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Top jockeys and their agents often face difficult decisions when two horses the jockey has been riding end up pointing to the same race, which takes on added significance when it's a race with the profile of the Kentucky Derby.

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As her sports fandom practices suggest, Kamala Harris knows a thing or two about uniting even the presumptive worst of foes. That ability just might serve Joe Biden's Democratic vice presidential choice well on the campaign trail over the next three months.

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. – You might not have heard much from Javon Kinlaw since the 49ers' returned to their facility earlier this month and began preparing for the upcoming season. But that doesn't mean the recent No. 14 pick in the draft is going unnoticed behind closed doors in Santa Clara.

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MINNEAPOLIS – Summers are so short in Minnesota that courage is required to anticipate their end. But as August begins, and daylight's arc narrows its reach, the inevitability of fall with its cool evenings and even cooler mornings is on everyone's calendar, like it or not.

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Just when it seemed like the Big 12 was ready to push all its chips to the center of college football's metaphorical poker table and bet everything on the hope of pulling off a full-fledged season of 12 games during a pandemic this fall, the conference must now re-evaluate its strategy.

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MIAMI – The Miami Marlins and Major League Baseball continue to investigate what caused an outbreak of COVID-19 that resulted in 18 members of the Marlins' traveling party in Philadelphia, including 16 players, testing positive and the team's season being shut down at least through Sunday.

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MIAMI – The Miami Marlins' season has been temporarily paused until at least Monday as they remain quarantined in Philadelphia following the latest round of COVID-19 testing.

Saturday, the Braves got their first real taste of the sea change that baseball is undergoing this year. It worked in their favor, so they liked it. When the universe corrects and fortune tilts the other way, we’ll see.