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Carlos Rodón pitched the second no-hitter in the majors this season, and the 20th in White Sox history.

White Sox’ Carlos Rodón throws no-hitter, but loses perfect game in ninth

Rodón plunked Roberto Pérez on his back foot with an 0-and-2 slider with one out in the ninth.

Second baseman Jose Altuve was one of five Astros placed on the COVID-19 protocol injured list.

Five Astros on injured list because of COVID-19 protocols

GM James Click couldn’t say if a player had tested positive for COVID-19 or been exposed to someone who had.

WNBA Draft
Texas forward Charli Collier (35), blocking the shot of Baylor guard Te'a Cooper (4), will likely be a target of the Dallas Wings, who have the top two picks in the 2021 WNBA Draft.

Dallas Wings control WNBA draft with top two picks

It's the first time in league history that a team will choose both No. 1 and 2.

Matt Rambo (center) celebrates his game-winning goal for the Whipsnakes during the PLL championship in 2019.

Premier Lacrosse League to open 11-stop season at Gillette Stadium June 4

The eight-team league, which merged with Major League Lacrosse in December, will finish the season with a Sept. 19 championship weekend in Washington.

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Marcus Zegarowski (11), who is from Hamilton, declared for the NBA draft after helping Creighton reach the Sweet 16.

Hamilton’s Marcus Zegarowski leaving Creighton, declares for NBA draft

The junior point guard averaged a team-leading 15.8 points per game while helping the Bluejays reach the Sweet 16.

The Seattle Storm won the 2020 WNBA championship.

WNBA outlines plans for 2021 season, including a month-long break for Olympics

WNBA teams will play a 32-game schedule that includes multiple games in one city to reduce travel during the pandemic.

Dick and Rick Hoyt completed 32 Boston Marathons between 1980 and 2014.

Rick Hoyt remembers his father Dick ahead of traditional Boston Marathon date

Dick Hoyt, who ran 32 Boston Marathons with son Rick, died on March 17 at the age of 80 after battling a heart condition.

Stephen Curry was congratulated on becoming the franchise's all-time leading scorer

Stephen Curry passes Wilt Chamberlain for most points in Warriors history

Curry scored 21 points in the first quarter, giving him 17,786 in his career.