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Dodgers Announce Scully's Return
Justin Turner, Yasiel Puig, and Hyun Jin Ryu announce Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully is returning for another year of Dodger baseball.
Striker's Midfield Goal Comes In First 3 Seconds
Paraguayan striker Gustavo Ramirez scored for Mineros de Zacatecas just three seconds into an Ascenso MX match - the fastest goal in Mexican professional soccer history.
41-Shot Table Tennis Rally For The Ages
Nigeria's Segun Toriola puts on unreal defensive display to win a 41-shot rally against Singapore's Ning Gao during the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.