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Mar 19, 2019

Mike Trout Received a Huge Payday. But Others Still Dwarf Him
Trout agreed to the richest contract in North American sports, but even that deal wouldn't necessarily bring him into the highest tier of overall income for pro athletes.

New York Times Sports
Mar 19, 2019

Dellin Betances Joins the Yankees' Injured List
The reliever has an impingement in his right shoulder, and he is not expected to be available for the season opener on March 28.

New York Times Sports
Mar 19, 2019

On Baseball: Mike Trout Didn't Go on the Market. It Came to Him
Trout waited for other baseball stars to cut big deals and then, as usual, outdid them all with minimal drama.

New York Times Sports
Mar 19, 2019

On Baseball: Mike Trout Didn't Go on the Market. It Came to Him.
Trout waited for other baseball stars to cut big deals and then, as usual, outdid them all with minimal drama.

New York Times Sports
Mar 19, 2019

Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Offered a Deal That Would Drop Charges
The offer — sent to 25 men involved in the solicitation of prostitution case — requires admitting that Florida prosecutors would win if their cases went to trial.

New York Times Sports
Mar 19, 2019

Six N.C.A.A. Tournament Upset Picks to Enliven Your Bracket
Everyone has a bracket strategy, whether it's mascots or colors or coin flips. Why not take some risks when you fill out yours this year?

New York Times Sports
Mar 19, 2019

Former Auburn Assistant Pleads Guilty in Corruption Case
Chuck Person, once a top N.B.A. player, becomes the latest casualty in the college basketball corruption case.

New York Times Sports
Mar 19, 2019

Mike Trout and Angels Said to Agree to $430 Million Deal
The contract extension for Trout, a center fielder, surpassed the recent free-agent deal for Bryce Harper (13 years, $330 million).

New York Times Sports
Mar 19, 2019

Admissions Scandal Stokes Hard Questions on Recruited Athletes
The practice of allowing coaches to recommend athletes for admission helps build competitive teams, but a federal fraud case has prompted some administrators to call for more scrutiny of the process.

New York Times Sports
Mar 19, 2019

At Kansas, a No. 4 Seed Just Doesn't Feel the Same
The Jayhawks' 14-year run of Big 12 championships ended this season, but a depleted roster is a bigger concern as the N.C.A.A. tournament opens.

New York Times Sports
Mar 19, 2019

Japan's Olympic Chief to Step Down Amid Corruption Investigation
Tsunekazu Takeda faces scrutiny in France over payments that prosecutors say were bribes to help Tokyo win hosting rights for the 2020 Summer Games.

New York Times Sports
Mar 19, 2019

Syracuse's Onetime Heir Apparent Jolts a Struggling Washington
Mike Hopkins left Jim Boeheim and turned around the Huskies program in his first two years. He says he's in it for the long haul.

New York Times Sports
Mar 19, 2019

Japan's Olympic Committee Meets as Its Chief Faces Charges
Tsunekazu Takeda faces scrutiny in France over payments that prosecutors say were bribes to help Tokyo win hosting rights for the 2020 Summer Games.

New York Times Sports
Mar 18, 2019

Raptors 128, Knicks 92: Raptors Crush Knicks but Lose Kyle Lowry to Ankle Injury
Jeremy Lin led the Raptors in scoring, and Fred VanVleet posted a double-double, but a collision between Mitchell Robinson and Lowry left the All-Star guard hurting.

New York Times Sports
Mar 18, 2019

Yankees Add Insurance to Rotation by Signing Gio Gonzalez
The durable left-hander failed to land a lucrative contract elsewhere, so he agreed to a minor league deal with the Yankees. He can opt out on April 20.

New York Times Sports
Mar 18, 2019

ESPN Slips Up, Revealing the N.C.A.A. Women's Bracket Four Hours Early
For the second time in three years, an N.C.A.A. basketball tournament bracket leaked after it was provided to the network that paid to reveal the results. Among the revelations? UConn is a No. 2 seed.

New York Times Sports
Mar 18, 2019

San Francisco Mayor and Civic Groups Call for Punishment of Giants C.E.O.
The mayor, London N. Breed, backed a call by civic groups for "firm and appropriate action" to be taken against Larry Baer for a public altercation with his wife.

New York Times Sports
Mar 18, 2019

Relocated From a Park to a Football Stadium, the Miami Open Emphasizes Luxury
The moved and improved Miami Open, a top men's and women's tennis tournament, begins this week at Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins.

