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Today β€” August 20th 2018NYT Sports

Five Minor Leaguers Who Could Make a Splash in September

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is hardly the only top prospect ready to deliver on his minor-league promise should he get a call-up when big-league rosters expand.

Advertising: To Reach Men, Advertisers Dial In to Sports Radio

By JASON NOTTE

Sports is a niche area in radio over all, but it is increasingly attractive to marketers who want to reach an engaged audience that is primarily male.

Yesterday β€” August 19th 2018NYT Sports

On Soccer: Back From the Dead, Parma Embraces a Soccer Renaissance

By RORY SMITH

Three years ago, Parma’s soccer team had gone bankrupt and ceased to exist. On Sunday it makes its triumphant return to Italy’s Serie A.

Mets 3, Phillies 1: Jacob deGrom Goes the Distance as Mets Top the Phillies

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The Mets’ ace pitched his first complete game of the season, did not allow an earned run and lowered his E.R.A. to a league-leading 1.71.

Sam Mikulak Wins His Fifth National Gymnastics Title

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Eighteen months ago an Achilles injury threatened to derail Mikulak’s career.

Before yesterdayNYT Sports

Gymnasts Describe Emotional and Physical Abuse by a Prominent Coach

By JULIET MACUR

Several athletes say a coach in an elite program in North Carolina berated them and in some cases physically abused them.

Artists Explore a New Canvas: Tennis Courts

By ANDREW R. CHOW

Five tennis centers in the United States have received colorful makeovers this year from professional artists.

The Look: Inside the Ring of Underground Wrestling

By DEVIN YALKIN, BEN DETRICK and EVE LYONS

A community of New Yorkers has formed around controlled, costumed combat.

Yankees 7, Blue Jays 5: Yankees Win Behind Some Small Ball From Gleyber Torres

By WALLACE MATTHEWS

A three-run homer from Neil Walker and a solo shot from Giancarlo Stanton helped, too, but Torres’s groundout in the fifth provided the deciding run in a rain-shortened win over Toronto.

On Tennis: In Tennis’s Team Events, a Case of Quantity Over Quality

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

At first glance, the multiple team competitions sprouting up is tennis at its most dysfunctional.

ESPN Won’t Show National Anthem Before Monday Night Football Games

By KEN BELSON

ESPN’s president said the N.F.L. did not pressure the network to make the change, even amid continuing criticism of players who use the anthem to protest social injustice.

The Rise of the College Football Strength Coach

By ZACH SCHONBRUN

Beholden to the head coach, the strength and conditioning coach is often tasked with doling out punishment to players in the form of extra push-ups and sprints.

Extra Bases: When the Bullpen Is a Relief for the Opponent

By TYLER KEPNER

The Dodgers did not make a significant addition to their bullpen at the July trade deadline. Then they lost their closer to an irregular heartbeat.

Sports of The Times: Shoe Deals and Double Standards at North Carolina

By MICHAEL POWELL

North Carolina officials suspended 13 football players who sold their university-issued sneakers. But their aversion to shoe money does not apply to their own incomes.

On Soccer: Ronaldo Joins Juventus, and Everybody Wins

By RORY SMITH

Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival at Juventus could be a commercial, financial and structural victory for Italy’s Serie A. The whole world is watching.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Returns to the Racetrack and an Old Hobby

By DAVE CALDWELL

One of Nascar’s most popular drivers begins a second career as an analyst for NBC telecasts. As a boy, he announced Matchbox car races with friends.

Mets 24, Phillies 4 | Phillies 9, Mets 6: Mets Set Franchise Mark With 24 Runs

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Jose Bautista drove in seven runs in the first game as the Mets split a doubleheader with the Phillies.

Ronald Acuna Jr. Returns but Sees Home Run Streak End

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

The young outfielder appeared no worse for wear a day after he was intentionally hit by Miami’s Jose Urena, who was suspended for six games.

Rays 3, Yankees 1: Yankees’ Depleted Offense Barely Registers Against the Rays

By WALLACE MATTHEWS

With the bases loaded and no one out in the ninth inning, poised for a dramatic walk-off victory, the home team falls short.

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