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Matt Harvey Begins With a ‘Lot Left in the Tank’ and His Manager’s Support

Matt Harvey Begins With a ‘Lot Left in the Tank’ and His Manager’s Support

Pitcher Matt Harvey, left, with the Mets’ pitching coach, Dave Eiland, at the team’s spring training complex this week. Harvey’s velocity, earned run average and strikeout rate were affected by shoulder weakness last season.

Ohio State Gives Urban Meyer a 3-Game Suspension (and the Benefit of the Doubt)

Ohio State Gives Urban Meyer a 3-Game Suspension (and the Benefit of the Doubt)

Urban Meyer, Ohio State’s head football coach, at the Big Ten championship game in December. He has been on paid administrative leave since Aug. 1.

Brazil’s Joy Is Mexico’s Heartbreak in World Cup Knockout

Brazil’s Joy Is Mexico’s Heartbreak in World Cup Knockout

Neymar celebrated Brazil’s win while Mexico’s Miguel Layun and Hirving Lozano embraced after the game.

In Japan, 100 Years of Glory Days for High School Baseball

In Japan, 100 Years of Glory Days for High School Baseball

Hotoku Gakuen celebrated its win on Thursday during the annual national high school baseball tournament at Koshien Stadium in Nishinomiya, Japan. The single-elimination event concludes on Tuesday.

Unlikely Skeleton Duo Share an Obscure Sport and a Crazy Dream

Unlikely Skeleton Duo Share an Obscure Sport and a Crazy Dream

Anthony Watson, right, who is representing Jamaica at the Winter Olympics, worked with Akwasi Frimpong, who is representing Ghana, on Frimpong’s skeleton sled after practice.

Spanish Soccer Players Threaten to Block Match in U.S.

Spanish Soccer Players Threaten to Block Match in U.S.

Real Madrid opened its season against Getafe on Sunday in front of 48,446 spectators, its smallest home crowd in almost a decade.

U.S.A. Gymnastics Cuts Ties With Karolyi Ranch Training Center

U.S.A. Gymnastics Cuts Ties With Karolyi Ranch Training Center

The ranch owned by Martha and Bela Karolyi, gymnastics coaches who ended up guiding the American women’s team for years. The national team training center is on the ranch, where several gymnasts have said they were molested by the team doctor.

Eagles March Past Vikings to Super Bowl, Just as They Predicted

Eagles March Past Vikings to Super Bowl, Just as They Predicted

The Eagles’ Jalen Mills during Philadelphia’s win over the Vikings in the N.F.C. championship on Sunday.

Jerry West Just Wants to Feel Wanted

Jerry West Just Wants to Feel Wanted

At nearly 80, Jerry West, the former Los Angeles Lakers legend, is still trying to make his mark on the N.B.A. — this time for the Clippers.

Novak Djokovic Passes Heat Test at the Australian Open

Novak Djokovic Passes Heat Test at the Australian Open

The temperature reached 102 degrees Fahrenheit in Melbourne on Thursday, when Gaël Monfils, above, lost to Novak Djokovic.

Capitals’ Tom Wilson Tries to Shed Tough Guy Label for a New One: Go-To Guy

Capitals’ Tom Wilson Tries to Shed Tough Guy Label for a New One: Go-To Guy

In his first four N.H.L. seasons, Washington forward Tom Wilson was known more for spending time in the penalty box. This season he has career highs in goals, assists and ice time.

In a Busy Year, Malcolm Jenkins Raised a Fist and Checked All the Boxes

In a Busy Year, Malcolm Jenkins Raised a Fist and Checked All the Boxes

Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins has been at the center of N.F.L. players’ protests this season, fighting for criminal justice reform and addressing racial inequality.

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.

In Kyle Kuzma, the Lakers Found a Gem Late in the First Round

In Kyle Kuzma, the Lakers Found a Gem Late in the First Round

Kyle Kuzma had 38 points and no turnovers in 40 minutes as the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Houston Rockets on Wednesday.

Sorry, Canada: Parity Reshapes the World Junior Championship

Sorry, Canada: Parity Reshapes the World Junior Championship

Santeri Virtanen of Finland celebrating winning the gold medal on Saturday at the World Junior Championship in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Clipper Darrell Won’t Bow to King James. But He Wants To.

Clipper Darrell Won’t Bow to King James. But He Wants To.

Darrell Bailey, known as Clipper Darrell, is the most famous fan of the long-suffering team.


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