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The Mets Get Some Help From Jason Vargas and a Few Fresh Arms

The Mets Get Some Help From Jason Vargas and a Few Fresh Arms

Jason Vargas pitched five scoreless innings on Wednesday against the Braves.

Injuries Start to Creep Into the Mets’ Feel-Good Story

Injuries Start to Creep Into the Mets’ Feel-Good Story

Mets catcher Kevin Plawecki will miss three to four weeks after sustaining a hairline fracture in his left hand when he was hit by a pitch on Wednesday.

David Quinn Comes to the Rangers With a Gift for Developing Young Players

David Quinn Comes to the Rangers With a Gift for Developing Young Players

David Quinn was named the Rangers' new coach this week after five seasons at Boston University.

Sit and Deliver

Sit and Deliver

David Lee, left, who helps anchor the Warriors’ second unit, speaking with Stephen Curry, the All-Star Game’s top vote-getter, during Sunday’s game. Coach Steve Kerr said of his players, “They literally, to a man, put the team ahead of themselves.”

A U.S. Open First Round Full of Struggles

A U.S. Open First Round Full of Struggles

Tiger Woods finished at +8 after opening with a triple bogey and struggling on the back nine Thursday during Round 1 of the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills in Southampton, N.Y.

After Years of Dismal Results, a Reorganization at McLaren

After Years of Dismal Results, a Reorganization at McLaren

Fernando Alonso of Spain drove the McLaren MCL33 Renault during practice for the French Grand Prix in June, which he did not finish.

The More Things Change, the More Brady and Belichick Stay the Same

The More Things Change, the More Brady and Belichick Stay the Same

Patriots Coach Bill Belichick was described as “a coach without peer” in 2005. Few would challenge the same characterization today.

Lightning Thwart Bruins Stars and Even the Series

Lightning Thwart Bruins Stars and Even the Series

The Lightning’s Tyler Johnson (9) after scoring in the second period of Monday’s game. He was one of four players to score for Tampa Bay.

Liverpool Beats Manchester City but Barely Dents Its Invincible Aura

Liverpool Beats Manchester City but Barely Dents Its Invincible Aura

Liverpool's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain celebrates his team's first goal against Manchester City. Liverpool would add three more, but it needed to fend off a furious late rally to hand City its first league defeat of the season.

1968 Was a Revolutionary Year for France and the French Open

1968 Was a Revolutionary Year for France and the French Open

Protesters on the Avenue de l’Opéra in Paris in 1968. The organizers of the French Open that year considered calling off the tournament because of protests and strikes.

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.

An Oxymoron No More: The Great Brazilian Goalkeeper

An Oxymoron No More: The Great Brazilian Goalkeeper

Brazil's Alisson helped Roma reach the Champions League semifinals. He'd like to carry Brazil even further.

Retirements Are Down at the Australian Open. Is Money the Reason?

Retirements Are Down at the Australian Open. Is Money the Reason?

Mischa Zverev was the only player to retire from a first-round singles match at the Australian Open this year.

Gleyber Torres Arrives as Part of a Pinstriped Youth Movement

Gleyber Torres Arrives as Part of a Pinstriped Youth Movement

Gleyber Torres warming up before his major league debut on Sunday at Yankee Stadium.

What Hurricane Maria Didn’t Wreck: Puerto Rican Baseball

What Hurricane Maria Didn’t Wreck: Puerto Rican Baseball

The Cayey Toritos of the Liga de Beisbol Superior Doble A gathered for a team prayer in the dugout before a game on Sunday.


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