New York Times Sports
Mar 18, 2019

Jacoby Ellsbury Reports to Yankees Camp With an Injury-Clouded Future
Ellsbury, who is on a seven-year $153 million contract, missed all of last season and is still recovering from a spate of injuries.

New York Times Sports
Mar 18, 2019

‘Hello, Kevin Knox.' A Knicks Rookie Breaks Out.
Knox, 19 and still adjusting to N.B.A. life, scored 19 points in the Knicks' victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday.

New York Times Sports
Mar 18, 2019

On Baseball: The A's Look to the Corners, and Inward, for Another Improbable Run
Selfless attitudes may have been a big part of Oakland's unlikely 97-win season last year, but the infield defense of Matt Chapman and Matt Olson played a big role.

New York Times Sports
Mar 18, 2019

Scooping Itself, ESPN Leaks N.C.A.A. Women's Bracket
For the second time in three years, an N.C.A.A. basketball tournament bracket leaked after it was provided to the network that paid to reveal the results. Among the revelations? UConn is a No. 2 seed.

New York Times Sports
Mar 18, 2019

Six N.C.A.A. Upset Picks to Enliven Your Bracket
Everyone has a bracket strategy, whether it's mascots or colors or coin flips. Why not take some risks when you fill out yours this year?

New York Times Sports
Mar 18, 2019

Dominic Smith, the Mets' Sleeper at First Base
Smith's potential has been clear since he was drafted in 2013, but sleep apnea has hindered his progression. Now, he's finally taking his treatment seriously.

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

N.C.A.A. tournament: midwest region preview: Tar Heels Seemed Poised for a Run
North Carolina beat Duke twice and nearly did it a third time in the A.C.C. tournament. Is a Round 4 in the offing?

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

N.C.A.A. Tournament: Duke and the A.C.C. Rule the Bracket
The Blue Devils, Virginia and North Carolina received top seeds in a triumph for the Atlantic Coast Conference. Gonzaga was the fourth No. 1 seed.

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

N.C.A.A. Tournament: East Region Preview: Duke Is on Top but Can't Relax
Michigan State looms as the biggest threat in the region for a team that reassumed its favorite status once Zion Williamson returned.

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

N.C.A.A. Tournament: south region preview: Virginia as a No. 1, Take 2
The Cavaliers lost their opening game in last season's tournament. This year's team is a top seed again, and it might be even better.

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

N.C.A.A. Tournament: West Region Preview: Best of the West? It's Gonzaga
The only region with a non-A.C.C. No. 1 seed, the West is dominated by Gonzaga's play and Ja Morant's highlights.

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

N.B.A. Roundup: Giannis Antetokounmpo Makes It a Record Season for 50-Point Scorers
The Bucks star scored 52 in a loss to the 76ers. He became the 11th player to score at least 50 in a game this season, the most ever.

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

N.H.L. Roundup: Islanders Tie Capitals for First Place With Win Against Wild
Brock Nelson scored the winner in overtime for the Islanders. The Devils were shut out by the Avalanche, who got two goals from Tyson Barrie.

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

On Pro Basketball: LeBron James and the Lakers Keep Finding New Ways to Lose
As the Knicks roared back at home, James tried to take it upon himself to close them out. It turned into another addition to this team's scrapbook of mistakes.

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

Bianca Andreescu Completes a Stunning Run to the Indian Wells Title
The 18-year-old Canadian ranked 60th is the youngest player to win the tournament since 17-year-old Serena Williams in 1999.

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

Rory McIlroy Fends Off All Challengers to Win Players Championship
It was a race to the wire, with eight players holding at least a share of the lead on Sunday. But McIlroy, whose lowest finish in 2019 is sixth, closed out the victory.

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

College Basketball Roundup: Michigan State Loses Player but Finds Way to Rally Past Michigan
Auburn continued its mastery of Tennessee, St. Louis rallied to win the A-10's automatic N.C.A.A. berth, and Yale beat Harvard for the Ivy League title.

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

N.C.A.A. Tournament: Zion Williamson's Duke Is the Favorite as Top Seeds Are Revealed
Duke, Virginia and North Carolina received top seeds in a triumph for the Atlantic Coast Conference. Gonzaga was the fourth No. 1 seed.

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

Avalanche 3, Devils 0: Avalanche, Behind Two Tyson Barrie Goals, Defeat the Devils
Philipp Grubauer stopped all 22 shot he faced for Colorado, which helped itself in the Western Conference wild-card race.

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

How the Los Angeles Lakers Blew It
Maybe they were never going to win a championship this season, even with LeBron James, but they were not supposed to be this bad. What happened?

