United States 1, Peru 1: U.S. Ties Peru, Showing Promise and Inexperience
A Josh Sargent goal and a late defensive mistake left the men’s national team to settle for a tie against Peru in an exhibition.
Red Sox 8, Astros 2 | Boston leads series, two games to one: Jackie Bradley Jr.’s Unlikely Grand Slam Buries the Astros
Bradley, a stalwart outfielder not known for his offense, delivered his second big hit of the A.L.C.S. to give Boston a two-games-to-one lead.
On Baseball: The Brewers, Bucking Convention Again, Seek Coaches With College Experience
In a sport that rarely looks outside the pro ranks for coaches, Milwaukee has two prominent ones with a background mostly in college baseball.
Giants Owner Wants ‘More Playing and a Little Less Talking’ From Odell Beckham Jr.
John Mara said he was disappointed in the Giants’ play this year, but that everyone on the team shared the blame.
Mary Bono Resigns After Just Days as Chief of U.S.A. Gymnastics
Bono was appointed last week as interim president and chief executive of the federation, which has floundered since revelations of sexual abuse by...
Our 2018-19 N.B.A. Predictions
The New York Times sports staff (and friends) agree Golden State probably will win another championship. But they disagree about everything else.
As a Team Owner, Paul Allen Liked to Do the Math on Winning
He was that kind of owner. He kept abreast of his teams and was even in the war room of the Trail Blazers’ draft day.
Karl Mildenberger, German Heavyweight Who Fought Ali, Dies at 80
He was not seen as a serious threat to the champion, but after lasting 12 rounds against Ali, he saw the fight, though he lost, as a capstone to...
How Fear of a Penalty Might Have Cost the Chiefs the Game
Breeland Speaks grabbed Tom Brady. It looked like a sack was coming. But he let him go, and Brady scored a touchdown.
For Japan, N.B.A. 101 Is Now in Session
The residents of the world’s third-largest economy know little about basketball. The league hopes to change that.
Does Manny Machado Run Too Hard, or Not Hard Enough? Maybe Both
The Dodgers star infielder is a free agent in waiting.
Brewers 4, Dodgers 0 | Milwaukee leads series, 2-1: This Time, a Brewers Starter Is the Ace in a Win over the Dodgers
Jhoulys Chacin went five and a third scoreless innings, upstaging the bullpen, and the light-hitting Orlando Arcia homered again in Game 3 of the...