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Robinson Cano’s Suspension Wounds the Mariners, and His Hall of Fame Chances

Robinson Cano’s Suspension Wounds the Mariners, and His Hall of Fame Chances

Seattle’s Robinson Cano has been suspended for 80 games, which is a major blow for the Mariners, a team with plenty of veterans that had thus far stayed in contention.

As Brazil Crashes Out, the Magic Appears to Be Gone, Too

As Brazil Crashes Out, the Magic Appears to Be Gone, Too

Belgian players celebrate after beating Brazil.

Stanford Fans Still Expect Oddities When the Band Is Out on the Field

Stanford Fans Still Expect Oddities When the Band Is Out on the Field

Stanford’s band became part of the game during the final play of the team’s 1982 meeting with its archrival, California.

Madison Brengle Sues I.T.F. and WTA Over Injury From Blood Testing

Madison Brengle Sues I.T.F. and WTA Over Injury From Blood Testing

Madison Brengle, playing in Mexico in February, has sued the W.T.A. and the I.T.F. for injuring her right arm when a drug tester drew blood.

Signs of Possible Match-Fixing in Wimbledon Men’s Doubles

Signs of Possible Match-Fixing in Wimbledon Men’s Doubles

David Marrero, left, and Fernando Verdasco after winning the doubles final at the Rio Open in February. They lost in the first round at Wimbledon last week.

Ichiro Suzuki’s New Job Comes With Most of the Old Trappings

Ichiro Suzuki’s New Job Comes With Most of the Old Trappings

Ichiro Suzuki, left, with his interpreter, Allen Turner, was removed from the Mariners’ 25-man roster in May to become the team’s special assistant to the chairman.

A Roaring Success and an Agent for Change

A Roaring Success and an Agent for Change

Richard Sherman spoke Wednesday about his four-year, $57.4 million contract extension with the Seattle Seahawks, which makes him one of the highest-paid cornerbacks in N.F.L. history.

Where Camaraderie Never Gets Old

Where Camaraderie Never Gets Old

Harry Bogdos, 82, with the ball last week. The group's games trace back to 1972, when Bogdos and a friend started playing one on one at the old McBurney Y.M.C.A.

The Jamaican Who Isn’t Sure He Wants to Play for Jamaica

The Jamaican Who Isn’t Sure He Wants to Play for Jamaica

Leon Bailey describes himself as “100 percent Jamaican.” But he has so far chosen not to play for the country.

Former M.L.B. Phenom Mike Moore Defies the Odds of First Overall Picks

Former M.L.B. Phenom Mike Moore Defies the Odds of First Overall Picks

Mike Moore was drafted No. 1 overall by the Mariners in 1981 and he quickly began a 14-year career with stops in Seattle, Oakland and Detroit.

For $2.20 an Hour, the U.S. Open’s First Ball Boys Held Court With the Greats

For $2.20 an Hour, the U.S. Open’s First Ball Boys Held Court With the Greats

Rich, left, and Tom McEvily were ball boys at the first U.S. Open in 1968 and say it was the “best job we ever had.”

Lions Coach Matt Patricia Faces N.F.L. Review of 1996 Sex Assault Allegations

Lions Coach Matt Patricia Faces N.F.L. Review of 1996 Sex Assault Allegations

Lions Coach Matt Patricia answered questions on Thursday about his indictment in the 1990s by a grand jury on a charge of aggravated sexual assault.

What Is Baseball’s Equivalent of the Vikings’ Miraculous Victory?

What Is Baseball’s Equivalent of the Vikings’ Miraculous Victory?

The Seattle Mariners after eliminating the Yankees from the playoffs in 1995.

Why Catholic Colleges Excel at Basketball

Why Catholic Colleges Excel at Basketball

With a nod to faith, Loyola-Chicago fans cheered on their team against the Kansas State Wildcats last weekend in Atlanta.

For France, Great Expectations On and Off Field

For France, Great Expectations On and Off Field

Police officers during a security exercise at Pierre Mauroy Stadium near Lille, in northern France.

Yankees Top the Mariners in a Battle of the American League’s Elite

Yankees Top the Mariners in a Battle of the American League’s Elite

Aaron Hicks, center, hit one of the Yankees' four home runs in their win over the Mariners on Tuesday.


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