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Feb 19, 2019

On Baseball: Manny Machado Gets His Payday, but It Won't Quell Free Agency Gripes
Machado's deal is the first free-agent contract to guarantee a player $300 million, but concern about unsigned rank-and-file players is not going away.

New York Times Sports
Feb 19, 2019

Bayern Munich Holds Back Liverpool, and the Inevitable, for One More Night
The best days of the current Bayern are behind it, but a scoreless draw at Liverpool pushed back the end.

New York Times Sports
Feb 19, 2019

Q&A: Heavyweight Champion on Fighting a Bigger Man: ‘Just Beat Him Up'
Anthony Joshua is ready to take on Jarrell Miller, all 300-plus pounds of him, at Madison Square Garden on June 1. Then he wants the rest of the division.

New York Times Sports
Feb 19, 2019

Don Newcombe Dies at 92; Dodger Pitcher Helped Break Racial Barrier
Newcombe, a teammate of Jackie Robinson's, was an overpowering righty as a rookie of the year, an M.V.P. and the first Cy Young Award winner.

New York Times Sports
Feb 19, 2019

Manny Machado Joins the Padres With a 10-Year, $300 Million Deal
Machado's deal is the first free-agent contract to guarantee a player $300 million, and sets up baseball's other unsigned star free agent, Bryce Harper, to top it soon.

New York Times Sports
Feb 19, 2019

At Wisconsin High School, Accusations of Body Shaming at a Cheerleading Banquet
Members of a high school cheerleading squad received awards mocking their breasts, backsides and weight, prompting complaints from parents and a warning letter from the A.C.L.U.

New York Times Sports
Feb 19, 2019

U.S.A. Gymnastics Hires N.B.A. Executive as President
Li Li Leung, a former competitive gymnast, will take over a troubled organization still reeling from a sexual-abuse scandal.

New York Times Sports
Feb 19, 2019

On Pro Basketball: For Anthony Davis and the Pelicans, the Solution Is to Stop Playing Games
The N.B.A. had its reasons for forcing New Orleans to play its superstar after a trade request, but the risk is not worth the reward.

New York Times Sports
Feb 18, 2019

On Baseball: With Paul Goldschmidt, the Cardinals Try to Recreate a Formula That Worked
The slugging first baseman comes to St. Louis looking to get the team back to the playoffs, just like Jim Edmonds did in 2000. But will he stick around?

New York Times Sports
Feb 18, 2019

After Up-and-Down Debut Season, Giancarlo Stanton Expects More
The Yankees, who traded for Stanton and his $325 million contract before last season, expect better results from their slugger in lieu of other big signings.

New York Times Sports
Feb 18, 2019

For the Mets, It Could Get Crowded Behind Home Plate
Wilson Ramos, a two-time All-Star, is the new No. 1. But the Mets are emphasizing depth, and Ramos could have two backups when the regular season begins.

New York Times Sports
Feb 18, 2019

Don Bragg, Olympic Pole-Vault Champion, Is Dead at 83
His dream of playing Tarzan in the movies went unfulfilled, but he set records and won a gold medal at the 1960 Games in Rome.

New York Times Sports
Feb 18, 2019

Modern Basketball: Meet the Two-Mom, Two-Coach, Three-Kid Family
Colleen and Lauren Mullen, who rose through the coaching ranks and married, have a girl and twin boys. For now, Colleen is on the sideline and Lauren is cheering and child-watching.

New York Times Sports
Feb 18, 2019

In Canada, a Hockey Revival
The Flying Fathers were like the Harlem Globetrotters on skates. Now a group of priests are trying to bring them back.

New York Times Sports
Feb 18, 2019

On Pro Basketball: For Curry, a Return Home Shows He Is Where He Belongs
An All-Star weekend in his hometown of Charlotte, N.C., affirmed the growth, and greatness, of the Golden State Warriors guard.

New York Times Sports
Feb 18, 2019

A 20-0 Soccer Game in Italy Was Men Against Boys
Cuneo 20, Pro Piacenza 0. It didn't help that Pro Piacenza had only seven players.

