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Sports Roundup: Previewing Sunday's Baseball Hall Of Fame Induction

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Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe Leads Tour De France As Race Enters 1nd Half

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Activists from Girl Up. Top row from left: Valeria Colunga, Eugenie Park, Angelica Almonte, Emily Lin. Bottom row from left: Lauren Woodhouse, Winter Ashley, Zulia Martinez, Paola Moreno-Roman. Olivia Falcigno/NPR hide caption

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Huge crowds turn up each week to watch a game of baseball on a woodchip field, where the players wear snowshoes. Mackenzie Martin/WXPR hide caption

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Crowds Gather Each Week In Wisconsin To Watch Their Teams Play Ball — In Snowshoes

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"Sometimes I just want to hide in my island home back in Hawaii and keep things simple," says surfer Bethany Hamilton. But she believes her story can be an example of "inspiration and hope" for young people. Aaron Lieber/Entertainment Studios hide caption

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For Bethany Hamilton, Surfing Is 'An Escape From All The Chaos On Land'

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Remembering Ball Player Jim Bouton And 'Ball Four'

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Albert Almora Jr. of the Chicago Cubs is comforted by Jason Heyward after a young child was injured by a foul ball off Almora's bat. The accident happened on May 29 in the fourth inning of a game against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park in Houston. Bob Levey/Getty Images hide caption

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After Numerous Foul Ball Fan Injuries, Baseball Reconsiders Protective Netting

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