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Yankees 10, Orioles 8: The Yankees Get a Victory, if Not Encouragement Didi Gregorius rounding the bases Friday on a home run, his 27th of the season. Tiger Woods, Grinding Through Round 2, Keeps Share of Tour Championship Lead Tiger Woods on the fifth hole at East Lake Golf Club on Friday. On Pro Basketball: Can LeBron Bring Back Showtime in Year 1? Don’t Bet Against Him Is Your College Football Team in the Wrong League? Arkansas lost to North Texas last weekend. Now it has to face its SEC schedule. Extra Bases: A Rockies Ace Is Where He Wants to Be, on His Terms Kyle Freeland, in his second season, is 15-7 with a 2.95 E.R.A. for the Rockies.
The Giants’ Problems Start With the Offensive Line, Again Eli Manning, who has been sacked eight times in two games, fumbled after being hit by Cowboys linebacker Damien Wilson, right, during the second half Sunday night. Cubs’ Addison Russell Placed on Leave by M.L.B. After Abuse Allegations Addison Russell has been put on leave by Major League Baseball. Mets 4, Nationals 2: Jacob deGrom’s Quality Start Breaks a Major League Record Jacob deGrom has given up three or fewer earned runs, while pitching at least six innings, in 23 straight starts. M.L.B. Playoff Races: Yankees and Braves Close In on Berths The Yankees Aaron Hicks, right, celebrating his two-run homer in Friday's win with Aaron Judge. Letters to the Sports Editor Serena Williams complaining to Carlos Ramos, the chair umpire in the women’s U.S. Open final. Ramos first gave Williams a warning for receiving coaching from the stands, an accusation she strongly denied. Williams was then penalized for racket abuse, and Ramos ultimately penalized her an entire game for continuing to argue.
N.F.L. Week 3: Our Picks Against the Spread Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is making the N.F.L. seem easy. A Mexican Baseball Team Plays in Texas. It’s a Home Game. The Coach Says He’s ‘Built for Football.’ His Parents Worry About C.T.E. David Gavigan, 15, just after suffering a concussion on the football field. In Nascar Europe, Racing and America Share the Marquee Guillaume Deflandre of Belgium raced in an American flag fire suit. “Nascar is American,” he said, “and I love America.” N.B.A. Roundup: Adam Silver Urges N.B.A. Teams to Hire More Women Adam Silver, the N.B.A. Commissioner, asked teams to adopt some of the mandates given to the Mavericks after an investigation into incidents of sexual harassment and improper workplace conduct.
Q&A: For N.F.L. Star Brandon Marshall, Vacations Make a Point N.F.L. players and co-founders of Through Our Eyes while shark diving in Gansbaai, South Africa, in 2017. From left: Brandon Marshall, Omar Bolden, Tony Carter, Duke Ihenacho and P.J. Williams. M.L.B. Playoff Races: Oakland Pushes for Top Wild-Card Spot There was a lot of high-fiving in Oakland as the Athletics crushed the Angels, 21-3. Mets 5, Nationals 4 | 12 Innings: Mets’ Jose Lobaton Topples His Former Team in 12th Inning Jose Lobaton hitting a sacrifice fly ball in the 12th inning that stood up as the game-winner for the Mets. Red Sox 11, Yankees 6: Red Sox Win A.L. East Despite Giancarlo Stanton’s Grand Slam Craig Kimbrel, far right, and Sandy Leon celebrated the final out as the Boston Red Sox clinched the American League East title with a 11-6 win at Yankee Stadium on Thursday. Browns 21, Jets 17: Baker Mayfield Ends Cleveland Browns’ 635-Day Winless Streak Baker Mayfield came on in relief of Tyrod Taylor on Thursday and led the Browns to their first win since the 2016 season.