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- Connor McDavid, 19, who has been compared to Wayne Gretzky, has led the team to its best start since the 1985-86 season.
- Lee Elia, whose tantrum in 1983 went viral without social media, stands as a reminder that baseball on the North Side of Chicago was not always a love story.
- Before Schwarber, no position player had ever gotten his first hit of a season in the World Series.
- The startling, double-digital declines in TV viewership raise questions about whether the football and soccer leagues have reached their peak.
- In the undefeated Wolverines’ seven games this season, Peppers, a leading Heisman Trophy candidate, has played 12 positions, including defensive back, quarterback and punt returner.
- Baseball scouts used to scrutinize Maury Lerner’s every move. Then F.B.I. agents were the ones watching.
- Mike Napoli, a free-spirited, 35-year-old former catcher, has helped lead three different American League teams to the World Series in the past six years.
- Linsanity reverberates today. We look back on it — the good, the bad and the gaffes — on the eve of Jeremy Lin's return to New York as a member of the Nets.
- Retracing part of the train route the Indians took in 1948 after winning their last World Series, on their way from Boston to meet the giddy denizens of Cleveland.
- The lawsuit against Dr. Larry Nassar is the first to name the renowned national team leaders Bela and Martha Karolyi.
- A jury found that the university defamed McQueary, a former assistant coach, after it became public that his testimony helped prosecutors charge Jerry Sandusky with child molestation.
- Look for productive games from quarterback Jameis Winston, running back Christine Michael and receiver T.Y. Hilton.
- The long-retired N.B.A. center recently spoke about the new Knicks and his team’s old philosophy.
- Among them: The Warriors may need time to jell, the 76ers may be competitive and the Cavaliers still have it.
- Marathon participants who walked part of their course were fresher and had faster average miles than those who ran all the way.
- Trevor Bauer struggled on the mound after a long layoff, but Cleveland’s problems extended all over in its Game 2 loss to the Chicago Cubs.
- Davis was dominant in his first game of the N.B.A. season, but he did not get enough help in a 107-102 loss to the Denver Nuggets.
- The Chicago Cubs have drawn the most viewers throughout the postseason, and that momentum carried into Tuesday’s series opener.
- Isaiah Thomas had 25 points and 9 assists as the Celtics survived a late scare to beat the visiting Nets, 122-117, in the season opener for both teams.
- Jake Arrieta guided the Cubs past the Cleveland Indians to tie the series at one game apiece before the predicted heavy rain arrived.