New York Times Sports
Feb 18, 2019

On Soccer: Manchester United and the Siren Song of the Quick Fix
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has thrived since replacing José Mourinho, as have his players. But that does not mean all is right in United's world.

New York Times Sports
Feb 18, 2019

How a Ballet Dancer Brought Balance to U.C.L.A. Gymnastics
Valorie Kondos Field, known to many as Miss Val, has created something of an oasis in a sport often characterized by intense turbulence.

New York Times Sports
Feb 17, 2019

Team Lebron 178, Team Giannis 164: N.B.A. All-Star Game: A Thrilling Show With Two Touching Final Bows
The final All-Star appearances for Dwyane Wade and Dirk Nowitzki were celebrated amid highlight-reel plays aplenty.

New York Times Sports
Feb 17, 2019

On Baseball: Rob Manfred Says Baseball Doesn't Have a Free Agency Crisis
The commissioner said on Sunday that any talk of a strike was premature and that few remaining unsigned players of value would be with teams soon.

New York Times Sports
Feb 17, 2019

N.H.L. Roundup: Penguins Repel Rangers Rallies and Regain Playoff Position
The Rangers erased a two-goal deficit but could not come back from three behind. Cory Schneider got his second straight victory as the Devils beat the Sabres.

New York Times Sports
Feb 17, 2019

J.B. Holmes Overcomes 4-Shot Deficit to Win Genesis Open
Justin Thomas faltered as the weather whipsawed at Riviera Country Club, clearing the way for Holmes to earn a trip back to the Masters.

New York Times Sports
Feb 17, 2019

Denny Hamlin Navigates Crash-Filled Finish to Win Daytona 500
Hamlin, honoring the memory of the team owner J.D. Gibbs, won the race for the second time in four years. Hamlin's teammate Kyle Busch came in second.

New York Times Sports
Feb 17, 2019

Reilly Opelka Continues Rise With First ATP Title at New York Open
Opelka, a 21-year-old American, defeated a 23-year-old qualifier from Canada to earn his first trophy on the men's professional tour.

New York Times Sports
Feb 17, 2019

College Basketball Roundup: College Basketball: St. John's Rallies to Beat No. 13 Villanova
L.J. Figueroa had 22 points and 12 rebounds, helping the Red Storm overcome a 14-point second-half deficit. The second-ranked women's team, Louisville, lost to Miami at home.

New York Times Sports
Feb 17, 2019

Tim Tebow Takes Another Step With the Mets (and Avoids Sprinklers This Time)
Tebow's 2018 spring was derailed when he injured his ankle, but he has continued to refine his swing even as he juggled other responsibilities.

New York Times Sports
Feb 17, 2019

Hamidou Diallo's Dunk Is Even Better Viewed Frame by Frame
The rookie shooting guard beat Dennis Smith Jr. of the Knicks in the finals of the 2019 slam dunk contest, but it was a first round dunk that everyone will remember.

New York Times Sports
Feb 17, 2019

Penguins 6, Rangers 5: Penguins Repel Rangers Rallies and Regain Playoff Position
Evgeni Malkin and Kris Letang had two goals each for Pittsburgh. The Rangers erased a two-goal deficit but could not come back from three behind.

New York Times Sports
Feb 17, 2019

On Pro Basketball: Basketball Is Beside the Point During N.B.A. All-Star Weekend
At the league's annual showcase, players should bring their sneakers — as long as they match their ties. It's all about parties during All-Star weekend.

New York Times Sports
Feb 17, 2019

‘The Hooligans Were the Club'
The near-collapse of the Polish soccer team Wisla Krakow involved hooligan owners, unpaid bills, police raids and a mysterious savior who arrived with promises but no money. Can one of Poland's greatest players now save the day?

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

College Basketball: No. 1 Tennessee Falls Hard at Fifth-Ranked Kentucky
P.J. Washington scored 23 points as the Wildcats ended the Volunteers' 19-game winning streak. No. 4 Virginia held off Notre Dame.

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

Islanders 5, Oilers 2: Islanders, in Regular-Season Barclays Finale, Surge Past Oilers
Mathew Barzal and Anders Lee scored in the third period and Robin Lehner made 34 saves for the Islanders, who won for the fifth time in six games.

