Olympic and world championship gold medalist.

He still has the desire to coach in the NBA, but he said no opportunities have popped up.

The team may want to go after Kawhi next summer in free agency.

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