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The 30-year-old cornerback could potentially face up to seven years in prison, according to Los Angeles County authorities.

Madson has thrown nine scoreless innings since the Nationals acquired him.

The Red Sox and all three of Tampa's major sports teams take steps toward action.

Lerner has been away from the team dealing with health issues that were unknown until Thursday night, when he informed The Post's Barry Svrluga of his cancer diagnosis.

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The team’s vice chairman had malignant growth removed from left leg in April. Doctors opted to amputate the limb above the knee earlier this month when the wound failed to heal properly.

The Wizards add to their point guard depth.

Durant told ESPN he doesn't respect President Trump.

Coach Mike Mularkey thinks the bonding time will be “a cool experience” for the team.

The reigning Olympic long jump champion opened up about her recent struggles with mental health.

Former St. Albans and U-Va. pitcher Danny Hultzen is seeking to return to the mound next year after two shoulder surgeries.

The Nationals' catcher is batting .338 with a 1.001 OPS in the No. 8 spot in the batting order, which comes with a unique set of challenges.

The cleats even had the wideout's last name spelled wrong — intentionally, of course.

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