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

Adam Silver Calls the N.B.A. ‘a 52-Week-a-Year Sport'
Tanking? The Anthony Davis distraction? Yes, problems exist in the league, but in his annual All-Star weekend address, the commissioner sounded pretty serene.

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

Gene Littler, Golfer With a Gorgeous Swing, Dies at 88
Littler won 29 tournaments on the PGA Tour, including the United States Open in 1961. He was unassuming in an era dominated by Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player.

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

Justin Thomas Has One-Shot Lead and Busy Day Ahead at Genesis Open
Thomas made eagle on the first of only two holes he finished in the third round of the rain-delayed event to lead Adam Scott. Tiger Woods made the cut by a shot.

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

Marc Stein and Ralph Lawler to Receive Award From Basketball Hall of Fame
Stein, a New York Times reporter, and Lawler, a longtime broadcaster, are the 2019 Curt Gowdy Media Award recipients.

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

C.C. Sabathia of Yankees Says It's Time for a Windup to a Long Career
The 2019 season will be the last for the big 38-year-old left-hander. And he made his decision formal in a news conference.

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

A Chastened Matt Kuchar Tries to Get Back Into the Fairway
"Listen, I was stubborn,'' he said on Saturday. one day after making amends with a caddie he initially shortchanged after winning a tournament.

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

On Pro Football: In Colin Kaepernick Case, N.F.L. Makes a Familiar, Safe Call
As it did in 2013 in the concussion lawsuit, the league reached a settlement, hoping, probably against hope, for a troublesome issue to go away.

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

For Mikaela Shiffrin, a Triumph That Leaves Skiing, and Her, Breathless
Shiffrin, battling a lung infection, made a spectacular second run in the slalom to become the first Alpine skier — male or female — to win the same event at four straight world championships.

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

For Islanders and Fans, There's No Place Like Home, or Home
A team is playing in two parts of town until its new arena is ready, and would do so in the playoffs. Its divided-up fan base, though, is having fun in Brookiyn and on Long Island,

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

How the Donut Became Auto Racing's Favorite Celebration
Not everyone was a fan of the rubber-burning spins when they came to American circuits in the 1990s, but they were embraced with the help of two icons.

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

Emiliano Sala's Grieving Argentine Hometown Bids Farewell
The 28-year-old soccer striker died when the small plane he was traveling in went down in the English Channel.

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

Emiliano Sala's Funeral Is Held in His Argentine Hometown
The 28-year-old soccer strike died when the small plane he was traveling in went down in the English Channel.

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

For the Islanders, a Tale of Two Cities
Something about how the Islanders are leaving Brooklyn and going back to Long Island.

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

N.H.L. Roundup: Devils Rally From 3 Down, Giving Cory Schneider First Win Since 2017
Nico Hischier scored the winner in overtime against the Wild. The Rangers got 31 saves from Alexandar Georgiev and two goals from Vladislav Namestnikov in a win over the Sabres.

New York Times Sports
Feb 16, 2019

D'Angelo Russell Is Poetry on the Court. Take It From a Poet.
The Nets' All-Star point guard has a fan in Mikko Harvey, an award winner. They see the parallels in their crafts, sharing the tension between daring and safe.

New York Times Sports
Feb 15, 2019

N.H.L. Roundup: Rangers Top Sabres as Alexandar Georgiev Has Another Busy Night
The goalie stopped 31 shots, following a 55-save performance, and Vladislav Namestnikov scored twice in a 6-2 victory.

New York Times Sports
Feb 15, 2019

U.S. Looks to an Italian to Put Biathletes on the Olympic Podium
As the World Cup arrives in Utah, Armin Auchentaller tries to spread the gospel of biathlon to the United States, which has never won an Olympic medal in the sport.

New York Times Sports
Feb 15, 2019

Sports of The Times: Colin Kaepernick Is Silenced by a Settlement, but His Knee Spoke Volumes
The former star quarterback took on the hostile forces of a league and a president with dignity. A confidential agreement seems an unsatisfying conclusion.

