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Silicon Valley Flocks to Foiling, Racing Above the Bay’s Waves Joey Pasquale, a 34-year-old tugboat captain, on his kitefoil. “Falling from four feet in the air at 40 miles an hour, the wipeouts are pretty spectacular,” he said. “I broke two ribs earlier this year.” Continued Use of Long Putter Raises Concerns on the Senior Tour Bernhard Langer, the top player on the PGA Tour Champions circuit, has had his putting technique called into question, but he has been cleared of any wrongdoing. Red Sox 5, Yankees 1: Yankees Fall to Red Sox as Aaron Judge’s Struggles Continue The Yankees’ Aaron Judge, batting in the third inning, went 0-4 on Sunday and struck out for the 37th game in a row, extending his major league record. Marlins 6, Mets 4: Young Mets Shortstop Learns the Cost of an Untimely Double Pump The Marlins’ Dee Gordon beating the tag from Mets second baseman Gavin Cecchini to steal second base during the first inning at Citi Field. He had two steals Sunday and has 43 for the season. Barcelona Salutes Terror Victims in Win Over Real Betis Chelsea’s Marcos Alonso with teammate Alvaro Morata after the first of Alonso’s two goals in the Blues’ 2-1 win over Tottenham on Sunday.
A First U.S. Title for Garbiñe Muguruza; Grigor Dimitrov Also Breaks Ground Spain’s Garbiñe Muguruza during her 6-1, 6-0 victory over Simona Halep of Romania in the women’s final at the Western & Southern Open on Sunday. Thousands of Players, Hundreds of Events and Little Reward Laslo Urrutia Fuentes playing a Futures Tour match in Most, Czech Republic. Urrutia, 27, has earned less than $30,000 in his career. Umpires Wear Wristbands to Protest ‘Abusive Player Behavior’ Chris Guccione, the home-plate umpire for the game between Tampa Bay and Seattle on Saturday, wore a white wristband as part of the protest. Caftans and Quivers: An Archery Competition 500 Years in the Making Ludvig Grausz: “I do this because I am Hungarian. Hungarian people walked the world. We are tribal people.” Does Time Capsule Hold a Ball Signed by Babe Ruth? They’ll Know in 2130 The laying of the cornerstone at Bloomingdale’s, at Lexington Avenue and 59th Street in Manhattan, in 1930. Current store executives were unaware that a time capsule had been sealed there.
Briefing: Justin Verlander Prevails in Pitchers’ Duel as Tigers Beat the Dodgers The Tigers’ Justin Verlander during the fifth inning against the Dodgers. Verlander went eight innings, gave up one run on two hits and struck out nine.