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

Nathan Chen's Yale Juggling Act
Some undergraduates head to Daytona for spring break. Nathan Chen, a Yale freshman, is heading to the World Figure Skating Championships.

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

Zion Williamson Caps Stunning Return, Leading Duke to A.C.C. Title
Villanova became the first team to win a third straight Big East tournament, Iowa State beat Kansas to claim the Big 12, and Tennessee won a showdown with Kentucky.

New York Times Sports
Mar 17, 2019

Johnny Manziel Receives Another Chance in the A.A.F.
The 2012 Heisman Trophy winner, who fizzled in the N.F.L. and was kicked out of the Canadian Football League, signed with the Memphis Express.

New York Times Sports
Mar 16, 2019

N.B.A. Roundup: Jazz Use Stifling Defense to Deal Nets Their Second Straight Loss
Donovan Mitchell scored 24 points for Utah, which held the Nets to 35 percent shooting. The Warriors defeated the Thunder despite being without Kevin Durant.

New York Times Sports
Mar 16, 2019

N.H.L. Roundup: Islanders, Losing to Red Wings, Fail to Gain in Division Race
Andreas Athanasiou scored twice for Detroit, which had lost 12 of its previous 13 games.

New York Times Sports
Mar 16, 2019

Players Championship: Jon Rahm Leads, but Rory McIlroy Eyes a Breakthrough
Rahm shot an eight-under-par 64 and is one stroke ahead of McIlroy, who has neared victory in five starts this year but has not been able to close. Tommy Fleetwood is also a shot back.

New York Times Sports
Mar 16, 2019

Players Championship: Jon Rahm Surges to Third-Round Lead
The Spaniard shot eight-under-par 64 and is one stroke ahead of Rory McIlroy and Tommy Fleetwood, the second-round leaders.

New York Times Sports
Mar 16, 2019

Red Bulls 4, Earthquakes 1: Alex Muyl Scores Twice as Red Bulls Awaken and Rout Earthquakes
The Red Bulls, who had the best record in M.L.S. last season, trailed at halftime against the team with the worst.

New York Times Sports
Mar 16, 2019

Rafael Nadal Exits, Giving Roger Federer a Day Off and a Final With Dominic Thiem
Federer on Sunday will face Thiem, who defeated Milos Raonic in three sets in their semifinal .

New York Times Sports
Mar 16, 2019

Red Wings 2, Islanders 1: Islanders, Losing to Red Wings, Fail to Gain in Division Race
Andreas Athanasiou scored twice for Detroit, which had lost 12 of its previous 13 games.

New York Times Sports
Mar 16, 2019

Rafael Nadal Withdraws From Semifinal Against Roger Federer
Nadal also said he would not play again until the Monte-Carlo Masters clay event in mid-April.

New York Times Sports
Mar 16, 2019

On Tennis: Bianca Andreescu Is Rising in the Tennis Rankings Ahead of Schedule
The 18-year-old surprise finalist at Indian Wells is part of a new wave of gifted Canadian teenagers with immigrant families and potential Grand Slam titles in their future.

New York Times Sports
Mar 16, 2019

Big East Roundup: In Two Different Kinds of Battles, Seton Hall and Villanova Reach Final
The Pirates defeated Marquette in a game that had three ejections and 85 free throws. The defending champion Wildcats needed overtime to beat Xavier.

New York Times Sports
Mar 16, 2019

College Basketball Roundup: ‘Superman' Zion Williamson Leads Duke Past North Carolina
The Blue Devils will face Florida State, which beat No. 2 Virginia, in the A.C.C. final. Florida beat No. 9 Louisiana State, and Michigan State gave Coach Tom Izzo his 600th victory.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

N.B.A. Roundup: Knicks, Without Dennis Smith Jr., Are Routed by Spurs
Smith sat out with a sore lower back in the eighth loss in a row for the Knicks, who will host the Lakers on Sunday. LeBron James was held out of Los Angeles's loss to the Pistons.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

A Star Princeton Player Has a Sense of Where She'll Be: The W.N.B.A.
Bella Alarie of Princeton has a chance to do something no Ivy League player has done in more than a decade: represent the conference in an extended W.N.B.A. career.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

College Basketball Tournaments: No. 2 Virginia Loses; Villanova Survives
Florida beat No. 9 Louisiana State, Michigan State gave Coach Tom Izzo his 600th victory, and top-seeded Virginia Commonwealth fell in the Atlantic 10.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

At Indian Wells, It'll Be Federer vs. Nadal for the 39th Time. Maybe.
With straight-set wins on Friday, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal set up a meeting in a BNP Paribas Open semifinal on Saturday. But Nadal's right knee may not cooperate.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

