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For the Mets, It Could Get Crowded Behind Home Plate

By KEVIN ARMSTRONG

Wilson Ramos, a two-time All-Star, is the new No. 1. But the Mets are emphasizing depth, and Ramos could have two backups when the regular season begins.

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Travis Kauffman Is No Chuck Norris, but He Did Kill a Mountain Lion

By MATT STEVENS

The runner said the attack by a young cat in North Colorado won’t keep him from returning to the trails. But in the future, he’ll do so with a friend.

Review: Yuja Wang, Trying Comedy, Shows How Funny Virtuosity Can Be

By JOSHUA BARONE

In an evening of song, rap and piano-bench yoga, the star pianist swapped concertos for sketches with the musical comedy duo Igudesman & Joo.

Make That Zack Britton, Please

By VICTOR MATHER

The pitcher announced that after eight seasons in the majors as Zach Britton, he will now be known as Zack Britton.

Three Patriots Players Plan to Skip White House Visit After Super Bowl Win

By NIRAJ CHOKSHI

In interviews, Duron Harmon, Jason McCourty and Devin McCourty said they would not attend a White House celebration of their Super Bowl victory if invited.

Andy Murray Has Another Hip Surgery; His Future in Tennis Remains Unclear

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Murray had said the Australian Open might be the final event of his career.

Back From Tennis Purgatory, Lucas Pouille Defies Even His Own Expectations

By KURT STREETER

The Frenchman has restored his confidence with a run to the Australian Open semifinals. Can he beat Novak Djokovic?

Adam Long Wins Desert Classic, Denying Phil Mickelson

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Long, in his sixth PGA Tour event after kicking around golf’s lesser tours for years, made a 14-foot birdie putt on the final hole to prevail.

A Champion for Britain, and for Women’s Tennis

By BEN ROTHENBERG

Andy Murray rarely hesitated to speak up for women’s tennis. It will miss him, too, if he is retiring from the sport.

Serena Williams Turns Back the Clock in Easy Victory

By KAREN CROUSE

Playing at the Australian Open for the first time since she won it in 2017, Williams absolutely crushed Tatjana Maria, and she did it in style.

Andy Murray Loses at Australian Open but Won’t Say It’s All Over

By BEN ROTHENBERG

Murray said last week that he planned to retire at Wimbledon, or even sooner. But on Monday he left the door open to a return.

On Tennis: Andy Murray Gave His All. Which Is Why This Ending Hurts.

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY

Murray earned his place in tennis’s Big Four with his week-to-week consistency, his resilience and his all-surface brilliance. But an injury is about to drive him out.

Andy Murray Announces Retirement This Year

By BEN ROTHENBERG

Murray, the 31-year-old former No. 1, who has struggled with a hip injury for months, said he would stop playing this year.

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