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Today β€” October 20th 2018NYT Sports

Brewers 7, Dodgers 2 | Series is tied, 3-3.: Brewers Come Alive at the Plate, Forcing the Dodgers to Game 7

By JAMES WAGNER

Milwaukee took a big early lead in front of a raucous home crowd, which will root Saturday for the Brewers to advance to the World Series for the first time since 1982.

On Pro Basketball: What Will It Take for the Knicks and Nets to Have a Real Rivalry?

By KELLY WHITESIDE

“They have to be good at the same time. Being bad at the same time doesn’t help,” Jeff Van Gundy, the former Knicks coach, said before the Nets won a thriller between the New York teams on Friday.

Saturday Night Bikes

By NORMAN MAYERSOHN and JOHNNY MILANO

Meadowlands Racetrack is usually home to thoroughbreds or harness racers. But on a recent Saturday, a different kind of horsepower was on display.

Yesterday β€” October 19th 2018NYT Sports

On Soccer: England Still Doesn’t Know What to Make of Marouane Fellaini

By RORY SMITH

Manchester United’s “warrior” midfielder is not artistic or subtle. But the scorn he often endures is not well deserved.

On Baseball: For Dave Dombrowski, Another World Series on the Path to the Hall of Fame

By TYLER KEPNER

Dombrowski, the Boston Red Sox’ president of baseball operations, has guided three franchises to the World Series.

Call It the John Isner Rule: Wimbledon Plans to Add a Final-Set Tiebreaker

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

The All England Club says it will introduce tiebreakers at Wimbledon next year when a match reaches 12-12 in the fifth set for men and the third set for women.

That Trendy Trick Play? The N.F.L. Has Been Doing It for Decades

By BILL PENNINGTON

The halfback or receiver option pass might be in vogue right now, but did you know the Cowboys pulled one off in the Ice Bowl?

On Pro Basketball: LeBron James Has Plenty of Patience. For Now.

By SCOTT CACCIOLA

In his first game with the Lakers, James worked hard to communicate with his teammates and build the chemistry they’ll need in the unforgiving Western Conference.

U.C.F. Is the Best College Football Team in Florida. So, Where’s the Respect?

By MARC TRACY

The College Football Playoff Committee snubbed the undefeated Knights last year. Central Florida still hasn’t lost. The next dynasty?

Q&A: Conquering Mt. Everest, Against All Odds

By ELAINE GLUSAC

Blind since he was 13, the mountain climber Erik Weihenmayer has reached the highest peaks on all seven continents.

Lakers Lose to Trail Blazers in LeBron James’s Debut

By SCOTT CACCIOLA

In a 128-119 loss, James made some thrilling dunks but it was not enough against a strong finish by Portland.

Broncos 45, Cardinals 10: Broncos End Losing Streak With Rout of Cardinals

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Denver returned two interceptions for first-quarter touchdowns on the way to a resounding victory.

Red Sox Reach World Series With David Price’s Playoff Breakthrough

By DAVID WALDSTEIN

Price threw six shutout innings, winning his first postseason start in 12 attempts and sending Boston to the World Series for the 13th time.

Steve Penny Asked F.B.I. to Help Protect U.S.A. Gymnastics’ Image During Sex Abuse Case

By SERGE F. KOVALESKI and JULIET MACUR

Penny, the former federation president who is charged with evidence tampering in the Larry Nassar abuse case, also discussed an Olympic job possibility with an agent who was investigating Nassar.

Marbella Ibarra, Pioneer of Women’s Soccer in Mexico, Found Dead

By ELISABETH MALKIN

Marbella Ibarra was the driving force behind Mexico’s first professional women’s soccer team. She had been missing for a month before her body was found.

Before yesterdayNYT Sports

N.F.L. Week 7 Predictions: Our Picks Against the Spread

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

The Rams shoot for 7-0, the Chiefs try to get back to winning, and Dallas hopes to ride Ezekiel Elliott to victory in a key division game.

N.B.A. G League to Offer Prospects $125,000 as Alternative to β€˜One and Done’

By VICTOR MATHER and KEVIN DRAPER

Eighteen-year-olds who previously played for Duke or Arizona may now be suiting up for the Fort Wayne Mad Ants.

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