New York Times Sports
Feb 15, 2019

Luis Severino Agrees to 4-Year Deal as Yankees Try to Lock Up Young Core
Severino, who came to terms with the club just before an arbitration hearing, is the first of several young stars the Yankees will be negotiating with.

New York Times Sports
Feb 15, 2019

On Baseball: Why Are the Nationals Different? Here Are 140 Million Reasons
Some teams sat tight this winter, but Washington aggressively signed players, topped by Patrick Corbin's $140 million deal. Now if only Bryce Harper decides to re-up.

New York Times Sports
Feb 15, 2019

A Timeline of Colin Kaepernick vs. the N.F.L.
Key moments in Kaepernick's protests during the national anthem and the league's response.

New York Times Sports
Feb 15, 2019

On Second Thought, Matt Kuchar Will Give His Caddie a Lot More Money
The caddie, David Giral Ortiz, received $5,000 when Kuchar won $1.296 million at the Mayakoba Classic in November. A typical caddie fee would have been about $130,000, or 10 percent of the winnings.

New York Times Sports
Feb 15, 2019

Pelicans Fire General Manager Dell Demps Amid Anthony Davis Trade Drama
Demps had been under a fiery spotlight since Davis requested a trade in January. His standing only grew worse in recent weeks as Davis stayed put.

New York Times Sports
Feb 15, 2019

Colin Kaepernick and the N.F.L. Settle Collusion Case
The league said it reached a confidentiality agreement barring it and Kaepernick from discussing the terms of the settlement.

New York Times Sports
Feb 15, 2019

On Pro Basketball: Finally, the N.B.A. Comes to Charlotte
A controversial bathroom bill passed in 2016 caused sports organizations to abandon North Carolina. A partial repeal brought them back.

New York Times Sports
Feb 15, 2019

Keeping Score: Knicks Come Up Short Again: Not Even the Worst Team of Last 20 Years
Just a little context for a dreadful season: By some measures, the Knicks have a ways to go to sink lower in the N.B.A. cellar.

New York Times Sports
Feb 15, 2019

A Fat Check for Matt Kuchar Yielded a Slim Bonus for His Caddie in Mexico
The caddie, David Giral Ortiz, received $5,000 when Kuchar won $1.296 million at the Mayakoba Classic in November. A typical caddie fee would have been about $130,000, or 10 percent of the winnings.

New York Times Sports
Feb 14, 2019

N.H.L. Roundup: Islanders, as Usual, Put the Stop to an Opposing Offense
Thomas Greiss stopped all 31 shots he faced, and Casey Cizikas scored twice in a 3-0 win against the Blue Jackets. The Devils lost to the Blackhawks, 5-2.

New York Times Sports
Feb 14, 2019

Knicks End Franchise-Worst Losing Streak With Win Over Hawks
Dennis Smith Jr. led with 19 points as the Knicks got their first victory since Jan. 4.

New York Times Sports
Feb 14, 2019

Islanders 3, Blue Jackets 0: Islanders, as Usual, Put the Stop to an Opposing Offense
Thomas Greiss stopped all 31 shots he faced, and Casey Cizikas scored twice in a victory against the Blue Jackets.

New York Times Sports
Feb 14, 2019

On Baseball: Jacob deGrom Wants to Stay in Queens. What More Do the Mets Need to Know?
The Mets have still not offered their Cy Young Award-winning ace a contract extension despite having a clear picture of his talent and value.

New York Times Sports
Feb 14, 2019

Gary Sanchez Enters Yankees Camp in Great Shape, but Still an Enigma
The catcher is healthier than he was at any point in 2018, but until games begin, there is no way of knowing what to expect from the former All-Star.

New York Times Sports
Feb 14, 2019

Mikaela Shiffrin Can't Beat Wind or Rivals in the Giant Slalom
Petra Vlhova won Slovakia's first world title after finishing 0.14 seconds ahead of Viktoria Rebensburg in a giant slalom.Shiffrin won the bronze medal, 0.38 seconds back.

New York Times Sports
Feb 14, 2019

The Flyers' Goalie-Go-Round May Have Discovered a Star
Injuries have forced Philadelphia to use seven goalies this season, tying an N.H.L. record. But out of that mayhem, Carter Hart is emerging as a difference maker.

