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Cubs-Indians Tied One-Game-A-Piece As World Series Shifts To Chicago

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The fans packed the stands to see Game 2 of the World Series at Progressive Field in Cleveland Wednesday, after sluggish attendance during the Indians' regular season. Jamie Squire/Getty Images hide caption

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World Series Game 1: Cleveland Indians Beat Chicago Cubs 6-0

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Cubs Vs. Indians: World Series To End One Team's Historic Drought

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Indians Vs. Cubs: Each Aims To End Decades-Long Championship Drought

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Olympic Organizers In Tokyo Consider Costs Ahead Of 2020 Games

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Nearly 7 Decades Later, Vin Scully's Long Broadcast Will Soon Come To A Close

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Arnold Palmer acknowledges the crowd after hitting the ceremonial first tee shot at the 2007 Masters tournament. David J. Phillip/AP hide caption

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Golfer Arnold Palmer, Who Gave New Life To A Staid Game, Dies At 87

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Hackers Release Data On 25 More Athletes From 8 Countries

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Guide Wesley Williams (left) lines up blind long jumper and sprinter Lex Gillette on the track before making a long jump during practice at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in San Diego. Gillette started losing his sight when he was 8 years old. Bill Wechter for NPR hide caption

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For Blind Long Jumper At Paralympics, Success Depends On Teamwork

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Tommie Smith (center) and John Carlos performed a Black Power salute at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City. Universal Images Group/Getty Images hide caption

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Decades After An Iconic Protest, Tommie Smith Has Something Else On His Mind

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Athlete Activists Aren't New. Kaepernick Is Just The Latest

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