The world of magic is also inclusive.
The world of magic is also inclusive.
Hyun Jin Ryu cruised into the seventh inning and Marcus Semien and Rowdy Tellez homered as the Jays beat the Yankees 7-3 on Tuesday night.
Few players had a more unusual trade deadline experience than new Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender David Rittich.
The two teams played on Tuesday after the game originally scheduled for Monday was postponed after Wright's death.
The league said in a release that the decision was made due to limitations on travel, border restrictions, and quarantining requirements.
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Cuban's Mavericks are in seventh place in the West, leaving them vulnerable to the play-in games.
Toronto Raptors forward Pascal Siakam discusses the work he's put in to getting his strength back and how it felt to play some point guard vs. the Hawks.
Gary Player's son has been banned from Augusta National after using a solemn ceremony as a chance to advertise golf balls.
Dreams of the underdog Denver Nuggets winning the franchise's first-ever NBA championship this season were dashed in the instance of rising star Jamal Murray's torn left ACL late Monday night.
Yu Chang received racist messages after making a throwing error in Monday's loss.
The second leg of the Champions League will get underway, with the quality of competition quickly ramping up.
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HOUSTON — Wilson Ramos hit two home runs and Renato Núñez and rookie Akil Baddoo each homered for the second straight game as the Detroit Tigers slugged their way to an 8-2 win over the Houston Astros on Tuesday night. Baddoo, a Rule 5 pick, is off to a scorching start to his major league career with four homers in eight games. Nomar Mazara also homered to give the Tigers a season-high five long balls as they won their second straight following a four-game skid. The Tigers spoiled the Astros debut of Jake Odorizzi (0-1), who got a late start to the season after signing on March 8. Detroit tagged him for seven hits and five runs, including three homers, in 3 1/3 innings to hand the Astros their fourth consecutive loss after a 6-1 start. In his first visit to his former team, Detroit manager A.J. Hinch won the opening two games, securing the Tigers' first series win against the Astros since July 28-30, 2017, and the first series win in Houston since May 2-5, 2013. Hinch was suspended for a year by MLB in January 2020 and subsequently fired by the Astros for his role in the team’s sign-stealing scandal before being hired by Detroit this off-season. Detroit starter Matthew Boyd (2-1) yielded six hits and one run in 6 2/3 innings. Yordan Alvarez and Yuli Gurriel hit consecutive singles with no outs in the second and Alvarez scored on a one-out single by Myles Straw that made it 1-0. But Boyd struck out Jason Castro and Jose Altuve to limit the damage. Those strikeouts were the first of 10 batters in a row retired by Boyd. He allowed a single apiece in the fifth and sixth innings. The Tigers tied it in the third with Baddoo’s full-count homer to the seats in left field. The ball landed in a sea of Astros fans clad in orange and navy jerseys. But a lone fan in a white Detroit jersey in the middle of the group collected it off the floor and beamed as he held it high in the air. Jeimer Candelario, who had two hits, doubled to open the fourth before Mazara’s homer with one out put the Tigers up 3-1. Jonathan Schoop singled and Núñez made it 5-1 with his shot to left field. There was one on and one out in the fifth when Ramos connected on his fifth homer this season to extend the lead to 7-1. With two outs in the ninth, he connected to right field again, this time off Nivaldo Rodriguez. UP NEXT Detroit’s Michael Fulmer (0-0, 2.57 ERA) opposes Lance McCullers Jr. (1-0, 1.80) when the Tigers try for the sweep on Wednesday night. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Kristie Rieken, The Associated Press
Goldschmidt, Arenado homer in 14-3 rout of Nationals
Pascal Siakam's 30-point effort and Malachi Flynn's late push weren't enough as the sluggish Raptors lost to the Hawks.
CHICAGO — AL Cy Young Award winner Shane Bieber pitched three-hit ball over nine innings for Cleveland while Lucas Giolito nearly matched him before the Indians broke through in the 10th to beat the Chicago White Sox 2-0 on Tuesday night. The matchup between All-Star aces sure lived up to its billing. Bieber struck out 11 and has fanned 35 in his first three starts of the season for the second straight year. Nolan Ryan set the record with 37 in 1973 and Gerrit Cole had 36 in 2018. Giolito also allowed only three hits and fanned eight. He was pulled after issuing his second walk to begin the eighth inning. Bieber walked one. Garrett Crochet (0-2) came on in the 10th for Chicago and catcher Yasmani Grandal interfered with Josh Naylor leading off, putting runners on the corners. After pinch-hitter Yu Chang flied out, Roberto Perez drove in a run with an RBI single. Pinch-hitter Amed Rosario added an RBI double. Bieber (1-1) struck out at least eight in his 15th straight game, breaking Corey Kluber’s club record in 2017. James Karinchak worked the 10th for his first save, retiring Jake Lamb on a game-ending fly to the right-field warning track. Eddie Rosario had two of Cleveland’s three hits against Giolito — a double in the second and an infield single in the fourth. RACIST TWEETS Chang shared some anti-Asian tweets he received after making a throwing error in the ninth inning that allowed the winning run to score in the Indians' loss Monday night. Chang, who is Taiwanese, posted some of the tweets on his account while asking for tolerance. Soon after, he received an outpouring of support from Indians fans and others. TRAINER’S ROOM Indians: Pérez apparently got crossed up by Karinchak and got hit in his right ring finger by a pitch. Pérez rose as if he was expecting a high pitch. UP NEXT The four-game series continues with LHP Carlos Rodón (1-0, 0.00 ERA) pitching for Chicago after being scratched from Monday's start because of an upset stomach and RHP Zach Plesac (1-1, 1.38) getting the ball for Cleveland. With Rodón ill, Dallas Keuchel pitched into the sixth inning Monday after having his turn moved up two days. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Andrew Seligman, The Associated Press
Blue Jays' offense backs Ryu in 6-3 win vs. Yanks
Marcus Stroman, Brandon Nimmo lead Mets over Phillies
Condensed Game: Marcus Stroman twirled six scoreless innings and Brandon Nimmo drove in three runs to lead the Mets to a doubleheader sweep
Condensed Game: Ramón Urías hit a walk-off single and Maikel Franco drove in 3 runs to lead the Orioles to a 7-6 victory vs. the Mariners