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How will Astros react after seeing Gerrit Cole lose?
Houston's mettle will be tested after the Astros saw their best weapon miss the mark in Game 1.

World Series Daily: Verlander or Stras and the best (and worst) of Minute Maid Park
We choose between the Game 2 starters, weigh in on Houston's ballpark and make our Wednesday picks.

Mahomes throws in practice after knee injury
Less than a week after suffering a dislocated kneecap, Patrick Mahomes practiced with the Chiefs. Said coach Andy Reid: "[We'll] evaluate him from there."

Panthers' Reid on playing 49ers: I don't forget
Panthers safety Eric Reid, who was not re-signed by the 49ers following the 2017 season after filing a collusion grievance against the NFL, said he's motivated to face his former team. "I just don't forget," he said.

Sources: Cubs hiring David Ross as manager
The Cubs will name David Ross, who helped them win the 2016 World Series, as their manager Thursday.

Brady taking uncertain future one day at a time
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said that he's taking it one day at a time after being asked about his playing status for next season and beyond.

Sports Illustrated News
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  • Report: Heat forward LeBron James to opt out of deal, become free agent

  • NBA Mock Draft: Another change at the top

  • Mexico beats Cameroon, advances to knockout round

  • World Cup analysis: Costa Rica-England

  • Report: Bulls offer Gibson, Snell, picks for Love

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    First drug that can slow Alzheimer's dementia
    Drug company says it will seek permission in the US to start marketing the potentially 'life-changing' new drug.

    Scientist gets £2m decades after he invented diabetes test
    Prof Ian Shanks used his daughter's toy microscope to build a prototype for the device in the 1980s.

    Blood pressure pills 'work better at bedtime'
    Evening doses gives more protection against heart attacks and strokes, a study suggests.

    Babies born at 22 weeks 'can now survive'
    Guidance says improvements in care mean extremely premature babies now have a better survival chance.

    Breast cancer detected by thermal imaging scan in Edinburgh
    A thermal imaging camera in Edinburgh showed that a Slough visitor's breast was a different colour.

    Heavy social media use linked to poor sleep
    Teenagers spending more than three hours on their phones are more likely to sleep badly, a study suggests.

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    The Krueger Effect: How new Sabres coach has led turnaround
    Buffalo is off to a hotter start than expected, largely due to Ralph Krueger. We go inside the team's decision to hire him, and his tactics.

    Wild goaltender Dubnyk has upper-body injury
    Wild goaltender Devan Dubnyk suffered an upper-body injury in Tuesday night's win over the Oilers and will miss Thursday's game against the Predators.

    Avs' Rantanen injures lower body, week-to-week
    Avalanche winger Mikko Rantanen is "week-to-week" after his left skate got caught in the ice, causing his left foot to twist unnaturally.

    Wild's Dubnyk leaves ice in 2nd after collision
    Wild goalie Devan Dubnyk left Tuesday night's game against the Oilers after falling hard on his backside and appearing to hit the back of his head on the ice.

    Report: Red Wings put Ericsson on waivers
    The Red Wings placed defenseman Jonathan Ericsson on waivers, according to the Associated Press.


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