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Horsephotos/Getty Images(SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.) -- A loss for this triple crown winner.

Though he had won eight consecutive races before Saturday, American Pharoah was overtaken by Keen Ice in the Travers Stakes at Saratoga Race Course.

According to USA Today, American Pharoah's trainer Bob Baffert said, "He didn't bring his A-game today...He got beat, we have to suck it up."

The first triple crown winner in 37 years was a 1-5 favorite to win.

American Pharoah came in second while Frosted finished third.

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Photo by Chris Condon/PGA TOUR(NEW YORK) -- Jordan Spieth's reign as the world's number one golfer lasted just one tournament.

Spieth, the 22-year-old phenom who won this year's Masters and U.S. Open, claimed the top spot in the world rankings on the back of those major victories and a top-10 finish at the British Open last month. The Official World Golf Rankings are based on a two-year rolling average including results in each tournament a golfer appears.

Coming into the Barclay's Pro-Am this weekend, Spieth held a slight edge over McIlroy, but needed to finish in the top 60 to maintain that lead. Instead, Spieth shot a 177 in two rounds, missed the cut and lost his claim to the top spot.

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Photo by Matt Hazlett/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III will not play in Saturday's preseason game due to concern over concussion-like symptoms.

Griffin suffered the injury in the team's August 20 preseason game against the Detroit Lions. While he practiced all week, the team said on Twitter Friday that "further review by neuropsychologists" determined he should be kept out of competition and re-tested in one to two weeks.

A two-week timeframe would leave open the possibility of a quarterback change before the start of the regular season. Backup Kirk Cousins is likely to start for the Redskins on Saturday night against the Baltimore Ravens.

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Here are the latest scores from today's sports events:

INTERLEAGUE
Boston 6, N-Y Mets 4, 10 Innings
N-Y Yankees 15, Atlanta 4
Arizona 6, Oakland 4

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Toronto 5, Detroit 3
Kansas City 3, Tampa Bay 2
Cleveland 3, L.A. Angels 1
Texas 4, Baltimore 1
Minnesota 3, Houston 0
Seattle 2, Chi White Sox 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Pittsburgh 5, Colorado 3
Miami 4, Washington 3
Philadelphia 7, San Diego 1
Milwaukee 5, Cincinnati 0
L.A. Dodgers 4, Chi Cubs 1
San Francisco 5, St. Louis 4

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE PRESEASON

New England 17, Carolina 16
Detroit 22, Jacksonville 17
Kansas City 34, Tennessee 10

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Noel Vasquez/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- He's been with the Dodgers since Brooklyn, and he's going to spend yet another year with them.

Los Angeles Dodgers play-by-play announcer Vin Scully announced Friday he will return for the 2016 season, marking his 67th year as the voice of the Dodgers.

The 87-year-old's decision was revealed on the video board at Dodger Stadium after the second inning of a game against the Chicago Cubs on Friday night. The video involved cue cards and Jimmy Kimmel with Scully saying nothing.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Scully has cut back on his schedule the past few years, and doesn't travel for regular season games outside of California.

The broadcaster turns 88 in November and his work with the Dodgers marks the longest time a broadcaster has worked with a single team in professional sports history.

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Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images(SEATTLE) — The Seattle Mariners relieved Jack Zduriencik of his general manager duties Friday.

The decision was likely prompted by the Mariners failure to see a playoff game in the seven years since Zduriencik took the general manager post, reports MLB.com.

Kevin Mather, the Mariners’ team president, will look at candidates to replace Zduriencik over the next month with hopes to find a new team manager by early October.  

In the meantime, the current assistant manager Jeff Kingston will fill in as interim GM to complete the season, MLB.com reports.

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Michael Hickey/Getty Images(URBANA, Ill.) -- Illinois' coach is out only a week before the season begins.

Head football coach Tim Beckman has been dismissed by the University of Illinois Director of Athletics Mike Thomas, according to a statement on Friday.

The decision came out of an external review and one week before the season began. The review looked into allegations that Beckman had encouraged players to play hurt or influenced medical decisions.

