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  • Ed Lucas, legendary sports journalist who was blind, dies at age 82

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  • New video of missing tennis star Peng Shuai raises concern

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  • Deaf high school football team moves closer to first championship

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  • Reports of Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai raise more confusion

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  • Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai hasn’t been seen in 2 weeks, raising concerns

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  • How Native American hockey star Abby Roque is bringing diversity to her sport

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  • Cynt Marshall talks about how she became first Black female CEO of an NBA team

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  • Aaron Rodgers set to return to the field for Green Bay Packers

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  • Jon Gruden sues NFL and Roger Goodell over email controversy

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  • Aaron Rodgers speaks out about vaccine backlash

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Adam LaRoche explains his decision to leave baseball for son

02:27

After being discouraged from bringing his son into the clubhouse so frequently, Chicago White Sox designated hitter Adam LaRoche opted to retire. He was set to earn $13 million this season in the second year of a $25 million contract, according to reports. Instead, he tweeted out his goodbye to the game with the hashtag #familyfirst.