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Baseball Players Issue Apologies Over Old Offensive Tweets That Resurfaced

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Atlanta Braves pitcher Sean Newcomb takes a seat on the bench after losing his bid for a no-hitter in the ninth inning Sunday. Shortly after that home game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Braves released a statement calling Newcomb's old tweets "hurtful and incredibly disappointing." John Bazemore/AP hide caption

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Saturday Sports: Baseball, Broken Bones And Trade Deadlines

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All Black Little League Team Wins Washington, D.C., Championship

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Chris Froome, the defending champion at the Tour de France, has fallen to third place. Along the way, he's been grabbed off his bike by police and struggled to match his top competitors. Benoit Tessier/Reuters hide caption

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Former Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar speaks at his sentencing phase in Ingham County Circuit Court in Michigan. The judge in the case said she would let someone "to do to him what he did to others" if the Constitution allowed. Jeff Kowalsky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. gymnast Gabby Douglas trains in 2015 at the Texas ranch that was the training ground for U.S. women's gymnastics. Douglas was one of a number of U.S. gymnasts who accused former doctor Larry Nassar of sexual abuse. In February 2018 Nassar was convicted and sentenced to prison. David J. Phillip/AP hide caption

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Olympic Athletes Fear Retaliation If They Speak Out

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Tiger Woods Gave One British Open Fan A Shot To Remember

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Bleacher Report Lists 2018's Most Influential People In Sports Culture

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German Soccer Player Says He Quit National Team Because Of Racism

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