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Dec 14, 2017

On Baseball: Derek Jeter Was Once the Captain. But Now He's the Apprentice.
In his new role as the baseball chief of the Marlins, Jeter has gutted the team, and only time will tell the wisdom of his early moves.

New York Times Sports
Dec 14, 2017

Mets Find Some Help for Their Beleaguered Bullpen
Anthony Swarzak is hardly a marquee name, but the 32-year-old right-hander could bolster a relief corps that had a miserable time of it in 2017.

New York Times Sports
Dec 14, 2017

Michael Pineda, a Yankees Enigma, Signs a Two-Year Deal With the Twins
Pineda showed promise but was largely inconsistent over his four years with the Yankees. His 2017 season ended early when he underwent Tommy John surgery.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

On Pro Football: In the N.F.L., Stability Comes With a $200 Million Price Tag
Desperate for continuity, and for a smooth transition when Roger Goodell retires, the league''s owners shelled out a huge sum to retain their commissioner.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

Eight Candidates Approved for U.S. Soccer Presidential Race
U.S. Soccer announced that eight of the nine announced candidates had submitted the required three nominations but declined to name them because it had been unable to complete background checks for at least two of them.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

Sports of The Times: Chris Froome Tests Positive, and Cycling History Repeats Itself
It''s hard to be surprised by the news that cycling''s most dominant rider has tested positive for a banned drug.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

Can Aaron Rodgers Get the Packers to the Playoffs?
Rodgers''s return has fans excited. But it''s going to be tough to make the postseason.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

On Pro Football: Goodell Gets $200 Million for Last Deal, Owners Get … Continuity?
Exactly what did N.F.L. owners get for the $200 million they just committed to Roger Goodell?

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

Tour de France Winner Chris Froome Failed Doping Test
Froome failed a test during the Spanish Vuelta in September and is facing a suspension from cycling.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

On Soccer: This Premier League Player's Position? Left Out
Fans think Stuart Taylor has it made: a Premier League salary and a job he is rarely asked to perform. But his long career as a third-choice goalkeeper isn''t the one he saw for himself.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

Knicks 113, Lakers 109 | Overtime: Porzingis and Knicks Upstage Lonzo Ball's Traveling Circus
In his first trip to Madison Square Garden as a Laker, Ball had a respectable night, but the Knicks edged out a win in overtime.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

With Stanton Aboard, the Yankees Unload Chase Headley
Headley was scheduled to make $13 million next season, so the trade, in exchange for a minor leaguer, lowers the Yankees'' payroll.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

Knicks 113, Lakers 109 | Overtime: Lonzo Ball Gets a Chorus of Boos as Lakers Fall to Knicks
In his first trip to Madison Square Garden as a Laker, Ball had a respectable night, but the Knicks edged out a win in overtime.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

On Baseball: Who Says the Mets Don't Have a Plan? It's Called Mickey Callaway
The Mets have seen their window as the headline act in New York close, but Callaway seems confident he can make a quick impact as manager.

New York Times Sports
Dec 13, 2017

On Pro Basketball: Jahlil Okafor Gets a Second Chance, and Nets Get a Bargain
Okafor, the No. 2 draft pick in 2015, lost his spot to Joel Embiid in Philadelphia but now has the opportunity to develop in Brooklyn.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

A Stylist's Lawsuit Rocks the N.F.L....and Bill Simmons
Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor are among those cited in a lawsuit claiming sexual harassment and assault.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Stylist's Lawsuit Rocks NFL Network, Leading to 6 Suspensions
Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor are among those cited in a lawsuit claiming sexual harassment and assault.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Bruce Brown, 80, Dies; His ‘Endless Summer' Documented Surfing
Mr. Brown''s movie became an unlikely hit when it was released nationally in 1966 and helped change the way surfers are perceived.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Bruce Brown, Documentarian of Surfing, Is Dead at 80
Mr. Brown''s movie 'The Endless Summer' became an unlikely hit when it was released nationally in 1966 and helped change the way surfers are perceived.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Victoria Azarenka Gets a Wild Card for the Australian Open
Azarenka''s ranking has dropped to No. 210 and she has not played since Wimbledon in July because of a child custody dispute.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Yankees Trade Chase Headley to Padres, Lowering Payroll
Headley was due $13 million next season in the last year of a four-year deal. The 33-year-old infielder returns to San Diego, where he began his major league career.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Latest on NFL Network Lawsuit: Donovan McNabb, Eric Davis Suspended by ESPN
Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor are among those cited in a lawsuit claiming sexual harassment and assault.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Oscar Pistorius Is Bruised in Prison Brawl
The South African prisons authorities said the altercation at Atteridgeville Correctional Center would be investigated and that 'appropriate action' would be taken.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Marshall Faulk and 2 Others Suspended by NFL Network Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations
Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor were accused of sexual harassment, and Faulk of assault, in a lawsuit filed by a former wardrobe stylist for the company.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

