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A Brazilian Soccer Mine Strikes Gold at Last

A Brazilian Soccer Mine Strikes Gold at Last Renan Lodi’s arrival at Atlético Madrid has fulfilled his soccer dreams, but it also produced a payday years in the making for the scouting business that discovered him at age 13.

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Terry Cannon, Creator of an Alternative to Cooperstown, Dies at 66

Terry Cannon, Creator of an Alternative to Cooperstown, Dies at 66 His Baseball Reliquary collects quirky artifacts and honors people who wouldn’t ordinarily be elected to the more august Baseball Hall of Fame.

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Dustin Johnson, Surrounded by Young Challengers, Leads the P.G.A. Championship

Dustin Johnson, Surrounded by Young Challengers, Leads the P.G.A. Championship Collin Morikawa, a 23-year-old playing in his second major, shot a five-under-par 65 to join the chase ahead of Sunday’s final round.

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In Champions League, a Coach With the Right Résumé Can Still Get It Wrong

In Champions League, a Coach With the Right Résumé Can Still Get It Wrong For Europe’s superclubs, the bar for success hasn’t changed. What teams look for in a coach absolutely has.

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Tiz the Law Wins the Travers in a Runaway

Tiz the Law Wins the Travers in a Runaway The colt has now won six of his seven starts, including the Belmont Stakes, and will head to the postponed Kentucky Derby as the favorite after breezing to victory at Saratoga.

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At P.G.A. Championship in a Pandemic, the Silence Is Deafening

At P.G.A. Championship in a Pandemic, the Silence Is Deafening Many sports have returned to play without fans. Golf is deciding a major championship without them. For players used to feeding off the crowd’s energy and reactions, it’s just not the same.

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Pac-12 Players Say Commissioner Was Dismissive of Their Virus Concerns

Pac-12 Players Say Commissioner Was Dismissive of Their Virus Concerns The players, who have pushed for more-frequent virus testing and stronger protection of their status with the team, said Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott offered no concrete mandates for the league’s universities.

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Pitchers Are Creatures of Habit. A Season of Chaos Is Testing Them.

Pitchers Are Creatures of Habit. A Season of Chaos Is Testing Them. Some have resorted to throwing against mattresses in quarantine. Some have sustained early injuries. And all pitchers are trying to cope without their normal routines.

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Why N.F.L. Players Opted Out of the 2020 Season

Why N.F.L. Players Opted Out of the 2020 Season “I’m literally bear-hugging another creature on the other side of the ball every single play,” Leo Koloamatangi, a Jets offensive lineman, said. “If that guy has any symptoms, I’m going to get them.”

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Tiger Woods Putter Struggles Hinder P.G.A. Championship Round

Tiger Woods Putter Struggles Hinder P.G.A. Championship Round On Friday, Woods struggled with a new longer putter on the way to a hard-earned two-over-par 72. He finished eight strokes behind the P.G.A. Championship leader Haotong Li.

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