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Recent articles by Matt:

Meet the Netherlands World Cup team that will try to shock the world

The Americans can’t sleep on the defending European champions. → Read More

70-year-old marathon runner accused of cheating found dead in Los Angeles River

The Los Angeles Marathon disqualified Meza earlier this week, saying he had cut the course. → Read More

A Mets farm team wanted fireworks, ended up with just fire

This is not at all symbolic of that particular organization. No, sir. → Read More

Tedy Bruschi has another stroke but is ‘recovering well’

Former NFL linebacker has worked to raise awareness after suffering a stroke in 2005. → Read More

Arizona governor blasts Nike, then wears its sneakers two days later

Doug Ducey said he was “embarrassed” for the company after it pulled its American flag-themed shoes off the market. → Read More

Returning from suspension, pro golfer hoping to change PGA Tour’s stance on marijuana

Robert Garrigus notes that it's increasingly legal in the United States and can be used for medical purposes. → Read More

Adidas-Arsenal social media campaign hijacked by racist and insensitive Twitter users

The two brands are the latest to discover the perils of automatically generated tweets. → Read More

Ezekiel Elliott won’t be punished by NFL after incident in Las Vegas

The Cowboys running back had apologized earlier this week. → Read More

A 70-year-old shattered an age-group record. The Los Angeles Marathon says he cheated.

Race officials say Frank Meza left the course and then reentered it in a different location while also posting impossible split times. → Read More

England Coach Phil Neville has had plenty to say at the World Cup

His tenure started off with controversy about sexist old tweets, but he's said all the right things since then. → Read More

Ahead of World Cup semifinal, Hope Solo says England has ‘the better manager’ than the USWNT

She once called Jill Ellis “a true leader.” Now she's saying it about Phil Neville. → Read More

England coach steamed at USWNT’s lack of ‘etiquette’ over hotel visit

U.S. officials scouted a hotel that will be used if the Americans win Tuesday. One problem: England's team is still staying there. → Read More

The Yankees-Red Sox pitch in London isn’t perfect, but it’ll have to do

Center field is just 385 feet from home plate, shorter than at any MLB park. → Read More

$2 beers! $1 hot dogs! Louisiana Lafayette football sets new standard for concession prices.

You can eat like a king for $10 at Ragin’ Cajuns games this year. → Read More

Wimbledon draw: Serena Williams placed in the Group of Death

Three other former Wimbledon champions along with three more grand slam champions await her. → Read More

Meet the French team that will try to upset the United States at the World Cup

The hosts are underdogs to the world soccer titan in the quarterfinals, but it's not like they have zero chance. → Read More

Worried about all the headers they took, former USWNT stars to participate in CTE study

Brandi Chastain and Michelle Akers describe having lapses in memory and headaches following their retirement from soccer. → Read More

Stonewall Inn takes its place among Yankees greats at Monument Park

To mark 50th anniversary of LGBTQ uprising, team makes a historic addition to its stadium museum. → Read More

The Rays’ city-sharing plan has numerous problems. The team’s owner calls it an ‘amazing idea.’

Idea to split team between Florida and Montreal probably will not get off the ground. → Read More

Want a ticket to the USA-France World Cup quarterfinal? It won’t come cheap.

For obvious reasons, Friday’s match is shaping up to be the hottest ticket of the tournament. → Read More