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Umpires pull out of Taunton little league games over alleged harassment, threats
An “isolated incident” occurred Monday night, according to a statement from Taunton West Little League President Tyler Doehler, which involved some fans trying to approach umpires after the game. 44 minutes ago
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‘Money can be earned any time’: How one man chose doing the right thing over the almighty buck
On his way up Everest, Gelje Sherpa came upon a stranger, a man alone, who was clinging to a rope on the mountain’s death zone. Hopefully the PGA saw what he did next.
Belmont cancels racing, Nationals postpone game due to poor air quality from wildfires in Canada
It’s the second straight day the continuing fires north of the border have impacted sports in the Northeastern United States.
Charles Foster of Murphys Boxing is hoping for a statement win Friday
The light heavyweight out of New Haven will face rising star Ali Izmailov in the main event of “ShoBox: The New Generation."
Unseeded Karolina Muchova to face No. 1 Iga Swiatek in French Open women’s final
Muchova, who defeated No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka in three sets on Thursday, will attempt to deny Swiatek a second consecutive French Open championship on Saturday.
Jimmy Dunne, a power broker with 9/11 history, helped get PGA and Saudis to the table
PGA Commissioner Jay Monahan leaned on Dunne to help arrange his first meeting with the governor of Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund.
Jack Swarbrick to step down as Notre Dame’s AD next year; NBC Sports’ Peter Bevacqua will take over
During his 16-year run, Swarbrick helped the school maintain its independent status amid an unprecedented flurry of conference realignment.
Coco Gauff is 0-7 against No. 1 Iga Swiatek after losing in the French Open quarterfinals
Swiatek has won all 14 sets she's played against Gauff; that includes a victory for last year's championship in Paris.