New York Times Sports
Feb 14, 2019

M.L.S. Commissioner Don Garber Gets Five-Year Contract Extension
Garber, who has overseen a wave of expansion that has more than doubled the size of the league since he took over in 1999, will remain through the 2023 season.

New York Times Sports
Feb 14, 2019

Tiger Woods and the Blind Long Snapper: A Mutually Inspiring Reunion
Jake Olson, a lineman at U.S.C., received a letter from Woods after snapping the ball for an extra point in 2017. On Wednesday, the two chatted before the Genesis Open.

New York Times Sports
Feb 14, 2019

Barely Drawing a Whisper Where Hockey Is the Talk of the Town
The Toronto Furies of the Canadian Women's Hockey League attract few fans and little money. A former goalie has made it her mission to put the team on better footing.

New York Times Sports
Feb 14, 2019

On Pro Basketball: LeBron James Was Supposed to Make the Lakers Great. But When?
This was supposed to be the year Los Angeles, behind James, reclaimed the N.B.A. Five months of drama have a young core wondering when the fun begins.

New York Times Sports
Feb 13, 2019

Yankees Enter Spring Training With a Bitter Taste and High Expectations
After falling short against the eventual champion Boston Red Sox last fall, the Yankees have bolstered an already-strong roster. Will it be enough for a 28th title?

New York Times Sports
Feb 13, 2019

Joe Flacco Is Reportedly Headed to the Broncos. But Mum Is the Word.
The deal, which can't be announced until next month, will result in Flacco taking over for Case Keenum. It also cements Lamar Jackson as the starter in Baltimore.

New York Times Sports
Feb 13, 2019

New Jersey Unveils New Limits on High School Football Practices
Players will be limited to 15 minutes of full-contact practice each week under new rules that state officials called the toughest in the country.

New York Times Sports
Feb 13, 2019

Enes Kanter Lands With the Portland Trail Blazers
The outspoken center, who was released by the Knicks last week, will come off the bench for a team that has worked hard to improve its depth.

New York Times Sports
Feb 13, 2019

In the N.H.L., Finland Is Now Here, There and Everywhere
A country of 5.5 million people is providing the league with a golden generation of young players, including Mikko Rantanen and Patrik Laine.

New York Times Sports
Feb 13, 2019

Roundup: Champions League: Tottenham and Real Madrid Post First-Leg Wins
Tottenham poured in three goals during the second half against Borussia Dortmund, while Real Madrid got a late winner in a tough battle against Ajax.

New York Times Sports
Feb 13, 2019

Pedro Morales, 76, First to Win Three Major Wrestling Titles, Dies
A hard-punching star of the 1970s and '80s, he was known as much for his kindness outside the ring as for his ferocity within it.

New York Times Sports
Feb 13, 2019

A Museum of Man's Best Friend, From Fossils to Virtual Reality
The American Kennel Club has opened its collection of all things canine in New York. Here is a tour of the art of the dog.

New York Times Sports
Feb 13, 2019

From a Church in Philadelphia, Sports Reference Informs the World
A network of sports data websites began when a Ph.D. candidate needed a distraction. Last year those sites generated a billion page views.

New York Times Sports
Feb 13, 2019

Zion Williamson and Ja Morant Lead College Basketball's Dunking Renaissance
Three-pointers continue to rise, but a collection of terrific athletes are sending college basketball back above the rim.

New York Times Sports
Feb 13, 2019

At Shiffrin's Alma Mater, Future Ski Champions for $58,000 a Year
The rarefied world of Burke Mountain Academy in Vermont has long produced many of the world's top skiers, including Mikaela Shiffrin.

New York Times Sports
Feb 13, 2019

Westminster Dog Show: King Continues Reign of Terriers
King, a wire fox terrier, was named best in bow at the 143rd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, marking the 15th win for that breed.

New York Times Sports
Feb 12, 2019

Westminster Dog Show: King Continues Terriers' Reign
King, a wire fox terrier, was named Best in Show at the 143rd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, marking the 15th win for that breed.

