-Mets infielder Juan Uribe is on their World Series roster, returning from a chest injury suffered in September. Royals infielder Raul Mondesi Jr. has made their World Series roster, despite never appearing in a major league game.

-U.S. soccer star Abby Wambach announced she will retire at the end of 2015. Wambach's 184 career international goals are the most by any player in history.
-Multiple reports: The NFL is investigating the recent incident involving Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel and his girlfriend to see if he violated the league's Personal Conduct Policy.  
-FS1's Mike Garafolo: The Giants and defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul are finalizing terms on a contract, and the team hopes he can play in Week 10 against New England.
-Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told 105.3 the Fan in Dallas that Darren McFadden will start at running back Sunday against the Seahawks.
-Lakers guard Kobe Bryant practiced fully for the first time in two weeks since suffering a lower-leg contusion. Bryant says he's been able to move a lot more recently, and will start tomorrow's opener against the Timberwolves.
-Dallas Morning News: The Mavericks and head coach Rick Carlisle are close to terms on a 5-year extension.

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