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The return to Torrey Pines for the 121st U.S. Open means another prime-time show along the Eastern seaboard, and that's happening with greater frequency for the U.S. Open.
Japan has been struggling since late March to slow a wave of infections propelled by more contagious variants, with new daily cases soaring above 7,000 at one point and seriously ill patients straining hospitals in Tokyo, Osaka and other metropolitan areas.
The Atlanta Hawks pulled off a playoff comeback for the ages against the Philadelphia 76ers to move within a victory of the Eastern Conference Finals, and the Paul George scored 37 pointes en route to a Game 5 win over the Jazz.
Cantpn's Allison Schmitt is headed to her fourth Olympics at age 31 after holding off Paige Madden by one-hundredth of a second for the runner-up spot behind winner Katie Ledecky.
Athens will play Hartland at 4 p.m. in the finals at DeMartin Soccer Stadium at Michigan State University on Saturday.
Authentic Brand Groups, which manages the Sports Illustrated brand, announced Wednesday it is teaming up with Venmo to launch SI Tix.
Acknowledgement and apologies are called for at UM. But understanding how such awful acts continued for nearly 40 years and preventing them from occurring again is paramount.
The last time the Tigers swept a series from the Royals in Kansas City, Justin Verlander, Drew Smyly and Rick Porcello were the starting pitchers.
No. 4 Allen Park is the highest-ranked team still alive in the tournament, despite having just one senior on its roster.
Eleven former Pistons are still on playoff rosters, including three with the Clippers and two each with the Nets and 76ers.
Don't expect Grosse Pointe University Liggett to buckle under pressure in its Division 3 state semifinal baseball game against Buchanan on Thursday.
Miller is rated a three-star prospect, ranked No. 79 among offensive tackles nationally, and No. 4 overall in his state.
The Tigers said Wednesday they will host "Detroit's Biggest Summer Baseball Bash" on Saturday, July 17, with all the hoopla of a typical Opening Day.