"The preliminary information external reviewers shared with me does not reflect our values or our commitment to the welfare of our student-athletes, and I've chosen to act accordingly," Thomas said in the statement. "During the review, we have asked people not to rush to judgment, but I now have enough information to make this decision in assessing the status and direction of the football program."

Bill Cubit will be the interim coach for the 2015 season, said the statement.

According to the statement, Beckman won't get the $3.1 million left from the last two years of his original five-year contract. The statement also said he won't get the $743,000 called for if his contract had been bought out.

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Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images(CHICAGO) -- Derrick Rose has responded to a civil suit filed against him.

Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose released a brief personal statement to USA TODAY on Thursday, commenting on the lawsuit filed against him for sexual misconduct.

“I am just focusing on staying healthy and getting ready for the season,” Rose said in the statement. “I am not going to comment other than to say – I know the truth, and am confident I will be proven innocent.”

The plaintiff in the civil suit filed Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court accuses Rose of drugging and gang raping her two years ago after breaking into her apartment.

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Jim McIsaac/Getty Images(SARASOTA, Fla.) -- Hockey icon Al Arbour has died.

Al Arbour has died at the age of 82 after a lifetime career in hockey where he served as a player, coach, and as an executive.

He is perhaps most remembered as a coach for the New York Islanders, leading the team to four consecutive Stanley Cup wins from 1980-1983.

“Al will always be remembered as one of, if not the, greatest coaches ever to stand behind a bench in the history of the National Hockey League,” Islanders President and General Manager Garth Snow said in a statement. “The New York Islanders franchise has four Stanley Cups to its name, thanks in large part to Al’s incredible efforts. From his innovative coaching methods, to his humble way of life away from the game, Al is one of the reasons the New York Islanders are a historic franchise. On behalf of the entire organization, we send our deepest condolences to the entire Arbour family.”

In NHL history, Arbour is second in wins and games coached behind Scotty Bowman. He was also inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1996.

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Jeffrey Mayer/WireImage(NEW YORK) -- The lives of champion UFC fighter Ronda Rousey and speech pathologist and mom Laura Smith might seem worlds apart, but the two women share a unique connection.

Smith and her 5-year-old daughter, Ashlynn, met Rousey, 28, this spring at a book signing in Denver for Rousey's autobiography, My Fight/Your Fight.

Smith told ABC News she was on a mission to meet Rousey in order to find out if the speech disorder she had as a child was the same condition that her daughter, Ashlynn, has.

“I read probably everything she’s ever said about her speech impediment and the more I read I was like, ‘That was apraxia. This is apraxia,’” Smith recalled.

Childhood apraxia of speech is a motor speech disorder where the brain has problems coordinating with the body parts -- like lips, jaw and tongue -- needed for speech, according to the American Speech-Language Hearing Association.

“At first I was tested for deafness,” Rousey said of her own childhood struggle. “They thought maybe my pronunciation was off because I was hearing things differently.”

“But it was really I had all these words perfectly arranged in my head, it’s just when they tried to come out of my mouth they sounded different,” she said. “It was kind of like there was a divide between my brain and my mouth.”

Because apraxia was not a common diagnosis when Rousey was a child, no one suspected it was what was behind the fighter’s speech problems. That is, until Smith gave Rousey a brochure on apraxia at the book signing.

“I threw the brochure and the bodyguards came in immediately to get it,” Smith said. “She [Rousey] picked it up and I was like, ‘If you did have it, would you say it in your interviews because it would mean so much for our kids.’”

Rousey says the information in the brochure struck her instantly.

“I actually ended up reading through the whole thing that night and was like, ‘Oh my God, this is all exactly it. This is exactly what it was,’” Rousey said. “I didn’t know it was actually apraxia until that moment.”

“She really taught me a lot about myself that day and I can’t thank her enough for it,” Rousey said of Smith.

To thank Smith and her daughter, Rousey sent a special message, doing exactly what Smith asked her to do at the book signing, talking about apraxia.

“Hi Laura and Ashlynn,” Rousey said in the taped message. “I just wanted to say I’m so happy to hear everything that you’re doing to raise awareness of apraxia.”

“You definitely raised awareness in me and I just wish you all the best,” she said. “I know our paths will cross again someday at some point so I can’t wait to see you again.”

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