4:35 PM ET The Los Angeles Dodgers and Hall of Fame first baseman Albert Pujols are in agreement on a major league contract, sources told ESPN on Saturday, confirming a report by the Los Angeles Times. Pujols, in the last year of his 10-year, $240 million contract, was designated for assignment by the Los Angeles
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4:58 PM ET Associated Press DOVER, Del. — Austin Cindric saved his car from a serious spin early in the race and dominated late Saturday at Dover International Speedway and won his third Xfinity Series race of the season. The 22-year-old Cindric showed flashes throughout his career on the one-mile concrete track that he could
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6:43 PM ET Associated Press BALTIMORE — Army Wife pulled off a mild upset win in the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes on Friday at Pimlico Race Course as embattled trainer Bob Baffert’s favored Beautiful Gift finished a well-beaten seventh. Mike Maker, a former assistant trainer for Hall of Famer D. Wayne Lukas, saddled the winner. Army
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10:05 PM ET Associated Press FRISCO, Texas — Dallas Stars center Roope Hintz will have surgery next week in New York to repair a tendon issue in his groin area that bothered him throughout the season while he was a point-a-game player. General manager Jim Nill said Friday that Hintz played through “an avulsion injury
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4:33 PM ET Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu and Kansas City Royals third baseman Hunter Dozier both left Game 1 of Friday’s doubleheader after they collided in the second inning, Dozier was placed on the 7-day IL Friday night after suffering a quad contusion and neck discomfort in the collision. Abreu is day-to-day
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10:09 AM ET HOUSTON — The bout to crown the next UFC lightweight champion is official. Charles Oliveira and Michael Chandler both made weight successfully Friday morning, coming in exactly at the 155-pound limit. The two men will compete for the vacant lightweight title Saturday night in the main event of UFC 262 at Toyota
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12:02 PM ET Phil Mickelson will not need to qualify for the U.S. Open after all. The five-time major champion, who grew up in the San Diego area near the venue for this year’s championship, Torrey Pines, accepted a special exemption from the United States Golf Association on Friday to play in the 121st U.S.
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12:25 PM ET Associated Press The Professional Women’s Hockey Players’ Association is forging ahead with its bid to establish an economically sustainable professional league in North America with or — for now — without the NHL’s full financial backing. In response to a Sportsnet report that the NHL was not in a position to operate
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Rookie wicketkeeper-batsman Indrani Roy from Jharkhand was rewarded with maiden Test and ODI call-up for India’s tour of England next month but senior left-arm spinner Rajeshwari Gayakwad missed out as she is recovering from COVID-19. The 29-year-old Gayakwad is also nursing an injury. The Neetu David-led selection panel made a course correction with teen batting
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9:47 AM ET Associated Press ROME — Rafael Nadal ended a run of three straight losses to Alexander Zverev with a convincing 6-3, 6-4 win over the German player Friday to reach the Italian Open semifinals. Zverev had beaten Nadal in straight sets at the same stage in Madrid a week ago, but their latest
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3:08 PM ET GREEN BAY, Wis. — Nothing has changed in Aaron Rodgers‘ standoff with the Packers, and nothing has changed in the way the team feels about its quarterback either. In fact, Matt LaFleur doubled down on his desire to continue coaching the reigning NFL MVP. “I’ve got nothing new to update, and we
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4:33 PM ET Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu and Kansas City Royals third baseman Hunter Dozier both left Friday’s game after colliding with each other in the second inning of Game 1 of a doubleheader between the teams. Abreu is day-to-day after leaving the game with a facial contusion, laceration and a bruised
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12:22 PM ET Associated Press FORT WORTH, Texas — – Texas Motor Speedway president Eddie Gossage is stepping down after overseeing the track since it opened 24 years ago. The 62-year-old Gossage said Thursday that his final event will be NASCAR’s All-Star race June 13, the first at TMS. He said that will be a
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