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Yankee Stadium Charity Is Called Into Question
Children at play on the baseball fields in Mullaly Park this month. The park is bordered by the No. 4 elevated train platform and Yankee Stadium.
FIFA Publishes Secret Garcia Report, Which Detailed Corruption in World Cup Bids
FIFA headquarters in Zurich.
A Welcome Payday for Obscure Teams in the Champions League
The New Saints of Wales advanced to the second qualifying round of the Champions League in 2015.
America’s Cup: How Emirates New Zealand Was Able to Rout Oracle Team USA
Emirates Team New Zealand clinched the America’s Cup on Monday, four years after it squandered an 8-1 lead.
On Baseball: For Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger, the Sky’s Not Only the Limit, It’s a Target
Cody Bellinger leads the National League in home runs and possesses speed, a strong arm and defensive acumen.
Yankees 6, White Sox 5: Yankees’ Jacoby Ellsbury, Back From Concussion, Swiftly Finds His Role
The Yankees’ Jacoby Ellsbury singled against the White Sox in his first game back since he sustained a concussion on May 24.
Russell Westbrook Wins M.V.P. at N.B.A. Awards
Russell Westbrook acknowledged the crowd after tying Oscar Robertson’s triple-double record in April.
8 Reasons the Big3 Might Succeed, and 6 Reasons It Might Fail
Trilogy, in red, played the Killer 3s in the debut of the Big3, a professional three-on-three basketball league, on Sunday in Brooklyn.
No Frills, No Crowds, No Money: The Lonely Road to Tennis Glory
Aleksandra Wozniak, left, shook hands with Claire Liu, who defeated Wozniak in the first round of an International Tennis Federation circuit tournament in Charlottesville, Va., in April.
On Sports: Picking a Baseball Team for My Baby Daughter
Sports Briefing: Teemu Selanne and Paul Kariya Head Hockey Hall of Fame Class
The Ducks’ Paul Kariya, left, and Teemu Selanne of the Sharks during an All-Star competition in 2003.
D’Angelo Russell, Happy for a Fresh Start, Is Ready to Lead the Nets His Way
D’Angelo Russell said he reached out to his new teammates, but he did not want to arrive “barking right away.” Instead, he plans to earn their respect.
Saints’ Nick Fairley Will Miss 2017 Season With Heart Problem
Nick Fairley, who had six and a half sacks last season, missed off-season practices because of symptoms related to an enlarged heart.
The Wacky Hats of Ascot
Wearing a hat is a tradition kept by many, and the wackier, the better. Here are some of our favorite looks from this year’s Royal Ascot race meeting.
N.B.A. All-Rookie Team Includes Four Foreign-Born Players
Malcolm Brogdon of the Bucks was the only American on the all-rookie first team.