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U.S. Women's Soccer Team Members File Wage Discrimination Complaint

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Injuries Increase As Pitchers Throw Harder, Faster And Younger

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Carli Lloyd (left) and Megan Rapinoe are two of the five star players who filed a wage complaint against U.S. Soccer. The players say that the whole team supports their case, which accuses the national federation of paying male players far more money. Maddie Meyer - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images hide caption

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A meme is born: Former Chicago Bulls and Washington Wizards guard Michael Jordan cries as he takes the podium during his enshrinement ceremony into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass., on Sept. 11, 2009. Stephan Savoia/AP hide caption

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UConn Women's Basketball Team Confronts Consequences Of Being 'Too Good'

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20-Year-Old Gracie Gold Hopes To Win World Figure Skating Medal For U.S.

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Major League Baseball's 2016 Season Officially Opens On Sunday

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United States players celebrate a goal against Guatemala during the second half of a World Cup qualifying soccer match Tuesday in Columbus, Ohio. The United States beat Guatemala 4-0. Jay LaPrete/AP hide caption

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Bees Drive Chicago's Jason Heyward Up A Wall

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Former Honduran President Rafael Callejas leaves federal court in New York City on Monday after pleading guilty to conspiracy charges in a wide-ranging FIFA soccer scandal. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Is March Losing Its Madness?

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Glitch In Your Golf Swing? Listen To It Sing

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Former NBA player and now broadcaster, Bill Walton, plays the drums with the University of Utah band before the game between the Arizona Wildcats and the Utah Utes on February 27, 2016. Gene Sweeney Jr./Getty Images hide caption

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How Basketball Great Bill Walton Thrived In A Life Of Limitations

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Soccer Wins Over New Generation Of Fans In Cuba

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