NFL Network Suspends Marshall Faulk and 2 Others Over Sexual Assault Allegations
Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor were suspended by the network over allegations in a lawsuit filed by a former wardrobe stylist for the company.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball Are Headed to Lithuania
Lonzo Ball''s younger brothers gave up any chance of playing college basketball by signing with an agent, and will now try to succeed against the pros in Europe.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

On Baseball: Giancarlo Stanton ‘Excited to Get Better Together' With Yankees
After years of losing, Stanton was unwilling to sit through an extended rebuilding process, so instead he will team with fellow slugger Aaron Judge in the Bronx.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

On Pro Basketball: Fix Lonzo Ball's Shot? Look to This Player for a Blueprint
Kevin Martin''s stroke in college was nearly identical to Ball''s unorthodox method, but Martin managed to slowly improve it and become an effective shooter.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

Fix Lonzo Ball's Shot? Here's the Blueprint
Kevin Martin''s stroke in college was nearly identical to Ball''s unorthodox method, but Martin managed to slowly improve it and become an effective shooter.

New York Times Sports
Dec 12, 2017

The N.F.L. Goes Deep With Mobile and Verizon
The N.F.L. and Verizon announced a $2 billion digital rights deal. Fans should love it. Longtime media partners, not so much.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Real-P.S.G. and Barcelona-Chelsea in the Champions League
The last 16 will feature marquee matchups for Real Madrid and Barcelona, the giants of the Spanish league.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Jets Quarterback Josh McCown Will Miss the Rest of the Season
McCown, who is enjoying the best season of his career, sustained a broken left hand on Sunday. Bryce Petty will start for the Jets next week.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Physical Culture | Gear Test, Rock-Climbing Pants
Lara McCluskey, a rock-climbing instructor for the National Outdoor Leadership School, tests five pairs while climbing and scaling boulders in Sinks Canyon State Park.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Physical Culture | Gear Test
Lynn Jennings, an Olympic runner, tests the latest step up in sock technology.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Physical Culture | Gear Test, Tennis Shoes
Jody Scheldt, tennis professional, tests lightweight tennis shoes.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Talking Through Their Gloves
Baseball players have a long history of trying to keep their signs and plays secret. But now when they're out on the field, they even chat through their gloves, just in case there's a lip-reader nearby or watching on TV.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Physical Culture | Gear Test, Aqua Socks
Testing aqua socks on Lake Union in Seattle.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Day 11 at the Open
David Ferrer defeated Juan Ignacio Chela and Novak Djokovic beat Carlos Moyá to advance to the semifinals.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Physical Culture | Gear Test, Fishing Vests
David Ellerstein, the owner and head guide of Jackson Hole Anglers in Jackson, Wyo., field-tests five new models of fishing vests.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Physical Culture | Gear Test, Kayaks
Scott Baxter, an owner of Great Salt Lake Adventures, tests five kayaks on Pineview Reservoir and Little Dell Reservoir near Salt Lake City.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Equipment: Gilded Frames
The new word for the finest high-performance mountain bikes is carbon.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Equipment: Tread Lively
Sports-inspired footwear from the world of high style.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

New Golf Rules Will Limit Impact of TV Viewers and Scorecard Errors
Effective Jan. 1, golfers will not be penalized two shots for an incorrect scorecard if they were not aware of a rules violation. And officials will not respond to most TV viewers'' calls about violations.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Giancarlo Stanton Deal Will Test the Yankees' Newfound Fiscal Discipline
The only team that has paid a luxury tax in each of the 18 seasons it has existed said 2018 would be different. Then Giancarlo Stanton became available.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

