Jags RB Fournette expected to practice

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) The Jacksonville Jaguars expect running back Leonard Fournette to return to practice Wednesday, a step toward playing against AFC South rival Tennessee.

Fournette strained his right hamstring in the season opener at the New York Giants and missed last week's victory against the New England Patriots. It was the fourth game he's missed in two seasons, and the Jaguars (2-0) are undefeated without him.

Fournette ran nine times for 41 yards in the opener before injuring his hamstring.

Red Sox try again for clincher in Bronx

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Dodgers look to finish sweep of Rockies

LOS ANGELES -- A rookie in name only at this point, the Los Angeles Dodgers are merely looking at Walker Buehler now as simply a big-game pitcher.

It means the Dodgers have the right guy on the mound as they go for a three-game series sweep Wednesday over the Colorado Rockies. (MORE)

Cardinals go for 3-game sweep in Atlanta

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Cubs ending 30-day uninterrupted stretch

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"Thank God we're young," Cubs manager Joe Maddon said. (MORE)

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