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CINCINNATI (AP) - Melky Cabrera lofted a go-ahead two-run homer into the left-field seats in the sixth inning, and the Cleveland Indians rallied to beat the Cincinnati Reds 4-3, extending their winning streak to five games. The Indians held the Reds scoreless after a three-run first. Cody Reed walked Yonder Alonso before allowing Cabrera's third homer of the season. Four relievers combined for 3 2/3 scoreless innings before Brad Hand worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the ninth for his 28th save.
BEREA, Ohio (AP) - Browns offensive coordinator Todd Haley has had a major impact in his short time with Cleveland. The former Pittsburgh assistant was brought in to take over the offense from Hue Jackson, who called plays the past two years. Haley and Jackson are getting along well, but that doesn't mean they haven't had a difference of opinion on some things. Haley is trying to bring a mental toughness to the Browns following their winless 2017 season.
MONTREAL (AP) - Johnny Manziel has been placed under the Canadian Football League's concussion protocol. The Montreal Alouettes quarterback was hit at the goal line last weekend in a 24-17 loss at Ottawa.
PITTSFORD, N.Y. (AP) - New Buffalo Bills wide receiver Corey Coleman can't escape reminders of Cleveland no matter how hard he's tried to put his two seasons with the Browns in the past. First, there was the latest episode of HBO's "Hard Knocks" series, which detailed how a frustrated Coleman demanded the Browns trade him. Next up, Coleman is expected to make his Bills debut in a preseason game at Cleveland on Friday.
MASON, Ohio (AP) - Novak Djokovic completed his comeback from elbow surgery by winning Wimbledon for the fourth time. He's inching closer to one of the few titles to elude him throughout his career. Djokovic overcame an upset stomach to get a three-set victory at the Western & Southern Open
BOSTON (AP) - Reigning Olympic champion Simone Biles says it's time for new USA Gymnastics president Kerry Perry to speak up. Perry has remained largely in the shadows since taking over last December. The organization is trying to create a path forward in the wake of the scandal surrounding a former national team doctor who abused athletes under the guise of treatment. Nearly 2 years after Nassar victims started coming forward, athletes, coaches and gym owners say they're frustrated by the lack of vision
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