Maurizio Sarri: Chelsea’s Tuscan Son
The Italian manager cut his coaching teeth at tiny clubs in the small towns near where he grew up. He’ll carry the lessons he learned into his...
N.F.L. Preseason: What We’ve Learned So Far
Saquon Barkley, Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson impressed.
Yankees 7, Rangers 3: A Yankees Win Loses its Luster Thanks to a Closer Appearing Human
Aroldis Chapman continued his recent struggles, but he did enough to get out of the ninth and secure the Yankees’ fourth consecutive victory.
Thoughts of Jarrod Lyle Loom Over the P.G.A. Championship
Lyle, 36, died in his native Australia on Wednesday after enduring repeated treatments for leukemia over almost two decades.
Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins Raises Fist During National Anthem as N.F.L. Protests Resume
The Philadelphia star brought back the protest he famously did in the past after having taken the field for warm-ups wearing a T-shirt detailing...
Finally, Some Gay Pride From the Yankees
The Yankees are developing a series of events next season tied to the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising.
P.G.A. Championship 2018: Tiger Woods Off to a Slow Start
Woods was 1-over-par through his first 12 holes. Justin Thomas was among the early leaders.
He’s 9, a Chess Prodigy and Must Leave the U.K., Officials Say
The family of Shreyas Royal, who was born in India, is fighting to stay in Britain once the father’s work visa runs out.
Lance Armstrong bloodied and battered after fall while cycling Colorado trail
Lance Armstrong posted a photo on social media Wednesday of his bruised and battered face, the injuries sustained after wrecking his bike on a...
Yankees 7, White Sox 3: Yankees Keep Their Home Runs Away From Adam Engel, for a Change
Engel made two spectacular, home run-robbing catches against the Yankees this week, but on Wednesday Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Hicks hit it...
Umpire stops Yankees-White Sox game to remove insect from his ear
Wednesday night's game between the New York Yankees and Chicago White Sox had to be briefly stopped after a moth apparently flew into the left ear...
On Swimming: Katie Ledecky Crosses Into the World of Pro Sports. It Feels Like Home.
Ledecky will keep training at Stanford even though she is no longer eligible for college swimming, and she plans to work in the university’s Mind...