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Yesterday β€” September 19th 2018Your RSS feeds

On Baseball: Kenley Jansen Plans a Huge Postseason, Then Heart Surgery

By TYLER KEPNER

The Dodgers closer lives with an irregular heartbeat that requires surgery.

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Croatia Holds Off U.S. in Thrilling Davis Cup Semifinal

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Borna Coric won the decisive match for Croatia, which will face France with hopes of avenging a loss in the World Cup soccer final.

Egypt Court Sentences 75 to Death Over Deadly 2013 Protests

By MOHAMED EZZ

A sit-in was staged by supporters of former President Mohammed Morsi, who was ousted by the military. At least 600 people were killed when security forces broke up the gathering.

A Hologram Hits the Runway

By GRAHAM ROBERTS

In the Times AR team’s first rendition of video that you can walk around, Ashley Graham is “a model in motion without the filters, the Photoshopping and the angles the fashion industry is used to.”

A Hologram Hits the Runway

By GRAHAM ROBERTS

In the Times AR team’s first rendition of video that you can walk around, Ashley Graham is “a model in motion without the filters, the Photoshopping and the angles the fashion industry is used to.”

The Deafening Silence of Colin Kaepernick

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN and TALYA MINSBERG

The former star is using social media savvy, and a total lack of interviews, to control the narrative of protests in the N.F.L.

The Deafening Silence of Colin Kaepernick

By BENJAMIN HOFFMAN and TALYA MINSBERG

The former star is using social media savvy, and a total lack of interviews, to control the narrative of protests in the N.F.L.

Sloane Stephens Beats the Heat and a Mysterious Opponent

By SCOTT CACCIOLA

Nobody was immune from the conditions at the Open on Wednesday, with temperatures again hovering in the mid-90s. Stephens won; Andy Murray didn’t.

Andy Murray Completes the Big Four Reunion at the U.S. Open

By BEN ROTHENBERG

Murray played a Grand Slam match for the first time in more than a year, beating 448th-ranked James Duckworth, 6-7 (5), 6-3, 7-5, 6-3.

Yankees 7, Orioles 5 | 10 innings: Yankees Dig Out of a Hole to Take a Win Against the Diminished Orioles

By BILLY WITZ

Home runs in the 10th inning by Neil Walker and Luke Voit, who had two in the game, pulled out a victory against the team with the worst record in the majors.

Mets 3, Nationals 0: Jay Bruce’s Bat and Jason Vargas’s Arm Fuel the Mets

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Bruce, in his return from the disabled list, hit a two-run homer and Vargas went six innings to deal the Nationals their second straight shutout loss.

On Soccer: Trained to Find Players, Bundesliga Insider Scouts for Scouts, Too

By RORY SMITH

Finding good players is an acquired skill, Bayer Leverkusen’s Jonas Boldt contends, one that can be learned by pretty much anyone. He should know.

A Pitcher’s Dizzying Movement: Five Teams in One Season

By PAT BORZI

Oliver Drake, a 31-year-old reliever, has struggled with his command this year. But he and his wife have gotten very good at packing suitcases.

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.

Love It or Hate It, There’s No Ignoring Tennis’s New Serve Clock

By BEN ROTHENBERG

At recent tournaments, the ATP and WTA Tours have implemented a countdown clock that will be used at the United States Open later this month.

Trump Blasts N.F.L. Players as Protests Resume During Anthem

By KEN BELSON and BENJAMIN HOFFMAN

Malcolm Jenkins was one of several players who protested before Thursday’s preseason games. Two players who knelt drew praise from Colin Kaepernick.

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