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Vin Scully’s Farewell Should Be Heard Far and Wide

Vin Scully’s Farewell Should Be Heard Far and Wide

Umpires saluted the Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully before a game on Aug. 27. Scully will retire at the end of the season.

Don Cherry, Singer by Night and Golfer by Day, Is Dead at 94

Don Cherry, Singer by Night and Golfer by Day, Is Dead at 94

Don Cherry in 1953 at his first Masters Tournament, at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia. “I could always play golf, and I could always sing,” he said in 2002. “I loved them both.”

Where Camaraderie Never Gets Old

Where Camaraderie Never Gets Old

Harry Bogdos, 82, with the ball last week. The group's games trace back to 1972, when Bogdos and a friend started playing one on one at the old McBurney Y.M.C.A.

Cowboys Outlast the Seahawks in a Hard-Fought Wild-Card Playoff

Cowboys Outlast the Seahawks in a Hard-Fought Wild-Card Playoff

Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott passed for 226 yards and a touchdown and also scored on a 1-yard run in a playoff win against the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday.

Nathan Chen Has Taken the Quad to a New Level. Is It Good for Figure Skating?

Nathan Chen Has Taken the Quad to a New Level. Is It Good for Figure Skating?

Nathan Chen competing in Moscow in October. He is undefeated in tuneup events before the Olympics, but he has had some shaky moments.

P.G.A. Championship: Brooks Koepka Sits Atop an Intriguing Leaderboard

P.G.A. Championship: Brooks Koepka Sits Atop an Intriguing Leaderboard

Brooks Koepka followed his 63 on Friday with a 66 on Saturday and leads second-place Adam Scott by two strokes at the Bellerive Country Club in Missouri.

Cavaliers Dealing Isaiah Thomas to Lakers and Dwyane Wade to Heat in Radical Restructuring

Cavaliers Dealing Isaiah Thomas to Lakers and Dwyane Wade to Heat in Radical Restructuring

The Cleveland Cavaliers are trading Isaiah Thomas to the Lakers amid reported locker room tension.

As Titles Pile Up in Philly, the Flyers Wonder When It Will Be Their Turn

As Titles Pile Up in Philly, the Flyers Wonder When It Will Be Their Turn

Claude Giroux and the Flyers are facing the two-time defending champion Penguins in the first round of the N.H.L. playoffs.

In Brazil, Soccer Madness Seems to Be Moving in Reverse

In Brazil, Soccer Madness Seems to Be Moving in Reverse

With social and political problems weighing heavily, Brazil's enthusiasm for the World Cup is not as high as in recent tournaments, even though the team is among those favored to win it. Children are still playing, though.

Finding the Right Seat at the U.S. Open Requires a Strategy

Finding the Right Seat at the U.S. Open Requires a Strategy

With dozens of matches spread over 17 courts, fans at the U.S. Open can make themselves dizzy racing from one to another.

Can Cuba Baseball Still Be Great When Many of Its Stars Have Left?

Can Cuba Baseball Still Be Great When Many of Its Stars Have Left?

Cuba’s baseball team stood for the nation’s anthem before an exhibition game against the Tampa Bay Rays in Havana in March 2016.

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.

Victims in Larry Nassar Abuse Case Find a Fierce Advocate: The Judge

Victims in Larry Nassar Abuse Case Find a Fierce Advocate: The Judge

After opening her courtroom to athletes, coaches and parents, Judge Rosemarie Aquilina has prompted dozens more to share their stories of sexual abuse by the former sports doctor Lawrence G. Nassar.

In 2026 World Cup Bids, Bold Promises and Fuzzy Math

In 2026 World Cup Bids, Bold Promises and Fuzzy Math

FIFA President Gianni Infantino acknowledged Monday that revenue and cost projections for the 2026 World Cup were “optimistic.”

Another Day, Another Upset at Wimbledon: No. 1 Simona Halep Falls

Another Day, Another Upset at Wimbledon: No. 1 Simona Halep Falls

Hsieh Su-wei of Taiwan celebrated her win over Simona Halep of Romania in their third-round match on Saturday at Wimbledon.

Crossing Antarctica: 7 Takeaways From the Solo and Unsupported Journey

Crossing Antarctica: 7 Takeaways From the Solo and Unsupported Journey

Colin O'Brady pulling his pulk on Nov. 21, Day 19 of his trek.


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