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Tiger Woods Is More Dogged Than Dazzling in His Return to the Masters

Tiger Woods Is More Dogged Than Dazzling in His Return to the Masters

Tiger Woods on the first green during the first round of the Masters on Thursday. Woods had hit his tee shot into the trees, but he ended up saving par on the hole.

Jose Reyes, of All People, Powers the Mets

Jose Reyes, of All People, Powers the Mets

Jose Reyes’s two-run homer was the Mets’ first home run since last Monday. The power drought was their longest since 2015.

Marcus Mariota, With a Play for the Ages, Leads the Titans Past the Chiefs

Marcus Mariota, With a Play for the Ages, Leads the Titans Past the Chiefs

In a critical play of the game, Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota dived for a touchdown after he caught his own pass, which was batted back to him by the Chiefs’ Darrelle Revis.

Nathan Chen Struggles in Olympic Figure Skating Debut

Nathan Chen Struggles in Olympic Figure Skating Debut

Nathan Chen falls on the landing of his triple axel in the short program portion of the figure skating team event on Friday

How This Lithuanian Outpost Lured LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball

How This Lithuanian Outpost Lured LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball

The new home arena for LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball. This is where Prienai-Birstonas Vytautas, a tiny club in Lithuania’s professional basketball league, plays its home games.

Clint Capela Found His Shot, and He’s Taking It

Clint Capela Found His Shot, and He’s Taking It

It took Clint Capela four months to make his first shot in the N.B.A. Now he leads the league in field-goal percentage.

What Was J.R. Smith Thinking on the Last Play of Regulation?

What Was J.R. Smith Thinking on the Last Play of Regulation?

Cleveland’s J.R. Smith dribbled away from the basket after a rebound late in the game. LeBron James tried to steer him the right way.

Jay Bruce Will Return to Mets on a 3-Year, $39 Million Deal

Jay Bruce Will Return to Mets on a 3-Year, $39 Million Deal

The Mets brought back Jay Bruce, right, whom they traded to the Indians in August.

Eric Wynalda Discusses His Financial Problems — and Everything Else

Eric Wynalda Discusses His Financial Problems — and Everything Else

“I propose a threat to a monopoly, because that’s what this is,” Eric Wynalda says about how he will revive American soccer.

Career Turn: From N.C.A.A. Star to Grammy-Nominated D.J.

Career Turn: From N.C.A.A. Star to Grammy-Nominated D.J.

Tucker Halpern, left, and Sophie Hawley-Weld, who met at Brown University, make up Sofi Tukker.

M.L.B. Puts a Limit on Mound Visits Per Game

M.L.B. Puts a Limit on Mound Visits Per Game

Astros pitcher Justin Verlander, left, with catcher Brian McCann during the playoffs last season. New limits on mound visits are an attempt to curtail the number of meetings between the pitcher and catcher during a game.

A Gay Referee Tries to Find His Place in Hockey

A Gay Referee Tries to Find His Place in Hockey

Andrea Barone in September. He is a referee in the ECHL, two levels below the N.H.L. A gay man, Barone wears a pride sticker on his helmet.

American Hockey Is at Home in Badger Country

American Hockey Is at Home in Badger Country

Jeff Sauer giving instructions to his players on the United States men’s sled hockey team at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Sauer, a former University of Wisconsin coach who died in February, was a longtime champion of disabled hockey.

Winter Drags On, With Free Agents Still Waiting by the Phone

Winter Drags On, With Free Agents Still Waiting by the Phone

From left, Lorenzo Cain, Eric Hosmer and Mike Moustakas at a Royals game last season. All are available as free agents, but none have signed.

New Rules for Bats Leave Youth Baseball Parents With the Bill

New Rules for Bats Leave Youth Baseball Parents With the Bill

In Waupaca, Wis., Ryder Vergauwen, 10, is still hitting home runs with his new bat approved by U.S.A. Baseball.

Kiki Bertens Heads to the U.S. Open on a Roll. She Hopes You Don’t Notice.

Kiki Bertens Heads to the U.S. Open on a Roll. She Hopes You Don’t Notice.

Kiki Bertens defeated top-ranked Simona Halep on Sunday to win the Western and Southern Open, the biggest title of her career.


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