Jordan Spieth, ‘Getting Tired' of His Slump, Misses Another Cut
The three-time major winner did not reach the weekend rounds of the Players Championship, and he has missed three cuts in his eight starts this season.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

Los Angeles District Attorney to Investigate Horse Deaths at Santa Anita
Prosecutors, and the horse racing industry, are seeking to determine what has caused the deaths of 22 horses since late December. The process could shape the nature of the sport nationwide.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

Chiefs Investigating Violence Claims Against Receiver Tyreek Hill
The team said it was gathering information after news reports named Hill as a subject in a battery against a juvenile at his home.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

Renault Tries to Work Its Way Back to the Top
While the company deals with its chief executive's arrest, the F1 team is increasing its staff and its budget in an attempt to win again.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

After Crash Injuries in 2011, Robert Kubica Returns to F1
He was severely injured during the Ronde di Andora, but after eight years of recovery, he is now racing for Williams.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

As the F1 Season Begins, Ferrari Stands Out
In preseason testing, its car was deemed the fastest, but Mercedes, a close second, has a very focused Lewis Hamilton, the five-time drivers' champion.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

College Basketball Tournaments: Florida Tops L.S.U. in Last Second
Michigan State gave Coach Tom Izzo his 600th victory, top-seeded Virginia Commonwealth lost in the Atlantic 10, and Houston routed UConn.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

FIFA Approves Plan for New Club World Cup, to Europe's Dismay
The remaking of the competition from winter afterthought to potential summer moneymaker has led to a major breakdown in relations between FIFA and European soccer's governing body.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

At Yale, a Once Respected Soccer Coach Becomes an Enigma
Rudy Meredith spent nearly a quarter-century coaching soccer at Yale. Now he faces wire fraud charges in the college admissions scandal, prosecutors say.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

At Yale, a Crooked Soccer Coach Becomes an Enigma
Rudy Meredith spent nearly a quarter-century coaching soccer at Yale. In his final years, he began taking bribes to get students into the college.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

Yankees' Luis Severino Is Out Until May; Aaron Hicks Could Miss Opening Day
General Manager Brian Cashman said Severino would return in May "at the earliest," and Hicks's back issues have proven more serious than initially thought.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

On Pro Basketball: Looking for Arizona Basketball? It Graduated to the N.B.A.
Times are tough in the Pac-12, but the teachings of Lute Olson are carried on with the Warriors thanks to Steve Kerr, Andre Iguodala and Bruce Fraser.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

College Admissions Scandal: Your Questions Answered
Here's an overview of what we know so far about what prosecutors have called the "largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted by the Department of Justice."

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

Robert Kraft's Other Problem: Soccer
When Robert Kraft finishes dealing with solicitation charges in Florida, his soccer team could use some help.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

Robert Kraft's Other Problem — Soccer
When Robert Kraft finishes dealing with solicitation charges in Florida, his soccer team could use some help.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

Kareem Hunt Suspended Eight Games for Videotaped Altercation
The former Kansas City Chiefs star shoved and kicked a woman. He will pay a steep price, as will his new team, the Cleveland Browns.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

The N.C.A.A. Tournament's Forgotten Favorite? It's Villanova
Villanova has won two of the past three national championships and five Big East titles in six years. Yet few consider the Wildcats a top contender.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

Manchester United Will Face Barcelona in the Champions League
The other quarterfinals are Ajax-Juventus, Liverpool-Porto and Spurs-Manchester City.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

Once Yankees' Bargaining Tool, Troy Tulowitzki Is Now Their Bargain Shortstop
In 2010, Brian Cashman told Derek Jeter he'd rather have Tulowitzki as his shortstop. Nine years later, Tulowitzki is in the Bronx on a one-year deal.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

On College Basketball: R.I.P. to the R.P.I.: Selection Committee Breaks Out New Math
The Rating Percentage Index, long the measuring stick for the N.C.A.A. basketball tournament, gives way to a new metric: the NET.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

Trying to Change Pro Tennis One Signature at a Time
Maria Patrascu, never ranked higher than 600th, has emerged as the spokeswoman for those angry about rules designed to slash the number of pro tennis players.

New York Times Sports
Mar 15, 2019

Zion Williamson Returns in Style, Leading Duke to Victory Over Syracuse
The freshman superstar dominated his first game back from a knee injury incurred when one of his Nike sneakers split, and Duke advanced to an A.C.C. tournament semifinal against North Carolina.

