A man shot and wounded a female parking lot employee Friday between the stadiums that are home to the Kansas City Chiefs and Royals before killing himself, police said. Officers were called to a parking area between Arrowhead Stadium and Kauffman Stadium at 3:23 p.m., said police Sgt. Stacey Graves. Graves said the woman was taken to a hospital in critical condition and that officers found the man in a car, dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot. The shooting took place several hours before the Royals’ game against the Angels . . . Royals outfielder Lorenzo Cain is likely out for the season with a strained right hamstring sustained Thursday at Minnesota . . . The Mariners will give struggling starter Felix Hernandez an extra day of rest before his next start, pushing him back to Wednesday . . . Reds closer Aroldis Chapman said his pitching shoulder feels better and he expects to return in a few days.
Coyotes ink Doan for 4 years, $21.2m
Phoenix captain Shane Doan signed a four-year, $21.2 million contract, getting the deal in just before the league’s expected lockout. A holdover from the Coyotes’ Winnipeg days, Doan is the active leader in games played with one team, lacing up 1,198 times since 1995 . . . Vancouver signed Alex Burrows to a four-year, $18 million extension. The left wing had 28 goals and 24 assists in 80 games last season. He has spent his entire seven-year career with Vancouver, totaling 139 goals and 131 assists in 522 games. He also has 16 goals and 12 assists in 58 career playoff games, including a club-record three goals in overtime . . . The Stars signed goalie Kari Lehtonen to a five-year extension worth $29.5 million . . . The Capitals re-signed defenseman John Carlson, 22,to a six-year deal worth $23.8 million.He had nine goals and 23 assists in 82 games last season. . . . Nashville signed left winger Gabriel Bourque to a two-year, $1.55 million extension. Bourque had seven goals and 12 assists in 43 games as a rookie last season, and added three goals and two assists in 10 playoff games.
. . . Nashville signed left winger Gabriel Bourque to a two-year, $1.55 million extension.
Bourque had seven goals and 12 assists in 43 games as a rookie last season, and added three goals and two assists in 10 playoff games.
Ex-champ Hatton will return to ring
Former light welterweight and welterweight champion Ricky Hatton, 33, came out of retirement. Hatton, who formally retired last year with a 45-2 record having been stripped of his boxing license in 2010 after newspaper revelations of drug use, will make his comeback on Nov. 24 against an as-yet-unnamed opponent . . . Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. will defend his WBC middleweight title against Sergio Martinez Saturday in Las Vegas. Martinez is a 2-1 favorite in the scheduled 12-round bout . . . USA Boxing New England will face a team from Puerto Rico Saturday night at Anthony’s of Malden. There will be 10 live bouts in conjunction with the closed circuit telecast of the Chavez-Martinez fight. Rashida Ellis of Lynn will face 2012 Pan American gold medalist Kiria Tapia in the 132-pound weight class.
Penn State making proposed changes
Penn State trustees will move forward with a detailed evaluation of changes recommended by former FBI director Louis Freeh in response to the child sex-abuse scandal that tarnished the university’s reputation but will not do a detailed analysis of Freeh’s scathing report, which concluded late football coach Joe Paterno and three other school officials concealed child molestation allegations against ex-defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky . . . Paterno will remain in Brown University’s Athletic Hall of Fame after an independent board voted not to remove the 1950 graduate . . . Investigators found no evidence of child pornography on computers from the home of Minnesota State-Mankato football coach Todd Hoffner, charged with two child pornography counts last month . . . In MLS, C.J. Sapong scored to salvage a 1-1 draw for host Sporting Kansas City against the Houston Dynamo . . . Robbie Keane and Christian Wilhelmsson scored as host Los Angeles shut out Colorado, 2-0.
. . . Kevin Anderson won men’s singles and men’s doubles to lead the Sacramento Capitals to the World Team Tennis Western Conference title with a 25-15 victory over the Orange County Breakers in Charleston, S.C.