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The ball flies past Chicago Cubs third baseman Jeimer Candelario, left, as Washington Nationals’ Michael Taylor, right, steals third during the fourth inning of a baseball game, Tuesday, June 27, 2017, in Washington. Taylor went on to score on the play. Chicago Cubs catcher Miguel Montero was charged with a throwing error on the play.(AP Photo/Nick Wass)
Chicago Cubs can't stop Nationals
The Washington Nationals stole the Chicago Cubs blind Tuesday night. Nats baserunners stole seven bases in the first four inning against Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta and catcher Miguel Montero. The Nationals beat the Cubs 6-1, and Montero seemed to blame Arrieta for the running game.
Zach LaVine, a two-time NBA slam dunk champions, called playing for a franchise that was once led by Michael Jordan a “humbling and satisfying” opportunity.
Bulls introduce new players, brace for a tough rebuild
The Chicago Bulls have until Friday to pick up the option for guard Rajon Rondo. According to Rondo’s agent, he’s open to returning to mentoring the team’s young players.
Agent: Rajon Rondo open to role as player and mentor with Bulls
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Explore Olympia Fields to fully enjoy KPMG Women's PGA
Associated Press/2016 file The KMPGA Women’s PGA Championship features all of the top 100 players on the LPGA money list among its 156-player field at Olympia Fields, including Stacy Lewis.
LPGA stars find history of Olympia Fields enticing for Women's PGA
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