On Pro Football: With Carson Wentz Out for the Season, Eagles' Dreams Turn to Dread
Wentz, who has led Philadelphia to an 11-2 record, left the game with a season-ending knee injury that upended the Eagles and the N.F.C. playoff race.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Tom Savage's Return Raises Concussion Protocol Concerns
The Texans quarterback briefly returned to the game despite showing signs of a possible head injury.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Here's What We Learned in N.F.L. Week 14
The march toward the playoffs continues, as the battles for division titles in the N.F.C. South and A.F.C. West got considerably more interesting.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Real-PSG and Barcelona-Chelsea in the Champions League
The last 16 will feature marquee match-ups for the two Spanish giants.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

On Pro Football: Carson Wentz Goes Down, and the Eagles' Dreams Turn to Dread
Wentz, who has led Philadelphia to an 11-2 record, left the game with an ominous-looking knee injury that threatened to upend the Eagles and the N.F.C. playoff race.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Me Time: $75 for Three Minutes at Minus 230 Degrees? Sure, We'll Try It
Our columnist dons ear warmers, a surgical mask and giant wool mittens and gets into a cryotherapy chamber.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

What's the Fastest Color? Olympic Speedskaters Now Say Blue
Even Norway, famously red, is wearing blue at major competitions. Was the change based on science? Gamesmanship? Something else?

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

N.F.L. Week 14: Panthers, Chiefs and Jaguars All Win
The march toward the playoffs continues, as the battles for division titles in the N.F.C. South and A.F.C. West got considerably more interesting.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Dominic Smith May Still Have to Prove Himself, Alderson Says
Sandy Alderson, the Mets'' general manager, had criticized Smith last month but said the team was still 'very high on Dominic.'

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Broncos 23, Jets 0: Broncos Stifle Jets, Ending an Eight-Game Losing Streak
A week after racking up more than 500 yards of offense, the Jets can manage only 100 against a lackluster Denver team.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Eagles Beat Rams, but Lose Wentz to Injury
The battle of N.F.C. heavyweights delivered plenty of action, but the win came at tremendous cost to the Eagles if Carson Wentz is forced to miss time.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Eagles' Win Over Rams Clouded by Injury to Carson Wentz
The battle of N.F.C. heavyweights delivered plenty of action, but the win came at tremendous cost to the Eagles if Wentz is forced to miss time.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

On Pro Football: Joy of Eli Manning's Return Is Fleeting in Giants' Loss to Cowboys
Manning started at quarterback and the game was tied after three quarters, but Dallas exposed the injury-riddled Giants'' flaws and inexperience.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Lukewarm Group of Free Agents Has Some Teams Focused on Trades
Giancarlo Stanton is no longer available, but with the winter meetings set to begin, deals for other players could soon develop. Think Manny Machado or Josh Harrison.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Alan Trammell and Jack Morris Elected to Hall of Fame
The former teammates with the Detroit Tigers were elected by the modern era committee and will be enshrined in Cooperstown together on July 29.

New York Times Sports
Dec 11, 2017

Eagles' Carson Wentz Leaves Game With Injured Knee
Hit in the fourth quarter, Wentz stayed in to throw a touchdown pass but was then replaced by Nick Foles in a close game against the Los Angeles Rams.

New York Times Sports
Dec 10, 2017

Fly Fishing Targets Women as a Source for Growth
They are the fastest growing demographic in fly fishing but have to find proper gear, navigate social media and plan self-defense in the outdoors.

New York Times Sports
Dec 10, 2017

On Soccer: Three Points and Six Words: ‘We Won Because We Were Better'
Pep Guardiola''s Manchester City won by 2-1 at Manchester United, the surest sign yet that, even with half the season to go, the Premier League title is City''s to lose.

New York Times Sports
Dec 10, 2017

Bulls 104, Knicks 102: Knicks' Rally Late, but Can't Beat Bulls at the Buzzer
The Knicks scored 10 consecutive points to tie the score at 102, but Kristaps Porzingis''s last-second 3-pointer just missed.

