Noah Syndergaard, who lasted only four innings against the Phillies on Wednesday, started out well but ran into difficulties the second time through the lineup.
David Fizdale, who will become the Knicks' coach, was most recently the head coach of the Memphis Grizzlies, but was fired in November after a sluggish start to the season.
A’ja Wilson is averaging 20 points a game in her rookie season in the W.N.B.A.
With a skate in the crease, Dallas’s Brett Hull made the controversial winning shot against Buffalo in the 1999 finals.
Mohamed Salah's image looks out over a café in downtown Cairo. “So many people come to see it that I tell people Salah is asleep to rest,” said the café's manager.
State Senator Joseph Robach shot free throws during a game in Rochester.
In 2016, Colin Kaepernick protested quietly before an N.F.L. game, causing an uproar. In 2014, before an N.B.A. game, LeBron James protested, without repercussion, the death of Eric Garner, a black man who had been held in a headlock by the police for selling single cigarettes.
Karl Meltzer, right, was congratulated by Scott Jurek, after breaking Jurek’s record for running the length of the Appalachian Trail.
Ayron Sequeira, the Golden Knights' senior director of entertainment production, on the phone attempting to secure a pregame flyover while Tyler Cofer handles props at their office.
D.J. Durkin, Maryland’s football coach, has been suspended while the university investigates accusations that players have been mistreated.
Belgium’s Greg Van Avermaet getting a kiss from a Tour hostess earlier this month.
At Westlake High School in Austin, Tex., Nick Foles was nearly as good on the basketball court as he was on the football field. His coach said he had the shooting ability, court vision and attitude to go as far as he wanted as a basketball player.
Detroit Lions players take a knee during the national anthem before a game against the Atlanta Falcons in September.
Nathan Chen had two bad days but one great one at the Pyeongchang Olympics.
Alabama wide receiver DeVonta Smith, center, celebrated his game-winning touchdown.
Madison Brengle, playing in Mexico in February, has sued the W.T.A. and the I.T.F. for injuring her right arm when a drug tester drew blood.
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