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Yankees rout Red Sox to avoid sweep

Bronx, NY ( – Alex Rodriguez knocked in four runs and scored once in the New York Yankees’ 14-4 win over the Boston Red Sox on Sunday night. Chase Headley and Stephen Drew each homered during a seven-run first inning for the Yankees, who avoided a three-game sweep. Brian McCann added a solo homer in the eighth. “I think overall ... Read More »

Jordan rules: Spieth wins Masters by 4

Augusta, GA ( – Jordan Spieth bogeyed the final hole on Sunday, but the only thing it cost him was a Masters record. Spieth closed with a 2-under 70 to win the Masters by four strokes. The win was his first major championship title. The 21-year-old Texan was the first to reach 19-under par at the Masters with a birdie ... Read More »

Red Sox beat Yankees in 19-inning marathon

Bronx, NY ( – Baseball’s most intense rivalry went to another level Friday night … or Saturday morning if you’re keeping score. The Red Sox and New York Yankees played the second-longest game by innings in their historic matchup, but in the end Xander Bogaerts scored on Mookie Betts’ sacrifice fly in the 19th inning to send Boston to a ... Read More »

Braves beat Mets late, improve to 4-0

Atlanta, GA ( – Phil Gosselin came to the rescue with a two- out, two-run single which helped Atlanta claim a 5-3 win over the New York Mets in the opener of a three-game set. Cameron Maybin homered and Chris Johnson added three hits for the Braves, who jumped out to their first 4-0 start in more than 20 years ... Read More »

Islanders clinch playoff spot

( – Due to Boston’s loss to Florida on Thursday, the New York Islanders clinched a playoff spot. The Islanders had Thursday off, but were able to grab a playoff berth after the Panthers downed the Bruins, 4-2. It’s just the third time in the past 10 seasons that the Islanders will skate in the postseason, and the team currently ... Read More »

Yankees score 3 in 8th to beat Blue Jays

Bronx, NY ( – Sometimes a little help from the other team is all it takes. The New York Yankees got their first win of the season with an odd rally in the eighth inning Wednesday night that included a bloop double, a couple of hit batters, a wild pitch and a deflected ground ball. At the end, it was ... Read More »

Mets’ Mejia out at least 10 days

Washington, DC ( – New York Mets pitcher Jenrry Mejia is expected to miss at least the next 10 days after being diagnosed with posterior elbow inflammation, Mejia was set to close out Monday’s 3-1 win over the Nationals in Washington, but instead was taken to the clubhouse with the team’s trainer for evaluation. He underwent an x-ray and MRI ... Read More »

Rangers clinch Presidents’ Trophy

Newark, NJ ( – Kevin Hayes notched a goal and two assists to help the New York Rangers clinch home-ice advantage throughout the upcoming playoffs via a 4-2 victory over the New Jersey Devils at Prudential Center. New York’s fifth win in a row secured the club both the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference and the Presidents’ Trophy, ... Read More »

Hernandez trial headed to jury after closing arguments

Fall River, MA ( – The murder trial of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez will head to the jury after the prosecution and defense presented closing arguments on Tuesday. Defense attorney James Sultan told the jury Hernandez didn’t commit the June 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd, a semi-pro football player from the Boston area who was dating ... Read More »

Duke rallies to beat Wisconsin for 5th title

Indianapolis, IN ( – Mike Krzyzewski celebrated with his players on the makeshift Lucas Oil Stadium court after a game that looked lost until it wasn’t. Duke’s fifth national championship came largely on the backs of two freshmen, just not the ones everyone expected. First-year guards Tyus Jones and Grayson Allen scored 29 of Duke’s 37 points in the second ... Read More »