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    BIG BEAR LAKE, Calif. (AP) — Gennady Golovkin plans to go ahead with his rematch against Canelo Alvarez on May 5, even after Alvarez failed a doping test last month. But Golovkin also believes Alvarez is a cheater whose attempt to blame the test on bad meat is a joke and a symptom of more […]
  • Dodgers wait to hear how long Turner out with broken wrist

    The Los Angeles Dodgers might’ve caught a break with Justin Turner’s broken wrist. The All-Star third baseman is expected to heal without surgery, manager Dave Roberts said Tuesday. No definitive word yet on how long Turner will be out. Turner was injured Monday night when he was hit by a pitch from Oakland’s Kendall Graveman. […]
  • Ex-NFL player Jonathan Martin charged with teammate threats

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin was charged Tuesday with threatening two former teammates who had harassed him in the NFL and with threatening his former prep school classmates, Los Angeles County prosecutors said. Martin pleaded not guilty to four felony counts of making criminal threats and a misdemeanor charge […]
  • It’s a hit! Brewers re-enact ‘The Sandlot’ in video

    PHOENIX (AP) — Even before the start of the season, the Milwaukee Brewers have their first hit. Milwaukee released a 2-minute, 35-second video celebrating the 25th anniversary of the movie “The Sandlot” last weekend, featuring Brewers players dressed as characters from the film reciting the movie’s lines. Hank, the dog who is Milwaukee’s mascot, played […]
  • Spieth looking for a spark at Match Play

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Seven tournaments into the year, Jordan Spieth has two top 10s, two missed cuts and no serious chances at winning. He also sees no reason to panic just yet. Certainly not this week. His stretch run to the Masters begins Wednesday with the Dell Technologies Match Play, and while Spieth has […]
  • Els says Tiger playing well validates previous generational

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Tiger Woods has come close to looking like the player who ruled golf for the better part of 15 years, and Ernie Els is happy to see it. Never mind that Els was on the losing end to Woods more than any other player. He speaks for his generation of Phil […]
  • French Open prize money increases to more than $48 million

    PARIS (AP) — Total prize money for the French Open will go up by around 8 percent this year, with the men’s and women’s champions winning 2.2 million euros ($2.7 million) each, an increase of 100,000 euros. Roland Garros director Guy Forget says that the total prize money will reach 39.197 million euros ($48 million), […]
  • NCAA women’s tourney attendance at highest level since 2008

    NEW YORK (AP) — Dawn Staley and her South Carolina Gamecocks did more than just prepare for their opening-round games in the women’s NCAA Tournament. They did everything they could to make sure people attended. The team spent an hour Thursday night calling season ticket holders who hadn’t bought tickets yet for the first and […]
  • Aggies weather up and down season to reach Sweet 16

    COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — More than once in a roller coaster season for Texas A&M, coach Billy Kennedy was asked if things could get any worse for his team. It was something he wondered again and again as injuries, suspensions and inconsistent play had the talented Aggies clawing back from lows that good teams […]
  • Sweet 16 fresh: Culver at home, Z-Smith a 360 for Texas Tech

    DALLAS (AP) — Jarrett Culver grew up close to the Texas Tech campus with basketball dreams to play somewhere else. “I had dreams about going other places, and bigger places, stuff like that,” Culver said. Now he is going to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament as a freshman guard on his hometown team. […]