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A Perpetual Bridesmaid Gets the Crown, and Germany (Mostly) Likes the Look

Bayer Leverkusen can win its first Bundesliga title this weekend. For its rivals, the real joy comes in seeing Bayern…

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Coaches Have to Be Salesmen, Too

David Moyes has established West Ham as a fixture in the top half of the Premier League and a regular…

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Prosecutors Say Ohtani’s Interpreter Stole $16 Million From Star

The interpreter, Ippei Mizuhara, was charged with bank fraud, after prosecutors said he stole money to pay his gambling debts.

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The Life of O.J. Simpson: A Timeline

He was a football star, actor, commercial pitchman, and a defendant in a gruesome double murder whose trial gripped the…

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Playing the Masters Is by Invitation Only. Here’s How Golfers Get One.

There’s a long list of possible ways, like being a past winner, but the creation of LIV Golf has complicated…

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Bernhard Langer, a Masters Stalwart for 40 Years, Sits This One Out

He first played in the tournament in 1982 and has won it twice, but a pickleball injury, of all things,…

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The Five Players to Watch at the Masters

Among them are golfers who have won the event before and have a good chance to do it again.

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Track Will Be First Sport to Pay Olympic Gold Medalists

Winners in Paris will get $50,000 each from track and field’s governing body, as Olympic amateurism continues to fade away.

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A Soccer Team Stopped Charging for Tickets. Should Others Do the Same?

When Paris F.C. made its tickets free, it began an experiment into the connection between fans and teams, and posed…

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50 Years After Historic Home Run, Hank Aaron Gets a Stamp and a Statue

The baseball legend hit his record-breaking home run on April 8, 1974. His statue will be unveiled at the Baseball…

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