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Today β€” June 17th 2019NYT Sports

The Mets Get Plenty of Hits, and Not Enough Runs, in a Loss to St. Louis

By Kevin Armstrong

On a bad day for the Mets, Jason Vargas left the game with hamstring tightness. Things could get worse as they head out on the road.

Chile Goalkeeper Equal to the Task, if Not to the Team

By Rory Smith

The United States threw everything it had at Christiane Endler. She was prepared to stop almost all of it.

The Best Team in the World. And the Second-Best.

By Andrew Keh

Despite seven changes to the starting lineup that crushed Thailand, the United States won easily, qualifying for the knockout stage.

LeBron James and the Lakers Are All In for a Wide-Open 2019-20

By Scott Cacciola

A trade for Anthony Davis comes with enormous long-term risks, but Los Angeles has never been a place for patience.

Yesterday β€” June 16th 2019NYT Sports

With Edwin Encarnacion Trade, Yankees Double Down on Power

By Bob Klapisch

Starting pitching is the team’s most glaring need, but General Manager Brian Cashman chose to bolster the team’s already-potent lineup first.

Dale Greig, Early Women’s Marathoner, Is Dead at 82

By Richard Sandomir

Confounding the notion that long-distance running was too rigorous for women, she finished her first marathon in 1964; 19 of the men in that race didn’t.

Chile’s Road to the Women’s World Cup Started With an Indignity

By AyelΓ©n Pujol

Dropped from FIFA’s world rankings three years ago because its federation had not scheduled a match in two years, Chile’s women’s team now has a players’ union and a lot to prove.

2019 Women’s World Cup Live Updates: USA vs. Chile

By Andrew Das

Live coverage and analysis of the United States-Chile match at the Women’s World Cup in Paris.

Andy Ruiz Jr. Shocked the Boxing World. But Not His Hometown.

By Tim Arango

The “chubby kid” from the rough-and-tumble boxing circuit on the Mexican border upset Anthony Joshua to claim the heavyweight crown. In Imperial, Calif., though, they knew all along he was a “dangerous dude.”

Mets Defeat Cardinals as Jeff McNeil Saves Bullpen From Itself

By The Associated Press

After starter Noah Syndergaard left with a strained hamstring, Mets relievers almost blew a third straight game. But McNeil threw out a runner at the plate for the final out.

Yankees Homer Twice and Add Edwin Encarnacion, the A.L. Leader

By The Associated Press

New York is sending 19-year-old minor league pitcher Juan Then and cash considerations to Seattle. In the meantime, Gleyber Torres and Cameron Maybin went deep in a win against the White Sox.

U.S. Open: Time Is Becoming Even Less on Phil Mickelson’s Side

By Karen Crouse

Mickelson, who will turn 49 on Sunday, is facing the pressure of trying to win the only major title that has eluded him. He is 11 shots behind the leader, Gary Woodland.

Pelicans Agree to Trade Anthony Davis to the Lakers

By Scott Cacciola and Marc Stein

Davis, who asked to be traded in January, is headed to Los Angeles in exchange for young stars like Lonzo Ball and first-round draft picks.

Before yesterdayNYT Sports

White Sox Rout Yankees Behind Lucas Giolito and Eloy Jimenez

By The Associated Press

Giolito had his eighth consecutive winning start and Jimenez hit a pair of three-run homers, helping keep C.C. Sabathia stuck on 249 career victories.

Fernando Alonso Tries for a Repeat Victory at Le Mans

By Kate Walker

Still chasing motorsport’s elusive triple crown, he will return to Le Mans, where he was part of Toyota’s winning team last year.

Ben Keating Goes From Selling Cars to Racing Them

By Dave Caldwell

The Texas automobile dealer turned the gift of a track day into a racing passion, which is about to play out again at Le Mans.

Jackie Chan’s Team Tries to Repeat 2017 Le Mans Success

By Dave Caldwell

His two teams topped the LMP2 class and finished second and third over all that year. The team did not fare as well in 2018.

For Fernando Alonso, a Career of Victories

By Kate Walker

He started in Formula One as a young man and went on to win two drivers’ titles. He also won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2018.