New York Times Sports
Feb 12, 2019

Your Favorite Dog Breed Did Not Win Westminster. Here's Why.
They get big cheers when they enter the ring, but some of the most popular dog breeds in America never win the Westminster Dog Show.

New York Times Sports
Feb 12, 2019

On Baseball: 10 M.L.B. Story Lines to Ponder as Pitchers and Catchers Report
While the baseball world waits to see where Harper and Machado end up, spring training is about to get under way, and there's plenty of intrigue to go around.

New York Times Sports
Feb 12, 2019

On Baseball: 10 M.L.B. Story Lines to Ponder While Waiting for Free Agents to Sign
While the baseball world waits to see where Harper and Machado end up, spring training is about to get under way, and there's plenty of intrigue to go around.

New York Times Sports
Feb 12, 2019

On Soccer: P.S.G. Outclasses United, at Last Blending Grit With Its Goals
Paris St.-Germain motored past Manchester United without Neymar and Edinson Cavani. It will need them back eventually, but on Tuesday it didn't matter.

New York Times Sports
Feb 12, 2019

‘High Flying Bird' Is Rich With Historical References. Here's a Closer Look.
Steven Soderbergh's latest, released on Netflix, is filled with allusions to the racial and political history of pro basketball. Read this guide after you watch.

New York Times Sports
Feb 12, 2019

Westminster Dog Show Photos: Best in Show and More
Westminster will choose this year's top dog on Tuesday night, but until then, the show, and the waiting, goes on.

New York Times Sports
Feb 12, 2019

Westminster Dog Show: When Good Dogs Behave Badly
Four dogs can become the first of their breeds to win Best in Show on Tuesday night, provided they are still on their best behavior.

New York Times Sports
Feb 12, 2019

Golf's New Rules: Few Players Know Them, Fewer Understand Them
Players worry that the weeks-old changes are confusing and open to interpretation, and not speeding, simplifying or growing the game.

New York Times Sports
Feb 12, 2019

Russell Westbrook, Paul George and ... Jeff Ruland? The Triple-Double Through Time
Many of the greatest practitioners of the triple-double recorded every one of theirs before the feat even had a name.

New York Times Sports
Feb 12, 2019

Your Favorite Dog Breed Probably Won't Win Westminster. Here's Why.
They get big cheers when they enter the ring, but some of the most popular dog breeds in America never win the Westminster Dog Show.

New York Times Sports
Feb 12, 2019

Your Favorite Dog Probably Won't Win Westminster. Here's Why.
They get big cheers when they enter the ring, but some of the most popular dog breeds in America never win the Westminster Dog Show.

New York Times Sports
Feb 12, 2019

Chloe Kim's Next Big Challenge: College
On Friday, about a year after being the breakout star of the Winter Olympics, Kim won her first world championship in the snowboard halfpipe.

New York Times Sports
Feb 11, 2019

Toronto's Kawhi Leonard Banks Home Game-Winner Against Nets
D'Angelo Russell had 28 points and 15 assists for the Nets, but his shot on Brooklyn's final possessions bounced off the rim, sending his team to defeat.

New York Times Sports
Feb 11, 2019

Soccer Player Who Faced Extradition From Thailand to Bahrain Is Back in Australia
Hakeem al-Araibi, who has refugee status in Australia, said he faced torture if sent back to Bahrain, his native country. He returned to Melbourne on Tuesday after Thai authorities released him.

New York Times Sports
Feb 11, 2019

Corey Maggette Accused of Rape at Duke by Fairfax Accuser, Friends Say
A woman who has accused Virginia's lieutenant governor of sexual assault told friends she had been raped by Mr. Maggette, a former N.B.A. player, while he was at Duke University.

New York Times Sports
Feb 11, 2019

Naomi Osaka Splits With Coach After Rising to No. 1 Ranking
Osaka, the winner of the two most recent Grand Slam tournaments, announced on Twitter she would no longer be working with Sascha Bajin.

New York Times Sports
Feb 11, 2019

Fairfax Accuser Told Friends She Was Raped by Corey Maggette
A woman who has accused Virginia's lieutenant governor of sexual assault told friends she had been raped by Mr. Maggette, a former N.B.A. star, while he was at Duke University.

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