Nationals Park in Washington, where the Congressional Baseball Game is scheduled to take place Thursday, a day after Rep. Steve Scalise and four others were shot during practice Wednesday. Patrick McDermott/Getty Images hide caption

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Calvin Hennick (right) attends a Red Sox game with his son, Nile, and his father-in-law, Guy Mont-Louis, at Boston's Fenway Park. Hennick reported a white fan who he said made a racist remark about a Kenyan woman who sang the national anthem. Courtesy of Calvin Hennick hide caption

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For Baseball's Rick Ankiel, Losing His Pitching Ability Led To An Unusual Comeback

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No, Fidel Castro Wasn't Nearly A New York Yankee

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Fans celebrate outside Wrigley Field as buses carrying the Chicago Cubs baseball team arrive in Chicago early Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016, after the Cubs defeated the Cleveland Indians 8-7 in Game 7 of the World Series in Cleveland. Matt Marton/AP hide caption

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2016 World Series Brought Welcome Levity To Weary Cities

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Chicago Cubs superfan Virginia Wood is celebrating her 102nd birthday next month, and she's hoping her beloved team grants her a wish — a World Series title. Cheryl Corley/NPR hide caption

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101-Year-Old Chicago Cubs Fan Hopes Beloved Team Grants Her Birthday Wish

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Miami Marlins player Christian Yelich (right) and teammate Justin Bour in front of a memorial for Marlins pitcher José Fernández on Sunday. Gaston De Cardenas/AP hide caption

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U.S. Cellular Field will become known as Guaranteed Rate Field starting in November. Charles Rex Arbogast/AP hide caption

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Fear Not, White Sox Fans: You'll Get Used To 'Guaranteed' Field

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