New York Times Sports
Dec 10, 2017

Angels Unveil Shohei Ohtani, Who Exudes Promise and Prudence
Manager Mike Scioscia said the team definitely plans to use Ohtani as a pitcher and batter, but the details must be worked out for Ohtani''s first season outside Japan.

New York Times Sports
Dec 10, 2017

Heisman Trophy Goes to Baker Mayfield, Explosive Oklahoma Quarterback
Mayfield threw 41 touchdown passes and five interceptions and will play in the College Football Playoff. He previously finished fourth and third in Heisman voting.

New York Times Sports
Dec 10, 2017

Army 14, Navy 13: Kick Is Wide, and Army Beats Navy in the Snow
Army won its first Commander-in-Chief''s Trophy since 1996 on Saturday when Navy missed a field-goal attempt on the game''s final play.

New York Times Sports
Dec 10, 2017

On Baseball: The Yankees Will Always Be the Yankees, to the Delight of Only Some
The Yankees'' business model depends on must-see superstars. We have seen big acquisitions like Giancarlo Stanton''s before in the Bronx, but titles do not always follow.

New York Times Sports
Dec 09, 2017

M.L.S. Cup: Toronto F.C. 2, Seattle 0: Toronto F.C. Wins M.L.S. Cup, and a Little Redemption
Jozy Altidore''s goal in the 67th minute and a second goal by Victor Vazquez in injury time delivered a 2-0 victory over the Seattle Sounders in a rematch of last season''s championship game.

New York Times Sports
Dec 09, 2017

It's Sluggers Inc., as Giancarlo Stanton Joins Aaron Judge on the Yankees
The National League''s most valuable player adds another powerful bat to a lineup that already has Judge. But Stanton also brings a huge contract with him.

New York Times Sports
Dec 09, 2017

Giancarlo Stanton Will Join Yankees (and Aaron Judge), Reports Say
The National League''s most valuable player would add yet another big bat to a lineup that already has Aaron Judge. But Stanton also brings a huge contract with him.

New York Times Sports
Dec 09, 2017

On Baseball: Tommy John Would Love a Plaque to Accompany All of His Fame
Best known for the elbow surgery that is named after him, John now awaits the results of a vote on Sunday that could get him in the door at Cooperstown.

New York Times Sports
Dec 09, 2017

Giancarlo Stanton Will Join Yankees, Reports Say
The National League M.V.P. would add yet another big bat to the Yankees'' lineup — as well as a huge contract.

New York Times Sports
Dec 09, 2017

Two Teams Are Out on Giancarlo Stanton; Could the Yankees Be In?
The Marlins slugger used his no-trade clause to block potential deals with the Giants and Cardinals but is said to be willing to play for the Dodgers, Cubs, Astros or Yankees.

New York Times Sports
Dec 09, 2017

Two Teams Are Out on Giancarlo Stanton; the Question Is Who's In
The Marlins slugger used his no-trade clause to block potential deals with the Giants and Cardinals but is said to be willing to play for the Dodgers, Cubs, Astros or Yankees.

New York Times Sports
Dec 09, 2017

Shoehei Ohtani Could Be an Angel in the Outfield, and on the Mound
Seven major league teams made the final round in the bidding, and then the 23-year-old Ohtani made his decision. The losers included the Mariners, Dodgers and Cubs.

New York Times Sports
Dec 09, 2017

Shohei Ohtani Could Be an Angel in the Outfield, and on the Mound
Seven major league teams made the final round in the bidding, and then the 23-year-old Ohtani made his decision. The losers included the Mariners, Dodgers and Cubs.

New York Times Sports
Dec 09, 2017

On Baseball: Shohei Ohtani's Arrival Is a Departure for the Angels and Mike Trout
the signing of Japan''s best player could be a turning point for the Angels, a team still seeking the first playoff game of Trout''s career.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

Clint Dempsey on His Heart, His Career and Another Chance at a Title
Dempsey, 34, will lead the Seattle Sounders in a rematch of last season''s MLS Cup, a game he missed while under treatment for an irregular heartbeat.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

Judge Voids Loans to Impaired Players in N.F.L. Concussion Case
The players, part of the $1 billion settlement between the league and players, took out high-interest loans against their expected payments.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

News Analysis: Why Russia Tried to Cheat Its Way to Glory
Russia''s election meddling and its Olympic doping are at the heart of President Putin''s effort to recapture his country''s past.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

Report Into FIFA Raises Questions About Ethics Investigator
FIFA''s chief ethics enforcer failed to disclose a friendship with Colombia''s disgraced former soccer president, according to a report from one of Europe''s ruling councils.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

Everything You Wanted to Know About Baseball's Intriguing Two-Way Player
And now the questions to go with his signing: Is it Otani or Ohtani? Is he really a pitcher and a hitter? Is there precedent for such a player?

