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ESPN starts every Sunday with a story. This weekly, hourlong newsmagazine features a mix of investigative reports, big-name profiles, interviews, global issues, stories that show why sports matter, and quirky tales from off the beaten path. Bob Ley, the network's longest-serving commentator, and senior news correspondent Jeremy Schaap host the award-winning series.

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ESPN's morning sports magazine show, featuring the biggest names and stories in sports.
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MLB star Carlos Correa travels to Puerto Rico in the aftermath of the hurricane that destroyed his homeland; outspoken Redskins cornerback Josh Norman reveals his unique back story; one of the most unforgettable moments in hockey.
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In September 1988, the sports world was transfixed by two players chasing baseball history. 20 years later, after allegations of PED use and other criticisms, Sammy Sosa grants a rare interview and look into his personal life.
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Love him or hate him, Travis Kelce reveals a side reserved only for big brother, Jason Kelce; nearly one year after unthinkable tragedy in Las Vegas, a story of love and strength.
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Start your Sunday with a story. Notre Dame football - a tragic accident - and the legacy of Declan Sullivan. Also, an NFL story you have to see to believe.
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Lisa Salters tells the powerful story of former NBA superstar Penny Hardaway and his childhood friend Desmond Merriweather, a middle school basketball coach who was stricken with cancer and needed Hardaway's help on the bench.
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A year in the life of transgender high school track and field sprinter Matt Dawkins, an athlete just trying to be himself.
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This is a story about a boy and his dog. Together, Owen and Haatchi, with their improbable winning streak and their remarkable bond, are like nothing you have ever seen.
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A star on the USWNT and a star on the Philadelphia Eagles -- sports power couple, Julie and Zach Ertz. Also, Hall of Fame inductee Randy Moss and the world's most devoted Cleveland Browns fans.
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Over four years after videographer Declan Sullivan died while filming a Notre Football practice, his family and friends continue to build his legacy. Also, a story from the NFL.
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E:60 follows the football team from C.E. King, one of the most damaged high schools in Houston following Hurricane Harvey; And, an-in depth profile on the Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry.
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With a 100 mph fastball, Michael Kopech looks to become an MLB star; an in-depth profile of Raiders quarterback Derek Carr; the tale behind the New York Yankees' long-forgotten mascot.
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She's a star on the USWNT, he's a star on the Philadelphia Eagles - meet power couple, Julie and Zach Ertz; the Emmy winning story of Jake Olson, the USC long-snapper who became the first blind player in college football to play in a Division I game.
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The controversy surrounding one of the top high school football teams in the country; a profile on Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey; Hall of Fame inductee Randy Moss' bust from sculptor Blair Buswell.
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Love him or hate him, the Kansas City Chiefs' Travis Kelce reveals a side many haven't seen when it comes to his big brother, Eagles center Jason Kelce. Also, rare off-the-field access with Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout.
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The "Hefty Lefty" was a star quarterback at Kentucky, now Jared Lorenzen is fighting for his life; the true-crime story of a popular boxing coach, a murder-for-hire and a shocking ending.
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The story behind one of the most tragic and transcendent events in soccer history - the 2016 Chapecoense soccer club plane crash.
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Since 1876, there have been over 215,000 major leagues games played. Only 23 have been perfect. E:60 chronicles one of the rarest feats in all of the sports from the perspective of 15 of the pitchers who achieved perfection.
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Jeremy Schaap sits down with fallen Cubs icon Sammy Sosa; the story behind an incredible discovery and ultimate closure for the family of an astronaut.
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Mike Evans chats with Lisa Salters about the night his father was murdered and his journey to forgiveness; a profile of the financial analyst who exposes those trying to cheat in the sport of marathon.
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Rafael Palmeiro opens-up about his dark baseball past, attempting a come-back, and playing alongside his son; Ernie Johnson and his unique relationship with his son who has special needs; the one place where pro golf gets crazy.

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