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

Islanders 2, Canadiens 1: Islanders Beat Canadiens to Keep Pace With Capitals
Anders Lee scored the winner for the Islanders with less than three minutes left, and Thomas Greiss made 33 saves.

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

Zion Williamson Returns to the Court for Duke
The freshman superstar missed three weeks of playing because of a knee injury incurred when one of his Nike sneakers split open during a game against North Carolina.

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

Belinda Bencic Is Bouncing Back, Forcefully
After being sidetracked by injury, Bencic, 22, has become one of the more feared players in tennis lately. She beat Karolina Pliskova on Thursday for her sixth win over a top-10 opponent in a month.

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

College Basketball Tournaments: Florida State Tops Virginia Tech in Overtime
Villanova won in the Big East quarterfinals, short-handed Nebraska upset Maryland in the Big Ten, and Kansas State rallied in the Big 12.

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

One Canceled Flight Upends the N.W.H.L. Playoffs
The Metropolitan Riveters missed their plane to last weekend's semifinal. Now some players will miss the makeup game because of the tough financial landscape in pro women's hockey.

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

Can Phil Mickelson Chew His Way Back to the Top?
Always looking for an edge, Mickelson has been chomping on gum on the golf course to improve his focus. Really.

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

Charlie Whiting, Formula One Race Director, Is Dead at 66
A beloved figure, he spent decades in the sport, overseeing new safety measures and technical innovations and acting as the starter for all grands prix.

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

Santa Anita Bans Drugs and Whips After Spate of Horse Deaths
One of horse racing's premier tracks took action after yet another horse died, the 22nd in six weeks, an unusually high number.

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

Formula One Race Director Dies
Charlie Whiting, who died as a result of a pulmonary embolism, had been part of Formula One for decades and was beloved by its drivers.

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

One Sure Bet for Triple Crown Season: Bob Baffert Will Contend. Again.
The trainer has 17 nominated horses for this year's Triple Crown races, including three of the top contenders.

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

Your Questions on the College Admission Scandal, Answered.
Here's an overview of what we know so far about what prosecutors have called the "largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted by the Department of Justice."

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

Baseball Changes Several Rules and Agrees to Start C.B.A. Negotiations
Major League Baseball and the players' union announced several rule changes that will affect the trading deadline, the All-Star Game, roster size and on-field strategy.

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

Bribes and Big-Time Sports: U.S.C. Finds Itself, Once Again, Facing Scandal
For years, U.S.C. worked to overcome a reputation as a party school for rich students, and became a top-tier university. Lately, it has been at the center of one scandal after another.

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

Your Questions on the College Admission Scandal, Answered. By Us. Without Cheating.
Here's an overview of what we know so far about what prosecutors have called the "largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted by the Department of Justice."

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

A Top Scorer Changes the Definition of the Complete Player
"A lot of people in my position wouldn't want to say anything," Marquette guard Markus Howard, the Big East player of the year, said of going public about his decision to seek mental health counseling.

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

On Pro Basketball: DeMarcus Cousins and the Golden State Soap Opera
Scoring down low, passing out of the post, setting meaty screens — Cousins does things that the Warriors have seldom featured.

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

On Baseball: As Yankees Loom, the Red Sox Double Down on a Reliable Set of Arms
The defending World Series champions eschewed upgrades this off-season, electing to stick with a starting rotation that went above and beyond during their title run.

New York Times Sports
Mar 14, 2019

The 145-Pound Long Snapper and Other Tales of College Admissions Puffery
The admissions scandal involved lies about sports exploits that should have been simple to detect if someone had bothered to look.

New York Times Sports
Mar 13, 2019

Five N.F.L. Teams That Have Already Shaken Up Their Rosters
Wednesday was the first official day of the year for the N.F.L., and the Browns, the Jets, the Raiders, the Bills and the Jaguars all looked remarkably different.

New York Times Sports
Mar 13, 2019

On Soccer: A Champions League's Changing of the Guard Leaves Behind Two Fixtures
As the late-stage regulars of the Champions League — Real Madrid, Bayern, Atlético — recede, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo soldier on as always.

New York Times Sports
Mar 13, 2019

On Tennis: A Wiser Naomi Osaka Adjusts to Stardom, Even as She Briefly Stumbles
Her first two tournaments since being ranked No. 1 ended in losses, but the young star is getting more comfortable in the spotlight.

New York Times Sports
Mar 13, 2019

On Pro Football: For Odell Beckham Jr., a Departure as Stunning as His Catches
In addition to losing a spectacular player, the Giants will take a big salary cap hit because of the Beckham trade. So where do they go from here?

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