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

Shohei Ohtani Will Take His Two-Way Talents to the Angels
And now the questions to go with his signing: Is it Otani or Ohtani? Is he really a pitcher and a hitter? Is there precedent for such a player?

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

Jackson Had a Great Year, but Mayfield Will Win the Heisman
Expect Success to Trump Statistics

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

Golden State Warriors' Go-to Guy Doesn't Play a Minute
Laundry, luggage, logistics ... there are 48 minutes in an N.B.A. game and about 20 work hours in Eric Housen''s day as he guides the team from one city to the next.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

The One Claim That Rodchenkov, Doping Whistle-Blower, Retracts
Russia''s former national antidoping lab chief created suspicions about a Swiss colleague. 'He is completely innocent,' Rodchenkov now says.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

Kaepernick vs. the N.F.L.: A Primer on His Collusion Case
Colin Kaepernick has filed a grievance accusing the league of colluding to keep him out of work because of national anthem protests he inspired.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

As Fighting Fades in N.H.L., Panthers' Haley Survives on His Other Skills
Despite the league''s greater emphasis on skating than on muscle, Florida''s Micheal Haley still has a high-paying job in pro hockey.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

News Analysis: How Russia Cheats
Russia''s election meddling and its Olympic doping are at the heart of President Putin''s effort to recapture his country''s past.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

Hope Solo Joins Race for U.S. Soccer President
The former national team goalkeeper said, 'I know exactly what U.S. Soccer needs to do, I know exactly how to do it, and I possess the fortitude to get it done.'

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

Olympic Athletes From Russia, and the Politics of What They'll Wear
The International Olympic Committee hasn''t decided on uniforms for Russians authorized to compete independently, but that has as much to do with geopolitics as with design.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

On College Football: Leading Army's Running Game, Two Years After He Nearly Walked Away
Army quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw has come a long way: 1,472 yards this season, and much further off the field.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

Nets 100, Thunder 95: Short-Handed Nets Beat Thunder in Mexico City
After a trade earlier in the day, Brooklyn had to scramble, but with 21 points off the bench from Caris LeVert they toppled Oklahoma City.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

On Soccer: Style Points? José Mourinho Tracks His on the Scoreboard
Mourinho, who will lead Manchester United against Manchester City on Sunday, considers victory — not the way it was achieved — his primary concern.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

Mariners Acquire Dee Gordon, and Get a Better Shot at Ohtani
By agreeing to take Gordon''s salary off the books of the Miami Marlins, Seattle got an extra $1 million for their pursuit of Japan''s Shohei Ohtani.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

Using New Regimen, Noah Syndergaard Says He Has ‘Never Felt Better'
His 2017 season became a disaster after an April injury to his right lat muscle. But he has since changed his workout routine to improve his flexibility and speed.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

Jahlil Okafor Headed to Nets in Trade With 76ers
The Nets have two of the top three picks in the 2015 draft after adding Okafor, along with Nik Stauskas and a draft pick, in exchange for Trevor Booker.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

Gymnastics Doctor Who Abused Patients Gets 60 Years for Child Pornography
Lawrence G. Nassar, 54, a former team doctor for U.S.A. Gymnastics, has also pleaded guilty to molestation in a separate case.

New York Times Sports
Dec 08, 2017

Doctor Who Abused Gymnasts Gets 60-Year Sentence in Child Pornography Case
Lawrence G. Nassar, 54, a former team doctor for U.S.A. Gymnastics, has also pleaded guilty to molestation in a separate case.

New York Times Sports
Dec 07, 2017

Analysis: Fewer Russians Could Be a Windfall for U.S. Olympic Business
The Russian team won''t be in South Korea at the Olympics, which just might make these Games a bigger hit in the United States.

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