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Eagles roll over Redskins

PHILADELPHIA—The Philadelphia Eagles keep losing key players and still are winning games thanks to No. 11.

Carson Wentz tossed four touchdown passes and ran for a career-best 63 yards, helping the Eagles overcome losing nine-time Pro Bowl left tackle Jason Peters in a 34-24 win over the Washington Redskins last night.

Late show: MLB post-season games stretch to record length

LOS ANGELES — Don’t be surprised if you doze off during one of these World Series games, wake up and discover they’re not even at the seventh-inning stretch.

With managers and pitching coaches walking to the mound earlier and more often in another post-season of record game times, Justin Verlander is the lone throwback.

Dodgers, Astros in rare showdown

LOS ANGELES—The L.A. Dodgers love their analytics, collecting so much data that manager Dave Roberts proudly proclaims: “I don't see any team that's more prepared than we are.”

All the numbers, video, and advanced scouting reports are great. But firsthand looks are nice, too.

So Curtis Granderson, what do you know about your World Series opponent, the Houston Astros?

Argos rally to beat Bombers

TORONTO—In Ricky Ray's math, two trumps 60,098.

Ray threw for 423 yards and a TD to become just the fourth player in CFL history to surpass 60,000 career passing yards.

But the 15-year veteran was happier celebrating the Toronto Argonauts' wild 29-28 home victory over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Saturday night.

“The win feels so much better than the 60,000,” Ray said.