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Asked to Shoulder the Load for Yankees, Lance Lynn Falters

Asked to Shoulder the Load for Yankees, Lance Lynn Falters

Lance Lynn was left in a bit too long and served up a home run to Miami's Miguel Rojas.

Shades of 1998 as Yankees Can’t Seem to Do Anything Wrong

Shades of 1998 as Yankees Can’t Seem to Do Anything Wrong

The Yankees’ Gleyber Torres, left, broke for home after a throwing error by Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor to third baseman Jose Ramirez, right, in the fifth inning on Saturday at Yankee Stadium.

Suddenly, Philadelphia Has a Major Identity Crisis

Suddenly, Philadelphia Has a Major Identity Crisis

Fans took to the streets in Philadelphia after the Eagles won their first Super Bowl.

A 50-Year-Old Japanese Baseball Record Unites Two American Pitchers

A 50-Year-Old Japanese Baseball Record Unites Two American Pitchers

Randy Messenger pitching for the Hanshin Tigers in 2016.

What’s Next for Justify? Maybe More Races, or Maybe Just the Breeding Shed

What’s Next for Justify? Maybe More Races, or Maybe Just the Breeding Shed

Jockey Mike Smith, Justify and trainer, Bob Baffert, right, after winning the Belmont Stakes to complete the Triple Crown on Saturday.

This Is When the World Cup Surprises End. Usually.

This Is When the World Cup Surprises End. Usually.

Colombia's Yerry Mina (13) celebrated with his teammate Dávinson Sánchez after scoring against Poland.

The Mozart of Fly Casting

The Mozart of Fly Casting

Maxine McCormick, 14, before participating in the national casting championships last month.

Bears’ Hopes of Beating Eagles End With a Thunk-Thunk-Thud

Bears’ Hopes of Beating Eagles End With a Thunk-Thunk-Thud

Cody Parkey, center, missed a potential winning field goal for the Bears with seconds left in their loss to the Eagles.

In a World of Fine Lines, Manchester City Tightens the Title Race

In a World of Fine Lines, Manchester City Tightens the Title Race

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker couldn’t reach Leroy Sane’s shot that went off the post and in, putting Manchester City up for good in the 72nd minute.

Scott Hamilton Was Demoted as an Olympic Broadcaster. Don’t Feel Sorry for Him.

Scott Hamilton Was Demoted as an Olympic Broadcaster. Don’t Feel Sorry for Him.

Scott Hamilton at the Olympic figure skating arena in Gangneung, South Korea. After he learned that he would no longer be on NBC’s main broadcasting crew, he said, “there was a sadness for about 10 minutes.”

A Shiny New Front in the Battle for L.A.’s Soccer Soul

A Shiny New Front in the Battle for L.A.’s Soccer Soul

Bob Bradley, the coach of Los Angeles F.C., with some of the team’s owners at a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

The Bugs of Volgograd: England-Tunisia Match Attracts Pests

The Bugs of Volgograd: England-Tunisia Match Attracts Pests

England’s Jesse Lingard before the game Monday.

The Story of the Wife Who Defended Her Husband in a Way That Left Him Unemployed

The Story of the Wife Who Defended Her Husband in a Way That Left Him Unemployed

Bryan Colangelo was twice named the N.B.A.’s executive of the year.

Gabe Kapler Is Unlike Any Manager Phillies Fans Have Known (and Booed)

Gabe Kapler Is Unlike Any Manager Phillies Fans Have Known (and Booed)

Philadelphia Phillies Manager Gabe Kapler on Saturday. In the first three games of the season, two of them losses, he went to the bullpen 18 times, including a call to an infielder.

A’ja Wilson, W.N.B.A.’s Top Rookie, Finds Her Voice and Her Way

A’ja Wilson, W.N.B.A.’s Top Rookie, Finds Her Voice and Her Way

A’ja Wilson is averaging 20 points a game in her rookie season in the W.N.B.A.


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